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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff Writer | May 30, 1992
A retired Anne Arundel County police sergeant sentenced last week to two years in jail for his 13th alcohol-related driving charge is back on the streets, free on $25 appeal bond set by the judge who tried him.And it isn't the first time Andrew A. Brady has been set free in spite of his arrest and conviction records.At a May 21 sentencing hearing in District Court in Glen Burnie, Judge Donald M. Lowman told Mr. Brady, ". . . There's nothing we can do to stop you from drinking or stop you from driving except to put youin jail."
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | March 31, 2004
With only two weeks left to ask a judge to reduce his sentence, former Carroll County schools Superintendent William H. Hyde has decided, for now, to serve out his 18-month term at the county jail for raping and sexually abusing an elementary school-age girl during the summer of 2002. The decision not to appeal his conviction and avail himself of the appeal bond granted at his sentencing hearing in January means that Virginia authorities must hold off with plans to try the 62-year-old career educator on two felony counts of aggravated sexual battery.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | May 6, 1993
Attorneys for imprisoned marijuana-rights activist Pamela Snowhite Davis filed a motion yesterday seeking to free her pending an appeal.In papers filed late yesterday in Carroll County Circuit Court, Westminster attorneys Judith S. Stainbrook and Stephen P. Bourexis are asking for a hearing to request an appeal bond for Davis."
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | March 31, 2004
With only two weeks left to ask a judge to reduce his sentence, former Carroll County schools Superintendent William H. Hyde has decided, for now, to serve out his 18-month term at the county jail for raping and sexually abusing an elementary school-age girl during the summer of 2002. The decision not to appeal his conviction and avail himself of the appeal bond granted at his sentencing hearing in January means that Virginia authorities must hold off with plans to try the 62-year-old career educator on two felony counts of aggravated sexual battery.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | June 21, 1993
A Carroll prosecutor today will try to block Pamela Snowhite Davis' efforts to win release from state prison while she appeals a felony drug conviction involving less than an ounce of marijuana, court records and attorneys in the case said last week.Assistant State's Attorney Barton F. Walker III, coordinator of the Carroll County Narcotics Task Force, filed a motion Friday asking Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Bruce C. Williams to postpone a hearing scheduled for 1:30 p.m. today, where he will consider setting an appeal bond in Davis' case.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | March 31, 2004
With only two weeks left to ask a judge to reduce his sentence, former Carroll County schools Superintendent William H. Hyde has decided, for now, to serve out his 18-month term at the county jail for raping and sexually abusing an elementary school-age girl during the summer of 2002. The decision not to appeal his conviction and avail himself of the appeal bond granted at his sentencing hearing in January means that Virginia authorities must hold off with plans to try the 62-year-old career educator on two felony counts of aggravated sexual battery.
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June 22, 1993
Westminster police seek Frock's thiefMore than $300 worth of food and liquor was taken Sunday from a Westminster catering facility, Maryland State Police in Westminster reported.Police said someone pried open the front door of Frock's Sunnybrook Farms, in the 100 block of Bond Street, sometime between 10 p.m. Saturday and 7:45 a.m. Sunday.Food and beverages valued at $357 were taken from the kitchen and banquet rooms, police said.Anyone with information about the burglary should call the state police in Westminster at 848-3111.
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By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,SUN STAFF | March 24, 2001
When Howard County prosecutors temporarily dropped all charges against an Ellicott City man in a major explosives case this week, they thought an unrelated conviction would keep him in jail. But that conviction is on appeal, which allowed Richmond C. Laney, 44, to post a $2,000 appeal bond and leave the Howard County Detention Center late Thursday, the first time he had been free in more than eight months. The surprise release of Laney, whose trial on charges that he stockpiled an arsenal in his home was unexpectedly stalled Thursday, came as a surprise and caused concern for some court officials, who said they had thought the former Republican candidate for sheriff would remain jailed at least until prosecutors worked out the kinks in the explosives case.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2004
Announcing a sentence that he anticipated would be criticized, a Carroll County judge ordered yesterday former Carroll schools Superintendent William H. Hyde to serve 18 months in the county detention center for raping and sexually abusing an elementary school-aged girl in the summer of 2002. Just two hours earlier, as Hyde and his attorneys were heading into the courtroom for the sentencing hearing, they learned that Virginia authorities want to try the 62-year-old career educator on two felony counts of aggravated sexual battery.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2004
Announcing a sentence that he anticipated would be criticized, a Carroll County judge ordered yesterday former Carroll schools Superintendent William H. Hyde to serve 18 months in the county detention center for raping and sexually abusing an elementary school-aged girl in the summer of 2002. Just two hours earlier, as Hyde and his attorneys were heading into the courtroom for the sentencing hearing, they learned that Virginia authorities want to try the 62-year-old career educator on two felony counts of aggravated sexual battery.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2004
Announcing a sentence that he anticipated would be criticized, a Carroll County judge ordered yesterday former Carroll schools Superintendent William H. Hyde to serve 18 months in the county detention center for raping and sexually abusing an elementary school-aged girl in the summer of 2002. Just two hours earlier, as Hyde and his attorneys were heading into the courtroom for the sentencing hearing, they learned that Virginia authorities want to try the 62-year-old career educator on two felony counts of aggravated sexual battery.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2004
Announcing a sentence that he anticipated would be criticized, a Carroll County judge ordered yesterday former Carroll schools Superintendent William H. Hyde to serve 18 months in the county detention center for raping and sexually abusing an elementary school-aged girl in the summer of 2002. Just two hours earlier, as Hyde and his attorneys were heading into the courtroom for the sentencing hearing, they learned that Virginia authorities want to try the 62-year-old career educator on two felony counts of aggravated sexual battery.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2004
Announcing a sentence that he anticipated would be criticized, a Carroll County judge ordered yesterday former Carroll schools Superintendent William H. Hyde to serve 18 months in the county detention center for raping and sexually abusing an elementary school-aged girl in the summer of 2002. Just two hours earlier, as Hyde and his attorneys were heading into the courtroom for the sentencing hearing, they learned that Virginia authorities are seeking to try the 62-year-old career educator on two felony counts of aggravated sexual battery.
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By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,SUN STAFF | March 24, 2001
When Howard County prosecutors temporarily dropped all charges against an Ellicott City man in a major explosives case this week, they thought an unrelated conviction would keep him in jail. But that conviction is on appeal, which allowed Richmond C. Laney, 44, to post a $2,000 appeal bond and leave the Howard County Detention Center late Thursday, the first time he had been free in more than eight months. The surprise release of Laney, whose trial on charges that he stockpiled an arsenal in his home was unexpectedly stalled Thursday, came as a surprise and caused concern for some court officials, who said they had thought the former Republican candidate for sheriff would remain jailed at least until prosecutors worked out the kinks in the explosives case.
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June 22, 1993
Westminster police seek Frock's thiefMore than $300 worth of food and liquor was taken Sunday from a Westminster catering facility, Maryland State Police in Westminster reported.Police said someone pried open the front door of Frock's Sunnybrook Farms, in the 100 block of Bond Street, sometime between 10 p.m. Saturday and 7:45 a.m. Sunday.Food and beverages valued at $357 were taken from the kitchen and banquet rooms, police said.Anyone with information about the burglary should call the state police in Westminster at 848-3111.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | June 21, 1993
A Carroll prosecutor today will try to block Pamela Snowhite Davis' efforts to win release from state prison while she appeals a felony drug conviction involving less than an ounce of marijuana, court records and attorneys in the case said last week.Assistant State's Attorney Barton F. Walker III, coordinator of the Carroll County Narcotics Task Force, filed a motion Friday asking Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Bruce C. Williams to postpone a hearing scheduled for 1:30 p.m. today, where he will consider setting an appeal bond in Davis' case.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2004
Announcing a sentence that he anticipated would be criticized, a Carroll County judge ordered yesterday former Carroll schools Superintendent William H. Hyde to serve 18 months in the county detention center for raping and sexually abusing an elementary school-aged girl in the summer of 2002. Just two hours earlier, as Hyde and his attorneys were heading into the courtroom for the sentencing hearing, they learned that Virginia authorities are seeking to try the 62-year-old career educator on two felony counts of aggravated sexual battery.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | March 31, 2004
With only two weeks left to ask a judge to reduce his sentence, former Carroll County schools Superintendent William H. Hyde has decided, for now, to serve out his 18-month term at the county jail for raping and sexually abusing an elementary school-age girl during the summer of 2002. The decision not to appeal his conviction and avail himself of the appeal bond granted at his sentencing hearing in January means that Virginia authorities must hold off with plans to try the 62-year-old career educator on two felony counts of aggravated sexual battery.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | May 6, 1993
Attorneys for imprisoned marijuana-rights activist Pamela Snowhite Davis filed a motion yesterday seeking to free her pending an appeal.In papers filed late yesterday in Carroll County Circuit Court, Westminster attorneys Judith S. Stainbrook and Stephen P. Bourexis are asking for a hearing to request an appeal bond for Davis."
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff Writer | May 30, 1992
A retired Anne Arundel County police sergeant sentenced last week to two years in jail for his 13th alcohol-related driving charge is back on the streets, free on $25 appeal bond set by the judge who tried him.And it isn't the first time Andrew A. Brady has been set free in spite of his arrest and conviction records.At a May 21 sentencing hearing in District Court in Glen Burnie, Judge Donald M. Lowman told Mr. Brady, ". . . There's nothing we can do to stop you from drinking or stop you from driving except to put youin jail."
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