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By SARA NEUFELD and SARA NEUFELD,SUN REPORTER | October 31, 2005
When city police Commissioner Leonard D. Hamm was a sergeant training Antonio Williams in the Baltimore police academy, Williams asked him a lot of questions. "He wanted to know every single thing I knew about police work," Hamm recalled. In the 20 years since, the two have had an understanding, according to Hamm: "As long as he wanted to be filled with knowledge, I would fill him with knowledge. I have been kind of a mentor to him." Now Williams is becoming chief of the Baltimore school police force, a position Hamm held from 1997 to 2001.
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By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | May 4, 2011
At 5 o'clock on a fall morning in 2009, Coppin State University basketball coach Fang Mitchell drove then-sophomore Michael Harper to the hospital for surgery on his wrist. Harper, from Milwaukee, appreciated the show of support — then and now. When Harper finishes his college career next season for the Eagles, Mitchell will be there for him again, just like Harper would want it. "If they were bringing in a new coach in my fourth year, it would mean a whole new system, a new personality, a different look on the team," Harper said.
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By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | May 4, 2011
At 5 o'clock on a fall morning in 2009, Coppin State University basketball coach Fang Mitchell drove then-sophomore Michael Harper to the hospital for surgery on his wrist. Harper, from Milwaukee, appreciated the show of support — then and now. When Harper finishes his college career next season for the Eagles, Mitchell will be there for him again, just like Harper would want it. "If they were bringing in a new coach in my fourth year, it would mean a whole new system, a new personality, a different look on the team," Harper said.
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By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2011
Faced with a mandate to reverse Coppin State's long, painful slide to basketball mediocrity, Fang Mitchell rebuilt the program almost overnight and delivered the program's first winning season in seven years in 2010-11. Now, apparently, he will get a chance to continue the turnaround. The iconic coach said Tuesday that he has agreed in principle on a new contract that will allow him to reap the dividends of his 2010 recruiting class of precocious junior college players. "I want to be able to coach the guys I brought in," Mitchell said Tuesday.
NEWS
February 6, 2004
On January 31, 2004 BISHOP ANTONIO EDDIE WILLIAMS, devoted husband of Joyce E. Williams; beloved father of Jerome Williams, Antonio Williams Jr. and Nadria Y. Williams. He is also survived by his father, sisters, brothers and a host of others that loved him.Visitation at THE DERRICK C. JONES FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 4611 Park Heights Avenue, on Friday February 6, 1 to 7 p.m. Bishop Williams will lie in state at St. Paul COmmunity Baptist CHurch, 1901 E. Federal St., on Saturday, February 7 at 9 a.m. Family will receive friends at 10 with funeral Service to follow at 10:30 a.m.
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By SARA NEUFELD | March 8, 2006
Two small fires were set yesterday at Baltimore's Southwestern High School complex, according to Antonio Williams, chief of the city schools police. The first fire was reported about 8:30 a.m. in a storage room on the first floor of the school in the 200 block of Font Hill Ave. "Someone stuffed something under the door and ignited it," Williams said. The second fire occurred a few minutes later in the boys locker room in the building's basement. Williams said that someone ignited a T-shirt and stuffed it under the door.
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By SARA NEUFELD and SARA NEUFELD,SUN REPORTER | December 16, 2005
Police have beefed up patrols on City College's campus after a gunman and two accomplices robbed three students in the high school's rear parking lot on Wednesday evening. No one was hurt during the incident. The robbers fled with $25 taken from one of the students. It was the second robbery at the school this year. On Nov. 9, a teacher was robbed of $40 on the school's football field about 9:30 p.m., school police reported. The students, two girls and a boy, all 16, were sitting in a car waiting for a school play to begin when the robbers struck at about 6:30 p.m. The gunman wore a ski mask and his accomplices wore bandanas covering their faces, school police said.
NEWS
February 24, 2006
Prints used to identify body found in fire Using the man's fingerprints, Anne Arundel County police have identified the body that an officer found burning on the side of the road in a Millersville neighborhood Tuesday, police said. Pending notification of the man's family, police would release no information about him other than to say he was 50 years old. Police said that they believe that the man was killed before his body was set on fire, but they do not know where. Annie Linskey Stab victim in good condition A 16-year-old boy who was stabbed in the chest outside W.E.B.
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By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2011
Faced with a mandate to reverse Coppin State's long, painful slide to basketball mediocrity, Fang Mitchell rebuilt the program almost overnight and delivered the program's first winning season in seven years in 2010-11. Now, apparently, he will get a chance to continue the turnaround. The iconic coach said Tuesday that he has agreed in principle on a new contract that will allow him to reap the dividends of his 2010 recruiting class of precocious junior college players. "I want to be able to coach the guys I brought in," Mitchell said Tuesday.
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By SARA NEUFELD and SARA NEUFELD,SUN REPORTER | October 31, 2005
When city police Commissioner Leonard D. Hamm was a sergeant training Antonio Williams in the Baltimore police academy, Williams asked him a lot of questions. "He wanted to know every single thing I knew about police work," Hamm recalled. In the 20 years since, the two have had an understanding, according to Hamm: "As long as he wanted to be filled with knowledge, I would fill him with knowledge. I have been kind of a mentor to him." Now Williams is becoming chief of the Baltimore school police force, a position Hamm held from 1997 to 2001.
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