Pamela Fowler: Authorities can't serve warrants
GLEN BURNIE, Md. (AP) - Anne Arundel County authorities have been trying for three months to serve a warrant on a Glen Burnie teacher accused of stealing from a community charity.
Police encountered Pamela Fowler last month when she was issued 12 traffic citations. But for some reason, the warrant wasn't detected. The officer didn't realize sheriff's deputies had been looking for her, and Fowler was permitted to drive away.
A sheriff's office spokesman says deputies haven't been able to find Fowler.
Fowler, who lost her home to foreclosure, told the Maryland Gazette she planned to resolve her traffic citations. She wouldn't say where she's living or why she hasn't made arrangements to appear in court.