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Frederick News Post (Newspaper) - May 2, 2015, Frederick, MarylandSaturday May 2, 2015 Frederickse Spost. Com vol. 132 no. 198 4 sections � 2015 Randall family Lac 75 cents teacher under assault inquiry county schools a5 unexpected Small gardens Story in real estate d1 Good morning half my life is an act of revision. John Irving automotive. C 1 business. A 7 classifieds. C 2 10 comics. B 5 Community. A 6, b 8 dear Abby. D 9 fire & police blotter. A 6 local. A 5 6 lotteries. A 2 obituaries. B 7 opinion letters. B 6 real estate. D 1 5 religion & ethics. D 6 8 sports. B 1 4 to Best bets. D 9 weather b 8 76�/ 47� runners get set the 13th Frederick running festival explicit video prompts inquiry news Post file photos by Jeremy Bauer Wolf a Baerwolf news Post. Com the Frederick county sheriffs office is investigating a sexually explicit video made by a Windsor knolls Middle school Pupil and a county High school student officials confirmed Friday. At about noon thursday Windsor knolls teachers and administration got wind that students were discussing an explicit video in which both students reportedly appear. The Windsor knolls student had recorded sex acts with a county High schooler on a personal device said Frederick county Public schools spokesman Michael Doerrer. Doerrer declined to identify either students Grade or sex or what school the High schooler attends. The recording was not distributed said Doerrer but a group of six or seven students friends with the Windsor knolls student involved in the recording had jokingly discussed paying that student for the Content. The device containing the video was confiscated by Windsor knolls sheriffs office Middle High schooners involved see video a8 six officers face charges in death of Freddie Gray Frederick authorities head Back sheriffs deputies City police officers called up again a2 authorities Are still determining whether anyone will face charges. By de Waters or. Waters news Post. Com the 2015 Frederick running festival is expected to bring $ 3.5 million to the Community this weekend. A study by Corrigan sports enterprises in 2012 showed that amount of economic Impact and Dave Gell spokesman for the organization coordinating the event said this year should reflect about the same amount. About 7,000 runners from 34 states the District of Columbia and four other nations will compete this year Corrigan sports said. Although this year is a half Marathon Gell said the distance is irrelevant. Whats most important is where they live Gell said. Are they travelling from out of town staying in a hotel for the weekend eating at restaurants last year local hotels had a 93 percent occupancy on the saturday night of the running festival said John Fieseler executive director of the tourism Council of Frederick county. That was about the same As the previous years running festival occupancy. In the springtime there Are not Many special events Fieseler said and occupancy rates Are generally lower As Low As 70 percent. Kara Norman executive director of the downtown Frederick partnership festival begins today economic Impact of $ 3.5 million expected by Jeremy Arias Arias news Post. Com City police and county fire officials say they re prepared for the Blitz that comes with the nearly 10,000 runners and countless spectators expected for the two Day Frederick running festival. Of the Frederick police departments 144 sworn police officers 100 Are assigned to the running festival said it. Dennis k. Dudley who coordinated the departments strategy As the commander of the special operations division. Not included in that number were the officers already assigned to work regular patrol this weekend meaning almost every officer in the department will work at some Point this weekend. City police prep for runners onslaught see economic a8 see police a2 drafted Ling Anore Grad Rob Havenstein picked by rams in 2nd round b1 by Juliet Linderman and Amanda Lee Myers associated press Baltimore rage turned to Relief in Baltimore on Friday when the Cit yes top prosecutor charged six police officers with felonies ranging from assault to murder in the death of Freddie Gray. States attorney Marilyn Mosby said Grays arrest was illegal and unjustified and that his neck was broken because he was handcuffed shackled and placed headfirst into a police Van where his pleas for medical attention were repeatedly ignored As he bounced around inside the Small Metal Box. See Baltimore a2

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