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By Vida Roberts and Vida Roberts,SUN FASHION EDITOR | December 26, 1996
How does one become a diva? Practice, darlings, lots of practice. Although divas are made by the gods who give them the voices of angels, the rest of the persona is studied and acquired.The one thing divas have in common is their exceptional ability to sweep -- as in sweep into a room, sweep down the staircase, sweep into a limo. They know how to float a stole across the stage.With the festive party season in full swing and many opportunities for sweeping, so many women are paralyzed by stage fright, afraid to hit the high glamour notes.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2014
Three men who stole two cellphones and then shot one of the victims in Windsor Mill earlier this month have been charged, Baltimore County police said Tuesday. Police said the suspects walked up to the victims on Elesmere Drive near Tudsbury Road when they flashed a gun and robbed the victims of their cell phones. As they ran, one of the suspects shot one of the victims at least once around 1:45 a.m. Aug. 19. Officers found the victim in the same area, suffering from at least one gunshot wound.
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November 28, 1994
POLICE LOG* Long Reach: 8500 block of Dark Hawk Circle: A burglar stole a garage door opener from a car parked outside a home, used it to enter the dwelling and stole a purse Wednesday, police said.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | August 25, 2014
A former city school board member and city government worker who is accused of lying about his resume will be tried in court on fraud charges this fall. Anthony A. Hamilton, 35, who resigned from the school board as well as from the city's Health Department last August, used another man's Social Security number and student identification number to pretend to have degrees he didn't earn, prosecutors said in charging documents. Hamilton, who faces six fraud-related charges, was arraigned on Monday and has a trial scheduled for Oct. 27. His attorney could not be reached for comment.
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July 14, 1995
POLICE LOG* Marriottsville: 1400 block of Marriottsville Road: A burglar stole a television and jewelry Tuesday, police said.
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By The following accounts were compiled by reporter Richard Irwin from police records in the Baltimore area yesterday and today | October 7, 1991
Baltimore CitySHOOTING: Southern District -- Police reported four people standing in the 4200 block of Thayer Court in Brooklyn shortly before 9 a.m. yesterday were shot by someone firing a shotgun from a passing car. Police said the victims, three men and a woman, all were hit by buckshot and taken to area hospitals for treatment. None was seriously injured. Police said they had no motive for the drive-by shooting and identified the victims as Cecil A. Sherrod, 17, of the 2400 block of E. Lafayette Ave.; Kathy N. Adamson, 22, of the 100 block of N. Monastery Ave.; Elliot J. White, 18, of the 2100 block of Hollins St.; and Vernon Harper, 16, of the 600 block of Mosher St. Police are seeking a white Oldsmobile Cutlass occupied by two men in connection with the shooting, but no arrests have been made.
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October 16, 1992
POLICE LOG*Jessup: 6200 block of Meadowridge Road: Someone stole a 1988 Yamaha four-wheeler Monday or Tuesday.*8000 block of Washington Boulevard: Someone broke into 1975 GMC Camper between Sept. 9 and 31 and stole an $800 Realistic Radio Shack video camera, two $120 batteries and an $80 red ski jacket.*North Laurel: 9200 block of Traders Crossing: Someone stole a $250 Pioneer AM-FM cassette pullout stereo Wednesday from a Pontiac Fiero.
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May 9, 1994
POLICE LOG* Elvaton: Someone stole power and hand tools worth $1,500 Thursday from a car parked in the 8300 block of Brookwood Road.* Oak Grove: Someone stole two speakers and a winter coat Thursday from a car parked in the 700 block of Brackley Road. The items were valued at $200.* Old Mill: Someone stole a tool box and tools, all worth $1,500, Thursday from a truck parked in the 200 block of Nathan Way.
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October 10, 1996
Police logEllicott City: 8700 block of Stone-house Drive: Someone stole tools from CNH Mechanical Tuesday morning after cutting a padlock off a construction trailer.Elkridge: 6200 block of Ducketts Lane: Someone stole a 1995 Chevrolet Astro van. It has Maryland license 683799M.Ellicott City: 3600 block of Mount Ida Drive: Someone stole a dark blue 1992 Chevrolet Lumina. It has Maryland license DFX568.Pub Date: 10/10/96
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April 24, 1995
POLICE* Westminster: A Carroll Transit Co. official reported that someone stole a money bag containing $730 from the company's office in the 200 block of N. Center St. on Wednesday.A resident of Glen Oak Court told police that someone broke into her car and stole her purse Wednesday. She estimated the loss at $163.Another Glen Oak Court resident reported that someone broke into his auto and stole a set of screwdrivers Wednesday. He estimated the loss at $20.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | July 15, 2014
The Harford County Sheriff's Office is asking the public's help in identifying a person believed to be responsible for a recent theft of a wallet from a shopper at the Abingdon Walmart. The victim was at the Walmart on Constant Friendship Boulevard on July 2 when a man asked her to help him get something from a shelf, the Sheriff's Office said in a news release Friday. When she finished helping the man, she realized her wallet had been stolen from her purse. The victim's credit cards were used at the Abingdon Target later that morning, the Sheriff's Office said.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2014
A couple posing as customers entered a Timonium jewelry store, where, while looking at merchandise, made off with several rings costing nearly $46,000, according to Baltimore County police. The department on Wednesday released pictures of the two suspects from surveillance video from Ricardo's Gems and Jewelry in the 9600 block of Deereco Road. Police said the couple went into the store Dec. 31 and asked to view some jewelry. While the clerk was helping the woman, the man took several rings from an unlocked display case.
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January 31, 2014
I was disappointed upon seeing the accompanying photograph in Sloane Brown's column about fashion-forward locals ("Glimpsed at Single Carrot Theatre ," Jan. 30). Kirsten Lessner was shown wearing a mink stole that she said was "her grandmother's cousin's. " I am not an in-your-face PETA activist, but I do get offended when I see what I call insensitive journalism. I do not care that the stole was rather old, as Ms. Lessner inferred (perhaps as if to legitimize the fact that she did not purchase it but instead inherited it)
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | November 13, 2013
A man who stole personal data of thousands of Baltimore County employees while working as a information technology contract worker was identified Wednesday after being extradited from Florida. Baltimore County police said Courtney Calbert, 34, of Dundalk made off with employees' banking information, Social Security numbers, and other personal information when he worked for a county contractor between December 2011 and July 2012. County officials have said more than 12,000 current and former county workers are affected.
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August 7, 2013
Anne Arundel County police say two Upper Marlboro residents have been arrested in a series of theft and fraud cases in which they allegedly distracted female shoppers in local grocery stores, then took their wallets and credit cards. Police arrested Karen Steelman, 52, and Kenneth Harris, 53, and charged them with numerous theft and credit card fraud offenses. Police said they are both suspected in similar "distraction" theft cases in Washington, Virginia and North Carolina. The county's investigation started with two reports in which a man and woman distracted shoppers, then took their wallets.
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By Tricia Bishop, The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2013
A 52-year-old former employee of Baltimore City Community College pleaded guilty in Circuit Court on Wednesday to stealing more than $7,000 in student tuition payments and was sentenced to three years' probation and a one-year suspended prison term, the city state's attorney's office announced. Michelle Campbell, of the 5100 block of Marlin Court in Waldorf, was also ordered to pay back her victims in full. Prosecutors said Campbell stole cash from a dozen students and robbed them of certain certifications while she was an administrative assistant in the school's Business and Continuing Education Department.
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July 18, 1994
POLICE* Westminster: A Baltimore resident reported that someone stole the wheels from his bicycle Thursday while it was on Locust Street. He estimated the loss at $220.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2013
A former treasurer of the University of Baltimore School of Law's Student Bar Association has pleaded guilty to stealing $33,000 from the organization. Margaret Oyler, 29, never graduated from the law school and found herself instead sitting as a defendant Thursday before a Baltimore judge. Oyler was given a five-year suspended prison sentence and three years' probation. She must also pay back the money. In an interview, Oyler said the thefts happened during "an extremely dark period in my life.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2013
A federal grand jury indicted 18 alleged gang members on racketeering charges, including a detainee at a state-managed detention center, news that could draw more scrutiny to Maryland's beleaguered correctional system. Federal officials say the members of the Bloods, most of them operating out of Howard County, broke into houses, stole money and other items, and sold drugs, including oxycodone, ecstasy and marijuana. Eighteen Bloods members were charged with racketeering, and three others not in the gang were charged with selling drugs, federal officials said.
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