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September 7, 2009
On September 1, 2009, JOAN E. BUMPERS-JANEY. Friends may visit the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, INC., 4300 Wabash Avenue on Tuesday after 8:30 A.M where the family will receive friends on Wednesday at 9 A.M., follow by funeral service at 9:30 A.M.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | March 15, 2012
When Asa Bell fled the country in 2008 while free on $250,000 bail on gun and drug charges in Baltimore, the bail bond company appeared to be stuck with the tab from the state. Four years later, interest has increased the amount to $360,000 and counting. But Texas-based Financial Casualty Surety Co. and its local agent, 4 Aces Bail Bonds Inc., continue to fight the judgment with no apparent end in sight, as the companies exhaust their legal options. They have twice taken the case to the Court of Special Appeals, which has sent it back down on each occasion with the instruction that they pay up. A hearing Thursday in Baltimore Circuit Court ended with the same finding, but attorneys again vowed to appeal.
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August 9, 2009
On August 3, 2009, JANEY E. CARTER. On Tuesday, friends may call Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services
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September 7, 2009
On September 1, 2009, JOAN E. BUMPERS-JANEY. Friends may visit the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, INC., 4300 Wabash Avenue on Tuesday after 8:30 A.M where the family will receive friends on Wednesday at 9 A.M., follow by funeral service at 9:30 A.M.
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By Robert Guy Matthews and Robert Guy Matthews,SUN STAFF | February 22, 1996
City Solicitor Neal M. Janey told a City Council committee yesterday that he never advised the housing authority board chairman to ignore a council subpoena.Mr. Janey's testimony contradicted that of Housing Commissioner Daniel P. Henson III at Mr. Henson's reconfirmation hearing last week.Since last year, the council's Legislative Investigative Committee has tried unsuccessfully to get Reginald C. Thomas, chairman of the board of the Housing Authority of Baltimore City, to testify about a controversial $25.6 million no-bid housing repair program.
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By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | August 23, 1996
City Solicitor Neal M. Janey is leaving next month to return to private law practice after serving more than eight years for Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke.He will join the law firm of Miles & Stockbridge as co-manager of its government relations practice with O. James Lighthizer. The former Anne Arundel County executive and state transportation secretary also is joining the firm.Janey's departure comes more than a year after he first announced he was leaving his job as top City Hall lawyer. He changed his mind after Schmoke persuaded him to stay for the transition into his third mayoral term.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | September 28, 1997
Jurors will return tomorrow to resume deliberating the fate of Richard E. Janey, the Annapolis man accused of stabbing his girlfriend to death and burning a bloody car to hide the crime.The nine women and three men, who listened to three days of testimony in the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court trial last week, heard closing arguments and deliberated about two hours Friday before Judge Clayton R. Greene Jr. sent them home.This is the second time Janey, 34, of the 100 block of Obery Court, is standing trial in the December 1994 slaying of Susan McAteer, 29, of the first block of Southgate Ave., also in Annapolis.
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By Tanya Jones and Tanya Jones,SUN STAFF | February 24, 1998
An Anne Arundel County jury yesterday convicted Richard E. Janey of second-degree murder in the 1994 stabbing death of a 29-year-old Annapolis woman.The body of Susan McAteer was found in woods off Dubois Road outside Annapolis Dec. 27, 1994, about a week after she was stabbed 58 times.In September, a jury convicted Janey, of the 100 block of Obery Court, of accessory after the fact, arson and conspiracy for helping to dump the woman's body and burning the car in which she was stabbed. But that jury deadlocked on the second-degree murder question in Janey's second trial on the charges.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | April 21, 1998
An Anne Arundel County Circuit Court judge yesterday ordered convicted killer Richard E. Janey, 34, to serve 30 years in prison, the same amount of time he received at his first trial in 1995.Judge Clayton R. Greene tried to order a 35-year sentence, the maximum for second-degree murder, in the 1994 slaying of 29-year-old Susan McAteer of Annapolis. He relented when one of Janey's lawyers noted that the sentence could not be harsher than the sentence from Janey's first conviction -- which was overturned on appeal -- unless there was new evidence.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | February 18, 1998
A nervous key witness told an Anne Arundel County Circuit Court jury yesterday that she was identifying defendant Richard E. Janey as her friend's killer because it's the truth, not because that testimony could win her freedom from prison.The opening day of Janey's trial -- his third on a charge that he killed Susan McAteer -- focused on Wanda R. Hall, who had refused to testify in the past but made a deal to take the witness stand this time.The pact that Hall, 34, made with prosecutors Feb. 11 calls for her to testify in exchange for the state's recommendation of her release from a 14-year prison term into a residential drug treatment program or the state's support in reducing her sentence to a year in the county jail and outpatient drug treatment.
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August 9, 2009
On August 3, 2009, JANEY E. CARTER. On Tuesday, friends may call Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services
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By Nicole Fuller and Nicole Fuller,Sun reporter | July 1, 2008
A convicted murderer sentenced to an added 15-year term for assaulting a fellow inmate told an Anne Arundel County judge yesterday that he is being threatened in prison by gang members and was forced to resort to violence to protect himself. Richard Janey, 43, is serving a 30-year sentence at the Western Correctional Institution in Cumberland for the murder of an Annapolis woman in 1994. Janey was convicted of second-degree murder in the killing of 29-year-old Susan McAteer, who was stabbed 58 times.
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May 6, 2008
On April 30, 2008 MS. JANEY Visitation at 2140 N. Fulton Ave., on Tuesday, 3-8P.M. The family will receive friends in the chapel on Wednesday at 10A.M. Funeral at 10:30A.M.
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By LAURA VOZZELLA | July 25, 2007
Baltimore banned liquor ads from most billboards in 1994, but they popped up recently in Remington and Hampden. Neighborhood leaders complained last week, and Clear Channel Communications agreed to take them down. But neighbors shouldn't crack open the celebratory Smirnoff and Bud Ice just yet. Even though a lawyer for Clear Channel said the liquor billboards were some sort of mistake - "This was not a test case," he said. "It was an operational issue." - he also asserted that they were legal.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | July 29, 2005
Nearly six months after she was briefly snatched from her Glen Burnie home in a midday break-in, Janey still clutches a teddy bear for comfort - and yesterday the man charged with the crime was sentenced to five years in prison. "You essentially took a member of that family," Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Michele Dane Jaklitsch told Kenneth M. King, 25, who pleaded guilty to burglary in the incident. But Janey is no ordinary family member - she is a white-throated capuchin monkey worth $7,000.
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By Josh Mitchell and Josh Mitchell,SUN STAFF | February 5, 2005
When a Baltimore couple bought an exotic bird from Michelle and Brian Howard last month, they seemed more interested in the Howards' capuchin monkey. But Janey was not for sale. Police said the 48-hour search for Janey ended yesterday when officers found her in the couple's Southwest Baltimore home. As the exotic monkey returned to the Howards, Anne Arundel County police issued arrest warrants for Kenneth Michael King, 25, and Wendy Michelle Ward, 30. Each faces charges of first-degree burglary, fourth-degree burglary and theft of more than $500.
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By Mark Hyman and Mark Hyman,SUN STAFF | September 12, 1996
Neal M. Janey's resignation as Baltimore city solicitor becomes effective next month, but chances are he won't be moving far from the city Board of Estimates.As the city's chief lawyer, Janey has sat for more than eight years on the powerful board, which awards millions of dollars in city contracts each year. When he begins his new job at the Baltimore law firm of Miles & Stockbridge, he could be appearing before the same panel, trying to win some of those coveted contracts for paying clients.
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By Laura Vozzella and Laura Vozzella,SUN STAFF | July 19, 2004
One of two private attorneys hired to represent City Council members in a federal investigation of their financial and political dealings has dropped at least some of them as clients. Several council members have said they are meeting individually with City Solicitor Ralph S. Tyler this week to discuss new legal representation. It was not clear if attorney Neal M. Janey, who was assigned 10 members of the 19-member council, continues to represent any of them. Janey did not return repeated phone messages seeking comment.
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