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By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman and The Baltimore Sun | July 12, 2011
Unless you’re having it on ice in a cocktail glass with a pink umbrella, sex on the beach is illegal in Ocean City. And most other public beaches. It’s a touchy subject and I hesitate to even bring it up, but it seems some folks aren’t aware that you could be arrested for lewd behavior, indecent exposure, perverted practice, disorderly conduct and other charges, if you’re discovered doing something illicit on the beach, no matter how beautiful the moonlight. And it doesn't matter what kind of sex it is - still illegal.
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NEWS
June 24, 1996
Man arrested Thursday on indecent exposure chargeA man was arrested Thursday at the Savage Rocks area of the Little Patuxent River after Howard County police found him wearing nothing but his cap and sandals.Evan Wilder, 25, of Laurel was charged with indecent exposure, police said.He was released on his own recognizance early Friday, police said. No bail was set.Police logNorth Laurel: 9200 Livery Lane: A 1985 Yamaha YZ490 without license plates was stolen from the bed of a pickup truck on Wednesday night or Thursday morning.
NEWS
By Erica C. Harrington and Erica C. Harrington,SUN STAFF | August 7, 1996
A 36-year-old Columbia man wearing a white bra and panties behind the Columbia Inn in Town Center was arrested on indecent exposure charges, police said.Edgar Howard Bryant Jr. of the 7900 block of Guilford Road in Hickory Ridge village was charged early yesterday with indecent exposure and possession of marijuana. He was released on his own recognizance yesterday.Police said Bryant was sitting in front of the Columbia Inn in the 10200 block of Wincopin Circle about 2: 30 a.m. "rubbing his body in a sexual manner," according to court documents.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | October 24, 2013
Annapolis Police charged a man this week with dozens of counts of indecent exposure, and believe he is tied to incidents dating back to last year. Earlier this month, police said Eddie Jenkins, Jr, 20, went to the partially enclosed patio of a ground floor apartment in the first block of Bricin St., disrobed, and touched himself. Police later charged him in connection with 10 other peeping tom incidents dating back to May 2012 in the same area of Annapolis. In May, police warned the public about the peeping tom cases, and said Jenkins would sometimes knock on the sliding glass doors of a home to get the attention of residents.
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By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff writer | March 31, 1991
State police troopers arrested nine people during a raid at the U.S.Books adult bookstore in Edgewood on March 23, hoping to generate new leads in a year-old homicide investigation.Tfc. E. Raymond Domico said, however, that the raid has not produced any immediate leads for the investigation into the April 1, 1990, stabbing death of 17-year-old James O. Blakeley of Havre de Grace.The state police started a covert investigation at the bookstore,in the 3000 block of Pulaski Highway, last January as part of the Blakeley case, Domico said.
NEWS
September 2, 1998
County police arrested a 29-year-old Severn man early yesterday on charges of putting a knife to a cab driver's throat, robbing him of his money and stealing the cab.Kenneth Brian Daff, of the 7900 block of Telegraph Road, was charged with armed carjacking, armed robbery, first-degree assault, motor vehicle theft and drug possession, police said.The cab driver, Jason Thomas Slaughter, 22, of Odenton, picked up a man at Nani's Place in the 7900 block of Telegraph Road in Severn about 1: 20 a.m. yesterday, police said.
NEWS
January 26, 2012
"We need to understand what circumstances led to this incident," said an archdiocese spokesman ("Archdiocese investigating priest: He's suspended indefinitely after arrest on charges of indecent exposure," Jan. 24). Celibacy, that unnatural restriction, is forced on clergymen by the male-dominated Vatican. That's what led to these circumstances. Until the Catholic Church understands that it must change, these circumstances will lead other clergy to expose the church to embarrassment as a result of their natural desires.
NEWS
By ANNIE LINSKEY | March 22, 2006
Anne Arundel : Glen Burnie Man charged with exposing himself A 45-year-old homeless man was arrested on St. Patrick's Day on charges that he exposed himself to a 10-year-old girl and a 15-year-old boy on a Glen Burnie playground, county police said. Kenneth Daniel Hankins was charged with indecent exposure and is being held on a $100,000 bond at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center, police said. Police said a man was near the Glen Ridge Apartments on Glen Ridge Road when he exposed himself and asked the girl to "come over here."
NEWS
By MELISSA HARRIS | January 12, 2007
A Howard County police officer, who was acquitted on a charge of exposing himself to a county 911 dispatcher last year, has left the force, according to police. Edward Thatcher's last day of service was Nov. 11. Police spokeswoman Sherry Llewellyn said that she could not reveal whether Thatcher was fired or resigned because that information is part of his personnel file. In October, Howard County Circuit Judge Diane O. Leasure found Thatcher not guilty of the charge of indecent exposure, citing insufficient evidence.
NEWS
July 19, 1994
A clerk at the Pasadena Gas & Go in the 8200 block of Ritchie Highway foiled an attempted robbery Saturday morning when he slugged the suspect, county police said.The clerk, whose name police would not release, was in the station when a man came in and grabbed him by the neck shortly after 1 a.m., police said. The man ordered the clerk to give him money. As the clerk tried to back away, he swung at the man, hitting him in the left jaw, police said.The suspect released the clerk and fled on foot, police said.
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