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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | January 1, 2014
A father and son were gunned down on Wednesday afternoon in Southwest Baltimore, the city's first two homicide victims of 2014. The shooting was reported at about 3 p.m. in the 3900 block of Edmondson Ave., and police said the victims were 48 and 21 years old. One was shot in the head, and the other was struck multiple times. A neighbor, Doreatha Chapman, 74, said the victims were a father and his son, which police later confirmed. Their identities were not immediately released.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2014
Mike Locksley always has tried to play one role with his four children: dad. The Maryland football team's offensive coordinator has been successful in that regard with his daughter, Kori, an Olympic Development Program soccer player who already has eight Division I scholarship offers after her freshman year at Olney's Good Counsel High. His three sons have been a different story. Having already coached his two oldest in college - Michael Jr. at Illinois and Meiko at New Mexico, each for two seasons - Locksley now is weighing the possibility of coaching his youngest son. But when it comes to Kai Locksley, he has to avoid a role that has brought him much acclaim in his coaching career: recruiter.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Blair Ames, Baltimore Sun Media Group | May 6, 2013
Federal investigators began examining Monday the wreckage of a two-seater, home-built airplane that crashed Sunday in Virginia, killing a man from Davidsonville and his son from Westminster, the father of 10 children. On Saturday, experimental airplane owner and pilot Barry Raymond Newgent, 73, and his passenger and son, Thomas Barry Newgent, 51, were bound for the Virginia Regional Festival of Flight, a weekend air show. The other small airplanes in a group of four traveling from Maryland arrived safely.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | April 23, 2014
Angry at a father who had been nagging him about getting a job, Darius Rodmond Keenan Jr. allegedly killed the Pasadena resident with a single gunshot to the head in 2012, prosecutors claimed Wednesday in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. Keenan is on trial for first-degree murder and gun charges related to the death of his father, Darius "Rodney" Keenan Sr., a correctional officer six months away from retirement. Prosecutors said the father and son had been estranged for years, with the son raised in South Carolina by his mother.
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By Robert H. Deluty | June 16, 1995
He died. He was too youngTo experience retirementand daughters-in-law;To enjoy grandchildren` and peace of mind.He died. I was too youngTo ask him to detail hisparents and childhood,dreams and disappointments;To tell him directly thatMy pride in him was surpassed( Only by my love for him.Both too young. Now too late.@
SPORTS
By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | November 26, 2011
Mike Dodson will be following a family tradition when he enlists next month in the U.S. Navy. His grandfather, James Dodson, served in the Navy during World War II. His uncle, James Jr., was on a Navy ship that was part of the blockade during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Last weekend, Dodson and his father, Steve, carried on another tradition - fishing together in the Maryland Saltwater Sportfishermen's Association's Chesapeake Bay Fall Classic. Steve Dodson, 52, figured it would be the last time they fished in a tournament together before his 21-year-old son left to pursue a military career.
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November 17, 1992
A 31-year-old man and his nearly year-old son were killed yesterday when the car the man was driving on East Cold Spring Lane crashed into the back of an oil tanker making a turn into a service station, city police said.Police said the father, Michael Aaron Wade Price, of the 3900 block of Dudley Ave., died at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center at 6:53 p.m.His son, Michael Anthony Price, of the same address and whose first birthday would have been Nov. 26, died at Johns Hopkins Hospital at 6:21 p.m.Police said Mr. Price was eastbound in the 1100 block of E. Cold Spring Lane at 5:40 p.m. when he struck the rear of the tanker truck driven by Edward Anthony Collins, 24, of Hyattsville, who was turning left to enter the driveway of an Amoco station.
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By Rona Kobell | September 1, 2007
A father and son were killed yesterday afternoon on the Eastern Shore after a dump truck rear-ended their vehicle, state police said yesterday. The accident in Queen Anne's County, near the Talbot County border, happened about 1:40 p.m. on eastbound Route 404, a partially divided highway that has long been considered one of the Shore's most dangerous roads. The truck was traveling east in Queen Anne's near Pinder Road when the driver failed to stop at a traffic backup, hitting several stopped cars, said State Police Cpl. Art Lohman.
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By Dail Willis and Dail Willis,SUN STAFF | February 26, 1999
A father and son have been convicted in the fatal shooting of a Baltimore County teen-ager and the wounding of her mother in a scheme aimed at collecting life insurance benefits, prosecutors said.Convicted of murder, attempted murder and conspiracy to murder were Donald Williams, 52, of the first block of Franklin Valley Circle in Reisterstown, and his son Maurice Bernard Williams, 29, of Lynchburg, Va., said Assistant State's Attorney Mickey Norman.The two were charged with the shootings Aug. 30, 1990, of Donald Williams' wife, Pamela Williams, and her 17-year-old daughter, Tiffany Chisholm, at their home.
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August 3, 1995
Prince George's County police are investigating the shooting deaths of a father and his son whose bodies were found yesterdayinside their District Heights auto dealership.Pronounced dead at the scene, K & B Motors in the 6200 block of Marlboro Pike, were Irving Higgs, 72, and his son, Barry Higgs, 36, both of Temple Hills. Police said a customer discovered the bodies lying on the floor about 4:15 p.m.Police had no motive for the slayings and had no suspects in custody.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | April 15, 2014
Six people were rescued from the cold, choppy Magothy River on Sunday evening after their small boat was swamped with waves and sank, police said. Two couples and two children were headed back to shore after spending the afternoon on Dobbins Island, when their 16-foot open boat started taking on water from three-foot waves, said Candus Thomson , a spokeswoman for the Maryland Natural Resources Police. Three of the adults and the children abandoned the sinking boat and swam back to Dobbins Island.
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Susan Reimer | March 19, 2014
Adam Lanza's father has broken his silence and, as we did in the immediate aftermath of the Newtown school shootings, we misunderstand. Peter Lanza reached out to author Andrew Solomon of The New Yorker at the first anniversary of the day when his 20-year-old son shot his mother, six teachers, 20 little kids and himself. They spent the next six months talking as the exacting Mr. Lanza clicked through the timeline of Adam's life, trying to understand what had happened. In the end, the father was no more successful than any of the experts who tried to explain the inexplicable.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | February 28, 2014
When the father-and-son team of Michael Vaters Jr. and Sr. go out for a ride together, people notice. That's what happens when what you're riding is a six-ton Monster Jam truck, complete with 60-inch tires and a steel cage where the driver's seat should be - a truck that seems to divide its time equally between being airborne and smashing other cars and trucks beneath its tonnage. This weekend at the Baltimore Arena, the Vaterses will be joining about a half-dozen of their Monster Jam brethren for the sort of rip-snorting good time that can be realized only when massive machines go flying through the air, groaning and snorting in a sort of Transformers-like scenario.
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By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | February 7, 2014
A father and son who were part of a criminal enterprise that sold narcotics out of a Southwest Baltimore auto body shop pleaded guilty this week to federal drug and burglary charges. Chad Paschall, 28, of Baltimore pleaded guilty on Friday to conspiring to distribute oxycodone and to commit bank burglary; his father, David Paschall, 54, of Catonsville, pleaded guilty to similar charges on Thursday, the U.S. Attorney's Office said. David Paschall operated Paschall's Auto Body Shop at 801 Desoto Road, Baltimore, where authorities said it was widely known as a marketplace for oxycodone, cocaine, heroin and other drugs.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | January 2, 2014
The father and son who were fatally shot on New Year's Day in Southwest Baltimore were pronounced dead 15 minutes apart, police said. The men were identified as Frank Anthony Turner, 48, and Anthony Dionne Turner, 21, both of the 1500 block of Shields Place in West Baltimore, according to police. Police said the men were standing in the 3900 block of Edmondson Ave. at about 3:20 p.m. when an unknown person opened fire on them. Police have not released a possible motive in the shooting or a description of the gunman, but police spokesman Capt.
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By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | September 2, 2013
A Mount Airy man was arrested Monday on suspicion that he might have fatally stabbed his father after a violent fight spilled onto the lawn of the home that the pair shared. Joseph W. Pine, 31, of 706 Bridlewreath Way, was expected to be charged Tuesday with first and second degree murder according to Greg Shipley, a spokesman for the Maryland State Police. The suspect's father, Michael J. Pine, 63, was found slumped on his front porch at 3 p.m. Monday with "obvious trauma" to his upper torso, Shipley said.
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By Karyn Spellman and Karyn Spellman,Capitol News Service | December 5, 1993
FREDERICK -- Larry Hogan Jr. vowed he would run again for Congress on election night in 1992 after losing to 5th District Democratic Rep. Steny Hoyer.But his effort to build on the Hogan political legacy -- started by his father, Larry Hogan Sr., a former congressman and county executive -- could be overshadowed.The elder Mr. Hogan also will run in 1994 for a Maryland congressional seat. He said recently he will challenge friend and 6th District Republican Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett.Neither Hogan has officially announced his candidacy, but both have made it clear they intend to run for the GOP nominations.
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By Tricia Bishop, The Baltimore Sun | July 4, 2011
Milton Tillman Jr. and his namesake son, who co-ran Four Aces Bail Bonds in Baltimore, will be sentenced Friday in federal court for tax fraud, after a judge last week denied their request for a delay. Prosecutors plan to request a 51-month prison term for the elder Tillman, according to a plea agreement, and a year-long term for the younger man, to be served through community-based detention so he can keep the bail bonds company running. Both men pleaded guilty in December, with Tillman Jr. admitting to filing a false tax return, wire fraud and unlawfully engaging in the insurance industry, while Milton Tillman III pleaded guilty to one count of failing to file a tax return.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | August 25, 2013
Greg Dean was away in college at Salisbury University when his father, Willy Dean, caught a bull shark in 2010. Greg shared the experience, but only vicariously. The younger Dean, who returned to the family's Southern Maryland home in Scotland after graduating this year and joined the family's commercial fishing business, got the same experience firsthand last week. Fishing off Point Lookout State Park early Tuesday, the Deans and friend Rich Riche pulled in two bull sharks that had become entangled in the 20-foot nets they use mostly to catch menhaden.
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