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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | May 13, 2014
Edward Hopkins, a retired lieutenant with the Harford County Sheriff's Office who has been its chief spokesman for the last year and a half, has been appointed chief deputy, effective July 1. Hopkins will replace Col. Greg Carlevaro, who is retiring to become a college professor, according to Sheriff Jesse Bane. Bane announced the Hopkins appointment at the Harford County Council meeting Tuesday evening. "Eddie has everything I am looking for in the chief deputy position," Bane said in a phone interview after the meeting.
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By Luke Jackson and For The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2014
In his four decades of public service to Harford County, Eddie Hopkins has seen it all. The newly appointed chief deputy of the Harford County Sheriff's Office first started with the Police Department in 1973, then joined the Bel Air Volunteer Fire Department in 1976, working up to the position of chief, a role he held until he stepped down July 1 to focus on the Sheriff's Office. The 57-year-old even served as Bel Air's mayor from 2011 to 2013. Hopkins discussed his many years of public service and his hopes for the future with Harford Magazine.
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January 9, 1991
Charles A. Cave, 53, was sworn in as chief deputy of the Sheriff's Office in Howard County last Wednesday evening.Cave will serve forthe next four years as commander of operations at the Waterloo Barracks.Cave is a 27-year veteran of the Maryland State Police, having served 21 of those years in the county.Prior to his appointment, Cave was the criminal investigation supervisor at Frederick for two years.Cave lives in Columbia with his wife, Diane.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | May 13, 2014
Edward Hopkins, a retired lieutenant with the Harford County Sheriff's Office who has been its chief spokesman for the last year and a half, has been appointed chief deputy, effective July 1. Hopkins will replace Col. Greg Carlevaro, who is retiring to become a college professor, according to Sheriff Jesse Bane. Bane announced the Hopkins appointment at the Harford County Council meeting Tuesday evening. "Eddie has everything I am looking for in the chief deputy position," Bane said in a phone interview after the meeting.
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January 15, 1995
Sheriff Joseph P. Meadows has named Capt. Howard G. Walter Jr. as chief deputy, elevating the 21-year agency veteran to the rank of major.Major Walter, 45, is commander of the sheriff's Court Services Division. As chief deputy, he will head the Police Services Division, which includes patrol operations, warrant and fugitive operations, paternity support enforcement and traffic law enforcement.Lt. James Carter, 50, was promoted to the rank of captain. The 25-year agency veteran will command the Court Services Division.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | August 18, 2000
Bob Thomas, a veteran fire inspector and former spokesman for the state fire marshal's office, has been named chief deputy state fire marshal, the agency's No. 2 position. Thomas, 47, who recently served as commander of the fire marshal's Bel Air office, replaces Robert H. Shimer, who retired last month after 28 years with the fire marshal's office. Thomas' duties include overseeing the agency's five regional offices and its bomb squad. A resident of Joppa and a member and former president of the Harford County school board, Thomas has worked 22 years in the state fire marshal's office.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff Writer | January 29, 1993
Sheriff Robert Pepersack and County Executive Robert R. Neall appear ready to end their feud over the sheriff's funding.Under a pending agreement released by the county, Mr. Pepersack, whose responsibilities as an elected official include providing courthouse security, would reign in his spending.For his part, Mr. Neall would restore Mr. Pepersack's chief deputy, whose job was cut by the executive last summer, and boost the sheriff's budget by 5 percent in each of the next two years. Every other county agency faces cuts of 3 percent to 10 percent.
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,sun reporter | December 17, 2006
Sheriff L. Jesse Bane and his chief deputy will relinquish the use of brawny sport utility vehicles driven by their predecessors and turn the vehicles over to the agency for use by deputies. The sheriff's 2004 Ford Expedition, an eight-seat SUV purchased new for $28,700 by Sheriff R. Thomas Golding, will be available for deputies performing an extradition or traveling to out-of-county training, an agency spokesman said. The chief deputy's 2004 Chevy Trailblazer, bought used for $15,900 in 2006, will be used at the sheriff's training academy.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,Staff writer | July 26, 1992
Sheriff Robert Pepersack says he will sue the county executive and County Council for cutting the position of his chief deputy.Mr. Pepersack, who has been feuding for months with County Executive Robert R. Neall, said he plans to file the suit in Circuit Court early this week, alleging that the county officials overstepped their bounds in May when they cut the $47,740 position of undersheriff.Patrick Ogle, the assistant who held that position, remains on the sheriff's payroll, having been rehired July 1 as a chief deputy at $36,850, Mr. Pepersack said.
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By JUSTIN FENTON and JUSTIN FENTON,SUN REPORTER | July 2, 2006
The Harford County Sheriff's Office said last week that its second-in-command, accused of intimidating deputies and offering rewards for support of Sheriff R. Thomas Golding's election campaign, has been cleared of wrongdoing and called the allegations "baseless and without merit." Col. Howard Walter, Golding's chief deputy, was accused of approaching deputies and pressuring them to buy tickets to Golding's fundraisers, as well as offering trips to exotic locales for units that posted campaign signs around the county.
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March 15, 2013
Maj. Phillip Kasten has been appointed to the position of chief deputy in the Carroll County Sheriff's Office as Sheriff Kenneth Tregoning announced an internal reorganization in the office last week. Sheriff Tregoning also consolidated the Investigative and Field Services bureaus and appointed Maj. Thomas Long as Bureau Chief. Kasten fills a position that has been vacant since the retirement of Col. Robert Keefer on July 9, 2008. The chief deputy will oversee the daily operational and administrative responsibilities for the Departments' of Sheriff Services and Corrections.
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By Tricia Bishop, The Baltimore Sun | March 9, 2011
The city's no. 2 top prosecutor — appointed late last year by Baltimore State's Attorney Gregg L. Bernstein — isn't licensed to practice law in Maryland, and can't be licensed before December, according to the state's Board of Law Examiners, which deemed the situation "problematic. " George J. Hazel, a former federal prosecutor selected to be Bernstein's chief deputy, is a member of the D.C. and Virginia bars, but not Maryland's. He had planned to take the state's exam for out-of-state attorneys last month but changed his mind, with Bernstein's blessing.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 7, 2011
Robert H. Bouse Sr., the retired Circuit Court for Baltimore City clerk who later became a chief deputy clerk at the federal Bankruptcy Court of Maryland, died of cancer Feb. 28 at Gilchrist Hospice Care. He was 91. He was the son of John H. Bouse, former state senator who was also Baltimore's register of wills. Mr. Bouse, a Baltimore native, spent his life in the same home on South Ann Street in Fells Point. He was a 1936 Mount Saint Joseph High School graduate and attended Loyola College and the University of Baltimore Law School.
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By Jacques Kelly | February 27, 2008
Edgar G. Shilling, retired Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services chief deputy, died of pneumonia complications Friday at Howard County General Hospital. The lifelong Elkridge resident was 63. Born in Baltimore and raised in Elkridge, he began his career in July 1959 as a 15-year-old with the Elkridge Volunteer Fire Department. He played football at Loyola High School, from which he graduated in 1962. He served in the Navy aboard the USS Rigel in the Mediterranean. In 1969, the Elkridge department hired him as a paid driver.
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,sun reporter | December 17, 2006
Sheriff L. Jesse Bane and his chief deputy will relinquish the use of brawny sport utility vehicles driven by their predecessors and turn the vehicles over to the agency for use by deputies. The sheriff's 2004 Ford Expedition, an eight-seat SUV purchased new for $28,700 by Sheriff R. Thomas Golding, will be available for deputies performing an extradition or traveling to out-of-county training, an agency spokesman said. The chief deputy's 2004 Chevy Trailblazer, bought used for $15,900 in 2006, will be used at the sheriff's training academy.
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,Sun Reporter | December 6, 2006
L. Jesse Bane, a veteran of the Harford County Sheriff's Office, was sworn in yesterday as the agency's 80th sheriff, pledging a more progressive approach to policing and stronger involvement in the community. "No longer will we police the county as we have always done in the past," Bane, 57, told the crowd. A 33-year veteran of the agency, Bane jumped into the race looking to halt gang-related crime and internal strife. In his speech, Bane pledged to hold town meetings and to use analysis of crime data to determine where deputies are most needed.
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By Dana Hedgpeth and Dana Hedgpeth,SUN STAFF | October 21, 1998
For nine years, Chuck Cave has been acting as sheriff of Howard County -- at least when the elected one isn't there.So it only made sense to the 61-year-old chief deputy sheriff, who helped Sheriff Michael A. Chiuchiolo clean up the department eight years ago, to run for the sheriff's seat."
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By Karen Hosler and Karen Hosler,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | May 16, 1996
WASHINGTON -- If there was one Republican senator who took the news of Bob Dole's departure a bit more dry-eyed than the rest, it was the majority leader's chief deputy, Trent Lott.The tall, handsome Mississippian, who blends courtly manners with a hard-edged political style, has quickly become the man to beat in a contest for Dole's leadership post that may well determine the tone and work habits of the Senate for years to come. Cooperate with a Democratic president? Make life hard for him?
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,Sun reporter | November 26, 2006
When L. Jesse Bane is sworn in as Harford County's 80th sheriff next month, he won't be among the county officials participating in the traditional event at the local community college. Instead, Bane will take the oath in the elegant ceremonial courtroom of the Circuit Courthouse. That approach will mark a return to the way things used to be and a symbol of Bane's hope to make his term differ from what the county has grown accustomed to. "I want to go back to way it was traditionally done," said Bane, a 33-year veteran of the agency.
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