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  • Anti-crime office puts most funds in community groups

    The state crime-control office credited by Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend with making Maryland safer directs the largest chunk of its federal grant dollars not to police agencies, but to community and church groups, schools and citizen patrols for...
  • Program to speed juvenile justice called effective

    A program that speeds up the charging of juvenile offenders in Baltimore and moves them more quickly through the court system is proving effective in holding down the number of youths who are sent to state-run detention facilities, state officials say....
  • Did race play role in teen's death?

    Last week's question: The acquittal last week of a white Pasadena teenager in the death of Noah Jamahl Jones, a black student at Northeast High School, has rekindled racial issues that have surrounded his death since six white men were charged with...
  • Mayor offers reforms of Md. agency for juveniles

    The election is 18 months away, he hasn't formally declared his intentions, but Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley sounded like a candidate for governor yesterday -- even taking a page from his Republican rival's successful 2002 playbook. The Democratic...
  • Defense request on Arundel jury alarms NAACP official

    The president of the NAACP's Anne Arundel County chapter expressed alarm yesterday at a defense lawyer's request in a high-profile trial, saying it could lead to eliminating blacks from a jury that will decide whether a white teenager is to blame for an...
  • First trial begins in Pasadena teen's death

    Prosecutors told an all-white jury yesterday that a white teenager kicked the head of a black youth already unconscious from a serious brain injury in a brawl in Pasadena, contributing to the death of Noah Jamahl Jones. But "making Jacob Fortney a...
  • Trial begins in death of teen

    Prosecution witnesses described yesterday a chaotic scene outside a Pasadena home where a teenager died in a fight last summer, telling jurors that the melee erupted quickly and was over in a flash, with police and paramedics wading through as many as...
  • Medical examiner testifies that brain injuries killed Arundel teenager

    An assistant medical examiner testified yesterday that the Pasadena teenager who died in a melee last summer was killed by the brain injuries he suffered as he fell backward to the ground and that his injuries could have been aggravated by other blows...
  • Jury hears account of fatal brawl

    The teenager on trial in the death of a Pasadena high school student bragged after the fatal brawl that he crushed Noah Jamahl Jones' head, a key prosecution witness told a jury yesterday. Joshua David Bradley testified that as they left the July 24...
  • Key witness in teen's death contradicted

    The state's key witness in the trial in the death of a Pasadena teenager told a friend that he did not see an attack on the youth - which contradicted his courtroom testimony this week - the friend told a jury yesterday. Testifying in the defense of...
  • Teen acquitted in Jones' death

    A Pasadena teen-ager was acquitted yesterday in the death of Noah Jamahl Jones, bringing to an end a racially charged trial and prompting nervous leaders in Anne Arundel County's black community to call for calm. Jacob Tyler Fortney, 19, was found not...
  • Staffing low at juvenile center

    The state-run Baltimore City Juvenile Justice Center is so understaffed that it poses a serious threat to the safety of youths held there and to staff who supervise them, according to a report released yesterday. The report by the Office of the...