2 critically hurt in Route 31 crash


Two Carroll men were admitted to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore after a two-car accident at Route 31 and Medford Road about 1:25 a.m. Sunday, according to state police.

Officers said Brett A. Garber, 21, of the 2300 block of Old New Windsor Road drove his 1987 Toyota Corolla into the path of a 1988 Honda Civic operated by Vicki Lee Duble. Mr. Garber and his passenger, John Eric Laursen, 21, of Westminster were listed in critical and stable condition yesterday afternoon at the trauma center.

Ms. Duble, 21, and her passenger, Lisa Gail Duble, 20, both of the 200 block of Main St. in New Windsor were treated and released at Carroll County General Hospital, police said.

Man accused of assault, and driving into mailboxes

A Glen Burnie man was jailed late Monday, accused of assaulting his wife and deliberately driving into a closed garage door and knocking down two mailboxes during a domestic dispute in Taneytown.

Ray Robinson, 33, of the 1200 block of Wilson Road in Anne Arundel County was charged with malicious destruction of property and assaulting his wife, Theresa, from whom he is separated, police said.

Officers said the man drove to his wife's house in the 100 block of Blarney Court about 11:50 p.m. Monday and turned up the radio in his pick up. When his wife asked him to turn it down, he allegedly threatened her, drove the pickup into the closed garage door and then backed across the lawn, knocking down two mailboxes before driving off, police said.

Officer Edward Engel later saw a pickup run a stop sign and followed on Route 832 to Pleasant Valley Road, where he arrested Mr. Robinson, police said.

The Glen Burnie man was charged with malicious destruction of property and assault. His bond was set at $5,000.

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