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Pasadena man accused of causing golf course damage

Anne Arundel County police arrested a Pasadena man over the weekend on charges of causing $50,000 in damage to the Compass Pointe Golf Courses on Fort Smallwood Road, police said.

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Jason Lee Disney, 19, was charged with destruction of property after police went to the course Sunday and found that a vehicle had torn up the course. Police later found Disney's vehicle on Colony Road and said it was missing parts that matched parts found at the scene.

Baltimore man dies in 1-car crash on 8th Ave.

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A Baltimore man died Saturday night after the vehicle he was driving hit a culvert and overturned.

William Michael Davis, 44, was driving west on Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie when his Ford Explorer went off the road, hit a ditch and flipped, police said. Davis, who suffered serious head injuries, was pronounced dead on the scene.

His passenger, Michael Lee Motta, escaped by climbing out of the sunroof, police said. Motta was taken to University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore. His condition was unavailable.

Neither Davis nor Motta was wearing a seat belt, police said. Driver error and excessive speed appear to have contributed to the accident, officials said.

Drivers killed, 2 others hurt in 2-car collision

Two women died over the weekend after the car one of them was driving ran a stop sign and their vehicles collided, police said yesterday.

Antonette Dangelo Bradford, 71, of Annapolis was driving west on Friendship Road about 4 p.m. Sunday when she ran a stop sign at Solomons Island Road, police said. Bradford's Dodge collided with a 1987 Thunderbird driven by Carole Yvonne Lynn Caron, 43, of Glen Burnie.

Bradford was pronounced dead at the scene. Caron was flown to Prince George's Hospital Center, where she was pronounced dead.

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A passenger in Bradford's car, Ellen Aola Keleher, 83, was flown to Washington Hospital Center, where she was in serious condition yesterday. A passenger in Caron's car, 6-year-old Austin Tyler Samuel, was flown to Children's National Medical Center in Washington. His injuries are not life-threatening. Police said neither speed nor alcohol was a factor in the accident.


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