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By La Quinta Dixon and La Quinta Dixon,SUN STAFF | September 4, 1999
Three men who pleaded guilty to illegally dumping used tires on a vacant lot in southern Baltimore were sentenced to 100 hours or more of community service, according to a Maryland assistant attorney general.The guilty were identified by prosecutors as Sanquel E. Prince, 26, whose last known address was in the 3700 block of Koppers St. in Violetville; Al K. Singleton, 25, of the 4600 block of Pimlico Road; and Bobby S. Queen, 26, of the 3000 block of Oakford Ave. in Northwest Baltimore.Each man was fined $5,000, which was reduced by Judge David Mitchell to $1,000.
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February 8, 1996
A 16-year-old Severn boy was charged Tuesday as an adult in a shooting attack on another 16-year-old, county police said.Police said four youths began shooting at David Mitchell, of the 8300 block of Pioneer Drive, as he walked down his street shortly before 6 p.m. Monday.David identified one of his assailants. Police are still looking for the others.Maurice Brown, of the 1900 block of Arwell Court, was charged with assault, assault with intent to murder and reckless endangerment.Police said they did not recover a weapon.
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By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | December 15, 2001
WASHINGTON - A 24-year-old drug dealer pleaded guilty yesterday to killing an undercover Maryland trooper, admitting he gunned down the father of three without "a second thought" after calmly taking a last drag on a cigarette. During an emotional hearing in a courtroom packed with troopers, federal agents and family members, Kofi Apea Orleans-Lindsay of Silver Spring was sentenced to life in prison without parole in the death last year of Cpl. Edward M. Toatley. Federal prosecutors had been expected to seek the death penalty in the case but said yesterday that they entered into a plea agreement to spare friends and family members the emotional trauma of a lengthy trial and to ensure that Orleans-Lindsay would never leave prison.
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By Justin Karp, Capital News Service | October 13, 2010
COLLEGE PARK — Police arrested a Kensington man early Wednesday in the stabbing of four men near the Thirsty Turtle bar, in what police are describing as a worsening trend of alcohol-fueled incidents in College Park. Prince George's County police charged Leonardo Alonso Ramos, 21, with three counts of attempted second-degree murder and four counts each of first-degree assault and intent to injure with a dangerous weapon. One of the stabbing victims is Leonardo Ramos' older brother, Jose Ramos, 23, police said Wednesday.
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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | February 18, 2001
Six officers carried the casket of one of their own, as hundreds stood saluting slain Sheriff's Deputy Jason C. Schwenz - honored and buried yesterday as one of the state's fallen heroes. A nurse from Beltsville and a retired homemaker from Timonium were among scores of Marylanders who stood in the whipping wind to pay respects to the 28-year-old deputy from Queen Anne's County who was shot and killed, along with Centreville Police Officer Michael Nickerson, as they responded to a noise complaint last week.
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | July 30, 1996
Maryland State Police Superintendent David B. Mitchell yesterday fired a major who was convicted by an administrative board last month of sexually harassing six female troopers and a departmental secretary, going beyond the panel's recommendation that he just be demoted.Maj. Edward E. "Earl" Dennis Jr., 44, the highest- ranking state police supervisor ever to be charged with sexual harassment, served in the Bureau of Drug and Criminal Enforcement in Columbia. A 22-year veteran, Dennis had been accused of exposing himself to a female trooper in his office, hugging and kissing other female troopers against their will and repeatedly running his fingers through the hair of the secretary.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2013
Barton S. Mitchell, a retired asphalt paving company executive who was active in Maryland Republican politics and enjoyed collecting vintage cars, died Sunday of lung cancer at his Lutherville home. He was 73. "Bart was just a larger-than-life character who sucked all the air out of the room and loved playing the part of the 'Big Cheeeze,' which those who knew him called him. Everything with Bart was big, big, and I will miss him," said former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., a longtime friend.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 9, 1998
Seven African-American motorists have joined a federal class action suit filed against state police over the alleged practice of making race-based traffic stops along Interstate 95 in Maryland, the American Civil Liberties Union announced yesterday.The three women and four men joined 11 plaintiffs in a suit filed June 4 by the state and national ACLU in U.S. District Court in Baltimore.The suit alleges troopers used race-based profiling in drug searches along I-95 from 1992 through last year.
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May 11, 1998
The 37 troopers who have died in the line of duty will be honored by the Maryland State Police today as part of National Law Enforcement Officer's Memorial Week.The name of Raymond G. Armstead Jr., a state trooper killed in a car accident in March, will be added to a permanent memorial in a ceremony at 11: 30 a.m. at Maryland State Police headquarters, 1201 Reisterstown Road.Gov. Parris N. Glendening, Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Col. David B. Mitchell of the Maryland State Police and the families of the officers will participate in the remembrance.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 24, 1997
A top Baltimore police commander has been elected to head the Maryland Chiefs of Police Association, a politically active group representing 200 top police executives in the state.Col. Steven A. Crumrine, who is one of two commanders of the patrol bureau, will serve as president for a year. The new vice president is Col. David B. Mitchell, superintendent of the Maryland State Police.The group represents the concerns of police executives in the General Assembly, and Crumrine said he plans to work closely with elected officials.
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