Annapolis man found dead in Hanover model home
Police say an Annapolis man working with a real estate company was found dead Wednesday of an apparent homicide after his body was discovered inside a Hanover model home. Anne Arundel County police said the body of Steven Bernard Wilson, 33, was found inside a model home in the 7500 block of Newmanstown Drive. Officers initially responded to a 911 call from the location at 5:06 p.m. when they discovered Wilson “suffering from apparent trauma.” Police said medics rendered aid but later pronounced Wilson dead at the scene. His body was sent to the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office in Baltimore, where an autopsy was to be performed Thursday, police said. Wilson was working with Ryan Homes, where police say he was a sales and marketing representative. Police said detectives were able to “identify multiple pieces of evidence throughout the night,” but a canvass of the surrounding area did not lead to an arrest. The department also did not say whether it had identified a suspect in Wilson’s death, but is asking anyone with information to call 410-2224731 or leave tips anonymously at 410-222-4700.
Electric-assisted bicycles coming to Baltimore
less rental scooters under a six-month pilot agreement with the city Department of Transportation since August, will drop100 electric-assisted dockless bicycles on streets this weekend and expand from there, according to German Vigil, a transportation department spokesman. Lime did not immediately respond to requests for comment Thursday. Lime and Bird, another company, each agreed in August to pay Baltimore $15,000 and $1 for each dockless scooter or bicycle, to be used toward bicycle infrastructure. The pilot, which replaced the beleaguered Baltimore Bike Share system, runs through the end of February and allows each company to maintain a fleet of no more than 1,000 dockless scooters and bikes. But Lime told top Baltimore transportation officials before the program was announced that the proposed fee structure appeared “heavily written by Bird,” which offers only scooters, and would preclude Lime from offering bicycles until it could be amended, according to a review of emails obtained by The Baltimore Sun through a Maryland Public Information Act request. An amended agreement with Lime, requiring the company to pay the city a flat fee of $20 per bike, was approved by the Board of Estimates, the city’s spending panel, on Oct. 17, according to Vigil. being held at Prince George’s County Detention Center, the release states. He did not have an attorney listed in court records as of Thursday afternoon. Police began investigating Isaac in May 2016, when a woman told police that she was assaulted by Isaac when she was a 14-year-old student at the W.C. Moffett School in Barclay, the release states. A second woman alleged that Isaac assaulted her at the school when she was 15, according to police. The victims say the sexual assaults took place at the school between 1966 and 1968. Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact the Centreville barrack at 410758-1101.