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Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1990, Annapolis, MarylandArsonist tells of plot to murder by it Khoury mall writer a of year a a univ Man yester Day pleaded Kyj arson after agreeing to testify against a former Brooklyn Park couple of their Young Fiji letting their Home on fire in an attempt to corer up a. Severe beating. In for David Robert Puko s Tett Nooy against Bernard and Margaret Dunai Gaa. The county Sute s attorney s office by agreed oat to attempted murder charge against bin. Of Wels Vilic. Faces up to 30 years in the now muted As residents of be each charged with attempted child anon and two other counts la connection with a bizarre series of events july that left 2-year-dd Steven Washington i a permanent coma. A Friend of the Dunnigan. Went to their Victory ave. Home that according to assistant state s attorney Cynthia ferns Bernard enraged when Steven. Mrs s Van. Oroke a Little Glass Unicorn he me who never regained according to a statement of facts in Pasko i Case agreed to by the prosecution and defense. Apparently thinking the beating might prove the Dunnigan what to a. According to the itt Talent. Of feh was Reed in circuit court a Warday. Boming the room was u Appareti attempt to make it look like the child had died in the according to the Sute ment. Pasko assisted the Dunnigan As they Laid the boy face do to. I a tub of hot water and then removed the state ment said. Dunnigan and Pasko went to a local service station to Bay gasoline they rtt sned to the Boose and used the Gas to set Beck of the Home on fire. Only Stem and mrs. Dunn Gan s Mother were Eft i the Home the statement said. The fire caused extensive damage to according to reports at the the was rescued from a Back bedroom firefighters. Hit grandmother was treated for smoke then re leased Tram a Hospital. Pottee began investigating the Case late last after an employee with the county s department of social services visited the child at John s Hopkins and rage vol. Cd no. 60 March 1990 25 cents two men killed in City violence Annapolis records three homicides in three weeks by Mark Hopkins and Audrey Ross staff writers two men were shot dead and another survived a Throat slashing in separate incidents during a bloody rampage of violence in Annapolis paramedics worked last night to save the life of Alonzo who was shot in the Chest and killed in Woodside gardens on Newtowne by gimm1 a. Muhtar for the capital the third slay ing in the City this year. A 16-year-old Annapolis boy is being sought in the Case. Last City police said. Police Are seeking an Annapolis teen Ager in the death of a 20-year old Woodside gardens Man who was killed near his Home last but they do not know who gunned Down a 29-year-old Broadbeck Peninsula Man on Clay Street at about . Police also have charged a 23 year old St. John s College student with attempted murder after he allegedly Slit the Throat of a 21-year old fellow student. The two deaths bring to three the number of slayings in the City in less than three weeks. Police issued a first degree Mur Der warrant for 16-year-old Michael a. Johnson of 7-e marcs court in Bay Ridge gardens in connection Witt the shooting death of 20-year old Alonzo police said. 707-1 Newtowne died at about 9 . After being shot outside a House in Woodside Gar a subsidized housing develop ment near the Newtowne 20 Public housing police said. Police believe the shooting was drug it. . Harrington said. Police do not have a suspect in the second which occurred on Clay Street at about . And Sites of fatal shootings by Jennifer Heyd Wharton cd Patel claimed the life of a 29-year-old Broadbeck Peninsula Man. Pending notification of next of police declined to release the name of the who lived on shot town Road off route police said. The gunned Down near town Pines court in an area police say is Well known for drug died at the Shock trauma Center at univer sity Hospital in Baltimore 6-.15 police said. He was shot once in the upper Torso and once in the right leg with an As yet unidentified weapon. City officials this morning expressed Shock at the murders and concern that the problems May Worsen As summer approaches and More people Are on the Street. In my lifetime has Annap Olis seen a night like 64-year old mayor Alfred a. Hopkins said this morning. Never seen two murders in one Page inside rain Likely tomorrow with afternoon highs around 50. A7. Dont the positive peer scene theatre will present a free theatrical program for youths Tomor Row evening at . At Maryland Hall for the creative arts in Annapolis. Cuts in the defense budget Are hitting Home d8. Tom will isee Hunt for red hit the big screen to Day. Alec Baldwin stars.b6. Annap Olis and Broadbeck boys will compete for the class 4a regional title Tomor Row night. D1. You can Tell the size of the boys by the Price of their Section inside. 4 36 entertainment. Lottery. A4 Nindel artist.b6 a2-2 Arundel report. B1 obituaries a7 business.d8 police beat a 7 classifieds. C1 South county 32 comics.d7 sports. 01 crossword Cal television dear Abby d7 tides editorials a8-9 weather a7 entertainment.b6 classified.268-7000 circulation.268-4800 prom Kent island.800-327-1583 All other departments .268-5000 icy Road blamed for death by Joanna Falcone and Gabrielle Degroot staff writers a 58-year-old Edgewater woman was killed this morning when her car slipped across the Center line of an icy intersection and struck a head on in county police said. Police had blocked off the Accident scene at route 214 and beards Point Road and were preparing to by the victim to a Hospital when a South bound car struck a county paramedic. The paramedic was flown to the Shock trauma Center at University Hospital in where he was in fair and stable condition this morning. Police reported that icy roads caused about eight accidents along routes 50 and 450. Several wrecks forced state police to close route 50 eastbound near the Prince George s county line from . To . Details of the accidents weren t available this morning. The fatal Accident occurred at . At the height of the Freak icy conditions. Patricia Seely Witt of Carrs wharf Road was pronounced dead at Anne Arundel medical Cen Ter in Annapolis. Police said the Driver of the Sears service Arthur Denver Gillen. Of Hilltop Lane in Aiso was flown to the Shock trauma Cen Ter. His condition was unavailable this morning. The Timothy Steven of Wye was flown to the Shock trauma Center at . Details of How he struck were not available. Icy As the roads were. 10 Miles an hour was too said Maryland state police sgt. Pruitt of the Annapolis Barrack. Had a lot of cars sliding on the sgt. Pruitt said several cars careened off the highways and into guardrails. State police sgt. Jim Wright m College Park said two of the Acci dents reported on the Prince George s county Side of route 50 involved motorists whose cars Slid off the Road into a Guardrail. Sol. Pruitt said he was at the site of fatal Accident by join Star Tyd Wharton Tho capital scene of one Accident in which a Young Annapolis woman hit a Patch of ice and Slid off the Road into another car. Tracey 27. Was eastbound on route 50 near the county line when her 1985 Honda Slid on the sgt. Pruitt said. Is. Cooper s car Slid off the Road and onto the where it crashed into a parked he said. The four people in the parked driven by Manuel Perez of Spring traffic Page Gas nozzle debate moves to the House by Dan Casey staff writer the value and inefficiencies of vapor recovery nozzles were debated again with one station owner who bad the nozzles saying he wish those Bleep things on my worst but a nozzle proponent urged lawmakers to vote for the de vices and Avert the equivalent of Exxon Valdez Oil spill in Maryland every four to five members of the House environmental matters did t like the strange looks of the stage ii nozzles they were shown. Going to use this said Del. Virginia m a Howard. At Issue is a Bill sponsored by gov. William Donald Schaefer requiring the nozzles on All Gas Oline pumps by 1992. The identical to a Mea sure debated in the Senate eco nomic and environmental affairs committee last would require stage ii vapor recovery nozzles on gasoline pumps at All new stations begin Ning in stations under going major renovations and All remaining stations would be required to have them by july 1992. The which have been in place in service stations for look like an elongated Gas nozzle with an accordion sleeve around the spout. The sleeves catch Gas transferring them Back to underground storage tanks. Without the gasoline Vapours escape into the air. They Page children describe years of parental abuse by Peter Boury staff writer in often tearful a former Pasa Dena woman told a jury yesterday she Learned about sex from her who started abusing her before she was 7. The 28-year-old whose often graphic testimony included accusations of repeated sexual abuse by her also said her Mother sexually abused her older brother. The woman testified for three hours during the first Day of her parents circuit court trial. She also said her father had her and a brother imitate pornographic movies. The parents Are charged with abusing five of their eight children or stepchildren. The trial before a three Man jury was to continue today and could last until monday. The trial deals Only with charges linked to the alleged abuse of the 28-year-old woman and her 29-year-old brother. Charges involving alleged abuse of the other children will be tried separately. The Mother and 56 and 63 respect were conservatively Gray haired and bespectacled they sat quietly Side by Side at a defense table near their attorney throughout the Day their daughter described life in a family that she said was outwardly Church going and musical but in which she said sexual activity Between parents and children was the Norm. In opening assistant state s attorney Cynthia Ferris prepared jurors for some of the acts they would Ever hear of going to feel the humiliation and the degradation that these two children Felt As they were growing she adding that this explained Why they waited until they were adults to report the abuse to authorities defense attorney Thomas Morrow pointed to what he said were inconsistencies in the children s the delay in reporting and the parents character in saying the charges Are unfounded and were the product of the pornographic minds of the alleged victims. Moments into her the daughter said her first sexual memory was of when she was about 5 or 6. Father was touching my genital area and i knew it was t the first time because i was t really scared. It was just something that was she her voice Page

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