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May 24, 2005
Gun fired into building, no one hurt FREDERICK, Md. - No one was injured late Sunday when a shot fired from a gun went into an occupied apartment, according to a Frederick Police Department news release. Police said the department received reports at 11:06 p.m. that shots were fired near Country Hill Apartments on Heather Ridge Drive. Police said one shot was fired through a sliding-glass door of a nearby apartment. Police said the resident and a visitor were inside the apartment at the time of the incident but were not injured.
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NEWS
January 28, 2002
Criminal homicide case to proceed By RICHARD F. BELISLE / Staff Writer Based on a preliminary hearing Friday, District Justice Larry Pentz ruled that there was enough evidence for the criminal homicide case against Antonio Barcenas to be heard in the Court of Common Pleas. Barcenas, 20, of 20 W. Washington St., is charged with the stabbing death of J. Javier Brena-Lugo, 30, during a New Year's Day incident at the home of the victim's brother, Joaquin Brena-Lugo at 38 W. Queen St. Joaquin Brena-Lugo was a key witness for the prosecution in the hearing before District Justice Larry Pentz.
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by STACEY DANZUSO | February 4, 2003
chambersburg@herald-mail.com CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A Waynesboro, Pa., man charged with attempting to kill another man with a butcher knife Sunday morning was in Franklin County Prison Monday and scheduled for a preliminary hearing next week, police and court officials said. Derek Anthony Shoemaker, 21, was charged with one count each of criminal intent to commit criminal homicide, aggravated assault, terroristic threats, simple assault and recklessly endangering another person, according to court documents.
NEWS
March 14, 1998
By DAVE McMILLION Staff Writer BOONSBORO - Two Boonsboro Middle School students were suspended for three days this week for allegedly bringing knives to school, officials said. The two incidents bring the total number of weapons confiscated in Washington County schools this year to 29, said Joe Millward, Supervisor of Pupil Personnel at the Washington County Board of Education. The two knives were found March 6, said Principal Janice Gearhart. A three-inch kitchen knife, was found while school officials were looking into the theft of $100 and six compact discs from a student's locker, Gearhart said.
NEWS
October 1, 2000
Police log for Oct. 2 City man listed in fair condition A Hagerstown man was in fair condition Sunday after receiving a stab wound to his chest during a fight Saturday evening, a nursing supervisor at Washington County Hospital said. Chandler B. Jenkins, 31, of 160 W. Washington St., Apt. 5, was taken into custody shortly after the 7 p.m. incident at his apartment, police said. Jenkins was charged with attempted first-degree murder and first-degree assault, Hagerstown City Police said.
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By DON AINES | dona@herald-mail.com | December 17, 2010
Sentenced to state prison in September for a second-degree assault conviction, a Smithsburg man was back in Washington County Circuit Court Thursday to plead guilty to first-degree assault for slashing a man with a knife in May. Judge M. Kenneth Long Jr. sentenced Robert B. Heare, 28, of 7B N. Main St., to 20 years in state prison with 10 years suspended. That will run concurrent with the 10-year sentence, with five years suspended, that he received when sentenced in September. "It's clear you have committed a number of violent crimes," Long told Heare after Assistant State's Attorney Brett Wilson read off the defendant's criminal history, which included an eight-year state prison sentence in 2000 for another first-degree assault conviction.
NEWS
June 4, 1997
By MARLO BARNHART Staff Writer Convicted murderer Timothy Ray Sucik appeared again before Washington County Circuit Judge Frederick C. Wright III for sentencing Tuesday and again he got life without parole for the 1994 stabbing death of his wife. The resentencing was the upshot of a February ruling by Maryland's highest court that a pre-sentence investigation is necessary in such cases. Sucik had not asked for a pre-sentence investigation. Maintaining his innocence to the end, Sucik still managed to upset the family of the late Marian Sucik by declaring in open court, and in profane language, that he was glad she was dead.
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by CANDICE BOSELY | July 7, 2004
martinsburg@herald-mail.com MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - A Martinsburg man charged in connection with the fatal stabbing of a woman more than three years ago appeared in court Tuesday afternoon for a final pretrial hearing, with his jury trial scheduled to begin today. Miguel Delgado, 36, of Martinsburg, was indicted in February 2002 on one count of murder in the death of Robyn Renee Richardson, 29. Richardson's nearly nude body was found in a grassy area outside her Moler Avenue apartment complex on June 16, 2001.
NEWS
June 23, 2007
Thumbs up to West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin, for an $83,000 grant that will make it possible to place sidewalks near Shepherdstown Elementary and Middle schools, so children can walk to class safely. Perhaps officials at Lincolnshire Elementary School in Washington County, where some students have to walk in the street, could ask Gov. Martin O'Malley for the same kind of help. Thumbs up to the late Tammy Day, who put up a valiant fight against cancer for two years, so that she could see her daughter Megan graduate from Chambersburg (Pa.)
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