Man accused of using brother's name


A man charged with robbing a Dash In food store Monday morning falsely identified himself as his older brother when he was arrested, county police said.

Timothy Lee White, 34, who has no fixed address, was charged " with making a false statement Wednesday.

His brother went to the Western District station after reading his name and address in a newspaper article about the robbery, police said.

The older brother showed his driver's license and birth certificate to prove his identity, police said.

He told police the man in custody is his brother. The suspect had no identification when he was arrested, police said.

Hearing rescheduled on Marley Neck tract

A hearing to decide whether the owners of a large, wooded tract on Marley Neck can develop the land with apartments and townhouses instead of as an industrial park has been rescheduled for 10:30 a.m. May 9 at the Arundel Center in Annapolis.

The hearing originally was scheduled in February, but was postponed when Baltimore Gas and Electric Co., which owns adjacent property zoned for industrial use, objected.

Tanyard Springs Ltd., owns the 112.57-acre tract along Marley Neck Boulevard near Tanyard Cove Road.

Nearby residents say they support the change because it would protect them from surrounding industry.

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