Police seek suspect in burglary
County police are asking for help finding a suspect in the burglary of a home in White Marsh and for questioning in six other burglaries, authorities said.
Police said they have obtained a warrant for McClayton Daniels, 42, whose address is unknown.
The burglary took place during the day April 18 when the house in the first block of Manor Ave. was unoccupied, authorities said. When police arrived, they found that a back kitchen door had a glass panel broken where entry was made. A laptop computer and several items of jewelry estimated to be worth a total of more than $4,000 were removed, police said.
Detectives said they found some of the jewelry at a pawnshop in Baltimore City. The victim was able to positively identify the jewelry, and detectives obtained the warrant for Daniels.
Investigators believe that Daniels may be responsible for several other burglaries in which similar items have been stolen. These burglaries occurred June 7 in the 1700 block of Weyburn Road; June 8 in the 1500 block of National Road; June 9 in the 6000 block of Mannington Ave.; June 10 in the 1900 block of Weyburn Road; June 13 in the 5100 block of McFaul Road; and June 17 in the 5700 block of Van Dyke Road.
Anyone with information is asked to call county police at 410-307-2020 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 866-7-LOCKUP (866-756-2587). Those calling Metro Crime Stoppers might be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.
Meeting set Monday about new housing
A community meeting about the proposed construction of 15 houses in the Perry Hall area is set for Monday.
The single-family homes would be built on a nearly 18-acre property on the north side of Forge Road, west of Hidden Valley.
The 7 p.m. meeting about the development will be held in the meeting room of the Perry Hall Library, 9440 Belair Road.
Osteoporosis programs slated
The county's 19 senior centers will offer a program on women's bone health and osteoporosis this summer.
The program will include information on prevention, early detection, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis.
For a schedule of programs, which are to start July 8 and continue to Aug. 28: 410-887-2594.
College's program is certified
The Community College of Baltimore County's polysomnographic technologist certificate program has received accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs, in partnership with Sleep Services of America Inc.
By 2012, all registered polysomnographic technologist exam candidates will be required to have completed a CAAHEP-accredited sleep technology program.
Quarter auction set at senior center
The Cockeysville Senior Center will hold a quarter auction Saturday at 10535 York Road.
Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and the auction will begin at 6:30 p.m. Admission is $3.
Har Sinai has new cantor
Har Sinai Congregation in Owings Mills has hired Ellen Schwab as its new cantor. She begins her duties Tuesday, and her first service will be at 6:15 p.m. July 4, with Rabbi Emeritus Floyd Herman.
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