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By Will FespermanThe Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2014
Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services officials say an Essex man violated his home detention Wednesday when he took off his monitoring device and left his residence. Officials say Delonte Mack, 24, left his residence in the 1400 block of Winter Park Circle about 2 p.m., violating his detention from a theft case. Authorities searched for Mack around his home but could not find him, and officials said he remained at large as of Thursday evening. Police are asking that anyone with information about Mack call 911.
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By Nayana Davis, The Baltimore Sun | August 1, 2014
A search is underway for a man who escaped from home detention in Belair-Edison this past week, according to the state Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. Brian Cherry, 35, of the 2900 block of Erdman Avenue, was last seen Monday, officials said. Officials believe he cut off his ankle monitoring unit and left his home. Investigators said he is believed to be staying in the Northeast Baltimore area. Cherry, who is 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 180 pounds, is serving a five-year sentence for possession of a firearm.
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By Tricia Bishop, The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2011
A 46-year-old Columbia woman was sentenced to 10 months of home detention and four additional years of probation Friday for inflating the hours she worked as a contractor to overbill the National Security Agency by nearly $109,000, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office announced. Ann Warwick worked for Business Consulting Technology LLC, a subcontractor providing intelligence analyst services for the NSA, from August 2009 to July 2010, when she's accused of adding 836 hours to her time sheets, at a rate of more than $100 per hour.
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By Will FespermanThe Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2014
Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services officials say an Essex man violated his home detention Wednesday when he took off his monitoring device and left his residence. Officials say Delonte Mack, 24, left his residence in the 1400 block of Winter Park Circle about 2 p.m., violating his detention from a theft case. Authorities searched for Mack around his home but could not find him, and officials said he remained at large as of Thursday evening. Police are asking that anyone with information about Mack call 911.
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February 3, 2010
Anne Arundel County Police Lt. James B. Cifala was released from federal custody Tuesday, his lawyer said, after having been previously ordered held without bail on charges he received child pornography in the form of sexually explicit text messages from a teenager. U.S. District Judge Catherine C. Blake put Cifala, 47, on a home detention program pending trial, said his attorney, former federal prosecutor Andrew C. White. Cifala was arrested this month after FBI agents alleged he had had an inappropriate relationship with a 16-year-old girl.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | February 26, 2013
The final conspirator in the theft of large amounts of copper wire from Aberdeen Proving Ground was sentenced last week in Federal District Court in Baltimore. Steven Coale, 34, of North East, was sentenced to three years of supervised probation, including eight months to be spent on home detention, according to a spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Baltimore. During the Feb. 21 sentencing, Coale was also ordered by U.S. District Court Judge William D. Quarles Jr. to forfeit $56,000 he received from the theft scheme.
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By Tricia Bishop, The Baltimore Sun | May 18, 2010
A Baltimore teenager nicknamed "Murder" was facing new assault charges Monday, three days after he was placed on house arrest and equipped with a tracking monitor to deter criminal activity. The case is raising more questions about whether home monitoring, particularly that backed by an ankle bracelet global positioning device, can keep the public safe from potentially violent juvenile offenders. Last month, another teen, Lamont Davis, was convicted of attempted murder while on the same GPS system.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2014
A Baltimore police officer was sentenced to six months of home detention on Thursday for lying on a search warrant application to raid a house in Canton. The target of the search, David Esteppe, says Officer Adam Lewellen conspired with Esteppe's ex-girlfriend to raid his home in the 3100 block of Foster Ave. in March 2012. Esteppe has filed a lawsuit against Lewellen seeking monetary damages. The search by Lewellen and other officers turned up a gun and what police believed was drugs.
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By Nayana Davis, The Baltimore Sun | August 1, 2014
A search is underway for a man who escaped from home detention in Belair-Edison this past week, according to the state Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. Brian Cherry, 35, of the 2900 block of Erdman Avenue, was last seen Monday, officials said. Officials believe he cut off his ankle monitoring unit and left his home. Investigators said he is believed to be staying in the Northeast Baltimore area. Cherry, who is 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 180 pounds, is serving a five-year sentence for possession of a firearm.
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Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2011
A 44-year-old Ellicott City man who operated what police described as a sophisticated marijuana-growing operation discovered after a sports car crashed into his residence and caught fire will spend six months on home detention. Howard County Circuit Judge Diane O. Leasure sentenced Richard Marriott on Tuesday to five years in prison, but suspended all but six months, and ordered him to pay a $1,500 fine. Marriott's attorney, Leonard Shapiro, said in court that his client was "certainly not living the lifestyle of a drug dealer.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2014
A Baltimore police officer was sentenced to six months of home detention on Thursday for lying on a search warrant application to raid a house in Canton. The target of the search, David Esteppe, says Officer Adam Lewellen conspired with Esteppe's ex-girlfriend to raid his home in the 3100 block of Foster Ave. in March 2012. Esteppe has filed a lawsuit against Lewellen seeking monetary damages. The search by Lewellen and other officers turned up a gun and what police believed was drugs.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2014
When Trena Williams was charged last fall with first-degree murder and held without bail, she was four months pregnant. Behind bars, inmates get prenatal care. So when the charges were later reduced to accessory after the fact and she was released on home detention, Circuit Judge Stephen J. Sfekas ordered Williams, 29, to receive prenatal care as one of the conditions of her release. But even after she'd given birth to a healthy baby girl, prosecutors wanted proof that Williams had received care during her pregnancy, threatening her with jail time if she didn't comply.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | June 25, 2013
Four people, three adults and one juvenile, were arrested as they allegedly burglarized an Edgewood apartment early Friday morning, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said. Deputies received an anonymous call about 3:45 a.m. Friday that people had broken into an apartment building in the 1900 block of Edgewater Drive in the Edgewater Village community. When the deputies arrived, they noticed the door of one of the apartments had been pried open and, as they entered, the deputies saw four people fleeing out the back door, according to Christie Kahler, public information specialist for the Sheriff's Office.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2013
Former Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold walked out of jail Friday morning after being locked up since March on a misconduct conviction. Leopold, 70, dashed through a gate into a black Chevrolet waiting in the Jennifer Road Detention Center employee parking lot before being driven off in the rain. Although he will no longer be spending his nights in a cell, Leopold will be under house arrest for a further 30 days. Reached later on at his blue, clapboard-sided home in a private community in Pasadena, Leopold peered through the top window of his front door, but did not come out. "I can't talk now," he said.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | February 26, 2013
The final conspirator in the theft of large amounts of copper wire from Aberdeen Proving Ground was sentenced last week in Federal District Court in Baltimore. Steven Coale, 34, of North East, was sentenced to three years of supervised probation, including eight months to be spent on home detention, according to a spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Baltimore. During the Feb. 21 sentencing, Coale was also ordered by U.S. District Court Judge William D. Quarles Jr. to forfeit $56,000 he received from the theft scheme.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | December 14, 2012
A Havre de Grace man, who pleaded guilty to stealing tons of aluminum from Aberdeen Proving Ground when he was employed at the installation, was sentenced to a year of home detention by a federal judge Wednesday. In U.S. District Court in Baltimore, Judge William D. Quarles Jr. sentenced Ronald Phillips Baker Sr., 62, to one year of home detention with electronic monitoring as part of five years' probation, according to Rod J. Rosenstein, U.S. Attorney for Maryland. Quarles also ordered Baker to pay restitution of $25,732.38.
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By Matt Zapotosky, The Washington Post | December 14, 2012
The retired Prince George's County police officer, his decorated career in law enforcement forever besmirched by a second-degree assault conviction, discussed his struggles to explain the concept of justice to his eight children. The former University of Maryland student described his mother repeatedly watching news footage of the incident, his brutal beating forever etched on her mind. On Friday, Prince George's County Circuit Judge Beverly Woodard tried to deliver justice for both men. She criticized Maryland students for the raucous celebration after a basketball game that led to John McKenna's videotaped beating, but she turned her ire on Officer James Harrison, who struck the young man with a baton after he skipped toward a police line in March 2010.
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By Matt Zapotosky, The Washington Post | December 14, 2012
The retired Prince George's County police officer, his decorated career in law enforcement forever besmirched by a second-degree assault conviction, discussed his struggles to explain the concept of justice to his eight children. The former University of Maryland student described his mother repeatedly watching news footage of the incident, his brutal beating forever etched on her mind. On Friday, Prince George's County Circuit Judge Beverly Woodard tried to deliver justice for both men. She criticized Maryland students for the raucous celebration after a basketball game that led to John McKenna's videotaped beating, but she turned her ire on Officer James Harrison, who struck the young man with a baton after he skipped toward a police line in March 2010.
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