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October 8, 2000
Here is the text of the interim report of the extended 1999 May term grand jury. A table of contents has been omitted. Issued by Order of Court on October 2, 2000.*NOTE: "Carroll County Public School System" hereafter referred to as "CCPSS." IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN RE: SPECIAL INVESTIGATION FOR OF 1999 MAY TERM CARROLL COUNTY GRAND JURY EXTENDED) ********************************* STATE'S PETITION FOR APPROPRIATE RELIEF Now comes the 1999 May Term GRAND JURY (extended on September 7, 1999)
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By Yvonne Wenger, The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2012
Sixteen-year-old Robert C. Richardson III was indicted Tuesday on murder charges in the January death of his father. The Harford County Grand Jury indicted the Bel Air teen, who has been held without bond in the Harford County Detention Center. Richardson has been charged with first- and second-degree murder as well as the use of a handgun during the commission of a crime. Harford County State's Attorney Joseph Cassilly would say little about the case late Tuesday. "A lot of speculation about a motive has surrounded this case from the outset; [it]
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By David L. Greene and John Murphy and David L. Greene and John Murphy,SUN STAFF | September 30, 1999
In a rare exercise of its investigative powers, a Carroll County grand jury is conducting a broad inquiry into the Board of Education, questioning its oversight of several school construction projects, two of which are embroiled in lawsuits.The 23-member jury has heard testimony from at least one county official, Steven D. Powell, the county's director of management and budget.Powell said he appeared twice before the grand jury and answered questions about the school system.He said he was subpoenaed once in July and a second time in August.
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By The Washington Post | June 3, 2009
The chief prosecutor in Prince George's County says he does not intend to charge anyone now in the death last year of a 19-year-old inmate who had been accused of killing a police officer, meaning a slaying once denounced by the county executive as "vigilante justice" is all but certain to go unpunished in state court. State's Attorney Glenn F. Ivey said that after nearly a year of investigation, he does not have enough evidence to secure an indictment in the death of Ronnie L. White. In an interview, Ivey endorsed calls by civil rights leaders for the Justice Department to take over the case, and a Justice spokesman said federal authorities would review the investigation.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 25, 1996
TOWSON -- Baltimore County police this week arrested 20 of 29 people suspected of participating in a ring that brought cocaine from West Palm Beach, Fla., to Essex, Rosedale, White Marsh, Perry Hall and Parkville.The 29 suspects were indicted by a county grand jury on July 15 after an investigation that began in March.The ring supplied the county's Eastside for at least a decade, police said.Pub Date: 7/25/96
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 7, 2001
A 23-year-old man has been indicted on charges stemming from a sexual attack on a former girlfriend's 2-year-old daughter during the Labor Day weekend in Sykesville. Kishawn Lee Ward of no fixed address was arrested and held at Carroll County Detention Center after the assault occurred Sept. 2. Bail, originally set at $75,000, has been increased to $250,000. On Thursday, a Carroll County grand jury returned indictments on six counts, including child abuse, two second-degree sex offenses, sodomy, second-degree assault, and perverted practice.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,Staff Writer | January 28, 1993
An Anne Arundel Circuit Court judge yesterday ordered six of the nine men charged as kingpins in what police described as one of the biggest marijuana rings in county history be tried in three separate trials.Judge H. Chester Goudy Jr. ordered James Mitchell Emory, 47, of Pasadena, Roger Lee Emory, 43, of Glen Burnie, and Philip B. Dulany, 48, of Pasadena, be tried together.He ordered that William Bailey Jr. 46, of Annapolis, and George T. Johnson, 47, of Glen Burnie, be tried together and that Lawrence Leiben, 49, of Millersville, be tried in a third proceeding.
NEWS
February 10, 2002
County grand jury indicts prisoner with DNA evidence In a case that prosecutors say was broken using recently established DNA databases, an Anne Arundel County grand jury has indicted a prisoner on charges that he kidnapped a Meade Senior High School student from the school's parking lot and raped her more than two years ago. The indictment, unsealed last week, charges Eric M. Brunner, 33, a prisoner at the Eastern Correctional Institute, with the...
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | March 21, 2000
Two men charged in the killing of Baltimore County police Sgt. Bruce A. Prothero -- arrested in Philadelphia a month ago after an intensive manhunt -- were returned to Maryland yesterday after brief hearings before a Pennsylvania judge. Richard Antonio Moore, 29, and Wesley John Moore, 24, were transferred to the custody of Baltimore County police in Philadelphia after Court of Common Pleas Judge Sheila Woods-Skipper ruled that prosecutors had established the Moore brothers' identities with fingerprints and photographs.
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By Michael J. Clark and Michael J. Clark,Howard County Bureau of The Sun | May 15, 1991
A federal grand jury is investigating the hanging death of Carl Jon Bowie a year ago and an incident four months earlier in which the Bowie teen-ager, his twin brother, Mickey, and one other teen-ager claimed they were beaten by police when the officers broke up a party at a Jessup motel.A Howard County grand jury and a specially assigned state police investigator both announced in August that no foul play was evident in Mr. Bowie's death and that there was no evidence for criminal charges against three officers who were being investigated in the motel arrests.
NEWS
July 16, 2008
Secretary of state to be named Gov. Martin O'Malley is appointing a secretary of state, a position that hasn't been filled since the governor took office about 18 months ago, an official with knowledge of the appointment by the administration said yesterday. John McDonough, a Prince George's County attorney, is to be appointed today in Annapolis, the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity because the formal announcement had not been made. The secretary of state job is the only Cabinet position O'Malley has yet to fill.
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May 5, 2006
Columbia man gets probation in sex offense Former Integral Systems Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steven R. Chamberlain was sentenced to a suspended one-year prison term yesterday after pleading guilty last week to fourth-degree sex offense involving a 14-year-old girl. Howard County Circuit Judge Diane O. Leasure also sentenced Chamberlain, 50, to five years of supervised probation and said he would not have to register as a sex offender because there was no evidence that he was a danger to anyone other than the victim.
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By JENNIFER MCMENAMIN and JENNIFER MCMENAMIN,SUN REPORTER | April 8, 2006
Karen L. Foxx had sought court orders to keep her estranged husband away, had filed criminal assault charges against him and changed her phone number. She also bought a gun to protect herself, and last Saturday, her lawyer says, Foxx did just that when she fatally shot her husband. Now the Randallstown woman awaits word on whether she will be charged with a crime - one of two recent cases in which the legal right to self-defense is under examination. The Randallstown shooting occurred two weeks after a 57-year-old gas station owner was attacked by three would-be robbers at the upscale Village of Cross Keys shopping center in North Baltimore, grabbed his own gun and fatally shot one of the assailants.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | March 22, 2003
An Anne Arundel County jury deliberated for less than an hour yesterday before announcing a rape conviction in what police described as the first cold-case DNA match within the Maryland genetic database, which includes previous offenders. Robert Marshall Eiseman, 41, had been convicted of rape in Montgomery County and was only weeks from being paroled from a 20-year sentence that he began serving in 1989. Then an Anne Arundel County grand jury indicted him on charges stemming from a 1988 rape.
NEWS
September 6, 2002
Hyde is indicted on child abuse, sex offense charges Former Carroll County schools Superintendent William H. Hyde, who was arrested last month and charged with molesting a young girl, was indicted on similar charges yesterday by a county grand jury. Hyde, 61, was indicted on one count of felony child abuse, punishable by up to 15 years in prison; third- and fourth-degree sex offenses; and second-degree assault, according to court records. The offenses are alleged to have takenplace in July, according to the records.
NEWS
July 12, 2002
Grand jury indicts Westminster man in fatal beating A Carroll County grand jury returned an indictment yesterday charging a 36-year-old Westminster man in the fatal beating last month of a woman whose body was found in an alley in the city. Donald Lee Robertson of the 100 block of Pennsylvania Ave. was arrested June 16 and charged in the slaying of Sharon Ruth Yelton, 47, a Westminster woman of no fixed address. She was found about 6:30 a.m. June 16 on Winters Street behind the first block of West Main St., beaten with a shoe print on her face, police said.
NEWS
May 5, 2006
Columbia man gets probation in sex offense Former Integral Systems Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steven R. Chamberlain was sentenced to a suspended one-year prison term yesterday after pleading guilty last week to fourth-degree sex offense involving a 14-year-old girl. Howard County Circuit Judge Diane O. Leasure also sentenced Chamberlain, 50, to five years of supervised probation and said he would not have to register as a sex offender because there was no evidence that he was a danger to anyone other than the victim.
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By Alice Lukens and Alice Lukens,SUN STAFF | September 2, 1999
A former Glenwood Middle School teacher accused of paying a 15-year-old boy to perform sex acts in March was indicted this week by a Baltimore County grand jury.Klaude Krannebitter, 36, was charged Monday with a third-degree sex offense, a fourth-degree sex offense, perverted practice, child pornography, possession of child pornography and lewdness.In another case involving the same boy, a Howard County grand jury indicted Krannebitter on May 6, charging him with contributing to the delinquency of a minor and engaging in an unnatural and perverted sex act.Krannebitter, who lives in Baltimore County, had been a health education teacher at Glenwood for 12 years and coached baseball, varsity basketball and junior varsity basketball at Glenelg High School until spring 1996.
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By Michael Ollove and Michael Ollove,SUN STAFF | March 19, 2002
Over lunch in Owings Mill in December, two pairs of business owners met to discuss a matter of mutual interest. Not depreciation schedules or benefit packages or ways to cut energy costs. Homicide is what occupied them. Matt and Tony Geckle initiated the meeting. Normally, the brothers might concede that their expertise does not extend much beyond the busy cement plant they own just north of the city. But, you learn a few things after you've killed a man in your place of business, and so they felt they had something to impart to the other two men. Kenny Der and Darrell Kifer refinish furniture in East Baltimore.
NEWS
February 10, 2002
County grand jury indicts prisoner with DNA evidence In a case that prosecutors say was broken using recently established DNA databases, an Anne Arundel County grand jury has indicted a prisoner on charges that he kidnapped a Meade Senior High School student from the school's parking lot and raped her more than two years ago. The indictment, unsealed last week, charges Eric M. Brunner, 33, a prisoner at the Eastern Correctional Institute, with the...
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