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December 16, 1997
RCI goes to court to halt inmate's hunger strike By BRENDAN KIRBY Staff Writer State prison officials have obtained a temporary court order allowing them to force-feed a Roxbury Correctional Institution inmate who has been on a hunger strike to protest his prison sentence. Washington County Circuit Court Judge Frederick C. Wright III on Monday issued a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction on Monday, according to court records. The order, which expires midnight Dec. 23, allows officials to force Warren R. Stevenson to eat. Maxine Eldridge, a spokeswoman for the Division of Correction, said Stevenson has cooperated with the order.
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NEWS
October 8, 2009
Of the nine Roxbury Correctional Institution officers charged with second-degree assault in connection with a March 2008 assault on an inmate, the fate of only one remains unknown. A trial for Scott Boozel, 28, ended June 16 with a hung jury, and a judge declared a mistrial. Prosecutors have not decided whether to retry Boozel, according to Raquel Guillory, director of communications for the Office of the Attorney General. Prosecutors in June dropped a second-degree assault charge against Reginald Martin, 38. Two of the officers, Timothy Mellott, 23, and Lucas Kelly, 29, who now lives in Wyoming, agreed to testify against their former colleagues as part of a plea agreement.
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By ERIN JULIUS and KAREN HANNA | August 12, 2007
Editor's note: This is the final part of a three-part package about the three state prisons south of Hagerstown. Roxbury Correctional Institution's green manicured lawns might remind a visitor of a college campus, except that one-fourth of the inmates at the prison have taken a life. In fact, RCI houses the largest percentage of convicted killers of any of the three state prisons at the Roxbury Road complex south of Hagerstown. Correctional officers must remind themselves daily that the smallest items, such as tuna can lids, can be deadly weapons.
NEWS
March 1, 2009
Nine ex-RCI officers charged Hartle's Subs reopens in original location Man sought in sex assault Crash victim identified Henry Keating Scheck, 4
NEWS
March 2, 2009
Hartle's Subs reopens in original location Hagerstown man wins 2008 Jeep Patriot Valley Mall hosts Jonas Brothers fans Md. considers raising tax on alcohol Nine ex-RCI officers charged
NEWS
October 22, 2009
Woman facing charges in daughter's stabbing Heroin brought to RCI Grasmick: Arts school Md.'s 'most unique' Williamsport to close off streets for homecoming parade Hagerstown ranks No. 2 in Eight Cities with the Ugliest Guys
NEWS
July 11, 2009
Suit: Employees made to crouch naked during strip search Fish kill linked to sunken pickup truck Victim of fatal fire identified Skull believed to be that of 19th-century girl RCI inmate stabbed 13 times wasn't seriously injured
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