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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | November 21, 2000
Three boys from Arnold were blown across the mouth of the Magothy River to Gibson Island in a small dinghy and capsized yesterday afternoon as a sudden storm whipped across the county. The boys - two of them 16 years old and one, 12 - capsized just off Gibson Island about 4 p.m., said Division Chief John M. Scholz, a county Fire Department spokesman. An island resident dried their clothes while paramedics checked the boys for hypothermia. But all appeared fine after the close call in their 8-foot boat, and their parents declined to have them transported to a hospital for checkups.
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By Terry Lee-Wilk | September 12, 2014
As a mom of three boys in a sports-loving household, I am no stranger to discussing the day in sports at the dinner table: the Top 10 plays of the week, the wise picks for fantasy football and predictions for upcoming games. Last month, I found myself unprepared for a discussion that came up about Mo'ne Davis, the 13-year-old Little League female baseball phenom. "Isn't it great that Mo'ne Davis is kicking butt at the Little League World Series?" I said with enthusiasm as I poured the milk.
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By Terry Lee-Wilk | September 12, 2014
As a mom of three boys in a sports-loving household, I am no stranger to discussing the day in sports at the dinner table: the Top 10 plays of the week, the wise picks for fantasy football and predictions for upcoming games. Last month, I found myself unprepared for a discussion that came up about Mo'ne Davis, the 13-year-old Little League female baseball phenom. "Isn't it great that Mo'ne Davis is kicking butt at the Little League World Series?" I said with enthusiasm as I poured the milk.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | October 26, 2013
Anne Arundel County police said officers arrested three teenage boys in connection with a Friday night burglary at a motorbike store. All three, who were identified as being from Baltimore, face juvenile burglary and malicious destruction charges. One, who is 14, was also cited for theft. Officers went to the Cycle World store in the 5800 block of Ritchie Highway South at 10:01 p.m. to investigate an alarm, police said. The officers saw two people going inside through a broken window and then try to run from the area, according to police.
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By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Western Maryland Bureau of The Sun | July 26, 1995
THURMONT -- A summer dinner outing at scenic Cunningham Falls State Park turned deadly for two friendly farm families Monday evening, despite prompt rescue efforts.Three boys -- brothers 15 and 12 years old and a 15-year-old friend -- drowned after the youngest fell into the park's 44-acre lake about 7:15 p.m. Park rangers said the two 15-year-olds died after jumping into Hunting Creek Lake to save the youngest boy, who had slipped from a rock into a section of the lake that is 15 to 20 feet deep.
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January 22, 1996
Police logHickory Ridge: 6500 block of Freetown Road: Two boys, ages 15 and 16, beat a 17-year-old boy inside a bathroom at Atholton High School and took cash Thursday afternoon. The victim was not seriously injured. The three boys know each other, police said. Police and school officials could not provide further details on the incident Friday.
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April 5, 2006
2 Years since the Annapolis softball team won a game before the Panthers edged St. Mary's, 2-1, last week behind sophomore Andrea Adams, who pitched a three-hitter and struck out nine. 3 Hits given up by Chesapeake freshman Laura Gibson in her first varsity softball start, a 10-0 rout of Urbana. 7 Players who scored for the No. 10 Severn boys lacrosse team in its 8-7 upset of No. 4 McDonogh on March 28. Nick Elsmo led the Admirals with two goals. $6,000 Amount in college scholarships donated by the Dick Hart Foundation to three boys and girls basketball players this year.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | August 8, 1998
Three boys have been arrested and charged with numerous counts of burglary for allegedly stealing power tools, bicycles, firearms and other items from dozens of residential sheds in the Rosedale area.Police, who did not release the boys' names because they are juveniles, said they were 12, 14 and 15.Police believe the boys broke into 120 sheds in the Rosedale area from July 17 to 30.Nothing was taken from some of the sheds, said county police spokesman Bill Toohey, and some of the stolen property has been recovered.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | March 27, 1996
A man accused of killing two Baltimore youths was charged yesterday with sexually abusing three other boys while he lived at the Flag House Courts public housing high-rise between July and January.Shawn E. Brown, who is being held without bail at the Baltimore City Detention Center on the murder counts, now faces 20 additional charges, including sex offenses, battery, kidnapping and using a deadly weapon.A police spokesman said Mr. Brown befriended the three boys -- 6, 13 and 14 years old -- and lured them into a residence near Flag House Courts or into his sister's apartment in the high-rise, where he sexually assaulted the children at knifepoint.
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February 21, 1996
A Stevensville man was kicked and beaten by three boys Sunday when he tried to help a clerk who had refused to sell one of the youths cigarettes, county police said.Robert J. Skinner, 32, of the 900 block of Kimberly Way was treated at Anne Arundel Medical Center for facial and head injuries and released.Police said a youth began causing a disturbance at the Wawa store, Bestgate Road at Admiral Drive, about 7:30 p.m. after a clerk refused to sell him cigarettes.Mr. Skinner tried to calm the youth, telling him the clerk was just doing her job, but the boy threatened to shoot Mr. Skinner, police said.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | July 5, 2013
In addition to bringing together the finest high school seniors in the country, the Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic gives players a unique chance to reflect on the past and look ahead to their promising futures. For the three players selected from Boys' Latin - Colin Heacock, Mac Pons and Ben Pridemore - Saturday's game is a special go-between from a memorable high school season that ended just short of their ultimate goal to the lofty expectations awaiting them in their college careers.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | June 14, 2013
One man and three teenage boys have been arrested by police in Sykesville after patrons dining outdoors at a restaurant had a homemade explosive device thrown in their direction from a moving vehicle Wednesday night, the Maryland State Fire Marshal announced Friday. The "soda bottle bomb," a device that explodes after pressure builds up from chemicals placed in an ordinary plastic soda bottle, was launched from the Ford Escape about 9:30 p.m., landing within feet of two diners eating on the outdoor patio of E.W. Beck's restaurant in the 7500 block of the town's Main Street, the fire marshal said.
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By Janene Holzberg | December 7, 2011
On the second floor of the Sudbrook Arts Centre in Pikesville, Tim Fox snapped his fingers to live piano music as he watched his three teenage ballet students move elegantly through their growing repertoire of ballet positions. "This is not brain surgery and nobody dies if you screw up a step," the instructor said gently, detecting a slight hesitation at the double and triple combinations he was calling out as the trio warmed up at the barre to Richard Strauss' "Russian Folk Dance.
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December 6, 2011
An article in the Dec. 7, 1961, edition of the Herald Argus and Baltimore Countian recognized the participation of several local teenagers in a new aquatic competition. Four 17-year old members of the Rollingwood Pool in Catonsville have entered the first synchronized swimming meet of the South Atlantic Association Amateur Athlete Union. The Aqualite Swim Club of the Y.W.C.A. will be host for the all-day invitational met, which will begin at 9 A.M. this Sunday, Dec. 10 at the Towson YMCA pool.
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By Brent Jones and Jill Rosen, The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2010
City police have arrested two boys they say were involved in a May attack on a puppy near a Southwest Baltimore golf course, a day after authorities detained another juvenile in a separate animal cruelty case. The boys, both 10 years old, were transported to the city's juvenile detention center. Police say a witness at the Carroll Park Municipal Golf Course watched the boys beat the puppy with belts and sticks May 16. The names of the boys, who were arrested Wednesday, were not released.
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By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2010
Baltimore police are searching for three young boys who were seen beating a young pit bull to death with a tree branch on the Carroll Park golf course Saturday, four days after a dog in another part of the city was wounded by a man wielding a machete. In the latest attack, a golf course maintenance worker, Rob Whiderman, said he was on a hill toward the back of the 12-hole course on Washington Boulevard in Southwest Baltimore when he saw the youths. "I was screaming at them to stop," he said in an interview.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | October 30, 1996
A 16-year-old Odenton youth was arrested and two others were charged in a warrant Monday with kidnapping a 14-year-old Odenton boy from his home, taking him into woods near Arundel Middle School, and beating him over a drug debt, county police said.James Robert Jordan, 16, of the 1000 block of Autumn Gold Road and Dante Livingston, also 16, of the 1300 block of Burlington Drive were charged as adults with kidnapping, kidnapping a child under 16, second-degree assault, and false imprisonment.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Peter.hermann@baltsun.com | July 22, 2009
Here are two consistent complaints about Baltimore and why it seems to be a city out of control: Punishment rarely fits the crime, and parents don't take responsibility for their children. So what do you do when three boys, ages 7, 8 and 11, steal a scooter, a wagon and bicycle parts from a neighbor's yard in North Baltimore's Medfield community? The angry victim called police, who promptly came, handcuffed the youngest boy, got him to roll on his friends and then handcuffed them as well.
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By GREGORY KANE | April 2, 2008
"Pray to Jehovah." Those may have been the last words Neil "Pills" Rather heard as he lay dying on a Walbrook Junction parking lot. They came from the mouth of a 10-year-old boy. Pills had been shot three times. The boy was walking with two schoolmates in late May of 2007 when they heard the gunfire. They turned and saw one man running. Pills ran after him and tried to return fire with his own gun. He tripped over a tire and then just lay on the parking lot. The boys and some other bystanders ran up to him. The boys asked Pills if he could hear them.
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