Sunday, January 27, 2013
A 26-year-old Baltimore man was found shot and stabbed early Sunday in Anne Arundel County and police arrested three people in connection with the incident.
UPDATE (10:30 p.m.)—Police made three arrests after a man was found dead early Sunday in a wooded area of Glen Burnie. Anne Arundel County police identified the victim as Darrren Dwayne Bell, 26, of the 500 block of Round View Road in Baltimore. Police said Eric Banks, 48, of Baltimore was charged with first-degree murder; Erica Banks, 27, of Glen Burnie and Tremain Calhoun, 24, of Pasadena were each charged with possession of a handgun. Detectives determined Erica Banks and Bell were acquaintances reportedly involved in an ongoing dispute. Police have not released the reason the four were in the area together. At approximately 4:05 a.m. Sunday, officers from the northern district responded to the area of Tanyard Cove Road and Marley …
Friday, December 14, 2012
Media reports say Ty’Niajah Devonshire, 15, died after showing symptoms consistent with bacterial meningitis.
Ty’Niajah Devonshire, the junior at Glen Burnie High School who died Tuesday after suddenly falling ill a day earlier, had been fighting illness her entire life, according to reports. Before her untimely death, Devonshire was in and out of hospitals much of her adolescent life, battling a sickle cell disease from childbirth. By the time she was 10, she had been hospitalized 30 times, according to a 2007 report from The Baltimore Sun. Devonshire's sister, A'Niayah, reportedly died in 2001 at age 6 after also suffering from sickle cell disease. According to Anne Arundel County Public Schools, whose officials consulted with the county's health department, the student died after showing symptoms consistent with bacterial meningitis. The …
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
The husband of the Anne Arundel County woman is not facing charges related to her death.
Anne Arundel County police are not filing charges in the death of a woman whose body was discovered by authorities in a Glen Burnie home after her husband informed police of her condition during a traffic stop. When police pulled over a vehicle near the intersection of West Ordinance Road and Roberts Court at approximately 11 p.m. Monday, the driver told the officer that his wife was dead inside their residence, according to police. The driver asked officers to check on her. When officers went to the home on the 6600 block of Roberts Court, they found Bonnie Grace Anthony-Garde, 50, unresponsive. Medics arrived and pronounced her dead at the scene. Bruce Goldfarb, assistant to the Chief Medical Examiner, said Anthony-Garde died of natural…
Thursday, December 29, 2011
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Thursday, December 29, 2011
Worldwide, people mourned the loss of icons such as Elizabeth Taylor, Amy Winehouse, Steve Jobs and race car driver Dan Wheldon this year. While death on the national or international stage is one thing, losing someone close to us is even more difficult. This year, the Glen Burnie community mourned the loss of teens Jon Deckman, an Old Mill alumni, and Jeff Giles, a 2010 North County graduate, and retired school teacher Myra Cason. Did you suffer the loss of someone near to you this year? We'd like to highlight that person's story. What better way to do that than through a photo marking a moment in his or her life. It can be a powerful tribute, with or without words. Submit a photo and caption here—so our readers can share in your …
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Nine months after a Halethorpe man died as a result of injuries sustained during a fight at Golden Corral, a medical examiner has ruled it a homicide.
According to the Maryland Gazette, a state medical examiner has determined the December 2010 death of a Halethorpe man after an altercation at a Glen Burnie Golden Corral to be a a homicide. Francis Lewis Jr., 66, died from injuries he suffered from being hit by a man during a disagreement at the restaurant, the Gazette reported. Read the full article: mdgazette.com/content/autopsy-death-scuffle-homicide.