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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | November 15, 2001
A Sykesville man on trial for allowing a wrestling ring in his back yard - so his stepson and friends could stage shows mimicking television wrestlers - was found not guilty by a Carroll County jury yesterday. The 12-member jury deliberated nearly three hours yesterday afternoon before finding Bruce Daniel Bouch, 34, not guilty of promoting an illegal contest Sept. 30 of last year and allowing three unlicensed young men to wrestle in his back yard in exhibitions. At issue was that Bouch lacked a license to promote wrestling and many of the young men who participated were not licensed to wrestle by the state.
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2014
Two women were seriously injured in a building explosion that led to a two-alarm fire in Carroll County Thursday afternoon, authorities said. A 38-year-old was airlifted from the one-story office building in the 1200 block of Silver Run Valley Road to the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center with burns to her upper torso and face, Deputy State Fire Marshal Bruce Bouch said. The other, a 39-year-old, was flown to University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center with trauma injuries from the explosion, Bouch said.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | August 27, 2013
A 24-year-old Virginia man who fled the country earlier this year after being charged with arson in Maryland was arrested on Tuesday at Washington Dulles International Airport, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Jose Mejia Pineda had an active Maryland State Police warrant out for his arrest in relation to a car fire on Jan. 22 that consumed his 2009 Acura TL on a cul-de-sac in Dunkirk, in Calvert County, said Maryland Deputy Fire Marshal Bruce Bouch. Police and fire investigators believe Pineda and his wife, Lesly Pineda, of Alexandria, started the fire themselves, and charged both with second-degree arson and insurance fraud, Bouch said.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | August 27, 2013
A 24-year-old Virginia man who fled the country earlier this year after being charged with arson in Maryland was arrested on Tuesday at Washington Dulles International Airport, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Jose Mejia Pineda had an active Maryland State Police warrant out for his arrest in relation to a car fire on Jan. 22 that consumed his 2009 Acura TL on a cul-de-sac in Dunkirk, in Calvert County, said Maryland Deputy Fire Marshal Bruce Bouch. Police and fire investigators believe Pineda and his wife, Lesly Pineda, of Alexandria, started the fire themselves, and charged both with second-degree arson and insurance fraud, Bouch said.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | November 15, 2001
A Sykesville man on trial for allowing a wrestling ring in his back yard - so his stepson and friends could stage shows mimicking television wrestlers - was found not guilty by a Carroll County jury yesterday. The 12-member jury deliberated nearly three hours yesterday afternoon before finding Bruce Daniel Bouch, 34, not guilty of promoting an illegal contest Sept. 30 of last year and allowing three unlicensed young men to wrestle in his back yard in exhibitions. At issue was that Bouch lacked a license to promote wrestling and many of the young men who participated were not licensed to wrestle by the state.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | November 14, 2001
Bruce Daniel Bouch's trial on charges of allowing a wrestling ring in his back yard began yesterday with a motion by the prosecution to exclude mention of his efforts to help victims of the terrorist attacks in New York City on Sept.11. Bouch, a Carroll County volunteer firefighter, was honored by the county commissioners last month for his rescue efforts. He and 16 others from Gamber spent two days digging in the rubble for survivors and sleeping at the scene. "I have a right to ask him who he is and what he does," said George E. Rippel Jr., Bouch's attorney.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | November 15, 2001
A Sykesville man on trial for allowing a wrestling ring in his back yard - so that his stepson and friends could stage shows mimicking television wrestlers - was found not guilty by a Carroll County jury yesterday. The 12-member jury deliberated nearly three hours yesterday afternoon before finding Bruce Daniel Bouch, 34, not guilty of promoting an illegal contest on Sept. 30 of last year and with allowing three unlicensed young men to wrestle in his back yard in exhibitions, thus endangering their safety.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | November 14, 2001
Bruce Daniel Bouch's trial on charges of allowing a wrestling ring in his back yard began yesterday with a motion by the prosecution to exclude mention of his efforts to help victims of the terrorist attacks in New York City Sept.11. Bouch, a Carroll County volunteer firefighter, was honored by the county commissioners last month for his rescue efforts. He and 16 others from Gamber spent two days digging in the rubble for survivors and sleeping at the scene. "I have a right to ask him who he is and what he does," said George E. Rippel Jr., Bouch's attorney.
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2014
Two women were seriously injured in a building explosion that led to a two-alarm fire in Carroll County Thursday afternoon, authorities said. A 38-year-old was airlifted from the one-story office building in the 1200 block of Silver Run Valley Road to the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center with burns to her upper torso and face, Deputy State Fire Marshal Bruce Bouch said. The other, a 39-year-old, was flown to University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center with trauma injuries from the explosion, Bouch said.
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By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | February 15, 2013
Maryland's Fire Marshall has banned sky lanterns, the increasingly popular paper balloons that are sent aloft by the heat of a candle or fuel cell suspended from the bottom. "They're made with oiled rice paper and bamboo - it's almost kindling," said Deputy State Fire Marshal Bruce D. Bouch. "They have to land somewhere, and sometimes they're still partly on fire when they hit the ground. They've been known to ignite dry vegetation. " Bouch said the fire marshal's office frequently gets calls from people interested in using sky lanterns in weddings or other celebrations who want to know if they are legal in Maryland.
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By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | February 15, 2013
Maryland's Fire Marshall has banned sky lanterns, the increasingly popular paper balloons that are sent aloft by the heat of a candle or fuel cell suspended from the bottom. "They're made with oiled rice paper and bamboo - it's almost kindling," said Deputy State Fire Marshal Bruce D. Bouch. "They have to land somewhere, and sometimes they're still partly on fire when they hit the ground. They've been known to ignite dry vegetation. " Bouch said the fire marshal's office frequently gets calls from people interested in using sky lanterns in weddings or other celebrations who want to know if they are legal in Maryland.
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By Mary Gail Hare, The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2011
An early morning fire Tuesday has claimed the life of an 80-year-old Carroll County man. Firefighters found the body of Stanley J. Kundin in the basement of the wood-frame ranch home in the 3200 block of Old Washington Road In Westminster. A preliminary investigation has found that the fire likely started in Kundin's separate living quarters in a new addition to his son's home. Family members were alerted by a smoke alarm sounding at about 1 a.m., said Deputy Fire Marshal Bruce D. Bouch.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | November 15, 2001
A Sykesville man on trial for allowing a wrestling ring in his back yard - so that his stepson and friends could stage shows mimicking television wrestlers - was found not guilty by a Carroll County jury yesterday. The 12-member jury deliberated nearly three hours yesterday afternoon before finding Bruce Daniel Bouch, 34, not guilty of promoting an illegal contest on Sept. 30 of last year and with allowing three unlicensed young men to wrestle in his back yard in exhibitions, thus endangering their safety.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | November 15, 2001
A Sykesville man on trial for allowing a wrestling ring in his back yard - so his stepson and friends could stage shows mimicking television wrestlers - was found not guilty by a Carroll County jury yesterday. The 12-member jury deliberated nearly three hours yesterday afternoon before finding Bruce Daniel Bouch, 34, not guilty of promoting an illegal contest Sept. 30 of last year and allowing three unlicensed young men to wrestle in his back yard in exhibitions. At issue was that Bouch lacked a license to promote wrestling and many of the young men who participated were not licensed to wrestle by the state.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | November 15, 2001
A Sykesville man on trial for allowing a wrestling ring in his back yard - so his stepson and friends could stage shows mimicking television wrestlers - was found not guilty by a Carroll County jury yesterday. The 12-member jury deliberated nearly three hours yesterday afternoon before finding Bruce Daniel Bouch, 34, not guilty of promoting an illegal contest Sept. 30 of last year and with allowing three unlicensed young men to wrestle in his back yard in exhibitions, endangering their safety.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | November 14, 2001
Bruce Daniel Bouch's trial on charges of allowing a wrestling ring in his back yard began yesterday with a motion by the prosecution to exclude mention of his efforts to help victims of the terrorist attacks in New York City Sept.11. Bouch, a Carroll County volunteer firefighter, was honored by the county commissioners last month for his rescue efforts. He and 16 others from Gamber spent two days digging in the rubble for survivors and sleeping at the scene. "I have a right to ask him who he is and what he does," said George E. Rippel Jr., Bouch's attorney.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | November 8, 2000
A court hearing has been set next month for five adults and two juveniles charged with either promoting or participating in unauthorized backyard wrestling matches in Sykesville. They are accused of violating regulations set by the State Athletic Commission that are intended to prevent injuries, said Cpl. Patrick Fisher, a criminal investigator with the Carroll County Sheriff's Department. Those charged surrendered on a criminal summons rather than being arrested and were released without bail, he said.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | November 14, 2001
Bruce Daniel Bouch's trial on charges of allowing a wrestling ring in his back yard began yesterday with a motion by the prosecution to exclude mention of his efforts to help victims of the terrorist attacks in New York City on Sept.11. Bouch, a Carroll County volunteer firefighter, was honored by the county commissioners last month for his rescue efforts. He and 16 others from Gamber spent two days digging in the rubble for survivors and sleeping at the scene. "I have a right to ask him who he is and what he does," said George E. Rippel Jr., Bouch's attorney.
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