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By Susan Reimer and Baltimore Sun reporter | November 6, 2011
Anne Arundel County police arrested an 18-year-old man Saturday evening after he and a companion were spotted knocking at the door of a home in the 7900 block of Leeds Drive in Pasadena and peering in the windows. Officers responding to a call from neighbors, who said they saw the suspects climb over a backyard fence, arrested Zachary Ryan Mitchell of Pasadena as he was climbing back over the fence, police said. The rear sliding door of the home was open and items inside the house had been disturbed, police said.
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By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | February 7, 2014
A father and son who were part of a criminal enterprise that sold narcotics out of a Southwest Baltimore auto body shop pleaded guilty this week to federal drug and burglary charges. Chad Paschall, 28, of Baltimore pleaded guilty on Friday to conspiring to distribute oxycodone and to commit bank burglary; his father, David Paschall, 54, of Catonsville, pleaded guilty to similar charges on Thursday, the U.S. Attorney's Office said. David Paschall operated Paschall's Auto Body Shop at 801 Desoto Road, Baltimore, where authorities said it was widely known as a marketplace for oxycodone, cocaine, heroin and other drugs.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | January 19, 2012
A Sykesville man has been indicted on charges that he burglarized his neighbors' homes in Howard County, committing two break-ins at a residence whose owner told police his computer was taken and a third where a bottle of Viagra was stolen. A grand jury handed up indictments last week charging James Taylor Bell, 21, of the 1100 block of Underwood Road of multiple counts of burglary and theft. Police said in charging documents last month that he confessed and was charged Dec. 28. Charging documents say that county investigators linked Bell to burglaries committed Dec. 8 and Dec. 13 at a home in the 1100 block of Underwood Road through a laptop stolen from there.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | November 23, 2012
Two women left a Reisterstown jewelry shop with hundreds of dollars after hawking a shoebox full of gold and silver, much of it allegedly linked to a string of nearly 30 area burglaries. They might never have been arrested, police said, because the store produced no legal record of the transaction. But in this case, Baltimore County detectives were watching. They had suspicions about Crown Jewelry because the store hadn't documented buying anything of value since it opened in August.
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By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | February 7, 2014
A father and son who were part of a criminal enterprise that sold narcotics out of a Southwest Baltimore auto body shop pleaded guilty this week to federal drug and burglary charges. Chad Paschall, 28, of Baltimore pleaded guilty on Friday to conspiring to distribute oxycodone and to commit bank burglary; his father, David Paschall, 54, of Catonsville, pleaded guilty to similar charges on Thursday, the U.S. Attorney's Office said. David Paschall operated Paschall's Auto Body Shop at 801 Desoto Road, Baltimore, where authorities said it was widely known as a marketplace for oxycodone, cocaine, heroin and other drugs.
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By Stephen Kiehl and Stephen Kiehl,stephen.kiehl@baltsun.com | November 14, 2008
The state dropped all charges yesterday against Mark Karcher, the boys basketball coach at St. Frances, who had been arrested on assault and burglary charges in September. A spokeswoman for the Baltimore state's attorney's office said the charges against Karcher, 29, were dropped for lack of evidence. "He's very relieved and just wants to move on," said Karcher's lawyer, David B. Irwin. "I think Mark's going to go forward and be a great basketball coach for St. Frances, and I think he'll be a good role model for kids."
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Sun Staff Writer | June 27, 1995
A 24-year-old Taneytown man remained in the Carroll County Detention Center yesterday on $100,000 bail after his arrest Friday on burglary charges.Yesterday, Carroll District Judge JoAnn Ellinghaus-Jones declined to lower the bail set for John Carlos Villarreal of the 3500 block of Runnymeade Road.Mr. Villarreal was arrested Friday and charged with several counts of burglary, theft, malicious destruction and conspiracy in the theft of more than $3,700 worth of television sets, videocassette recorders, guitars, stereos and jewelry from a Snydersburg home April 20.It was not clear yesterday why Mr. Villarreal wasn't arrested until last week; state police obtained an arrest warrant for him early last month.
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By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | May 18, 2002
A Baltimore teen-ager pleaded innocent yesterday to charges of kidnapping and first-degree burglary in a case involving the abduction of a toddler from the child's Clifton Avenue home last month. Prosecutors set an Aug. 15 trial date for Marsha Bynum, 16, of the 200 block of W. 27th St. in the city's Remington section. She could face up to 50 years in prison on the kidnapping and burglary charges, said Assistant State's Attorney Dave Mabrey, who is prosecuting the case. Bynum also faces three lesser charges, Mabrey said.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff Writer | December 1, 1994
John M. Staubitz Jr., the former state health official who faces trial on burglary charges in Carroll County, plans to plead guilty, he told a county circuit judge yesterday.Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. will hear the terms of the plea and sentence Staubitz Dec. 29.Staubitz, 45, is serving an eight-year prison sentence at the Roxbury Correctional Institute in Hagerstown for his conviction last summer in five breaking and entering cases in Baltimore County. He was in Carroll Circuit Court yesterday for a motions hearing on his Carroll cases.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | January 19, 2012
A Sykesville man has been indicted on charges that he burglarized his neighbors' homes in Howard County, committing two break-ins at a residence whose owner told police his computer was taken and a third where a bottle of Viagra was stolen. A grand jury handed up indictments last week charging James Taylor Bell, 21, of the 1100 block of Underwood Road of multiple counts of burglary and theft. Police said in charging documents last month that he confessed and was charged Dec. 28. Charging documents say that county investigators linked Bell to burglaries committed Dec. 8 and Dec. 13 at a home in the 1100 block of Underwood Road through a laptop stolen from there.
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By Andrea F. Siegel | January 13, 2012
The young teen accused of killing a teacher at the troubled Cheltenham juvenile detention facility pleaded guilty to murder and attempted first-degree rape Friday - as well as attempted murder in an unrelated break-in and stabbing. Brian Wonsom made the pleas in Prince George's County Circuit Court as part of an agreement that saw him sentenced to life in prison with all but 85 years suspended. Wonsom was charged in the killing of Hannah Wheeling, 65, a teacher from Bel Air whose bludgeoned and partially clothed body was found Feb. 18, 2010, at the Cheltenham Youth Facility in Prince George's County.
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By Liz Bowie, The Baltimore Sun | November 13, 2011
The Anne Arundel County Sheriff's office arrested 38 people Sunday morning in an effort to reduce the number of outstanding warrants in the county. In the "Sheriff's Survivors Sweep," 50 sheriff's deputies began knocking on doors at 5 a.m. to arrest residents who were wanted for everything from traffic violations to burglary charges, according to a press release by the sheriff's office. Ten of those who were arrested had more than one warrant against them. The majority of the warrants were for less serious crimes.
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By Susan Reimer and Baltimore Sun reporter | November 6, 2011
Anne Arundel County police arrested an 18-year-old man Saturday evening after he and a companion were spotted knocking at the door of a home in the 7900 block of Leeds Drive in Pasadena and peering in the windows. Officers responding to a call from neighbors, who said they saw the suspects climb over a backyard fence, arrested Zachary Ryan Mitchell of Pasadena as he was climbing back over the fence, police said. The rear sliding door of the home was open and items inside the house had been disturbed, police said.
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By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2011
A cigarette butt discarded outside the front door of a murder victim's Northeast Baltimore home led detectives to a suspect, who has now been charged with stabbing a 91-year-old woman during a burglary. "The way we closed this case was right out of a scene from 'CSI,'" city police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said Friday, referring to the popular television series that focuses on solving crimes through high-tech forensic techniques. "We're very pleased," said Irene Ushry, the daughter of the victim, Irene Logan, who lived on Moravia Road.
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By From Sun staff and news services | May 22, 2009
Golf Connelly stays tied for 6th at NCAA event; Song leads Central Florida senior Stephanie Connelly, a native of Pasadena, shot a 3-over-par 75 on Thursday and remains tied for sixth at 5-over 221 after three rounds of the NCAA Division I women's championship at Caves Valley Golf Course in Owings Mills. Southern California freshman Jennifer Song shot a 71 and leads by two strokes at 216. PGA HP BYRON NELSON CHAMPIONSHIP: : Rookie James Nitties of Australia finished with four consecutive birdies for a 5-under 65 and a share of the first-round lead with Ken Duke in Irving, Texas.
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By Melissa Harris and Melissa Harris,melissa.harris@baltsun.com | January 14, 2009
A 17-year-old Baltimore boy out on bail after a jury acquitted him of murder but deadlocked on a burglary charge is back in jail after police say he shot another man through the thigh. In June, David James Marshall of the 200 block of S. Calhoun St. was acquitted on all but one charge - first-degree burglary - related to the killing of Robert Atkinson, 47, during a 2006 home-invasion robbery. A former co-defendant was convicted of Atkinson's murder during a separate trial. Immediately after the acquittal, prosecutor Theresa Shaffer began the process of retrying Marshall on the burglary charge.
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