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Police identified the mother as Jean Davis, age 84, and her son as Paul Warren Pardus, age 50, of Arlington, Virginia. Pardus had no prior criminal record beyond traffic violations, police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said.

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Johns Hopkins (May 19, 1795[1] – December 24, 1873) was a wealthy entrepreneur, philanthropist, and abolitionist of 19th century Baltimore, now most noted for his philanthropic creation of the institutions that bear his name, namely the Johns Hopkins Hospital, and the Johns Hopkins University and its associated divisions, in particular the schools of nursing, medicine, and public health. A biography entitled Johns Hopkins: A Silhouette written by his cousin Helen Hopkins Thom was published in 1929 by the Johns Hopkins University Press.

"WBAL and WMAR are our affiliates in the region, and they were a great help for us," said a CNN spokeswoman. "We were getting early details of the incident from them -- and attributing back to them, of course. We also spoke with Baltimore Sun crime reporter Justin Fenton. And he gave us a lot of details, expecially in the early moments by phone. And his insights were among the best reporting early on."


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