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February 6, 2004
On January 31, 2004 BISHOP ANTONIO EDDIE WILLIAMS, devoted husband of Joyce E. Williams; beloved father of Jerome Williams, Antonio Williams Jr. and Nadria Y. Williams. He is also survived by his father, sisters, brothers and a host of others that loved him.Visitation at THE DERRICK C. JONES FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 4611 Park Heights Avenue, on Friday February 6, 1 to 7 p.m. Bishop Williams will lie in state at St. Paul COmmunity Baptist CHurch, 1901 E. Federal St., on Saturday, February 7 at 9 a.m. Family will receive friends at 10 with funeral Service to follow at 10:30 a.m.
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By Daniel Gallen and The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2013
After making tape measure-shot home runs the norm through the first two months of the season, it appeared Orioles first baseman Chris Davis had cooled down. He battled through an 0-for-16 stretch. He hadn't homered since June 2. He hadn't even driven in a run since that day. But Wednesday against the Los Angeles Angels, Davis showed that the previous four-game stretch was just an aberration. In the 9-5 loss to the Angels , Davis went 2-for-4 with a homer, two RBIs, one double and one run scored.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | October 4, 2010
The jury in the trial of three men accused of the murder of Kenneth N. Harris had two questions Monday - neither of which the judge answered. In the first, jurors wondered how many guns had been used in the hold-up of the New Haven Lounge, to which retired Baltimore Circuit Judge David Ross responded that the jury should study the evidence at its disposal. The second question was whether Jerome Williams, the youngest of the defendants, was holding a gun during the crime. The judge's answer was the same.
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By Eduardo A. Encina, The Baltimore Sun | May 5, 2013
ANAHEIM, Calif. - The first five weeks of the Orioles' season has included more than its share of hotel rooms and plane rides, ending with a marathon 11-day, 11-game stretch to the West Coast. And while it's still early in the 2013 season, the Orioles' strong showing during a trip that took them through Oakland, Seattle and Anaheim undoubtedly made for an easier cross-country flight back to Baltimore. With their 8-4 win over the Los Angeles Angels on Sunday, the Orioles finished their trip with a 7-4 record going into Monday's highly anticipated off day. And they did so with the same lunch pail mentality that defined last year's team.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | September 2, 2010
Prosecutors and defense lawyers could take a week to pick a jury in the trial of three men accused of killing former Baltimore City Councilman Kenneth N. Harris. The selection began Thursday morning with 130 potential jurors, a pool that will be slowly whittled down to a working panel of a dozen, with two alternates. Court officials predicted the jury could be seated by next Friday. The process is being complicated by the fact that each of the three defendants — Charles Y. McGaney, Gary A. Collins and Jerome Williams — has his own lawyer, each of whom is entitled to question jury candidates at length about their views, their personal history and whether they have any feelings about the case.
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By Daniel Gallen and The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2013
After making tape measure-shot home runs the norm through the first two months of the season, it appeared Orioles first baseman Chris Davis had cooled down. He battled through an 0-for-16 stretch. He hadn't homered since June 2. He hadn't even driven in a run since that day. But Wednesday against the Los Angeles Angels, Davis showed that the previous four-game stretch was just an aberration. In the 9-5 loss to the Angels , Davis went 2-for-4 with a homer, two RBIs, one double and one run scored.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2010
A jury in the trial of three men accused of killing former Baltimore City Councilman Kenneth N. Harris could be seated by Friday. If it is — and there is no guarantee, given how long the selection has taken — opening statements would begin Monday. The trial could last a month or more, the judge told a room full of prospective jurors Thursday morning. When he asked them whether such a long trial would be a hardship, dozens of hands shot into the air. The choice of a jury — a panel of 12, plus two alternates — began Sept.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2010
After 13 days of testimony from more than two-dozen witnesses and reams of often-complex evidence, the jury hearing the case against three men accused of killing former Baltimore Councilman Kenneth N. Harris is set to begin deliberations Friday. Both sides vigorously defended their cases in closing arguments Thursday. The death of Harris, one defense lawyer said, was "the murder of the century in this city. " From the prosecution's perspective, the case against Gary Collins, 22, Jerome Williams, 17, and Charles McGaney, 22, is rock-solid, backed by DNA evidence recovered near the scene of the crime.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2010
The woman who was with Kenneth N. Harris the night he was killed said in court Monday that she was "terrified" when a man in a white Halloween mask walked up to the car they were sitting in and fired a shot at the former Baltimore city councilman, showering them both with glass. Monica Foreman-Robinson, whose identity was not publicly known until she took the stand at the start of the trial of three men accused of killing Harris on Sept. 20, 2008, said the car shook as the bullet shattered a driver's-side window.
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By Eduardo A. Encina, The Baltimore Sun | May 5, 2013
ANAHEIM, Calif. - The first five weeks of the Orioles' season has included more than its share of hotel rooms and plane rides, ending with a marathon 11-day, 11-game stretch to the West Coast. And while it's still early in the 2013 season, the Orioles' strong showing during a trip that took them through Oakland, Seattle and Anaheim undoubtedly made for an easier cross-country flight back to Baltimore. With their 8-4 win over the Los Angeles Angels on Sunday, the Orioles finished their trip with a 7-4 record going into Monday's highly anticipated off day. And they did so with the same lunch pail mentality that defined last year's team.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | October 19, 2010
Two men convicted of killing a former city councilman during the robbery of a Northeast Baltimore jazz club were sentenced Tuesday to life in prison plus 30 years. A third defendant received a 65-year term. Jerome Williams, 17, and Charles Y. McGaney, 22, were given life terms for their convictions this month on charges of first-degree felony murder, assault and other counts in the 2008 robbery during which Kenneth N. Harris was killed. A legal expert said that given their murder convictions, Williams and McGaney are unlikely to be paroled unless the governor approves — a rare occurrence.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | October 4, 2010
The jury in the trial of three men accused of the murder of Kenneth N. Harris had two questions Monday - neither of which the judge answered. In the first, jurors wondered how many guns had been used in the hold-up of the New Haven Lounge, to which retired Baltimore Circuit Judge David Ross responded that the jury should study the evidence at its disposal. The second question was whether Jerome Williams, the youngest of the defendants, was holding a gun during the crime. The judge's answer was the same.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2010
After 13 days of testimony from more than two-dozen witnesses and reams of often-complex evidence, the jury hearing the case against three men accused of killing former Baltimore Councilman Kenneth N. Harris is set to begin deliberations Friday. Both sides vigorously defended their cases in closing arguments Thursday. The death of Harris, one defense lawyer said, was "the murder of the century in this city. " From the prosecution's perspective, the case against Gary Collins, 22, Jerome Williams, 17, and Charles McGaney, 22, is rock-solid, backed by DNA evidence recovered near the scene of the crime.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2010
The woman who was with Kenneth N. Harris the night he was killed said in court Monday that she was "terrified" when a man in a white Halloween mask walked up to the car they were sitting in and fired a shot at the former Baltimore city councilman, showering them both with glass. Monica Foreman-Robinson, whose identity was not publicly known until she took the stand at the start of the trial of three men accused of killing Harris on Sept. 20, 2008, said the car shook as the bullet shattered a driver's-side window.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2010
A jury in the trial of three men accused of killing former Baltimore City Councilman Kenneth N. Harris could be seated by Friday. If it is — and there is no guarantee, given how long the selection has taken — opening statements would begin Monday. The trial could last a month or more, the judge told a room full of prospective jurors Thursday morning. When he asked them whether such a long trial would be a hardship, dozens of hands shot into the air. The choice of a jury — a panel of 12, plus two alternates — began Sept.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | September 2, 2010
Prosecutors and defense lawyers could take a week to pick a jury in the trial of three men accused of killing former Baltimore City Councilman Kenneth N. Harris. The selection began Thursday morning with 130 potential jurors, a pool that will be slowly whittled down to a working panel of a dozen, with two alternates. Court officials predicted the jury could be seated by next Friday. The process is being complicated by the fact that each of the three defendants — Charles Y. McGaney, Gary A. Collins and Jerome Williams — has his own lawyer, each of whom is entitled to question jury candidates at length about their views, their personal history and whether they have any feelings about the case.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | October 19, 2010
Two men convicted of killing a former city councilman during the robbery of a Northeast Baltimore jazz club were sentenced Tuesday to life in prison plus 30 years. A third defendant received a 65-year term. Jerome Williams, 17, and Charles Y. McGaney, 22, were given life terms for their convictions this month on charges of first-degree felony murder, assault and other counts in the 2008 robbery during which Kenneth N. Harris was killed. A legal expert said that given their murder convictions, Williams and McGaney are unlikely to be paroled unless the governor approves — a rare occurrence.
NEWS
February 6, 2004
On January 31, 2004 BISHOP ANTONIO EDDIE WILLIAMS, devoted husband of Joyce E. Williams; beloved father of Jerome Williams, Antonio Williams Jr. and Nadria Y. Williams. He is also survived by his father, sisters, brothers and a host of others that loved him.Visitation at THE DERRICK C. JONES FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 4611 Park Heights Avenue, on Friday February 6, 1 to 7 p.m. Bishop Williams will lie in state at St. Paul COmmunity Baptist CHurch, 1901 E. Federal St., on Saturday, February 7 at 9 a.m. Family will receive friends at 10 with funeral Service to follow at 10:30 a.m.
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