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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | March 8, 2012
SARASOTA, Fla. -- Orioles minor league pitcher Ryan O'Shea, who is participating in the organization's minor league camp at Twin Lakes Park, was arrested Wednesday afternoon on suspicion of driving under the influence in Siesta Key, according to an Sarasota County Sherriff's Office arrest affidavit obtained by The Sun. O'Shea, a 25-year-old who pitched at Single-A Frederick last season, was pulled over at 4:23 Wednesday afternoon on Ocean Drive...
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2014
Ravens reserve wide receiver Deonte Thompson was arrested and charged with suspicion of possessing marijuana and drug paraphernalia Friday night, according to the Gainesville, Fla., police department. Police said an officer " noticed a strong odor of burned cannabis" coming from a Chevrolet SUV, which had been pulled over about 11:45 p.m. Friday night for driving without its headlights on. A search of the vehicle found bags totaling 29 grams of marijuana inside a duffel bag, but Thompson said only the bag was his. The driver, Alvon Summerall, and another passenger, Erskine J. McKinley , said the drugs were their own. Thompson played at Florida and was signed by the Ravens as an undrafted free agent in 2012.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | January 21, 2012
Maryland men's basketball assistant coach Dalonte Hill has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, the school said Friday. Hill is not expected to be on the bench for the Terps' game against Temple this morning or the home game with Duke on Wednesday night "pending further investigation," the school said. Maryland said it "is working with all involved to gather the facts of the incident. " Terps coach Mark Turgeon opened his regular media availability by announcing the arrest but did not take questions about Hill.
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Baltimore Sun Staff | January 2, 2014
Minnesota Vikings linebacker Erin Henderson was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of drunken driving after crashing his SUV, according to a report by the Minneapolis Star Tribune. It is the second time Henderson has been arrested for suspicion on driving while intoxicated in recent months. The first arrest occurred on Nov. 19 in Minnesota.  Henderson was booked Wednesday on four charges, including second-degree drunken driving for refusing an alcohol test, according to the paper.
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Baltimore Sun Staff | January 2, 2014
Minnesota Vikings linebacker Erin Henderson was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of drunken driving after crashing his SUV, according to a report by the Minneapolis Star Tribune. It is the second time Henderson has been arrested for suspicion on driving while intoxicated in recent months. The first arrest occurred on Nov. 19 in Minnesota.  Henderson was booked Wednesday on four charges, including second-degree drunken driving for refusing an alcohol test, according to the paper.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | September 16, 1994
"Under Suspicion" is one of the strangest new shows this fall.It make sense when you understand that it's an attempted knockoff of "Prime Suspect 3," the Emmy Award-winning miniseries from Britain that starred Helen Mirren as a female police detective supervising a squad room full of men.But CBS appears to have understood almost nothing about what made "Prime Suspect 3" so great, and, as a result, gets it all wrong in "Under Suspicion."The pilot for the series, which premieres at 9 tonight on WBAL (Channel 11)
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By Joe Rhodes and Joe Rhodes,Special to The Sun | January 20, 1995
Portland, Ore. -- Karen Sillas remembers the day last spring that she auditioned for the role of Detective Rose Phillips on "Under Suspicion," the critically acclaimed police drama, as a kind of 12-hour lurching frenzy, a spinning blur like nothing she'd ever been through before.Having flown into Los Angeles that morning, she found herself being hustled into limos and run through a glad-handing gantlet of producers and network executives, with their hugs and their handshakes and their Hollywood smiles.
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By G. Jefferson Price III and G. Jefferson Price III,PERSPECTIVE EDITOR | January 4, 2004
New Year's resolutions: So easy to make; so hard to keep. Barely into the New Year, I'm failing. But these were practically unkeepable resolutions. Resolved, had I, to stop being suspicious of all that the Bush administration does, invoking God all along the way to war and deficit spending and environmental enhancements whose consequences will endure for generations. No more suspicions expressed about the reasons Bush said America had for going to war against Iraq. No more talk about the ever-elusive weapons of mass destruction Saddam Hussein was stockpiling, including nukes that posed an imminent threat to the security of the United States and warranted a pre-emptive invasion of Iraq.
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By Dan Rodricks | April 6, 2001
WHEN I ASKED that Rhayne Evans spell her name - as you can see, a necessary and reasonable request - she flinched a little, laughed nervously and said, "I'm not going to end up on that list, am I?" She was referring to the state's Child Abuse Registry, which includes the names of about 100,000 people never criminally charged with abuse but the subject of complaints filed by suspicious neighbors, teachers, doctors and others. Because this list is secret - accessible only to state and county social workers - I had no way of knowing the answer to that question.
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By William Yardley and William Yardley,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | November 4, 2001
JERSEY CITY, N.J. - It is nearly a straight shot from the Jersey City waterfront overlooking the rubble of the twin towers up to Al Salam, the third-floor mosque here that for more than a decade has been tainted with suspicions of terrorism. First there was the 1990 murder of a militant rabbi, linked to an Al Salam regular. Then there was the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, spurred, prosecutors said, by the incendiary sermons of blind Egyptian cleric Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman and carried out by his followers.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | October 5, 2013
At a recent news conference, Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts pledged that his department would responsibly use the controversial tactic known until recently as "stop and frisk. " As an example to the public and his officers, he described making such a stop himself. But experts say Batts' example — he said at the time that he searched somebody based on a tip that the person was a hit man for the Black Guerrilla Family gang — may not meet the standards for such stops.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | August 7, 2013
A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday in a case involving a Salvadoran woman arrested in Frederick that state and local authorities cannot arrest or detain someone on the suspicion that they are in the country illegally. The case involves the 2008 arrest of Roxana Orellana Santos, who was sitting outside her workplace in Frederick eating a sandwich when two deputies approached and began questioning her. After checking her identification and consulting with dispatchers, the deputies determined that Santos had a civil immigration warrant requiring her immediate deportation, according to court records.
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February 19, 2013
Anger at actions by Baltimore's mayors has taken various forms over the years, but rarely has it manifested itself in a music video. But on Feb. 11, the day Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was to give her State of the City address and outline some of her ideas for coping with the dire fiscal forecast consultants predicted for the city over the next decade, the Baltimore City Paper posted on its website a full-length parody of the Police classic "Roxanne,"...
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | November 27, 2012
A 20-year-old Baltimore man serving an 18-month prison sentence on drug distribution and gun convictions at a correctional facility in Cumberland was severely beaten there Monday and is now close to death, according to his family and state corrections officials. Jerod Pridget of East Baltimore was found unresponsive and with "severe head trauma" in his cell at the Western Correctional Institution just before noon Monday and was rushed to Western Maryland Regional Medical Center, officials said.
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By Edward Lee | November 14, 2012
Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs isn't buying the Pittsburgh Steelers' announcement Wednesday morning that quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will not play in Sunday night's game against the Ravens. “Until the ball is snapped, I'm still preparing as if he's playing,” said the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year, who then referred to Roethlisberger leading the Steelers to a 13-10 win against the Ravens on Dec. 5, 2010 despite a sprained right ankle and a broken nose. “Like I said, I saw the guy play on a broken ankle when he came down here, and we even broke his nose, and the guy continued to play, and if you all recall, it didn't pan out too good for us at the end of that game.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2012
A 31-year-old Severna Park man who said he is following directions from God to visit sites of tragedies in the United States was recently detained and interviewed by authorities after ammunition was found in his car outside the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin, where a gunman killed six worshippers and himself in August, police reported. According to an Oak Creek, Wis., police report, Joel Sinclair Corbett walked into the temple about 8:41 a.m. on Oct. 28 wearing a backpack with wires hanging out of it. Police in a nearby parking lot spotted him and drove to the temple.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | January 27, 2012
Maryland men's basketball assistant coach Dalonte Hill will be back on the bench Saturday after a forced, two-game absence following his arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence. Hill has been involved in scouting this week as the Terps prepare for Virginia Tech, coach Mark Turgeon said today. Hill was not permitted to be with the Terps for their games against Temple last Saturday and Duke on Wednesday night. According to the police report, Hill was stopped at the intersection of southbound Route 295 and Route 32 around 1:55 a.,m.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | October 5, 2000
The release of the Carroll grand jury's interim report on mismanagement of the school system was the result of public clamoring. But the question that perhaps even more are clamoring to have answered - whether the jury's findings will be followed by criminal indictments - remains unknown. Former prosecutors and legal experts interviewed yesterday said it's possible that the public scolding and the list of recommendations contained in the 35-page report released Tuesday could be the worst outcome of the investigation, which has lasted 17 months.
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By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | August 3, 2012
A bill to change the way the Columbia Association is defined in state law is portrayed by the organization's lawyer as a necessary housekeeping measure, but the legislation seems to have an image problem.  The Columbia Association board had it on the agenda for discussion recently, but the occasion served mainly as a reminder of last fall, when the CA proposed, then withdrew, a request that the county's legislative delegation sponsor the law...
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2012
Rick Dutrow knows there's a difference coming into Preakness with a horse that has won the Kentucky Derby and one that didn't even make it to the starting gate at Churchill Downs. If anything, it might be a little easier for Dutrow coming to Pimlico for Saturday's race with Zetterholm than it was four years ago with Big Brown. "When you win the Derby, you have to ship to Baltimore and have to get ready to run in two weeks," Dutrow said by cell phone from New York earlier this week.
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