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By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | February 21, 2014
An Ellicott City man pleaded guilty Friday to stabbing to death prominent businessman and blogger Dennis Lane, whose daughter asked for the killing because she was "sick" of her father, according to prosecutors. Jason A. Bulmer, 20, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder without making a statement to the court, then listened as prosecutors described a bloody struggle between the two men outside a bedroom in Lane's Ellicott City home as his 14-year-old daughter, Morgan Lane Arnold, stood nearby crying.
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By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | February 25, 2014
Morgan Lane Arnold's bedroom at her mother's house was painted pink and lilac, with white unicorns prancing in a border that ran along the walls. Even at 14, her mother said, she still believed in unicorns. The room has been repainted recently, the unicorns vanished under layers of pale blue and sea green, and Arnold, at 15, is now an adult in the eyes of the law. She is charged with first-degree murder and four other counts in the stabbing last year of her father, prominent Howard County businessman and blogger Dennis Lane.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2009
Not all the sights at Cirque du Soleil's "Kooza" were onstage. Just check out 20-year-old Allie Bulmer, who was in the opening-night audience. The Montgomery College student and waitress loves watching current trends and adapting them to her "sophisticated, sexy and a little bohemian" style. But, this Damascus resident is no fashion fascist. "Everyone has their own style. The fashion police may say don't do that, but let people do [what they want]. If it's last season and you like it, that's fine.
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By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | February 21, 2014
An Ellicott City man pleaded guilty Friday to stabbing to death prominent businessman and blogger Dennis Lane, whose daughter asked for the killing because she was "sick" of her father, according to prosecutors. Jason A. Bulmer, 20, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder without making a statement to the court, then listened as prosecutors described a bloody struggle between the two men outside a bedroom in Lane's Ellicott City home as his 14-year-old daughter, Morgan Lane Arnold, stood nearby crying.
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By M. Dion Thompson | June 11, 1991
It's an awful lot of money, $2.5 million, but it can't cover what has been lost: a daughter's health and, subsequently, a husband's life.But for Janice Bulmer, the money will pay for the current and future needs of her daughter, Kimberly Sue Andersen, who suffered severe brain damage in 1989 when a bridge over the Baltimore-Washington Parkway collapsed on her car, and for the needs of Ms. Andersen's two daughters."
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By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2013
Both defendants charged with murder in the death of a prominent Howard County businessman and blogger might argue that they are not criminally responsible for the stabbing because of their mental capabilities at the time of the crime, their lawyers said. In a motion filed this week, the attorney for 20-year-old Jason A. Bulmer asked to delay her client's trial while she investigates a defense based on his mental state at the time of the stabbing of Dennis Lane, 58, who was found dead in his Ellicott City bedroom before dawn May 10. Bulmer is accused along with Lane's 15-year-old daughter, Morgan Lane Arnold.
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By Norris West and Norris West,Evening Sun Staff | June 10, 1991
A former Elkridge woman has won a settlement that will amount to $5.3 million for injuries she suffered when a bridge under construction fell on her car as she was driving on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway in 1989.The settlement, approved Thursday by U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge Clarence E. Goetz in Baltimore, will give Kimberly Sue Andersen $2.5 million in cash and an annuity package to provide monthly payments for the rest of her life, said Kathleen M. Cahill, one of her attorneys. Interest from the annuity investment will make the package worth about $5.3 million.
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By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | February 25, 2014
Morgan Lane Arnold's bedroom at her mother's house was painted pink and lilac, with white unicorns prancing in a border that ran along the walls. Even at 14, her mother said, she still believed in unicorns. The room has been repainted recently, the unicorns vanished under layers of pale blue and sea green, and Arnold, at 15, is now an adult in the eyes of the law. She is charged with first-degree murder and four other counts in the stabbing last year of her father, prominent Howard County businessman and blogger Dennis Lane.
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By Justin Fenton, Kevin Rector and Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2013
The 19-year-old man charged with fatally stabbing Dennis Lane allegedly told investigators that his girlfriend had instructed him to kill her father and his fiancee, specifying the number of times each was to be stabbed in the throat - 10 for him and 15 for her. Jason Anthony Bulmer charging documents In a conversation at school hours before the Ellicott City blogger and businessman was killed, Jason Anthony Bulmer said, 14-year-old Morgan...
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2013
Counselors and psychologists will be on hand at Mount Hebron High School in Ellicott City on Monday as students return for the first school day since two classmates were charged with killing well-known Howard County blogger Dennis Lane. The county school system will provide the support for students and staff who may be upset over the slaying Friday and the first-degree murder and conspiracy charges against Jason Anthony Bulmer, 19, and Morgan Lane Arnold, Lane's 14-year-old daughter.
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By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2013
Both defendants charged with murder in the death of a prominent Howard County businessman and blogger might argue that they are not criminally responsible for the stabbing because of their mental capabilities at the time of the crime, their lawyers said. In a motion filed this week, the attorney for 20-year-old Jason A. Bulmer asked to delay her client's trial while she investigates a defense based on his mental state at the time of the stabbing of Dennis Lane, 58, who was found dead in his Ellicott City bedroom before dawn May 10. Bulmer is accused along with Lane's 15-year-old daughter, Morgan Lane Arnold.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2009
Not all the sights at Cirque du Soleil's "Kooza" were onstage. Just check out 20-year-old Allie Bulmer, who was in the opening-night audience. The Montgomery College student and waitress loves watching current trends and adapting them to her "sophisticated, sexy and a little bohemian" style. But, this Damascus resident is no fashion fascist. "Everyone has their own style. The fashion police may say don't do that, but let people do [what they want]. If it's last season and you like it, that's fine.
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By M. Dion Thompson | June 11, 1991
It's an awful lot of money, $2.5 million, but it can't cover what has been lost: a daughter's health and, subsequently, a husband's life.But for Janice Bulmer, the money will pay for the current and future needs of her daughter, Kimberly Sue Andersen, who suffered severe brain damage in 1989 when a bridge over the Baltimore-Washington Parkway collapsed on her car, and for the needs of Ms. Andersen's two daughters."
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By Norris West and Norris West,Evening Sun Staff | June 10, 1991
A former Elkridge woman has won a settlement that will amount to $5.3 million for injuries she suffered when a bridge under construction fell on her car as she was driving on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway in 1989.The settlement, approved Thursday by U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge Clarence E. Goetz in Baltimore, will give Kimberly Sue Andersen $2.5 million in cash and an annuity package to provide monthly payments for the rest of her life, said Kathleen M. Cahill, one of her attorneys. Interest from the annuity investment will make the package worth about $5.3 million.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | May 23, 2013
A 14-year-old girl and her 19-year-old boyfriend arrested in the killing of her father in his Ellicott City home this month were indicted and charged as adults by a grand jury this week, according to court records. Morgan Arnold, a Mount Hebron High School freshman, now faces two counts of solicitation of murder for allegedly asking her boyfriend, Jason Bulmer, to kill her father, Dennis Lane, and Lane's fiancee, Denise Geiger, according to her indictment. Both Arnold and Bulmer, a Mount Hebron sophomore, are charged with first-degree murder in Lane's killing, and both are charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit murder for allegedly plotting the deaths of both Lane and Geiger, according to their indictments.
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By Ian Duncan and Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2013
As 2012 drew to a close, a posting on 14-year-old Morgan Lane Arnold's Facebook page warned of the apocalypse. "The world shalt end this year!!!" reads a post on the page, which multiple friends confirmed belonged to Arnold. Her father, Dennis Lane, weighed in a few minutes later: "We'll find out next week if you're right... " Her next post: "Yay. " The world didn't end, but their lives would change dramatically a few months later. Lane was found dead in his Ellicott City home early Friday, and Arnold and her 19-year-old boyfriend, Jason Anthony Bulmer, have been accused by police in his killing.
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