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October 3, 2012
I do not understand how anybody can hold the Recher Theatre or especially Brian Recher responsible for the melee that occurred outside of the Towson theater ("Kamenetz blames Recher for Towson melee," Sept. 26). We have been doing business with the Recher Theatre since our son (now age 29) was involved in the local band scene. I always found this theater to be on top of the drinking issue and even sending people out of the theater for taking a sip out of their parents' cups.
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | September 1, 2014
A fight broke out inside Baltimore's Horseshoe Casino on the first weekend after its grand opening. A video of the incident shows security guards wearing yellow shirts rushing to break up the fight, which occurred in the line for Pie-Zetta, a pizza restaurant, around 3 a.m. Saturday. "Basically, somebody said something ... to one person and they took it the wrong way," said Kevin Forrest, who witnessed the fight. He said a woman sprayed mace before about 20 security guards stopped the fight and escorted people out of the casino.
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By Ed Heard and Ed Heard,SUN STAFF | May 10, 1996
A Laurel man tussled with a robber Wednesday afternoon in North Laurel after he saw the thief enter his parked car, Howard County police said.No one was injured in the short scuffle, after which the robber escaped in a vehicle waiting nearby, police said.The victim, Mark Breece, 38, of Laurel told police he parked in the 9800 block of U.S. 1 about 2 p.m. to use a NationsBank ATM. Moments after he left his car, Breece looked back and saw someone open his car door, police said.He hurried back and confronted the man.The two had a brief fight, but the stranger pushed Breece away, grabbed a briefcase from Breece's car and ran to a nearby car, police said.
NEWS
November 22, 2013
A man was robbed at knifepoint in a bathroom off the food court in Towson Town Center just after 4 p.m. Friday, Baltimore County Police report. According to police, the man was in the bathroom when two other men pulled a knife and demanded the man's money and his cellphone. The man gave the robbers the items and the robbers fled, police said. The man then chased the robbers through the food court and subsequently grabbed one of the robbers and pinned him against the wall outside the Call it Spring store, police said.
NEWS
September 22, 1994
The principal of Glen Burnie High School was cut on the head Monday morning during a scuffle with a former student who allegedly was trespassing on school grounds, county police said yesterday.Dr. Oliver Wittig, 57, did not require hospitalization for his injuries. He told police that a 19-year-old and his 20-year-old brother came to the school shortly after 10 a.m. Paul Kriewald, an assistant principal, confronted the two on the parking lot because he knew they were not students. The pair continued walking into the school, police said.
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By Scott Higham and Scott Higham,Sun Staff Writer | February 3, 1994
A 31-year-old man was shot -- once with his own gun and once by a police pistol -- and killed during a scuffle with two plainclothes officers in one of Baltimore's toughest neighborhoods last night.Investigators said Anthony Darryl Redd was struck once in the stomach by a bullet from his own gun and then in the head by a shot from one of the officer's pistols.Both officers have been assigned to desk jobs while police conduct homicide and internal investigations of the incident.The shooting occurred in a troubled East Baltimore neighborhood near the southeastern edge of Green Mount Cemetery, an area police said is ravaged by crack cocaine and relentless crime.
NEWS
March 27, 2002
A Westminster man was arrested on assault charges yesterday after a scuffle outside Carroll County Courthouse, where two women were heard shouting that a child had been abducted, state police said. Nathaniel Marice Costley, 23, was charged with three counts of second-degree assault and one count of resisting arrest, police said. He was being held last night at the central booking facility pending a bail review hearing. Police found a 10-day-old boy in a car outside the courthouse and arrested Costley.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | January 24, 1997
A scuffle on the streets of Meade Village Wednesday led to the slaying of an Odenton man and the arrest of a 17-year-old Annapolis youth, who said he shot the man in self-defense, police said.Dante Ricardo Mitchell of the 1900 block of Copeland St. was charged as an adult with first-degree murder and illegal possession of a handgun. He was being held without bond at the county detention center.Edward Jerome Scrivner, 24, whose last known address was in the 600 block of Chapel View Drive, was pronounced dead at the scene.
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By Ivan Penn and Ivan Penn,SUN STAFF | November 22, 1996
Four officers at the Howard County Detention Center in Jessup remained on leave after suffering injuries in a scuffle with an inmate last weekend, the jail's director said yesterday.A fifth officer involved in the incident at 6 a.m. last Sunday suffered a broken hand, said James N. Rollins, the jail's director. That officer has returned to duty.All of the officers were treated by their own physicians, Rollins said. He withheld the officers' names because, he said, the incident is a personnel matter.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | September 16, 1998
A Baltimore police commander accused of sitting in his patrol car while officers under his command were being assaulted has been exonerated of any wrongdoing, a department spokesman said yesterday.Maj. James L. Hawkins Jr., commander of Eastern District station, was not derelict for failing to help his colleagues during the scuffle in which three officers were injured, detectives with the Internal Investigation Division concluded."There is no indication that Major Hawkins' inaction impacted any issues of officer safety," said Robert W. Weinhold, the department's chief spokesman.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | October 7, 2013
Two security guards were stabbed in a scuffle with patrons at the Baltimore Comedy Factory at Power Plant Live on Sunday night. Comedian Aries Spears, known for his work on MADtv, was winding down his stand-up set at around 8:45 p.m. when a scuffle broke out with a group of patrons who disputed their bill, according to witnesses, police and Michael Lovegrove, the head of security for the Comedy Factory. Police said Monday that Kenneth Bernard Corporal, 21, of Baltimore, had been charged with two counts each of first- and second-degree assault in connection with the stabbing.
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Kevin Cowherd | June 12, 2013
Forget the goofy way he wears his cap - Pedro Strop has bigger issues to deal with right now. But before Orioles fans jump all over him and the Twitterverse smacks him around like a pinata for days, know this: he's probably not going anywhere. At least not right now. Not with that blazing fastball and the great arsenal of pitches that can make batters look silly when he's going well. Not with the fact that he's out of options and that the Orioles need all the relief help they can get. Yes, Strop looked awful again Wednesday in the Orioles' ugly 9-5 loss to the Los Angeles Angels.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | February 28, 2013
Four students in Harford County Public Schools were arrested in the past several days, including one accused of stealing milk from the cafeteria throughout the school year. The other three students all were charged with being disorderly in their respective schools – two at Joppatowne High School and one at Edgewood High School. Last week, a 16-year-old boy was charged with theft less than $100 after he allegedly stole a carton of milk from the cafeteria at Patterson Mill High School, then admitted he's been taking a milk daily during this school year, according to a Harford County Sheriff's Office police report.
NEWS
October 3, 2012
I do not understand how anybody can hold the Recher Theatre or especially Brian Recher responsible for the melee that occurred outside of the Towson theater ("Kamenetz blames Recher for Towson melee," Sept. 26). We have been doing business with the Recher Theatre since our son (now age 29) was involved in the local band scene. I always found this theater to be on top of the drinking issue and even sending people out of the theater for taking a sip out of their parents' cups.
HEALTH
By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | January 14, 2012
NFL referee Tony Corrente's first encounter with Baltimore Ravens Matt Birk and Michael Oher this season floored him, literally. The Ravens were scuffling with a couple of Pittsburgh Steelers during the season opener on Sept. 11, and Corrente, trying to intervene, was knocked flat on his back by the churning mass of some 1,000 pounds of football player. His next encounter, coming when he worked the Ravens' final regular season game on New Year's Day, Corrente made sure to personally thank Birk and Oher.
SPORTS
August 9, 2011
TEMPER TEMPER: Tuesday's practice featured the team's first scuffles of training camp. The first brouhaha occurred during a rushing drill on the far end of a practice field away from the eyes of the media. But the second flare-up involved offensive tackle Andre Ramsey and outside linebacker Albert McClelland, who actually threw punches at each other. After the dust-up was cleared, Ramsey walked back to the locker room clenching and unclenching his right hand. NICE TRY: Rookie wide receiver Torrey Smith nearly made the play of the day when he tried an over-the-head catch of a long bomb by quarterback Joe Flacco.
NEWS
By Nicole Fuller and Nicole Fuller,nicole.fuller@baltsun.com | November 15, 2008
A student at Glen Burnie High School was stabbed in the head yesterday afternoon during a scuffle with two other students outside the school, officials said. The victim, a 17-year-old male sophomore whose name was not released, was stabbed in the head with a pair of scissors immediately after dismissal, said Bob Mosier, an Anne Arundel County schools spokesman. Anne Arundel County paramedics were called about 2:15 p.m. to the school in the 7500 block of Baltimore Annapolis Blvd., where the student was suffering from a wound to the head, said Battalion Chief Matthew Tobia, a Fire Department spokesman.
NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | August 11, 1996
A Baltimore County police officer and a man suspected of robbing an elderly couple of a gold coin at their apartment in an Arbutus retirement center were scuffling yesterday morning when the officer's gun accidentally discharged, wounding the suspect in the leg.The suspect, identified only as a 35-year-old Baltimore man by police, was treated at St. Agnes Hospital and released. He was in custody last night awaiting a bail hearing on unspecified charges, Cpl. James Conaboy said.A police spokesman, Sgt. Ron Stotler, said police responded to a call about 2: 30 a.m. of someone climbing a fence around the 110-acre, 2,500-resident Charlestown Retirement Community in the 700 block of Maiden Choice Lane.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2011
BOSTON — A day after four players were ejected in a benches-clearing incident that featured Kevin Gregg and David Ortiz throwing punches, the Orioles closer maintained that he had no regrets, while the Red Sox All-Star designated hitter apologized for his actions. Ortiz charged Gregg in the bottom of the eighth inning after the Orioles pitcher yelled at him as he jogged to first base. Ortiz took umbrage to Gregg throwing three straight pitches inside, while Gregg didn't appreciate the fact that Ortiz had walked toward the mound a pitch earlier, and then swung at a 3-0 pitch in a seven-run game.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2011
Almost two years have passed since Anquan Boldin and Todd Haley got involved in a shouting match on the sideline of the NFC championship game. Boldin, however, insists that he doesn't have to clear the air with Haley because there's nothing to clear. "It wasn't a problem then, and it's not a problem now," Boldin said. "That's something that happens almost every week in the NFL. Like I said, we buried that then, and we're OK. " Boldin, the Ravens wide receiver, and Haley, the Kansas City Chiefs coach, confronted each other on the sideline during the Arizona Cardinals' game-winning touchdown drive against the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2008 NFC championship game.
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