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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff writer | November 21, 1990
A South County man is in jail after being convicted of automobile manslaughter and drunken driving in connection with a fatal collision last March.Raymond Stallings Jr., 30, of Tracys Landing was also convicted Monday of homicide by motor vehicle while intoxicated and several traffic charges, said Assistant State's Attorney Frederick M. Paone.Stallings had one prior conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol and received probation before judgment on another charge of impaired driving, Paone said.
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By Erin Cox, The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2012
When he evaluated his retirement options five years ago, Assistant State's Attorney Fred Paone settled on a deal to collect his pension while working as a part-time prosecutor. Now, Anne Arundel County has sent Paone a $115,672.50 bill demanding that he repay retirement benefits and a notice that his future pension checks will be cut as long as he works for the county. An internal audit had revealed that Paone, 61, and three other workers at the Anne Arundel state's attorney's office were illegally collecting full pension payments while working part time.
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff writer | September 19, 1990
A former Maryland State Police cadet received a 60-day suspended sentence and a $500 fine yesterday for driving under the influence of alcohol in an accident that killed an off-duty state trooper.Tom Edward Blue, 20, of Severn, was also placed on two years' supervised probation under the drunken driver monitor program by Circuit Court Judge Lawrence H. Rushworth, said Assistant State's Attorney Frederick M. Paone.A three-day trial last month ended with a jury convicting Blue of driving under the influence, negligent driving and failure to maintain control, Paone said.
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By Nicole Fuller and Nicole Fuller,Sun reporter | June 11, 2008
A divided Annapolis city council has passed an $81 million operating budget that keeps the tax rate flat, increases law enforcement spending and allows modest funding for nonprofits. The budget, approved 5-4 Monday night, closely follows Mayor Ellen O. Moyer's fiscal plan. It raises the starting salary for a police officer to $43,000, sets aside $500,000 for security cameras in high-crime areas and creates an Office of Youth & Community Action. It goes into effect July 1. Amendments, which will be paid for with a 0.45 percent across-the-board departmental cut, included $7,500 in community grants for the Kunta Kinte celebration and the Alex Haley memorial at City Dock, an additional $40,600 for cost-of-living adjustments for unrepresented sworn police officers, a reduction in funding for the downtown flower basket program from $30,000 to $10,000, and the elimination of a $410,595 public safety contingency fund, in an undetermined agreement that will allow city police officers to provide security to the Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis.
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By Tanya Jones and Tanya Jones,SUN STAFF | December 12, 1997
A former Woodland Beach man pleaded guilty yesterday to assault with intent to murder for shooting his longtime next-door neighbor during an argument.Roger Aldine Nicholas, 50, could be sent to prison for 30 years when he is sentenced Feb. 25 for shooting Allen Richard Carper in March 1996.Assistant State's Attorney Frederick M. Paone said he would seek the maximum sentence, but under a plea agreement would recommend that Nicholas be allowed to serve his time locally."For what he did, that's about fair on my part," Paone said.
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February 24, 1991
The County Council urged Governor William Donald Schaefer last week to support the state's Agricultural Land Preservation Program by leaving its budget intact.The council fears Schaefer will cut $17 million set aside for the program to help balance the state budget, which is facing a deficit. The council passed a resolution last week calling on Schaefer to support the program.Also at stake is the county's share of Maryland's agricultural transfer tax, a 5 percent fee charged whenever agriculturalland is developed, said Michael Paone, the county's agricultural planner.
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December 16, 2001
In an unusual case of road rage, an Annapolis man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for severely beating a road construction flag man. Majestic John Gough III, 34, received the maximum sentence for second-degree assault at a hearing before Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Nancy Davis-Loomis Thursday. Gough was in a line of cars at a work site at Bay Ridge and Edgewood roads March 22 when he cut out of the line and was stopped by flag man Kerry Shaw of Baltimore, Assistant State's Attorney Frederick Paone said.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,Staff Writer | March 17, 1993
A 25-year-old Crofton man who beat a 62-year-old woman working to make extra money to buy Christmas gifts for grandchildren and left her for dead pleaded guilty yesterday to attempted murder.Shawn T. McDonnell of the 1700 block of Greentree Court also pleaded guilty to armed robbery and breaking and entering at the TCBY yogurt shop in the 2200 block of Defense Highway in Crofton.He faces a life term when he is sentenced next month by Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Raymond G. Thieme Jr.Assistant State's Attorney Fred Paone said the victim, Donna Wiley, was getting ready to open the shop shortly before 10 a.m. Nov. 8 when McDonnell knocked on the door.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | April 23, 1996
An Arnold man was sentenced yesterday to life in prison for shooting to death a 16-year-old last year in retaliation for being chased out of an Annapolis neighborhood by the victim and another youth.Freddie Lee Daniels, 24, of the first block of Old Frederick Road was sentenced by Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Martin A. Wolff in the May 6 murder of Dewayne Durley. A jury convicted Daniels of first-degree murder after a two-day trial in December.Daniels' family criticized the sentence as too harsh, saying the defendant was only trying to defend himself.
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By Erin Cox, The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2012
When he evaluated his retirement options five years ago, Assistant State's Attorney Fred Paone settled on a deal to collect his pension while working as a part-time prosecutor. Now, Anne Arundel County has sent Paone a $115,672.50 bill demanding that he repay retirement benefits and a notice that his future pension checks will be cut as long as he works for the county. An internal audit had revealed that Paone, 61, and three other workers at the Anne Arundel state's attorney's office were illegally collecting full pension payments while working part time.
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By Nicole Fuller and Nicole Fuller,sun reporter | December 16, 2007
An environmental scientist from the Green Party, a Republican county prosecutor and a Democratic estate liquidator and former public relations professional are the three candidates on Wednesday's ballot vying to represent Ward 2 on Annapolis' City Council. They point to their backgrounds as untapped assets on the council. Ward 2 -- which encompasses the neighborhoods of Admiral Heights, Wardour, West Annapolis and the public housing communities around Clay Street -- was previously represented by Republican Alderman Michael I. Christman, who resigned in late October for personal reasons.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,Sun reporter | July 18, 2007
Anne Arundel County prosecutors say they are looking into whether they can appeal a judge's decision to throw out a former Glen Burnie man's manslaughter and weapons convictions. Assistant State's Attorney Frederick A. Paone said Monday that if prosecutors are not legally permitted to appeal, he will retry Todd Poorman, 38, on charges that he fatally shot Michael Leo Rousseaux, 28, of Severna Park on Nov. 4, 2005. Asked by the defense to toss out the March 6 jury verdict, Circuit Judge Paul A. Hackner at first refused, but changed his mind in May. On Monday, Paone sought but failed to get Hackner to revive the jury verdict.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 14, 2004
A Millersville man who pleaded guilty to killing his girlfriend this year while on probation for attacking her last year was sentenced to 30 years in prison yesterday. Robert Charles Antonelli, 39, was charged in February with strangling Nancy Susan Kreamer, 44, less than a month after a county judge placed him on three years of supervised probation for choking the woman to unconsciousness in September last year. At a hearing in July, Antonelli pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and told the judge that he has been hospitalized for symptoms of bipolar disorder.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | July 22, 2004
The live-in boyfriend of a Millersville woman admitted yesterday in court that he killed her only weeks after he was placed on probation for an earlier attack on her. Robert Charles Antonelli, 38, pleaded guilty before Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Paul A. Hackner to second-degree murder in the Feb. 2 strangulation of his girlfriend, Nancy Susan Kreamer. Kreamer wrote in September in court papers that Antonelli "choked me to unconsciousness." But soon after, she sought dismissal of the peace order against him. She posted bond for his release from jail to await trial on the charges that he assaulted her. She wanted him to get treatment and let him move back in with her, according to court documents.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | June 10, 2003
A Gambrills man admitted in court yesterday that he fatally stomped an acquaintance he claimed owed him money and took the man's pants to try to collect the debt. Patrick Robert Aldridge, 29, pleaded guilty in Anne Arundel Circuit Court to manslaughter and robbery in the death of Cleadis Bruce Barnes, 40, whose naked body was found June 15 in front of his home in the 1400 block of Defense Highway. Assistant State's Attorney Frederick Paone said an intoxicated Aldridge apparently did not know he had killed the smaller Barnes, who also was drunk, when he bragged that night about getting $5 from Barnes and said, "I should have killed that guy because dead men don't talk."
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 18, 2001
Citing a lack of evidence, prosecutors dropped a murder charge yesterday against a Laurel man who had been accused of playing a role in his roommate's slaying. Paul Michael Beisler, 34, entered a plea in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court to conspiring to commit felony theft as part of an agreement in which the murder charge was dropped. Beisler was among several people charged in the Jan. 31, 2000, killing of Ahmad Jumal Tutwiler, 27, who was shot in the face in the apartment he shared with Beisler.
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,Staff Writer | July 31, 1992
A 23-year-old Harmans man faces 18 months' incarceration after being convicted in Circuit Court yesterday of stabbing a man during a fight at a Severn bar.Roger Edward Parks Jr., of the unit block of Hanford Drive, entered an Alford plea -- in which he does not admit guilt but concedes the prosecution has enough evidence to convict him -- to one count of assault with intent to maim.According to a statement of facts read in court by prosecutor Frederick M. Paone, Thomas L. Howard, 26, of Glen Burnie, had gone with some friends to the Sierra Club bar in the 7500 block of Old Telegraph Road in Severn on June 14, 1991.
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December 16, 2001
In an unusual case of road rage, an Annapolis man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for severely beating a road construction flag man. Majestic John Gough III, 34, received the maximum sentence for second-degree assault at a hearing before Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Nancy Davis-Loomis Thursday. Gough was in a line of cars at a work site at Bay Ridge and Edgewood roads March 22 when he cut out of the line and was stopped by flag man Kerry Shaw of Baltimore, Assistant State's Attorney Frederick Paone said.
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