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By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,Sun reporter | January 27, 2007
Prosecutors dropped all charges yesterday against two Baltimore police officers accused of doing nothing to stop another officer from having sex with a female suspect at a police station. Officers Steven Hatley and Brian Shaffer had been charged with rape and misconduct in office, among other counts, until a deputy state's attorney told a judge at a brief court hearing yesterday that it was "in the best interest of justice" to end the criminal cases against them. As they left the city Circuit Courthouse, holding hands with their wives, Hatley, 28, and Shaffer, 29, said they wanted to remain police officers.
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,Justin.fenton@baltsun.com | June 26, 2009
A group of Southwestern District officers accused of doing nothing to stop an alleged sexual assault at a police station in 2005 are among those cleared after a review of internal misconduct cases by the Baltimore Police Department found that the cases had been mishandled. Also dropped were administrative charges against several Eastern District officers accused of abusing overtime - in some cases doubling their salaries. The Police Department has dropped at least 50 cases in the fallout from the April firing of trial board prosecutor JoAnn C. Woodson-Branche, whom police union officials and defense attorneys have accused of manipulating the internal charging process and violating officers' due process rights.
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By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,SUN REPORTER | October 20, 2006
A woman who says she was sexually assaulted by a city police officer who is accused in two separate rape cases has filed a civil lawsuit. The multimillion-dollar lawsuit filed in Baltimore Circuit Court names three members of the now-defunct Southwestern District "flex squad" - Jemini Jones, Brian Shaffer and Steven Hatley. Jones, 29, was indicted in May on charges of rape, sex offense and misconduct in office in the Oct. 24 incident described in the civil lawsuit. Neither Shaffer, 29, nor Hatley, 28, faces criminal charges in that incident.
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By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,Sun reporter | January 27, 2007
Prosecutors dropped all charges yesterday against two Baltimore police officers accused of doing nothing to stop another officer from having sex with a female suspect at a police station. Officers Steven Hatley and Brian Shaffer had been charged with rape and misconduct in office, among other counts, until a deputy state's attorney told a judge at a brief court hearing yesterday that it was "in the best interest of justice" to end the criminal cases against them. As they left the city Circuit Courthouse, holding hands with their wives, Hatley, 28, and Shaffer, 29, said they wanted to remain police officers.
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By Julie Bykowicz and Gus G. Sentementes and Julie Bykowicz and Gus G. Sentementes,Sun Reporters | January 25, 2007
Two Baltimore police officers who had been on the security detail of the city's top prosecutor were reassigned yesterday, a day after one was seen in a courtroom congratulating a police officer who had just been acquitted of rape charges. Byron J. Conaway, an officer for eight years, and Samuel D. Bowden, an officer for 14 years, were removed from State's Attorney Patricia C. Jessamy's office, Police Department spokesman Matt Jablow said. Jablow would not say why the transfer occurred, and two representatives for the state's attorney's office declined to comment.
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By TYRONE RICHARDSON | January 8, 2006
Two of the three Baltimore police officers ordered to surrender after being indicted on rape charges Friday had not surrendered as of last night, according to a spokeswoman for the city prosecutor's office. A Baltimore Circuit Court judge set bail at $100,000 for each officer after a grand jury indicted them on charges that one officer forced a woman to have sex with him at the Southwestern District precinct while the other two did nothing to stop it. Officers Brian J. Shaffer and Steven P. Hatley were charged with first- and second-degree rape, conspiracy to commit rape, sexual offenses, assault and violation of official duties.
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By JULIE BYKOWICZ and JULIE BYKOWICZ,SUN REPORTER | February 16, 2006
Three Baltimore police officers pleaded not guilty yesterday in city Circuit Court to charges of rape, conspiracy to commit rape and misconduct in office in an alleged assault on a woman inside a station house late last year. Officers Jemini Jones, 28, Brian Shaffer, 31, and Steven Hatley, 27, are scheduled for a jury trial May 31. Jones is accused of coercing a 22-year-old woman who had been taken into custody into having sex with him. Shaffer and Hatley are accused of doing nothing to stop the assault.
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By ANNIE ADDINGTON and ANNIE ADDINGTON,MCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE | July 15, 2006
As a child, Gary Hatley had always dreamed of having a treehouse in his backyard to escape to and play out his adventure fantasies with his friends. As a father in his early 40s, he found that the fever had never quite died. When his son, Jack, was 4 or 5 years old, Hatley, who lives in Columbus, Ga., drew a sketch of a treehouse - a small, cabinlike structure featuring a big backyard oak climbing through its center. Jack was enamored with the drawing. "He just loved the idea," said Hatley, now 50 and the owner of a landscaping-management business.
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By GUS G. SENTEMENTES and GUS G. SENTEMENTES,SUN REPORTER | April 29, 2006
Attorneys for two of three Southwestern District police officers charged with raping a woman in a station house have filed motions to dismiss the indictments, claiming that Baltimore prosecutors have not disclosed evidence that could exonerate the men one month before their scheduled trial. Officers Steven P. Hatley and Brian J. Shaffer were indicted in early January on charges of first- and second-degree rape, conspiracy to commit rape, sex offense, assault and violation of official duties.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,Justin.fenton@baltsun.com | June 26, 2009
A group of Southwestern District officers accused of doing nothing to stop an alleged sexual assault at a police station in 2005 are among those cleared after a review of internal misconduct cases by the Baltimore Police Department found that the cases had been mishandled. Also dropped were administrative charges against several Eastern District officers accused of abusing overtime - in some cases doubling their salaries. The Police Department has dropped at least 50 cases in the fallout from the April firing of trial board prosecutor JoAnn C. Woodson-Branche, whom police union officials and defense attorneys have accused of manipulating the internal charging process and violating officers' due process rights.
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By Julie Bykowicz and Gus G. Sentementes and Julie Bykowicz and Gus G. Sentementes,Sun Reporters | January 25, 2007
Two Baltimore police officers who had been on the security detail of the city's top prosecutor were reassigned yesterday, a day after one was seen in a courtroom congratulating a police officer who had just been acquitted of rape charges. Byron J. Conaway, an officer for eight years, and Samuel D. Bowden, an officer for 14 years, were removed from State's Attorney Patricia C. Jessamy's office, Police Department spokesman Matt Jablow said. Jablow would not say why the transfer occurred, and two representatives for the state's attorney's office declined to comment.
NEWS
By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,SUN REPORTER | October 20, 2006
A woman who says she was sexually assaulted by a city police officer who is accused in two separate rape cases has filed a civil lawsuit. The multimillion-dollar lawsuit filed in Baltimore Circuit Court names three members of the now-defunct Southwestern District "flex squad" - Jemini Jones, Brian Shaffer and Steven Hatley. Jones, 29, was indicted in May on charges of rape, sex offense and misconduct in office in the Oct. 24 incident described in the civil lawsuit. Neither Shaffer, 29, nor Hatley, 28, faces criminal charges in that incident.
FEATURES
By ANNIE ADDINGTON and ANNIE ADDINGTON,MCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE | July 15, 2006
As a child, Gary Hatley had always dreamed of having a treehouse in his backyard to escape to and play out his adventure fantasies with his friends. As a father in his early 40s, he found that the fever had never quite died. When his son, Jack, was 4 or 5 years old, Hatley, who lives in Columbus, Ga., drew a sketch of a treehouse - a small, cabinlike structure featuring a big backyard oak climbing through its center. Jack was enamored with the drawing. "He just loved the idea," said Hatley, now 50 and the owner of a landscaping-management business.
NEWS
By GUS G. SENTEMENTES and GUS G. SENTEMENTES,SUN REPORTER | April 29, 2006
Attorneys for two of three Southwestern District police officers charged with raping a woman in a station house have filed motions to dismiss the indictments, claiming that Baltimore prosecutors have not disclosed evidence that could exonerate the men one month before their scheduled trial. Officers Steven P. Hatley and Brian J. Shaffer were indicted in early January on charges of first- and second-degree rape, conspiracy to commit rape, sex offense, assault and violation of official duties.
NEWS
By JULIE BYKOWICZ and JULIE BYKOWICZ,SUN REPORTER | February 16, 2006
Three Baltimore police officers pleaded not guilty yesterday in city Circuit Court to charges of rape, conspiracy to commit rape and misconduct in office in an alleged assault on a woman inside a station house late last year. Officers Jemini Jones, 28, Brian Shaffer, 31, and Steven Hatley, 27, are scheduled for a jury trial May 31. Jones is accused of coercing a 22-year-old woman who had been taken into custody into having sex with him. Shaffer and Hatley are accused of doing nothing to stop the assault.
NEWS
By TYRONE RICHARDSON | January 8, 2006
Two of the three Baltimore police officers ordered to surrender after being indicted on rape charges Friday had not surrendered as of last night, according to a spokeswoman for the city prosecutor's office. A Baltimore Circuit Court judge set bail at $100,000 for each officer after a grand jury indicted them on charges that one officer forced a woman to have sex with him at the Southwestern District precinct while the other two did nothing to stop it. Officers Brian J. Shaffer and Steven P. Hatley were charged with first- and second-degree rape, conspiracy to commit rape, sexual offenses, assault and violation of official duties.
NEWS
By Ann LoLordo | April 16, 1991
Navy Chaplain Thomas E. Webb leaned over the rail on the flight deck of the USNS Comfort yesterday, scanning the ebullient crowd below. He saw the giant yellow bow tacked to the side of the Dundalk Marine Terminal and the bobbing brass tubas of the marching band. He saw the welcome home sign for "Tonya" and the cluster of red, white and blue balloons for "Jeff."Then in the midst of the crowd, he spotted them: his wife, Kathy, and daughter Emily waving tiny U.S. flags. That's when the Protestant minister started to tremble.
NEWS
October 4, 2005
ON September 29, 2005 in Conway, S.C., RICHMOND ALEXANDER HUNTLEY, JR.; beloved son of the late Roy and Evelyn Hatley; devoted husband of Betty Huntley; devoted father of Jeremiah and Joshua Huntley; brother of Marvin Richard Huntley (Pete), Charles Sidney Huntley (Chuck), Deborah Dale Mc Fadden (Debbie) and the late Sherry Ann Walker. Also survived by seven nieces and six nephews. Donations may be made to your favorite charities in Buddy Huntley's name.
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By Ann LoLordo | April 16, 1991
Navy Chaplain Thomas E. Webb leaned over the rail on the flight deck of the USNS Comfort yesterday, scanning the ebullient crowd below. He saw the giant yellow bow tacked to the side of the Dundalk Marine Terminal and the bobbing brass tubas of the marching band. He saw the welcome home sign for "Tonya" and the cluster of red, white and blue balloons for "Jeff."Then in the midst of the crowd, he spotted them: his wife, Kathy, and daughter Emily waving tiny U.S. flags. That's when the Protestant minister started to tremble.
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