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By Arthur Hirsch and Peter Hermann and Arthur Hirsch and Peter Hermann,Staff Writers | September 17, 1993
UPPER MARLBORO -- A day after his son was arrested and charged with murder, a dazed Fred Moore stood in a corridor of the Prince George's County Court House. He could make no sense of the charges that his son was in a field with two other teen-agers Tuesday evening when two hunters were gunned down for their shotguns."I cried more than I ever cried. Why, why?" said Mr. Moore, a retired Air Force technical sergeant who works for the District of Columbia government."I told my kids, 'If you see something happen, run the other way.' I say, 'You don't need to take anything; that's why I work.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | December 22, 2003
UPPER MARLBORO - A 66-year-old Prince George's County man died Saturday after he lost control of his van and it overturned, state police said yesterday. Charles Allan Mink was driving his 1992 Chevrolet van west on Route 4, east of U.S. 301, at 3:40 p.m. when he lost control, possibly as a result of a medical condition, police said. Mink, a Riverdale resident, was pronounced dead at Prince George's Hospital Center in Cheverly.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | July 8, 1998
A woman who escaped from the Detroit Correctional Center 23 years ago while serving one to five years for armed robbery was arrested at her Prince George's County home yesterday, the Baltimore FBI office reported.Special Agent David R. Knowlton said Sandra Jean Gaines, 50, was traced to her home in Adelphi after her fingerprints were submitted for a record check after she applied for a job at a Virginia juvenile facility.Gaines, whose married name is Dastrow, was taken to the Prince George's sheriff's office in Upper Marlboro and was being held pending an extradition hearing.
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By John Fritze and The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2014
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama will travel to Prince George's County on Monday to deliver remarks on the economy, a White House official said Friday. The trip marks the fifth time the president has visited the state this year to deliver remarks -- and most of those visits have occurred in Prince George's County. During his last visit on Feb. 18 Obama spoke at a Safeway distribution center in Upper Marlboro about new standards for medium- and heavy-duty trucks. The White House provided no additional details about the visit.
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April 29, 2004
On April 27, 2004, of Annapolis, MD. Beloved husband of Ann Rice. Also survived by two daughters and four grandchildren. Relatives and friends may call on Thursday, April 29 from 5 to 8PM at the family residence. Mass of Christian burial will be offered on Friday at 10:30 AM at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Annapolis. Interment Trinity Episcopal Church Cemetery, Upper Marlboro, MD. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Swans Island Volunteer Fire Department & Ambulance, Swans Island, Maine 04685.
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August 18, 2005
On August 15, 2005, BABY TASHEAR R. ALSTON; loving daughter of Crystal Harrod and Jeffrey Alston, Sr. She is also survived by her sister Treasure Alston and Jeffrey Alston Jr; loving grandparents and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, INC., 4300 Wabash Ave on Friday, after 9, where the family will receive friends on Saturday, at 11:30, followed by Funeral Services at 12. Interment in King Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations to trust fund, P.O. Box 305, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772.
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By Michael James | May 13, 1991
Two bicyclists were severely injured in Prince George's County yesterday when they were run down in separate incidents four miles and about four minutes apart by the same car, state police reported.Police said a witness to the first incident pursued the car and was photographing it with a video camera when the second person was struck. The tape was on its way last night to the Forestville barracks.Police said the hit-and-run driver -- who was captured about three miles from the site of the second incident -- later told them she had intentionally tried to run down the bicyclists.
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May 7, 2008
BONNIE E. SHEDD FOX, 57, died April 30, 2008. She was born in Vicksburg, Mississippi and moved to Baltimore, Maryland in 1973. She is survived by her husband Frederick Fox, three children Emilie Monroe, Frederick Fox, Jr. and Tiffany Randolph, three brothers, two sisters, eight grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends. A Celebration of life service will be held on Thursday, May 8, Viewing 10 to 11 A.M. and funeral service 11 to 12 P.M. at Antioch Baptist Church, 13205 Old Marlboro Pike, Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20772.
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By Joanne E. Morvay and By Joanne E. Morvay,Special to the Sun | June 17, 2001
When Elena Russo was featured in Baltimore Magazine's 1997 singles issue, the editors wondered in print on the cover whether bachelors would fall for her. Anyone who saw the cover knew the answer. Elena is beautiful. She's a professional model as well as a free-lance stage manager who works for ESPN Sports and other television networks. (She recently finished a stint as a regional producer for the now-defunct Xtreme Football League.) On the magazine cover, she wore a sexy black dress and high-heeled black pumps.
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By Jacques kelly and Jacques kelly,sun reporter | March 3, 2007
Robert J. Antonetti Sr., an elections administrator in Howard and Prince George's counties, died of a heart attack Feb. 24 at Southern Maryland Hospital Center in Clinton. The Upper Marlboro resident was 70. Born in New Haven, Conn., he earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Notre Dame. He earned a master's degree in music education from the VanderCook College of Music in Chicago. He joined the Holy Cross Brothers, a Roman Catholic religious order, and taught history and music instruction in its schools from 1954 to 1970, including Forestville's Bishop McNamara High School.
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