Edward Norris
American actor
Edward Norris
Edward Norris was an American film actor.
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FDIC sues former Silverton Bank leaders - Bizjournals.com
Google News - over 5 years
Defendants also include former members of the bank's board: Paul T. Bennett, Michael Carlton, W. Roger Crook, J. Michael Ellenburg, Brian R. Foster, Robert I. Gulledge, Charles F. Harper, R. Rick Hart, J. Edward Norris, Stephen L. Price, Bobby Shepard,
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Birmingham man charged in Lake Martin boating accident - Wetumpka Herald
Google News - over 5 years
John Edward Norris, 45, of Birmingham was contacted by Alabama Marine Police that a warrant was filed for his arrest and he had until 2 pm Monday to turn himself in. Norris turned himself into Alabama Marine Police Sgt. Gary Buchanan Monday morning in
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POLICE REPORT - Delmarva Daily Times
Google News - over 5 years
Prosecutors said all but 10 years of 45-year-old Edward Norris Graham's sentence was suspended. Five of the aforementioned 10 years is a minimum/mandatory sentence. Graham also received an additional five year minimum/mandatory sentence for illegal
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Salisbury Man Goes to Prison for Heroin Distribution - WBOC TV 16
Google News - over 5 years
Prosecutors said 10 years of 45-year-old Edward Norris Graham's 20-year sentence was suspended. Five of the aforementioned 10 years is a minimum/mandatory sentence. Graham also received an additional five year minimum/mandatory sentence for illegal
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What's On Today
NYTimes - over 5 years
8 P.M. (TCM) THE OLD CORRAL (1936) Gene Autry, right, was a man of many talents who wore many hats, most famously a Stetson, during his 91 years. He is the only entertainer to have been given five stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame -- one each for radio, recordings, film, television and live theatrical performance. He wrote and sang the holiday
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Retracking a Trail: Checkpoints; The 2 Suspects Were Stopped By the Police Several Times
NYTimes - over 14 years
The police stopped the men who are now charged in the sniper shootings at least three times, including once here for suspicious behavior, during the three-week rampage, law enforcement officials said today. Each time, the men were let go, by police officers who ran checks on them and their car. In one instance, officers in Washington stopped their
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Ashes and Tears in Lost Battle of Drug War
NYTimes - over 14 years
Inside the blackened shell of a home at 1401 East Preston Street is one of the saddest stories a city can tell. It begins with Angela Dawson, a neighborhood crusader and mother of six, taking a stand against drugs. It ends with Mrs. Dawson and her five youngest children burning to death in an engulfed bedroom and a young man from down the street in
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A NATION CHALLENGED: THE INTERVIEWS; Police Are Split On Questioning Of Mideast Men
NYTimes - over 15 years
Police chiefs across the nation are torn between a desire to assist the investigation of the Sept. 11 attacks by following Attorney General John Ashcroft's request that they help interview thousands of Middle Eastern men and a concern that the plan seems like racial profiling. In Portland, Ore., the acting police chief has refused to participate in
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Kerik Says He Won't Stay On as Police Commissioner
NYTimes - over 15 years
Police Commissioner Bernard B. Kerik, who supervised the New York Police Department as historic crime reductions continued and coordinated the city's response to a frightening new era of terrorism, had twice before said that he would not continue in the job past New Year's Day. But yesterday he made it official. After wavering several weeks ago
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The Way We Live Now: 8-15-99; Body Count
NYTimes - over 17 years
Asked to quantify the social transformation of New York City in the 1990's, many New Yorkers would turn to two obvious figures. One would be the Dow Jones industrial average, which has ascended from the vicinity of 3,300 in 1993 to over 11,000 this year. The other would be the statistic constantly touted by the Mayor and police officials: the
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Jump in Brooklyn's Murder Rate Spurs Prosecutor to Form Study Panel
NYTimes - over 17 years
Disturbed by a sharp increase in murders this year, the Brooklyn District Attorney's office has assembled a task force of investigators to pore over the files on each of its 168 murder cases, looking for clues to explain the surge in fatal violence. Overall crime in Brooklyn remains down, but the homicide rate has climbed 28 percent this year and
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N.J. LAW; Involving the Community In Police Partnerships
NYTimes - almost 18 years
As Sgt. Steven L. Rogers walked out of the principal's office in the Franklin Middle School, a student greeted him with a thumbs-up sign. ''Hey, I just bought you lunch,'' Sergeant Rogers said cheerfully, and reaching into the pocket of his navy blue trousers, gave the student a dollar. Sergeant Rogers, who is supervisor of the community policing
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New Deputy Commissioner
NYTimes - over 20 years
Deputy Police Inspector Edward Norris, the commander for old and unsolved cases, has been appointed as the New York Police Department's latest deputy commissioner for operations, the police said yesterday. Mr. Norris, 34, replaces Jack Maple, a protege of former Police Commissioner William J. Bratton, as the department's top anti-crime strategist.
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Stepson Is Charged In Queens Murder
NYTimes - over 21 years
When Manuel Nunez, 20, went to the 113th Precinct house in southeastern Queens nearly two months ago to help interpret his mother's plea for help in finding his missing stepfather, something about his manner made the police suspicious. His answers, they said, seemed too pat, tailor-made. Yesterday, Mr. Nunez was under arrest on a second-degree
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