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March 11, 1993
* Dayton: 3900 block of Ten Oaks Road: Someone pried a padlock from a garage between Feb. 28 and March 9.
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By Daniel Gallen and The Baltimore Sun | August 3, 2013
Don Pries helped shape Orioles squads that went to the playoffs five times, won three pennants and captured one World Series during his seven-year tenure in Baltimore as an area scout, director of player personnel and assistant to the general manager. And his impact on the franchise has lasted into present day. While Pries was working as the director of the major league scouting bureau, Harry Dalton called him up with a request. Dalton, long-time front office executive for the Orioles, Angels and Brewers, said: “Don, I have a graduate from Amherst that I'd like to have come and visit your office for a week and see if he can learn something.” It was Dan Duquette, Orioles' current executive vice president of baseball operations.
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NEWS
December 22, 1994
POLICE* Savage: 8800 block of Greenwood Place: Tools and fishing equipment were taken after someone pried open a construction trailer early Monday morning, police said.
EXPLORE
May 9, 2012
A man was attacked last week in Towson by two men who assaulted him with a handgun, according to Baltimore County Police reports. The was walking home from work at Hillsway Avenue and Halstead Road, at 11:30 p.m. April 30. He was confronted by two men with handgun, according to the police report. The victim tried to flee but was assaulted by a suspect with the gun. According to the report, the assailants stole a bag containing a hat, two pairs of eyeglasses, a pocket knife and cell phone.
NEWS
May 12, 1995
POLICE LOG* Hickory Ridge: 10300 block of Owen Brown Road: Someone pried open a window at Botanical Decorators and tried to take a computer early Wednesday.
NEWS
July 18, 1994
POLICE LOG* Long Reach: 8500 block of Hayshed Lane: Someone pried open a sliding glass door July 11, but police said there was no entry.
NEWS
May 1, 1995
POLICE LOG* Wilde Lake: 5400 block of Trumpeter Road: Tools were stolen after someone pried a lock off a construction trailer Thursday, police said.
NEWS
January 4, 1994
POLICE LOG* Dorsey's Search: 5000 block of Columbia Road: A front door was pried Sunday, but there was no entry, police said.
NEWS
June 1, 1995
POLICE LOG* Kings Contrivance: 10700 block of Judy Lane: A burglar pried open a home's window, entered, searched through drawers and took cash and jewelry between last Friday and Monday. Police said a nearby home alarm was activated that Friday when someone pried a window.
NEWS
June 5, 1996
Police logEllicott City: 600 block of River Road: Burglars pried open a trailer Friday and stole a dirt bike. They also pried open the adjacent home's garage door and took a generator.Elkridge: 5800 block of U.S. 1: A dark blue 1989 Toyota Camry was stolen from Straightline Motors between Friday and Monday.Pub Date: 6/05/96
EXPLORE
August 16, 2011
The following is compiled from police reports from the Towson and Cockeysville precincts. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible Cockeysville Windy Falls Way, unit block, between 1 and 7:30 p.m. Aug. 13, coins stolen from machines in two laundry rooms after doors pried open and coin boxes broken. International Circle, 200 block, between 9:30 p.m. Aug. 12 and 9:28 a.m. Aug. 13. Business checks taken from room at Embassy Suites.
NEWS
By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | November 17, 2010
The tornado-like storm that whipped through Northeast Baltimore Wednesday morning stripped away roofs, windows and even roofs, leaving apartments as open as a child's dollhouse. Residents awoke to find cars jumbled in a heap, furniture scattered across lawns and wooden roofs that had sailed hundreds of feet away — in some cases, across Northern Parkway. How does a tornado, essentially a whirling column of air, create enough force to tug a roof off a building and send it hurtling like a hockey puck?
NEWS
August 8, 2009
Suddenly on August 3, 2009, PRY NATHANIEL WATSON, SR., beloved son, brother, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. Friends may call the William C. Brown Community Funeral Home (410)728-8422 for arrangement information.
BUSINESS
By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,Sun Columnist | July 3, 2007
Selling a home can be incredibly stressful, which is why many of us can appreciate aggressive real estate agents who work hard to make a sale. That said, there is a major difference between assertive and unethical. Anita Grey wasn't quite sure what to do upon discovering that a potential buyer's real estate agent had used a butter knife to pry open a storm door to show her Odenton home while the 53-year-old retired office worker was out visiting friends. "No one had called to set up an appointment," Grey said.
NEWS
By LARRY WILLIAMS and LARRY WILLIAMS,IDEAS EDITOR | January 1, 2006
In the novel 1984, George Orwell imagined a world in which everyone was watched by Big Brother, the symbol of a brutal, totalitarian regime. It's taken another 20 years, but Big Brother has arrived. But with an irony that surely would have moved Orwell to smile, it turns out that Big Brother is us. We still fiercely defend our privacy. The news last month that the National Security Agency has been eavesdropping on certain telephone conversations between this country and foreign nationals was greeted with shock and anger, even as the White House defended the practice as necessary in a war on terrorism that knows no boundaries.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Christina Santucci and Christina Santucci,Sun Staff | April 18, 2004
With two recent studies taking major pot shots at the boob tube, the folks at the TV-Turnoff Network are hoping that more people than usual will take heed and holster their remotes during the 10th annual TV-Turnoff Week starting tomorrow. Whether you turn your TV off, hide it in the basement or kick it to the curb, the group says, everybody -- and especially children under 12 -- should pry themselves away from the screen for a few days and get moving. "It's really a week about getting away from the electronic screens and re-engaging in real life," said Frank Vespe, executive network director of the TV- Turnoff Network (tvturnoff.
NEWS
February 13, 1996
Police logFulton: 8500 block of Pindell School Road: A rear sliding window was pried at a residence between Feb. 3 and Feb. 8. Jewelry and an unknown amount of cash were stolen. A padlock also was pried off an adjacent storage shed, but nothing was missing.
NEWS
By DAN RODRICKS | October 26, 2003
I GOT ONE OF those "you're-never-home-when-our-meter-reader-comes" letters from BGE. Flushed with guilt, I made an appointment to have some kind of high-tech gadget placed on my gas meter so that it could be read from outside the home, or from outer space, or by Attorney General John Ashcroft. The conversion would have taken place Tuesday afternoon ... but no one was home at the time. That was no coincidence. I've had second thoughts. Call me paranoid, but if they can read our gas meters from outside the home, what's next?
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