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November 6, 2009
Malissa Hudson, right, donates blood Friday afternoon at Fountain Rock Elementary School with the assistance of LPN Jolene Griffin during the Pint Size Hero Blood Drive. The blood drive was held in honor of David Greeley, a third-grader who is undergoing rehabilitation at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore after being struck by a car in August. David's left leg had to be amputated at mid-shin. He also suffered a skull fracture, facial fractures, a broken left arm and an open fracture below his right knee.
NEWS
January 27, 2009
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - A 26-year-old Martinsburg man accused of fracturing his 5-month-old daughter's skull in an alleged abuse and neglect incident in October 2008 waived his right to a preliminary hearing Monday, according to Berkeley County Magistrate Court records. Alfonso Frank Sanchez of 120 Eclipse Court, Apt. 2, is charged with felony counts of child abuse and child neglect. Police have said Sanchez knocked over a chair his daughter was in and she struck her head. On an unrelated visit to a physician two days later, the fracture was discovered and the child was taken to Children's Hospital, where she was treated for several days until being released, police said.
NEWS
By DAN DEARTH | November 3, 2009
FAIRPLAY -- A blood drive being held Friday at Fountain Rock Elementary School will honor a third-grader who suffered serious injuries when he was struck by a car in August. Fountain Rock Principal Mike Telemeco said David Greeley is undergoing rehabilitation at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore. "We felt this would be a nice way to honor him and what he's going through right now," Telemeco said. "The earliest he's looking to come (home) is the first of the year. " David was hit by a car Aug. 27 as he was riding his bicycle on Jordan Road in Fairplay.
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By DAN DEARTH | November 1, 2009
FAIRPLAY -- A blood drive being held Friday at Fountain Rock Elementary School will honor a third-grader who suffered serious injuries when he was struck by a car in August. Fountain Rock Principal Mike Telemeco said David Greeley is undergoing rehabilitation at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore. "We felt this would be a nice way to honor him and what he's going through right now," Telemeco said. "The earliest he's looking to come (home) is the first of the year. " David was hit by a car Aug. 27 as he was riding his bicycle on Jordan Road in Fairplay.
NEWS
October 4, 2009
WILLIAMSPORT -- Nearly 200 motorcyclists participated Sunday in a benefit ride and fundraiser for David Greeley, an 8-year-old boy struck by a car while riding his bicycle on Jordan Road in August. The 61.3-mile ride started and ended at American Legion Post 202, to which David's grandfather belongs, said Tim Fraker of the Red Men Riders Club. "We had 190 motorcycles and 225 riders," Fraker said at 4 p.m. Sunday. "The total came to $4,817. " Fraker said funds were raised through registration fees of $10 per biker or $15 for those with passengers.
NEWS
January 22, 2002
Woman's injuries outlined by witness By DAVE McMILLION / Staff Writer, Charles Town Using a photograph of her skull to describe Vatressa Miller's injuries, an anthropologist testified in U.S. District Court Monday that Miller suffered a "heavy crushing force" to her head during a fatal beating in a Martinsburg, W.Va., subdivision two years ago. CONTINUED Douglas Owsley, an anthropologist for the Smithsonian Institution of Natural History, said he was asked by police to help them determine what happened to Miller.
NEWS
By CHRIS CARTER | November 16, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.VA - Joe Santoro apologized to deceased composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky for his rendition of "The Nutcracker" that opened Saturday at Wonderment Puppet Theatre. "'The Nutcracker' was culture. We took culture and threw it in the trash can," Santoro told the audience before his second show Saturday. "This is a fracture of 'The Nutcracker.' So wherever Tchaikovsky is, please forgive me. " Santoro's "Nutty Nutcracker" took the traditional version and twisted it into a wrestling match and a variety show that was well-received by the crowd of parents and children.
NEWS
By ERIN JULIUS | September 1, 2009
SAINT JAMES -- A benefit fund has been established to help provide for the long-term care of an 8-year-old boy struck by a car Thursday on Jordan Road. David Greeley was in critical but stable condition Tuesday at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, D.C., according to his grandmother, Karen Greeley. Because of the severity of the injuries to the boy's left leg, the leg had to be amputated mid-shin, his father, Scott Greeley, said Tuesday. David has a skull fracture, facial fractures that include a broken jaw, a broken left arm and an open fracture below his right knee, Scott Greeley said.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | August 31, 2009
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- The attorney for a woman to be tried this week in the death of her infant son asked a circuit judge Monday to restrict the presentation of autopsy photographs, which he argued were gruesome. The color photographs depict skull fractures to 7-month-old Skylar Trigg Boggs, who died Aug. 19, 2008, as a result of blunt-force trauma, police have said. The boy's mother, Monica W. Boggs of Hedgesville, W.Va., was indicted on charges of death of a child by a parent, guardian or custodian, child abuse resulting in serious bodily injury and gross child neglect creating substantial risk of bodily injury.
NEWS
by ANDREW MASON | September 10, 2003
andrewm@herald-mail.com HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Like Freddy, Michael and Jason, Hedgesville's John Windle is nearly impossible to escape from, no matter how big the lead. Musselman's Matt Rouzer surely had nightmares Tuesday night. "I'm gonna get ya, I'm gonna get ya," fans along the course said Windle chanted as he hunted down Rouzer in the final mile at the Hedgesville Invitational on Tuesday. Windle caught and passed Rouzer, who had led from the gun, midway through the third mile of the hilly 3.1-mile course and held on to win in 18 minutes, 45 seconds.
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August 13, 2012
A Martinsburg man charged with malicious wounding early Monday is accused of a violent attack that left a woman with multiple facial fractures and other injuries, according to Berkeley County Magistrate Court records. Christopher Charles Dawson, 22, of 521 West Virginia Ave., was being held in Eastern Regional Jail Monday night on a $25,000 cash-only bond, according to court and jail records. At City Hospital in Martinsburg, the victim was unable to give Martinsburg Police Department Patrol Officer M.J. Butcher a written statement because her eyes were swollen shut, according to court documents.
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NEWS
April 10, 2012
A Hagerstown Suns employee suffered a serious head injury Tuesday morning when he fell off a four-wheel drive vehicle he was riding on at Municipal Stadium, city police said. The 18-year-old man was riding on the vehicle with two other employees, said Lt. Paul Kifer, a spokesman for the Hagerstown Police Department. The employee was sitting on a garbage bag on the back of the vehicle when the driver made a left turn, and the employee fell off, hitting his head, Kifer said.
NEWS
By DON AINES | dona@herald-mail.com | July 19, 2011
A Hagerstown man indicted on charges of causing fractures, bruising and burns to an 8-month-old boy was found guilty of three of 13 counts in a verdict announced Tuesday in Washington County Circuit Court. Judge Donald E. Beachley found Clyde Eugene Gatrell III, 20, formerly of Noland Drive, guilty of two counts of second-degree assault and one count of second-degree child abuse. Gatrell had a trial before Beachley on June 30. Beachley had previously granted a defense motion for judgment of acquittal on two counts of first-degree child abuse.
NEWS
November 6, 2009
Malissa Hudson, right, donates blood Friday afternoon at Fountain Rock Elementary School with the assistance of LPN Jolene Griffin during the Pint Size Hero Blood Drive. The blood drive was held in honor of David Greeley, a third-grader who is undergoing rehabilitation at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore after being struck by a car in August. David's left leg had to be amputated at mid-shin. He also suffered a skull fracture, facial fractures, a broken left arm and an open fracture below his right knee.
NEWS
By DAN DEARTH | November 3, 2009
FAIRPLAY -- A blood drive being held Friday at Fountain Rock Elementary School will honor a third-grader who suffered serious injuries when he was struck by a car in August. Fountain Rock Principal Mike Telemeco said David Greeley is undergoing rehabilitation at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore. "We felt this would be a nice way to honor him and what he's going through right now," Telemeco said. "The earliest he's looking to come (home) is the first of the year. " David was hit by a car Aug. 27 as he was riding his bicycle on Jordan Road in Fairplay.
NEWS
By DAN DEARTH | November 1, 2009
FAIRPLAY -- A blood drive being held Friday at Fountain Rock Elementary School will honor a third-grader who suffered serious injuries when he was struck by a car in August. Fountain Rock Principal Mike Telemeco said David Greeley is undergoing rehabilitation at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore. "We felt this would be a nice way to honor him and what he's going through right now," Telemeco said. "The earliest he's looking to come (home) is the first of the year. " David was hit by a car Aug. 27 as he was riding his bicycle on Jordan Road in Fairplay.
NEWS
October 4, 2009
WILLIAMSPORT -- Nearly 200 motorcyclists participated Sunday in a benefit ride and fundraiser for David Greeley, an 8-year-old boy struck by a car while riding his bicycle on Jordan Road in August. The 61.3-mile ride started and ended at American Legion Post 202, to which David's grandfather belongs, said Tim Fraker of the Red Men Riders Club. "We had 190 motorcycles and 225 riders," Fraker said at 4 p.m. Sunday. "The total came to $4,817. " Fraker said funds were raised through registration fees of $10 per biker or $15 for those with passengers.
NEWS
By ERIN JULIUS | September 1, 2009
SAINT JAMES -- A benefit fund has been established to help provide for the long-term care of an 8-year-old boy struck by a car Thursday on Jordan Road. David Greeley was in critical but stable condition Tuesday at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, D.C., according to his grandmother, Karen Greeley. Because of the severity of the injuries to the boy's left leg, the leg had to be amputated mid-shin, his father, Scott Greeley, said Tuesday. David has a skull fracture, facial fractures that include a broken jaw, a broken left arm and an open fracture below his right knee, Scott Greeley said.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | August 31, 2009
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- The attorney for a woman to be tried this week in the death of her infant son asked a circuit judge Monday to restrict the presentation of autopsy photographs, which he argued were gruesome. The color photographs depict skull fractures to 7-month-old Skylar Trigg Boggs, who died Aug. 19, 2008, as a result of blunt-force trauma, police have said. The boy's mother, Monica W. Boggs of Hedgesville, W.Va., was indicted on charges of death of a child by a parent, guardian or custodian, child abuse resulting in serious bodily injury and gross child neglect creating substantial risk of bodily injury.
NEWS
January 27, 2009
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - A 26-year-old Martinsburg man accused of fracturing his 5-month-old daughter's skull in an alleged abuse and neglect incident in October 2008 waived his right to a preliminary hearing Monday, according to Berkeley County Magistrate Court records. Alfonso Frank Sanchez of 120 Eclipse Court, Apt. 2, is charged with felony counts of child abuse and child neglect. Police have said Sanchez knocked over a chair his daughter was in and she struck her head. On an unrelated visit to a physician two days later, the fracture was discovered and the child was taken to Children's Hospital, where she was treated for several days until being released, police said.
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