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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | October 13, 2010
There are 36 runners — 34 men and two women — who have run in every one of the previous nine Baltimore Marathons. Here's the story of five of those men, all locals who have different motivations and varied views on running 26.2 miles through the city's streets. The reluctant one Daniel Broh-Kahn hates running the Baltimore Marathon. "I'm miserable doing it," he said. "My shoulders hurt, My feet get tired. During the race I tell myself, 'The sooner I finish, the sooner I'm done.' And afterward, my first thought is, Now I don't have to do this for another year . "I'd much rather be at home, sitting on the couch.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2014
Baltimore police identified the victims of a Thursday night shooting in East Baltimore as two men from Northwest Baltimore, both of whom are expected to be added to a growing homicide tally four days into the new year. Police said the victims were Daries Williams, 27, and Nathanial Adams, 29, both of the 2500 block of Druid Park Drive in the Park Circle neighborhood. The men were both shot in the head around 9:15 p.m. in the 1800 block of North Patterson Park Ave., in the Broadway East neighborhood.
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By Tim Craig and Tim Craig,SUN STAFF | July 27, 2001
Two men were fatally shot early yesterday in the parking lot of a Woodlawn apartment complex, Baltimore County police said. Police said they were called to the Clarke Manor Apartment complex in the 2000 block of Summit Ave. about 1 a.m. for a reported shooting. When they arrived, Douglas L. Hebron, 20, of the 7700 block of Kidwell Court in Hanover, was found slumped over in a car in the parking lot. Another man, Lavonne K. Hall, 19, of Cherry Hill was found about 500 feet away. Both men were pronounced dead at the scene.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2013
The long white van veered out of control before buckling, shattering its windows, flipping four times and ejecting nine of its 11 passengers along a grass-lined interstate in Illinois on Monday morning — leaving five Baltimore men dead and several others badly injured. The men in the vehicle were traveling toward the East Coast from California, having been in Ontario, Canada, before that for a church convention, said Bruce Bowen, the Fayette County coroner, who pronounced the five Baltimore men dead at the scene along Interstate 70 in Vandalia, Ill. The Baltimore men who were killed in the crash, which garnered national media attention, were identified as Emerson Baldwin, 54; Andrew Canada, 53; Antonie Mitchell, 42; Mark William, 52; and Thomas Coleman, 29. The crash occurred just before 9:45 a.m. Monday.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 18, 2000
Five men were indicted yesterday by a grand jury in connection with illegal tire dumping at sites in and around East Baltimore, according to Maryland Attorney General J. Joseph Curran Jr. In addition to seeking a civil injunction against one of the suspects, who owns a tire-disposal business, the state is pursuing penalties of up to $10,000 per day for the various violations. An unknown number of tires were found dumped. The case arose from reports by Baltimore Department of Public Works employees who found a pile of tires dumped near the old American Brewery on Gay Street.
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By MATTHEW DOLAN AND JOHN FRITZE | August 5, 2006
A lawsuit filed by the NAACP and the American Civil Liberties Union against the Baltimore Police Department and the state-run city jail has been transferred to federal court, where government lawyers are now attempting to get the case dismissed. The lawsuit uses the arrests of five men to allege a broad pattern of police abuse. The five men are among thousands who are routinely arrested and held for hours without being charged with a crime, according to the complaint. The civil-rights complaint condemns the practice of jailing residents for so-called quality-of-life crimes such as loitering.
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By Heather Byer and Heather Byer,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 26, 1997
It's 1 o'clock by the time the five men arrive at Liberatore's. They're hungry. A waitress shows them to a big round table in the back of the restaurant, a nice corner all to themselves. They look like an easy enough crowd: a group of bespectacled grandfathers out for a Friday lunch. But behind the specs and sports shirts, five canny minds are at work, taking in everything from the tablecloth (a nice touch), to the acoustics (there's a noisy lunch crowd and even in the back it's a little hard to hear each other)
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By Karin Remesch | October 4, 2001
St. Mark's on the Hill. Why The Chimes Rang. Needed are actors, singers and dancers, grades 1-12. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 14 at the church, 1620 Reisterstown Road. 410-486-3016. Axis Theatre. Jeffrey. 7 p.m. Oct. 22-23 at the theater, 3600 Clipper Mill Road. Needed are five men, 30-45; one man, 45-50; and one woman, 30-45. All roles open and paid. Show runs Jan. 10-Feb. 10. 410-243-5237.
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December 11, 1995
A 15-year-old girl was sexually assaulted yesterday by one of five men who broke into a home on Gunwood Place in Crofton and stole a videocassette recorder, police said.Police said the girl called 911 shortly after midnight Sunday. She had also been hit in the face, she said.The girl was treated at North Arundel Hospital and released.
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By Ryan Davis and Alec MacGillis and Ryan Davis and Alec MacGillis,SUN STAFF | February 19, 2005
Police charged an Annapolis man with murder yesterday after two men were shot, one fatally, early in the morning outside a well-known Fells Point strip club. The shooting - which police think was sparked by a case of mistaken identity - occurred about 1:10 a.m. yesterday in the doorway of Ritz Cabaret, 504 S. Broadway, during a confrontation between a group of five men leaving the club and a group of three men entering it. Police said someone - they didn't say in which group - thought he recognized an acquaintance in the other group and shouted the nickname of the man he thought he had seen.
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By Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun | November 4, 2012
Baltimore city police responded Saturday night to three shootings of men in their early 20's within six minutes of the other, all of which were non-fatal, police said in a release Sunday. With minutes early Sunday, Baltimore police responded to three shootings of men in their 20's. Police responded at 3:10 a.m. to a northwest Baltimore hospital, where a 24-year-old man walked in after he was shot in the back. The man told investigators that he was shot in the 2800 block of Edgecombe Circle South.
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By Mary Gail Hare, The Baltimore Sun | July 20, 2012
A 33-year-old man thwarted a carjacking Thursday in Glen Burnie, but remains hospitalized with serious injuries incurred during a beating, Anne Arundel County police said. The victim left a restaurant in the 800 block of Aquahart Road, near Ritchie Highway at about 11:30 p.m. He engaged the remote start as he approached his vehicle, a Chevrolet Avalanche. He was hit from behind, knocked to the ground and beaten and kicked by five men, police said. One suspect entered the car, but the victim was able to drag him out and get into the car himself.
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By Yvonne Wenger and Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2012
A federal grand jury indicted five men on charges they allegedly sold counterfeit goods of high-end designers such as Michael Kors, Coach and Jimmy Choo around Baltimore, including at the Patapsco Flea Market, where authorities conducted a weekend raid in a similar but separate investigation. Charged were Tidiane Ba, 44; Mamadou Lamine Ba, 51; Abass Baro, 44; Sakho Oumar, 33; and Baba Toure, 39, all of Baltimore, according to the indictment unsealed Wednesday. Toure was being sought by law enforcement officials; the others were arrested on Sunday and released Monday under the supervision of U.S. Pretrial Services.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2012
Baltimore County police have named five men arrested in connection with stabbings in the Garrison neighborhood Tuesday. They are Ronald Anthony Williams, 20, of Gwynn Oak; Ryan Antwon Johnson, 19, of Randallstown; Christopher Ramgeet, 18, of Garrison; Merez Lamar Ferguson, 21, of Westminster; and Jeffrey Micah Jackson, 20, of Mount Washington. Police were called to a triple stabbing on the unit block of Spectator Lane near Reisterstown Road at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday. Investigators said a disagreement had escalated into a physical confrontation with weapons between the suspects and the residents of the town home, who knew each other.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2012
Five young men were stabbed late Saturday in Edgewood, the Harford County sheriff's office said Sunday. Sheriff's deputies were called to the 400 block of Meadowood Drive just before midnight and found two stabbing victims, a 22-year-old with chest injuries trying to help a 19-year-old with multiple wounds, said Monica Worrell, a spokeswoman for the sheriff's office. A third victim, an 18-year-old who also had been stabbed in the chest, then approached the scene, she said. The young men said they were attacked while walking to a friend's house in the Windsor Valley neighborhood from a gas station in the 1700 block of Hanson Road.
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Stories by Janene Holzberg and David Greisman | December 12, 2011
They carry different life experiences, are learned in different disciplines and focus their energies on different endeavors, but they share an altruistic spirit. The five men Howard Magazine is highlighting here seek to make our community a better place through their efforts. They invest their time and passion to help neighbors adopt a healthy lifestyle, to create affordable and dignified places to call home, to support students socially and academically, to pay it forward to families struggling with cancer and to assist those in need both near and far. There are innumerable men and women doing commendable things in the Howard County community and here we highlight just a few. But we think their contributions are noteworthy.
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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,Evening Sun Staff | February 22, 1991
In a story Friday about a robbery in Randallstown, The Evening Sun misidentified the manager of the Food Place. The manager, William J. Buckholz, was struck on the head during the holdup but did not require medical treatment.Five men, three of them armed with shotguns, robbed the Food Place in the 8500 block of Liberty Road in Randallstown last night and made off with an undisclosed sum of cash, Baltimore County police said.It was the 18th in a string of robberies of food stores, restaurants and fast-food outlets in Baltimore City and the county apparently committed by the same gang since Oct. 31, police said.
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By Gus G. Sentementes and Gus G. Sentementes,Sun reporter | August 8, 2008
Police yesterday were investigating a shooting Wednesday night that injured three people - one fatally - outside a West Baltimore bar, a day after five suspected gang members were wounded in a shooting several blocks away. Sterling Clifford, a city police spokesman, said it was too early for detectives to know whether the two incidents near Edmondson Avenue and Poplar Grove Street are related. "The department has deep intelligence on gang activity in the city and criminal activity in that area," Clifford said.
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By Tricia Bishop, The Baltimore Sun | October 27, 2010
A 25-year-old Rosedale man, one of five men federally charged in a series of armed home invasions, pleaded guilty to the conspiracy in federal court Wednesday. Trials for the four remaining defendants are pending. Antowan Bell, a.k.a. "Antwone Bell," and three others conspired to rob the owner of the Sparrow's Point Restaurant at the man's home in September 2009, using a fake law enforcement badge to gain entry and handcuffing the victim to a kitchen chair, according to the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | October 13, 2010
There are 36 runners — 34 men and two women — who have run in every one of the previous nine Baltimore Marathons. Here's the story of five of those men, all locals who have different motivations and varied views on running 26.2 miles through the city's streets. The reluctant one Daniel Broh-Kahn hates running the Baltimore Marathon. "I'm miserable doing it," he said. "My shoulders hurt, My feet get tired. During the race I tell myself, 'The sooner I finish, the sooner I'm done.' And afterward, my first thought is, Now I don't have to do this for another year . "I'd much rather be at home, sitting on the couch.
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