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By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | July 7, 2010
An 18-year old Mt. Hebron High School student was indicted on sex offense charges Wednesday for allegedly sexually touching two female students in the school nurse's office in separate incidents June 14. A Howard County grand jury also indicted a 50-year-old handyman on charges that he tried to rape a female client, and a 34-year-old man accused of trying to smuggle drugs into the county detention center in a body cavity during a weekend stay....
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By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2010
An 18-year old Mt. Hebron High School student was indicted on sex offense charges Wednesday for allegedly sexually touching two female students in the school nurse's office in separate incidents June 14. A Howard County grand jury also indicted a 50-year-old handyman on charges that he tried to rape a female client, and a 34-year-old man accused of trying to smuggle drugs into the county detention center in a body cavity during a weekend stay....
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SPORTS
By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | November 9, 1995
Two hours earlier, the pair of stripers had been chasing baitfish across the 15-foot flats at the mouth of the Severn River, feeding heavily. But now the matched pair of 23-inchers lay on a countertop in the kitchen, surrounded by the trappings that mark a successful day of fishing.Salt. White pepper. Flour. Lemon. Butter. An egg. Dry mustard. Paprika. A clove of garlic. Six baking potatoes. Three yellow squash. Mayonnaise and a pound of fresh lump backfin crabmeat.Two hours earlier, the rockfish, in their own right efficient, ruthless predators, had been feeding on the large numbers of 2- to 4-inch menhaden making their way toward the open bay -- until each tried to ingest the white banjo-eye bucktails and chartreuse twister tails trolled 5 feet below the surface.
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By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1997
A Jamaican musician who said he came to the Washington area with high hopes for a new album said he was detained by U.S. Customs officers at Baltimore-Washington International Airport, strip-searched for drugs, then handcuffed and taken to a hospital to be X-rayed and examined in a search for smuggled drugs.Peter Jackson, a 26-year-old reggae artist who goes by the stage name Galaxy P., said he flew into BWI from Montego Bay about 9 p.m. Thursday. He said he was stopped at the customs checkpoint after he picked up his bags, taken to a nearby room, intimidated, questioned and then strip-searched.
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By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1997
A Jamaican musician who said he came to the Washington area with high hopes for a new album said he was detained by U.S. Customs officers at Baltimore-Washington International Airport, strip-searched for drugs, then handcuffed and taken to a hospital to be X-rayed and examined in a search for smuggled drugs.Peter Jackson, a 26-year-old reggae artist who goes by the stage name Galaxy P., said he flew into BWI from Montego Bay about 9 p.m. Thursday. He said he was stopped at the customs checkpoint after he picked up his bags, taken to a nearby room, intimidated, questioned and then strip-searched.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | May 3, 1998
It's Thursday night on the seventh floor of Hagerstown Hall dorm, and there's a party going on.Well, sort of a party.In the lounge, there are three giant bags of potato chips, two huge platters of chocolate chip cookies and a couple of cases of soft drinks. There are also 15 or so University of Maryland, College Park students in cutoffs, sweats, jeans and gym shorts eating, drinking and waiting for the start of "Seinfeld."Other dormies wander in and out. One woman dries her hair in preparation for a date that she says "will probably be totally Elainesque"; one guy slides in the door like Cosmo Kramer.
NEWS
April 3, 2009
Senate supports strip-search bill The Senate gave preliminary approval Thursday to a measure that would prohibit police and correctional officers at jails from conducting strip searches or body-cavity checks of people newly arrested for misdemeanors or traffic offenses. The bill would allow that such searches can be conducted only if the officer has a specified reasonable suspicion and receives authorization from the highest-ranking officer on duty. Julie Bykowicz Workplace fraud bill gains The Maryland Senate approved a bill Thursday that would penalize companies that improperly classify employees as independent contractors but also would limit workers' ability to sue for damages.
FEATURES
November 20, 1991
OPEN-PAN ROASTING is the most common method of turkey preparation. These guidelines, from Butterball, are tried and true.Thaw turkey in refrigerator or cold water, following directions on turkey wrapper. When ready to cook, remove wrapper.Remove neck from body cavity and giblets from neck cavity; refrigerate. Stuff neck and body cavities lightly, if desired. Turn wings back to hold neck skin in place. If untucked, return legs to tucked position. No trussing is necessary. Place turkey breast-side up on flat rack in open pan that is about two-inches deep.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | March 18, 1993
Carroll Circuit Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. yesterday convicted a 21-year-old Westminster woman on a single cocaine distribution charge.In a plea bargain, Stacy Lynn Walker of Smith Avenue pleaded not guilty to cocaine possession with intent to distribute but agreed to allow prosecutors to present enough evidence to convict her. In exchange, prosecutors dropped charges of cocaine and paraphernalia possession.According to court records, Walker was arrested by Westminster police on the afternoon of Nov. 12 after they received a tip that she would be traveling to Baltimore to purchase cocaine.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | April 28, 1993
Carroll Circuit Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. sentenced a 21-year-old Westminster woman yesterday to three years in state prison for cocaine distribution.The judge suspended all but 18 months of the sentence and ordered Stacy Lynn Walker, of the 100 block of Smith Ave., to be placed on five years of supervised probation upon release.She had been free since her conviction on $1,500 bond pending yesterday's sentencing. Judge Beck denied a request by Walker's attorney, Assistant Public Defender Samuel Truette, to allow her to remain free on bond pending an appeal.
SPORTS
By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | November 9, 1995
Two hours earlier, the pair of stripers had been chasing baitfish across the 15-foot flats at the mouth of the Severn River, feeding heavily. But now the matched pair of 23-inchers lay on a countertop in the kitchen, surrounded by the trappings that mark a successful day of fishing.Salt. White pepper. Flour. Lemon. Butter. An egg. Dry mustard. Paprika. A clove of garlic. Six baking potatoes. Three yellow squash. Mayonnaise and a pound of fresh lump backfin crabmeat.Two hours earlier, the rockfish, in their own right efficient, ruthless predators, had been feeding on the large numbers of 2- to 4-inch menhaden making their way toward the open bay -- until each tried to ingest the white banjo-eye bucktails and chartreuse twister tails trolled 5 feet below the surface.
NEWS
December 20, 1998
WESTMINSTER -- A woman serving a six-month sentence for theft at the Carroll County Detention Center was treated at a hospital last week after she swallowed what was suspected to be cocaine during a routine strip search, authorities said.The inmate, Jean E. Ingrassia, 47, had been granted work release Tuesday, jail officials said.Upon returning from work Thursday evening, Ingrassia was searched for contraband. Deputies reported finding 38 cigarettes wrapped in plastic and hidden in a body cavity.
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