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September 10, 1999 | From the Washington Post
A Laurel man who told authorities that an armed hitchhiker abducted his two children and then threw him off a bridge into the Choptank River was arrested here Thursday and charged with shooting to death his 2-year-old son and critically wounding his 3-year-old daughter. Police said the man, Richard W. Spicknall II, 27, shot the children and then staged the carjacking. The children, still strapped in their car seats in their father's Jeep, were found about 8 a.m.
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SPORTS
September 19, 2009 | Pete Thomas, Staff And Wire Reports
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Delonte West was arrested Thursday in Upper Marlboro, Md., after officers pulled him over for speeding on a motorcycle while carrying two loaded handguns and a loaded shotgun in a guitar case. Prince George's County police spokeswoman Sgt. Michelle Reedy said Friday that West was arrested about 10 p.m. Thursday. Reedy said West was riding a Can-Am Spyder motorcycle north on the Capital Beltway in Upper Marlboro when he cut off an officer, who pulled him over.
NATIONAL
December 19, 2004 | From Associated Press
Three more people, including at least one volunteer firefighter, were arrested Saturday in connection with the largest residential arson in Maryland history, a collection of blazes that caused $10 million in damage to houses in an upscale development. Authorities would not immediately discuss a possible motive in the Dec. 6 fires at the Hunters Brooke development, where many homes were still under construction. The U.S.
NEWS
November 26, 1985 | JENNINGS PARROTT
--President Reagan met Wilfred the Tom Turkey and a gathering of reporters in the Rose Garden, and it was Wilfred who had the last word. The President fended off questions dealing with substantive issues and said: "The only questions I will take today are about the turkey." Wilfred gobbled loudly, evoking laughter. "I agree with everything you've said," Reagan said solemnly. Wilfred, a 55-pound gift from the National Turkey Federation, is on his way to the Evans Farm in Vienna, Va.
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