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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2014
Baltimore Police say a 73-year-old Northwest Baltimore man who was trying to break up a fight between his adult children was fatally stabbed by his son. Jerome Marlowe Jr., 43, was arrested at the scene, in the 4100 block of Chatham Road in Dorchester, and has been charged with killing his father, Jerome Marlowe Sr., and trying to kill his 31-year-old sister. Police said that the younger Marlowe agreed to speak with investigators, and said the stabbings had been committed in self-defense.
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By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | August 6, 2014
An attorney for a Howard County teenager accused of conspiring to kill her father said in court Wednesday that the girl was manipulated by her older boyfriend and that it would be unjust to try her as an adult. Prosecutors, though, say lawyers for 16-year-old Morgan Lane Arnold have put on a performance for the court, placing stuffed animals on the defense table as props to make the girl appear more childlike than she is. "It's a show," said prosecutor Danielle Duclaux. Arnold is currently charged as an adult with first-degree murder in the May 2013 death of her father, businessman and community blogger Dennis Lane, who lived in Ellicott City.
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By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | July 30, 2014
Morgan Lane Arnold said she was "glad" her father was dead and wished her boyfriend had also killed her father's girlfriend, a forensic psychiatrist testified in court Wednesday. The Howard County teenager was in a state of active psychosis when she made the comments about her father, Dennis Lane, said the psychiatrist, Neil Blumberg, who testified as an expert witness for the girl's defense. Arnold's lawyers are trying to get her case transferred to the juvenile system. The girl, now 16, is accused of asking her then-boyfriend, Jason Bulmer, to kill Lane.
FEATURES
By Liz Atwood, For The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2014
Creating a beautiful garden isn't a matter of luck. The winners of this year's Baltimore Sun garden contest prove it takes knowledge, artistry - and a strong back. These gardeners hoisted paving stones, moved heavy pots and cut logs from fallen trees in their quest to create beautiful spaces where they could relax, reflect and spend time with friends. Best Overall: John and Maureen Lalley, Ruxton John Lalley's children surprised him with an unusual Father's Day gift: They nominated his and his wife's garden for The Baltimore Sun's garden contest.
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By Janene Holzberg, For The Baltimore Sun | July 13, 2014
Fifty years after "The Addams Family" debuted on TV in black and white, John Astin still has that wild gleam in his eye and the same mischievous grin. With his thick mustache, albeit a white one, he could easily be Gomez Addams in his debonair golden years - minus the eyeliner, pinstriped suit and cigar. Now 84, the veteran actor recently told a rapt audience of student thespians at Glenelg High School what most people familiar with the popular show already suspected - a lot of his personality went into creating the patriarch of one of the oddest families ever on TV. Finding a part of yourself that you can meld into an authentic portrayal of a character is something all actors should pursue, he told the cast of the Columbia Center for Theatrical Arts' summer production of the Broadway musical based on the 1964-1966 series.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | July 4, 2014
In five decades growing up and living in Baltimore's crime-plagued west side, Gordon Wilder had never lost a relative to violence. The news in May that his first-born had been gunned down in a secluded area during a robbery sent a paralyzing jolt through his body, bringing him to his knees. In recent weeks, Wilder has been trying to come to grips with another shock: His son's killer, police say, is another one of his sons. Detectives arrested 26-year-old Brandon Wilder last month along with three others and charged them with conspiring to murder his half brother, Ramon Wilder.
SPORTS
By Mike Klingaman and The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2014
Periodically, Mike Pringle's phone beeps with a text message from a teammate on the Baltimore Stallions' 1995 Canadian Football League champions. Check this out , the message reads, followed by a link to game-action highlights of a gifted college basketball player. The texts are from Elfrid Payton Sr., the Stallions' star defensive end. The videos are of his son, Elfrid Jr., who's expected to be a first-round selection in Thursday's NBA draft. Pringle watches the highlights in awe. "He [Elfrid Sr.]
SPORTS
By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | June 14, 2014
Mike Farrell, the national recruiting director for Rivals.com, believes that Maryland has a chance to bring four-star recruit Kai Locksley to College Park in 2015. But Farrell said the negatives might outweigh the positives in terms of the way Terps coach Randy Edsall is trying to build his program and offensive coordinator Mike Locksley, Kai's father, does his job. The younger Locksley recently listed Maryland among the six schools he's considering. That list likely grew by one when Kai Locksley received an offer from Alabama on a visit this week to Tuscaloosa.
SPORTS
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.
NEWS
June 12, 2014
Leaning against a wall near a row of vacuums in his store, Morris Weiner winked at one of his customers and smiled mischievously. He nodded in the direction of his daughter, Jeri Cuffley, seated at a desk and gazing intently at a computer screen. "That Jeri, she's no damned good," Weiner said. "She's just a big mess. " Cuffley, however, simply ignored her father. When asked why, she shook her head and responded, "Because I know my father. I've met him once or twice. That's just how he is. " Weiner burst out laughing and shouted, "That's it, Jeri, you're out of the will!"
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