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By JoAnna Daemmrich and JoAnna Daemmrich,Staff Writer | November 12, 1993
Respect is hard to come by on the streets of Baltimore these days. Ask anyone -- even the mayor.Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke got a first-hand glimpse of the edge to youthful violence recently when he tried to break up a schoolboy brawl in the heart of Roland Park.One of the 13-year-olds looked the mayor straight in the eye and shoved him in the chest."He was acting in a very arrogant and aggressive manner," Mr. Schmoke recalled, his voice cracking with disbelief. "Here was one example of a child with very little respect or no respect for authority.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2014
The buzz surrounding reigning national champion Stevenson's 15-14 overtime loss to the Rochester Institute of Technology on Saturday at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, N.Y., was that the ending was steeped in controversy. But that's not how Mustangs coach Paul Cantabene saw it. Stevenson won the faceoff to begin the extra session, but Tigers coach Jake Coon asked for a check on sophomore faceoff specialist Justin Buonomo's stick. Officials ruled that the stick was illegal, giving RIT a three-minute extra-man opportunity.
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SPORTS
September 7, 1991
The Miami Dolphins signed holdout kicker Pete Stoyanovich yesterday, leaving them with one unsigned player.Terms of the contract were not disclosed, but Stoyanovich reportedly had been asking for about $500,000 over two years, and both sides were close.Charlie Baumann took Stoyanovich's place in Sunday's loss to Buffalo, and his agents had requested a trade. But his 21-for-25 record last year was a valuable asset.The third-year pro will not dress for tomorrow's home game against Indianapolis, and the team is seeking a two-week roster exemption, spokesman Rodney Wood said.
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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.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | September 14, 1990
A 21-year-old nursing assistant was charged Wednesday with abusing 24 elderly patients at an Annapolis nursing home by hitting some and shoving others in wheelchairs into walls.Michele Olee Graves, of the 1200 block Tyler Avenue in Annapolis, was arrested Wednesday. She was released yesterday after posting $25,000 bond. Her attorney said Graves will undergo a psychiatric evaluation.The charges come after a two-week investigation by the Annapolis police department. "This seems to be an isolated-type instance restricted to this particular woman," said police spokesman Dermont Hickey.
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By Allison Klein and Allison Klein,SUN STAFF | October 18, 2002
Former Washington Mayor Marion S. Barry Jr. was ordered yesterday to pay $35,000 in damages to a Baltimore custodian who said Barry shoved her and indecently exposed himself in an airport bathroom two years ago. Custodian Terrie Jenkins, 31, was awarded the judgment after suing Barry in Baltimore Circuit Court. The former mayor did not attend the two-day trial. "He didn't mind exposing himself to Terrie, but I don't think he wanted to expose himself to me," said Jenkins' attorney, Barry R. Glazer.
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By JoAnna Daemmrich and JoAnna Daemmrich,Staff Writer | February 7, 1993
An Annapolis woman was accused Friday of pushing her 18-month-old daughter twice through a glass shower door.The girl, Grace Elizabeth Salem, suffered severe gashes to the back of her head and nearly lost her right ear when she allegedly was shoved through the door, Annapolis police said. She was in stable condition in the intensive care unit at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.The girl's mother, Karen B. Salem, 38, was arrested on charges of child abuse and reckless endangerment.Police were called to the home in the 800 block of Cedar Park Road about 5 a.m. by paramedics, who took the child to the hospital.
NEWS
August 24, 1993
Woman alleges man shoved her from carA 30-year-old woman reported to police that she was assaulted by a man who picked her up in Brooklyn Park and then pushed her out of the car while it was moving Sunday.According to the police report, the woman told police that she was a prostitute and that the man picked her up on Fifth Avenue at 12:37 p.m., said Officer Terry Crowe, a police spokesman. When they got to Andover Road, near Broadview Boulevard, he shoved her out of the car, Officer Crowe said.
SPORTS
January 25, 2007
On Peyton Manning and Tom Brady as the NFL's top quarterbacks Both are big and slightly mobile. Both are students of the game. Both refuse to believe that they are going to lose. Manning didn't impress me against [the Ravens]. If we had any semblance of an offense that day, the Colts would have lost. My biggest problem with Manning is how he is the poster boy and shoved down my throat every commercial.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | March 27, 2003
An Anne Arundel County prosecutor told jurors yesterday that a teen-ager helped his friend kill another youth last year and was as guilty as the shooter, but the defense maintained that the teen who is being depicted as an accomplice had no idea his friend was armed. Samuel Serio, lawyer for Larry Eugene Adams, told the jury that his 18-year-old client would have been a fool to have his head inches from the victim's head if he knew a third teen-ager was about to use a gun. "He didn't know he was going to shoot him," he said on the opening day of the trial.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | October 3, 2011
Paul Kruger hasn't lit up the stat sheet in his three years with the Ravens, but the outside linebacker may have made an indelible impression when he exchanged a few pleasantries with New York Jets wide receiver Derrick Mason. On third down-and-8 from the Jets' 36-yard line, Mason, a former Raven, caught a pass from quarterback Mark Sanchez, but was wrestled to the turf by Kruger one yard short of a first down. Afterward, Kruger and Mason traded some shoves, and other players joined in the fray before cooler heads prevailed.
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By The Baltimore Sun | September 4, 2010
Matt Garza's vow that he would "shove it down" the Orioles' throats Friday night proved to be more rhetoric than reality. The Tampa Bay Rays starter's performance was more of a gentle nudge, yet it was still plenty good enough to quiet an Orioles team that continues to struggle against the American League East. Garza allowed one earned run in 52/3 innings as the Rays dealt the Orioles their third straight defeat, a listless 4-1 decision in front of an announced 13,507 at Camden Yards.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | September 2, 2010
A 20-year-old Curtis Bay man charged with murder in the death of a man who was pushed into the Inner Harbor in 2008 was ordered held without bail Thursday morning. The decision means Wayne Black will spend the foreseeable future at Central Booking and Intake Center, and comes after his initial bail review hearing had to be postponed when he appeared to go into shock. At that hearing, Black, who police say confessed Tuesday to shoving 22-year-old Ankush Gupta into the water, was slumped over on a bench in Central Booking, then leaned forward out of view as District Judge Nancy Shuger asked him to stand up. "Do you understand me?"
SPORTS
By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,mike.klingaman@baltsun.com | March 4, 2009
Tonight marks an anniversary the Navy men's basketball team would just as soon forget. It was March 4, 2001, that the Midshipmen last won a basketball playoff game. Seven times since, they have exited early from the Patriot League tournament. Navy (19-10) hopes to end that streak tonight against Colgate in the quarterfinals at Alumni Hall (7 p.m.). Navy is one of three Division I teams in the state, not counting Maryland, expected to have a legitimate chance to win an NCAA tournament berth.
NEWS
By Jessica Anderson and Jessica Anderson,jessica.anderson@baltsun.com | January 8, 2009
A woman testified yesterday that a Harford County sheriff's deputy pushed her down a set of stairs after she had performed sexual acts at a bachelor party he was attending. Jeffery Gerres, 29, of Rising Sun, a member of the sheriff's office's violent street crimes unit, is charged with assaulting 47-year old Denise Lillian Rothwell, who alleged that Gerres knocked her down a set of stairs from behind. He also faces charges of allowing a person into a building for prostitution. Rothwell, who has been charged with prostitution twice before, testified in Baltimore District Court that she was approached Sept.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | September 30, 2008
PITTSBURGH - If it's true that the outcome of a game hinges on one play, a costly penalty might have opened the door for the Ravens' 23-20 overtime loss to Pittsburgh Steelers last night at Heinz Field. The Ravens led 13-3 in the second half, and their stifling defense seemed to have unsettled Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and the offense. But shortly after Pittsburgh began its third series of the third quarter with 5:49 left, Ravens linebacker Jarret Johnson was flagged for unnecessary roughness when he shoved wide receiver Hines Ward - who seemed to antagonize the Ravens throughout the game - at the end of Nate Washington's 8-yard gain on a reverse.
NEWS
By Marina Sarris and Marina Sarris,Evening Sun Staff | September 14, 1990
A former nursing assistant was released last night on $25,000 bail after she was charged with abusing 24 elderly residents under her care at an Annapolis nursing home, authorities said.Annapolis police alleged that the assistant roughed up residents of the Annapolis Convalescent Center, including shoving some into wheelchairs, walls and beds, between May 1 and Aug. 27. Many of the victims are in their 80s or 90s.Some victims allegedly received bruises from being shoved, kicked or slapped.
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