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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | April 13, 1998
Two teen-age males were stabbed last night during an altercation at Baltimore and Calvert streets downtown, police said.Sgt. Terry McLarney of the Central District said the incident was unrelated to Easter festivities at the Inner Harbor, about four blocks south, where, he estimated, thousands gathered on a warm day and only one arrest was made for disorderly conduct.McLarney said an altercation broke out about 8: 15 p.m. among several juveniles in the 200 block of E. Baltimore St., during which a female teen stabbed one youth in the arm and shoulder, and another in the back with a pair of scissors, and fled.
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October 19, 2011
The recent changes in the Baltimore City Police Department's homicide unit have left me shaking my head in wonderment ("Baltimore Police name new homicide commander," Oct. 14). Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III told The Sun last summer that he had removed Major Terrence McLarney from his post as commander of the homicide unit because of a drop in the number of convictions. Major McLarney was a seasoned expert who also possessed a law degree. Most of us understand that conviction is a complex process between investigation and prosecution.
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NEWS
May 23, 1994
A man who was carrying a city police badge but who was not a police officer was shot fatally last night on a West Baltimore street.The shooting occurred about 9 p.m. in the 1000 block of N. Monroe St.The victim, identified as Michael Burrell, about 40, who lived in the 4000 block of Pen Lucy Road in North Baltimore, was shot several times, according to homicide Sgt. Terry McLarney."
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By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | March 11, 2011
The commander of the Baltimore Police Department's homicide unit will not face criminal charges or be ticketed for abandoning his unmarked cruiser on the side of Interstate 95 after he slid off a rain-slicked road Sunday, according to the Maryland State Police. Maj. Terrence P. McLarney had been suspended after the March 6 incident. A city police spokesman said the commander is now back on partial duty — allowed to run the administrative functions of his 70-detective office, but without his police powers.
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | August 30, 2004
A Howard County man was shot and wounded by a police officer last night after allegedly lunging with a knife at him and another officer in a Southeast Baltimore home where they were sent to investigate a domestic dispute, authorities said. About 7:30 p.m., several officers were sent to the house in the 3300 block of Foster Ave. where the man - a 37-year-old from Ellicott City - had forced his way into the home of his girlfriend, who had been granted an ex parte protective order against him, police said.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | December 28, 2010
A 13-year-old Northeast Baltimore boy, who police said was playing with a gun with a friend, was shot in the head and killed Monday, police said. Charles Diesmesor and a 14-year-old friend had gone into the bedroom of Charles' older brother in the 2800 block of Westfield Ave. and picked up a .380-caliber handgun, said Maj. Terrence McLarney, commander of the city police homicide unit. One of the boys took the clip out of the weapon, but they did not realize it still had a bullet in the chamber, McLarney said.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | March 11, 2011
The commander of the Baltimore Police Department's homicide unit will not face criminal charges or be ticketed for abandoning his unmarked cruiser on the side of Interstate 95 after he slid off a rain-slicked road Sunday, according to the Maryland State Police. Maj. Terrence P. McLarney had been suspended after the March 6 incident. A city police spokesman said the commander is now back on partial duty — allowed to run the administrative functions of his 70-detective office, but without his police powers.
NEWS
August 7, 1995
Baltimore police were seeking clues yesterday to the identity of a newborn boy whose body was found Saturday -- the umbilical cord still attached -- floating in the harbor at Canton.Detective Terry McLarney of the homicide squad said passers-by saw the dead infant -- so decomposed its race could not be determined -- in the water near Boston and O'Donnell streets about 6 p.m. Police were waiting for autopsy results."A big issue for us is whether the child was alive prior to being placed in the water or if there were complications at birth -- whether it's a murder," Detective McLarney said.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2011
The Baltimore police commander in charge of the homicide squad was suspended Monday after he apparently skidded off an Interstate 95 exit ramp and abandoned his unmarked cruiser, according to spokesmen for city and state police. Maj. Terrence P. McLarney, a 34-year veteran, will be paid while awaiting the outcome of the investigation. Failure to immediately report an accident, or even a breakdown, is against department rules and regulations. A city police spokesman said the suspension is routine and required during an active investigation.
NEWS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 31, 1996
A lawyer yesterday continued her attempt to keep a jury from hearing Rene Elizabeth Aulton's confession in the fiery deaths of her daughters, suggesting that Baltimore police who interviewed Ms. Aulton might have influenced her story.Prosecutors on Monday played tapes of statements Ms. Aulton made to police on three occasions after the fire in her Canton rowhouse Nov. 15, 1994. On the final tape, Ms. Aulton told detectives she set the blaze to kill herself and her daughters, ages 2 and 4, because she was depressed about a former boyfriend's possible release from prison.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2011
The Baltimore police commander in charge of the homicide squad was suspended Monday after he apparently skidded off an Interstate 95 exit ramp and abandoned his unmarked cruiser, according to spokesmen for city and state police. Maj. Terrence P. McLarney, a 34-year veteran, will be paid while awaiting the outcome of the investigation. Failure to immediately report an accident, or even a breakdown, is against department rules and regulations. A city police spokesman said the suspension is routine and required during an active investigation.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | December 28, 2010
A 13-year-old Northeast Baltimore boy, who police said was playing with a gun with a friend, was shot in the head and killed Monday, police said. Charles Diesmesor and a 14-year-old friend had gone into the bedroom of Charles' older brother in the 2800 block of Westfield Ave. and picked up a .380-caliber handgun, said Maj. Terrence McLarney, commander of the city police homicide unit. One of the boys took the clip out of the weapon, but they did not realize it still had a bullet in the chamber, McLarney said.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,justin.fenton@baltsun.com | December 19, 2008
Baltimore police and FBI agents seized 16 weapons and more than $100,000 worth of drugs during raids on three homes in the Armistead Gardens neighborhood yesterday. Officials said George D. Lee, 40, Douglas Everhart, 28, and Earl E. Shifflet, 17, were arrested on felony drug and weapons charges, and police said additional arrests were pending. Among the items seized in the 5:30 a.m. raids, carried out in the former military housing project in East Baltimore, were 2 kilograms of powder cocaine and 100 grams of crack cocaine, a loaded 9 mm handgun, two 9 mm assault rifles, a 28-gauge sawed-off shotgun and several older-model rifles and shotguns.
NEWS
July 15, 2008
BTU leader gets national post with AFT Loretta Johnson, the longtime co-president of the Baltimore Teachers Union, has been elected executive vice president of the American Federation of Teachers, making her the No. 3 official in the nation's second-largest teachers union. For the time being, Johnson will remain in the post she has held since the 1970s, overseeing the BTU's paraprofessionals chapter, representing teacher's aides and other educational assistants. She began working as a teacher's aide in the city in the 1966, earning $2.25 an hour with no benefits, according to a biography provided by the AFT. To improve her work situation and that of her colleagues, she unionized the city's paraprofessionals and negotiated their first contract in 1970.
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | August 30, 2004
A Howard County man was shot and wounded by a police officer last night after allegedly lunging with a knife at him and another officer in a Southeast Baltimore home where they were sent to investigate a domestic dispute, authorities said. About 7:30 p.m., several officers were sent to the house in the 3300 block of Foster Ave. where the man - a 37-year-old from Ellicott City - had forced his way into the home of his girlfriend, who had been granted an ex parte protective order against him, police said.
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | April 13, 1998
Two teen-age males were stabbed last night during an altercation at Baltimore and Calvert streets downtown, police said.Sgt. Terry McLarney of the Central District said the incident was unrelated to Easter festivities at the Inner Harbor, about four blocks south, where, he estimated, thousands gathered on a warm day and only one arrest was made for disorderly conduct.McLarney said an altercation broke out about 8: 15 p.m. among several juveniles in the 200 block of E. Baltimore St., during which a female teen stabbed one youth in the arm and shoulder, and another in the back with a pair of scissors, and fled.
NEWS
July 15, 2008
BTU leader gets national post with AFT Loretta Johnson, the longtime co-president of the Baltimore Teachers Union, has been elected executive vice president of the American Federation of Teachers, making her the No. 3 official in the nation's second-largest teachers union. For the time being, Johnson will remain in the post she has held since the 1970s, overseeing the BTU's paraprofessionals chapter, representing teacher's aides and other educational assistants. She began working as a teacher's aide in the city in the 1966, earning $2.25 an hour with no benefits, according to a biography provided by the AFT. To improve her work situation and that of her colleagues, she unionized the city's paraprofessionals and negotiated their first contract in 1970.
BUSINESS
By John H. Gormley Jr. and John H. Gormley Jr.,Staff Writer | May 7, 1992
USAir Group Inc. reached tentative agreement with its pilots yesterday on a four-year contract that includes temporary pay cuts to help the financially troubled airline return to profitability.David W. McLarney, a USAir pilot acting as the union's spokesman in Baltimore, said the Air Line Pilots Association estimates the contract would save the airline $200 million -- $55 million in pay cuts and $145 million in savings from changes in work rules and health insurance benefits.The agreement is subject to ratification by the union's 5,600 members, but Captain McLarney said the rank and file will accept the recommendation of the union negotiators and endorse the contract.
NEWS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 31, 1996
A lawyer yesterday continued her attempt to keep a jury from hearing Rene Elizabeth Aulton's confession in the fiery deaths of her daughters, suggesting that Baltimore police who interviewed Ms. Aulton might have influenced her story.Prosecutors on Monday played tapes of statements Ms. Aulton made to police on three occasions after the fire in her Canton rowhouse Nov. 15, 1994. On the final tape, Ms. Aulton told detectives she set the blaze to kill herself and her daughters, ages 2 and 4, because she was depressed about a former boyfriend's possible release from prison.
NEWS
By Kate Shatzkin and Kate Shatzkin,SUN STAFF | January 30, 1996
A Baltimore woman told police she set a fire that killed her two young daughters because she was "depressed" and wanted to "kill us all," according to a taped confession played in Baltimore Circuit Court yesterday. Re rowhouse, she was worried about her former lover, Joseph Lambert, getting out of prison on parole and coming to physically assault her.Her daughters Christina Lambert, 4, and Natalie Aulton, 2, perished in the blaze Nov. 15, 1994, at 2309 Fleet St., where the family had moved after living in a homeless shelter.
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