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Baltimore man gets 18 months for stealing home security systems

A Baltimore man was sentenced to 18 months in state prison after a jury found him guilty of stealing a pair of home security systems from the Westminster Walmart. Brandon Odie Tuck, 34, was found guilty Thursday of theft of property with a value of less than $1,000 at a jury trial in Carroll County...

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  • James J. Abromitis, energy industry executive, dies

    James J. Abromitis, energy industry executive, dies

    James J. Abromitis, an executive who spent 30 years in the energy industry and once oversaw downtown Baltimore's underground steam and cooling system, died June 15 in a white-water rafting accident on the Roaring Fork River while vacationing near Aspen, Colo. The Stevenson resident was 58. Born in...

  • Theodore B. Reichhart, mortgage banker, dies

    Theodore B. Reichhart, mortgage banker, dies

    Theodore B. Reichhart, a mortgage banker and recreation council coach, died of brain cancer June 17 at his parents' farm in Sparks. He was 37. The son of Theodore E. "Chip" Reichhart, a mortgage banker, and Susan Hessler Reichhart, an interior designer, Theodore Brett Reichhart was born in Baltimore...

  • Charles E. Rappold, retired WMAR engineer and television pioneer, dies

    Charles E. Rappold, retired WMAR engineer and television pioneer, dies

    Charles Edward Rappold, a WMAR-TV engineer and local broadcasting pioneer, died of Alzheimer's disease June 19 at Brookdale Assisted Living in Towson. The Glen Arm resident was 92. Born in Baltimore and raised near Clifton Park, he was the son of Charles Christian Rappold, who owned a jitney service...

  • Susan S. 'Susie' Smithers, boutique manager, dies

    Susan S. 'Susie' Smithers, boutique manager, dies

    Susan S. "Susie" Smithers, a boutique manager and former Glyndon resident who was known for hosting stylish parties, died June 16 of multiple organ failure at Good Samaritan Hospital in West Palm Beach, Fla. She was 65. "Susie was very special to us and one of the most talented people I've ever...

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