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Capital, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland City sidewalk cafe details in final stage Bl YULE LOG Our annual guide to local holiday activities Inside O's make offer to free agent Molitor Dl HDWELL MICROFILMS PO EDX 1553 LAUFEL MD SUNNY PAGE All DECEMBER MD Father kills then himself Estranged wife discovers bodies in Severna Park By P.J. SHUEY Staff Writer A Severna Park man involved in a domestic dispute with his estranged wife shot his 7-year-old son to death then turned the handgun on himself yesterday. The murder suicide followed a warning to police by Brian Lance Kennedy's wife that he had threatened to kill himself on county police said Mr and his Gabriel were discovered in Mr Ken- nedy's bed at 324 Magothy Road by the child's police said Laura of Glen Burnie found the bodies in the master bedroom at p.m. Both had suffered single bullet wounds to the head from a small-caliber handgun that was found said Officer Randy police spokesman. The time of the shooting has not been established. Mrs Kennedy was called early yesterday by school officials and told that her son had not shown up for said Sgt. Jeff police spokesman. It was not clear which school Gabriel attended. Mrs. Kennedy went to the house where her son and husband lived after the child's grandmother was unable to get inside Mrs. Kennedy had called police at p.m. and told officers that her husband had threatened to kill himself. Officers went to the address that and spoke with Mr. Kennedy but took no action. appeared very rational and calm during the Officer Bell said. officer received no indication that he was a danger to himself or That would be the only criteria for determining whether to take someone for an emergency psychiatric evaluation. this that criteria wasn't Officer Bell said. Mr. Kennedy denied that he had threat- ened and told police that his wife had also told his family mat he planned to kill himself An officer also spoke with who was playing in the house at the time The boy who told the officer he was getting ready for bed.. The officers then left Page Evidence technician BIN Bealloftht county police prepares to photograph the entrance to 324 Magothy Road In where police say Brian L shot his son before killing himself. By J Henson The Capital Waiver plan irks school board By LESLIE GROSS Staff Writfer Education fear more homes will be buitt near over- crowded schools unijer a plan to legalize a county panel's controver- sial recommendatioh on school waivers. School board menibers decried the proposed change in county law that would free de'elopers from paying for school improvements until enrollment at elementary schools is 115 percei t of and 120 percent at m ddle and high schools you have arms of the comity the county the school board and the member Thomas R. Tworably Raid. In the Committee to Study the Adequacy of School Facilities Requirements reported'that waivers of a county law requiring develop- ers to ensure their projects don't overwhelm roads and other public facilities are not to blame for classroom overcrowding. It's one of several major changes in the more than 20-year-old subdi- vision ordinance that include streamlining the process so that projects can gain approval more county officials said. County Executive John G. Gary Jr. said he's set on adopting the regardless of school board objections. Page INSIDE Woman's journal details personal struggle with AIDS. A3 Local governments must help keep bay clean. A4 River group seeks Priest Point buyer. Cl 4 32 IntertalnnMnt Annapolis Arundel Report Births Calendar......... Classified....... Notes... Comics. Cl Bl All B4' C6 82 3 C5 Death Notices C4 Crossword........ C12 Editorials. Lottery Obituaries... Police Beat Television Tides....... AlO A4 .....All All Dl-4 C3 All Portions of The Capital are pnnted each day on recycled paper. The newspaper also is recyclable Classified....................268-7000 Circulation..................2684800 Prom Kent 327-1583 AD other departments..268-5000 BEAT Photos by J Henson The Capital In a fitting ending to a crazy week of Naval Academy Capt. William T. R. commandant of strips to his shorts and exhorts the midshipmen to beat Army at a pep rally last night. 'Who's gonna By BRADLEY PENISTON Staff Writer anybody think it's cold out roared Capt. William T. R. taking the stage and taking off every stitch of clothing except his shorts. Shivering on a darkened Naval Academy athletic a crowd of and a few members of the public rumbled approvingly. gonna cried the nearly-naked Capt. Bogle. came the answer from a sea of blue-gold-white warm-up suits. A striptease by the commandant of At last night's pep it seemed a natural ending to a crazy week. The seven days leading up to tomorrow's Army-Navy Game in Philadelphia have been a week of high spirit after a victory Would mean Navy's first winning football season since 1982 but also of dormitory hijinks and a dose of good-natured revenge. For one the academy loosens up and then some. Mlds can sleep a bit. There's rock music in the gigantic King Hall dining room and floor-wax fights in the halls. or discover that saying is a sufficient answer to an upperclasnnen's demand for trivia recitation. tnuy. Heettc. People Mhom In Navy football coach Charte WeathwUft Brigade of MWsWpmen at tat nlgrrt'. pep rally. Shortly footbaH team dmbed aboard a trio of buses and headed tor where Navy wH take on Army tomorrow afternoon. flm up the ranting and raving in the halls. Running around. said Midshipman 2nd Class Tommy Catuogno of N.Y. best thing Is you feel like you're in a real with the pranks and said Midshipman 3rd Class Josh Roots of Alaska. Page Our It's Navy's turn to have football take right Ex-prostitute details sex Judge Monahan Lawyers for a Montgomery County District Court judge tried to Save his career yesterday with a relentless assault on statements made by a woman who claims she was paid twice to have sex with him in his chambers. During testimony at the Court of Special Appeals in attor- ney William Rowan got Darlene Shepard to acknowledge that there were 12 errors in a statement she gave to one prosecutor. Ms Shepard said she lied when she said a Montgomery County Robert signed over a check to her. But she insisted the rest were minor and stuck doggedly to her story that she went to Judge Henry Monahan's office in the courthouse in 1994 and again the following month. you have sex with Judge asked Christopher Ro- investigative attorney for the Commission on Judicial Disabili- ties. I Ms. Shepard said. _ he she said. The hearing on charges of mis- conduct by Judge Monahan entered the fourth day this morning with the defense continuing its case. Mr Rowan planned to get testi- mony from the judge's wife and a dermatologist to counter Ms She- pard's statements that he had moles or spots in his groin area. Mr. Romano saved perhaps his AP photo Darlene a.former talks with reporters after testifying yesterday. strongest witness for putting on the witness stand a court inter- preter to provide the only indepen- dent corroboration of Ms. Shepard's story that she was in the court-- house. Silvia Limones said she saw the judge at the door of his office as she got out of a private elevator in the courthouse. was a young lady coming war-holding the door for she said was shocked He was all red. He had a funny grin on his she said. Ms. Limones' testimony placed Ms. Shepard in Judge Monahan's office and backed up her earlier testimony that two women got off the elevator when she was leaving Page Bank of Annapolis plans merger By DAVE GULLIVER Business Writer Bank of one of three remaining city-based is being sold for million to a new bank founded by the former chair- man of Bank of officials said yesterday. The letter of intent would set up a merger with Baltimore-based First Mariner Bank in four to five pending approval from reg- ulators and stockholders. But both banks' executives said this deal would differ from those that absorbed local institutions such as Farmers National Bank and Annapolis Federal Savings Bank a community bank like this is the perfect merger said John W. Marhefka presi- dent of Bank of Annapolis. is a Maryland-based bank. Rather than aligning ourselves with a Virginia or North Carolina this bank is in line with our philoso- Edwin F. Hale chairman and chief executive of First said that out-of-state banks expect their partners to but his bank will not. going to do the reverse and conform to the he said. Annapolis will operate as a divi- sion of First with its own loan officers based at the West Street offices. expect to operate the Anna- polis division with a great deal of local Mr. Marhefka said. The deal alto will differ others in that there will bt Psje Al
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