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By Patrick Gilbert and Patrick Gilbert,Staff Writer | December 6, 1992
State police are looking for an Anne Arundel County man in connection with an alleged attempt to run down a state trooper on a Glen Burnie street yesterday morning.The officer, Tfc. Kyong C. Yi of the Glen Burnie barracks, was not injured. He fired several shots at his assailant, apparently missing.An arrest warrant was issued yesterday for David Allan White, 25, on charges of attempted murder, assault with intent to murder, assault, theft over $300 and malicious destruction of property.Police listed two address for Mr. White, one in the 400 block of McBride Lane, Severna Park, the other in the 400 block of Silver Leaf Court in Glen Burnie.
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FEATURES
By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,Staff Writer | August 21, 1992
Today, Woody Allen may think he has found love and happiness with Soon-Yi Farrow Previn, but tomorrow's forecast for the young woman looks like rain, say practicing psychologists watching Mr. Allen's untraditional family unravel into chaos."
NEWS
July 7, 1992
Drug suspect found -- in prisonA man wanted since narcotics officers raided his shop last week and confiscated more than 1 million vials, bags and other alleged drug-packaging materials has been found in prison.The suspect, Joseph Yi, 33, is serving a sentence for counterfeiting at a federal penitentiary in Pennsylvania, said Sgt. John Sieracki, a city narcotics officer.Yi owns Sonja's Wholesale Co. in the first block of N. Eutaw St., which sells such items as wigs, umbrellas and perfumes.
FEATURES
By Kevin Cowherd | June 29, 1992
The last time I got a speeding ticket, I came sailing over a bridge and through a radar trap on the interstate before a state trooper motioned me to pull over."
FEATURES
By Jimmy Schmidt and Jimmy Schmidt,Knight-Ridder News Service | February 26, 1992
Take a walk on the wild side with homemade Chocolate & Chilie Cookies.They start, of course, with theobromas (food of the gods), better known as chocolate. Chocolate was the favored drink of the Aztecs, who believed it had aphrodisiac properties.To spice things up, I add a shot of ground chilie pepper.So there's no mistake: I'm talking about ground peppers, not chili powder, which contains other spices than peppers. I'm talking about the mature capsicum or pepper, harvested, dried and ground into a rich full-flavored compound.
NEWS
By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Staff writer | February 23, 1992
An auto mechanic has just fixed your brakes. You can't pay the bill because you've forgotten both checks and credit cards. Do you call a cab?The scenario took place last week at Won's Foreign Car Service in Dobbin Center. The mechanic told the customer to take the car home and pay later."I was shocked because that's just not the way most people do business these days," said Michael Saltzman, the customer who was picking up his car.Won's patrons say that's just business as usual for Won Tae Yi, whose shop has been recognized twice by Washington Consumer Checkbook for outstanding service.
SPORTS
By RAY FRAGER | February 21, 1992
On the ice, it apparently doesn't do a figure skater any good to be too cautious. Off the ice, it certainly doesn't do a figure skating commentator any good.Katarina Witt's debut as a skating expert for CBS during the Albertville Games has not been a great revelation. The network has a strong analyst team at the rink in Scott Hamilton and Tracy Wilson; Witt adds little.Yesterday, during a news conference, Witt spoke of her approach to commenting on the competition. And her answers to some of the questions spoke of the problems in that approach.
NEWS
September 1, 1991
A 35-year-old Columbia woman lost $30, her car keys and her pants early yesterday to a man who attacked her outside her place of employment in Southwest Baltimore, city police said.The victim, Jung Son Yi of the 5400 block of Luckpenny Place in Columbia, was struck on the head from behind after leaving her car in the 100 block of South Warwick Avenue. Her assailant demanded "Money! Money!" Ms. Yi, a seamstress who has a limited understanding of English, said she had no chance to respond before the attacker pulled down her pants.
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