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February 17, 2008
On February 12, 2008, THOMAS SANDERS CLARK, JR.; beloved husband of Clare Collins Clark and the late Jean F. Clark; devoted father of Thomas Sanders Clark, III and Elizabeth E. Anderson; dear grandfather of Thomas Patrick Clark and Heather Dunn and Adam and Ashley Dodd; loving brother of George Clark of Louisville, KY. A Memorial Service will be held Monday, February 18, at 11 a.m. at Oak Crest Village Chapel, 8800 Walther Boulevard., Baltimore, MD, 21234. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Scholars Fund, Director of Philanthropy, c/o of Donna Fisher Lewis, Oak Crest Village, 8820 Walther Boulevard, 21234 or The Lions Club at Oak Crest Village.
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February 17, 2008
On February 12, 2008, THOMAS SANDERS CLARK, JR.; beloved husband of Clare Collins Clark and the late Jean F. Clark; devoted father of Thomas Sanders Clark, III and Elizabeth E. Anderson; dear grandfather of Thomas Patrick Clark and Heather Dunn and Adam and Ashley Dodd; loving brother of George Clark of Louisville, KY. A Memorial Service will be held Monday, February 18, at 11 a.m. at Oak Crest Village Chapel, 8800 Walther Boulevard., Baltimore, MD, 21234. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Scholars Fund, Director of Philanthropy, c/o of Donna Fisher Lewis, Oak Crest Village, 8820 Walther Boulevard, 21234 or The Lions Club at Oak Crest Village.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Staff writer | January 12, 1992
A Bel Air attorney and his client are being investigated for a break-in at the home of the client's estranged wife.The woman alleges that the family kitten was put in a microwave oven and killed at the time of the break-in.A complaint filed Dec. 14 by Nancy Anderson Sanders with the state Attorney Grievance Commission accuses Bel Air lawyer Stanley E. Protokowicz Jr. and her estranged husband, Thomas Sanders, of breaking into her home Oct. 13. She and the children were away at the time, shesaid.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Staff Writer | March 7, 1992
The Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission has asked the state Court of Appeals to suspend a Bel Air lawyer following his January conviction for killing a tabby kitten in a microwave oven.Stanley E. Protokowicz Jr., a partner in the Bel Air law firm of Miller, Fry, Protokowicz and Birch, pleaded guilty Jan. 17 to one count each of breaking and entering and cruelty to animals.Protokowicz was given a 15-month suspended jail sentence and 18 months' probation. He also was ordered to perform 40 hours of community service, undergo treatment for alcoholism and pay a $1,500 fine.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Staff Writer | March 7, 1992
The Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission has asked the state Court of Appeals to suspend a Bel Air lawyer following his January conviction for killing a tabby kitten in a microwave oven.Stanley E. Protokowicz Jr., a partner in the Bel Air law firm of Miller, Fry, Protokowicz and Birch, pleaded guilty Jan. 17 to one count each of breaking and entering and cruelty to animals.Protokowicz was given a 15-month suspended jail sentence and 18 months' probation. He also was ordered to perform 40 hours of community service, undergo treatment for alcoholism and pay a $1,500 fine.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Evening Sun Staff | January 17, 1992
An Evening Sun story Friday on a Bel Air attorney charged and convicted of killing a family kitten by putting it in a microwave oven had the incorrect first name for the attorney. He is Stanley E. Protokowicz.The Evening Sun regrets the errors.A Bel Air attorney was scheduled to appear in Harford Circuit Court today on charges that he helped a client break into the home of the client's estranged wife and, while the client was in another room, killed the family kitten by zapping it in a microwave oven.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Harford County Bureau | February 8, 1992
BEL AIR -- A Bel Air man pleaded guilty yesterday to breaking into his estranged wife's home twice -- once with his lawyer, who killed the family's 7-month-old kitten in a microwave oven.Harford Circuit Judge William O. Carr sentenced Thomas Sanders, 37, to two years in jail on two counts of breaking and entering. Judge Carr suspended the jail sentence, but also gave Sanders 18 months' probation, ordered him to perform 40 hours of community service and levied a $500 fine plus $167 in court costs.
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By Vito Stellino | September 30, 1991
Site: RFK Stadium. Time: 9TV: Channels 13, 7. Radio: WCAO (600 AM), WMAL (630 AM)Line: Redskins by 6 1/2Last week: The Eagles beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 23-14, and the Redskins beat the Cincinnati Bengals, 34-27.The series: The Redskins have a 64-42-5 record in this series that dates back to 1934 when the Redskins were in Boston. The Eagles have lost 8 of the past 11 in the series although they've been tough on Redskins quarterbacks, knocking out Jay Schroeder in 1987 and Jeff Rutledge and Stan Humphries last year when RB Brian Mitchell had to finish the game at quarterback.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Frank D. Roylance and Carol L. Bowers and Frank D. Roylance,Evening Sun Staff | January 17, 1992
A Bel Air attorney pleaded guilty today to helping a friend break into the home of the friend's estranged wife, where he killed the family kitten by zapping it in the microwave oven.With tears streaming down his face, Attorney Stephen E. Protokowicz Jr. told the court the cat's death was an accident. He apologized profusely and said both men had been drinking heavily before the break-in."If it is in your power," he told the judge, "I'd rather be sent to jail than to have the kids, my partners, or my family have to go through anything else."
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 19, 1990
HERNDON, Va. -- Joe Morris, a former New York Giants running back who arrived at Redskin Park for a workout yesterday, said, "I think I have a lot of good football left in me."Redskins general manager Charley Casserly said Morris had a good workout but that the Redskins don't plan to sign a running back at the moment.Morris said it was "different" to be at Redskin Park, "in the den of the enemy, so to speak." But he said he'd be happy to play for Washington.It's routine for the Redskins to work out players each Tuesday.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Harford County Bureau | February 8, 1992
BEL AIR -- A Bel Air man pleaded guilty yesterday to breaking into his estranged wife's home twice -- once with his lawyer, who killed the family's 7-month-old kitten in a microwave oven.Harford Circuit Judge William O. Carr sentenced Thomas Sanders, 37, to two years in jail on two counts of breaking and entering. Judge Carr suspended the jail sentence, but also gave Sanders 18 months' probation, ordered him to perform 40 hours of community service and levied a $500 fine plus $167 in court costs.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Evening Sun Staff | January 17, 1992
An Evening Sun story Friday on a Bel Air attorney charged and convicted of killing a family kitten by putting it in a microwave oven had the incorrect first name for the attorney. He is Stanley E. Protokowicz.The Evening Sun regrets the errors.A Bel Air attorney was scheduled to appear in Harford Circuit Court today on charges that he helped a client break into the home of the client's estranged wife and, while the client was in another room, killed the family kitten by zapping it in a microwave oven.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Frank D. Roylance and Carol L. Bowers and Frank D. Roylance,Evening Sun Staff | January 17, 1992
A Bel Air attorney pleaded guilty today to helping a friend break into the home of the friend's estranged wife, where he killed the family kitten by zapping it in the microwave oven.With tears streaming down his face, Attorney Stephen E. Protokowicz Jr. told the court the cat's death was an accident. He apologized profusely and said both men had been drinking heavily before the break-in."If it is in your power," he told the judge, "I'd rather be sent to jail than to have the kids, my partners, or my family have to go through anything else."
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Staff writer | January 12, 1992
A Bel Air attorney and his client are being investigated for a break-in at the home of the client's estranged wife.The woman alleges that the family kitten was put in a microwave oven and killed at the time of the break-in.A complaint filed Dec. 14 by Nancy Anderson Sanders with the state Attorney Grievance Commission accuses Bel Air lawyer Stanley E. Protokowicz Jr. and her estranged husband, Thomas Sanders, of breaking into her home Oct. 13. She and the children were away at the time, shesaid.
SPORTS
By Vito Stellino | September 30, 1991
Site: RFK Stadium. Time: 9TV: Channels 13, 7. Radio: WCAO (600 AM), WMAL (630 AM)Line: Redskins by 6 1/2Last week: The Eagles beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 23-14, and the Redskins beat the Cincinnati Bengals, 34-27.The series: The Redskins have a 64-42-5 record in this series that dates back to 1934 when the Redskins were in Boston. The Eagles have lost 8 of the past 11 in the series although they've been tough on Redskins quarterbacks, knocking out Jay Schroeder in 1987 and Jeff Rutledge and Stan Humphries last year when RB Brian Mitchell had to finish the game at quarterback.
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October 26, 1990
BaseballBaltimore Orioles -- Announced 1B/OF Ron Kittle had filed for free agency.California Angels -- Declined arbitration with DH Brian Downing, making him a free agent. Announced IF Donnie Hill had filed for free agency.Cincinnati Reds -- Announced P Tom Browning and P Rick Mahler have filed for free agency.LDetroit Tigers -- Offered salary arbitration to P Jack Morris.Houston Astros -- Announced P Juan Agosto had filed for free agency.Kansas City Royals -- Announced they will not offer a 1991 contract to 2B Frank White.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2010
The issue of Baltimore City police officers carrying guns at bars — renewed after this weekend's fatal shooting outside a Mount Vernon club — has been raised many times. Police point to several instances in which armed off-duty officers in bars have legitimately used their weapons to defend themselves or others. Other times when off-duty officers have used their weapons are questionable. In November 2009, a city officer shot a man who stabbed him during a fight outside a strip club, Christina's Female Revue, in Dundalk.
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