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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,Baltimore County Bureau of The Sun | October 2, 1991
On the night she was beaten to death, part-time security guard Kimberly R. Kenna had been instructed to make sure a groundskeeper didn't sleep on campus in his car, the headmaster of St. Timothy's School for girls told a Baltimore County Circuit Court jury yesterday.Now the former groundskeeper, Harvey Allen Teets Jr., 28, of Manchester, is on trial for murder, accused of using a wooden club to beat his co-worker to death.Ms. Kenna, 23, was killed between about 11 p.m. Feb. 22 and 7 a.m. the next day, when a teacher found her body floating in a pond and a trail of blood leading from the guard shack, prosecutor Steve Bailey said in his opening statement.
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff writer | April 3, 1992
A former physical therapist to professional sports stars was orderedyesterday to pay more than half a million dollars to a woman he sexually abused five years ago as a teen-age patient.Ray Scott Teets,once a physical therapist for the Orioles and Colts, and the firm that employed him, Physical Therapy and Sports Fitness Associates, wereordered to pay $46,000 for medical expenses and pain and suffering. Teets was ordered to pay $500,000 in punitive damages to Colleen P. O'Shea, ending a seven-day civil trial in county Circuit Court.
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November 1, 2005
On Sunday, October 30, 2005, SHEILA FREEMAN (nee Hoofnagle) survived by daughter Ashley Freeman, mother Betty Teets, stepfather William Teets, siblings, Robert Houck, Sherry Quinlan, Theresa Lloyd, William Hoofnagle, III. Proceeded in death by her father William Hoofnagle Jr., and her grandparents. Family will receive friends on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P. M at the Daugherty Family Funeral Home & Cremation Center, P.A., 2601 Mountain Road, Pasadena, where a funeral service will be celebrated on Tuesday at 8 P.M. Interment private.
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By Deborah I. Greene and Deborah I. Greene,Baltimore County of The Sun | March 13, 1991
A 28-year-old groundskeeper charged in the slaying of a female guard at St. Timothy's School in Stevenson has a history of violent sexual abuse of his wife and daughter that led to the recent breakup of his marriage, according to court records.A police report filed in Baltimore County District Court also says traces of blood found on work boots belonging to Harvey Allen Teets Jr. of Manchester matched the blood of Kimberly R. Kenna, whose bludgeoned body was found in a pond on the school grounds Feb. 23.A Maryland State Police forensic chemist matched a rare characteristic in Miss Kenna's blood with the blood spots on the boots of the groundskeeper, the police report said.
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By Lynda Robinson | March 12, 1991
A 28-year-old groundskeeper was charged yesterday with first-degree murder in last month's bludgeoning of a young woman he had worked with at St. Timothy's School in Stevenson.Baltimore County police said Harvey Allen Teets Jr. of the 3000 block of Walnut Street, Manchester, was arrested for the murder of Kimberly R. Kenna, 23, who lived at the exclusive girls' boarding school while she worked there as a part-time security guard.Mr. Teets, who was arrested at the school without incident at about 2 p.m., was denied bail and taken to a lockup at the Cockeysville precinct, police said.
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By Greg Schneider and Greg Schneider,SUN STAFF | October 30, 1999
Lockheed Martin Corp. President and Chief Operating Officer Peter B. Teets resigned yesterday as his embattled company admitted that its financial future is even darker than had been expected.The Bethesda-based aerospace giant warned investors that it is likely to make less than half as much profit next year as it had predicted in June during its last painful financial confession. Teets took responsibility."The difficult times we have seen are not indicative of the company's real potential, and I feel I must step up to being accountable for our disappointing financial outlook for 2000," the 57-year-old former Martin Marietta executive said.
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By Meredith Schlow and Meredith Schlow,Evening Sun Staff | October 16, 1991
A cellmate whose testimony helped convict Harvey Allen Teets Jr. of murdering a school security guard has been given a suspended one-year sentence and three years of probation under a plea agreement with prosecutors.David Michael Lotridge, 24, of Baltimore, admitted breaking into his grandmother's house while in a drunken stupor in an attempt to find a place to spend the night.Lotridge was found not guilty in Baltimore County District Court in Essex of two counts of malicious destruction of property and burglary.
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By Meredith Schlow and Meredith Schlow,Evening Sun Staff | October 3, 1991
A former cellmate of the man charged with murdering Kimberly R. Kenna, a St. Timothy's School security guard, testified that anger over a domestic dispute may have been the catalyst for the killing.David Lotridge, 23, told a Baltimore County Circuit Court jury yesterday that Harvey Allen Teets Jr. confessed to killing the part-time security guard because "he had a lot of anger toward females" as a result of an estrangement from his wife.Judge Alfred L. Brennan Sr. and jurors listened as Lotridge told of sharing a cell with Teets at the Baltimore County Detention Center following Teets' arrest in March in the Feb. 23 slaying of Kenna, 23, who lived at St. Timothy's.
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March 13, 1991
A Baltimore man convicted in the 1961 murder of a Carroll County grocer now faces charges in a weekend slaying here.A woman apparently was mistaken for someone else and was shot to death while picking up her 2-year-old daughter at a friend's house, city police said.Detective Marvin Snydor said Tambra Dove, 22, of Baltimore, answered a knock at the door and was shot several times in the head and the chest by a man carrying a rifle. He said the assailant then droppedthe rifle and ran to a house two doors away.
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By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Staff Writer | August 28, 1992
Paul Teets pulls on a helmet, buckles himself into car No. 52 and eases on the gas, pulling up to the starting line.As the light flashes green, the 29-year-old maintenance technician from Towson squeals away, rounding the first in a series of curves as though he's Mario Andretti at the Indy 500.He's at the wheel of a sleek, blue Formula I race car -- an Indy-style car with a lightweight tubular steel frame and a fiberglass body.Is Mr. Teets playing out a secret life a la Walter Mitty or is he really cruising around a Grand Prix track in a Formula I race car?
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