Jeffrey Sinclair's condition has been upgraded from critical to serious condition.
The 18-year-old driver involved in a collision while leaving Mt. Hebron High School on Jan. 3 has been upgraded from critical to serious condition, according to Explore Howard. Jeffrey Sinclair, 18, of Ellicott City, was leaving a Mt. Hebron parking lot after school on Thursday, Jan. 3, with four passengers in a Honda Civic. Police say Sinclair drove onto Route 99 in front of a Mack truck. The other four passengers in the vehicle were not seriously injured. Police confirmed this week Sinclair had failed to stop at a stop sign before driving out in front of the truck. Investigators said it did not appear the truck was speeding. Related Articles
Gary Graham is in stable condition after being shot at the Taco Bell on Minstrel Way on Nov. 11.
The Taco Bell manager who was shot multiple times by a person wearing a mask outside the Taco Bell on Minstrel Way in Columbia is currently in stable condition at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center, according to a spokesperson for the hospital. The spokesperson said she was not able to comment further on his status. Gary M. Graham, 42, of Columbia, was brought to shock trauma around 1 a.m. on Nov. 11 in critical condition after he was shot multiple times by one of two unknown masked people in the parking lot of the restaurant where he worked. Police said on Monday they have no additional information about the two people involved in the shooting. The investigation is ongoing and no motive is known at this time, according to …