April 10, 2009

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Because of incorrect information provided by the Baltimore Police Department, an article in Sunday's editions misidentified the victim of a homicide Friday in the 400 block of Watty Court. The victim was Zachary Thompson, 48, who was found fatally stabbed in his home about 2:15 a.m. William Clayborne, 32, whom police had previously identified as the victim, is being sought on a warrant in connection with the crime.

An article in Thursday's editions about a proposal to allow creameries in Baltimore County's agricultural zones gave the wrong date for a council workshop on the bill and should have said the legislation was drafted by County Executive James T. Smith Jr. The County Council will introduce the bill April 20, at Smith's request, and will take public comment at a May 12 workshop.

The Baltimore Sun regrets the errors.

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