Baltimore man shot to death

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September 26, 1999

Baltimore man shot to death; police lack suspects

Darnell Butler, a 26-year-old Baltimore man, was fatally shot yesterday morning in the first block of South Franklintown Road, city police said.

Police were called to a residence on the block at 7 a.m. and found Butler in the living room.

Police said yesterday they were collecting details about the death and seeking information about the victim. They did not release Butler's address and said they had no suspects.

In Baltimore County

Man gets 2-year sentence for role in death last year

TOWSON -- Circuit Judge Alexander Wright Jr. sentenced a Middle River construction worker Friday to two years in prison for a reckless endangerment conviction in the death last year of a White Marsh man, said Assistant State's Attorney Stephen R. Roscher.

A jury convicted Gary Lee Fischer Sr., 45, of the 12000 block of Twin River Beach Road in July of the reckless endangerment charge, but acquitted him of murder in the death of Allen E. Ellis, 33.

Ellis' body was exhumed two months after he died of what his family believed were natural causes.

Woman charged in trooper patrol car crash

TOWSON -- A Towson woman was charged with reckless driving after her Mercedes collided with a state trooper's patrol car on the Baltimore Beltway Friday night, police said.

Vicki G. Lombardi, 48, was allegedly driving at 50 mph on the shoulder of I-695 north, just below Providence Road, when she hit Trooper Ryan W. List's patrol car from behind at 11: 53 p.m., police said.

List, who had pulled over another car in front of him and was sitting in his car with emergency lights flashing, suffered back and neck injuries and was released yesterday from Greater Baltimore Medical Center.

Lombardi was also charged with driving while intoxicated, driving off the roadway, failure to drive in a single lane and negligent driving, police said.

Pub Date: 9/26/99

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