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August 15, 2002
Tyshan Lovette Johnson, a security guard assigned to the Social Security Administration, died in a car accident with a co-worker Friday in Prince George's County as they were on their way to receive firearms training. The Woodlawn resident and mother of one daughter was 34. The East Baltimore native graduated from Dunbar High School in 1986. After a stint as a phlebotomist at Johns Hopkins Hospital, she became a dental assistant, working for a dentist in Columbia and at the Maryland House of Correction in Jessup during the 1990s.
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By Los Angeles Times | March 29, 1994
TIJUANA, Mexico -- Amid increasing indications of a conspiracy, Mexican federal police now believe that a security guard aided the gunman accused of assassinating presidential candidate Luis Donaldo Colosio last week, according to authorities.Investigators were questioning Tranquilino Sanchez Venegas, a retired former police officer hired to provide crowd control, whom photos and videos of the incident show near Mr. Colosio and accused gunman Mario Aburto Martinez seconds before the fatal shots were fired.
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By Nancy A. Youssef and Nancy A. Youssef,SUN STAFF | June 20, 1999
A Baltimore man -- who has tested positive for the AIDS virus -- was charged with first-degree assault after allegedly biting a security guard during a struggle at a Target Store in Frederick.Eric Orlando Glaspie, 20, of the 5000 block of Goodnow Road was charged with various counts of theft and assault. He voluntarily gave a blood sample and tested positive for the human immunodeficiency virus, said Deputy 1st Class Rick Winer.Frederick County Sheriff's Office officials said Glaspie went to the Target in the 5400 block of Urbana Pike at about 3: 30 p.m. Friday and presented an altered check to the clerk.
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May 18, 2007
Frederick Jerry Nance II, a skycap and security guard, died of a heart attack Sunday at his Northeast Baltimore home. He was 35. Born in Baltimore and raised in Cherry Hill, he was a 1989 graduate of Southern High School and studied business management at the University of Maryland, Eastern Shore. He moved to Hartford, Conn., and worked for a utility company for five years before returning to Baltimore and becoming a mechanic for Anderson Automotive. At his death, Mr. Nance was working as an American Airlines skycap and as a security officer at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel.
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,Evening Sun Staff | October 9, 1990
A security guard at the National Aquarium passed out early today when he walked into a room where machinery that produces ozone for a water purification system had blown a pressure relief valve.The guard, Sylvester McIntosh, 38, of the 3500 block of Edmondson Ave., was taken to Mercy Medical Center, where he was reported in stable condition, undergoing evaluation.Capt. Patrick P. Flynn, a spokesman for the city Fire Department, said a hazardous materials team was called to the aquarium's new Marine Mammal Pavilion at 6:41 a.m., but aquarium personnel had controlled the leak before they arrived.
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By FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN and FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN,SUN REPORTER | March 23, 2006
John Charles Grund Sr., a retired Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. supervisor who became an Orioles security guard at Camden Yards, died Saturday at Good Samaritan Hospital of complications from a stroke. The longtime Gardenville resident was 79. Mr. Grund was born and raised in Highlandtown and attended Patterson High School. He dropped out of school his senior year and enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1944. He was sent to Hawaii to train for a possible invasion of Japan that was averted after the U.S. dropped two atomic bombs.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | April 1, 2004
A 29-year-old man sought in the stabbing of a security guard at Howard Community College in Columbia on Monday was arrested yesterday afternoon by Baltimore police after a short chase, authorities said. The suspect, Gilbert Lee Redmond Jr., was spotted driving a burgundy Saturn sedan in Baltimore after Howard County police released his picture and a description of the car he was thought to be driving. Redmond fled when officers attempted a traffic stop, police said. The security guard, a 26-year-old woman, was stabbed several times in the head but suffered no life-threatening injuries, Howard County police said.
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By Tom Gutting and Joel McCord and Tom Gutting and Joel McCord,SUN STAFF | November 14, 2000
Stephen J. "Riddle" Nelson Sr., a security guard and former emergency medical technician, died in his sleep Wednesday, a day after he received a reward for helping to capture a bank robbery suspect. He was 47 and lived in Morrell Park. Mr. Nelson, who did not have a weapon, was on duty in the lobby of the Bank of America branch at 10 Light St. on Sept. 19 when he was alerted to the robbery. "He told us the look on the teller's face was so tragic and so scary that he knew he had to do something," said his mother, Frances M. Nelson of Linthicum.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | October 17, 2000
A 45-year-old security guard charged with decapitating an Essex woman was indicted in the killing yesterday by a Baltimore County grand jury. Richard Lee Donnelly of the 6600 block of Golden Ring Road, Rosedale, was charged with first-degree murder and assault in the death Aug. 27 of Rosemarie Shew, 38, of the first block of Avenal Road, said Assistant State's Attorney S. Ann Brobst. Brobst said yesterday that the weapon used in the killing has not been recovered and that when Shew's body was found, her wrists had marks left by the type of flexible handcuffs Donnelly carried.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | February 4, 2004
From fights to thefts to destruction of property, the Westminster library made nearly 100 calls to city police last year. Exasperated library officials turned to the Carroll County commissioners yesterday and asked for $26,000 to hire a security guard for the busiest branch in the five-branch system. The "unsafe environment" is taking a toll on staff and patrons, said Linda Mielke, library director. Lois Leasure, Westminster branch manager, told the commissioners that she had broken up three fights in the past two months, one between two homeless adults.
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