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By Nicole Fuller, The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2010
Two beams from the wreckage of the 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City have made their way to Anne Arundel County. A pair of beams from the wreckage of the 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City have made their way to Anne Arundel County. The beams will be used for a county memorial to the police and firefighters who died in the Sept. 11 attacks, which killed more than 3,000. County Executive John R. Leopold has created a committee to review applications for a design.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | September 19, 1997
The only thing more annoying than waiting for the elevator a the downtown police headquarters building is riding in it.If it's not the slowest jaunt between floors in Baltimore, it (P certainly has that reputation. Workers are late for meetings. It eats up 20 minutes of a lunch hour. The city pays a retired police officer $4.25 an hour to take people up the (faster) freight elevator."It's an intolerable situation," complained Col. Joseph R. Bolesta Jr., a 31-year veteran who oversees maintenance for the 10-story building at Fayette and President streets.
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By Peter Hermann and Joel Obermayer and Peter Hermann and Joel Obermayer,Sun Staff Writers | November 17, 1994
The matriarch of a powerful Gypsy family was found decapitated in her East Baltimore home yesterday morning, jolting a clan that traces its Baltimore heritage to the turn of the century.Deborah Stevens, 62, who had worked as a palm reader and fortune teller out of her Pulaski Highway house for three decades, was a revered and respected member of what once was the most powerful Gypsy band in the nation.Known to give refuge to caravans of Gypsies who follow carnivals up and down the East Coast, Ms. Stevens was related to King Dick Stevens, a national Gypsy leader who operated a Cherry Hill coppersmith shop from the 1920s until his death in 1959.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 7, 1996
A South Baltimore man has been arrested and charged in the death Friday of William "Baldy" Cudnick III, 17, who died while trying to flee a burning house in the 1600 block of Marshall St., police said.Anthony Novak, 26, of the 1600 block of Elkins Lane, directly behind Marshall Street, was charged with arson and first-degree murder after being questioned at police headquarters Tuesday, police said.Pub Date: 11/07/96
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 9, 1996
An unidentified man was fatally shot about 6: 15 p.m. yesterday during an argument between two groups of men in the 1600 block of Veney Court in Northeast Baltimore, police said.The victim was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.Several witnesses were being interviewed at police headquarters.Pub Date: 4/09/96
NEWS
May 6, 1993
Thanks to City Council President Mary Pat Clarke and Comptroller Jacqueline McLean, a costly mistake has been averted. We are referring to Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke's half-baked plan to move the police headquarters from its current site near City Hall to the old Hecht Co. department store building on Howard Street.In his haste to announce the move, the mayor undoubtedly was motivated by good intentions. He thought police headquarters would bring life and economic action to the Howard Street ghost town.
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October 16, 1992
Police headquarters contract is awardedThe Westminster City Council has awarded a contract to design the renovation of its new police headquarters to Baltimore architects Colimore-Clark Associates Inc.A council committee received technical proposals and conducted personal interviews with five architects before recommending Colimore-Clark, Councilman Kenneth A. Yowan reported.The company's price will be $48,125, the lowest bid of the five.City police are to move from the basement of the Longwell Municipal Center to the former Westminster Auto Parts store on Locust Street.
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December 10, 2009
Baltimore police will hold two public events Friday, a recruiting seminar for women interested in becoming police officers and a communitywide ride-along and open house. The women's symposium will be held from noon to 1 p.m. at police headquarters, 601 E. Fayette St., in which prospective applicants can get information about the police academy, speak to female officers and go through an expedited processing of their application. That evening, police plan to pair up every evening shift patrol officer with a member of the community and will open up district stations and police headquarters for an open house.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | January 2, 2014
Baltimore Police are investigating after drug evidence vanished Thursday from the agency's evidence control unit in police headquarters. Capt. Eric Kowalczyk confirmed that a citizen was in the evidence unit Thursday to pick up property, and drug evidence went "missing. " He would not identify the evidence or elaborate on how much was taken or how the chain of custody was broken. "We are currently conducting a criminal and administrative investigation to see what transpired," Kowalczyk said.
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By Tyeesha Dixon | December 10, 2007
One of three people stabbed early yesterday at a Halethorpe restaurant has died, Baltimore County police said. Police responded to a report of a fight about 1 a.m. yesterday at Lecompte's restaurant at 4015 Annapolis Road. The man died about 2:45 a.m., Baltimore County police said. Information about the other two victims was unavailable last night. Two suspects were being held at police headquarters, officials said.
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