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April 7, 2006
On March 22, 2006, in San Francisco, RICHARD N. STAUBITZ "Dickey", son of the late William and Marjorie Staubitz (nee Pomeroy). Beloved nephew of Barbara E. Jones (nee Pomeroy) and Betty Harbin (nee Staubitz). Also survived by his devoted godchild, Barbara J. Franco and many loving cousins and friends. A Graveside Service will be held April 8 at 11 A.M. at Mt. View Cemetery. The family requests that no flowers be sent. Please direct inquiries to the family owned Slack Funeral Home, P.A., 410-465-4400.
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April 7, 2006
On March 22, 2006, in San Francisco, RICHARD N. STAUBITZ "Dickey", son of the late William and Marjorie Staubitz (nee Pomeroy). Beloved nephew of Barbara E. Jones (nee Pomeroy) and Betty Harbin (nee Staubitz). Also survived by his devoted godchild, Barbara J. Franco and many loving cousins and friends. A Graveside Service will be held April 8 at 11 A.M. at Mt. View Cemetery. The family requests that no flowers be sent. Please direct inquiries to the family owned Slack Funeral Home, P.A., 410-465-4400.
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May 19, 2005
On May 17, 2005, LOUIS WILLIAM of Woodstock, MD. Beloved husband of the late Annie Irene Staubitz, devoted mother of Louis Raymond Staubitz and the late Patricia Ann Habicht, loving father-in-law of Daniel Habicht and dear grandfather of Kenney Habicht, Jenny Habicht and Shannon Staubitz; and dearest brother of Elsie Mae Jenkins. Friends may call at the Haight Funeral Home & Chapel, Rt. 32 near Eldersburg on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M., where services will be held on Friday at 11 A.M. Interment in Wards Chapel Cemetery.
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May 19, 2005
On May 17, 2005, LOUIS WILLIAM of Woodstock, MD. Beloved husband of the late Annie Irene Staubitz, devoted mother of Louis Raymond Staubitz and the late Patricia Ann Habicht, loving father-in-law of Daniel Habicht and dear grandfather of Kenney Habicht, Jenny Habicht and Shannon Staubitz; and dearest brother of Elsie Mae Jenkins. Friends may call at the Haight Funeral Home & Chapel, Rt. 32 near Eldersburg on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M., where services will be held on Friday at 11 A.M. Interment in Wards Chapel Cemetery.
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By Staff Report | October 19, 1993
Former state health official John M. Staubitz Jr. is expected to ask a Circuit Court judge tomorrow to review the $500,000 bail set by a District Court judge, according to court papers.Mr. Staubitz, 45, is being held in the Carroll County Detention Center on 17 charges related to four house break-ins last month. Police say he and Robert E. Emmons Jr., 29, burglarized 12 homes in Carroll, Baltimore and Howard counties over a period of several weeks.Carroll prosecutors had asked District Judge Donald M. Smith to revoke the $100,000 bail that was set for each of the two men shortly after their Sept.
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Sun Staff Writer | September 6, 1995
A former ranking Maryland health official, convicted last year of burglarizing homes in the Baltimore area, testified yesterday that Roy Monroe Robertson confessed while they were serving time in a Hagerstown prison to killing William Charles Prodoehl."
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By Sheridan Lyons and Glenn Small and Sheridan Lyons and Glenn Small,Sun Staff Writers | April 13, 1994
John M. Staubitz Jr., the former state health official who served time for skimming money from the Maryland State Games, was convicted last night by a Baltimore County Circuit Court jury on charges of housebreaking and theft.Staubitz, 45, of the 6900 block of Pinecrest Road in Catonsville, has been jailed since his arrest in September in a series of break-ins that month in northern Baltimore County.In addition to the five counts of felony breaking and entering and five counts of grand theft on which he was convicted, the former deputy state health secretary is awaiting trial in similar cases in Carroll and Howard counties.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | October 9, 1993
The last time former state health official John M. Staubitz Jr. faced some time behind bars, he fled to Las Vegas before a judge could sentence him.Yesterday, Carroll District Judge Donald M. Smith gave him virtually no chance to flee again. The judge raised bail to for Mr. Staubitz on a dozen burglary charges in Carroll, Howard and Baltimore counties."We have evidence of [Mr. Staubitz's] flight after trial, and, although it was explained, the authority of the court was ignored at that time," Judge Smith said as he increased the bail for Mr. Staubitz from $100,000 at a prosecutor's request.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 6, 1996
John Martin Staubitz Jr., a former Maryland health official who was convicted in 1994 of burglarizing Baltimore-area homes, was released from his Carroll County sentence yesterday in exchange for 300 hours of community service and his testimony in a murder case.In September, Staubitz testified in Roy Monroe Robertson's trial that Robertson, who was convicted of first-degree murder, confessed to killing William Charles Prodoehl in February 1993.Robertson is serving a life sentence for the crime and has appealed his conviction to the Maryland Court of Appeals.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Sun Staff Writer | May 11, 1994
Former state health official John Martin Staubitz Jr. -- convicted last month in a Baltimore County housebreaking spree -- will not go to trial on similar charges in Carroll and Howard counties until at least November, according to prosecutors and his new defense lawyer.Staubitz's Carroll County case -- which involves more than 30 charges stemming from four burglaries last summer -- was to begin yesterday in Carroll Circuit Court. He also was to face charges in three break-ins in Howard County next week.
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May 11, 2003
May 8, 2003, LILA MAY JONES (nee Staubitz), beloved wife of the late Gilbert Earl Jones. She is also survived by cousins and many friends. The family will receive friends at the Sterling-Ashton-Schwab Funeral Home Inc., 736 Edmondson Ave. (M-l mile W. of Beltway exit 14) on Saturday and Sunday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. where Funeral Services will be held on Monday at 10 A.M. Interment in Lakeview Memorial Park. Those desiring may make memorial contributions to the charity of choice.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 6, 1996
John Martin Staubitz Jr., a former Maryland health official who was convicted in 1994 of burglarizing Baltimore-area homes, was released from his Carroll County sentence yesterday in exchange for 300 hours of community service and his testimony in a murder case.In September, Staubitz testified in Roy Monroe Robertson's trial that Robertson, who was convicted of first-degree murder, confessed to killing William Charles Prodoehl in February 1993.Robertson is serving a life sentence for the crime and has appealed his conviction to the Maryland Court of Appeals.
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Sun Staff Writer | September 6, 1995
A former ranking Maryland health official, convicted last year of burglarizing homes in the Baltimore area, testified yesterday that Roy Monroe Robertson confessed while they were serving time in a Hagerstown prison to killing William Charles Prodoehl."
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Sun Staff Writer | September 3, 1995
Testimony against Roy Monroe Robertson, the Westminster man accused of killing a friend in 1993, is set to continue Tuesday with more from John M. Staubitz Jr., prosecutors said Friday.Staubitz, a former state health official who was convicted last year of burglarizing eight suburban Baltimore homes, told the 16-member jury last week that he met Mr. Robertson when the two were incarcerated at the Carroll County Detention Center in early 1994.The two met again about six months later when they both were being held at the Roxbury Correctional Institution in Hagerstown, Staubitz said.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Sun Staff Writer | August 21, 1995
A former high-ranking state health official who is serving 10 years in prison for burglarizing homes throughout suburban Baltimore is expected to testify against a Westminster man accused of a 1993 killing.John M. Staubitz Jr., once the second-highest ranking member of the state health department, is a witness for the prosecution in the murder trial of Roy Monroe Robertson that is to begin today in Carroll Circuit Court.While neither prosecutors nor Mr. Robertson's public defender would divulge what Staubitz might testify, sources said last week that the former health official and Mr. Robertson served time in the same jail in recent months.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Sun Staff Writer | July 7, 1995
A Carroll judge shaved 15 years yesterday from the 25-year prison sentence being served by Robert Ernest Emmons Jr., a Baltimore man convicted of committing a string of burglaries in three suburban counties with former state health official John Martin Staubitz Jr.Arguing that her client's sentence should be more in line with the nine years and 11 months Staubitz is serving for the same crimes, Carroll Public Defender Barbara Kreinar persuaded Judge Francis...
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff Writer | December 1, 1994
John M. Staubitz Jr., the former state health official who faces trial on burglary charges in Carroll County, plans to plead guilty, he told a county circuit judge yesterday.Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. will hear the terms of the plea and sentence Staubitz Dec. 29.Staubitz, 45, is serving an eight-year prison sentence at the Roxbury Correctional Institute in Hagerstown for his conviction last summer in five breaking and entering cases in Baltimore County. He was in Carroll Circuit Court yesterday for a motions hearing on his Carroll cases.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff Writer | June 13, 1995
A Carroll County judge sentenced John M. Staubitz Jr. yesterday to nine years and 11 months in prison, bringing a resolution to the cases stemming from a string of 1993 suburban Baltimore burglaries.A former deputy state health secretary, Staubitz will serve the sentence concurrently with an eight-year term he is serving for an April conviction in five Baltimore County burglaries.Staubitz, 46, will be given credit for the prison time served since his September 1993 arrest.Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. imposed yesterday's sentence as part of an earlier plea deal in which Staubitz pleaded guilty to two counts of burglary.
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