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By Arthur Hirsch and Jonathan Pitts and Baltimore Sun reporters | March 17, 2010
A Halethorpe man under indictment on weapons charges blasted his way into a Hampstead home with a shotgun Tuesday morning and killed his ex-wife's fiance and then himself, police said. Michael Leo Swift III, 45, pulled into the driveway in the 1200 block of Allview Drive, left the engine running in his dark-green Saturn and burst through a sliding-glass door in the back of the house with the 12-gauge shotgun. Police found Zaidan Stephen Asid, 51, dead in a first-floor family room, said Maryland State Police spokesman Greg Shipley.
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April 23, 2013
Aberdeen Christina S. Harris, 22, of the 100 block of Edmund Street, was charged Friday with theft between $1,000 and $10,000 and scheming to commit theft between $1,000 and $10,000. Jennifer N. Herron, 40, of the 200 block of Garner Drive, was charged Friday with disorderly conduct and failing to obey a reasonable and lawful order. Jylbeth Lynch, 28, of the first block of Smith Avenue, was charged Saturday with three counts of theft less than $1,000 and scheming to commit theft between $1,000 and $10,000.
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By Chicago Tribune | February 12, 1992
INDIANAPOLIS -- Probation authorities say they would call Mike Tyson's ex-wife, actress Robin Givens, in compiling a sentencing report before the boxer is sentenced March 6 on rape charges."
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | November 1, 2011
A Baltimore man was sentenced Tuesday to life without parole plus 30 years in prison for the murder of his former wife and setting her Columbia apartment ablaze. Handing down the maximum sentence, Howard County Circuit Judge Richard Bernhardt told Damon Willie White, 36, that he had committed a "horrible, horrible crime that requires an appropriate response. " Not only had White taken a mother from her four children and the rest of her family, the judge said, but he endangered others by putting gasoline and a match to his victim's Long Reach apartment and then did not take responsibility for his actions.
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff writer | January 22, 1991
A Pennsylvania man who pleaded guilty to killing his ex-wife's boyfriend with an ax will be deported to his native Korea under the terms of a plea agreement.Deuk Ho Kim had been charged with first-degree murder, but he pleaded guilty to manslaughter yesterday in county Circuit Court. Judge H. Chester Goudy Jr. sentenced Kim to five years in prison but said Kim could serve the first 18 months of the sentence in the county detention center, where he has been held since his arrest last August.
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May 25, 2002
HANOVER -- A Hanover man was arrested and charged with trying to fatally shoot his ex-wife yesterday, Anne Arundel County police said. Herman B. Cohen Jr., 45, of no fixed address was charged with attempted first-degree murder after shooting his ex-wife several times in the upper body during an argument at her house in Hanover shortly before 1 a.m., police said. County police spotted him in Fort Meade about 11 a.m. and arrested him. He was being held yesterday at the Anne Arundel County detention center.
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By Sarah Fisher and Sarah Fisher,sarah.fisher@baltsun.com | June 20, 2009
The ex-wife of a Glen Arm man entered his home Friday morning and shot him several times before the 66-year-old chased his attacker out of the house, tackled her and held the woman until officers arrived, Baltimore County police say. By late afternoon, Ronald G. Koontz died of his injuries after undergoing surgery at Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. Police said Koontz was shot in the stomach and a hand inside his home in the first block of Manor Springs Court. Koontz's teenage daughter was inside the home at the time and called 911 about 6:15 a.m., according to police.
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By SUSAN DEITZ | February 28, 1993
Q: My ex-wife married a man who appeared on the scene only a month ago. She said she was married civilly and plans a church wedding in the future. My concern is for our kids, 9 and 12. We have joint custody -- alternating every two weeks. (I think she told me the part about the church wedding so that she could live with her friend until then, with the kids in tow.)I wish her well, but the children do not know this man. I myself have never met him. Should I be worried?A: Concern is more fitting here, since you are not a long-distance parent and will be with your children two weeks out of every month to check on their welfare and provide stability.
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By From Staff Reports | July 14, 1995
Television and radio broadcaster Tom Davis will have to pay his ex-wife $20,000, according to a Baltimore County jury verdict a civil trial of her charges that he grabbed and choked her.Circuit Judge John F. Fader II granted a divorce in May to end the 21-year marriage of M. Thomas and Linda Davis, but ordered her assault and battery case against the Home Team Sports and WQSR-FM radio personality tried separately as a civil action.Mrs. Davis of Reisterstown said that her husband grabbed and choked her three times and twice pulled her out of their daughter's bedroom, where she was sleeping last year after their marriage fell apart.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 7, 2003
A Columbia man was being held on $500,000 bail after he was accused of shooting at his ex-wife, biting off part of her lip and assaulting their 6-year-old son at a Columbia apartment complex, a Howard County police spokeswoman said yesterday. Police charged Fernando Alphonso Carr, 42, of the 7200 block of Calm Sunset, with attempted second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault, and reckless endangerment in the incident Tuesday night, said Cpl. Lisa Myers, the spokeswoman. Police responded to the complex in the 5500 block of Columbia Road in Dorsey's Search village about 7:46 p.m. after receiving reports from neighbors of shots fired and screaming and crying at an apartment, police said.
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By Baltimore Sun staff | September 22, 2010
A man hurt in Columbia fire and charged in the death of his ex-wife earlier this month was denied bail Wednesday after his Tuesday arrest, police say. On Sept. 7, firefighters found Thelma Wynn, 34, and Damon Willie White, 35, inside an apartment in the 6000 block of Majors Lane in Columbia. Wynn was declared dead at the scene, and White was sent to Maryland Shock Trauma Center for treatment. Since both sustained injuries that were not from the fire, police investigated the case as a domestic dispute.
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By Baltimore Sun staff | September 8, 2010
A Columbia man has been charged with murder and arson in the death of his ex-wife and a subsequent fire at her condominium, according to Howard County police. Damon Willie White, who is in critical condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center, was charged Wednesday in the death of Thelma Wynn, 34, according to police spokesman Sherry Llewellyn. Firefighters arrived at a fire at Wynn's Columbia condominium in the 6000 block of Majors Lane at 2:42 p.m. Tuesday and found Wynn and 35-year-old White inside.
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By Arthur Hirsch and Jonathan Pitts and Baltimore Sun reporters | March 17, 2010
A Halethorpe man under indictment on weapons charges blasted his way into a Hampstead home with a shotgun Tuesday morning and killed his ex-wife's fiance and then himself, police said. Michael Leo Swift III, 45, pulled into the driveway in the 1200 block of Allview Drive, left the engine running in his dark-green Saturn and burst through a sliding-glass door in the back of the house with the 12-gauge shotgun. Police found Zaidan Stephen Asid, 51, dead in a first-floor family room, said Maryland State Police spokesman Greg Shipley.
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By Justin Fenton | justin.fenton@baltsun.com | January 12, 2010
Criminal charges against former Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Orlando "Zeus" Brown were dropped last week by Baltimore County prosecutors. Brown was arrested in September and charged with breaking into his ex-wife's home in August. On Wednesday, prosecutors dropped charges of fourth-degree burglary and malicious destruction of property under $500. Brown's attorney, Andrew Alperstein, said that Brown was able to use GPS information from his cell phone to prove that he wasn't in the area when the alleged break-in took place.
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By Justin Fenton | justin.fenton@baltsun.com | January 11, 2010
Criminal charges against former Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Orlando "Zeus" Brown were dropped last week by Baltimore County prosecutors. Brown was arrested in September and charged with breaking into his ex-wife's home in August. On Wednesday, prosecutors dropped charges of fourth-degree burglary and malicious destruction of property under $500. "I doubt I've ever had a client who more vehemently denied his involvement in a case," said Brown's attorney, Andrew Alperstein.
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By Nick Madigan and Nick Madigan,nick.madigan@baltsun.com | August 25, 2009
An Owings Mills man who spent years helping his parents run a summer camp in West Virginia was found shot to death over the weekend, Baltimore County police said Monday. Scott Michael Greenberg, 51, was discovered Saturday evening by his former wife in the home of his parents, Fred and Evelyn Greenberg, in the 2300 block of Velvet Valley Way, where he had been living, according to police spokesman William Toohey. Lisa Greenberg told police she had gone to the house to drop off the couple's two children, Brady, 8, and Hannah, 10. When they arrived, the door was locked and there was no sign of Greenberg.
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By Melissa Harris and Melissa Harris,SUN STAFF | July 13, 2005
An Ellicott City man once wanted by the FBI for faking his identity as a dentist was being held without bail yesterday at the Howard County Detention Center after turning himself in Saturday, claiming he had killed his ex-wife, Howard County police said. Ghafour "Billy" Asemani, 38, walked into police headquarters about 8 a.m. and told the officer at the front desk that he had killed Samira Salmassi, 38, the mother of his three children, that morning during an argument in which he struck her with a tape recorder and "placed his hands around her neck," according to court records.
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By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | January 12, 1998
On the day David L. Holland was arrested in the killing of his ex-wife almost a year ago, he told police, "I care for my ex-wife very much. People say my wife is afraid of me. That's a lie. I am not a murderer."Today, Holland, 40, goes on trial in Baltimore County Circuit Court, accused of killing Francesca A. Holland -- a woman he met in prison when she was working as a volunteer to help prisoners and he was serving time for rape and robbery.Francesca Holland, 58, was deputy director of Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland at the time of her death.
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By Sarah Fisher and Sarah Fisher,sarah.fisher@baltsun.com | June 20, 2009
The ex-wife of a Glen Arm man entered his home Friday morning and shot him several times before the 66-year-old chased his attacker out of the house, tackled her and held the woman until officers arrived, Baltimore County police say. By late afternoon, Ronald G. Koontz died of his injuries after undergoing surgery at Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. Police said Koontz was shot in the stomach and a hand inside his home in the first block of Manor Springs Court. Koontz's teenage daughter was inside the home at the time and called 911 about 6:15 a.m., according to police.
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By Nicole Fuller | April 25, 2008
An Anne Arundel County man who videotaped himself and his ex-wife in a sex act without her consent was spared jail time yesterday. William A. Hendry IV, 38, of Edgewater pleaded guilty to one count of illegal wiretapping before Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge William C. Mulford II, who sentenced him to a six-month suspended sentence, with one year of supervised probation. Hendry pleaded not guilty in January to two counts of illegal wiretapping and was scheduled to go to trial next week.
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