Monday, September 24, 2012
Dale Audet, 19, of Linthicum appeared for plea hearing in Howard County Circuit Court Monday.
The man who drove a Pontiac G6 into a tree on Lawyers Hill Road in Elkridge pleaded guilty Monday to two charges of negligent manslaughter relating to the Nov. 25 car crash that killed two of his passengers. Officials from the Howard County State’s Attorney’s Office said they will ask for a six-year jail term for Dale Kirk Audet II, suspending all but 18 months, followed by six months of home detention and five years of supervised probation. Two teens in the front and rear passenger-side seats were killed: 18-year-old Jonathon Lloyd Deckman of Severn and 19-year-old Jeffrey Ryan Giles of Linthicum were pronounced dead at the scene. Audet, 19, who lives in Linthicum, had been driving a group of four teens to go "hill jumping" on the evening…
Thursday, August 2, 2012
Police said Dale Audet II, 19, was driving a car that crashed into a tree in Elkridge last November, killing two passengers.
Dale Audet II is scheduled to appear for trial in Howard County Circuit Court next month on charges resulting from the Nov. 25 crash on Lawyers Hill Road that killed two teens. Police said that Audet, 19, was the driver of the 2008 Pontiac GT that collided with a tree on the 6200 block of Lawyers Hill Road in Elkridge the night after Thanksgiving. Jeffrey Ryan Giles, 19, of Linthicum, and Jonathon Lloyd Deckman, 18, of Severn, were pronounced dead at the scene. Audet and two teenage backseat passengers were hospitalized at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center. A grand jury indicted Audet in March on two counts of criminal negligent manslaughter, two counts of criminal negligent manslaughter by vehicle, reckless driving, failure …
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
The following information was provided by the Howard County Police Department.
Tools and a television were stolen from a residence on the 6000 block of Old Lawyers Hill Road in Elkridge over the weekend. Police said that the home was under construction. The theft occurred between Friday evening and Monday morning. If you have questions about this blotter, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
As new homes arrive, older structures are cast to the wayside, states a recent article.
More than 80 new homes will be cropping up on Lawyers Hill in Elkridge over the next three years, according to a recent article in the Howard County Times. Ryan Homes is building 48 single-family dwellings, according to the article, and adjacent to that, Trinity Homes will be building 43 houses. Elkridge residents told the Times that they were concerned about traffic and safety for bicyclists, as both developments’ egress is a winding part of Lawyers Hill Road between Levering Avenue and Old Lawyers Hill Road; however, a spokesperson for Trinity Homes maintained in the article that the project required a traffic study before development. The sketch plan for the Trinity Homes project states "a traffic study is not required for this site," …