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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | September 19, 2003
The hit man who admitted ambushing a truck driver last year at a Westminster-area cement-hauling company received yesterday a sentence of life in prison with no chance for parole from a Carroll County judge who said the murder called for "pure punishment." Butchie Junior Stemple, 28, of Taneytown also received a 20-year sentence for a handgun offense. He had pleaded guilty to three charges, including first-degree murder, in the shooting death Nov. 15 of 27-year-old Scott E. Shipley. Stemple testified in June against his co-conspirator, Melissa Lynn Baumgardner Shipley, who promised to pay him $5,000 from an insurance policy on her husband's life.
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By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Sun Staff Writer | April 17, 1994
William Piccirilli didn't hesitate when the National Guard sought earth and stone from his Marriottsville quarry to rebuild bridges, roads and buildings devastated by Hurricane Agnes in 1972.The quarry survived the hurricane and the onslaught of dump trucks and front-end loaders that hauled away the free earth and stone for the repair of Howard County's washed-out roads.Now, Mr. Piccirilli fears that his 34-year-old business may not survive a fight with state environmental officials, prompted by the stream of muddy water that washes out of a silt pond behind the quarry's chain-link fence along Marriottsville Road.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | October 4, 1998
Support for confining some inmates at home rather than in jail appears to be increasing among defense lawyers and prosecutors in Carroll County.Proponents say that home detention saves money and alleviates crowding in the county detention center, and that it should be reserved in nearly all cases for nonviolent offenders."
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | February 9, 1993
In two hours yesterday, a Carroll County jury gave Ronald Elliott Simms 2nd his life back."I was trying to hold back tears throughout the trial," Mr. Simms said after a jury of nine men and three women found him not guilty of raping a Westminster woman."
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn | March 1, 2001
Division I Johns Hopkins 2000 record: 12-6 Coach: Janine Tucker (eighth season, 90-26) Conference: Independent Top returning point-getter: Jamie Larrimore (59 goals, 10 assists). Also back: Erin Wellner, junior A; Meghan Burnett, sophomore A; Erinn Dennis, junior M; Christy Peterson, sophomore M; Shanu Kohli, junior D; Candice Smith, senior D; Caroline Miller, junior D; Jen McDonald, sophomore G. Key additions: Marlena Wittelsberger, freshman A (Dulaney); Heidi Pearce, freshman M. Sun's take: The Blue Jays have been slowly but steadily climbing in Division I since they moved up in 1999.
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By Chris Guy and Chris Guy,SUN STAFF | May 18, 2002
SALISBURY - Embellished with vivid descriptions of the visions he saw and the voices he heard after killing two police officers last year, the testimony of an Eastern Shore man who has pleaded an insanity defense contradicted the sole eyewitness in the case - a Maryland state trooper who survived the confrontation. In a surprise move yesterday, defense attorneys called Francis Mario Zito to the stand in a two-hour appearance in a Wicomico County courtroom, where the trial was moved because of extensive publicity.
SPORTS
February 28, 2002
DIVISION I Johns Hopkins 2001 record: 11-6 Coach: Janine Tucker (ninth season, 101-32) Conference: American Lacrosse Conference Top returning point-getter: Erin Wellner, senior A (42 goals, 21 assists) Also back: Jamie Larrimore, senior A; Heidi Pearce, sophomore M; Jen McDonald, junior G; Kate Gilland, sophomore D; Christy Peterson, senior, D; Caroline Miller, senior D. Key additions: Freshmen Leah Onda (Liberty), A; Lacey Hentz (North Carroll), D; Anne Crisafulli, M. Sun's take: Despite being laden with freshmen and sophomores, the Blue Jays aim to crack the Top 10 and get to the NCAA Division I tournament for the first time.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Sun | August 3, 2008
Forget Baltimore's hot, muggy weather. Christy Larrimore is a summer breeze personified as she dashes out to grab lunch at Harvest Table, from her new job as a retail marketing operations coordinator at Under Armour. We also found out Larrimore isn't the first fashion plate in the family to be "Glimpsed." It seems her new stepdad is Jack Antwerpen, who we ran across a few months ago at the Prime Rib as he and her mom were celebrating their forthcoming nuptials. Sorry, Jack, your style is most definitely unique, but Christy's cobalt blue shirt dress, ballet flats and gorgeous tote handbag are winners.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | January 14, 2011
Marlene R. Chisholm, a retired registered nurse, died Jan. 8 of lung cancer at Anne Arundel Medical Center. She was 73. Marlene Rose Larrimore was born in Baltimore and raised in Brooklyn Park. She was a 1955 graduate of Southern High School. She was married in 1960 to G.G. Chisholm, who owned and operated a home-improvement business. He died in 2005. Mrs. Chisholm, who had lived in Severna Park, Annapolis and Cape St. Claire, entered college after raising her two sons.
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January 23, 2014
Seven student-athletes from North Harford High School signed National Letters of Intent to play Division I athletics. Pictured, front row from left, are Bailey Saneman (Vermont, lacrosse); Shannon Mansberger (Coastal Carolina, lacrosse); Haley Ensor (Delaware, lacrosse); Brian Shaffer (Maryland, baseball); Sophie Crowther (Coastal Carolina, lacrosse); Nicole Latgis (Temple, lacrosse); and Katie Clark (Winthrop, lacrosse). Standing are Tim Larrimore (athletic director/head baseball coach)
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