The Baltimore Sun

Because of incorrect information supplied by the Baltimore Police Department, an article in yesterday's editions of The Sun incorrectly reported the name of one type of police camera system used to monitor city streets. The cameras are called PODSS, which stands for Portable Overt Digital Surveillance System.

An article in yesterday's Maryland section incorrectly stated that Baltimore police ordered student protesters to leave the plaza outside City Hall on Thursday night. Sterling Clifford, a spokesman for city police and the mayor, said the protesters had violated a permit from the Department of Recreation and Parks, and it was park rangers and representatives from the city's emergency management agency who ordered the protesters to leave. There were no city police officers at the scene, Clifford said.

The surname of the owners of the Dream Home featured in Friday's editions was misspelled. Their correct name is Weltlinger. In addition, Gina Weltlinger's occupation was mischaracterized. She is a manager's assistant at Merrill Lynch.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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