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Capital, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland 1 Foreman narrowly keeps DRAI Redskins' first pick is wide receiver Cl Can Michael Westbrook replace Art Your guide to bay boating Special 16-page section inside APRIL Rain stalls rescue From good student to Very militant9 MCVEIGH ASSOCIATED PRESS OKLAHOMA CITY To an angry he's a scowling face emerging from a country court- if surrounded by police Those who knew Timothy McVeigh be fore he be- came a sus- pect in the bombing here offer a com- contra- dictory por- trait a canny boy who would surely some- then an unremarkable stu- and later a straight-arrow soldier but also subdued in his Gulf War infantry unit In recent acquaintances he befriended tax protesters and other anti-government types and his politics turned to the far right. He claimed that the Army had implanted a computer chip in his buttocks He visited and returned angry. And he -never went anywhere tBJarawsV always looking over his said Carl Brocker of where Mr. McVeigh spent time off and on in recent years with Army buddy Terry now being held as a wit- ness Neighbors said Mr. McVeigh often drove his car around town loaded with guns and ammunition for sale was a said Mary Ann Saenen was very mili- tant and always carried a weapon The manager of an Arizona trailer park where Mr McVeigh lived for five months last year said he never saw any but evicted Mr. McVeigh and his pregnant girlfriend last June after a series of arguments over loud the couple's dog and the wrecked car Mr. McVeigh refused to have towed away said he just got out of the and he'd had enough of rules and said Bob Ragin of the Canyon West Mobile and RV Park in Kingman Timothy James ar- rested on a weapons charge in within 80 minutes of Wednesday's was born on April grew up-m the suburbs of N Y. A neighbor during his Pat recalls Mr McVeigh as a child with promise kid is going to go some- said to- her-' Page Two held as wH- nesses. Charge sounds dry but car- ries big penalty. A2 Book predicted federal building broken toy is maybe a sign of broken Search continues for survivors AP photo Streetlights line the route to the emergency tents near the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building crews continue to search for survivors through the downpour. ASSOCIATED PRESS OKLAHOMA CITY Holding toys from what once was a day care drenched and chilly rescuers then searched again yesterday through the shaky ruins of the federal building The second of two original suspects in the bombing re- mained at large. The one of the men whose sketches had been circulated world- is described as with thick hair and a tattoo on his left and he may not be the only one the FBI is seeking. have at least one and there could be said Weldon Ken- special agent in charge of the investigation is much work left to be Much work remained at the bomb site as well. Rescue stalled yesterday morning by stiff 20-degree wind w sumed at mid-morning as workers began the heartbreaking job of digging through the part of the collapsed build- ing that had housed a day-care center firefighters are picking up toys and looking at them and handing them to each said Jon assis- tant fire clutching a red plastic fire truck in the downpour Medium build 5-foot-e to 5-fooMO About 175 pounds Brown haft hard to having kids in hope that there may be a child still he said. broken toy is maybe a sign of broken hearts In the early rescuers were ordered to leave again for fear the building was shifting. They only to be ordered out again because of Page More good than Sentence reflects Bereano's many supporters By BRIAN WHEELER Staff Writer He is a convicted a crafty plotter who prosecutors said di- rected thousands of dollars illegally into the campaigns of friendly politi- cians. But he is also one of Annapolis' most popular a gre- garious man when not working around the devoted himself to worthy causes such as the March of A federal judge Friday sorted through those competing sides of Bruce C. Bereano and handed down a penalty on the lobbyist's seven mail fraud convictions that was praised yesterday by many local friends and colleagues. don't think Bruce has done anything that justifies being put in Annapolis Mayor Alfred A. Hopkins said. really don't think that Bruce did anything But just as friends rallied behind some suggested the flood of support he received was political payback for a man who had spent his adult life wining and dining law- makers. for people in office to stand up for someone who has been convicted of a said Gerald W. former state senator from Annapolis. was fined ordered to perform 500 hours of community service and placed on five years probation Friday Under terms of the he also could serve six months in a halfway house or jail. The punishments were post- poned until his case is decided by a federal appeals court. But the penalties were light com- pared with what he faced Prosecu- tors had asked that he spend think it's really problematical Page Ex-CrownsviUe hospital head avoids felony theft charge By THERESA WINSLOW Staff Writer The former head of Crownsville Hos pital who resigned last summer after it was revealed he lied about his was convicted Friday of filing a deceptive state employment application In an unusually swift Haroon R Ansan of Baltimore pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor which was filed by the Attorney Gener al's Office just 34 minutes earlier An additional felony theft charge was dropped County Circuit Court Judge Warren B. Duckett Jr gave Mr Ansan a six- month suspended then or dered him placed on probation before judgment This will allow Mr Ansan to keep a clean criminal record if he completes numerous conditions of in- cluding payment of a fine and completion of 100 hours of community service In Judge Duckett ordered Mr Ansan to reveal all Page WICKET WIZARD By Marti M Odell The Capital St. John's continued Its wicket winning ways In yesterday's 13th playing of the annual croquet match with but the Johnnies gave the mlds credit for Improving their game over previous years. Imperial Wicket Craig aka St. John's College team lines up one of his shots yesterday against the Naval Academy during the schools' annual croquet tournament. In the Marsha Slrkln and Linda Kontnler line up the libations. For see Page Dl. 6548 LOW Partly sunny ram likely tomorrow. D2 Be green- 25 years after its founding Earth Day is shifting toward individual endeavors Dl EARTH BUSINESS ANOTHER KIND OF The county's course starved golfers will get a little relief when a new 18-hole public course opens at South River Colony in Edgewater in 1996 LIFESTYLE SAVING These the fountain of youth trickles glycolic and lactic known as alpha hydroxy acids Baby boomers are seeking these treatments as nonsurgical alternatives to facelifts El INDFX 7 Business 81 Editorials A1011 Books E3 lottery A4 Capital Camera Fl 9 Movies E2 Classified Fl 20 A23 Comics Gl Obituaries 02 Classified...................278-7000 Circulation.................268-4800
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