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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,sandra.mckee@baltsun.com | November 13, 2008
Howard senior guard Adam Mease didn't start playing football until seventh grade, but his coach, Bruce Strunk, said the 17-year-old two-year starter is now the "brains of this operation." Mease, 6 feet 1 and 235 pounds, is capable of playing every position on the Howard offensive line. "He's Mr. Reliable," said Strunk. "He does a great job as pulling guard for a big guy. He's a very heads-up player, who helps his teammates with adjustments. And he's dependable. If ever we need him to do something, he does it."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,sandra.mckee@baltsun.com | November 13, 2008
Howard senior guard Adam Mease didn't start playing football until seventh grade, but his coach, Bruce Strunk, said the 17-year-old two-year starter is now the "brains of this operation." Mease, 6 feet 1 and 235 pounds, is capable of playing every position on the Howard offensive line. "He's Mr. Reliable," said Strunk. "He does a great job as pulling guard for a big guy. He's a very heads-up player, who helps his teammates with adjustments. And he's dependable. If ever we need him to do something, he does it."
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September 11, 1991
A man who testified as an eyewitness at a recent county murder trialwas arrested Friday and charged with crack cocaine distribution, county police said.Sean Antwan Mease, 19, of the 9300 block of Hickory Limb, was arrested after allegedly selling approximately a quarter-pound of cocaine to an undercover narcotics detective, police said.Mease, who was one of three people arrested in the alleged drug ring, testified at the Walter Thomas Harding murder trial in July. Mease was in the Guilford Gardens parking lot when Harding, later convicted on two counts of murder, shot and killed both his girlfriend and her boyfriend.
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By Bill Thompson | February 2, 1999
WHEN John F. Kennedy ran for president way back in 1960, one of the biggest obstacles he faced was his religion: He was a Roman Catholic, and no Catholic had ever been elected president of the United States.At one point during his campaign for the Democratic nomination, Kennedy decided that he needed to address the religious issue, and he did so by pledging that if elected he would owe his allegiance to the Constitution and the American people, not to the Catholic Church and the pope.The voters took Kennedy at his word, and he went on to win the White House in a close election over Richard Nixon.
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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF | May 1, 1997
A 26-year-old Columbia man has filed assault charges against James M. Harding Jr., the former Maryland state trooper accused of murdering Marine Cpl. Andre D. Boone in March.Sean A. Mease, who called Howard County police an hour before Boone's death to say he had been threatened by Harding, is charging him with first-degree assault and carrying a deadly weapon with intent to injure.Boone, 23, Harding's stepson, was shot to death March 21 at the Harding home in the 10100 block of Goodin Circle.
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By Bill Thompson | February 2, 1999
WHEN John F. Kennedy ran for president way back in 1960, one of the biggest obstacles he faced was his religion: He was a Roman Catholic, and no Catholic had ever been elected president of the United States.At one point during his campaign for the Democratic nomination, Kennedy decided that he needed to address the religious issue, and he did so by pledging that if elected he would owe his allegiance to the Constitution and the American people, not to the Catholic Church and the pope.The voters took Kennedy at his word, and he went on to win the White House in a close election over Richard Nixon.
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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF | March 27, 1997
An hour before Marine Cpl. Andre D. Boone was shot to death at the Columbia home of James Milton Harding Jr. last week, another man called Howard County police and said he felt threatened by Harding, who had a gun in his house.A Howard County police spokesman said yesterday that police responded to such a call but did not go to Harding's home, where Boone was shot soon afterward. Harding has been charged in the slaying.Sgt. Steven Keller, a police spokesman, said police responded to a call from Sean Mease, 26, by going to his home in the 9300 block of Hickory Limb in east Columbia's Owen Brown village.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | October 23, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- After learning that her team had fallen short in its bid for a third consecutive state golf title yesterday, Arundel coach Carol Nutt said to her team, "Oh well, I guess we'll just have to make it three out of four next year."The Wildcats' two-day team score of 637 momentarily held its own on the leader board at the University of Maryland Golf Course but soon was overshadowed by that of runner-up Sherwood (631) and Class 3A-4A champion Quince Orchard (620) -- both of Montgomery County.
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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Caitlin Francke contributed to this article | March 28, 1997
The father of Marine Cpl. Andre D. Boone -- who will be buried with honors Monday afternoon at Arlington National Cemetery -- believes that Howard County police might have been able to prevent his son's slaying.Boone, 23, was shot to death last Friday at the Columbia home of his stepfather, James Milton Harding Jr., an hour after another man called police to complain that he had been threatened by Harding.That man, Sean Mease, told police that Harding had a gun in his house. Harding, a former Maryland state trooper and a former Howard County police recruit, has been charged in Boone's slaying.
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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Caitlin Francke contributed to this article | March 28, 1997
The father of Marine Cpl. Andre D. Boone -- who will be buried with honors Monday afternoon at Arlington National Cemetery -- believes that Howard County police might have been able to prevent his son's slaying.Boone, 23, was shot to death March 21 at the Columbia home of his stepfather, James Milton Harding Jr., an hour after another man called police to complain that he had been threatened by Harding.That man, Sean Mease, told police that Harding had a gun in his house. Harding, a former Maryland state trooper and a former Howard County police recruit, has been charged in Boone's slaying.
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By Caitlin Francke and Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF | December 16, 1997
After four days of testimony about the shooting death of Marine Cpl. Andre Boone, jurors are expected to hear today from the only witness to the slaying -- Boone's stepfather, the man charged with his murder.Former Maryland State Trooper James M. Harding will take the stand in his own defense, if he does not change his mind overnight, defense attorney Anthony Covington said yesterday.Harding admits shooting Boone -- the only homicide in Howard County this year -- but his testimony could be critical as jurors grapple with the central question in the trial: Did Harding fire the fatal blast into Boone's neck in an act of self-defense or murder?
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By Caitlin Francke and Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF | June 26, 1997
Former state trooper James M. Harding -- accused of killing his 23-year-old stepson in March -- will argue that he acted in self-defense, citing statements to police that Marine Cpl. Andre Boone went to Harding's Columbia residence looking for a fight, his attorney says.The gunshot slaying of Boone, a member of the Marine silent drill team that sometimes travels with the president, is the only homicide recorded this year in Howard County.Documents obtained by The Sun from defense sources show a case involving the tangled emotions of a family in which love and tension co-existed for years.
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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF | May 1, 1997
A 26-year-old Columbia man has filed assault charges against James M. Harding Jr., the former Maryland state trooper accused of murdering Marine Cpl. Andre D. Boone in March.Sean A. Mease, who called Howard County police an hour before Boone's death to say he had been threatened by Harding, is charging him with first-degree assault and carrying a deadly weapon with intent to injure.Boone, 23, Harding's stepson, was shot to death March 21 at the Harding home in the 10100 block of Goodin Circle.
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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Caitlin Francke contributed to this article | March 28, 1997
The father of Marine Cpl. Andre D. Boone -- who will be buried with honors Monday afternoon at Arlington National Cemetery -- believes that Howard County police might have been able to prevent his son's slaying.Boone, 23, was shot to death March 21 at the Columbia home of his stepfather, James Milton Harding Jr., an hour after another man called police to complain that he had been threatened by Harding.That man, Sean Mease, told police that Harding had a gun in his house. Harding, a former Maryland state trooper and a former Howard County police recruit, has been charged in Boone's slaying.
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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Caitlin Francke contributed to this article | March 28, 1997
The father of Marine Cpl. Andre D. Boone -- who will be buried with honors Monday afternoon at Arlington National Cemetery -- believes that Howard County police might have been able to prevent his son's slaying.Boone, 23, was shot to death last Friday at the Columbia home of his stepfather, James Milton Harding Jr., an hour after another man called police to complain that he had been threatened by Harding.That man, Sean Mease, told police that Harding had a gun in his house. Harding, a former Maryland state trooper and a former Howard County police recruit, has been charged in Boone's slaying.
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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF | March 27, 1997
An hour before Marine Cpl. Andre D. Boone was shot to death at the Columbia home of James Milton Harding Jr. last week, another man called Howard County police and said he felt threatened by Harding, who had a gun in his house.A Howard County police spokesman said yesterday that police responded to such a call but did not go to Harding's home, where Boone was shot soon afterward. Harding has been charged in the slaying.Sgt. Steven Keller, a police spokesman, said police responded to a call from Sean Mease, 26, by going to his home in the 9300 block of Hickory Limb in east Columbia's Owen Brown village.
FEATURES
By Charlyne Varkonyi | September 16, 1990
What started as a request for recipes over an electronic bulletin board has accelerated into Operation Cookie, a grass-roots nationwide effort to airlift cookies to troops in the Middle East.It all began Aug. 20 when Karen Buker of Federal Way, Wash., posted a bulletin board message on Prodigy, a computer service with more than 460,000 subscribers. She asked for good cookie recipes that would travel well so she could bake them for her 28-year-old son Michael, who is on active duty in the Navy in theMiddle East.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | October 23, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- After learning that her team had fallen short in its bid for a third consecutive state golf title yesterday, Arundel coach Carol Nutt said to her team, "Oh well, I guess we'll just have to make it three out of four next year."The Wildcats' two-day team score of 637 momentarily held its own on the leader board at the University of Maryland Golf Course but soon was overshadowed by that of runner-up Sherwood (631) and Class 3A-4A champion Quince Orchard (620) -- both of Montgomery County.
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