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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2011
The bleach and Pine-Sol fight that temporarily shut down a Baltimore County Walmart over the weekend was the latest dispute in a heated love triangle, according to court documents, witnesses and attorneys involved in the case. A Baltimore County judge on Tuesday ordered Theresa Monique Jefferson, 33, of Lansdowne held on $350,000 bond on charges that she attacked another woman with bleach at a Lansdowne Walmart on Saturday. The fumes from chemicals caused 19 people to be taken to area hospitals, police said.
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By Yvonne Wenger, The Baltimore Sun | July 25, 2012
A Baltimore County Circuit Court judge ruled Wednesday that Ebony Odoms acted in self-defense during a fight at a Lansdowne Walmart last fall. Judge Jan Marshall Alexander cleared the 29-year-old Reisterstown woman of all charges in the Oct. 8 altercation with Theresa M. Jefferson. The bleach-throwing incident sent 19 people to the hospital and shut down the store for several hours while it was cleaned and ventilated. Odoms testified that Jefferson attacked her by throwing bleach on her and spilling it in her eyes while she shopped with her 6-year-old daughter and her fiance, Calvin Pannell.
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By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | April 11, 2012
A Lansdowne woman was ordered to stay out of Walmart for five years after pleading guilty Wednesday to misdemeanor assault in a bleach and Pine-Sol fight that briefly shut down a Baltimore County store last fall. Theresa M. Jefferson, 33, pleaded guilty to second-degree assault in the altercation with Ebony Odoms, 38, which broke out Oct. 8 inside a Walmart at the Lansdowne Station shopping center. She was given a suspended five-year sentence, probation and community service, and ordered by Baltimore County Circuit Judge Robert E. Cahill Jr. to stay away from Odoms and "stay out of Walmart.
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By Steve Kilar and The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2012
The Baltimore County Walmart that was the site of a bleach fight last fall, clearing the store for several hours and sending 19 to the hospital, likely won't see one of the women allegedly involved for awhile. She was ordered by a judge Wednesday to stay away for five years . The Lansdowne location has been one of the busiest Walmart stores in the county for 911 responders. According to documents released by police to colleague Luke Broadwater, officers have been called to the Lansdowne Walmart about 1,600 times in the past four years.
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By Hanah Cho and Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | October 8, 2011
A woman poured bleach and Pine-Sol on a Walmart customer in southern Baltimore County, police said, in an incident that closed down the store for several hours Saturday and sent 19 to area hospitals. The suspect, Theresa Monique Jefferson, 33, followed another woman into the store and assaulted her, county police spokesman Shawn Vinson said in an email. She later turned herself in and was arrested. The two women knew each other and were involved in a continuing dispute, Vinson said.
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By Yvonne Wenger, The Baltimore Sun | July 25, 2012
A Baltimore County Circuit Court judge ruled Wednesday that Ebony Odoms acted in self-defense during a fight at a Lansdowne Walmart last fall. Judge Jan Marshall Alexander cleared the 29-year-old Reisterstown woman of all charges in the Oct. 8 altercation with Theresa M. Jefferson. The bleach-throwing incident sent 19 people to the hospital and shut down the store for several hours while it was cleaned and ventilated. Odoms testified that Jefferson attacked her by throwing bleach on her and spilling it in her eyes while she shopped with her 6-year-old daughter and her fiance, Calvin Pannell.
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By Newsday | June 3, 1993
NEW YORK -- Bleach is not nearly as effective in killing the AIDS virus on shared needles as drug addicts have been taught, federal researchers have decided.And for the first time, federal officials suggest that addicts should have easier access to clean needles over the counter or in needle exchanges, said Dr. Harry Haverkos of the National Institute on Drug Abuse.The conclusion -- reached in February but just now making its way to many front-line groups who work with addicts -- is a blow to conventional AIDS outreach among drug users and a boost for more controversial efforts to provide new, sterile needles.
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By Jonathan Bor | June 18, 1991
Four years after a public health campaign first implored Baltimore's drug users to "reach for the bleach," a study has found that bleaching hasn't lived up to its early billing as a potent way to protect addicts from contracting the AIDS virus.Dr. David Vlahov, a Johns Hopkins scientist, yesterday told a world conference on AIDS, held in Italy, that addicts who say they faithfully disinfect their needles with bleach contracted the virus at only a slightly lower rate than those who never bleach.
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By Steve Kilar and The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2012
The Baltimore County Walmart that was the site of a bleach fight last fall, clearing the store for several hours and sending 19 to the hospital, likely won't see one of the women allegedly involved for awhile. She was ordered by a judge Wednesday to stay away for five years . The Lansdowne location has been one of the busiest Walmart stores in the county for 911 responders. According to documents released by police to colleague Luke Broadwater, officers have been called to the Lansdowne Walmart about 1,600 times in the past four years.
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By Tyeesha Dixon and Tyeesha Dixon,SUN REPORTER | June 4, 2008
A Howard County man pleaded guilty yesterday to transporting a suspected killer and buying bleach so the suspect could wash his clothes after a 2007 slaying. Kenneth Wayne Sledd, 20, of Columbia pleaded guilty to one count of being an accessory after the fact in Howard County Circuit Court. He was released after the hearing on $10,000 bond that he had posted previously. Sledd was driving a car that was stopped by police on U.S. 29 at U.S. 40 on the morning of May 22, 2007, prosecutors said.
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By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | April 11, 2012
A Lansdowne woman was ordered to stay out of Walmart for five years after pleading guilty Wednesday to misdemeanor assault in a bleach and Pine-Sol fight that briefly shut down a Baltimore County store last fall. Theresa M. Jefferson, 33, pleaded guilty to second-degree assault in the altercation with Ebony Odoms, 38, which broke out Oct. 8 inside a Walmart at the Lansdowne Station shopping center. She was given a suspended five-year sentence, probation and community service, and ordered by Baltimore County Circuit Judge Robert E. Cahill Jr. to stay away from Odoms and "stay out of Walmart.
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2011
The bleach and Pine-Sol fight that temporarily shut down a Baltimore County Walmart over the weekend was the latest dispute in a heated love triangle, according to court documents, witnesses and attorneys involved in the case. A Baltimore County judge on Tuesday ordered Theresa Monique Jefferson, 33, of Lansdowne held on $350,000 bond on charges that she attacked another woman with bleach at a Lansdowne Walmart on Saturday. The fumes from chemicals caused 19 people to be taken to area hospitals, police said.
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By Hanah Cho and Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | October 8, 2011
A woman poured bleach and Pine-Sol on a Walmart customer in southern Baltimore County, police said, in an incident that closed down the store for several hours Saturday and sent 19 to area hospitals. The suspect, Theresa Monique Jefferson, 33, followed another woman into the store and assaulted her, county police spokesman Shawn Vinson said in an email. She later turned herself in and was arrested. The two women knew each other and were involved in a continuing dispute, Vinson said.
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton , justin.fenton@baltsun.com | December 8, 2009
A Baltimore County woman alleged in a court filing last week that Ravens linebacker-defensive end Terrell Suggs knocked her down and spilled bleach on her last month after an argument over game-day tickets, records show. Candace Williams, 26, who identifies herself as Suggs' fiancee and the mother of his two children, received a temporary protective order Friday requiring Suggs to stay away from her and to vacate their Windsor Mill home until a District Court hearing this Friday.
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December 8, 2009
A Baltimore County woman alleged in a court filing last week that the Ravens' Terrell Suggs knocked her down and spilled bleach on her last month after an argument over game-day tickets, records show PG 4
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By Tyeesha Dixon and Tyeesha Dixon,SUN REPORTER | June 4, 2008
A Howard County man pleaded guilty yesterday to transporting a suspected killer and buying bleach so the suspect could wash his clothes after a 2007 slaying. Kenneth Wayne Sledd, 20, of Columbia pleaded guilty to one count of being an accessory after the fact in Howard County Circuit Court. He was released after the hearing on $10,000 bond that he had posted previously. Sledd was driving a car that was stopped by police on U.S. 29 at U.S. 40 on the morning of May 22, 2007, prosecutors said.
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December 8, 2009
A Baltimore County woman alleged in a court filing last week that the Ravens' Terrell Suggs knocked her down and spilled bleach on her last month after an argument over game-day tickets, records show PG 4
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June 5, 2003
On June 3, 2003, ROSALIE J. YAMONT, (nee Oleksik); beloved mother of Stephanie Bleach and Christopher Yamont; loving Busia of Chelsea and Darcy Bleach and Jacob Yamont. Also survived by five sisters and one brother. Visitation will take place at Kaczorowski Funeral Home, P.A., 2525 Fleet Street, on Friday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial will take place Saturday, 10 A.M. at Holy Rosary Church. Interment to follow at Holy Rosary Cemetery. Christian Wake ServiceFriday 6 P.M.
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