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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,sun reporter | January 3, 2007
Kevin Enright, the spokesman for Maryland's attorney general, whose brother Michael is Gov.-elect Martin O'Malley's chief of staff, is Howard County's new communications director. County Executive Ken Ulman announced the move yesterday. Enright, 41, of Towson, will replace Victoria Goodman, a 30-year county employee who held the post for the past eight years. Goodman will remain working this month, Ulman said, to provide a smooth transition. "I'm really excited that Kevin accepted our offer," Ulman said.
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By Edward Lee | April 19, 2012
Despite boasting a defense headlined by junior close defensemen Tucker Durkin and Chris Lightner, sophomore long-stick midfielder Jack Reilly and junior goalkeeper Pierce Bassett, No. 9 Johns Hopkins isn't shy about tweaking that unit. The Blue Jays (9-2) have started freshman defenseman Robert Enright in each of their last two contests. Senior Gavin Crisafulli, who had started the previous nine contests, has come off the bench to rotate with Enright and play on the team's man-down unit.
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By Doug Donovan and Doug Donovan,sun reporter | November 16, 2006
Gov.-elect Martin O'Malley is expected today to name Michael R. Enright - his friend since high school and top City Hall adviser - as chief of staff for his incoming administration in Annapolis. O'Malley is scheduled to announce the appointment and the formation of his transition steering committee at a news conference at noon today in downtown Baltimore. O'Malley officials would not discuss Enright's promotion, but a source familiar with the decision confirmed that the first deputy mayor was set to take the job. Enright and O'Malley have been close friends since they attended Gonzaga College High School in Washington together nearly 30 years ago. A hungry homeless man broke the ice between O'Malley and Enright as they waited for a bus home at DuPont Circle at the end of their freshman year.
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By From Baltimore Sun staff reports | November 1, 2008
Davidsonville man, 29, dies after Jeep hits tree 2 A Davidsonville man died after his Jeep hit a tree in Anne Arundel County, police said yesterday. Timothy Aloysius Desmond Jr., 29, of the 1500 block of Themes Drive was westbound on Riva Road about 8:30 p.m. Thursday when his 2003 Jeep Cherokee missed a turn, veered off the right side of the road and hit a tree. Desmond was pronounced dead at Anne Arundel Medical Center. Anne Arundel police said they did not think speed or alcohol were contributing factors to the crash and said it is still under investigation.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | April 20, 2001
A city police officer's service weapon, which was left inside his stolen personal car, was recovered yesterday in a Northeast Baltimore house. His handcuffs were found in a sewer nearby. Officer Brian M. Pedrick's 1999 Dodge Neon was stolen about 11 p.m. Monday in front of his home in Dundalk, police said. Inside the car was Pedrick's official 9 mm Glock handgun and handcuffs. The car was recovered early Tuesday in the 3300 block of Noble St. in Southeast Baltimore, said Kevin Enright, a police spokesman.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | August 26, 2001
An eight-year Baltimore police veteran who shot a man twice early yesterday in the Carroll Park neighborhood has been placed on administrative leave while the department investigates the shooting. Police said that the officer, Franklin E. Jerrell, 32, fired two shots at a man who had a pellet gun under his shirt, striking him in the right arm and torso. Jerrell, assigned to the Southwestern District, warned the man three times to show his hands and drop to the ground before he fired, said police spokesman Kevin J. Enright.
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By Gerard Shields and Gerard Shields,SUN STAFF | October 30, 2000
After Baltimore discharged millions of gallons of untreated sewage into a Chesapeake Bay tributary recently, Deputy Mayor Michael R. Enright marched into the offending pumping station seeking answers. With Mayor Martin O'Malley out of town, Enright had new guidelines crafted, before his boss returned, on how such incidents should be immediately reported in the future. "Irritated would be an understatement," O'Malley spokesman Tony White said of Enright's reaction to the incident. "He takes it personally, and he has definitely developed a reputation as a no-nonsense guy who wants improvement."
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 15, 2000
A Baltimore man who allegedly threatened his mother with a knife surrendered peacefully to police yesterday after a standoff that lasted several hours, police said. Earl Lucas, 29, was being held yesterday after he was arrested on an outstanding warrant. Police said he threatened to kill himself and his mother inside her home in the 3800 block of Ravenwood Ave. According to police spokesman Kevin Enright, a bail bondsman arrived at the home around 10 a.m. because Lucas was wanted for failure to appear in court.
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By Peter Hermann and Gerard Shields and Peter Hermann and Gerard Shields,SUN STAFF | September 1, 2000
The younger brother of Mayor Martin O'Malley's top aide has been hired as the $60,000-a-year assistant director of public affairs for the Baltimore Police Department, an appointment that is raising questions about nepotism at City Hall. Kevin J. Enright, 34, who was hired by the city police Aug. 10, is the brother of First Deputy Mayor Michael R. Enright, 37, who has been O'Malley's close friend since high school and was best man at the mayor's wedding. Meanwhile, O'Malley's younger brother, Peter, has been working side by side with the elder Enright to computerize city services.
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By Howard Libit and Howard Libit,SUN STAFF | November 10, 2001
An argument between two groups of youths spilled out of Baltimore's Northern High School yesterday morning and escalated into a violent brawl, severely injuring a freshman. By the time city and school police arrived, 15-year-old Willis Reese was lying on pavement about 100 yards from the school's entrance, suffering from a fractured skull. Reese, who lives in the 5300 block of Midwood Ave., was listed in critical condition last night at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The fight broke out about 9 a.m. yesterday as classes were beginning, police spokesman Kevin Enright said.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,sun reporter | January 3, 2007
Kevin Enright, the spokesman for Maryland's attorney general, whose brother Michael is Gov.-elect Martin O'Malley's chief of staff, is Howard County's new communications director. County Executive Ken Ulman announced the move yesterday. Enright, 41, of Towson, will replace Victoria Goodman, a 30-year county employee who held the post for the past eight years. Goodman will remain working this month, Ulman said, to provide a smooth transition. "I'm really excited that Kevin accepted our offer," Ulman said.
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By Doug Donovan and Doug Donovan,sun reporter | November 16, 2006
Gov.-elect Martin O'Malley is expected today to name Michael R. Enright - his friend since high school and top City Hall adviser - as chief of staff for his incoming administration in Annapolis. O'Malley is scheduled to announce the appointment and the formation of his transition steering committee at a news conference at noon today in downtown Baltimore. O'Malley officials would not discuss Enright's promotion, but a source familiar with the decision confirmed that the first deputy mayor was set to take the job. Enright and O'Malley have been close friends since they attended Gonzaga College High School in Washington together nearly 30 years ago. A hungry homeless man broke the ice between O'Malley and Enright as they waited for a bus home at DuPont Circle at the end of their freshman year.
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By ANNIE LINSKEY and ANNIE LINSKEY,SUN REPORTER | July 27, 2006
An employee in his 50s was found dead yesterday at a talent agency in Hanover, and Anne Arundel County police said he might have been slain. Police would not identify the victim because his family hadn't been notified, police said. The man was found about 9 a.m. by a 20-year-old employee arriving at the business, Annapolis Talent Agency/Kidz in the Biz, police said. Homicide detectives and two mobile crime lab units were sent to the office complex, the Baltimore Commons Business Park on the 7400 block of New Ridge Road.
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By NICOLE FULLER and NICOLE FULLER,SUN REPORTER | March 20, 2006
Maryland and eight other states have reached a $171 million settlement with an insurance company accused of inflating prices and fixing bids on commercial insurance policies, the Maryland attorney general's office said yesterday. Zurich American Insurance Co. has agreed to pay $151 million to the defrauded companies - with about $2.8 million paid to businesses in Maryland - to settle allegations of bid-rigging and price-fixing, said Kevin Enright, a spokesman for Maryland Attorney General J. Joseph Curran Jr. Zurich will pay an additional $20 million to the states for investigative costs.
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By Bill Ordine and Bill Ordine,SUN STAFF | July 12, 2005
LAS VEGAS - For the first five hours of the second round of the World Series of Poker main event Sunday, Barbara Enright - the only woman to ever reach the final table of the famous No Limit Texas Hold 'em championship - played exactly four hands. Considering Enright's typically aggressive style, this was the poker equivalent of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning throwing four passes in the first half of a football game. Never looking at anything better than a pair of eights as her hole cards, Enright saw her stack of chips dwindle to $2,500.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | March 18, 2005
A sixth former state employee was charged yesterday with taking bribes from Stone Cold Chemical, Attorney General J. Joseph Curran Jr. announced yesterday. Prosecutors filed a criminal information in Garrett County Circuit Court accusing Lori Hare, 34, of Grantsville of using her state credit card to buy supplies from the company for the State Highway Administration's maintenance shop in Accident. In return, she was given hundreds of dollars in Wal-Mart and Lowe's gift certificates from Stone Cold, prosecutors say. She faces up to 12 years in prison.
NEWS
August 25, 2000
The Baltimore Police Department and Fox 45 television are sponsoring the second annual "Charm City Cinema" at 6 p.m. today in Druid Hill Park near Safety City. The free event's theme this year is back-to-school safety, said Kevin Enright, a Police Department spokesman. A highlight of the event is the animated movie "Iron Giants," which will be shown at 8:30 p.m. Also featured will be entertainment booths, the Police Department's dog and mounted units, and representatives from the Fire Department, Enoch Pratt Free Library, the Department of Public Works, The Department of Recreation and Parks and the public schools.
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By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,SUN STAFF | January 13, 2005
Robert Franklin Miller, a con artist who has posed as a chiropractor, a lawyer and a world karate champion, was convicted this week in connection with another fraudulent scheme. He pleaded guilty Tuesday in Baltimore County Circuit Court to four counts of felony theft -- charges that stem from a phony real estate business he operated from the summer of 2001 through the spring of 2002. Miller is scheduled to be sentenced March 16 and under terms of the plea agreement could receive up to 12 years in prison.
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By Doug Donovan and Doug Donovan,SUN STAFF | August 12, 2004
Mayor Martin O'Malley's top executive met with Comptroller Joan M. Pratt yesterday to hash out how the two elected officials' staffs can work together to improve audits of city agencies. The two sides agreed that the administration should be pushing city agencies to fully cooperate with Pratt's auditors to root out inefficiencies. But Pratt and city auditor Yovonda Brooks expressed continuing concern with an administration policy to counter audits. "The Administration's proposal will hinder the audit process by impairing the integrity of the report response and creating delays in the completion of the audit," Pratt and Brooks wrote in a letter to First Deputy Mayor Michael R. Enright after their meeting with him. The meeting was prompted by Enright's Aug. 4 e-mail directive to all department heads asking to be fully informed of Brooks' audits.
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