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January 23, 1994
Room is vandalized at Red Carpet InnAn employee of the Red Carpet Inn in the 900 block of Pulaski Highway in Havre de Grace told police that someone had damaged Room 37 between Jan. 14 and 15.Damaged were end tables, mattress, bedding and pillows. A wall mirror was stolen. The damage was valued at $190.ABERDEEN* 1600 block of S. Philadelphia Blvd.: Theft of a salt spreader from a business Jan. 9. The loss was valued at $1,100.BEL AIR* 1100 block of Vanguard Way: Malicious destruction to rear window of a vehicle Jan. 4. Theft of two radar detectors, a tire and a rim. The loss was valued at $550.
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2014
A 19-year-old Baltimore woman was arrested and charged Thursday in the beating death of her 21-month-old son last week, police said. According to charging documents, Cierra Curtis ran up to officers about 11:50 p.m. on June 30 near the Red Carpet Inn in the 5800 block of Reisterstown Rd. saying, "I'm not a bad mother; my baby's not breathing. " Curtis' boyfriend carried the child, Jayden Curtis, who was gasping for air, to officers, police said. The officers performed CPR on Jayden Curtis, and he was taken to Sinai Hospital, but he was pronounced dead less than an hour later, police said.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | March 25, 2011
A seventh person was convicted Friday in Baltimore Circuit Court in what police and prosecutors say was a gang-related killing of a man who was beaten, wrapped in a blanket, stabbed and set on fire for failing to carry out a task. With his trial about to begin — in which several co-defendants were expected to testify — 25-year-old Anthony O. Williams entered an Alford plea, maintaining his innocence but acknowledging that prosecutors had enough evidence to convict him in the murder of Petro Taylor in December 2008.
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By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | July 1, 2014
A 21-month-old boy found not breathing in Northwest Baltimore late Monday was the victim of a homicide, Baltimore police said. Detectives continue to investigate the child's death, which was reported at 11:51 p.m. at the Red Carpet Inn in the 5800 block of Reisterstown Road. Police said officers on patrol were flagged down by a woman who came out of the hotel saying her baby was not breathing. "Despite the life saving efforts by both patrol officers and medical staff at an area hospital, Jayden Curtis … was pronounced dead at 12:38 a.m," police spokeswoman Lt. Sarah Connolly said in a statement.
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By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | July 1, 2014
A 21-month-old boy found not breathing in Northwest Baltimore late Monday was the victim of a homicide, Baltimore police said. Detectives continue to investigate the child's death, which was reported at 11:51 p.m. at the Red Carpet Inn in the 5800 block of Reisterstown Road. Police said officers on patrol were flagged down by a woman who came out of the hotel saying her baby was not breathing. "Despite the life saving efforts by both patrol officers and medical staff at an area hospital, Jayden Curtis … was pronounced dead at 12:38 a.m," police spokeswoman Lt. Sarah Connolly said in a statement.
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2014
A 19-year-old Baltimore woman was arrested and charged Thursday in the beating death of her 21-month-old son last week, police said. According to charging documents, Cierra Curtis ran up to officers about 11:50 p.m. on June 30 near the Red Carpet Inn in the 5800 block of Reisterstown Rd. saying, "I'm not a bad mother; my baby's not breathing. " Curtis' boyfriend carried the child, Jayden Curtis, who was gasping for air, to officers, police said. The officers performed CPR on Jayden Curtis, and he was taken to Sinai Hospital, but he was pronounced dead less than an hour later, police said.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Lynn Anderson and Andrea F. Siegel and Lynn Anderson,SUN STAFF | August 12, 2003
Most nights, Chelliah Johnson or a co-worker would pick up dinner at a Chinese restaurant across Route 198 from the Laurel motel where they worked the overnight shift. Sunday was Johnson's turn. About 9 p.m., he headed out on foot, a departure from his usual drive across the busy road from the Red Carpet Inn to the Chung King restaurant. Anne Arundel County police are searching for two drivers suspected of racing through Laurel and killing Johnson in what they described as one of the most gruesome hit-and-runs in recent memory.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Lynn Anderson and Andrea F. Siegel and Lynn Anderson,SUN STAFF | August 12, 2003
Most nights, Chelliah Johnson or a co-worker would pick up dinner at a Chinese restaurant across Route 198 from the Laurel motel where they worked the overnight shift. Sunday was Johnson's turn. About 9 p.m., he headed out on foot, a departure from his usual drive across the busy road from the Red Carpet Inn to the Chung King restaurant. Anne Arundel County police are searching for two drivers suspected of racing through Laurel and killing him in what they described as one of the most gruesome hit-and-runs in recent memory.
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December 7, 1993
A Florida man has been charged with threatening an Odenton hotel manager with a handgun late Friday, county police reported.Investigators said a man was locked out of his room at the Red Carpet Inn in the 1600 block of Annapolis Road at 11:42 p.m. He was kicking the door when the manager came along and said he would get the key.When manager Steven Merry, 23, returned, the man had gotten into the room. He let Mr. Merry in the room, then pulled out a 9-mm handgun and pointed it at him, the police report said.
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By TaNoah Morgan and Tom Pelton and TaNoah Morgan and Tom Pelton,SUN STAFF | January 8, 1999
Construction workers grading a parking lot in Maryland City accidentally ruptured a six-inch gas main yesterday, forcing emergency workers to shut down Route 198 during the morning rush hour and evacuate about 30 people from a hotel and nearby townhouses.Anne Arundel County police closed Route 198 from Whiskey Bottom Road to Russett Green West and rerouted traffic around the gas leak onto local streets, causing delays of 2 1/2 hours.Three children at Maryland City Elementary School were treated for minor ailments -- a stomachache, a nosebleed and asthma -- that might have been related to the gas fumes, said Capt.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | March 25, 2011
A seventh person was convicted Friday in Baltimore Circuit Court in what police and prosecutors say was a gang-related killing of a man who was beaten, wrapped in a blanket, stabbed and set on fire for failing to carry out a task. With his trial about to begin — in which several co-defendants were expected to testify — 25-year-old Anthony O. Williams entered an Alford plea, maintaining his innocence but acknowledging that prosecutors had enough evidence to convict him in the murder of Petro Taylor in December 2008.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Lynn Anderson and Andrea F. Siegel and Lynn Anderson,SUN STAFF | August 12, 2003
Most nights, Chelliah Johnson or a co-worker would pick up dinner at a Chinese restaurant across Route 198 from the Laurel motel where they worked the overnight shift. Sunday was Johnson's turn. About 9 p.m., he headed out on foot, a departure from his usual drive across the busy road from the Red Carpet Inn to the Chung King restaurant. Anne Arundel County police are searching for two drivers suspected of racing through Laurel and killing Johnson in what they described as one of the most gruesome hit-and-runs in recent memory.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Lynn Anderson and Andrea F. Siegel and Lynn Anderson,SUN STAFF | August 12, 2003
Most nights, Chelliah Johnson or a co-worker would pick up dinner at a Chinese restaurant across Route 198 from the Laurel motel where they worked the overnight shift. Sunday was Johnson's turn. About 9 p.m., he headed out on foot, a departure from his usual drive across the busy road from the Red Carpet Inn to the Chung King restaurant. Anne Arundel County police are searching for two drivers suspected of racing through Laurel and killing him in what they described as one of the most gruesome hit-and-runs in recent memory.
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January 23, 1994
Room is vandalized at Red Carpet InnAn employee of the Red Carpet Inn in the 900 block of Pulaski Highway in Havre de Grace told police that someone had damaged Room 37 between Jan. 14 and 15.Damaged were end tables, mattress, bedding and pillows. A wall mirror was stolen. The damage was valued at $190.ABERDEEN* 1600 block of S. Philadelphia Blvd.: Theft of a salt spreader from a business Jan. 9. The loss was valued at $1,100.BEL AIR* 1100 block of Vanguard Way: Malicious destruction to rear window of a vehicle Jan. 4. Theft of two radar detectors, a tire and a rim. The loss was valued at $550.
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By TaNoah Morgan and Tom Pelton and TaNoah Morgan and Tom Pelton,SUN STAFF | January 8, 1999
Construction workers grading a parking lot in Maryland City accidentally ruptured a 6-inch gas main yesterday, forcing emergency workers to shut down Route 198 during the morning rush hour and evacuate about 30 people from a hotel and nearby townhouses.Anne Arundel County police closed Route 198 from Whiskey Bottom Road to Russett Green West and rerouted traffic around the gas leak onto local streets, causing delays of 2 1/2 hours.Three children at Maryland City Elementary School were treated for minor ailments -- a stomachache, nosebleed and asthma -- that might have been related to the gas fumes, said Capt.
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May 8, 1996
County police arrested two 17-year-old Pasadena residents in Odenton Friday on charges of violating liquor laws, county police said.The youths, who live in the 8200 block of Doby Lane and the 8300 block of Catherine Ave., were charged with underage possession of alcohol and released to their parents.Detective Paul W. Johnson spotted two youths pacing nervously outside Bill's Lounge in the 1600 block of Annapolis Road shortly after 9 p.m., police said.A few minutes later, a man walked out of the store and handed the youths a package in a paper bag. The youths left together, and the man left separately.
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