An article yesterday incorrectly reported the time that Fred L. Davis remained detained at the Howard County Detention Center. Davis, a Hammond High teacher who was arrested Tuesday morning on charges that he sold marijuana to a student who attends the school, was released from the detention center Tuesday afternoon.

A photo caption in the Sun Digest on Page 2A of yesterday's editions erroneously said that former FBI officials W. Mark Felt and Edward S. Miller were pardoned for convictions in the Watergate scandal. They were convicted for authorizing illegal break-ins during an investigation of the Weather Underground antiwar group.

An article in the Maryland section May 25 incorrectly reported that a man was holding a gun when he was shot by an Anne Arundel County police officer on the night of May 24. The man was believed to have fired shots inside the townhouse where he lived, police said, but he was naked and unarmed when he was confronted by a rookie police officer several blocks away. He then charged at the officer, according to police.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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