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By Laura Vozzella and Laura Vozzella,SUN STAFF | September 20, 2004
Four young men from Pennsylvania on their way home from a bachelor party at Baltimore's Inner Harbor died early yesterday in a one-car accident near Parkton in northern Baltimore County. The men, two of whom were brothers, were northbound on Interstate 83 about 3:15 a.m., just south of Route 439, when their 2003 Audi left the highway and struck a tree. The driver's license had been suspended except for occupational use, according to Maryland State Police. The cause of the accident is under investigation.
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NEWS
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.
BUSINESS
By Eileen Ambrose and Eileen Ambrose,SUN STAFF | April 28, 2004
Maryland regulators announced yesterday that they suspended the license of CashPoint Network Services Inc., a New York-based payment service being forced into bankruptcy by creditors and facing suspensions by other states. CashPoint, which transmits consumers' payments to utilities and other companies, operates nine locations in check-cashing and convenience stores in Maryland, including sites in Frederick, Cumberland and several Washington suburbs. In an annual report submitted to Maryland regulators, the privately held company said it had transmitted $1.7 billion in payments through 18.5 million transactions nationwide in 2002.
NEWS
By Andrea Siegel and Dennis O'Brien and Andrea Siegel and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | July 19, 2002
The state's highest court temporarily suspended the law license of Towson lawyer Robert A. DiCicco yesterday, saying he was sloppy in the handling of his law practice funds. The Court of Appeals did not find that he had intentionally misappropriated clients' money from 1997 to 1999, but said he was negligent in handling accounts and did not keep separate client trust accounts as required. The indefinite suspension, however, could be brief. It allows DiCicco, a lawyer for nearly 38 years, to seek readmission after 90 days.
NEWS
By Jamie Stiehm and Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF | June 14, 2002
Baltimore liquor commissioners suspended the liquor license yesterday of a downtown nightclub linked to former heavyweight boxing champion Hasim S. Rahman, who has found himself in a series of troubles since winning his crown. The Emineo, the site of a homicide this week, must suspend its operations immediately and transfer its liquor license as a result of March 3 violations that include illegal use of adult entertainment, said Nathan C. Irby Jr., executive secretary of the city's three-member liquor board.
NEWS
By Allison Klein and Allison Klein,SUN STAFF | June 7, 2002
All American Towing -- the target of more consumer complaints than any other towing company in Baltimore -- had its license suspended this week for the rest of the year because it let its workers' compensation insurance lapse, a violation of city and state law. The penalty is the most severe sanction issued in the 10-year history of the Board of Licenses for Towing Services. The board suspended All American's towing privileges in 1999 for 15 days for the same offense. "They can reapply next year," said Michael Rice, acting chairman of the towing board and deputy director of the city Office of Transportation.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | January 18, 2002
The microphone pokes out from a cellophane tape dispenser, a make-do tabletop mike stand hidden behind a fake potted plant. A camera points at the round work table, now the anchor's desk. It was dragged from near the windows to be closer to a backdrop of three flags. The floor is a tangle of wires. One hour a month, this corner of Anne Arundel County Sheriff George F. Johnson IV's office is the makeshift studio of Anne Arundel County's Most Wanted, a short cable television show that asks viewers to rat out people wanted on suspicion of crimes ranging from murder to driving on a suspended license.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | July 27, 2000
A Baltimore lawyer who is a former assistant federal prosecutor and former deputy director of the Legal Aid Bureau had his law license suspended yesterday by the Court of Appeals. Michael G. Middleton, in private practice since 1988, received a suspension of at least three years. In a 16-page opinion, the state's top judges said he was incompetent in representing several criminal defendants and had been found in criminal contempt in November for lying to a Baltimore County judge to win a delay in a trial.
NEWS
By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | April 26, 2000
The suburbs have drive-in restaurants, drive-in movies, and -- for Anne Arundel County police yesterday -- drive-in arrests. Seven Pasadena residents -- their licenses taken away after convictions for driving drunk or under the influence of drugs -- nonetheless drove themselves to the local police station for appointments with probation agents. They were surprised when they were arrested for it. "I don't believe this," said one man who drove himself to the Eastern District station for weekly alcohol monitoring.
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