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Schizophrenia (INACTIVE)

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  • Man charged with killing another patient at psychiatric hospital

    For the second time in just over a year, a patient at the maximum-security Clifton T. Perkins state psychiatric hospital has been charged with killing another patient, state police said Friday night. David Rico-Noyola, a 22-year-old patient at the Howard...
  • Patient killing at state psychiatric hospital is second since 2010

    For the second time in just over a year, officials at the state's maximum-security mental hospital will review procedures after a patient was charged with killing his roommate. The killing of David Rico-Noyola, 22, at the Clifton T. Perkins Hospital...
  • Safety concerns raised after back-to-back patient killings at Perkins

    After two patients were killed in the span of a week by fellow patients at the state's maximum-security mental hospital, mental health advocates say safety must be improved — but one warned against a clampdown. "It sounds counterintuitive, but...
  • Glen Burnie's homeless share what they have for holiday

    Glen Burnie's homeless share what they have for holiday
    He has frequent lapses of memory, the result of a brain aneurysm he suffered as a teen in 1972. He struggled for years to keep jobs at BWI, at a discount store and in an industrial park. And finally, after his mother died in a Baltimore County nursing...
  • Healing Perkins

    Investigators delving into the circumstances surrounding the deaths of two patients at the Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center in Jessup last month are likely to find there are no quick fixes for the state's troubled maximum-security mental hospital. Staff...
  • Howard County's mentally ill face chronic housing crisis

    Howard County's mentally ill face chronic housing crisis
    For years there were constant voices in Raymond Stuart Reed's head that led him to believe he was the target of a sinister plot, pushing him to abuse alcohol and crack cocaine. "I really needed something to calm almost a beast inside of me," said Reed,...
  • Baltimore County's mentally ill face chronic housing crisis

    Baltimore County's mentally ill face chronic housing crisis
    For years, constant voices in his head led him to believe he was the target of a sinister plot, and pushed him to abuse alcohol and crack cocaine. "I really needed something to calm almost a beast inside of me," said Raymond Stuart Reed, 45, a Relay...
  • Man shot by city police after allegedly refusing to drop knife

    A 38-year-old Southwest Baltimore man was in critical condition Sunday night after he was shot by an officer when he refused to drop a knife, city police said. Anthony Guglielmi, the police department's chief spokesman, said officers were called about 10...
  • Police shoot man with a knife; other crime news over busy weekend

    Police shoot man with a knife; other crime news over busy weekend
    A Baltimore police officer shot and wounded a 38-year-old man inside a Southwest Baltimore rowhouse Sunday night, marking the end of a busy weekend across the region. Here is a look at crime you might have missed: The Sun's Justin Fenton reports on the...
  • Family of victim in S.W. Baltimore police shooting speaks out

    When it happens — and relatives say it's rare for Franklin Williams to have a schizophrenic episode — he first starts to drink an inordinate amount of water. He takes baths and smokes cigarettes, anything to calm himself and quiet the voices...
  • Training teaches police how to interact with mentally ill

    Training teaches police how to interact with mentally ill
    With voices in her head distracting her, Kimberly Sikalis is struggling to think straight. "Good morning, I'm the intake worker for the Psychiatric Emergency Services Clinic," a woman with cropped brown hair says to Sikalis. The woman begins with a...
  • Cary Williams overcame abuse and anguish on way to NFL

    Cary Williams overcame abuse and anguish on way to NFL
    The Ravens locker room, even on the quietest of days, is a churning, bubbling storm of music and voices. Most of the time, it feels as chaotic as a busy train station, as crowded and lively as a food market. A high-stakes game of bean bag toss in the...