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Police seized the shotgun, which did not have a round in the chamber, and a handgun from Mr. Keegan’s home.

GLEN BURNIE

Man with gun subdued with Taser

Anne Arundel County police said they used a Taser shock device yesterday to subdue an armed Severn man.

Sylvester George, 25, was carrying a .38-caliber pistol in his pocket after he ran from police about 1 a.m., police said. He is charged with consuming alcoholic beverages in a public place, possession of a concealed deadly weapon and resisting arrest.

Mr. George and a group of other men were approached by officers in a apartment complex when police said he ran.

Police said they chased him, and he reached into his pants pocket. When he refused to put his hands up after police ordered him to, an officer used his Taser.

This was the department’s second use of a Taser since officers began carrying them June 1 and police said they have also been used on three other occasions to take a suspect into custody.

BOWIE

5 persons injured in head-on crash

Five persons were injured yesterday afternoon in a crash on Route 214 near the Prince George’s-Anne Arundel County line.

A sedan and a minivan collided head on at about 3 p.m., Prince George’s County fire department spokesman Capt. Chauncey Bowers said.

Two young girls and two adults were flown to trauma centers, where they were listed in critical condition.

A third adult also was hospitalized, but that person’s injuries were not thought to be life threatening.

State police were investigating the cause of the crash.

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