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May 9, 2012
The Aberdeen Room always enjoys getting assistance with extensive record keeping by donors who have been very active in civic affairs in the Aberdeen area. At times we receive help from those who have worked for city government and are very knowledgeable about their work. We were very fortunate to have a visit by retired First Sgt. James Testerman from the Aberdeen Police Department. He brought with him, as a donation, a binder containing pictures and information about the Aberdeen Police Department, from which he had retired after 39 years and 28 days.
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RECORD STAFF REPORT | February 13, 2013
An Aberdeen man was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison for the 2011 stabbing death of a teenager, the Harford County state's attorney said. Terrance Darreyll Wanzer, 22, was sentenced in Harford County Circuit Court in Bel Air for the murder of Thomas Burdsall Jr., 16, also of Aberdeen. A jury found Wanzer guilty of first-degree murder on Nov. 28. According to a media release from Cassilly's office, before imposing the life sentence, Harford Circuit Judge Angela Eaves listened to the emotional statements of the victim's mother, Jennifer Burdsall, as she described the impact of her son's murder on and her and her family..
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RECORD STAFF REPORT | February 13, 2013
An Aberdeen man was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison for the 2011 stabbing death of a teenager, the Harford County state's attorney said. Terrance Darreyll Wanzer, 22, was sentenced in Harford County Circuit Court in Bel Air for the murder of Thomas Burdsall Jr., 16, also of Aberdeen. A jury found Wanzer guilty of first-degree murder on Nov. 28. According to a media release from Cassilly's office, before imposing the life sentence, Harford Circuit Judge Angela Eaves listened to the emotional statements of the victim's mother, Jennifer Burdsall, as she described the impact of her son's murder on and her and her family..
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May 9, 2012
The Aberdeen Room always enjoys getting assistance with extensive record keeping by donors who have been very active in civic affairs in the Aberdeen area. At times we receive help from those who have worked for city government and are very knowledgeable about their work. We were very fortunate to have a visit by retired First Sgt. James Testerman from the Aberdeen Police Department. He brought with him, as a donation, a binder containing pictures and information about the Aberdeen Police Department, from which he had retired after 39 years and 28 days.
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January 22, 2010
The man killed last Friday when he was struck on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor tracks in Aberdeen was identified Thursday as James Dexter Sharon, 48, of the Aberdeen area. According to Aberdeen Police Department spokesman Sgt. Fred Budnick, relatives have been notified but police are not aware of any fixed address for Sharon. Court records show him listed at addresses in Edgewood and Perryville. Sharon, who had a long record of convictions for trespassing, public drinking and other offenses, was struck by a southbound train at the 600 block of S. Philadelphia Blvd.
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January 22, 2010
Aberdeen police identify man killed by Amtrak train The man killed last Friday when he was struck on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor tracks in Aberdeen was identified Thursday as James Dexter Sharon, 48, of the Aberdeen area. According to Aberdeen Police Department spokesman Sgt. Fred Budnick, relatives have been notified but police are not aware of any fixed address for Sharon. Court records show him listed at addresses in Edgewood and Perryville. Sharon, who had a long record of convictions for trespassing, public drinking and other offenses, was struck by a southbound train at the 600 block of S. Philadelphia Blvd.
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By Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2011
Aberdeen police found two brothers suffering stab wounds near the intersection of Post Road and East Bel Air Avenue in Aberdeen early Saturday, police said. Aberdeen resident David M. Dudley, 23, and his sibling Meishau O. Dudley, 27, who lives in Havre de Grace, were stabbed during a fight, according to a statement Saturday by the Aberdeen Police Department. Police responded around 3:20 a.m. David Dudley was flown to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center and treated for abdominal wounds.
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By RECORD STAFF REPORT | August 18, 2011
No charges will be filed against either of the two teenage girls involved in a fight Wednesday evening at the skate park in Aberdeen, police said. Initial reports of the fight indicated the mother of one of the girls was encouraging her daughter to fight, according to Aberdeen Police Department calls for service. But in looking at a cell phone video of the part of the fight, according to police department spokesman Lt. Fred Budnick, the investigating officer didn't see any indication that any adults were in the area at the time of the fight, around 6 p.m. Wednesday, much less egging on one of the girls.
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By Lisa Respers and Lisa Respers,SUN STAFF | March 3, 1999
Aberdeen police yesterday combed the area near a Wawa store where two female employees were shot to death Monday and were hoping to enhance a surveillance video for clues to the killings, which rocked the tight-knit community where both workers were well-known. "We're looking at it as an apparent robbery attempt," said Capt. Kenneth Cox, a spokesman for the Aberdeen Police Department, whose department was releasing few details yesterday. "But we're not convinced that was the motive yet."
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | January 11, 2000
ABERDEEN -- Police are investigating the death of a Havre de Grace man who authorities said committed suicide in a holding cell at the Aberdeen Police Department. Michael Scott Seaman, 36, of Robin Hood Road was found hanging from the cell block door 5: 49 a.m. Sunday, police said. An autopsy determined the cause of death was suicide by asphyxiation. Seaman was arrested about 3: 30 a.m. Sunday after police responded to a report of domestic violence in the 100 block of W. Aztec St. in Aberdeen.
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By Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2011
Aberdeen police found two brothers suffering stab wounds near the intersection of Post Road and East Bel Air Avenue in Aberdeen early Saturday, police said. Aberdeen resident David M. Dudley, 23, and his sibling Meishau O. Dudley, 27, who lives in Havre de Grace, were stabbed during a fight, according to a statement Saturday by the Aberdeen Police Department. Police responded around 3:20 a.m. David Dudley was flown to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center and treated for abdominal wounds.
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By RECORD STAFF REPORT | August 18, 2011
No charges will be filed against either of the two teenage girls involved in a fight Wednesday evening at the skate park in Aberdeen, police said. Initial reports of the fight indicated the mother of one of the girls was encouraging her daughter to fight, according to Aberdeen Police Department calls for service. But in looking at a cell phone video of the part of the fight, according to police department spokesman Lt. Fred Budnick, the investigating officer didn't see any indication that any adults were in the area at the time of the fight, around 6 p.m. Wednesday, much less egging on one of the girls.
NEWS
January 22, 2010
Aberdeen police identify man killed by Amtrak train The man killed last Friday when he was struck on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor tracks in Aberdeen was identified Thursday as James Dexter Sharon, 48, of the Aberdeen area. According to Aberdeen Police Department spokesman Sgt. Fred Budnick, relatives have been notified but police are not aware of any fixed address for Sharon. Court records show him listed at addresses in Edgewood and Perryville. Sharon, who had a long record of convictions for trespassing, public drinking and other offenses, was struck by a southbound train at the 600 block of S. Philadelphia Blvd.
NEWS
January 22, 2010
The man killed last Friday when he was struck on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor tracks in Aberdeen was identified Thursday as James Dexter Sharon, 48, of the Aberdeen area. According to Aberdeen Police Department spokesman Sgt. Fred Budnick, relatives have been notified but police are not aware of any fixed address for Sharon. Court records show him listed at addresses in Edgewood and Perryville. Sharon, who had a long record of convictions for trespassing, public drinking and other offenses, was struck by a southbound train at the 600 block of S. Philadelphia Blvd.
NEWS
By Lisa Respers and Lisa Respers,SUN STAFF | March 3, 1999
Aberdeen police yesterday combed the area near a Wawa store where two female employees were shot to death Monday and were hoping to enhance a surveillance video for clues to the killings, which rocked the tight-knit community where both workers were well-known. "We're looking at it as an apparent robbery attempt," said Capt. Kenneth Cox, a spokesman for the Aberdeen Police Department, whose department was releasing few details yesterday. "But we're not convinced that was the motive yet."
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | March 8, 1999
The Aberdeen Police Department and Harford County Sheriff's Office are investigating the death of an unidentified man, whose body was found early yesterday in the parking lot of the Getty Mart convenience store at West Bel Air and Mount Royal avenues.Police said they were awaiting a report from the state medical examiner's office on the cause and time of death.Police responding to a call about a man lying on the ground and in possible need of assistance found the body shortly before 7 a.m.Pub Date: 3/08/99
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | December 31, 2013
The Aberdeen Police Department is investigating two armed robberies that took place Monday night. According to a new release from police, officers were sent to North East Road at 10 p.m., where a man said he had been walking when he was approached by two men, one of whom produced a knife and demanded money. The robbers fled after receiving an undisclosed amount of cash, police said. The only description police gave was the robbers are black males wearing dark clothing. The victim was not injured.
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