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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2013
A 19-year-old man was grazed in the knee by a bullet on Thursday night in Randallstown, according to Baltimore County Police. Officers responded to the 3900 block of Sadie Ave. about 9:04 p.m. and found the victim with what were considered to be non-life-threatening injuries, police said. The victim, whose identity has not been released, found his own transportation to Northwest Hospital, where he was treated and released. He told police he was outside his home when two men walked up to him, and one withdrew a handgun.
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SPORTS
By Mike Klingaman and The Baltimore Sun | October 16, 2013
Half a century ago, the Baltimore Bullets came into the world without much fuss. There was no parade for the city's new National Basketball Association team. The opening night crowd fell far short of a sellout. And the Bullets bowed meekly to the world champion Boston Celtics, as they would the first nine times they played them. A storybook beginning, it wasn't. But that game - a 109-95 loss to the dynastic Celtics in the Civic Center on Oct. 16, 1963 - christened the Bullets' 10-year stay in the city that would thrill to the feats of stars to come: the acrobatic dunks of Gus Johnson, the ball-handling artistry of Earl Monroe and the rugged inside play of Wes Unseld.
NEWS
By Carrie Wells and Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2013
More than seven hours after a man was struck by a car while fleeing from gunfire in East Baltimore on Sunday, doctors found a bullet lodged in his head and removed it. At least one car crashed while trying to flee the shooting, which happened in the 2700 block of Ashland Avenue in the Madison-Eastend neighborhood at about 6:30 p.m., police said. The man was struck by the car and his head and leg were injured, while a second man suffered a back injury that was not the result of gunfire.
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By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2013
A Baltimore police trainee was injured Tuesday morning when a fragmented bullet struck his thigh during target-shooting practice. The incident occurred about 10:50 a.m. during a training exercise at a facility on the Maryland Army National Guard base in Glen Arm, Baltimore County, city police said. A bullet ricocheted off a metal target holder, causing the bullet to fragment, and a piece then hit the trainee in the upper thigh, according to police spokesman Sgt. Eric Kowalczyk.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2013
Annapolis police are investigating the early Friday morning shooting of a 23-year-old man while he was running from a dispute, police said. Police said that it is possible that Dejuan Jacarter Hill of Annapolis was the victim of a stray bullet. He was in the 900 block of President Street and told them he was with a group of people nearby in the 1100 block of Madison Street when another man approached them and started talking with someone in the group. The conversation "escalated," according to a police spokesman, and both of those people reached into their pockets, leading others in the group to scatter.
NEWS
July 11, 2013
Aberdeen Maryland State Police and Sheriff's Office report: Ronald Wilson Brown, 25, of the 1300 block of South Philadelphia Boulevard, was charged Tuesday with being rogue and vagabond and theft less than $100. Nathaniel S. Webster, 37, of the 100 block of South Parke Street, was charged Tuesday with possessing drugs with intent to distribute, possessing a drug other than marijuana, obtaining drugs by fraud, obtaining a prescription by fraud and having a forged prescription.
SPORTS
By Ryan Hood, The Baltimore Sun | June 24, 2013
Fred Carter didn't know Earl Monroe entered the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a Baltimore Bullet. "Earl went into the Hall of Fame as a Bullet?" Carter said Wednesday in a phone interview. "That's surprising. " Carter - teammates and roommates with Monroe for four seasons in Baltimore - had assumed Monroe was enshrined in 1990 as a New York Knick. It's an easy mistake to make: Monroe comprised half of the famous "Rolls Royce Backcourt" with Walt "Clyde" Frazier in New York.
NEWS
By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2013
Baltimore police believe the Friday-night spray of bullets that killed a 16-month-old boy and wounded his father was a setup, according to court records released Tuesday. Police have charged Cornell Harvey, 26, and Eddie Tarver, 20, with first- and second-degree murder in the death of Carter Scott. The child's father, Rashaw Scott, 22, was critically injured in the attack. Father and son were sitting in a red Chevrolet parked at the Cherrydale Apartments in Cherry Hill, police said, when three men wearing latex gloves fired at least 16 shots into the vehicle.
NEWS
March 28, 2013
Every year, police in Baltimore City respond to thousands of calls related to domestic violence. Officers arrest and charge abusive partners, judges issue protective orders to women who fear for their lives, and domestic violence counselors struggle to help battered women and their children recover from the physical and emotional traumas they have suffered. Yet despite the resources of time, money and manpower invested in these efforts, the killing hasn't stopped, or even slowed appreciably.
SPORTS
Sports Digest | March 23, 2013
Laurel Park Bullet Catcher follows more traditional path, reaches winners' circle Bullet Catcher, who made local and national headlines Jan. 11 after escaping from the Laurel Park backside and taking a 1.6-mile journey on nearby roads, won his first race in nearly two years with an impressive performance in Friday's eighth race, a $40,000 allowance. Jerry Robb Jeremy Rose Abel Castellano Abel Castellano The 4-year-old gelding broke alertly then tracked the pace to the 16th marker before he surged ahead to win by 21/2 lengths in 1 minute, 4.71 seconds for the 51/2-furlong distance.
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