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Scott Shellenberger

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  • Giving lip service to debate

    Giving lip service to debate
    There has been great controversy regarding the forcible removal of a Howard County parent from a Maryland State Department of Education town hall meeting a week ago after he insisted on orally asking a politically inconvenient question about the Common...
  • Grandfather charged in child's death in hot car

    Grandfather charged in child's death in hot car
    A 55-year-old Baltimore man has been indicted by a grand jury on charges of involuntary manslaughter after his 16-month-old granddaughter was found dead in a hot truck in mid-July, police said. The charges filed in Baltimore against Anthony Jerome Towles...
  • Panel would scrap bail money system

    Panel would scrap bail money system
    Low-risk criminal defendants would no longer have to raise money for bail before trial under a sweeping overhaul of Maryland's centuries-old pretrial release system being considered by a panel set up by the General Assembly. In recommendations...
  • Police seek man in killing of woman in Northeast Baltimore

    Police seek man in killing of woman in Northeast Baltimore
    Baltimore police are seeking a man in connection with a triple shooting in Northeast Baltimore last month that left a woman dead — though the suspect already had another open warrant for his arrest on murder charges. Darryl Anderson, 25, has...
  • Assault charge against Baltimore sergeant reduced after son changes story

    Assault charge against Baltimore sergeant reduced after son changes story
    A first-degree assault charge filed against a Baltimore Police sergeant alleged to have pointed a gun at her son's head has been reduced to carrying a weapon while under the influence of alcohol after the son changed his story, according to prosecutors....
  • Arbutus the place to enjoy July Fourth parade

    Arbutus the place to enjoy July Fourth parade
    For baseball pitchers as well as real estate agents, the key is location, location, location. That mantra also held true for the hundreds who lined the parade route through the heart of Arbutus to enjoy the town's annual Fourth of July celebration...
  • Conviction overturned in 2006 Randallstown slaying

    The state's highest court has overturned the second-degree murder conviction of Thomas B. Harris, convicted of fatally stabbing Karim Cross in a Randallstown bar in 2006, and ordered a new trial. The Court of Appeals agreed with a decision by the lower...
  • Unified voice rallies against crime for Towson's National Night Out

    Unified voice rallies against crime for Towson's National Night Out
    For two hours Tuesday night, members of the Towson Area Citizens on Patrol made their presence felt in every corner of the neighborhood. They wore out their car horns, waved until their arms were sore and, in one case, used the siren on their personal...
  • Courts back away from plan to scale back online records

    Courts back away from plan to scale back online records
    The state court system is backing away from a plan to strip plaintiffs' and defendants' full dates of birth from online court records. The move was intended to be part of a larger proposal to decrease the risk of identity theft as more court records...
  • Blame rock-throwers for tragedy

    Blame rock-throwers for tragedy
    Yes, Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott Shellenberger, a crime was committed, but it wasn't by James Laboard ("Officer found not guilty," June 21). Mr. Laboard was in his home watching his TV when a gang of kids threw a rock at his front door....
  • City jail security chief failed lie-detector test, Maynard says

    City jail security chief failed lie-detector test, Maynard says
    The head of security at the Baltimore jail failed a polygraph test administered after a federal indictment alleged widespread corruption on her watch, corrections secretary Gary D. Maynard told lawmakers at a hearing in Annapolis. Shavella Miles is...
  • What was all the fuss about?

    So what was all this about a voter referendum or two? Opponents of a pair of controversial measures backed by Gov. Martin O'Malley and approved this year by the Maryland General Assembly — a repeal of the death penalty and landmark gun control...