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An Aberdeen man has been charged with sexually abusing a minor. Clarence Jacob Barnes Jr., 53, of the 300 block of Center Deen Avenue, is charged with third-degree sex offense, fourth-degree sex offense, sex abuse of a minor and second-degree assault,...
Tags: Sex Crimes, Prosecution, Aberdeen
A Fallston man found guilty earlier this year of child sex abuse charges was recently sentenced to serve 20 years in prison, according to court records. James Thomas Starr, 26, was found guilty by a Harford County Circuit Court jury Feb. 8 of sex...
Tags: Punishment, Harford County, Judges, Justice System
For those who need to use it, the Howard County Child Advocacy Center is "the best of a bad situation," said Howard County Police Lt. Tom Ehart. From a statewide perspective, Cathy Meyers, president of the Maryland Children's Alliance, said she tells...
Tags: Howard County, Ken Ulman, Child Abuse, Ellicott City
Christine Jarrett had been there all along. From the night of Jan. 3, 1991, when the Elkridge woman purportedly left her family without saying goodbye, to the day years later when her husband filed divorce paperwork alleging abandonment, to the moment...
Tags: Marriage, Prosecution, Family, Adultery, Lawyers
Two people are facing attempted second-degree murder charges stemming from two unrelated stabbings on Monday, according to Anne Arundel County police. Police said a man looking for his roommate to drive him home from work Monday became "enraged" to...
Penn State has had a run of the neighborhood for as long as anyone can remember, from its years as the most successful independent Division I-A football program on the East Coast and a national power, to a little more than the past two decades in the...
The United Way of Central Maryland will provide nearly $3 million in community grants intended to provide financial stability to families, quality education to children and healthy alternatives to individuals, the organization said this week. In all, 71...
Though he did not participate in torture, ex-CIA agent John Kiriakou was the first person to publicly acknowledge the Bush administration's inhumane abuse of detainees ("The truth about torture," April 23). Mr. Kiriakou's disclosures informed the public...
The Great Gourmet is Kimberly Scott's way of introducing the world to Maryland seafood. Her Eastern Shore company sells crab cakes, oysters and clams to wholesale and retail markets. In 2006, just three years after opening, The Great Gourmet was logging...
Tags: Business, Sales, Rentals, Banking, Small Businesses
The second person found guilty in connection with the sexual abuse of a young girl received an equally harsh sentence in Harford County Circuit Court Wednesday to match the one given last month to the other defendant in the case. Angeline Kaye...
Tags: Punishment, Prisons, Trials, Judges, Federal Hill
Gun control doesn't stop bombings, and it doesn't prevent violent people from buying nails, BBs or pressure cookers. While I am supportive of gun control — and applaud Maryland for being one of the few states taking a strong stance on gun possession...
The 19-year-old Harford County man with developmental disabilities who is accused of killing his 2-month-old niece was ordered Monday to continue being held without bail. Colin Christopher Wolf, of the 2000 block of Bay Meadows Court in Forest Hill, is...
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