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January 9, 1991
The police looked for suspects yesterday in Monday's slaying of William Richardson, 35, of the 2800 block of West Mulberry Street.The victim was found lying beside his 1984 Ford in the 2600 block of Carver Road, Cherry Hill, about 9:30 p.m. with a single gunshot wound to the head, the police said.He was pronounced dead at the scene.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | October 24, 2012
The death of a convicted murderer from Columbia who was found bloodied in his prison cell last month was ruled a homicide by strangulation in an autopsy report, Maryland State Police said Wednesday. Charles David Richardson IV, 28, who was sentenced to spend the rest of his life behind bars for murdering two people in Columbia in 2007, was found under a blanket in his cell bed with trauma to his head on the morning of Sept. 27, police said. Guards at the North Branch Correctional Institution in Cresaptown had rushed into his cell about 5 a.m. after observing his cellmate "in possession of clothing that appeared to be bloodstained" outside the cell on an upper-level tier, police said at the time.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2012
A 28-year-old Columbia man sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison for murdering two people in Howard County in 2007 was found dead and bloodied in his Allegany County prison cell early Thursday morning, according to Maryland State Police. Charles David Richardson IV, who was known as "Face" when he was arrested in May 2007 in the murders of an acquaintance and a 7-Eleven clerk, was found about 5 a.m. under a blanket in his cell bed with trauma to his head, police said. Guards at the North Branch Correctional Institution in Cresaptown rushed into his cell after observing his cellmate "in possession of clothing that appeared to be bloodstained" outside the cell on an upper-level tier, police said.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2012
A 28-year-old Columbia man sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison for murdering two people in Howard County in 2007 was found dead and bloodied in his Allegany County prison cell early Thursday morning, according to Maryland State Police. Charles David Richardson IV, who was known as "Face" when he was arrested in May 2007 in the murders of an acquaintance and a 7-Eleven clerk, was found about 5 a.m. under a blanket in his cell bed with trauma to his head, police said. Guards at the North Branch Correctional Institution in Cresaptown rushed into his cell after observing his cellmate "in possession of clothing that appeared to be bloodstained" outside the cell on an upper-level tier, police said.
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October 16, 2008
Western Md. drowning is ruled a homicide Maryland State Police say an autopsy has determined that a man's drowning in a Western Maryland river in August was a homicide. Spokesman Greg Shipley says investigators have been told that Derek Bittinger, 36, of Friendsville was pushed into the Youghiogheny River on Aug. 6 after spending the previous night with at least six others at a remote campsite. Shipley says witnesses also have told investigators that Bittinger came out of the water but then went back in on his own. No arrests have been made, and police are continuing their investigation.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | October 24, 2012
The death of a convicted murderer from Columbia who was found bloodied in his prison cell last month was ruled a homicide by strangulation in an autopsy report, Maryland State Police said Wednesday. Charles David Richardson IV, 28, who was sentenced to spend the rest of his life behind bars for murdering two people in Columbia in 2007, was found under a blanket in his cell bed with trauma to his head on the morning of Sept. 27, police said. Guards at the North Branch Correctional Institution in Cresaptown had rushed into his cell about 5 a.m. after observing his cellmate "in possession of clothing that appeared to be bloodstained" outside the cell on an upper-level tier, police said at the time.
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By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,Evening Sun Staff | August 16, 1991
William Richardson knows the way to a student's heart is through his stomach.So, the new president of Johns Hopkins University has made a practice of preparing grilled butterflied leg of lamb for students in his Guilford back yard so he can listen to their concerns as they feast on the specialty of the house.The grass-roots approach is a Richardson trademark, one that has won him popularity and praise during his first year as head of a campus with 14,033 students.Although he is quiet and unassuming, Richardson is a highly visible figure around the Hopkins campus.
NEWS
March 11, 1991
William Howard Richardson, a retired railroad worker, died of cancer Saturday at the Joseph Richey Hospice in Baltimore.No funeral was planned for Mr. Richardson, who was 76.He was born in Cambridge and attended Cambridge High School.Mr. Richardson worked for the Philips Can Company in the mid-1930s and was involved in union organizing that led to a strike there in 1937.After working in the Civilian Conservation Corps, Mr. Richardson moved to Baltimore in 1941 and went to work for what was then the Pennsylvania Railroad.
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By Nora Frenkiel | September 23, 1990
On the second day of July and his first day on the job, the new Johns Hopkins University president, Dr. William C. Richardson, had lunch with faculty members at Levering Hall, met with students in his office and walked through the administration building from the top floor to the bottom, shaking as many hands as he could find.More than a few were startled by the new president's accessibility. In style, Dr. Richardson could not be more different than Steven Muller, the man who in his 18 years as Hopkins president was known for being a bit aloof and very tanned, and very rarely entered in faculty offices or student halls.
NEWS
December 8, 2004
On December 4, 2004, JANET RICHARDSON (nee Smith); beloved wife of the late William Richardson; devoted mother of William L. Richardson and Janet R. Norton; grandmother of Heather N. Jeff and Julie A. Norton. A Memorial Service will be held at the Haebler Memorial Chapel, Goucher College on Thursday, December 9, 2004 at 11 AM and a reception will follow. Memorial contributions in lieu of flowers may be made to the American Heart Association.
NEWS
October 16, 2008
Western Md. drowning is ruled a homicide Maryland State Police say an autopsy has determined that a man's drowning in a Western Maryland river in August was a homicide. Spokesman Greg Shipley says investigators have been told that Derek Bittinger, 36, of Friendsville was pushed into the Youghiogheny River on Aug. 6 after spending the previous night with at least six others at a remote campsite. Shipley says witnesses also have told investigators that Bittinger came out of the water but then went back in on his own. No arrests have been made, and police are continuing their investigation.
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By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,Evening Sun Staff | August 16, 1991
William Richardson knows the way to a student's heart is through his stomach.So, the new president of Johns Hopkins University has made a practice of preparing grilled butterflied leg of lamb for students in his Guilford back yard so he can listen to their concerns as they feast on the specialty of the house.The grass-roots approach is a Richardson trademark, one that has won him popularity and praise during his first year as head of a campus with 14,033 students.Although he is quiet and unassuming, Richardson is a highly visible figure around the Hopkins campus.
NEWS
March 11, 1991
William Howard Richardson, a retired railroad worker, died of cancer Saturday at the Joseph Richey Hospice in Baltimore.No funeral was planned for Mr. Richardson, who was 76.He was born in Cambridge and attended Cambridge High School.Mr. Richardson worked for the Philips Can Company in the mid-1930s and was involved in union organizing that led to a strike there in 1937.After working in the Civilian Conservation Corps, Mr. Richardson moved to Baltimore in 1941 and went to work for what was then the Pennsylvania Railroad.
NEWS
January 9, 1991
The police looked for suspects yesterday in Monday's slaying of William Richardson, 35, of the 2800 block of West Mulberry Street.The victim was found lying beside his 1984 Ford in the 2600 block of Carver Road, Cherry Hill, about 9:30 p.m. with a single gunshot wound to the head, the police said.He was pronounced dead at the scene.
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By Nora Frenkiel | September 23, 1990
On the second day of July and his first day on the job, the new Johns Hopkins University president, Dr. William C. Richardson, had lunch with faculty members at Levering Hall, met with students in his office and walked through the administration building from the top floor to the bottom, shaking as many hands as he could find.More than a few were startled by the new president's accessibility. In style, Dr. Richardson could not be more different than Steven Muller, the man who in his 18 years as Hopkins president was known for being a bit aloof and very tanned, and very rarely entered in faculty offices or student halls.
NEWS
June 26, 2006
On Wednesday June 21, 2006 DAVID WILLIAM RICHARDSON, of Towson, MD; beloved husband of Bridget Woodbury-Richardson; father of Michael, Jacqueline and Paul; step-father of Malcolm; brother of Elizabeth Richardson and Alice Hwang; son of Faye Richardson Howell. Interment at Parklawn Cemetery, Rockville, MD at 10 A.M. Tuesday, June 27. Memorial service at 4 P.M., Sunday, July 2, at Idlewylde Methodist Church, 1000 Regester Ave., Towson, MD.
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May 18, 2005
On May 15, 2005, REVEREND WILLIAM A. RICHARDSON, S.S.J., beloved son of the late Mildred D. (nee Kelly) and William A. Richardson, dear brother of Dolores Cotton, Virginia Snyder, Albert, Patrick, Lawrence, Bruce Richardson and the late Doris Mc Nerney. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Friends may call at St. Joseph's Manor, 911 W. Lake Ave., on Wednesday from 3 to 7:30 P.M., where a Mass of Christ the High Priest will be held on Wednesday at 7:30 P.M., and a Funeral Mass on Thursday at 11 A.M. Interment Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery.
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