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By Stephen Kiehl and Stephen Kiehl,SUN STAFF | September 1, 2002
The man accused of killing two Prince George's County sheriff's deputies was arrested early yesterday in a small, dark shed behind an apartment complex in Langley Park, just two miles from where the officers were shot Thursday night. James Ramiah Logan, 23, was charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the shooting deaths of Cpl. James V. Arnaud and Pvt. Elizabeth Licera Magruder, who were attempting to remove him from his parents' home for a psychiatric evaluation. Logan was being held last night without bond at the Prince George's County Detention Center.
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June 9, 2009
152,000 trees planted; goal of 1 million by 2011 Maryland officials are making progress toward their goal of planting 1 million new trees across the state by 2011. As of May 30, agencies including the State Highway Administration and the Department of Natural Resources had completed the plantings of about 152,000 trees. The trees, which were planted by inmates, comprise nearly 250 acres at eight state parks across Maryland. Funds for the trees' purchase come from the Federal Highway Administration's Transportation Enhancement Program.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff Writer | December 3, 1993
A 32-year-old man who was impaled through the chest when a wooden fence post came hurtling through a pickup truck window early yesterday remained in critical condition last night at a Prince George's County hospital.Steven Terrance Callahan of the 1500 block of Meyers Station Road in Anne Arundel County was alert as firefighters pulled him from the 1976 Chevrolet pickup truck and cut off a portion of the post so he could fit inside a helicopter. The accident happened within two miles of his home.
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By Nick Madigan | June 8, 2008
A 13-year-old girl was seriously injured when she was thrown from a vehicle in an accident yesterday in Anne Arundel County, authorities said. Two other people were injured in the four-vehicle crash at Route 2 and Harwood Road shortly after midday, said Battalion Chief Matthew Tobia of the Anne Arundel County Fire Department. The girl was taken to Children's National Medical Center in Washington. A 59-year-old man was taken to Prince George's Hospital Center in Cheverly with serious injuries, while a third person was treated for minor injuries at Calvert Memorial Hospital in Prince Frederick.
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August 17, 1992
Three people were killed in traffic accidents on Maryland highways yesterday, two of them the occupants of a Cadillac from Florida that was hit in a chain-reaction crash on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway in Anne Arundel County.The other victim was a man who died after being ejected from a van on U.S. 50 at the Prince George's County side of the Patuxent River Bridge.State police said two men and two children were injured and a third man was killed when a 1989 Mazda van ran out of control on the rain-slicked surface of the John Hanson Highway about 7:45 a.m. yesterday.
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By Douglas Birch and Douglas Birch,SUN STAFF | October 4, 1995
A surgeon who spent the past two years helping treat patients at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center is not licensed to practice medicine, flunked licensing exams at least 11 times and was convicted in 1985 of attempted bribery in an effort to get an advance copy of one such exam, Maryland and Ohio records show.Dr. Arthur B. Boyd Jr., 48, whose permanent home is in Shaker Heights, Ohio, "deceived" Shock Trauma when he applied for a three-year training fellowship there in 1993 by claiming to hold a license, said Joel Lee, a Shock Trauma spokesman.
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June 9, 2009
152,000 trees planted; goal of 1 million by 2011 Maryland officials are making progress toward their goal of planting 1 million new trees across the state by 2011. As of May 30, agencies including the State Highway Administration and the Department of Natural Resources had completed the plantings of about 152,000 trees. The trees, which were planted by inmates, comprise nearly 250 acres at eight state parks across Maryland. Funds for the trees' purchase come from the Federal Highway Administration's Transportation Enhancement Program.
BUSINESS
By Patricia Meisol and Patricia Meisol,Sun Staff Writer | October 9, 1994
Most people probably wouldn't pay almost $9,000 more for a product than they had to. But that is, in effect, what 138 patients did last year when they went to Prince George's Hospital Center for an angioplasty.2Hospital ... ... ... Cases ... ... Avg. billUM ... ... ... .. ... ... 248 .. .. ... $14,197Adventist ... ... ... ... 186 ... .. .. 11,502Bayview ... ... .. .. ... 203 ... .. .. 10,502P.G. ... ... ... .. .. .. 218 ... .. .. 10,197Md. General ... ... .. .. 134 ... .. .. 9,708Bon Secours ... ... .. .. 191 ... .. .. 9,641Liberty ... ... ... .. .. 162 ... .. .. 9,452Hopkins ... ... ... .. .. 213 ... .. .. 9,315Harbor ... ... ... ... .. 181 ... .. .. 9,097Mercy ... ... ... ... ... 164 ... .. .. 8,891Holy Cross .. ... ... ... 320 ... .. .. 8,874N.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | December 22, 2003
UPPER MARLBORO - A 66-year-old Prince George's County man died Saturday after he lost control of his van and it overturned, state police said yesterday. Charles Allan Mink was driving his 1992 Chevrolet van west on Route 4, east of U.S. 301, at 3:40 p.m. when he lost control, possibly as a result of a medical condition, police said. Mink, a Riverdale resident, was pronounced dead at Prince George's Hospital Center in Cheverly.
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By M. William Salganik and M. William Salganik,SUN STAFF | May 3, 2001
In a sign of increasing strain on Maryland hospitals, the state's rate-setting panel approved temporary increases yesterday for two financially troubled institutions, Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air and Prince George's Hospital Center in Cheverly. Also, the Maryland Hospital Association asked the Health Services Cost Review Commission for an additional statewide rate increase - above the adjustment approved just a month ago - for the fiscal year beginning in July. The commission's staff responded by calling for an added 0.4 percent, targeted to the most needy hospitals, rather than across the board.
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By Andrew A. Green and M. William Salganik and Andrew A. Green and M. William Salganik,Sun reporters | April 11, 2007
Prince George's Hospital Center, the largest medical facility in the state's second-largest county, could close within months, sending its largely indigent patient population into the already crowded emergency rooms of hospitals in the region, including neighboring Anne Arundel and Howard counties, officials say. "It's not just a financial issue but the impact on the health delivery system in Maryland," said Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown, a former delegate from...
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By Matthew Dolan | April 1, 2007
An Anne Arundel County driver died Friday after his motorcycle struck a box truck in Davidsonville, police announced yesterday. County police identified the motorcyclist as Kevin M. Morris, 24, of Riva. Morris was driving a 2005 Suzuki west on Central Avenue, also known as Route 214, just west of Patuxent Crossover. About 4 p.m. Friday, Morris' vehicle collided with a truck, which was turning left from the eastbound lane into Renditions golf course. The driver and passenger in the truck were not injured, according to authorities.
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By Annie Linskey and Annie Linskey,SUN STAFF | June 23, 2005
A Bladensburg man was charged with first-degree murder and other offenses yesterday in the fatal shooting of a Prince George's County police officer in Laurel on Tuesday. Robert M. Billett, 43, could face the death penalty if he is convicted in the death of Cpl. Steven F. Gaughan, authorities said. Gaughan died at Prince George's Hospital Center late Tuesday afternoon, hours after a shootout outside a Laurel apartment complex. Billett, who was wounded, was in stable condition yesterday, police said.
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By Grant Huang and Melissa Harris and Grant Huang and Melissa Harris,SUN STAFF | June 22, 2005
A Prince George's County police officer died yesterday afternoon, hours after a traffic stop outside a Laurel apartment complex escalated into a shootout that left the alleged gunman wounded. Cpl. Steven Gaughan, 41, of Greenbelt was wearing body armor but not a uniform when he was shot in the arm and abdomen, police said. The 15-year veteran died after surgery at Prince George's Hospital Center. "This is one of the hardest things for a police chief to deal with," said Prince George's Police Chief Melvin C. High.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | December 25, 2004
A 30-year-old man was fatally shot Thursday night outside an apartment building in Cheverly, Prince George's County police said. Mosi Butler was found in the 3500 block of 55th Ave. about 8:45 p.m., suffering from multiple gunshot wounds, police said. Butler, who lives on that block, was taken to Prince George's Hospital Center, where he was pronounced dead, police said. Investigators have no suspects and have not determined a motive for the shooting, police said. Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call the Prince George's Police Department's homicide unit at 301-772-4925.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | February 5, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - A man was fatally shot yesterday morning during a struggle with another man on a College Park bicycle trail near U.S. 1, Prince George's County police said. About 10:15 a.m., county police received a 911 call from a person reporting hearing a gunshot on the trail near a wooded area and behind townhouses on Berwyn House Road, said Officer Debbi Sabel, a police spokeswoman. Lamont Whitted, 26, a town resident, was found bleeding from a chest wound and died soon after at Prince George's Hospital Center, she said.
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By From staff reports | November 24, 2002
In Baltimore County Pizza parlor worker fatally shot during robbery in Parkville PARKVILLE - An employee of a Parkville pizza parlor was fatally shot during a robbery last night, Baltimore County police said. The robbery occurred about 11:45 p.m. at Panda Pizza & Sub at 3007 E. Joppa Road. The identity of the victim was not available. Police said no arrests had been made and that officers were on the scene early this morning. In Anne Arundel Seven people are injured in two head-on collisions ANNAPOLIS - Two separate head-on crashes in Anne Arundel County on Friday sent seven people to area hospitals and left two people in critical condition.
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By John Rivera and Jonathan Bor | October 8, 1991
A Prince George's County man who died after an auto accident might have been saved if a medevac helicopter had been available before dawn Friday to fly him to a shock trauma center, according to the surgeon who treated him.Kevin A. Rogers, 29, of Mitchellville near Bowie, died at Prince George's Hospital Center three days after Gov. William Donald Schaefer grounded the state's medevac helicopters during the early morning hours.The helicopters have not operated between 3 a.m. and 7 a.m. since state spending cuts were imposed last week, so Mr. Rogers was taken by ambulance to the hospital, approximately a 25-minute ride.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | December 22, 2003
UPPER MARLBORO - A 66-year-old Prince George's County man died Saturday after he lost control of his van and it overturned, state police said yesterday. Charles Allan Mink was driving his 1992 Chevrolet van west on Route 4, east of U.S. 301, at 3:40 p.m. when he lost control, possibly as a result of a medical condition, police said. Mink, a Riverdale resident, was pronounced dead at Prince George's Hospital Center in Cheverly.
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