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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff writer | January 24, 1992
The family of a Crownsville man killed last September on U.S. 50 at the Severn River bridge has filed a $24 million suit accusing an autoleasing company of negligence for allowing an employee, charged in the accident, to drive a company vehicle while his license was suspended.Motor vehicle records show the employee, identified as EverettEugene Peyton Jr., also had his license suspended eight times after receiving several speeding tickets in the previous nine years, according to the suit.In the suit, filed last week in county Circuit Court, the survivors of Max Alberto Briceno Carvajal say Lustine Nissan Inc., trading as Lustine Lease-A-Car of Lanham, knew or should have known that Peyton had a history of speeding and having his license suspended when they allowed him to drive a company vehicle.
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HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2013
The state suspended the medical licenses of three doctors at abortion clinics accused by state regulators of putting women's health at risk — including one case in which a woman died. The suspensions include Dr. Mansour G. Panah, the medical director of Associates in OB/GYN Care, who has been disciplined by the state three times before, including incidents in the 1980s and 1990s when he had unwanted sexual contact with patients. The Maryland Board of Physicians also suspended the licenses of Dr. Iris E. Dominy and Dr. Michael A. Basco, citing violations of the state's new abortion regulations at Associates in OB/GYN Care, which runs four facilities in the state.
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NEWS
March 21, 1998
A 56-year-old Stevensville man died of an apparent heart attack yesterday after he was arrested by a state trooper for driving with a suspended license near his home in Queen Anne's County, police said.David A. Lambert of the 700 block of Mason Road was pulled over shortly before 11 a.m. for driving with an expired Tennessee registration and a suspended driver's license, state police said.Trooper Michael A. Lesniowski was driving Lambert to a court commissioner when Lambert, who weighed more than 350 pounds, complained of chest pains.
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2013
State health officials have suspended surgical abortion procedures at three clinics, including one in Baltimore where a patient suffered cardiac arrest and later died at a hospital. The physician who performed the abortion at Associates in OB/GYN Care LLC on North Calvert Street wasn't certified in CPR and a defibrillator at the facility did not work, state officials said in a letter Friday to the General Assembly. Although the cardiac arrest was caused by underlying health conditions and not the abortion, investigators found that it raised questions whether doctors at the clinic can handle an abortion that goes wrong.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | February 26, 1997
A special prosecutor from Howard County has been assigned to handle the traffic court trial of Luke K. Burns Jr., a Carroll County Circuit Court judge accused of driving while his license was suspended.A visiting judge -- one who does not know Burns and who sits on the bench outside of District 10, which encompasses Howard and Carroll counties -- will be assigned to preside at the March 12 trial, to be heard in the District Court of Carroll County.Christine B. Gage, supervising assistant state's attorney in Howard County, said yesterday that a petition filed by the Carroll state's attorney requesting a special prosecutor had been granted.
HEALTH
By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2012
Dr. Mark R. Geier, a Rockville doctor accused of improperly treating children with autism, has been ordered by the state Board of Physicians to stop practicing medicine while his license is suspended. The doctor's license was suspended in April after the board concluded his hormone and chelation therapy endangered the children in his care. But the board in a new "cease and desist" order this week accused the doctor of refilling prescriptions for at least three patients in violation of the suspension.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | February 16, 2012
Former Ravens Pro Bowler Jermaine Lewis was arrested Thursday in Baltimore County for driving on a suspended license, an arrest that comes two months before he is due in court for a reckless driving charge from last year. Police said Lewis, who returned a kickoff for a touchdown in the team's 2001 Super Bowl victory, was seen driving a Dodge Charger with his 4-year-old son unrestrained in the front seat just before 10 a.m. near Hanover Pike and Mt. Gilead Road in Reisterstown. The officer conducted a traffic stop and saw that Lewis' license had been revoked, and placed him under arrest, police said.
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By Liz F. Kay and Andrea F. Siegel and Liz F. Kay and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | July 22, 2004
The driver of a pickup truck that slammed into a police cruiser and killed a decorated officer east of the Bay Bridge on Tuesday was driving with a suspended license and has a history of traffic and misdemeanor drug violations, court records show. The license of Albert Gene Antonelli, 32, of the 100 block of Greenwood Creek Road in Queenstown in Queen Anne's County, was suspended several times for different reasons since 2001, including Antonelli's failure to appear in District Court in Annapolis in December.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 23, 2004
An Annapolis District Court judge raised the bail to $500,000 yesterday for a Queenstown man accused of slamming his pickup truck into a police cruiser and killing a Maryland Transportation Authority Police officer in July. After hearing that Albert Gene Antonelli, 32, repeatedly drove despite having a suspended license and had failed to show up in court eight times for traffic citations before the crash, Judge Robert C. Wilcox increased the bail from the $375,000 set by a commissioner after his arrest Friday.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | August 6, 1996
A Washington man was arrested on drug charges, and officers seized almost $900 Saturday after a routine traffic stop on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, county police said.Jimmy Lee Keels, 28, was charged with possession of crack cocaine and driving with a suspended license. He also was served with a warrant for driving with a suspended license in Montgomery County.Police stopped a man on the northbound side of the parkway about 10 a.m. after an officer saw that the windshield of the 1989 Chevrolet Blazer was broken.
HEALTH
By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun | July 14, 2012
When a jury ordered Johns Hopkins Hospital to pay $55 million to a Baltimore family whose newborn was brain-damaged, the case hinged on what doctors and nurses did in the two hours before birth. But the jury never heard about the nurse midwife trying to deliver the baby at home during the half-day before the mother arrived by ambulance at the emergency room because of what court documents called "fetal distress. " Evelyn Muhlhan's license was suspended by the Maryland Board of Nursing for her alleged actions during that delivery and four other home deliveries over three years.
HEALTH
By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun | February 24, 2012
Dr. Mark R. Geier, a Rockville doctor accused of improperly treating children with autism, has been ordered by the state Board of Physicians to stop practicing medicine while his license is suspended. The doctor's license was suspended in April after the board concluded his hormone and chelation therapy endangered the children in his care. But the board in a new "cease and desist" order this week accused the doctor of refilling prescriptions for at least three patients in violation of the suspension.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | February 16, 2012
Former Ravens Pro Bowler Jermaine Lewis was arrested Thursday in Baltimore County for driving on a suspended license, an arrest that comes two months before he is due in court for a reckless driving charge from last year. Police said Lewis, who returned a kickoff for a touchdown in the team's 2001 Super Bowl victory, was seen driving a Dodge Charger with his 4-year-old son unrestrained in the front seat just before 10 a.m. near Hanover Pike and Mt. Gilead Road in Reisterstown. The officer conducted a traffic stop and saw that Lewis' license had been revoked, and placed him under arrest, police said.
BUSINESS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | October 28, 2011
Maryland financial regulators said Friday that they have suspended the debt-collection licenses of two affiliated companies and ordered them to stop attempting to collect on consumer debts. The state Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation said it has "found grounds to allege" that LVNV Funding and Resurgent Capital Services violated several debt-collection laws. The companies have collectively filed more than 27,000 cases in Maryland courts over the past six years to seek judgments on old debts, including defaulted credit-card accounts.
SPORTS
By Candus Thomson and Candy.thomson@baltsun.com | February 3, 2010
In a continued crackdown on poachers, the Department of Natural Resources suspended the licenses of two watermen Tuesday who officials say have been caught numerous times stealing oysters from the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. Zachary W. Seaman, 26 of Woolford, and Edward B. Lowery, 45 of Tilghman, are banned from harvesting oysters for the rest of the season. It's the second time in less than a month DNR has used its authority that allows suspension of a license if the public health, safety or welfare requires emergency action.
NEWS
January 23, 2010
The city liquor board handed down a five-day liquor license suspension Thursday night to a strip club on The Block after a dancer in the bar was found guilty of fondling the genitalia of a male patron. Mouse Trap II in the 400 block of E. Baltimore St. was also fined $2,250. A liquor board inspector testified at the hearing that he saw a dancer with her hand inside the unzipped pants of a man July 12. The club was also fined for selling alcohol to an underage patron that same night. - Brent Jones
NEWS
September 3, 1993
17 to 20 car windows shot out by prowlerSeventeen to 20 car windows were shot out Monday night and Tuesday morning by someone prowling a Glen Burnie neighborhood with a BB gun, county police said yesterday.Cars parked on roads in Harundale and Americana Circle were damaged. Police said they know of no suspects.All the incidents occurred between 11 p.m. Monday and 5:30 a.m. Tuesday. Police said nothing was taken from the cars.The streets that were hit include Americana Circle, Woodside Avenue, Saunders Way and Norfolk Road.
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | February 18, 1993
A man serving time in the Carroll County Detention Center for driving on a suspended license was sentenced Tuesday to two years in state prison on similar charges.Brian Lamotte Magruder, 23, was found guilty after he agreed to a police statement of facts during a hearing before Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. in county Circuit Court.Mr. Magruder has now been convicted of three drivers license violations in the past year. He also faces charges of driving with a suspended license in Baltimore County, his defense attorney, Stephen J. Bourexis, said yesterday.
NEWS
By Madison Park and Madison Park,Sun reporter | April 9, 2008
A 35-year-old Elkton woman identified by authorities as a "person of interest" in a hit-and-run that killed a veteran Maryland Transportation Authority Police officer in December was sentenced yesterday to a year in jail on an unrelated traffic charge. Kerri King was convicted of driving on a suspended license in November in Harford County. King, who was identified as the owner of the sport utility vehicle involved in a fatal incident on New Year's Eve, has been held at the Baltimore City Detention Center since January, authorities said.
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By Liz F. Kay and Liz F. Kay,Sun reporter | September 5, 2007
The state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has suspended the license of an assisted-living facility in Baltimore's Hillen community, according to an order issued yesterday by department Secretary John M. Colmers. Four residents of Ann's Loving Care in the 1500 block of Northgate Road were transferred to other licensed facilities, with help from city police, Adult Protective Services and the state Department of Aging, said Wendy Kronmiller, director for the Office of Health Care Quality.
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