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October 28, 1993
POLICE LOG* Glenwood: 14000 block of Union Chapel Road: Two shotguns, fishing gear and a leather jacket were stolen Monday after someone slipped through a bedroom window.
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By Marie Marciano Gullard, For The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2014
Jennifer Etheridge has more than a city view from her 12th-floor condo at 414 Water St. She is in the heart of downtown Baltimore's business district - any more of a cosmopolitan feel would have her perched on top of City Hall, whose dome she sees from her bedroom window. "This place also overlooks the Hustler Club, which is a great conversation starter," she said jokingly. Among the many perks of living in the 31-story building - including round-the-clock front desk service, a fitness center, outdoor pool, business center and multipurpose room - is that she can walk to M&T Bank each morning, where she works as a treasury management consultant.
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NEWS
May 27, 1994
POLICE LOG* Marriottsville: 800 block of Driver Road: Cash and credit cards were stolen Tuesday after someone entered a home by breaking a bedroom window and kicking in a rear door, police said.
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By John E. McIntyre and The Baltimore Sun | October 26, 2012
When people start arguing (and peeving) about points of English usage, a familiar refrain is that the usage they complain about is not logical. I've tried to explain ( "English ain't algebra" ) that such an approach is not fruitful. But now the effervescent Kory Stamper of Merriam-Webster, writing at harm-less drudg-ery puts paid to that line of argument: English is a little bit like a child. We love and nurture it into being, and once it gains gross motor skills, it starts going exactly where we don't want it to go: it heads right for the goddamned light sockets.
NEWS
December 23, 1996
Police logWilde Lake: 10500 block of Twin Rivers Road: Someone smashed a bedroom window and broke into a house Thursday night. It was unknown what was taken.Pub Date: 12/23/96
NEWS
September 30, 1996
Police logHarper's Choice: 6100 block of Turnabout Lane: Someone smashed a bedroom window with a concrete block and ransacked a master bedroom between 7: 30 a.m. and 3: 30 p.m. Thursday.Pub Date: 9/30/96
NEWS
July 28, 1994
An Edgewater woman awoke at 3:30 a.m. Tuesday to find a man sleeping on her couch after apparently prying open a bedroom window and breaking in, county police said.Kathleen Shanabrook Mellin, 35, told police that the man had put a picnic bench against the wall below a bedroom window, taken out the screen and pried open the window to get into her house in the 2200 block of Shore Drive. Once inside, he went to sleep on the couch, police reported, adding that the man broke part of the window frame when he pried it open.
NEWS
March 13, 1996
Police logEllicott City: 7800 block of Brookstone Court: Someone attempted to pry open a house door last Wednesday, but police said there was no entry.Elkridge: 7000 block of Ducketts Lane: A burglar entered a home by pushing in a bedroom window last Wednesday and stole a Toshiba video camera, two BB guns and other property, police said.Pub Date: 3/13/96
NEWS
September 17, 1993
POLICE LOG* Jessup: 7700 block of U.S. 1: A VCR, camera, jewelry and food were stolen from a trailer Tuesday afternoon after someone entered through a window, police said.* North Laurel: 9300 block of North Laurel Road: In what police describe as a "Peeping Tom" incident, a man was seen walking back and forth in front of a bedroom window of a resident's home early Tuesday morning. Police said the suspect fled on foot.
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September 10, 1993
POLICE LOG* Oakland Mills: 5800 block of Thunder Hill Road: A woman using a pay phone at an ice rink saw a tall, skinny man appear from behind Oakland Mills High School on Tuesday night with nothing on but a white shirt over his head. The man stood in a lighted area and fondled himself before fleeing, police said.* Long Reach: 5900 block of Tamar Drive: In what police describe as a "Peeping Tom" case, a woman reported seeing a male at her bedroom window Tuesday night. Her boyfriend responded to her yells and saw the suspect riding away on a bike, police said.
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By RICHARD IRWIN | January 6, 2009
BALTIMORE CITY AND COUNTY POLICE REPORTS: Northern Baltimore Shooting A teenager remains hospitalized after he was shot three times about 2 p.m. Sunday, moments after he left a store in the Alameda Shopping Center, where he purchased state lottery tickets for his father. While walking in the 1100 block of Walters Ave., the victim heard footsteps behind him and was ordered to stop by two men, one armed with a handgun. The victim was struck by the gunman before he fired at least three shots, one of which grazed the victim's face; two others struck him in the back.
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN STAFF | May 31, 2004
When she leaves her five-bedroom house in suburban Carroll County, Donna Slack steers her car to the end of the street, turns right and looks down toward the signs: the orange one for the Home Depot, the blue-and-white of Wal-Mart, red for the Safeway. If she wades into the line of cars and creeps past the stores - and the auto dealership with the lights that shine through her bedroom window - she reaches the area's epicenter. The hub of many communities might be a quaint park, a busy downtown shopping district or a historic city hall.
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By Dan Thanh Dang and Lynn Anderson and Dan Thanh Dang and Lynn Anderson,Sun Staff | March 22, 2000
In the end, sleep deprivation ended Joseph C. Palczynski's 97-hour hostage marathon in Dundalk. Taking advantage of Palczynski's need for sleep, hostage Lynnn Whitehead made a run for it out a front bedroom window as her captor slept on a living room sofa with a gun in his lap, police said. About 20 minutes later, her boyfriend, Andy McCord, followed her lead as police swarmed the Lange Street rowhouse. The escapes surprised Baltimore County police, who had not had contact with Palczynski since a 9:45 p.m. phone conversation.
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By DAN RODRICKS | November 11, 1998
NO TWO things could be easier said than done in the city of Baltimore -- finding a safe place for a poor woman and her children to live and driving out drug dealers who make life so miserable to begin with. Yesterday, it was possible to stand at a confluence of these two problems -- the 600 block of Smithson St. in the Upton section of West Baltimore.Shalelah Cook moved into a relatively new, federally subsidized townhouse there in November 1994. She decorated it cheerfully and kept it neat.
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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF | November 13, 1997
Howard County police are looking for a man who set an Ellicott City resident on fire yesterday before setting his victim's car ablaze.Howard police spokesman Sgt. Steven Keller said Randy Anthony Furr, 23, of the 4800 block of Montgomery Road was doused with lighter fluid and set on fire after a confrontation with a stranger who knocked at Furr's bedroom window in the middle of the night.According to a police report, Furr was awakened by a persistent knocking at his bedroom window at 1: 40 a.m. Furr said he heard someone outside threaten to damage his car and went outside to investigate.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | August 6, 1997
Freddy Archable was leaving for work yesterday when he saw smoke in a hallway at his West Baltimore condominium building and went from door to door to alert his neighbors."
NEWS
December 23, 1996
Police logWilde Lake: 10500 block of Twin Rivers Road: Someone smashed a bedroom window and broke into a house Thursday night. It was unknown what was taken.Pub Date: 12/23/96
NEWS
November 13, 1996
Police logHarper's Choice: 5900 Turnabout Lane: Someone tried to enter a bedroom window with a screwdriver Sunday morning, but no entry was made.West Columbia: 11500 block of Manorstone Lane: Someone broke into Chapelwoods Homes by breaking glass on a pair of french doors, but no one entered.Dorsey's Search: 5000 block of Dorsey Hall Drive: Someone tried to pry open the front window and window screen of the offices of Dr. Douglas W. Heinrichs Associates on Saturday night. No entry was made.
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