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November 16, 2003
On November 13, 2003, PATRICIA MARAE ANTOINE DENNEHY (nee Henderson), of Severna Park; beloved wife of the late Ignatius Patrick Dennehy; loving mother of Kevin, Timothy and the late Brian Dennehy, Kathleen Turczyk, Eileen Peri, Sheila Dennehy, Maureen Eversmier and Geraldine O'Hara. Also survived by 15 grandchildren. The family will receive visitors at the Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Ave S.W. (at Crain Highway) Glen Burnie, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM on Sunday . A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church on Monday at 11:30 AM. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
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By LAURA VECSEY | June 17, 2005
A DEAD MAN, left lying in a field, shot twice: That's where life ended two years ago for Patrick Dennehy, the former Baylor University basketball player whose murder was the tragic centerpiece of the worst college sports scandal in history. And now this: a convicted man, Carlton Eric Dotson, sentenced Wednesday in Waco, Texas, to 35 years in prison after pleading guilty to murder without a plea bargain, without a trial. This is the "resolution" for Dotson, from Hurlock, Md., who went to Waco to play basketball and instead ran into trouble, or became troubled, and now must pay for the death of his friend, his teammate.
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By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes. If informationhasn't been published about someone in your family who has passed away, please call Marc LeGoff at 761-1732 or 332-6211 or (800) 829-8000, Ext. 6211; you may also fax your information to us at 332-6677 | October 13, 1991
A Mass of Christian burial for Ignatius Patrick Dennehy of Glen Burnie will take place at 9 a.m. Monday at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Burial will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery.Mr. Dennehy, 71, died Oct. 10 at North Arundel Hospital of complications from pneumonia.Born in Philadelphia, Mr. Dennehy served in the U.S. Army during World War II and the Korean War. He lived locally for 26 years and worked as a personnel director at the IRS in Baltimore.Mr. Dennehy is predeceased by his son, Brian Dennehy.
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November 16, 2003
On November 13, 2003, PATRICIA MARAE ANTOINE DENNEHY (nee Henderson), of Severna Park; beloved wife of the late Ignatius Patrick Dennehy; loving mother of Kevin, Timothy and the late Brian Dennehy, Kathleen Turczyk, Eileen Peri, Sheila Dennehy, Maureen Eversmier and Geraldine O'Hara. Also survived by 15 grandchildren. The family will receive visitors at the Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Ave S.W. (at Crain Highway) Glen Burnie, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM on Sunday . A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church on Monday at 11:30 AM. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
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By Steve McKerrow and Steve McKerrow,Staff Writer | September 12, 1992
Whatever happened to fictional characters? You have to wonder with the arrival of the latest HBO world premiere film, "Teamster Boss: The Jackie Presser Story" (at 8 tonight on the premium cable service).Just a few weeks ago, also on HBO, we saw "Citizen Cohn," with James Woods in a scene-chewing performance as nasty McCarthy-era attorney Roy Cohn, who died in 1986. Later this year, Danny DeVito's "Hoffa" premieres in theaters, with Jack Nicholson as union leader Jimmy Hoffa, who died -- well, whenever.
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By THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS | July 31, 2003
CHESTERTOWN - Former Baylor basketball player Carlton Dotson, charged with murder in the shooting death of teammate Patrick Dennehy, said yesterday that he felt his friend had betrayed him and suggested that he acted in self-defense during a confrontation. "I thought he was my friend, but he betrayed me," Dotson said in a jailhouse interview with The Dallas Morning News. "If someone points a gun at you and shoots and it doesn't go off, what would you do? If someone is pointing a gun at you and they start putting more bullets into the gun, what would you do?"
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By FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM | July 8, 2003
WACO, Texas - Shortly before Baylor basketball player Patrick Dennehy disappeared last month, he told an assistant coach that he had twice been the victim of thefts, Dennehy's summer league coach said. Dennehy told assistant coach Rodney Belcher that his car stereo had been stolen and that cash had been taken from his apartment, said Nelson Washington of Redwood City, Calif., who coached the Bay Area Ballers, Dennehy's Amateur Athletic Union team. Washington said Belcher told him of Dennehy's complaints during a mid-June phone conversation after Dennehy disappeared.
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By WACO (TEXAS) TRIBUNE-HERALD | July 25, 2003
WACO, Texas - Baylor University has appointed a three-member compliance investigation committee to look into allegations the men's basketball program violated NCAA rules. The allegations, made earlier this week, stem from allegations that a Baylor coach told missing basketball player Patrick Dennehy his education and living expenses would be paid if he gave up his scholarship. The allegations involve Baylor assistant coach Rodney Belcher, who recruited Dennehy from New Mexico to Baylor.
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By Scott Gold and Scott Gold,LOS ANGELES TIMES | July 27, 2003
HOUSTON - Investigators searching a remote abandoned gravel pit outside Waco, Texas, discovered a body believed to be that of Baylor University basketball player Patrick James Dennehy II, who has been missing for six weeks, authorities said yesterday. The body was found Friday night, and investigators began combing the scene at first light yesterday, said Larry Lynch, sheriff of McLennan County. The body, which was at least partially submerged in water and "badly decomposed," was removed from the site and taken to a medical examiner's office in the Dallas area, Lynch said.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer Staff writer David Michael Ettlin contributed to this article | November 5, 1993
Five Annapolis Middle School students were charged with food poisoning after serving a batch of just-baked cookies sprinkled with liquid dish detergent to the principal, a teacher and some fellow students.The eighth-graders, apparently dissatisfied with how their home economics class assignment had turned out, decided to squirt dish washing liquid on the cookies and offer them to unsuspecting students and teachers, officials said."One of the students thought that if they swallowed the tainted cookies, bubbles would come from the mouths of the people that ate them," Anne Arundel County Lt. Ray A. Pearson said.
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By LAURA VECSEY | August 22, 2003
PATRICK DENNEHY and Carlton Dotson were Baylor University teammates. They were friends. Now Dennehy is dead and Dotson is in a Kent County jail after a Maryland judge this week granted a 60-day stay of extradition to Texas, where the death penalty is always an option. Friends and teammates, now separated by two bullets plugged into the side of Dennehy's head and murder charges for Dotson. These facts alone make this one of the saddest stories you'll ever read, at least on the sports pages.
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By THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS | July 31, 2003
CHESTERTOWN - Former Baylor basketball player Carlton Dotson, charged with murder in the shooting death of teammate Patrick Dennehy, said yesterday that he felt his friend had betrayed him and suggested that he acted in self-defense during a confrontation. "I thought he was my friend, but he betrayed me," Dotson said in a jailhouse interview with The Dallas Morning News. "If someone points a gun at you and shoots and it doesn't go off, what would you do? If someone is pointing a gun at you and they start putting more bullets into the gun, what would you do?"
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By Scott Gold and Scott Gold,LOS ANGELES TIMES | July 27, 2003
HOUSTON - Investigators searching a remote abandoned gravel pit outside Waco, Texas, discovered a body believed to be that of Baylor University basketball player Patrick James Dennehy II, who has been missing for six weeks, authorities said yesterday. The body was found Friday night, and investigators began combing the scene at first light yesterday, said Larry Lynch, sheriff of McLennan County. The body, which was at least partially submerged in water and "badly decomposed," was removed from the site and taken to a medical examiner's office in the Dallas area, Lynch said.
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By WACO (TEXAS) TRIBUNE-HERALD | July 25, 2003
WACO, Texas - Baylor University has appointed a three-member compliance investigation committee to look into allegations the men's basketball program violated NCAA rules. The allegations, made earlier this week, stem from allegations that a Baylor coach told missing basketball player Patrick Dennehy his education and living expenses would be paid if he gave up his scholarship. The allegations involve Baylor assistant coach Rodney Belcher, who recruited Dennehy from New Mexico to Baylor.
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By Ryan Davis, Chris Guy and Heather Dewar and Ryan Davis, Chris Guy and Heather Dewar,SUN STAFF | July 23, 2003
Texas authorities on horseback and foot searched a gravel pit near Waco yesterday for the body of missing Baylor basketball player Patrick Dennehy as his former teammate, Marylander Carlton Dotson, was held without bail in Chestertown on murder charges. A Kent County judge said yesterday morning that a hearing would be held within 30 days to determine whether Dotson would be extradited to Texas to face charges that could bring the death penalty. A Texas arrest warrant says Dotson, who helped his high school team win a state championship, admitted killing Dennehy, a friend and former roommate.
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By THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS | July 11, 2003
WACO, Texas - With Patrick Dennehy's empty locker behind him, Baylor men's basketball coach Dave Bliss yesterday again defended his staff's actions before the disappearance of the player, rejecting assertions by family members that the staff ignored threats against him. Bliss said he's convinced that police do not consider any of his current players suspects in Dennehy's disappearance. "They continue to support what they said several days ago: that there's no basketball player with our program that is considered a suspect, and I believe that," Bliss said.
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By THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS | July 11, 2003
WACO, Texas - With Patrick Dennehy's empty locker behind him, Baylor men's basketball coach Dave Bliss yesterday again defended his staff's actions before the disappearance of the player, rejecting assertions by family members that the staff ignored threats against him. Bliss said he's convinced that police do not consider any of his current players suspects in Dennehy's disappearance. "They continue to support what they said several days ago: that there's no basketball player with our program that is considered a suspect, and I believe that," Bliss said.
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By LAURA VECSEY | June 17, 2005
A DEAD MAN, left lying in a field, shot twice: That's where life ended two years ago for Patrick Dennehy, the former Baylor University basketball player whose murder was the tragic centerpiece of the worst college sports scandal in history. And now this: a convicted man, Carlton Eric Dotson, sentenced Wednesday in Waco, Texas, to 35 years in prison after pleading guilty to murder without a plea bargain, without a trial. This is the "resolution" for Dotson, from Hurlock, Md., who went to Waco to play basketball and instead ran into trouble, or became troubled, and now must pay for the death of his friend, his teammate.
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By Lawson Taitte and Lawson Taitte,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | July 8, 2003
NEW YORK - In an interview days before the Tony Awards ceremony last month, Brian Dennehy said he didn't expect to win the best actor nod. He declared that had he voted, it would have been for Eddie Izzard, a fellow nominee, for his work in A Day in the Death of Joe Egg. But Dennehy did win. And he even gloated a bit in his acceptance speech, saying to Izzard, "You're the man," adding after a well-timed pause, "I guess." Whether he was poking fun at the British comic for routines performed in a dress, or not-so-subtly rubbing in his victory against the odds, Dennehy was clearly pleased.
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By FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM | July 8, 2003
WACO, Texas - Shortly before Baylor basketball player Patrick Dennehy disappeared last month, he told an assistant coach that he had twice been the victim of thefts, Dennehy's summer league coach said. Dennehy told assistant coach Rodney Belcher that his car stereo had been stolen and that cash had been taken from his apartment, said Nelson Washington of Redwood City, Calif., who coached the Bay Area Ballers, Dennehy's Amateur Athletic Union team. Washington said Belcher told him of Dennehy's complaints during a mid-June phone conversation after Dennehy disappeared.
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