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October 1, 2006
On September 9, 2006, EUGENE J. MOSBY, beloved son of the late Eugene and Gertrude Mosby, husband of Julia Magruder Mosby, father of Eugene, Jr., Mrs. Joy Crawford, Anthony (Tony) Mosby, April Mosby and James Mosby, and brother of Veronica and Maria Mosby; nine grandchildren; one great-granddaughter and six nephews. Eugene was born and raised in Baltimore City, and graduated from Douglas High School in 1954. He received a Bachelors of Science Degree in 1958, and a Masters in Business Administration in 1975, both from Morgan State University.
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By John Fritze, The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 2014
A veteran defense attorney running an independent campaign for Baltimore state's attorney was dealt a significant setback Friday when elections officials determined that he did not collect enough signatures to appear on the November ballot. Russell A. Neverdon Sr. fell more than 1,000 signatures short of the 4,160 needed to challenge Democrat Marilyn J. Mosby, a city official said. Neverdon said he will appeal the decision to Baltimore Circuit Court and, failing that, would consider running a write-in campaign for the job. "This fight has not ended by any stretch of the imagination," Neverdon said outside the offices of the Baltimore City Board of Elections.
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
Lawyer Marilyn J. Mosby entered the Baltimore state's attorney race as a decided underdog. Just 34 years old, she was seeking to unseat a well-connected incumbent who would outraise her by a 3-to-1 margin. She'd never prosecuted a rape or murder case. Some of Baltimore's high-powered lawyers met her campaign with eye rolls. But Mosby's message - consistently expressing outrage over Baltimore's crime rate - resonated with voters. In Tuesday's Democratic primary, she easily defeated State's Attorney Gregg L. Bernstein, 58, by 10 percentage points.
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2014
Veteran defense attorney Russell A. Neverdon Sr. brought about 6,000 signatures to the city's Board of Elections on Monday - a total that, if verified, will put him on November's ballot as an independent candidate for Baltimore state's attorney. With his family by his side, Neverdon, 46, pointed to the petition effort as evidence his candidacy has grass-roots support. "We've spent sleepless nights, long weekends, long days," Neverdon said. "The citizens of Baltimore spoke, and they want a choice.
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September 23, 2005
PATRICIA MOSBY KYLER better known to most as "Pepper" daughter of the late Alice and Tucker Mosby left this world for her heavenly home on Saturday, September 17, 2005 at Calvert Memorial Hospital in Prince Frederick, MD. She was born on March 15, 1957 in Baltimore, MD. Patricia graduated in 1975 from Setan High School in Baltimore, MD, Patricia married Larry D. Kyler in 1981 and had just celebrated 24 wonderful years of marriage. Patricia is survived by her loving husband Larry D. Kyler and sons Tavon Prunell Matthews, Robert Tucker "RT" and Kai Patrick Kyler.
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2014
Veteran defense attorney Russell A. Neverdon Sr. brought about 6,000 signatures to the city's Board of Elections on Monday - a total that, if verified, will put him on November's ballot as an independent candidate for Baltimore state's attorney. With his family by his side, Neverdon, 46, pointed to the petition effort as evidence his candidacy has grass-roots support. "We've spent sleepless nights, long weekends, long days," Neverdon said. "The citizens of Baltimore spoke, and they want a choice.
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January 7, 2009
On December 31, 2008. Loving husband of Mrs. Qutanna Mosby. Mr. Mosby is also survived by three children, Terry K. Mosby, Jr., Quinton D. Mosby and Terriyah K. Mosby. On Thursday, the memorial service will be held at Pennsylvania Avenue AME Zion Church, 1128 Pennsylvania Avenue, where the family will receive friends from 11:30 A.M to 12 noon with services to follow. Inquiries to 410-433-7500.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | July 2, 2000
Daryl Vincent Mosby, an air freight consultant and chef in a catering business he owned, died Monday in his sleep of a heart attack. He was 48 and lived in Randallstown. A sales and marketing executive for air carriers, he had recently become a consultant in that field. He also prepared foods in a family catering business that served arts and ethnic festivals. For the past 15 years he had been an air freight specialist. He began his career as a salesman for Federal Express and Air Bourne and became a vice president of government and postal sales at Emery Worldwide.
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By Matthew Dolan and Matthew Dolan,SUN STAFF | May 25, 2005
The Baltimore man who prosecutors say served as the eyes and ears for two city police officers charged with dealing drugs pleaded not guilty to federal charges in a court hearing this week and was released by a magistrate. Court documents filed in the case say that Antonio Mosby, 39, was ordered to refrain from using alcohol or illegal drugs and must obtain a medical evaluation to test for withdrawal symptoms from heroin. Release conditions also include Mosby's entering an "inpatient drug treatment program and any necessary residential aftercare as approved in advance by pretrial services."
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By Andrew D. Faith and Andrew D. Faith,SUN STAFF | October 15, 1998
Of the many threads of history woven into the battle of Cedar Creek, one of the most unusual and least susceptible to re-enactment is the role of Confederate Col. John Singleton Mosby's Partisan Rangers.Mosby's Rangers, formally the 43rd Virginia Cavalry Battalion, do not appear as combatants at Cedar Creek or in the Shenandoah Valley battles leading up to that engagement - Lynchburg, Kernstown, Opequon or Fishers Hill - for although they were active in the valley, they were not part of Lt. Gen. Jubal A. Early's command.
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By Luke Broadwater and Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | July 12, 2014
One popular theory of lawyer Marilyn Mosby's upset win over incumbent State's Attorney Gregg Bernstein was that race played a deciding role in the election, helping a political newcomer oust a white prosecutor in a majority-black city. But Baltimore residents voted less along racial lines than they did four years ago when Bernstein knocked off veteran top city prosecutor Patricia Jessamy with overwhelming support in white neighborhoods, a Baltimore Sun analysis shows. An analysis of census data and precinct-by-precinct election results shows that Bernstein's support eroded in South, Southeast and North Baltimore - which contain the heavy-voting, majority-white neighborhoods of Federal Hill, Canton and Roland Park, respectively.
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
Lawyer Marilyn J. Mosby entered the Baltimore state's attorney race as a decided underdog. Just 34 years old, she was seeking to unseat a well-connected incumbent who would outraise her by a 3-to-1 margin. She'd never prosecuted a rape or murder case. Some of Baltimore's high-powered lawyers met her campaign with eye rolls. But Mosby's message - consistently expressing outrage over Baltimore's crime rate - resonated with voters. In Tuesday's Democratic primary, she easily defeated State's Attorney Gregg L. Bernstein, 58, by 10 percentage points.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
Marilyn J. Mosby defeated Baltimore City State's Attorney Gregg L. Bernstein on Tuesday after criticizing him for failing to live up to promises he made four years ago to win the office. Bernstein conceded shortly before 11:30 p.m. Tuesday. "We have left the office in a much better place," Bernstein said, "an office that is more effective, more efficient and more professional. " When Bernstein took office in 2011 after defeating incumbent Patricia C. Jessamy, he promised to boost conviction rates and focus on violent crime in Baltimore.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2014
The campaign of Baltimore State's Attorney Gregg L. Bernstein has filed a complaint with the state Board of Elections over a mailer sent in support of challenger Marilyn Mosby. The mailer, which lists Mosby's resume as well as relatives who work in law enforcement, carries an authority line saying it was paid for by the campaign account of her husband, a city councilman. But Nick Mosby's campaign has already spent the maximum allowed by law on his wife's effort, the Bernstein camp points out. The complaint asks the elections board to determine whether the mailing is in excess of campaign finance limits and thus a violation of state law. "How can we trust her to prosecute criminals and uphold the law if she cannot follow the law herself?"
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | June 19, 2014
With a few days remaining before the Democratic primary, Baltimore State's Attorney Gregg L. Bernstein fought back after facing questions from his challenger about his handling of an investigation into police overtime fraud. Challenger Marilyn J. Mosby said at a news conference Thursday that news reports have raised the issue of whether Bernstein had a relationship with a target of the investigation that could have made it inappropriate for the state's attorney's office to take the case.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2014
Four years ago, Baltimore defense attorney Gregg L. Bernstein emerged from a private practice to run an aggressive campaign targeting a longtime chief prosecutor who Bernstein said had grown complacent. Now, as he makes his first re-election bid for Baltimore state's attorney, Bernstein is the one facing pointed attacks in the Democratic primary campaign - this time from a former assistant who says his leadership has already failed. Marilyn J. Mosby, a politically connected insurance company attorney, has seized on the city's persistently high homicide rate and pointed to prominent crimes to criticize Bernstein's approach to the job. The incumbent, meanwhile, has run an understated campaign that emphasizes changes he has made to the office.
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By John N. Ware | October 15, 1998
The automobilist on Virginia Route 55 just north of Riverton and west of Front Royal on routes U.S. 340 and U.S. 552 will notice a marker which reads: "Near here several of Mosby's men were executed by order of General Custer, September 23, 1864. On the following November 6, Colonel Mosby, in retaliation, ordered the execution of an equal number of Custer's men near Berryville." There's a story behind this.About a week before this execution, life was going normally in a big house about halfway between Berryville and Wickcliff Church in Clarke County.
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By MATTHEW DOLAN and MATTHEW DOLAN,SUN REPORTER | March 21, 2006
Almost daily on cell phones and regularly in person at Pete's Place Bar & Lounge on North Franklintown Road, an odd couple commiserated. The police officer sometimes joked about his love life; the informant lamented about his heroin addiction and a daughter who was running into trouble with the law in New York. But in hours of secretly recorded conversations by federal agents, prosecutors say, one topic of conversation dominated the relationship between Detective William A. King and his informant, Antonio Mosby: selling illegal drugs for mutual profit.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2014
Baltimore State's Attorney Gregg L. Bernstein got to work on his re-election campaign in a low-key way Saturday, knocking on the doors of likely voters in Northwest Baltimore and asking for their support. It was one of the first campaign activities Bernstein has organized this year, and while he confirmed last summer that he intended to run again, he has been reluctant to talk about the political side of his job. On each doorstep he made no big promises about the future but pointed to his record in office.
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