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December 4, 1996
Police logDorsey's Search: 4800 block of Dorsey Hall Drive: Someone shattered a window at the front of an office suite and unlocked the entrance door Monday morning. Nothing was taken.Pub Date: 12/04/96
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By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | December 7, 2004
Twenty-one African-American current and former city police officers filed a federal class-action lawsuit yesterday, alleging long-running and rampant discrimination within the Baltimore Police Department. The lawsuit, filed at the federal courthouse in Greenbelt, accuses the department of condoning a hostile workplace, blocking black officers from promotion, levying uneven discipline and retaliating against officers who spoke out against discrimination. It also alleges that racism led to the firing last month of former police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark.
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By JOEL BRINKLEY and JOEL BRINKLEY,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | June 1, 1998
When employees of the New York state attorney general's office prepared the final draft of the multistate lawsuit accusing Microsoft Corp. of monopolistic behavior, they typed the document using Microsoft Word, the word processor installed on the office's computers as part of a group of business programs known as Office."
NEWS
By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | November 21, 2001
A former Gibson Island police officer whose complaints prompted a state police investigation into security procedures in the gated Anne Arundel County community has filed a lawsuit claiming he was wrongfully fired for reporting the problems. A state police investigation corroborated some of the officer's allegations that the island's security staff was overstepping its authority. But authorities did not press charges against island officials or security staff, and state police said this week that their investigation was closed after island security passed a surprise inspection.
NEWS
By Ryan Davis and Ryan Davis,SUN STAFF | December 7, 2004
Twenty-one African-American current and former city police officers filed a federal class-action lawsuit yesterday, alleging long-running and rampant discrimination within the Baltimore Police Department. The lawsuit, filed at the federal courthouse in Greenbelt, accuses the department of condoning a hostile workplace, blocking black officers from promotion, levying uneven discipline and retaliating against officers who spoke out against discrimination. It also alleges that racism led to the firing last month of former police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark.
NEWS
By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | November 21, 2001
A former Gibson Island police officer whose complaints prompted a state police investigation into security procedures in the gated Anne Arundel County community has filed a lawsuit claiming he was wrongfully fired for reporting the problems. A state police investigation corroborated some of the officer's allegations that the island's security staff was overstepping its authority. But authorities did not press charges against island officials or security staff, and state police said this week that their investigation was closed after island security passed a surprise inspection.
NEWS
By William Thompson and William Thompson,Staff Writer | June 12, 1993
Another former Hurlock police officer has joined in a federal lawsuit claiming that the town's police chief used unorthodox and illegal practices to run his department, including offers to women facing arrest that they would not be charged if they agreed to have sex with the chief.The lawsuit was filed April 29 by three former officers in the small Dorchester County town, one current officer and two civilians. The suit was amended yesterday to add a fourth former officer, Adam Brad Nevins.
NEWS
By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | August 7, 2001
A Baltimore circuit judge has dismissed a suit that alleged Police Commissioner Edward T. Norris defamed the character of a lieutenant who is accused of working in a "whorehouse" while on duty. Lt. John Mack filed the suit in late May, and Judge John M. Glynn dismissed it July 31. In the suit, Mack had alleged that Norris defamed his character in public remarks about an April raid at an after-hours club. Norris testified at a City Council hearing May 15 that Mack was "working in a whorehouse on duty" and "ain't a good guy in our eyes, and I don't want him in my department."
NEWS
June 15, 1994
POLICE LOG Kings Contrivance: 10800 block of Guilford Road: An overhead door at an office suite was pried Friday night, but there was no entry.
NEWS
September 1, 1994
POLICE LOG* Guilford: 9100 block of Guilford Road: A laptop computer and printer were stolen after someone broke into an office suite between Friday and Monday. Police said duct tape was place on a side window that was then broken.* Jessup: 8200 block of U.S. 1: A 1990 Buick Skylark was stolen from an auto sales lot Sunday, police said.
NEWS
By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | August 7, 2001
A Baltimore circuit judge has dismissed a suit that alleged Police Commissioner Edward T. Norris defamed the character of a lieutenant who is accused of working in a "whorehouse" while on duty. Lt. John Mack filed the suit in late May, and Judge John M. Glynn dismissed it July 31. In the suit, Mack had alleged that Norris defamed his character in public remarks about an April raid at an after-hours club. Norris testified at a City Council hearing May 15 that Mack was "working in a whorehouse on duty" and "ain't a good guy in our eyes, and I don't want him in my department."
ENTERTAINMENT
By JOEL BRINKLEY and JOEL BRINKLEY,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | June 1, 1998
When employees of the New York state attorney general's office prepared the final draft of the multistate lawsuit accusing Microsoft Corp. of monopolistic behavior, they typed the document using Microsoft Word, the word processor installed on the office's computers as part of a group of business programs known as Office."
NEWS
December 4, 1996
Police logDorsey's Search: 4800 block of Dorsey Hall Drive: Someone shattered a window at the front of an office suite and unlocked the entrance door Monday morning. Nothing was taken.Pub Date: 12/04/96
NEWS
By William Thompson and William Thompson,Staff Writer | June 12, 1993
Another former Hurlock police officer has joined in a federal lawsuit claiming that the town's police chief used unorthodox and illegal practices to run his department, including offers to women facing arrest that they would not be charged if they agreed to have sex with the chief.The lawsuit was filed April 29 by three former officers in the small Dorchester County town, one current officer and two civilians. The suit was amended yesterday to add a fourth former officer, Adam Brad Nevins.
NEWS
February 24, 1991
John E. Harms Jr. and Associates Inc. has relocated its Howard County branch office to Suite 110 in One Center Park, Columbia.The firm's local projects include McKenzie's Discovery, Ellicott Stations Greystone, Meadow Brook and Sewells' Orchard Park.
NEWS
August 26, 1994
Thieves who broke into a printing business Tuesday morning in the 1100 block of Benfield Blvd. stole $1,800 worth of coins, county police said.A Western District officer went to Friendship Creative Printers, which is in an office suite, when an alarm sounded shortly after 6 a.m. He found the glass front door broken, but no one was inside, police said.The thieves ransacked the office, took the coins and escaped through the front door. The officer found a trail of coins that led around the building to the back parking lot, police said.
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