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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | April 10, 2012
Second baseman Robert Andino said he believes his war of words with New York Yankees catcher Russell Martin at the end of Monday's game was a misunderstanding - nothing more. “Just heat of the moment, boys being boys,” Andino said. “We had a few words, but nothing big.” Martin apparently accused Andino of tipping pitch location in the ninth inning, while Andino was at second base and Yankees closer Mariano Rivera was on the mound. “I guess so, but it was just a misunderstanding, I guess.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | August 1, 2014
A man who, with his fiance, stole $130,000 from a Dundalk bank where she had previously worked as a teller, was sentenced in federal court Friday, authorities said. U.S. District Judge Richard D. Bennett sentenced Darrius Roszario D. Washington, age 20, of Baltimore, to more than 10 years in prison followed by five years of supervised release. His accomplice, Janaya B. Person-Robinson, 20, pleaded guilty will be sentenced on October 22. She had worked at the branch, was familiar with the bank's operating procedures and knew the employees, authorities say. The couple waited in the M&T Bank branch bank's parking lot on October 1, as employees were arriving to work when Washington stopped a bank employee walking from her car, authorities said.
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August 2, 2009
On July 24, 2009 REGIINA M. KELLER "JEAN" (nee Kraus), beloved wife of Frank J. Teller, cherished mother of Teresa J. Teller and the late Cynthia T. Teller. Services and Interment at the convenience of the family. Arrangments by MARZULLO FUNERAL CHAPEL, P.A., 6009 Harford Road, Baltimore, MD 21214
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December 2, 2013
Baltimore County police say a man got away with an undisclosed amount of money during a bank robbery that occurred Nov. 21 in Parkville.  At 10 a.m. Nov. 21, the man entered the bank in the 8800 block of Waltham Woods Road and passed the teller a note demanding money, according to police.  Police reports say the suspected implied that he had a weapon, and he fled the scene after the teller complied.  Police said the man is described as...
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January 9, 2006
On January 5, 2006, LOUIS J. TELLER, JR., beloved husband of Sylvia Teller(nee Kwiatkowski); devoted father of Bonnie Baker and her husband John, Louis Teller, III and his late wife Sandra and the late Sandra Kropp; loving grandfather of Jennifer Baker; dear brother of Eleanor Cook, Ronald Teller and the late Dorothy Reese and Francis Frey; dear brother in-law of Charlotte Burton. The family will receive friends at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road, (beltway exit 26A)
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November 14, 2003
RUTH TELLER GOODWIN, 88, longtime resident of Catonsville, passed away peacefully November 6, 2003 at Copper Ridge in Sykesville, MD. The widow of Wm. M. Goodwin, Jr., Ruth is survived by their four children: daughter Fran and her husband Donn of Stone Ridge, NY, son Terry & his wife Ann of Miami, FL, daughter Meg and her husband Joel of Hawk Point, Missouri, and son James and his wife Reiko of New York City; six grand children, three great-grandchildren with...
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By Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | May 16, 1995
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- A teller helped police quickly track down a bank robbery suspect yesterday after she recognized the man as an old high school classmate.Charles Alfonso, 24, was charged with robbing a First Union Bank branch after a teller told police she remembered him from Stranahan High several years earlier.Police say a man walked into the bank, handed a teller a note and made a motion implying he had a gun, police said. The robber was given a stack of money with an exploding dye pack hidden inside.
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By Craig Eisendrath and By Craig Eisendrath,Special to the Sun | November 4, 2001
Memoirs: A Twentieth-Century Journey in Science and Politics, by Edward Teller with Judith Shoolery. Perseus Publishing. 628 pages. $35. Intermittently inaccurate and even vicious, the Memoirs of Edward Teller nevertheless helps fill in the record from someone who was present at the creation of many of the major features of the nuclear age. Born in Hungary in 1908, the son of a secular Jewish lawyer, Teller witnessed the post-World War I seizure of...
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February 1, 1991
Services for Alice E. Wayson, a former bank employee and singer, will be held at 11:30 a.m. today at the Singleton Funeral Home at 1 Second Ave. S.W., in Glen Burnie.Mrs. Wayson, who was 69, died Jan. 24 of cancer at a hospital in Punta Gorda, Fla., where she had lived for eight years.A native of Baltimore who was reared in Ferndale and graduated from Glen Burnie High School, the former Alice E. Ruark sang as a young woman on radio programs with Garry Moore. She also sang with the Woody Herman band during a Baltimore engagement.
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July 21, 1995
A man robbed a Glen Burnie bank of an undisclosed amount of money Wednesday afternoon, county police said.The man walked into the Arundel Federal Savings Bank in the 600 block of Crain Highway about 2:20 p.m., went to a writing station, scribbled a note and handed it to a teller, police said.The teller gave the man money, which he stuffed in a black fanny pack he carried on his shoulder. The bandit then ran from the bank. He is described as black, 19 to 22, and 5 feet 9 inches tall and about 140 pounds.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | October 15, 2013
The head teller at a Perry Hall bank and the reputed leader of a drug trafficking organization pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to a money laundering conspiracy, court records show. According to a copy of their plea agreements, Deanna Bailey was a member of a drug ring that moved at least 500 pounds of marijuana from the "southwestern United States to Maryland for the purpose of distributing it for profit once it arrived. " The government alleges Bailey was head of the organization - she says she was only a member, records show.
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August 16, 2013
Back in the day, when Jack Germond was a member of TV's "The McLaughlin Group," I fondly referred to him as Big Daddy. There is no doubt that Mr. Germond could detect the smell of mendacity in the air. Indeed, this legend in his own time beat to the tune of his own drummer and was driven by a passion to write the unadulterated truth. In the final analysis, it mattered not what Mr. Germond looked like. What mattered, is what he said, and the late Baltimore Sun political columnist told as it was. JoAnn Lee Frank, Clearwater, Fla.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | February 5, 2013
The Fallston branch of BB&T Bank was held up by a potentially armed robber Monday morning, Maryland State Police said. The robbery is the second since November at the same bank, which is less than a mile from the State Police Bel Air Barrack. Troopers from the Bel Air Barrack responded at 9:30 a.m. to the in the bank in the 1900 block of Belair Road for a report of an armed robbery, according to a media release from State Police. According to State Police, the robber displayed a note to the teller requesting money from the teller drawers.
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By Peter Hermann | June 21, 2012
A 50-year-old man who threatened to shoot patrons and tellers while robbing two Baltimore banks within a block of each other near Johns Hopkins Hospital was sentenced Thursday to 12 years in prison. George Jordan, of Baltimore, admitted in U.S. District Court in Baltimore to the holdups -- in February and March 2009 that targeted bank branches on East Monument Street. The suspect, George Jordan of Baltimore, pleaded guilty to the crimes in U.S. District Court in Baltimore.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | April 10, 2012
Second baseman Robert Andino said he believes his war of words with New York Yankees catcher Russell Martin at the end of Monday's game was a misunderstanding - nothing more. “Just heat of the moment, boys being boys,” Andino said. “We had a few words, but nothing big.” Martin apparently accused Andino of tipping pitch location in the ninth inning, while Andino was at second base and Yankees closer Mariano Rivera was on the mound. “I guess so, but it was just a misunderstanding, I guess.
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July 8, 2011
A 29-year-old Westminster an was arrested on Thursday, July 7, and charged with robbing a bank on Main Street in Westminster earlier in the day. The Westminster Police Department reported that on Thursday, July 7, at about 12:30 p.m., officers were dispatched to the PNC Bank, at 132 W. Main St., for a reported robbery. Police said that witness told them a black male — dressed in all black clothing and wearing a plastic bag on his head — had entered the bank and presented a teller with a note demanding money.
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November 13, 2003
Ruth Teller Goodwin, a civil rights activist and former treasurer of the state board of the League of Women Voters, died of Alzheimer's disease Nov. 6 at Copper Ridge in Sykesville. She was 88, and a resident of Catonsville for four decades. Born and raised Ruth Teller in Littleton, Colo., she earned her bachelor's degree in 1936 from the University of Denver and briefly taught school in Montana. In 1941, she moved to Baltimore and went to work for the Social Security Administration. In 1941, she married William M. Goodwin Jr., a Procter & Gamble Co. industrial engineer who died in 1998.
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By Holly Selby and Holly Selby,Staff Writer | February 24, 1993
A Baltimore woman who was fired by the State Employees Credit Union has won a racial discrimination complaint against the organization.Patricia A. Mack, who lost her position as assistant head teller at the credit union's Baltimore branch in July 1989, is entitled to reinstatement and back pay, in an amount to be determined by April.References to the case also will be expunged from Ms. Mack's personnel records.The credit union can appeal the decision handed down last week by the State Office of Administrative Hearings.
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By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | March 3, 2011
Baltimore County police quickly arrested a man who authorities say held up a bank Thursday morning in Pikesville by threatening to use a bomb that turned out to be a fake. Police said the man walked into a Bank of America branch in the 2800 block of Smith Ave. shortly after 9 a.m. and demanded money from a teller, saying that he had a bomb. The teller handed over an undisclosed amount of cash and the man left. While he was in the parking lot, police said, dye packs with the money exploded.
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By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2010
Bank tellers throughout the region had been warned about the female bandit disguised with thick makeup, long black wigs and, at times, a head covering. Instead of weapons, she used threatening notes. Authorities said the woman had robbed six banks before she walked into the Madison Bank on Harford Road in Hamilton late Saturday morning. Police said the teller read the note, handed over some money, and then, as the suspect tried to flee, hit the panic button. That locked the inner and outer doors of the bank's vestibule.
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