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By Andrea Siegel and Andrea Siegel,SUN STAFF | April 2, 2000
An Anne Arundel County grand jury has indicted a Baltimore driver on charges that he zigzagged on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway and caused the death of another driver. Willie Jenkins, 59, of the 3800 block of Edmonson Ave. was indicted Friday on a charge of negligent manslaughter by automobile and six related charges stemming from an accident June 14 in which Robert Snyder Jr. of Bear, Del., was killed. William D. Roessler, deputy state's attorney, said Jenkins, a laborer at the National Security Agency, was driving north on the highway around 3: 30 p.m. Jenkins is accused of zigzagging and speeding around other northbound vehicles, clipping Snyder's car near Route 100, Roessler said.
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By Gady A. Epstein and Gady A. Epstein,Sun Reporter | May 26, 2007
An Anne Arundel County grand jury indicted an inmate yesterday on a charge of first-degree murder in the December asphyxiation killing of Richard Spicknall II, who had murdered his two small children in 1999. Lawrence Joseph Lannin, 37, who is serving a double life sentence for two first-degree murder convictions, is accused of killing Spicknall at the Jessup Correctional Institution on Dec. 9. The body of Spicknall, who as a child murderer feared for his life and was housed in protective custody, was found in the prison showers with a rag or towel in his mouth, according to prison system sources at the time of the killing.
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October 26, 1993
A 34-year-old Glen Burnie woman who supervised evidence storage for the Annapolis Police Department pleaded guilty yesterday to stealing $6,000 in cash confiscated from drug suspects and being stored in police department lockers.Kathleen Ann Spalt, of the 100 block of Castle Harbor Way, pleaded guilty to felony theft before Circuit Court Judge Raymond G. Thieme Jr.Judge Thieme set sentencing for Dec. 6.Deputy state's attorney William D. Roessler said Spalt, a civilian employee, was supervisor of the police evidence and property section from Sept.
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May 26, 2005
Suddenly, on May 23, 2005, ROBERT L. CRANDALL, 61, at home in Cheektowaga, NY. Mr. Crandall was the owner/operator of Liberty Cab since 2000 and also owned Roberts Limo Service. He graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School and Hamburger University and served in the U.S. Air Force from April 26, 1961 to October 17, 1961. Mr. Crandall is survived by his wife, Rose D. (nee Ellison); daughters Kathlyn Crandall of PA, Colleen Crandall of PA, Michelle Miller of Cheektowaga, NY, Brenda Miller of Sloan, NY, Katie Roessler of Sloan, NY; sons: Robert Crandall, Jr., of Virginia Beach, VA, Mickey Crandall of Syracuse, NY, Joseph De Ponceau, N. Tonawanda, NY, and Robert Roessler of Sloan, NY. He is also survived by a brother, Jay Crandall and several grandchildren.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,Sun Staff Writer | February 16, 1995
A Millersville man was in the county jail yesterday after being charged with running a vending machine scam out of his townhouse and defrauding 11 people of $77,000.Patrick Charles Liggett, 31, of the 500 block of Allen Drive was charged Monday in Anne Arundel Circuit Court with 11 counts of felony theft.William D. Roessler, Anne Arundel County deputy state's attorney, said customers for the alleged scam were found through advertising in tabloid shoppers in the Baltimore area. The ads claimed to be looking for people interested in running their own vending machine businesses.
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff writer | January 22, 1992
Five county men have been indicted on automobile manslaughter charges in unrelated fatal traffic accidents between September and Novemberof last year.A county grand jury also indicted Monday a man accused in a string of armed robberies after an escape last September anda man accused of twice breaking into an elderly woman's home and sexually assaulting her.Indicted on charges of automobile manslaughter were:* Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Henry Martin Davidson III, 21, of the 1200 block Graff Court, Annapolis.
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By Andrea Siegel and Andrea Siegel,SUN STAFF | August 6, 2000
Two men accused of transporting illegal drugs, and a father alleged to have beaten his daughter because she would not go running with him were among more than two dozen people indicted by an Anne Arundel County grand jury yesterday. Ronald L. Seldon, 25, of the 1500 block of West Road in Salisbury faces a five-count indictment that includes possession with intent to distribute cocaine and marijuana. County prosecutors said a Maryland State Police sergeant stopped a minivan July 13 on U.S. 50 for what the officer described as erratic driving.
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May 26, 2005
Suddenly, on May 23, 2005, ROBERT L. CRANDALL, 61, at home in Cheektowaga, NY. Mr. Crandall was the owner/operator of Liberty Cab since 2000 and also owned Roberts Limo Service. He graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School and Hamburger University and served in the U.S. Air Force from April 26, 1961 to October 17, 1961. Mr. Crandall is survived by his wife, Rose D. (nee Ellison); daughters Kathlyn Crandall of PA, Colleen Crandall of PA, Michelle Miller of Cheektowaga, NY, Brenda Miller of Sloan, NY, Katie Roessler of Sloan, NY; sons: Robert Crandall, Jr., of Virginia Beach, VA, Mickey Crandall of Syracuse, NY, Joseph De Ponceau, N. Tonawanda, NY, and Robert Roessler of Sloan, NY. He is also survived by a brother, Jay Crandall and several grandchildren.
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff writer | February 27, 1991
An Annapolis man pleaded guilty yesterday to being an accessory after the fact in the stabbing death of a 52-year-old man last July in Crownsville.Henry Louis Stettler IV, 27, of the first block of Madison Place also pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery in connection with the death of Robert Austin Bell, who was found dead in his home.Michael David Swartz, whose parents' brutal murder at the hands of his brother was the subject of a best-selling book, and Ronald Lamar Scoates, who was on parole from a murder conviction in Florida, areawaiting trial for first-degree murder in connection with Bell's death.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | January 19, 2005
A Pasadena man charged in the death of a pedestrian who was walking home from work a year ago entered an Alford plea yesterday. William Glenn Greene, 60, did not admit guilt but agreed that prosecutors had enough evidence to convict him of negligent homicide while under the influence of alcohol and leaving the scene of the fatality. Roger Gordon Sr., 61, also of Pasadena was killed in the early evening of Jan. 22. At Greene's March 18 sentencing, Deputy State's Attorney William D. Roessler said, he will ask Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Nancy Davis-Loomis to incarcerate him. The day of the accident, Greene was eastbound in his van on Mountain Road when he failed to yield to an oncoming car, turning left in front of it and into an Exxon station, Roessler said.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | May 6, 2005
Prosecutors told an all-white jury yesterday that a white teenager kicked the head of a black youth already unconscious from a serious brain injury in a brawl in Pasadena, contributing to the death of Noah Jamahl Jones. But "making Jacob Fortney a scapegoat in the death of Noah Jamahl Jones is not justice," a lawyer for the defendant countered, saying that prosecutors' version of the fight was wrong. The contradictory opening statements marked the start of Fortney's trial in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court on manslaughter and related charges in what has become a high-profile and racially tinged case.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | February 24, 2005
A suspended Anne Arundel County police officer pleaded no contest yesterday to a charge that he wrongly collected his county salary while not coming to work under the pretense of having been activated for Army Reserve duty in Iraq. Andrew Barnett Jr., 49, did not acknowledge guilt in the unusual agreement that included county prosecutors and the Police Department. Under the deal, prosecutors reduced a felony theft charge to a misdemeanor, the department accepted the resignation Barnett submitted a year ago and the county is deducting about two months of pay from the value of leave that he was owed.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | January 19, 2005
A Pasadena man charged in the death of a pedestrian who was walking home from work a year ago entered an Alford plea yesterday. William Glenn Greene, 60, did not admit guilt but agreed that prosecutors had enough evidence to convict him of negligent homicide while under the influence of alcohol and leaving the scene of the fatality. Roger Gordon Sr., 61, also of Pasadena was killed in the early evening of Jan. 22. At Greene's March 18 sentencing, Deputy State's Attorney William D. Roessler said, he will ask Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Nancy Davis-Loomis to incarcerate him. The day of the accident, Greene was eastbound in his van on Mountain Road when he failed to yield to an oncoming car, turning left in front of it and into an Exxon station, Roessler said.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | July 7, 2004
In what the judge called a "difficult case," an Ellicott City man was convicted yesterday of negligent homicide while impaired in the death of a speeding motorist in Glen Burnie last summer. Jamel Maurice Reid, 25, was convicted by Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge David S. Bruce of the charge and related violations in the crash that killed Francis David Buchacz, 26, of Essex on July 9. Reid, who was presumed impaired in the crash because his blood-alcohol level was 0.07 percent, could receive up to three years in prison at his sentencing, which is scheduled for September.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | August 20, 2003
A Glen Burnie man whose speeding and erratic driving led to the death of an 83-year-old grandmother on Route 295 last fall was sentenced yesterday by an Anne Arundel County judge to serve 18 months in jail, followed by probation and community service. Joseph Michael Glardon Jr., 25, pleaded guilty to homicide by automobile while under the influence of drugs in the crash Nov. 9 that killed Viola DeLuca of Niagara Falls, N.Y., and injured her four relatives. DeLuca was visiting family in Maryland, and they had just left Arundel Mills mall after an afternoon shopping trip.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | August 20, 2003
A Glen Burnie man whose speeding and erratic driving led to the death of an 83-year-old grandmother on Route 295 last fall was sentenced yesterday by an Anne Arundel County judge to serve 18 months in jail, followed by probation and community service. Joseph Michael Glardon Jr., 25, pleaded guilty to homicide by automobile while under the influence of drugs in the crash Nov. 9 that killed Viola DeLuca of Niagara Falls, N.Y., and injured her four relatives. DeLuca was visiting family in Maryland, and they had just left Arundel Mills mall after an afternoon shopping trip.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,Sun Staff Writer tTC | May 10, 1994
An article in Tuesday's editions of The Sun about the indictment of a woman in the accidental death of her baby in Severn incorrectly reported the police agency that investigated the death. It was investigated by Anne Arundel County police.The Sun regrets the error.An Anne Arundel County grand jury indicted a mother on manslaughter charges yesterday in the accidental drowning of her 19-month-old son.Donna Carol Davidson, 24, of the 1700 block of Richfield Drive, Severn, was indicted on charges of manslaughter and reckless endangerment in connection with the March 23 death.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff writer | December 12, 1991
The plaintive cries of skiers being squeezed off the Magothy River have not gone unheard.Jody Roessler, chief of planning for the state Boating Administration, said her office is recommending that water-skiing be allowed on Eagle Cove off Gibson Island and on the Little Magothy River.Roessler said her agency is making the change in response to water-skiers who packed Magothy River Middle School last month, complaining that the 6 mph boating speed limit recommended for most of the 30 creeks and coves would prohibit skiing.
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