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December 9, 1990
Kimberly Bergin of Bel Air received a $500 scholarship from the Maryland National Guard Family Association and National Guard Association of Maryland.A junior at Towson State University, Bergin is an early childhood education and psychology major. She plans to become a kindergarten teacher and intends to pursue a master's degree in psychology to qualify as a counselor.She is a 1988 graduate of C. Milton Wright High School.When not attending classes at TSU, she works as a bank teller at Provident Bank in Parkville, Baltimore County, and is a waitress at the Garden Cafe in the Towsontown Center.
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By Sarah Schaffer and Sarah Schaffer,SUN STAFF | October 24, 2004
An Anne Arundel County police officer charged with theft after being accused of collecting a paycheck from the department while falsely claiming to be serving in Iraq had not been called up for reserves duty during the past four years, military officials said last week. Steve Stromvall, a spokesman for the U.S. Army Reserve, confirmed that Officer Andrew Barnett, 48, of Hanover is a member of the Individual Ready Reserve. But, he said, military records show that Barnett is not among the more than 5,600 such reservists who have been or are being called up to play support roles in Afghanistan and Iraq.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 7, 1999
Superior rebounding and strong offensive efforts from Mount Hebron's Joey Armstead and Bobby Bergin decided the battle of Howard County's two best defenses yesterday.The Vikings (5-2 overall, 4-1 league) ended visiting Glenelg's seven-game win streak and undefeated season, 50-35."When we hold the other team below 50 points, we're 5-0," Mount Hebron coach Scott Conroy said.Glenelg (7-1, 3-1) entered the game allowing a league-best 46 points a game. Mount Hebron was second-best at 48 points a game.
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By Sarah Schaffer and Sarah Schaffer,SUN STAFF | October 24, 2004
An Anne Arundel County police officer charged with theft after being accused of collecting a paycheck from the department while falsely claiming to be serving in Iraq had not been called up for reserve duty during the past four years, military officials said last week. Steve Stromvall, a spokesman for the U.S. Army Reserve, confirmed that Officer Andrew Barnett, 48, of Hanover is a member of the Individual Ready Reserve. But, he said, military records show that Barnett is not among the more than 5,600 such reservists who have been or are being called up to play support roles in Afghanistan and Iraq.
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By Sarah Schaffer and Sarah Schaffer,SUN STAFF | October 20, 2004
A veteran Anne Arundel County police officer is scheduled to go on trial next month, charged with theft after being accused of collecting a paycheck from the department for two months after he falsely told his commanders he had been called up for military duty in Iraq. Officer Andrew Barnett, 51, an eight-year veteran who worked as a patrolman in the western district, is scheduled to be tried Nov. 18, the department announced yesterday. "It's extremely disappointing when any of our officers are involved in criminal activity, especially at a time when the country is involved in a war on terror," said Lt. Edward Bergin, who is leading the department's investigation.
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By Sarah Schaffer and Sarah Schaffer,SUN STAFF | October 20, 2004
A veteran Anne Arundel County police officer is scheduled to go on trial next month, charged with theft after being accused of collecting a paycheck from the department for two months after falsely telling his commanders he had been called up for military duty in Iraq. Officer Andrew Barnett, 51, an eight-year veteran who worked as a patrolman in the western district, is scheduled to be tried Nov. 18, the department announced yesterday. "It's extremely disappointing when any of our officers are involved in criminal activity, especially at a time when the country is involved in a war on terror," said Lt. Edward Bergin, who is leading the department's investigation.
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May 8, 1998
Several gunshots were fired among a group of people last night outside Chesapeake High School in Pasadena after a fight broke out during a pickup basketball game in the school gym, county police said.No injuries were reported after at least two shots were fired into the air, police said.The brawl -- involving dozens of players and spectators -- spilled into the parking lot shortly after 8 p.m.Police Sgt. Edward P. Bergin said two vehicles were stopped and two men taken into custody for questioning.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | December 7, 1997
A man suspected of robbing a Severna Park gas station was shot to death minutes later by Anne Arundel County police officers after leading them on a car chase into a dead-end industrial park road in Glen Burnie.The suspect, Kevin P. Ferguson, 43, of the 4200 block of Wentworth Road in West Baltimore, was pronounced dead at the shooting scene near East Ordnance Road and Baymeadow Drive after trying to drive through a police blockade, police said.Police said Ferguson and the black Mercedes-Benz he was driving matched descriptions of the man and the car involved in several recent armed robberies at businesses in the county.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 8, 1997
Several Anne Arundel County police officers were placed on paid administrative leave while police investigate the department's fatal shooting of a robbery suspect who led them on a chase to a dead-end road in an industrial park.How many officers were taken off patrol was not immediately available, and how long the probe will take is unknown, said Sgt. Edward P. Bergin.Police shot Kevin P. Ferguson, 43, of the 4200 block of Wentworth Road in West Baltimore about 6 a.m. Saturday after he tried to drive through a police blockade, they say.He was pronounced dead at the scene, near East Ordnance Road and Baymeadow Drive.
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By Sarah Schaffer and Sarah Schaffer,SUN STAFF | October 20, 2004
A veteran Anne Arundel County police officer is scheduled to go on trial next month, charged with theft after being accused of collecting a paycheck from the department for two months after he falsely told his commanders he had been called up for military duty in Iraq. Officer Andrew Barnett, 51, an eight-year veteran who worked as a patrolman in the western district, is scheduled to be tried Nov. 18, the department announced yesterday. "It's extremely disappointing when any of our officers are involved in criminal activity, especially at a time when the country is involved in a war on terror," said Lt. Edward Bergin, who is leading the department's investigation.
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By Sarah Schaffer and Sarah Schaffer,SUN STAFF | October 20, 2004
A veteran Anne Arundel County police officer is scheduled to go on trial next month, charged with theft after being accused of collecting a paycheck from the department for two months after falsely telling his commanders he had been called up for military duty in Iraq. Officer Andrew Barnett, 51, an eight-year veteran who worked as a patrolman in the western district, is scheduled to be tried Nov. 18, the department announced yesterday. "It's extremely disappointing when any of our officers are involved in criminal activity, especially at a time when the country is involved in a war on terror," said Lt. Edward Bergin, who is leading the department's investigation.
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By Greg Garland and Greg Garland,SUN STAFF | April 16, 2001
Nearly 50 young people were arrested on drug charges at a daylong "rave" dance Saturday at Anne Arundel County Fair Grounds, police said yesterday. Raves are large dance parties that usually are held in warehouses or large outdoor locations. Drug use is often rampant at such events, which feature laser lights and electronic "techno" dance music, authorities say. Anne Arundel County Police Sgt. Edward P. Bergin said Saturday's rave - sponsored by Vinyl Lab Productions of Virginia - attracted an estimated 2,500 revelers.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 7, 1999
Superior rebounding and strong offensive efforts from Mount Hebron's Joey Armstead and Bobby Bergin decided the battle of Howard County's two best defenses yesterday.The Vikings (5-2 overall, 4-1 league) ended visiting Glenelg's seven-game win streak and undefeated season, 50-35."When we hold the other team below 50 points, we're 5-0," Mount Hebron coach Scott Conroy said.Glenelg (7-1, 3-1) entered the game allowing a league-best 46 points a game. Mount Hebron was second-best at 48 points a game.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 16, 1998
Linganore of Frederick County always has played well against Mount Hebron. Entering yesterday's match at Mount Hebron, the Lancers were 2-2 with every game decided by one goal.Last season the Vikings won, 1-0. The season before that, the Lancers won, 1-0.So it was no great surprise that yesterday's game was scoreless until the 75th minute. Then Mount Hebron's Mike Selawski used his chest to settle 6-foot-5 Bobby Bergin's flick to the far post. Selawski then volleyed the winning goal with his left knee for another 1-0 decision.
NEWS
May 8, 1998
Several gunshots were fired among a group of people last night outside Chesapeake High School in Pasadena after a fight broke out during a pickup basketball game in the school gym, county police said.No injuries were reported after at least two shots were fired into the air, police said.The brawl -- involving dozens of players and spectators -- spilled into the parking lot shortly after 8 p.m.Police Sgt. Edward P. Bergin said two vehicles were stopped and two men taken into custody for questioning.
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