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By Martin C. Evans Reporter Ann Lolordo of The Sun's metropolitan staff contributed to this article | August 19, 1991
The 10-year-old East Baltimore boy who allegedly used a handgun to rob an 8-year-old of a yo-yo was on supervised probation for a similar crime when city police arrested him last week.The boy, who was not identified because of his age, has been confined at a state juvenile holding facility since Friday under the order of a Baltimore court master, according to state juvenile authorities. The facility was identified by sources as the Thomas J. S. Waxter Children's Center in Laurel.The 10-year-old was arrested Thursday in the 1400 block of Holbrook Street, in the Oliver community of East Baltimore, after an 8-year-old boy claimed that the suspect approached him and a friend, told him to put his hands in the air and robbed him of a yo-yo at gunpoint, police said.
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By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2013
Baltimore County Councilman Todd Huff was sentenced Tuesday to two years of supervised probation after pleading guilty to driving under the influence. Baltimore County Circuit Judge Timothy Martin also gave Huff a one-year suspended jail sentence. He ordered Huff not to drink alcohol during his probation, and to submit to random urine tests as part of the state's Drinking Driver Monitor Program. He also ordered Huff to complete a 26-week alcohol treatment program that the councilman has already started.
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April 7, 1995
Nathaniel Hurt, on trial in the slaying of a 13-year-old boy, was convicted in 1980 of assault and received a one-year suspended sentence with one year of supervised probation, according to court records. Articles in The Sun on Saturday and yesterday incorrectly stated that he had no criminal record.The Sun regrets the error.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | March 22, 2011
The carefully planned robbery and beating were supposed to be payback for stealing pills and cash from a drug dealer. But there was a glitch. When police apprehended the first of four men charged in the Severna Park ambush, he admitted that they'd robbed the wrong man, said Anne Arundel County prosecutor Michael J. Dunty. On Tuesday, Brian Keith Andrzejewski, 35, pleaded guilty to robbery. Circuit Judge Paul A. Hackner sentenced him to four years in prison, followed by five years of supervised probation, while the victim, a community college student, and his family, watched.
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By Caitlin Francke and Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF | May 13, 1998
Marvin Lee Teal, in jail on child abuse charges and facing a five-year sentence for violating probation, asked a three-judge panel to reduce his time behind bars.Instead, they doubled it.In a rare decision, Teal, 48, a former state administrative law judge, has been ordered to serve 10 years in prison, after using a legal avenue that is the judicial system's equivalent of rolling the dice."I'm sure he's rather devastated," said Joseph Tauber, Teal's attorney, of the decision two weeks ago by three Howard County judges.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | May 25, 1993
Carroll Circuit Judge Francis M. Arnold sentenced a 22-year-old Baltimore man yesterday to five years of supervised probation for his involvement in the August shooting of another man in a Westminster home.Sean Lamont Tune, of the 3000 block of East Federal St., was the last of three people to be sentenced in the Aug. 20 shooting of Harrison T. Brandon of northeast Baltimore.Mr. Tune, his 23-year-old brother Nathaniel Tune Jr. and 19-year-old Dion Damon Dixon were each charged with attempted first-degree murder and 12 lesser counts.
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June 8, 1993
Child abuser gets 3 years of probationA Westminster man who sexually abused his girlfriend's 10-year-old daughter last year was ordered to serve three years of supervised probation.In accordance with an April plea agreement, Carroll Circuit Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. yesterday imposed a suspended four-year sentence and ordered supervised probation with mandatory psychological counseling.The man pleaded guilty April 6 to one count of child abuse in exchange for the prosecution dropping 14 additional charges and the recommendation of a suspended sentence.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 21, 1998
Two women have pleaded guilty before a Howard County Circuit judge to charges of felony theft for defrauding the county's public housing program of an estimated $45,000.Nicole D. Gilliam, 27, of Columbia and Danielle Evans, 30, who owns property in Marriottsville, were charged in June after an investigator with the Office of Housing and Community Development determined that they had misrepresented their financial status.In public housing programs, rent is based on a sliding scale linked to household income.
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By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Sun Staff Writer | August 16, 1995
A key player in a group that police say put about 50 pounds of marijuana a month into the Baltimore-Washington area pleaded guilty yesterday to drug charges in Howard Circuit Court.Police charged 28 people, mostly from Howard County, with participating in the ring that was broken in March after investigators used a wiretap to record telephone calls to and from an Elkridge apartment.Yesterday, one of the tenants of the apartment -- 23-year-old Timothy R. Simons -- pleaded guilty to distribution of cocaine and conspiracy to distribute marijuana before Judge Raymond Kane Jr.Assistant State's Attorney Mary Murphy said Simons sold $390 worth of cocaine to an undercover police investigator at Michael's Pub in Columbia's Kings Contrivance village on Aug. 2, 1994.
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April 26, 1992
Here is a compilation of some of the activity in Carroll County Courts:Circuit CourtEllen Bell: Sentenced by Circuit Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. to suspended term of one year in the Department of Corrections and five years of probation supervised by the Drinking Drivers Monitoring Programon April 21 for driving while intoxicated.Evelyne Chance: Sentenced by Beck to suspended term of one year in the Carroll County Detention Center, one year of supervised probation and 100 hours of volunteer community service on April 22 for forgery.
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By Andrea F. Siegel | February 25, 2010
An Anne Arundel teacher was placed on three years of supervised probation Wednesday after admitting that she had a sexual relationship with a student for most of last year. Kristyn N. Breeds, 29, who was a special-education teacher and indoor track coach at Northeast High School in Pasadena, pleaded guilty to one count of a fourth-degree sex offense, a misdemeanor. Under terms of the plea, she was offered probation before judgment, which would allow her to seek to have the criminal record expunged in six years, and she was fined about $200.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,don.markus@baltsun.com | September 15, 2009
An Ellicott City man who had sex with a 14-year-old boy was sentenced Monday to a nine-year prison term after pleading guilty in Circuit Court, but that was reduced to 18 months in the Howard County Detention Center. According to police, the boy was a student at Young America Works, the Washington charter school where Ricardo Antonio Cuaderes was a teacher. Last fall, police say, Cuaderes, 57, took the boy to his apartment in the 3900 block of Normandy Woods Drive, where they engaged in anal sex and masturbation.
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By Nick Madigan and Nick Madigan,nick.madigan@baltsun.com | September 3, 2009
Standing before a judge and facing 60 days in jail, Baltimore County Councilman Stephen G. Samuel Moxley admitted publicly for the first time Wednesday that he is an alcoholic and needs help. Moxley was accused of being drunk shortly before midnight July 23 when he caused a four-car pileup in West Baltimore that injured 44-year-old Justine Matthews. A police officer described him as "stumbling," "swaying" and smelling of alcohol when he emerged from his badly damaged Toyota Highlander.
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By Nicole Fuller | May 2, 2008
A 20-year-old Annapolis man was convicted and sentenced yesterday to 18 months in prison for robbing a 19-year-old at gunpoint. Reco Ramon Johnson of the 700 block of Newtowne Drive entered an Alford plea to a single count of armed robbery in the Aug. 22, 2007 incident, conceding that prosecutors had enough evidence against him for a conviction. Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge William C. Mulford II sentenced Johnson to five years, with all but 18 months suspended, and three years of supervised probation.
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By Nicole Fuller and Nicole Fuller,Sun reporter | February 2, 2008
An Anne Arundel County man who was drunk and high on drugs when he caused a crash that killed three dialysis patients was sentenced yesterday to five years in prison, amid emotional pleas from the victims' families for a more substantial punishment. Judge Paul A. Hackner sentenced Fontaine Pridgett, 47, of Cape St. Claire to 15 years in prison with all but five years suspended and five years of supervised probation - a slightly harsher sentence than prosecutors had requested for the three counts of homicide by motor vehicle while intoxicated.
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,[Sun reporter] | November 3, 2007
PROVIDENCE, R.I. --Short and stout, with gray ringlets of hair framing a round, bespectacled face, Ana Maria Santi looks the part of a doting grandmother. Instead, the 68-year-old disgraced doctor from Queens, N.Y., has become the most unlikely face of a national steroid ring that reportedly involved Orioles outfielder Jay Gibbons, among others. Yesterday, in federal court here, Santi received a two-year jail sentence, plus one year of house confinement and two additional years of supervised probation for issuing thousands of prescriptions for human growth hormone and other illegal steroids to clients she never examined.
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By Athima Chansanchai and Athima Chansanchai,SUN STAFF | December 18, 2003
A 20-year-old woman who tried to sell her toddler son for $250 to get out of a Carroll County jail to await trial on a drug charge was sentenced yesterday to 18 months behind bars. Judith Ann Garland of Baltimore was being held on drug charges in the county detention center last year when she hand-wrote an agreement to sign over her parental rights to her 2-year-old boy in return for the money she needed to meet her bail. Yesterday, she said that her addictions to cocaine and heroin were the cause of her desperation for money.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Sun Staff Writer | September 12, 1995
An article in yesterday's editions incorrectly stated the plea made and sentence received by one of six men charged in a gambling conspiracy. Kevin Charles Keller of Baltimore did not plead guilty and was not ordered to perform community service. His case was placed on the court's stet, or inactive docket. Charges will be dropped if he has no similar charge filed against him within one year.The Sun regrets the error.Six men tied to a football betting operation in Baltimore City and Baltimore and Harford counties pleaded guilty to gambling conspiracy charges yesterday in Harford District Court.
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May 2, 2007
A former administrative assistant at the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development was ordered to serve six months in prison yesterday for her role in stealing more than $33,000 from the state agency, the attorney general's office announced. Denise Rosado, 40, of Glen Burnie pleaded guilty in Baltimore Circuit Court to felony theft for her role in creating fictitious invoices -- which led to 17 checks being issued for services that were never provided to the agency.
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By DAN RODRICKS | February 19, 2006
Dear guys with guns (and I don't mean Dick Cheney): Here's a follow-up to a recent Sunday column warning you about the feds and Baltimore Exile, their new effort to throw you in prison for a long time - and far away. Some of you called here the next day to say you were impressed by this federal crackdown, and that you wanted help getting out of guns and drugs and into real jobs. Good. Others - well, what can I say, guys? It's not like you were offering to throw your weapons in the Patapsco and surrender en masse.
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