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By PETER HERMANN | January 27, 2009
For the fifth-grade boys of Cub Scout Den 2, Pack 737 at the Norwood School in Bethesda, an overnight stay at the National Aquarium was, as their den leader Nanci Gosnell put it, "too cool to pass up." The 10 children arrived at the Inner Harbor attraction Friday afternoon, dined on lasagna and brownies, walked across the top of the shark tank, toured the rain forest exhibit after the aquarium had closed for the night, and camped out in sleeping bags next to the dolphins. But when they left Saturday morning to head home in two Cadillac Escalades parked spaces apart at the Landmark garage on Gay Street, the chaperons and children discovered that someone had broken out both vehicles' windows, ransacked the interiors and stolen an iPod and a GPS device.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | September 16, 2010
9/16 at 4:45 pm: justin_fenton: Records search indicates that a Paul Warren Pardus has a concealed carry permit from state of Virginia; trying to confirm w/st. police 9/16 at 4:39 pm: justin_fenton: Suspect now identified as Paul Warren Pardus, of Arlington, Va. Records confirm he is related to a Jean Davis 9/16 at 4:13 pm: justin_fenton: RT @APBenNuckols: AP confirms the name of doctor wounded in the #HopkinsShooting: Dr. David B. Cohen. More details coming soon: http://y ... 9/16 at 4:01 pm: justin_fenton: Police now saying shooter's name is NOT Warren Davis; that's the name the hospital knew him as but they are unsure true identity 9/16 at 3:51 pm: justin_fenton: Here's out story, which has and will be updated.
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By Laura Vozzella and Laura Vozzella,laura.vozzella@baltsun.com | September 15, 2009
Jennifer Williams, a young mother of two, lives in an East Baltimore neighborhood where corner stores and carry-outs are the only places to shop. Yet Williams and other carless residents of inner-city "food deserts" are not as stranded as they might seem. They regularly shop at full-sized supermarkets miles from home by catching rides in hack cabs. "I go all the time - twice a week," she said. Illegal and notoriously dangerous, unlicensed cabs are an unlikely ally in the search for affordable and healthful food.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2010
City police said they will resume weekly intelligence-sharing meetings for commanders that were suspended last month amid concerns that they had grown tired and were no longer the most effective way to pore over crime data. A memo distributed to officers said the Comstat meetings, which have not been held since April 1, will resume this Thursday with slight tweaks. The New York-based concept was adopted by Baltimore in 2000 and has become a national law enforcement standard. Gov. Martin O'Malley also applied the principles to government-management programs.
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By Liz F. Kay and Liz F. Kay,Liz.kay@baltsun.com | September 24, 2009
A man remains in serious condition after he was shot by Baltimore police officers while wielding a knifelike object that turned out to be a kitchen spatula, a city police spokesman said. The injured man, who has not been identified, called police and stated he wanted to kill himself but did not know how, said spokesman Anthony Guglielmi. He asked for a member of the clergy as well as his mother. Two police officers and paramedics responded to a parking lot in the 2400 block of Bridgehampton Drive just after 6 a.m., while it was still dark outside, Guglielmi said.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,peter.hermann@baltsun.com | July 24, 2009
A Baltimore police officer who had just ended his shift shot one of three men who tried to rob him at gunpoint at a bus stop one block from the Southern District police station early Thursday, a department spokesman said. The 33-year-old officer, who has been on the force since October 2004 and is assigned to the Southern District, was off duty and standing at the stop in the 200 block of Cherry Hill Road shortly after midnight when three men - one armed with a handgun - tried to rob him, spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,peter.hermann@baltsun.com | August 4, 2009
A 25-year-old woman was robbed of her purse and cell phone early Monday at a downtown bus stop steps away from City Hall, according to a spokesman for the Baltimore Police Department. The woman flagged down a patrol officer about 2:30 a.m. and said she was attacked minutes before on East Fayette Street near Guilford Avenue, toward the back of City Hall and the Circuit Court buildings and also near several city and state office buildings. Anthony Guglielmi, the department's chief spokesman, said the woman told officers that she was waiting at a bus stop when a man came up behind her and asked for her number.
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By a Baltimore Sun reporter | March 18, 2009
Two Baltimore police officers accused of forcing a black homicide detective to look at racist material on the Internet could be suspended without pay and have letters of reprimand placed in their permanent files, city police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said yesterday. The officers, Lt. James W. Hagin Jr. and Detective Paul A. Kidd, can accept the discipline or fight the charges at a departmental hearing called a trial board. In a complaint filed in March last year, Hagin is alleged to have ordered Sgt. Kelvin Sewell to view a Ku Klux Klan Web site.
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By Justin Fenton and Peter Hermann and Justin Fenton and Peter Hermann,justin.fenton@baltsun.com and peter.hermann@baltsun | September 17, 2009
A city police officer shot and killed a drug suspect after the man attempted to stab another officer in the back early Wednesday in East Baltimore, according to police. Department spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said two officers were arresting two suspects on drug charges about 12:30 a.m. in the 2500 block of Orleans St. in the McElderry Park neighborhood when one of the suspects got loose and "repeatedly stabbed the officer" in the back with a knifelike object. The other officer then shot the suspect several times.
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,justin.fenton@baltsun.com | September 4, 2009
A Baltimore police officer was arrested for shaking down an undercover internal affairs officer posing as a drug dealer, the department said. Michael Sylvester, 29, was arrested Thursday morning after he stole $70 from the undercover officer in the 3900 block of Carlisle Ave. in Northwest Baltimore as part of what the department refers to as an integrity test, according to Anthony Guglielmi, the department's chief spokesman. Guglielmi also said police recovered three small bags containing suspected cocaine in Sylvester's locker at the Northwest District police station.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,peter.hermann@baltsun.com | October 2, 2009
A city officer was injured Thursday afternoon when he was dragged five blocks by a car whose driver was trying to escape arrest in West Baltimore. In a separate incident in Westport, an officer shot a man suspected of dealing drugs who drew a gun during an undercover drug buy, authorities said. The injured officer, whose name was not released, joined the department 18 months ago and was assigned to the Western District. He was listed in fair condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Details of his injuries were not released, but police said his bullet-resistant vest was shredded as he was dragged.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,peter.hermann@baltsun.com | October 1, 2009
The commander of the Baltimore Police Department's Southeastern District was suspended Wednesday, pending a review into a personnel matter, according to chief police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi. Maj. Roger Bergeron was stripped of his police powers and ordered home without pay, the spokesman said. He has commanded the district since Feb. 1, 2007, and has been a member of the police force since March 1991. The Southeastern District includes Fells Point, Little Italy, Patterson Park and Canton.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,peter.hermann@baltsun.com | September 30, 2009
A man who had been charged with dousing his 85-year-old grandmother with alcohol and setting her on fire in an argument over money in March is now being charged with first-degree murder, three months after the woman died at a hospital, a Baltimore police spokesman said. Tyron Markit Mason, 29, of the 2800 block of Frederick Ave., had been charged with attempted murder. Ethel Henderson died June 17 in the burn unit of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. The attack occurred about 5:20 p.m. on March 8, when police said Mason went to Henderson's home on Poplar Grove Street, demanded money and then set her on fire.
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By Liz F. Kay and Liz F. Kay,Liz.kay@baltsun.com | September 24, 2009
A man remains in serious condition after he was shot by Baltimore police officers while wielding a knifelike object that turned out to be a kitchen spatula, a city police spokesman said. The injured man, who has not been identified, called police and stated he wanted to kill himself but did not know how, said spokesman Anthony Guglielmi. He asked for a member of the clergy as well as his mother. Two police officers and paramedics responded to a parking lot in the 2400 block of Bridgehampton Drive just after 6 a.m., while it was still dark outside, Guglielmi said.
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By Justin Fenton | September 19, 2009
Baltimore police commanders have postponed plans for an $11,000 overnight retreat, saying the event would be a distraction as the department grapples with crime and budget woes. Using money seized from suspected criminals, the department had planned an overnight training retreat at Leakin Park's Outward Bound center. According to documents filed with the Board of Estimates, nearly 50 commanders would have participated in a program that included "use of low ropes activities, a combination of problem-solving games, and elements of the high ropes course."
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By Justin Fenton | September 19, 2009
Four people were arrested Thursday night after police found them sitting in a vehicle with a loaded shotgun, a set of handcuffs, surgical gloves and masks. "We believe we thwarted the commission of a heinous crime, but we're trying to figure out what that [crime] was," said city police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi. Northeast District officers were called to investigate a suspicious vehicle in the 6200 block of Tramore Road about 7:40 p.m. and found a tan Mercury parked and occupied by four people, Guglielmi said.
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,justin.fenton@baltsun.com | September 18, 2009
Baltimore homicide detectives don't believe a Johns Hopkins University student had "the intent to kill" when he used a samurai sword to confront an intruder outside his home, a police spokesman said Thursday. Police say John Pontolillo, 20, a chemistry major from New Jersey, killed the man with a single blow early Tuesday. Pontolillo has not been charged in the death of Donald D. Rice, 49, a career criminal who was released from jail just three days before the altercation. Prosecutors will determine whether charges are warranted after consulting with police, a process that could take weeks.
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By Annie Linskey and Annie Linskey,annie.linskey@baltsun.com | June 22, 2009
Baltimore City Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III was released from the hospital at 12:45 p.m. Sunday after becoming ill while running in a 10-mile charity race Saturday. Physicians observed Bealefeld for 24 hours and determined the commissioner suffered from dehydration, said Anthony J. Guglielmi, a city police spokesman. "They checked him out from head to toe," Guglielmi said. Mayor Sheila Dixon said she visited the commissioner Saturday. "I had to tell him to relax," Dixon said.
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,justin.fenton@baltsun.com | September 18, 2009
Baltimore homicide detectives don't believe a Johns Hopkins University student had "the intent to kill" when he used a samurai sword to confront an intruder outside his home, a police spokesman said Thursday. Police say John Pontolillo, 20, a chemistry major from New Jersey, killed the man with a single blow early Tuesday. Pontolillo has not been charged in the death of Donald D. Rice, 49, a career criminal who was released from jail just three days before the altercation. Prosecutors will determine whether charges are warranted after consulting with police, a process that could take weeks.
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By Justin Fenton and Peter Hermann and Justin Fenton and Peter Hermann,justin.fenton@baltsun.com and peter.hermann@baltsun | September 17, 2009
A city police officer shot and killed a drug suspect after the man attempted to stab another officer in the back early Wednesday in East Baltimore, according to police. Department spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said two officers were arresting two suspects on drug charges about 12:30 a.m. in the 2500 block of Orleans St. in the McElderry Park neighborhood when one of the suspects got loose and "repeatedly stabbed the officer" in the back with a knifelike object. The other officer then shot the suspect several times.
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