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By FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN | December 16, 2008
David Michael Murnane, a senior at Salisbury University who enjoyed sports, died Dec. 9 of undetermined causes at his off-campus residence. The Arnold resident was 21. "We have been told that it may have been a seizure, but we are awaiting the results of an autopsy as to the cause of death," said his father, Michael Murnane of Arnold. He was born in Tucson, Ariz., and moved to Annapolis with his family. He played varsity lacrosse and wrestled at Archbishop Spalding High School and graduated in 2005.
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By FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN | December 16, 2008
David Michael Murnane, a senior at Salisbury University who enjoyed sports, died Dec. 9 of undetermined causes at his off-campus residence. The Arnold resident was 21. "We have been told that it may have been a seizure, but we are awaiting the results of an autopsy as to the cause of death," said his father, Michael Murnane of Arnold. He was born in Tucson, Ariz., and moved to Annapolis with his family. He played varsity lacrosse and wrestled at Archbishop Spalding High School and graduated in 2005.
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff writer | October 12, 1990
A local police lodge endorsed county state's attorney Frank R. Weathersbee as a payback for pressing no criminal charges against an officer who fatally shot a pregnant woman during a drug raid, Weathersbee's challenger charged yesterday.Republican candidate Timothy D. Murnane said he was told last summer by the vice president of the Fraternal Order of Police, Anne Arundel Lodge 70, that the group owed Weathersbee an endorsement for his handling of the case involving Thomas G. Tyzack, who shot and killed 26-year-old Crystal Wallace during a raid last October in Severn.
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September 22, 2005
On September 15, 2005, ROBIN INSLEY VOITH, age 49, succumbed to cancer after a 6 year struggle. A former Parkville-Carney resident and dance instructor at her family's business "Anita's Dance Studio" 8908 Harford Road, now operated by her sister Debbie. Robin graduated from Parkville H.S. in 1974 and Goucher College in 1978 with distinction and a double degree in Computer Science and Math, with a minor in Dance. She was a member of "Dance Masters of America." Robin lived in Coral Gables, Florida, the past five years with her husband Jack and her two sons.
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By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,SUN STAFF | February 8, 1996
North Arundel Hospital closed a 27-bed surgical floor yesterday because patients aren't staying in hospitals as long as they used to, a hospital spokeman said."
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | April 17, 1997
Richard Stone, a one-time corporate pilot, lost his $80,000-a-year job, developed a drug habit and took to robbing banks in the 1980s.But even then, he was polite.Stone would wait his turn in line at the banks and open his jacket to show the toy gun he kept in an inside pocket, and he always said "please" and "thank you" as he took cash from tellers."He never hurt anybody," said his 74-year-old father, Thomas Stone of Dundalk.Richard Stone asked an Anne Arundel County circuit judge yesterday to modify the 20-year sentence he received in 1989 so that he would be eligible for parole immediately rather than in the two years prosecutors say he must wait.
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September 22, 2005
On September 15, 2005, ROBIN INSLEY VOITH, age 49, succumbed to cancer after a 6 year struggle. A former Parkville-Carney resident and dance instructor at her family's business "Anita's Dance Studio" 8908 Harford Road, now operated by her sister Debbie. Robin graduated from Parkville H.S. in 1974 and Goucher College in 1978 with distinction and a double degree in Computer Science and Math, with a minor in Dance. She was a member of "Dance Masters of America." Robin lived in Coral Gables, Florida, the past five years with her husband Jack and her two sons.
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff writer | October 31, 1990
"What we're trying to do," said the county's chief prosecutor, "is avoid a hostile takeover by the public defender's office."With that, Frank Weathersbee got a laugh from the audience of 140 lawyers. Facing his first election since being appointed county state's attorney two years ago, Weathersbee was debating Timothy D. Murnane, a former public defender gunning for his job.If Murnane's coup attempt is not hostile, it is, at the least, irreverently aggressive. His style has mellowed only slightly since last summer, when he launched his assault by terming Weathersbee a perfect example of the "Peter Principle" -- a man who has reached his level of incompetence.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | April 17, 1997
Richard Stone, a one-time corporate pilot, lost his $80,000-a-year job, developed a drug habit and took to robbing banks in the 1980s.But even then, he was polite.Stone would wait his turn in line at the banks and open his jacket to show the toy gun he kept in an inside pocket, and he always said "please" and "thank you" as he took cash from tellers."He never hurt anybody," said his 74-year-old father, Thomas Stone of Dundalk.Richard Stone asked an Anne Arundel County circuit judge yesterday to modify the 20-year sentence he received in 1989 so he would be eligible for parole immediately rather than in the two years prosecutors say he must wait.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | February 28, 2003
The principal of Crofton Middle School has filed an $800,000 lawsuit against a former teacher who filed an assault charge against him last year that prosecutors later dropped. The lawsuit filed by Richard Berzinski in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court accuses special-education teacher Rose Marie Brohawn of malicious prosecution and defamation. The principal alleges that Brohawn made accusations against him in October to "deflect attention" away from herself, said his attorney, Harold B. Murnane III. Berzinski had been investigating the teacher's involvement in an incident in which one of her students was trapped inside a locker, Murnane said.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | February 28, 2003
The principal of Crofton Middle School has filed an $800,000 lawsuit against a former teacher who filed an assault charge against him last year that prosecutors later dropped. The lawsuit filed by Richard Berzinski in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court accuses special-education teacher Rose Marie Brohawn of malicious prosecution and defamation. The principal alleges that Brohawn made accusations against him in October to "deflect attention" away from herself, said his attorney, Harold B. Murnane III. Berzinski had been investigating the teacher's involvement in an incident in which one of her students was trapped inside a locker, Murnane said.
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May 3, 2001
Judges rule to retry man convicted of murder in 1993 Agreeing with a lower court's finding that defense lawyers did a poor job, a three-judge appellate panel ruled yesterday that Albert Givens should be retried on charges of murdering a 55-year-old Arnold woman who hired him to do chores. The Court of Special Appeals, in a 21-page opinion, agreed with a 1999 ruling by Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Michael E. Loney. The judges said both of Givens' lawyers, Paul Kirby and Timothy Murnane, "were deficient in not requesting a postponement prior to trial."
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By La Quinta D. Dixon and La Quinta D. Dixon,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 7, 1999
After a six-month hiatus, North Arundel Hospital's 24-hour Healthline reopened Thursday and had received 25 calls.Twenty-five registered nurses from Timonium-based Futurehealth, a health-care risk-management organization that bid for the job, are staffing the 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week service.The Healthline is like a "second mom," said Kevin Murnane, public relations director for the hospital. Some mothers are calling hot-line nurses for advice, he said."Having a nurse at the other end of the phone is very reassuring to a parent," he said.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | April 17, 1997
Richard Stone, a one-time corporate pilot, lost his $80,000-a-year job, developed a drug habit and took to robbing banks in the 1980s.But even then, he was polite.Stone would wait his turn in line at the banks and open his jacket to show the toy gun he kept in an inside pocket, and he always said "please" and "thank you" as he took cash from tellers."He never hurt anybody," said his 74-year-old father, Thomas Stone of Dundalk.Richard Stone asked an Anne Arundel County circuit judge yesterday to modify the 20-year sentence he received in 1989 so he would be eligible for parole immediately rather than in the two years prosecutors say he must wait.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | April 17, 1997
Richard Stone, a one-time corporate pilot, lost his $80,000-a-year job, developed a drug habit and took to robbing banks in the 1980s.But even then, he was polite.Stone would wait his turn in line at the banks and open his jacket to show the toy gun he kept in an inside pocket, and he always said "please" and "thank you" as he took cash from tellers."He never hurt anybody," said his 74-year-old father, Thomas Stone of Dundalk.Richard Stone asked an Anne Arundel County circuit judge yesterday to modify the 20-year sentence he received in 1989 so that he would be eligible for parole immediately rather than in the two years prosecutors say he must wait.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | January 8, 1997
A high number of flu-related cases Sunday caused an overflow of patients at North Arundel Hospital and forced county paramedic units to bypass the Glen Burnie hospital for others in the area.At a time when 78 beds were open, 101 people arrived at North Arundel's emergency room, more than 60 of them complaining of respiratory problems stemming from influenza, said Kevin Murnane, a spokesman for the hospital."As people come into the ER, it takes time to diagnose them and treat them, and if there are no beds, we have to do a lot of shuffling," Murnane said.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,Staff Writer | August 27, 1992
A decorated Vietnam veteran was fined $500 and sentenced to five years' probation yesterday after conceding that prosecutors could convict him of drunken-driving charges from an accident last fall that killed an 80-year-old woman on her way to church.John E. Moore, 45, of Mayo Road, Glen Burnie, entered an Alford plea to negligent driving and driving while under the influence of alcohol in the death of Wilma Utter of Jackson, Mich. He agreed that the state had enough evidence to convict him, but did not admit guilt.
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By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,SUN STAFF | November 6, 1996
Don't go looking for North Arundel Hospital's newest facility. It won't exist -- at least in the traditional sense.Hospital administrators have announced plans to open a lung center in about seven weeks to treat lung ailments. But the "center" will be a network of specialists."It will be a center without walls," said hospital spokesman Kevin Murnane."Specialists will refer patients to each other."Residents will have a chance to tell hospital officials what services they think the new center should offer at the hospital's Healthy Lung Fair from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 23 in the hospital's third-floor conference center.
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By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,SUN STAFF | February 8, 1996
North Arundel Hospital closed a 27-bed surgical floor yesterday because patients aren't staying in hospitals as long as they used to, a hospital spokeman said."
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