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By Lan Nguyen and Lan Nguyen,Staff writer | April 26, 1992
A Columbia man has been accused of beating and raping a 37-year-old woman three times on the same night in different locations around thecounty.Police arrested 28-year-old Paul S. Moals Wednesday at his home on the 5400 block of Old Tucker Row and charged him with rape,false imprisonment and assault in connection with the Tuesday incident. Moals also punched the woman in the eye and choked her as he raped her, according to charging documents.He is being held without bond at the county detention center.
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By Nayana Davis, The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 2014
A 98-year-old North Carolina woman was left alone inside a truck for nearly five hours while her son patronized Maryland Live casino in Hanover on Monday, Anne Arundel County Police said. Dwight Ridgeway McGinnis Jr., 67, of the 6100 block of Tipping Circle in Raleigh, North Carolina, faces a vulnerable adult neglect charge after police said he left his mother inside the vehicle in a parking garage between approximately 1:42 p.m. and 6:41 p.m. At the time of the report, which was made after a concerned citizen contacted police, the air temperature was 81 degrees.
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March 13, 1996
Two people - one of them an employee were arrested in separate incidents Saturday on charges of stealing from Dick's Sporting Goods in Glen Burnie.Keith Vernon Ryer, 20, of the 300 block of Reynolds St. in Baltimore, and employee Candace Lynn Davies, 29, of the 3800 block of Elmcroft Road, were charged with theft. Mr. Ryer was released on $1,000 bond Saturday. District Court had no record on Ms. Davies.In the first incident, Roland Cabey, an employee, saw a man enter the store in the 6700 block of Ritchie Highway just after noon, take a $300 golf club from a display, put it down his pants to hide it and walk out without paying, police said.
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2014
A New York woman faces animal cruelty charges after she allegedly left a 15-year-old Yorkshire Terrier in a car in an Annapolis parking lot for two hours Tuesday, police said. Monifa Ayadelle Pendelton, 44, ran into a Petco in the 2300 block of Forest Drive with her dog, Chloe, around 2:30 p.m., asking for help after realizing what she had done, police said. Police and Anne Arundel County Animal Control were called, and an animal hospital veterinarian later diagnosed the dog with extreme heat stroke and recommended it be put down, police said.
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March 8, 1995
An Ellicott City woman was arrested Saturday afternoon for trying to steal $195 worth of clothes from the Hecht Co. store in the Annapolis Mall, county police said yesterday.A store security officer told police that he saw a woman carry 20 items of clothing into a dressing room shortly after 1:30 p.m. When the woman left the room, she had only 13 items of clothing and a bag that appeared to be filled with garments, the security officer told police.The woman put the 13 items back on the rack and left the store.
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March 10, 1995
A South Baltimore woman was arrested Tuesday night and charged with attacking a security officer at a Jamesway store after taking some videotapes without paying for them, county police said.A security officer at the store in the 4200 block of Postal Court said he saw a woman enter the store shortly after 8 p.m. and take four videos from the shelf. The officer told police that the woman left the store without paying for the items, valued at a total of $77.The officer said he followed the woman and identified himself as a security officer.
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November 24, 1994
Woman charged with shopliftingA Baltimore woman was arrested Monday afternoon and charged with shoplifting from a store at Marley Station, police said.Kimberly Peppler, 22, the manager of Dejaiz, told police the security alarm went off when a woman left the store about 5:30 p.m. Ms. Peppler followed the woman through a hall leading outside the mall, police said.When Ms. Peppler confronted the suspect, the woman threw several shirts hidden under her jacket at her, pushed her in the chest and ran outside, where she was caught by mall security officers, police said.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | October 16, 1996
A Baltimore police officer charged with raping a woman in his home Saturday was ordered held on $150,000 bail yesterday and was suspended without pay.Officer David Shields, 28, a five-year veteran assigned to Western District, was charged with second-degree rape and second-degree assault in an alleged attack Saturday night.The woman told police she was on a first date with the officer and was lying with him on his basement bed when he allegedly fondled her, according to court charging documents filed yesterday.
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October 26, 1994
A Pasadena man was arrested outside the Loft bar Monday morning and charged with carrying a handgun, police said.The owner of the bar in the 7800 block of Harbor Road, Bayside Beach, called police about 1:30 a.m. and told them one of his customers might have a gun. Officers arrived and found the owner and the customer standing outside the bar, police said.The customer admitted having a gun and showed the officers his permit. Officers noted the permit's restrictions only allowed the customer to carry the gun between his home and his business at East Coast Entertainment Properties Inc., and only while doing normal business activities, police said.
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By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | February 9, 1993
A Carroll County jury yesterday acquitted a 29-year-old Mount Airy man who was accused of raping a 22-year-old woman last August.Defendant Joseph P. Spencer smiled -- then cheered loudly -- as the jury foreman said "not guilty" to two counts of first-degree rape and one count each of second-degree rape, first-degree sex offense, false imprisonment and battery."
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By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun | January 1, 2014
A Baltimore woman is accused of leaving her 4-year-old child in a car outside the Maryland Live! Casino for more than eight hours on New Year's Eve. Security workers were patrolling the parking garage at the casino in Hanover at about 6:30 p.m. Tuesday when they saw the unattended child crying in a parked vehicle, Anne Arundel County police Lt. T.J. Smith said. Officers called to the scene found that the vehicle had entered the parking garage at about 10 a.m., Smith said. A woman left the vehicle and entered the casino, he said.
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By Rochelle McConkie and Rochelle McConkie,Sun reporter | July 18, 2007
During a phone-a-thon in the 1980s, Mary Jane Carder promised to bequeath something to the Anne Arundel County SPCA in her will. With no further information about the woman, her name became nothing but a whisper passed down through succeeding board members. But Carder proved true to her word, leaving at her death three years ago a record $1 million donation to the local chapter of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to care for the animals she loved so much during her life.
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May 15, 2007
THE PROBLEM -- Delma Fisher of Armor Court in Middle River says that every time it rains hard, her front yard and basement flood. THE BACKSTORY -- Fisher, 89, in a hand-written letter to Watchdog, blames the problem on Baltimore County, saying repairs made to the street and sidewalk left no place for water to run off but onto her property. "To get to my house, I need to wear boots," wrote Fisher. "It runs into my yard, goes down along both sides of my house, down along both sides of my foundation and into my basement.
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By William Wan and William Wan,SUN STAFF WRITER | March 24, 2005
An 87-year-old woman being transported from a West Baltimore adult day-care center Monday was left overnight in a van - apparently overlooked by the driver. "It's absolutely outrageous," city Health Commissioner Dr. Peter L. Beilenson said last night. "When you're driving a van for the elderly or disabled, you count how many you take in and how many get off. It's not rocket science." According to Beilenson, the driver left Raven's Medical Adult Day Care Center at 5:30 p.m. with several elderly passengers - including the woman, who was believed to have fallen asleep in the back.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 3, 2004
Two former caregivers were charged Wednesday with neglect of a vulnerable adult and reckless endangerment after a developmentally disabled woman was left alone in a van at a Baltimore County shopping mall, the Maryland attorney general's office said yesterday. Latosha Nicole Brooks, 21, of the 3800 block of Bonview Ave. in Baltimore and Terri Sha-Nae Lee, 21, of the 3200 block of Lawnview Ave. in Baltimore, were arrested June 29 outside Nordstrom's at Towson Town Center on suspicion of shoplifting while the woman was alone in the van, the attorney general's office said.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 13, 2003
An East Baltimore man has been charged with arson and assault in the attack on a woman who was beaten, tied up and left for dead in a burning house. James Childs, 51, was charged late Saturday with first-degree arson, first-degree malicious burning, two counts of assault, false imprisonment, burglary and possession of a deadly weapon with intent to injure, said Agent Donny Moses, a police spokesman. His bail status was not known yesterday, Moses said. Childs is accused of attacking Romaine Vance, 32, at her East Baltimore home.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | November 8, 1997
A Pasadena woman was kidnapped from the parking lot of her office near Baltimore-Washington International Airport on Thursday, bound with duct tape and shot at least six times after she escaped from her assailant's car.The woman, whom police did not identify, remained in critical but stable condition yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center.The gunman was still at large.The woman did not know the man, police said yesterday. Spokeswoman Carol Frye said police did not release her name because they're uncertain whether she was sexually assaulted during the attack.
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By Meredith Schlow and Meredith Schlow,Staff Writer | July 22, 1992
A 36-year-old convicted sex offender known as the "Randallstown Rapist" pleaded guilty yesterday to raping a 71-year-old Randallstown woman 14 months after he was released from prison for good behavior.Ronald T. Jefferson, 36, of the 9900 block of Hoyt Circle was linked in court to a series of rapes and attempted sexual assaults in the Randallstown area last year.In exchange for Jefferson's guilty plea in Baltimore County Circuit Court, Assistant State's Attorney Robin Coffin agreed to drop two additional rape charges and one attempted rape charge.
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August 8, 2002
A 53-year-old Linthicum woman lost her left arm in an accident that snarled traffic on Interstate 97 for about three hours yesterday, officials said. Linda Lindsay of the 400 block of Sudbury Road was driving her 2000 Hyundai sedan south near Quarterfield Road about 7:30 a.m. when her car collided with and became trapped under a tractor-trailer owned by Nemf Trucking, officials said. Firefighters spent about an hour trying to free Lindsay, who was trapped behind the steering wheel and whose arm had to be amputated, said John Scholz, division chief of the Anne Arundel County Fire Department.
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By Jonathan D. Rockoff and Jonathan D. Rockoff,SUN STAFF | July 26, 2002
A few moments after opening the bidding, she sounds the auctioneer's signature call. "Sold," Ann von Forthuber says. Then she turns to the next knick-knack - an old picture frame, vintage lunchbox, souvenir postcard, it doesn't matter - for another round of rapid-fire bidding and another declaration, "Sold." This will be the 10th year of auctioneering for Ann von Forthuber, and she still gets excited by concluding a bid. "My favorite four-letter word," she says, ruminating on a second career that has found her hawking everything from slop bowls to presidential china, and recently earned her "Woman Business Owner of the Year" in Baltimore County.
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