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March 23, 2006
On March 20, 2006, Dr. DENNIS HARDEN TRIBBLE, DDS; beloved husband of Janice Marie Tribble; devoted father of Dennis Michael Tribble and his wife Belinda and Debra Lynne Lawson and her husband Rodney Schofield, DDS; adored grandfather of Jaime D. Davis and her husband Roosevelt Jr., Kelly R. Tribble Spencer, ESQ, and her husband Sean S. Spencer, Michael Patrick Tribble and Shhrazad Abdelmeguid; great-grandfather of Kyle Tribble, Brandon Davis, Justin Davis,...
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By BILL FREE AND KENT BAKER and BILL FREE AND KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTERS | June 18, 2006
Lefty Driesell Coach -- After revelations that Driesell instructed his players two hours after Bias' death not to talk to police, and that the Maryland coach tried to have Bias' room cleaned up, Driesell was forced to resign on Oct. 29, 1986. Driesell, 74, is now retired from coaching and living in Virginia Beach, Va. He reached 786 victories during stops at James Madison and Georgia State after Maryland and Davidson. John Slaughter Maryland chancellor -- He forced Driesell to resign and formed a task force to study the academic performance and use of drugs by athletes at the university.
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NEWS
November 26, 1990
Brian Tribble, who three years ago was acquitted on charges of supplying the cocaine that killed Maryland basketball star Len Bias, has pleaded guilty to selling more than 110 pounds of cocaine over the past 18 months. Now he awaits sentencing and faces at least 10 years without parole.And yet, even though Tribble finally seems to be getting his comeuppance, his case raises a troubling question about the way we deal with drug offenders: Was the time and expense the government went to in prosecuting him in the original Bias case ultimately counterproductive?
NEWS
March 23, 2006
On March 20, 2006, Dr. DENNIS HARDEN TRIBBLE, DDS; beloved husband of Janice Marie Tribble; devoted father of Dennis Michael Tribble and his wife Belinda and Debra Lynne Lawson and her husband Rodney Schofield, DDS; adored grandfather of Jaime D. Davis and her husband Roosevelt Jr., Kelly R. Tribble Spencer, ESQ, and her husband Sean S. Spencer, Michael Patrick Tribble and Shhrazad Abdelmeguid; great-grandfather of Kyle Tribble, Brandon Davis, Justin Davis,...
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By Marcia Myers and Marcia Myers,Staff Writer | October 16, 1993
Brian Tribble, who was acquitted in 1987 on charges of supplying the cocaine that killed University of Maryland basketball star Len Bias, was sentenced to 10 years in prison yesterday in an unrelated drug case that caused the judge to question federal sentencing rules.Tribble, 31, could have received as many as 27 years in prison for selling more than 100 pounds of cocaine. But in the three years since he pleaded guilty in 1990 to one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine, he has provided investigators with information leading to the convictions of more than 20 people, said prosecutors, who recommended the lighter sentence.
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By Kelly Gilbert and Kelly Gilbert,Evening Sun Staff | October 19, 1990
Brian Lee Tribble, who gained notoriety in 1986 when he was implicated in the cocaine-induced death of University of Maryland basketball star Len Bias, has pleaded guilty to an unrelated federal charge of cocaine conspiracy.Tribble, 28, who was acquitted by a state court jury in 1987 of supplying Bias with the fatal dose of cocaine, entered his guilty plea in the new case yesterday to Judge Joseph C. Howard in U.S. District Court in Baltimore.In a plea bargain with Assistant U.S. Attorney E. Thomas Roberts, Tribble agreed to a no-parole prison term of 10 years and one month, plus a five-year term of supervised release afterward.
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By Erika Hobbs and Erika Hobbs,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 26, 2004
A19th-century home on the edge of a slave-era African-American community has become a touchstone in the struggle between community preservationists and government officials over a proposed roads project that could demolish it and several other historic homes. Tribble House, named after current owners Evinger and Brenda Tribble, has passed a significant governmental hurdle in the couple's yearlong attempt to preserve the Victorian-style home as a county landmark. The Tribble House is in the Belltown-Mount Pleasant district, a traditionally white community with pockets of African-American neighborhoods.
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By BILL FREE AND KENT BAKER and BILL FREE AND KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTERS | June 18, 2006
Lefty Driesell Coach -- After revelations that Driesell instructed his players two hours after Bias' death not to talk to police, and that the Maryland coach tried to have Bias' room cleaned up, Driesell was forced to resign on Oct. 29, 1986. Driesell, 74, is now retired from coaching and living in Virginia Beach, Va. He reached 786 victories during stops at James Madison and Georgia State after Maryland and Davidson. John Slaughter Maryland chancellor -- He forced Driesell to resign and formed a task force to study the academic performance and use of drugs by athletes at the university.
NEWS
January 24, 2004
On Friday, January 23, 2004, WILLIS D., JR., beloved husband of Diane C. Riley, father of Lisa D. Andercyk and her husband Rob and the late Joh Chew, Jr., brother of the late Robert Riley and Clara Tribble, grandfather of Kyle R. and Emilie D. Andercyk, uncle of Bradley Tribble and his wife Sue, great-uncle of Bradley, Jr. and Jennifer. Friends may call on Sunday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. at the Stallings Funeral Home, P.A., 3111 Mountain Rd., Pasadena. Interment private. Memorial contributions to the Pascal Senior Center, Inc., 125 Dorsey Rd., Glen Burnie, 21061.
NEWS
June 1, 2005
On May 30, 2005 ANNA DOROTHY BAYLIS beloved wife of the late Stanley C. Baylis; devoted mother of Donna Restrivera and her cherished friend Jim Bollino, Mary Ann Newhouse and her husband Steve; loving grandmother of Frances Tribble and her husband Tim, Lenny Restrivera, Randy Newhouse and Julie Newhouse; great-grandmother of Lorelle and Marissa Tribble; dear sister of Helen Fesniak. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral from the family owned Bruzdzinski Funeral Home, P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Ave., Essex at Route 702 (Beltway Exit 36)
NEWS
June 1, 2005
On May 30, 2005 ANNA DOROTHY BAYLIS beloved wife of the late Stanley C. Baylis; devoted mother of Donna Restrivera and her cherished friend Jim Bollino, Mary Ann Newhouse and her husband Steve; loving grandmother of Frances Tribble and her husband Tim, Lenny Restrivera, Randy Newhouse and Julie Newhouse; great-grandmother of Lorelle and Marissa Tribble; dear sister of Helen Fesniak. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral from the family owned Bruzdzinski Funeral Home, P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Ave., Essex at Route 702 (Beltway Exit 36)
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By Erika Hobbs and Erika Hobbs,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 26, 2004
A19th-century home on the edge of a slave-era African-American community has become a touchstone in the struggle between community preservationists and government officials over a proposed roads project that could demolish it and several other historic homes. Tribble House, named after current owners Evinger and Brenda Tribble, has passed a significant governmental hurdle in the couple's yearlong attempt to preserve the Victorian-style home as a county landmark. The Tribble House is in the Belltown-Mount Pleasant district, a traditionally white community with pockets of African-American neighborhoods.
NEWS
January 24, 2004
On Friday, January 23, 2004, WILLIS D., JR., beloved husband of Diane C. Riley, father of Lisa D. Andercyk and her husband Rob and the late Joh Chew, Jr., brother of the late Robert Riley and Clara Tribble, grandfather of Kyle R. and Emilie D. Andercyk, uncle of Bradley Tribble and his wife Sue, great-uncle of Bradley, Jr. and Jennifer. Friends may call on Sunday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. at the Stallings Funeral Home, P.A., 3111 Mountain Rd., Pasadena. Interment private. Memorial contributions to the Pascal Senior Center, Inc., 125 Dorsey Rd., Glen Burnie, 21061.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | November 20, 1998
After getting a first taste of the playoffs last year and then, tasting victory in the playoffs last week, Broadneck is still thirsty.Two more victories will quench that thirst as the No. 4-ranked Bruins travel to Friendly in Fort Washington, Prince Georges County, for a 7: 30 Class 3A State semifinal tonight.Both teams are 11-0 with high-octane offenses, Broadneck having outscored opponents 390-105 and Friendly outscoring its foes 330-83.Friendly, a 41-7 victor over Bel Air last week while Broadneck slipped past Westlake, is a veteran playoff team with three state titles, the last in 1983.
SPORTS
November 20, 1998
No. 4 Broadneck (11-0) at Friendly (11-0)When: 7: 30 tonightWhere: Fort Washington, Prince George's CountyOutlook: Broadneck's first playoff appearance ended at this site last year in a 34-20 loss to the Patriots in the 3A quarterfinals. The Bruins won their first playoff game last week, 22-21, over Westlake; Friendly beat Bel Air, 41-7. Friendly last appeared in a state final in 1983 but is a perennial playoff team. Ranked No. 3 in the Washington area, coach George Earley's Patriots boast several NCAA Division I prospects.
NEWS
By Marcia Myers and Marcia Myers,Staff Writer | October 16, 1993
Brian Tribble, who was acquitted in 1987 on charges of supplying the cocaine that killed University of Maryland basketball star Len Bias, was sentenced to 10 years in prison yesterday in an unrelated drug case that caused the judge to question federal sentencing rules.Tribble, 31, could have received as many as 27 years in prison for selling more than 100 pounds of cocaine. But in the three years since he pleaded guilty in 1990 to one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine, he has provided investigators with information leading to the convictions of more than 20 people, said prosecutors, who recommended the lighter sentence.
SPORTS
November 20, 1998
No. 4 Broadneck (11-0) at Friendly (11-0)When: 7: 30 tonightWhere: Fort Washington, Prince George's CountyOutlook: Broadneck's first playoff appearance ended at this site last year in a 34-20 loss to the Patriots in the 3A quarterfinals. The Bruins won their first playoff game last week, 22-21, over Westlake; Friendly beat Bel Air, 41-7. Friendly last appeared in a state final in 1983 but is a perennial playoff team. Ranked No. 3 in the Washington area, coach George Earley's Patriots boast several NCAA Division I prospects.
NEWS
October 22, 1990
Day of the twister:A tornado devastated scores of homes Thursday afternoon in the Reisterstown area, causing damage estimated in millions of dollars. Hospital officials said seven people were treated for chest pains or storm injuries.State officials said the twister caused property damage between $9.5 million and $10 million. As many as 170 homes and 500 people were affected. Baltimore County police said 59 people were displaced by the storm, and as many as 60 others were hurt, none seriously.
NEWS
November 26, 1990
Brian Tribble, who three years ago was acquitted on charges of supplying the cocaine that killed Maryland basketball star Len Bias, has pleaded guilty to selling more than 110 pounds of cocaine over the past 18 months. Now he awaits sentencing and faces at least 10 years without parole.And yet, even though Tribble finally seems to be getting his comeuppance, his case raises a troubling question about the way we deal with drug offenders: Was the time and expense the government went to in prosecuting him in the original Bias case ultimately counterproductive?
NEWS
October 22, 1990
Day of the twister:A tornado devastated scores of homes Thursday afternoon in the Reisterstown area, causing damage estimated in millions of dollars. Hospital officials said seven people were treated for chest pains or storm injuries.State officials said the twister caused property damage between $9.5 million and $10 million. As many as 170 homes and 500 people were affected. Baltimore County police said 59 people were displaced by the storm, and as many as 60 others were hurt, none seriously.
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