An­napo­lis man found dead in Hanover model home

Baltimore Sun - - MARYLAND -

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.

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