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August 29, 1996
Police logDorsey's Search: 5300 block of Columbia Road: Someone pried open a front door of a home Tuesday afternoon and took undergarments from a bedroom. A 5-foot-10 white man, 30 to 40 years old, with brown hair and a medium build, and wearing a dark golf shirt and khaki pants was seen at the home.Pub Date: 8/29/96
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By MATTHEW DOLAN | January 17, 2006
The FBI's Baltimore division is asking for the public's help in tracking down two alleged gang members wanted on drug charges. On Dec. 1, federal arrest warrants were issued for Lamont Jones, also known as Jamar Jones, and Javon Brewer. They have been charged with conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute drugs, according to federal officials. The FBI described Jones, 25, as 5 feet 9 inches tall, 170 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes and a tattoo on his left arm Brewer, 24, is described as 5 feet 9 inches tall, 160 pounds with brown hair, brown eyes, four gold front teeth and a tattoo on his left shoulder that shows a man leaning on a street sign that reads "Baltimore & Gilmor."
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NEWS
November 18, 1993
Name: Kevin LeRoy BarnesAge: 32Last known address: Bowman Court, AnnapolisDescription: 6 feet 2 inches tall, 175 pounds, black hair, brown eyesWanted in connection with: Disorderly conduct, violation of probation, batteryNumber to call with information: Annapolis Police, 268-9000Name: Dana Marie CollinsAge: 27Last known address: Marcs Court, AnnapolisDescription: 5 feet 6 inches tall, 210 pounds, black hair, brown eyesWanted in connection with: Theft, violation...
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | April 13, 2005
The family of a Reisterstown woman will mark a sad anniversary this week: the disappearance of Tracie Lynn Mosley, who was 18 when she went missing 10 years ago on Sunday. According to Baltimore County police, on the morning of April 17, 1995, Mosley -- described as white, about 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighing 150 pounds, with hazel eyes and long, brown hair -- disappeared without a trace. Authorities said Mosley was last seen by a friend who dropped her off at High Falcon Road and Pittston Circle after she visited two Pikesville nightclubs.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | December 31, 2002
Police were seeking yesterday a man and a woman after an armed robbery at an Odenton video store during the weekend. As three employees of Blockbuster Video in the 1400 block of Annapolis Road were about to close the store shortly after 1 a.m. Saturday, a man and a woman approached the counter with videos. The man displayed a handgun, then forced the employees to walk to an office in the rear of the store, where their hands and feet were bound. The robbers took three Sony PlayStation systems and an undisclosed amount of cash and fled, police said.
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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | July 14, 2000
Anne Arundel County police issued an alert yesterday for a missing 4-year-old boy and his aunt, two days after the mother was arrested on a shoplifting charge and allowed to hand over the child to her sister. The mother, 29-year-old Jennifer Guthrie, was arrested at the Nordstrom department store Tuesday afternoon and allowed by security officers to give the boy, Patrick Michael Neary, to her sister, police said. After Guthrie was released, she returned to the room at the Hill Motel in Millersville where the three had been staying.
NEWS
By MATTHEW DOLAN | January 17, 2006
The FBI's Baltimore division is asking for the public's help in tracking down two alleged gang members wanted on drug charges. On Dec. 1, federal arrest warrants were issued for Lamont Jones, also known as Jamar Jones, and Javon Brewer. They have been charged with conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute drugs, according to federal officials. The FBI described Jones, 25, as 5 feet 9 inches tall, 170 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes and a tattoo on his left arm Brewer, 24, is described as 5 feet 9 inches tall, 160 pounds with brown hair, brown eyes, four gold front teeth and a tattoo on his left shoulder that shows a man leaning on a street sign that reads "Baltimore & Gilmor."
SPORTS
August 18, 1991
The most publicized haircut in recent memory took place yesterday afternoon at Yankee Stadium, when Don Mattingly finally had his brown locks snipped.Mattingly had about an inch of hair removed by bullpen catcher )) Carl Taylor, so "it wouldn't fly around" when he is playing.jTC First baseman Mattingly had been benched Thursday by the Yankees, who said the length of his hair violated team policy.Taylor layered the top, did not cut the sides and clipped the part of Mattingly's hair that curled in the back during the 30-minute haircut.
NEWS
November 19, 1992
Police seek impersonator of CIA agentCounty police are looking for a man who impersonated a State Department employee and a CIA agent to win the affections of a deli clerk at a Basics Food Store.Police said the man has been harassing the 34-year-old clerk for the past month and at one time threatened to kill the store manager if he followed him out of the store.A police report said the man showed the deli clerk, who works in a Glen Burnie store, an ID card and a badge with the name "Frank" on it.Interviews with other employees indicated that the man had told them he worked for the CIA.The employee told the man she was married, but it didn't stop him from bothering her, the report said.
NEWS
By Baltimoresun.com Staff | April 13, 2005
The family of a Reisterstown woman will mark a sad anniversary this week: the disappearance of Tracie Lynn Mosley, who was 18 when she went missing 10 years ago on Sunday. According to Baltimore County police, on the morning of April 17, 1995, Mosley -- described as white, about 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighing 150 pounds, with hazel eyes and long, brown hair -- disappeared without a trace. Authorities said Mosley was last seen by a friend who dropped her off at High Falcon Road and Pittston Circle after she visited two Pikesville nightclubs.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | December 31, 2002
Police were seeking yesterday a man and a woman after an armed robbery at an Odenton video store during the weekend. As three employees of Blockbuster Video in the 1400 block of Annapolis Road were about to close the store shortly after 1 a.m. Saturday, a man and a woman approached the counter with videos. The man displayed a handgun, then forced the employees to walk to an office in the rear of the store, where their hands and feet were bound. The robbers took three Sony PlayStation systems and an undisclosed amount of cash and fled, police said.
FEATURES
By Sarah Koenig and Sarah Koenig,SUN STAFF | October 28, 2002
Almost every campaign has one, a subterranean, policy-free question irritating to the candidate but fascinating to the voter. It's never something one can comfortably ask the politician; rather, it percolates in private conversations, makes the rounds of Internet chat rooms and sometimes snakes its way onto talk radio. So here's what a lot of people are whispering about Republican Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.: That dark, straight, immobile head of hair - is it real? To his credit, Ehrlich, the 2nd District congressman running for governor, laughed and laughed when finally asked this question recently.
FEATURES
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | June 29, 2002
This was no ordinary corpse that washed up on a lonely stretch of Long Beach, N.Y., on June 8, 1931. A beachcomber out for an early morning walk discovered a twisted body brought in by the tide, clothed in an expensively designed and fashionable silk dress, resting in a pile of tangled seaweed. Her coat, one shoe and underwear were missing. Her greenish-cream-colored pale hands, withered by exposure to salt water, were illuminated by 10 carefully manicured fingernails buffed to a glossy high red. Her stylishly coifed brown hair, re-arranged by the swirling waters of the Atlantic, was in disarray.
NEWS
By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | July 14, 2000
Anne Arundel County police issued an alert yesterday for a missing 4-year-old boy and his aunt, two days after the mother was arrested on a shoplifting charge and allowed to hand over the child to her sister. The mother, 29-year-old Jennifer Guthrie, was arrested at the Nordstrom department store Tuesday afternoon and allowed by security officers to give the boy, Patrick Michael Neary, to her sister, police said. After Guthrie was released, she returned to the room at the Hill Motel in Millersville where the three had been staying.
NEWS
August 29, 1996
Police logDorsey's Search: 5300 block of Columbia Road: Someone pried open a front door of a home Tuesday afternoon and took undergarments from a bedroom. A 5-foot-10 white man, 30 to 40 years old, with brown hair and a medium build, and wearing a dark golf shirt and khaki pants was seen at the home.Pub Date: 8/29/96
NEWS
November 18, 1993
Name: Kevin LeRoy BarnesAge: 32Last known address: Bowman Court, AnnapolisDescription: 6 feet 2 inches tall, 175 pounds, black hair, brown eyesWanted in connection with: Disorderly conduct, violation of probation, batteryNumber to call with information: Annapolis Police, 268-9000Name: Dana Marie CollinsAge: 27Last known address: Marcs Court, AnnapolisDescription: 5 feet 6 inches tall, 210 pounds, black hair, brown eyesWanted in connection with: Theft, violation...
FEATURES
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | June 29, 2002
This was no ordinary corpse that washed up on a lonely stretch of Long Beach, N.Y., on June 8, 1931. A beachcomber out for an early morning walk discovered a twisted body brought in by the tide, clothed in an expensively designed and fashionable silk dress, resting in a pile of tangled seaweed. Her coat, one shoe and underwear were missing. Her greenish-cream-colored pale hands, withered by exposure to salt water, were illuminated by 10 carefully manicured fingernails buffed to a glossy high red. Her stylishly coifed brown hair, re-arranged by the swirling waters of the Atlantic, was in disarray.
FEATURES
By Kevin Cowherd | November 16, 1990
WE HAD BEEN together 18 years, through the good times and bad, through sickness and health and headed (or so I figured) 'til death do us part.Then something happened. Don't ask me why, but all of a sudden we just didn't seem right for each other. Maybe it was me. Maybe I was too much of a perfectionist, unwilling to tolerate the obvious flaws I saw in the two of us.Anyway, it's all over now. Splitsville.I went one way.My mustache went another.Shaved it off the other day.Those of you who have never worn a mustache or beard are no doubt thinking: Big deal.
NEWS
November 19, 1992
Police seek impersonator of CIA agentCounty police are looking for a man who impersonated a State Department employee and a CIA agent to win the affections of a deli clerk at a Basics Food Store.Police said the man has been harassing the 34-year-old clerk for the past month and at one time threatened to kill the store manager if he followed him out of the store.A police report said the man showed the deli clerk, who works in a Glen Burnie store, an ID card and a badge with the name "Frank" on it.Interviews with other employees indicated that the man had told them he worked for the CIA.The employee told the man she was married, but it didn't stop him from bothering her, the report said.
SPORTS
August 18, 1991
The most publicized haircut in recent memory took place yesterday afternoon at Yankee Stadium, when Don Mattingly finally had his brown locks snipped.Mattingly had about an inch of hair removed by bullpen catcher )) Carl Taylor, so "it wouldn't fly around" when he is playing.jTC First baseman Mattingly had been benched Thursday by the Yankees, who said the length of his hair violated team policy.Taylor layered the top, did not cut the sides and clipped the part of Mattingly's hair that curled in the back during the 30-minute haircut.
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