Man charged in theft of 22 men's suits
A 33-year-old man was arrested yesterday and charged with stealing 22 suits worth nearly $5,000 from an Annapolis clothing store.
Terrance Jay Goode, of the 7400 block of E. Furnance Branch Road in Glen Bunrie, was charged with breaking and entering and theft of more than $300.
Police responded to a burglar alarm at Kuppenheimer Men's Clothes, in the Riva Festval Plaza on Forest Drive, about 2:45 a.m. and found the front window shattered and that many suits were missing.
About 45 minutes later, police arrested Mr. Goode after responding to complaints of a disorderly man at an Amoco gas station on Dorsey Road near 8th Avenue.
Police said the man was sitting in a red Nissan Pulsar loaded with 22 Kuppenheimer suits, hangers and price tags intact, worth $4,850.
3 Annapolis writers to be honored
Three Annapolis writers will be honored at the Caritas Society's annual Book and Author Supper, at 4:30 p.m. Sunday in the Conversation Room of St. John's College's Francis Scott Key Auditorium.
The writers are Bobbi Hovis, author of "Station Hospital, Saigon: A Navy Nurse in Vietnam, 1963-64"; Canon Pierce Middleton, "Anglican Maryland: 1692-1792"; and Craig Symonds, "Joseph E. Johnston: A Civil War Biography."
Tickets are $16. Information: 263-2203.
* Annapolis: Someone broke into a shed in the 400 block of Hillsmere Drive Tuesday and stole household items worth $2,275.