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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | September 12, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- An attorney for Maryland wide receiver Kevin Washington said yesterday he has begun preliminary talks with officials from the Prince George's County State's Attorney's Office, but he's not certain if any plea or other legal arrangements can be made before Washington's Oct. 23 court date.Washington, a redshirt freshman from Dunbar High, is facing three counts of felony forgery and nine counts of misdemeanor theft. Charges were filed by campus police on Aug. 14."It would be unfair at this point to say something definite is going to happen because of the number of parties involved," said Harvey Siegel, of Siegel & Siegel in Baltimore.
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February 13, 2003
For those of us who know how to save a buck and more efficiently use technology, caller identification boxes seem like a mighty waste of money. After all, an answering machine allows you to screen calls without having to squint at a little box with a telephone number on it to figure out whether you want to pick up or not. Nevertheless, the Olympia OL3000 InfoGlobe ($50) was such a neat gadget that I went ahead and sprang for Caller ID on my home telephone just to see it in action. With a brilliant floating LED display that shows telephone numbers, time and date of calls, current date and day, the Globe made Caller ID worthwhile for my middle-aged eyes.
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By Milton Kent and Ashley McGeachy and Milton Kent and Ashley McGeachy,Staff Writers | August 18, 1992
Maryland running back Larry Washington still may face charges stemming from the unauthorized use of a credit card that allegedly was stolen by one of his teammates.Lt. Don Smith, a spokesman for the university's police department, said an investigation is continuing into the case where Kevin Washington, a redshirt freshman wide receiver from Dunbar High, was arrested and charged with forgery and theft last Friday.Smith said that while Larry Washington was not charged at the time he was questioned, police have not ruled out charging him.Meanwhile, the player is pondering his future, as he awaits word from the police.
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February 21, 2002
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By Don Markus and Mike Preston and Don Markus and Mike Preston,Staff Writers | September 4, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- University of Maryland sophomore running back Larry Washington of Randallstown was reinstated yesterday, but freshman receiver Kevin Washington of Baltimore has been "permanently suspended," coach Mark Duffner announced.Duffner, who suspended the players indefinitely Aug. 15, said Larry Washington must serve a two-game suspension. He will not travel to tomorrow night's season opener at Virginia, but will begin practicing next week and is expected to be in uniform for the team's third game Sept.
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September 2, 1992
Maryland sophomore running back Larry Washington said he talked with football coach Mark Duffner yesterday, but there has been no decision whether he will be reinstated to the team.Washington admitted to one charge of felony forgery of a credit card Monday as part of a plea arrangement worked out before Prince George's County District Judge Sylvania W. Woods.Washington was placed on one year's unsupervised probation and required to make restitution of $652.14, serve 40 hours of community service and agree to testify if teammate Kevin Washington goes to trial in connection with his alleged theft, and use of checks and credit cards.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | September 3, 1992
University of Maryland sophomore running back Larry Washington was reinstated to the football team last night, according to two sources close to the player.Washington, however, will be suspended for three games and has to apologize to his teammates today for an incident that led to his suspension nearly three weeks ago.Washington, 20, from Randallstown High, declined to comment last night, and Maryland football coach Mark Duffner did not return phone calls to his office.But Grace Price, Washington's mother, said Washington had expected to meet with Duffner last night.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | August 28, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- The Prince George's County State's Attorney's Office yesterday charged Maryland sophomore running back Larry Washington with two counts of forgery.Washington, 20, from Randallstown High, was charged with forging a check and -- in a separate incident -- forging a signature after a purchase on a credit card. Forgery is considered a felony and carries a maximum sentence of 10 years imprisonment or a fine of $1,000 or both.The charges stem from an incident involving redshirt freshman wide receiver Kevin Washington.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | August 28, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- The Prince George's County State's Attorney's Office yesterday charged Maryland sophomore running back Larry Washington with two counts of forgery.Washington, 20, from Randallstown High, was charged with forging a check and -- in a separate incident -- forging a signature after a purchase on a credit card. Forgery is considered a felony and carries a maximum sentence of 10 years imprisonment or a fine of $1,000 or both.The charges stem from an incident involving redshirt freshman wide receiver Kevin Washington.
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By Milton Kent and Doug Brown and Milton Kent and Doug Brown,Staff Writers | August 19, 1992
The past few days have "surely been hell" for Maryland redshirt freshman wide receiver Kevin Washington since he was arrested on theft and forgery charges, but it's a hell that he admits he created for himself.Washington, who faces a possible jail term and fines stemming from the alleged theft of a roommate's credit cards and the use of stolen personal checks from another, said yesterday that he "made a mistake" that may cost him his college scholarship and eventually his freedom."I did something wrong.
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October 29, 2001
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | August 15, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- Larry Washington entered Maryland under the burden of great expectations. That pressure hasn't lessened, and last year it was intensified by events that affected his family, his health and his future as a college football player."
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | September 12, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- An attorney for Maryland wide receiver Kevin Washington said yesterday he has begun preliminary talks with officials from the Prince George's County State's Attorney's Office, but he's not certain if any plea or other legal arrangements can be made before Washington's Oct. 23 court date.Washington, a redshirt freshman from Dunbar High, is facing three counts of felony forgery and nine counts of misdemeanor theft. Charges were filed by campus police on Aug. 14."It would be unfair at this point to say something definite is going to happen because of the number of parties involved," said Harvey Siegel, of Siegel & Siegel in Baltimore.
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By Don Markus and Mike Preston and Don Markus and Mike Preston,Staff Writers | September 4, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- University of Maryland sophomore running back Larry Washington of Randallstown was reinstated yesterday, but freshman receiver Kevin Washington of Baltimore has been "permanently suspended," coach Mark Duffner announced.Duffner, who suspended the players indefinitely Aug. 15, said Larry Washington must serve a two-game suspension. He will not travel to tomorrow night's season opener at Virginia, but will begin practicing next week and is expected to be in uniform for the team's third game Sept.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | September 3, 1992
University of Maryland sophomore running back Larry Washington was reinstated to the football team last night, according to two sources close to the player.Washington, however, will be suspended for three games and has to apologize to his teammates today for an incident that led to his suspension nearly three weeks ago.Washington, 20, from Randallstown High, declined to comment last night, and Maryland football coach Mark Duffner did not return phone calls to his office.But Grace Price, Washington's mother, said Washington had expected to meet with Duffner last night.
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September 2, 1992
Maryland sophomore running back Larry Washington said he talked with football coach Mark Duffner yesterday, but there has been no decision whether he will be reinstated to the team.Washington admitted to one charge of felony forgery of a credit card Monday as part of a plea arrangement worked out before Prince George's County District Judge Sylvania W. Woods.Washington was placed on one year's unsupervised probation and required to make restitution of $652.14, serve 40 hours of community service and agree to testify if teammate Kevin Washington goes to trial in connection with his alleged theft, and use of checks and credit cards.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | September 1, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland sophomore running back Larry Washington pleaded guilty to one count of credit card forgery yesterday and was given one year of unsupervised probation while also being required to make restitution and serve 40 hours of community service.Washington, 20, from Randallstown High, will have to pay $652.14 in restitution. He appeared with his attorney, Gary Neal, yesterday before Prince George's County judge Sylvania Woods.The Prince George's County state's attorney's office filed charges against Washington on Thursday for forging a check and -- in a separate incident -- forging a signature after a purchase on a credit card.
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February 13, 2003
For those of us who know how to save a buck and more efficiently use technology, caller identification boxes seem like a mighty waste of money. After all, an answering machine allows you to screen calls without having to squint at a little box with a telephone number on it to figure out whether you want to pick up or not. Nevertheless, the Olympia OL3000 InfoGlobe ($50) was such a neat gadget that I went ahead and sprang for Caller ID on my home telephone just to see it in action. With a brilliant floating LED display that shows telephone numbers, time and date of calls, current date and day, the Globe made Caller ID worthwhile for my middle-aged eyes.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | September 1, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland sophomore running back Larry Washington pleaded guilty to one count of credit card forgery yesterday and was given one year of unsupervised probation while also being required to make restitution and serve 40 hours of community service.Washington, 20, from Randallstown High, will have to pay $652.14 in restitution. He appeared with his attorney, Gary Neal, yesterday before Prince George's County judge Sylvania Woods.The Prince George's County state's attorney's office filed charges against Washington on Thursday for forging a check and -- in a separate incident -- forging a signature after a purchase on a credit card.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | August 28, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- The Prince George's County State's Attorney's Office yesterday charged Maryland sophomore running back Larry Washington with two counts of forgery.Washington, 20, from Randallstown High, was charged with forging a check and -- in a separate incident -- forging a signature after a purchase on a credit card. Forgery is considered a felony and carries a maximum sentence of 10 years imprisonment or a fine of $1,000 or both.The charges stem from an incident involving redshirt freshman wide receiver Kevin Washington.
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