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By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,SUN STAFF | February 24, 2005
An East Baltimore woman who pleaded guilty to fatally beating her 20-month-old son was sentenced yesterday in Baltimore Circuit Court to six years in prison. Camille Marie Bivins and her boyfriend, Timothy Horne, both were charged with first-degree murder and child abuse resulting in death for killing Messiah Wright more than two years ago. Bivins, 25, pleaded guilty in September to child abuse resulting in death. Judge Roger W. Brown sentenced her yesterday to a 10-year prison term and suspended all but six years.
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By Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun | May 29, 2014
A judge in Cambridge has upheld Maryland's curbs on catching menhaden, rejecting claims by a pair of watermen that the restrictions were unconstitutional. Following a day-long hearing Wednesday in Dorchester Circuit Court, Judge David Mitchell, a retired Baltimore Circuit Court jurist, ruled in favor of the state's action last year to curtail the commercial catch of the unsavory but ecologically important fish. Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler, whose office represented the Department of Natural Resources, hailed the ruling as a "victory for the health of the Chesapeake Bay. " Natural Resources Secretary Joseph P. Gill said the judge had confirmed his department's authority to limit the menhaden catch in keeping with a decision by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission to ease fishing pressure coastwide.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2012
A 65-year-old Linthicum man who molested a 9-year-old girl and exchanged more than 200 text messages with an undercover detective pretending to be her pleaded guilty Thursday to using a cell phone to coerce a minor to engage in sexual activity, according to a news release from U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein's office. David Mitchell Rowe admitted to police that he had molested the girl and other young girls in past years, and that he is attracted to minors, the prosecutor's office said.
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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 RAFAEL ALVAREZ and RAFAEL ALVAREZ,SUN STAFF | June 9, 1999
An unused, concrete pedestrian bridge was hit by a tractor-trailer and collapsed on the Baltimore Beltway in Arbutus at the height of yesterday's evening rush hour, killing one driver and injuring three other people traveling the crowded highway.Police said the accident on the inner loop occurred when a huge Caterpillar backhoe on the back of a flatbed truck struck the underside of the Maiden Choice footbridge, which spans Interstate 695 at Shelbourne Road.The backhoe's boom hit the bridge and appeared to lift it up before it came crashing down, a witness said.
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By Tim Craig and Tim Craig,SUN STAFF | February 8, 2000
After a mistrial in which 11 of 12 jurors decided Alpna Patel was not guilty of murder, the state's attorney's office has decided to retry the Canadian dentist accused of killing her husband in March. Prosecutors, who will try Patel on charges of second-degree murder and manslaughter, made their request yesterday morning to Circuit Judge David Mitchell. The judge set June 5 for the new trial. The first trial ended Friday with a deadlocked jury when the lone male juror held out for a guilty verdict on the manslaughter charge.
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By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2010
Police reported few leads Friday in the fatal shooting of a teenager Thursday night on a sidewalk in a public housing complex in West Baltimore, the fourth youth killed in the city this year. David Mitchell, 16, was pronounced dead at Maryland Shock Trauma Center shortly after being shot at least once in the upper body in the 800 block of W. Lexington St. a few minutes after 11 p.m., according to police. Officer Nicole Monroe, a police spokeswoman, said officers responding to 911 calls for a shooting found Mitchell lying on the sidewalk at the Poe Homes public housing complex.
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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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