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December 12, 2003
On December 10, 2003 CONNIE MEDINA; beloved wife of the late Manuel Medina; devoted mother of Connie L. Polonsky and the late Manuel Santiago; loving grandmother of Hope Connors, James Connors and Shannon Raines; cherished great grandmother of two great grandchildren. Friends may call at the family owned Bruzdzinski Funeral Home P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex at route 702 (beltway exit 36), on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Services Saturday 9 A.M. Followed by Graveside Service in Pleasant View Memorial Gardens, Martinsburg, WV at 1 P.M.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | February 8, 2011
After Anne Arundel County prosecutors threatened to appeal a judge's ruling that threw out her confession in a fatal stabbing, a Laurel woman entered into a plea Tuesday that will send her to prison for between eight and 10 years. Latisha Montia Adams, 23, entered an Alford plea to second-degree murder in the killing Dec. 21, 2009, of Jamal Medina, 22. That is identical to the plea her sister, Patrice Dove, made last month in the killing of Medina, who prosecutors said owed Dove money for drugs.
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BUSINESS
By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 25, 2003
During the late 19th century, Baltimore's elite whiled away long, hot summer days in the breezy country environment of Catonsville. They built large estates that were Victorian in style and architecture. Sunrooms and side porches offered a pleasant night's sleep. Gardens were cultivated on acres of land surrounding the turreted, three-and four-story, clapboard homes. In time, these halcyon retreats became permanent residences as the town prospered and public transportation allowed for a quicker trip downtown.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | January 11, 2011
A Laurel supermarket clerk accused, along with her sister, of killing a man who prosecutors say owed her money for drugs entered a plea to second-degree murder Tuesday that will get her between eight and 10 years in prison. Patrice Rashah Dove, 22, cried as she entered an Alford plea before Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Judge William Mulford II, meaning she did not admit to killing Jamal Medina, 22, of Laurel on Dec. 21, 2009, at the Maryland City Plaza Shopping Center, but acknowledged that prosecutors had enough evidence against her for a conviction.
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By Ginger Thompson and Ginger Thompson,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | October 24, 1995
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras -- Every weekday morning a heavily-armed convoy of three trucks moves through the narrow streets of this city from the suburban home of Judge Roy Medina to the criminal courthouse where he investigates the corrupt and brutal past of his country.The most controversial of the trials is one in which 10 Honduran military officers have been accused of kidnapping and torturing six university students during the 1980s. The officers are all suspected of being former members of a CIA-trained unit known as Battalion 316 that kidnapped, tortured and murdered suspected leftists in the 1980s.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | October 21, 2000
In a case that prompted criticism of the courts and galvanized a community, a 16-year-old convicted of nearly beating to death a Hereford Middle School teacher was committed yesterday to secure juvenile detention. Franklin J. Medina of Cockeysville, whom prosecutors called the "most culpable" of the four charged, apologized for a June 18 attack that sent Jason Barnett to Maryland Shock Trauma Center for 11 days, shattered his face and left him unable to eat and speak for several weeks.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | January 11, 2011
A Laurel supermarket clerk accused, along with her sister, of killing a man who prosecutors say owed her money for drugs entered a plea to second-degree murder Tuesday that will get her between eight and 10 years in prison. Patrice Rashah Dove, 22, cried as she entered an Alford plea before Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Judge William Mulford II, meaning she did not admit to killing Jamal Medina, 22, of Laurel on Dec. 21, 2009, at the Maryland City Plaza Shopping Center, but acknowledged that prosecutors had enough evidence against her for a conviction.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 9, 2004
A former Defense Department manager pleaded guilty yesterday in Baltimore's federal court to possession of child pornography - pictures and movie images stored on his government-issued laptop computer, the Maryland U.S. attorney's office announced. The defendant, 41-year-old Jose Medina, was indicted Sept. 1 - five days after leaving his job as an information security manager with a defense agency in Alexandria, Va. - on a charge of possessing materials depicting a minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | September 22, 2000
A Baltimore County Circuit judge transferred the case of a defendant charged in the attack of a Hereford science teacher to juvenile court yesterday - a move that prosecutors say could mean lenient treatment for all four defendants in the case. Franklin J. Medina, 16, of Cockeysville was charged as an adult in the assault of Jason Barnett, who was flown to Maryland Shock Trauma Center after he was attacked June 18 near his Cockeysville apartment. Judge J. Norris Byrnes transferred Medina's case after a brief hearing yesterday, ruling that he is amenable to treatment in the juvenile system.
SPORTS
By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | August 14, 1992
Baltimore middleweight Percy Harris will make the first defense of his International Boxing Federation Intercontinental title against unbeaten Juan Medina in Oviedo, Spain, Sept. 19.Harris (15-3) has fought only once since he won the title by outpointing Thomas Tate in Italy last December. He was stopped in the 10th round by United States Boxing Association champion Lamar Parks at Madison Square Garden four months ago. More recently, he pulled out of a cable-TV (ESPN) bout last month against Merqui Sosa in Atlantic City.
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By Alexandra Zavis and Alexandra Zavis,Tribune Newspapers | September 20, 2009
FORT IRWIN, Calif. - -Looking every inch a governor, the thickset Iraqi, in a pinstripe jacket, sits behind an imposing desk and glares at his American guest. When he drove to work that morning, Bassam Kalasho informed the newly arrived Army colonel, he found the road full of American checkpoints and his office surrounded by American soldiers. "It looks like you took over," he said, his voice growing louder with every word. Sometimes he gets so worked up, he said later, he forgets that his "office" is on an Army base in California and that he is only pretending to be an Iraqi provincial governor.
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By Matthew Dolan and Matthew Dolan,Sun reporter | March 26, 2007
After Jose Medina Jr. served 18 years in the Army, a federal judge in Baltimore wanted to honor his patriotism even after the war veteran committed a crime. Medina, a federal civil employee from Aberdeen, was caught with child pornography on his work computer in 2004 and later pleaded guilty to a single charge of possessing 10 images. At his sentencing, the judge credited Medina substantially for his military service and imposed prison time well below recommended guidelines. "I start with the understanding that vets should get a break," U.S. District Judge William D. Quarles Jr. said before sentencing Medina to one year plus a day behind bars.
NEWS
June 28, 2006
Jeffrey M. Harbers, 54, who was one of Microsoft Corp.'s first employees and was instrumental in developing early versions of its successful Office business software, died along with another pilot in a single-engine plane crash Saturday in Montana. Mr. Harbers owned a ranch near Big Timber, Mont., and also lived in the upscale Seattle suburb of Medina near Microsoft's Redmond, Wash., campus. The aircraft was registered to his venture capital firm, JMH Capital LLC in Medina, according to a Federal Aviation Administration database.
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By ROBERT SALONGA and ROBERT SALONGA,CAPITAL NEWS SERVICE | October 19, 2005
ADELPHI - On a recent morning, 3-year-old Jennifer Medina could be seen in her classroom singing songs and learning skills aimed at readying her for kindergarten. Her mother, Daisy Medina, 29, of College Park, was upstairs in a classroom of her own, learning skills aimed at readying her for the GED exam. The scene, where parent and child attend school side by side, is common at the Judy Hoyer Family Learning Center in Adelphi, part of a statewide network that just marked its fifth year since being signed into state law. Each "Judy Center" is a one-stop shop for services including adult education, Head Start programs and health support, intended to help low-income and disadvantaged families prepare for their children's entrance into school.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 9, 2004
A former Defense Department manager pleaded guilty yesterday in Baltimore's federal court to possession of child pornography - pictures and movie images stored on his government-issued laptop computer, the Maryland U.S. attorney's office announced. The defendant, 41-year-old Jose Medina, was indicted Sept. 1 - five days after leaving his job as an information security manager with a defense agency in Alexandria, Va. - on a charge of possessing materials depicting a minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct.
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By Jason Song and Jason Song,SUN STAFF | May 11, 2004
Norma Saenz struggles with English. "Sometimes, I talk to people, and I can tell they're not understanding me," she says. But Saenz, a Mexico native, had no trouble reading between the lines of statements by Comptroller William Donald Schaefer, who unleashed a tirade last week against Marylanders who don't speak English and Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s pronouncement the next day that multiculturalism is "bunk." "It's like [Ehrlich's] saying: `What are you doing over here? Why did you come to this country?
NEWS
By Matthew Dolan and Matthew Dolan,Sun reporter | March 26, 2007
After Jose Medina Jr. served 18 years in the Army, a federal judge in Baltimore wanted to honor his patriotism even after the war veteran committed a crime. Medina, a federal civil employee from Aberdeen, was caught with child pornography on his work computer in 2004 and later pleaded guilty to a single charge of possessing 10 images. At his sentencing, the judge credited Medina substantially for his military service and imposed prison time well below recommended guidelines. "I start with the understanding that vets should get a break," U.S. District Judge William D. Quarles Jr. said before sentencing Medina to one year plus a day behind bars.
NEWS
December 12, 2003
On December 10, 2003 CONNIE MEDINA; beloved wife of the late Manuel Medina; devoted mother of Connie L. Polonsky and the late Manuel Santiago; loving grandmother of Hope Connors, James Connors and Shannon Raines; cherished great grandmother of two great grandchildren. Friends may call at the family owned Bruzdzinski Funeral Home P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex at route 702 (beltway exit 36), on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Services Saturday 9 A.M. Followed by Graveside Service in Pleasant View Memorial Gardens, Martinsburg, WV at 1 P.M.
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