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April 2, 1994
A column in yesterday's editions of The Sun contained incorrect information about movie and television projects involving Alan Sereboff. Mr. Sereboff is associate producer of the film "In the Living Years." The column also incorrectly listed Mario Van Peebles as the star of the film. Mr. Sereboff also has agreed to co-produce a public service announcement for Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children.The Sun regrets the errors.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | June 6, 1997
An unidentified pedestrian discovered the body of a man in his early 40s lying face up in a stream along Marley Neck Road in Glen Burnie, county police said yesterday.Police, who were called about 3: 30 p.m., found the body fully clothed about 25 feet from the road, between Chain O Hills Road and Spencer Road, with no obvious injuries.The state medical examiner is expected to perform an autopsy today, police said. Homicide investigators believe they have identified the man but have not released his name because they have not notified his family.
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NEWS
July 9, 1996
County police cited a Crofton bar Sunday for serving customers an hour after its 2 a.m. closing time. It was the second time in three months the bar was cited with a violation, police said.Officer Daniel A. Sereboff was patrolling on northbound Route shortly before 3 a.m. when he saw the "Open" light on at The Other Place in the 1600 block of Crofton Centre.Sereboff found the front door was locked, but a side door was open and he saw several people going in and out of the bar, police said.
NEWS
July 9, 1996
County police cited a Crofton bar Sunday for serving customers an hour after its 2 a.m. closing time. It was the second time in three months the bar was cited with a violation, police said.Officer Daniel A. Sereboff was patrolling on northbound Route shortly before 3 a.m. when he saw the "Open" light on at The Other Place in the 1600 block of Crofton Centre.Sereboff found the front door was locked, but a side door was open and he saw several people going in and out of the bar, police said.
NEWS
March 26, 1996
A Millersville couple was arrested Saturday on charges stemming from a struggle with a police officer who had been called to their mobile home off Crownsville Road to settle a domestic dispute.Kevin T. Gallagher, 36, of the Summer Hill Trailer Park, was charged with assault with intent to murder. Peggy Lawler, 35, of the same address, was charged with battery, resisting arrest, and hindering police.Officer Daniel A. Sereboff was treated for minor cuts at North Arundel Hospital and released.
NEWS
January 27, 1995
An autopsy will be performed on the 2-month-old Gambrills boy who was stricken at a day-care center and died yesterday morning at Johns Hopkins Hospital, county police said.James Hoover of the 2100 block of Branchwood Court was pronounced dead at 8:35 a.m. by Dr. Daryl Gwynn, police said. The boy, who had been on life support equipment, may have died of sudden infant death syndrome, police said.The boy was at a licensed day care home in the 1800 block of Sparrow Court in Severn. When the provider, Kimberly Egan, went to feed the boy at noon Wednesday, she found he was not breathing.
NEWS
By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | June 6, 1997
An unidentified pedestrian discovered the body of a man in his early 40s lying face up in a stream along Marley Neck Road in Glen Burnie, county police said yesterday.Police, who were called about 3: 30 p.m., found the body fully clothed about 25 feet from the road, between Chain O Hills Road and Spencer Road, with no obvious injuries.The state medical examiner is expected to perform an autopsy today, police said. Homicide investigators believe they have identified the man but have not released his name because they have not notified his family.
NEWS
August 4, 1994
A car chase through Severn yesterday morning ended when the man police were pursuing jumped out of his car and ran off, police said.Officer Daniel Sereboff began the pursuit shortly before 12:30 a.m. when a car going in the opposite direction passed him on Pioneer Drive. Because the driver didn't turn off his high beam lights, Officer Sereboff made a U-turn to pursue him.The officer put on his emergency lights as the car turned onto Deerfield Road, police said. The driver went down Deerfield Road to Timberlake Court, made a left turn and got out. Officer Sereboff said the man appeared to be holding a small, black handgun in his left hand.
NEWS
By JoAnna Daemmrich and JoAnna Daemmrich,Staff Writer | December 21, 1992
Not long ago, Annapolis police ventured into Harbour House only to arrest suspected drug dealers or investigate violent crimes. The 279-unit public housing complex in Eastport, the largest in the city, was notorious for crack houses, corner drug markets and open hostility toward police.But with the opening of a satellite police station in a basement apartment there in June 1991, the community has been transformed. Residents have taken control of the streets again, and once-strained relations with police have improved.
NEWS
By TaNoah V. Sterling and TaNoah V. Sterling,SUN STAFF | April 2, 1996
County police, called to quell a noisy party in Arnold on Sunday, arrested a Virginia man on drug and assault charges, authorities said yesterday.David D. Aliff, 21, of the 200 block of Church St., Front Royal, Va., was charged with possession and possession with intent to distribute LSD, battery, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and assault. He was held at the county detention center on $50,000 bond.Officers Daniel A. Sereboff and Michael A. Krok went to the 1200 block of Summerwood Court in Arnold shortly after 1 a.m. because neighbors complained that a party was out of control and people were fighting, police said.
NEWS
By TaNoah V. Sterling and TaNoah V. Sterling,SUN STAFF | April 2, 1996
County police, called to quell a noisy party in Arnold on Sunday, arrested a Virginia man on drug and assault charges, authorities said yesterday.David D. Aliff, 21, of the 200 block of Church St., Front Royal, Va., was charged with possession and possession with intent to distribute LSD, battery, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and assault. He was held at the county detention center on $50,000 bond.Officers Daniel A. Sereboff and Michael A. Krok went to the 1200 block of Summerwood Court in Arnold shortly after 1 a.m. because neighbors complained that a party was out of control and people were fighting, police said.
NEWS
March 26, 1996
A Millersville couple was arrested Saturday on charges stemming from a struggle with a police officer who had been called to their mobile home off Crownsville Road to settle a domestic dispute.Kevin T. Gallagher, 36, of the Summer Hill Trailer Park, was charged with assault with intent to murder. Peggy Lawler, 35, of the same address, was charged with battery, resisting arrest, and hindering police.Officer Daniel A. Sereboff was treated for minor cuts at North Arundel Hospital and released.
NEWS
January 27, 1995
An autopsy will be performed on the 2-month-old Gambrills boy who was stricken at a day-care center and died yesterday morning at Johns Hopkins Hospital, county police said.James Hoover of the 2100 block of Branchwood Court was pronounced dead at 8:35 a.m. by Dr. Daryl Gwynn, police said. The boy, who had been on life support equipment, may have died of sudden infant death syndrome, police said.The boy was at a licensed day care home in the 1800 block of Sparrow Court in Severn. When the provider, Kimberly Egan, went to feed the boy at noon Wednesday, she found he was not breathing.
NEWS
November 13, 1994
A Bowie man was arrested early Friday and charged with attempted murder after a struggle during which police said he tried to wrest a service revolver from a county officer.Officer Daniel Sereboff stopped a 1989 Ford truck about 2 a.m. on Davidsonville Road near Layton Street after he noticed that the driver appeared to be drunk.When the man failed a sobriety test, Officer Sereboff tried to arrest him, but the man hit the officer and a sergeant who had come to his aid, police said.The two officers struggled with the man, who grabbed Officer Sereboff's gun and tried to pull it from its holster, police said.
NEWS
August 4, 1994
A car chase through Severn yesterday morning ended when the man police were pursuing jumped out of his car and ran off, police said.Officer Daniel Sereboff began the pursuit shortly before 12:30 a.m. when a car going in the opposite direction passed him on Pioneer Drive. Because the driver didn't turn off his high beam lights, Officer Sereboff made a U-turn to pursue him.The officer put on his emergency lights as the car turned onto Deerfield Road, police said. The driver went down Deerfield Road to Timberlake Court, made a left turn and got out. Officer Sereboff said the man appeared to be holding a small, black handgun in his left hand.
NEWS
April 2, 1994
A column in yesterday's editions of The Sun contained incorrect information about movie and television projects involving Alan Sereboff. Mr. Sereboff is associate producer of the film "In the Living Years." The column also incorrectly listed Mario Van Peebles as the star of the film. Mr. Sereboff also has agreed to co-produce a public service announcement for Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children.The Sun regrets the errors.
NEWS
November 13, 1994
A Bowie man was arrested early Friday and charged with attempted murder after a struggle during which police said he tried to wrest a service revolver from a county officer.Officer Daniel Sereboff stopped a 1989 Ford truck about 2 a.m. on Davidsonville Road near Layton Street after he noticed that the driver appeared to be drunk.When the man failed a sobriety test, Officer Sereboff tried to arrest him, but the man hit the officer and a sergeant who had come to his aid, police said.The two officers struggled with the man, who grabbed Officer Sereboff's gun and tried to pull it from its holster, police said.
NEWS
By Staff report | July 24, 1992
An Edgewater man who fell into a shop window and cut his shoulder during a scuffle with Annapolis police last week has filed a brutality complaint.Chauncey S. Smith, 31, of Mills Farm Road, has accused two city officers of using excessive force in arresting him, police officials said. Although Mr. Smith is black and the officers are white, his complaint does not accuse them of racial harassment, police said.He could not be reached for comment yesterday.Mr. Smith was arrested the night of July 16 after he and three friends began shouting profanities when they were refused entry to Armadillo's, a downtown pub and restaurant, witnesses and police said.
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By SYLVIA BADGER | April 1, 1994
A column in yesterday's editions of The Sun contained incorrect information about movie and television projects involving Alan Sereboff. Mr. Sereboff is associate producer of the film "In the Living Years." The column also incorrectly listed Mario Van Peebles as the star of the film. Mr. Sereboff also has agreed to co-produce a public service announcement for Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children.The Sun regrets the errors.Today is not only Good Friday and April Fool's Day, but it's the natal day of two friends, Baltimore attorney Frances Reaves and City Councilman Mike Curran.
NEWS
By JoAnna Daemmrich and JoAnna Daemmrich,Staff Writer | December 21, 1992
Not long ago, Annapolis police ventured into Harbour House only to arrest suspected drug dealers or investigate violent crimes. The 279-unit public housing complex in Eastport, the largest in the city, was notorious for crack houses, corner drug markets and open hostility toward police.But with the opening of a satellite police station in a basement apartment there in June 1991, the community has been transformed. Residents have taken control of the streets again, and once-strained relations with police have improved.
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