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By Ryan Davis and Doug Donovan and Ryan Davis and Doug Donovan,SUN STAFF | May 19, 2004
Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark stepped down last night, agreeing to a temporary leave from his duties until Howard County officials complete an independent investigation into a domestic dispute he had with his fiancee on Saturday. The announcement came as new reports surfaced indicating Clark's fiancee might have been injured in the dispute. The additional police reports also quote a friend of Clark's fiancee saying, "This is not the first time he has done this to her." Mayor Martin O'Malley said in a statement that Howard County Executive James N. Robey agreed to assign police investigators to probe the incident that Clark has described as a "disagreement like any other couple would have."
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November 29, 2004
Resolved to show honor Baltimoreans don't have to win the Nobel Prize or Olympic medals to get a gold-sealed pat on the back from the City Council. Ordinary birthdays and anniversaries - not just the big, round-numbered ones - are enough to merit ceremonial resolutions. At each meeting, the council congratulates dozens of constituents on personal achievements big and small. Two resolutions approved at last week were typical. Council Resolution 9875 congratulated "Burger King store #15022 on its grand opening at 1735 Washington Boulevard."
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November 29, 2004
Resolved to show honor Baltimoreans don't have to win the Nobel Prize or Olympic medals to get a gold-sealed pat on the back from the City Council. Ordinary birthdays and anniversaries - not just the big, round-numbered ones - are enough to merit ceremonial resolutions. At each meeting, the council congratulates dozens of constituents on personal achievements big and small. Two resolutions approved at last week were typical. Council Resolution 9875 congratulated "Burger King store #15022 on its grand opening at 1735 Washington Boulevard."
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By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,SUN STAFF | November 13, 2004
Numerous documents gathered during an investigation of a domestic dispute involving former Baltimore police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark will be made public by Friday, a city Circuit Court judge ruled yesterday. Judge Joseph H.H. Kaplan ruled that material such as transcripts of interviews, photographs and reports from New York - where Clark had worked as a police commander before coming to Baltimore - will be released. But some information will be withheld, including Clark's domestic court records from New York, such as divorce files, the judge ruled.
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By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | October 1, 2004
The fallout surrounding Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark's May domestic dispute continues to grow, and as many as five members of his command staff have been told they're under internal investigation for their handling of the incident, according to sources familiar with the situation. The commissioner emerged from the incident without charges, but some of his highest-ranking commanders could face internal rebuke depending on the outcomes of the department investigations. Chief of Patrol J. Charles Gutberlet III and his immediate deputy, Lt. Col. Steven McMahon, have recently been notified that they are being investigated, sources said.
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By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | June 4, 2004
Some city officials called yesterday for Mayor Martin O'Malley to release more details about the independent investigation of a domestic dispute between Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark and his fiancee. "It would be in the best interest of the citizens of Baltimore if the mayor released the report," said Councilman Kenneth N. Harris Sr. "The unfortunate part about the mayor not wanting to release the report is it will raise suspicion." O'Malley announced Wednesday night that domestic assault allegations were "unsubstantiated" and that Clark, who had been on voluntary paid leave, would return to work.
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By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | August 7, 2004
Two high-ranking officers involved in the initial investigation of Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark's domestic dispute May 15 have been brought under internal investigation for their handling of the incident. Maj. Regis Phelan, commander of the Northern District, in which Clark lives, was notified this week of the investigation, his attorney said yesterday. Lt. Elfago Moye of the Northern District has also been notified of a similar investigation into his actions. They face possible charges of misconduct and neglect of duty.
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By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | May 21, 2004
HILLBURN, N.Y. - Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark had warned his family there would be controversy. After Clark took over as the city's top police officer last year, he began making major staffing changes to the department's leadership. That, his son says, is when Clark called and told him to be prepared. "He told me don't be surprised if I hear rumors. It's probably from someone who is not going to be happy with what he's doing," said Kevin Clark Jr. during an interview here yesterday.
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By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,SUN STAFF | November 13, 2004
Numerous documents gathered during an investigation of a domestic dispute involving former Baltimore police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark will be made public by Friday, a city Circuit Court judge ruled yesterday. Judge Joseph H.H. Kaplan ruled that material such as transcripts of interviews, photographs and reports from New York - where Clark had worked as a police commander before coming to Baltimore - will be released. But some information will be withheld, including Clark's domestic court records from New York, such as divorce files, the judge ruled.
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By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | June 4, 2004
City officials called yesterday for Mayor Martin O'Malley to release more details about the independent investigation of a domestic dispute between Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark and his fiancee. "It would be in the best interest of the citizens of Baltimore if the mayor released the report," said Councilman Kenneth N. Harris Sr. "The unfortunate part about the mayor not wanting to release the report is it will raise suspicion." O'Malley announced Wednesday night that domestic assault allegations were "unsubstantiated" and that Clark, who had been on voluntary paid leave, would return to work.
NEWS
By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | October 1, 2004
The fallout surrounding Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark's May domestic dispute continues to grow, and as many as five members of his command staff have been told they're under internal investigation for their handling of the incident, according to sources familiar with the situation. The commissioner emerged from the incident without charges, but some of his highest-ranking commanders could face internal rebuke depending on the outcomes of the department investigations. Chief of Patrol J. Charles Gutberlet III and his immediate deputy, Lt. Col. Steven McMahon, have recently been notified that they are being investigated, sources said.
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By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | August 7, 2004
Two high-ranking officers involved in the initial investigation of Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark's domestic dispute May 15 have been brought under internal investigation for their handling of the incident. Maj. Regis Phelan, commander of the Northern District, in which Clark lives, was notified this week of the investigation, his attorney said yesterday. Lt. Elfago Moye of the Northern District has also been notified of a similar investigation into his actions. They face possible charges of misconduct and neglect of duty.
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By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | June 7, 2004
It would seem to be an obvious assumption that Baltimore police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark would live in Baltimore. And he does - sort of. Clark bought an apartment here in May last year, three months after he took office. His fiancee and their 4-year-old son moved here to be with him. And he works long hours, often on weekends. But the commissioner hasn't taken some of the first steps toward becoming a resident of the Charm City. He isn't registered to vote here. He still owns a New York home that he claims as a primary residence.
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By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | June 4, 2004
Some city officials called yesterday for Mayor Martin O'Malley to release more details about the independent investigation of a domestic dispute between Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark and his fiancee. "It would be in the best interest of the citizens of Baltimore if the mayor released the report," said Councilman Kenneth N. Harris Sr. "The unfortunate part about the mayor not wanting to release the report is it will raise suspicion." O'Malley announced Wednesday night that domestic assault allegations were "unsubstantiated" and that Clark, who had been on voluntary paid leave, would return to work.
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By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | June 4, 2004
City officials called yesterday for Mayor Martin O'Malley to release more details about the independent investigation of a domestic dispute between Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark and his fiancee. "It would be in the best interest of the citizens of Baltimore if the mayor released the report," said Councilman Kenneth N. Harris Sr. "The unfortunate part about the mayor not wanting to release the report is it will raise suspicion." O'Malley announced Wednesday night that domestic assault allegations were "unsubstantiated" and that Clark, who had been on voluntary paid leave, would return to work.
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By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | June 3, 2004
An investigation has found assault allegations against Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark to be unsubstantiated, Mayor Martin O'Malley announced last night, clearing the way for Clark's return to work today. For two weeks, Howard County officials investigated a May 15 domestic dispute between Clark and his fiancee, Blanca Gerena. After reviewing the Howard officials' report, delivered to his office Tuesday night, O'Malley announced that Clark would resume work. The commissioner had been on voluntary paid leave since May 18. O'Malley did not release the full report last night.
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By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | June 3, 2004
An investigation has found assault allegations against Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark to be unsubstantiated, Mayor Martin O'Malley announced last night, clearing the way for Clark's return to work today. For two weeks, Howard County officials investigated a May 15 domestic dispute between Clark and his fiancee, Blanca Gerena. After reviewing the Howard officials' report, delivered to his office Tuesday night, O'Malley announced that Clark would resume work. The commissioner had been on voluntary paid leave since May 18. O'Malley did not release the full report last night.
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By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | June 7, 2004
It would seem to be an obvious assumption that Baltimore police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark would live in Baltimore. And he does - sort of. Clark bought an apartment here in May last year, three months after he took office. His fiancee and their 4-year-old son moved here to be with him. And he works long hours, often on weekends. But the commissioner hasn't taken some of the first steps toward becoming a resident of the Charm City. He isn't registered to vote here. He still owns a New York home that he claims as a primary residence.
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By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | May 21, 2004
HILLBURN, N.Y. - Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark had warned his family there would be controversy. After Clark took over as the city's top police officer last year, he began making major staffing changes to the department's leadership. That, his son says, is when Clark called and told him to be prepared. "He told me don't be surprised if I hear rumors. It's probably from someone who is not going to be happy with what he's doing," said Kevin Clark Jr. during an interview here yesterday.
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By Ryan Davis and Doug Donovan and Ryan Davis and Doug Donovan,SUN STAFF | May 19, 2004
Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark stepped down last night, agreeing to a temporary leave from his duties until Howard County officials complete an independent investigation into a domestic dispute he had with his fiancee on Saturday. The announcement came as new reports surfaced indicating Clark's fiancee might have been injured in the dispute. The additional police reports also quote a friend of Clark's fiancee saying, "This is not the first time he has done this to her." Mayor Martin O'Malley said in a statement that Howard County Executive James N. Robey agreed to assign police investigators to probe the incident that Clark has described as a "disagreement like any other couple would have."
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