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Melissa6 portrait Growing up in Ontario, Canada, M.J. was the only child of a single mom.  Her passion for the arts ignited at a young age as she wrote adventure stories and read them aloud to close family and friends.  The dramatic arts became a focus in high school as an aid to understanding character motivation in her writing.  Majoring in Theatre Production at York University, with a minor in English, she went on to teach both elementary and high school for 10 years throughout Simcoe County. M.J. currently lives with her husband and young son in Caledon, Ontario.  She keeps busy these days with her emerging authors’ website Infinite Pathways: hosting writing contests, providing editing services, free publicity tips, book reviews, and opportunities for authors to build their writing platform and portfolio.  In addition she writes articles and edits freelance as she continues her own creative writing working toward completing the next book in the Chronicles Series. Time’s Tempest: The Chronicles of Xannia (1) is M.J.’s debut science fiction novel.  She firmly believes that if she hadn’t been born a Virgo, she wouldn’t be half as organized as she needs to be to get everything done from one day to the next.

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Pigs at it again

Posted: August 21, 2014 in Uncategorized
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3 Dead in Murder Suicide in Glen Burnie, Shooter Was Baltimore City Police Officer

Updated: Monday, October 28 2013, 09:50 AM EDT
Three people are dead tonight after a murder-suicide in Glen Burnie. The suspect, 37 year old Christopher Robinson, was a Baltimore city police officer.  Investigators say he shot and killed his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend, before turning the gun on himself.

The victims are 26 year old Marie Hartman and 27 year old Andrew Hoffman, who was a Baltimore city firefighter and paramedic.  

Marie’s parents, Ed and Pam Chaney, spoke with FOX 45 about the tragic ordeal, praising Hoffman for his heroic efforts to save their daughter.
Ed Chaney fondly recalls his daughter’s laugh – “She loved to laugh at everything” – and the shock their family felt Sunday morning when they learned what happened.

Chaney says that after his daughter Marie ended her relationship with Robinson, he continued to send her messages, flowers and gifts in an effort to win her back.  Still, the Chaneys did not think those gestures could become so violent.

“We had met Chris before. He seemed like a very nice guy, very cordial.  We never suspected anything like this,” says Ed Chaney.

Robinson was a U.S. Marine and became a Baltimore City Police Officer in 2009.  

Sunday morning, officials say Robinson tracked down Marie at her new boyfriend’s home in Glen Burnie.  Marie’s sister was there too and answered the door when Robinson knocked, around 1:30 AM.

Marie’s boyfriend, Andrew Hoffman, told the women to go into a back room.  He then confronted Robinson, who allegedly pulled out his gun and shot Hoffman.  Robinson then fired at Marie Hartman, killing her too, before he shot himself.

Marie’s sister hid in a closet, then escaped through a window and ran for help. 

Marie’s grief-stricken parents are praising Hoffman for his heroic actions, trying to protect their daughters.

“Andy did off-duty was he does on-duty, and with honor.  He was a hero,” says Ed Chaney.

Funeral arrangements are now being finalized for the young couple. “He made her happy.  She told me he was the one,” adds Pam Chaney.

Marie Hartman has just finished school and had plans to become a police officer.  She leaves behind a 6 year old son from a previous relationship.
Hoffman’s family issued a brief statement via email to the media: “It’s hard to imagine going forward without him, but we know Andy died a hero.  That is the way he lived his life and we couldn’t be prouder of him.”

Sunday afternoon, the fire station where Hoffman worked on Hollins Street is shrouded in black, as his colleagues mourn their loss.  Hoffman was a third-generation firefighter with Baltimore City.

A mother and her four young children were killed in a late-night stabbing rampage at their Brooklyn home, and a man has been taken into custody, police said Sunday.
Officers who arrived at the gruesome scene in the Sunset Park section late Saturday found all five victims unconscious and unresponsive, police said.
Two girls, 9-year-old Linda Zhuo and 7-year-old Amy Zhuo, were pronounced dead at the scene, along with the youngest child, 1-year-old William Zhuo. Their brother, 5-year-old Kevin Zhuo, and 37-year-old mother, Qiao Zhen Li, were taken to hospitals, where they also were pronounced dead.
A man identified by police as a person of interest has been taken into custody, but no charges had been filed as of Sunday afternoon. Police said a knife had been recovered at the scene.
Bob Madden, who lives nearby, was out walking his dog when he saw a man being escorted from the building by police. He was barefoot, wearing jeans, and “he was staring, he was expressionless,” Madden said.
Yuan Gao, a cousin of the mother, said the man had recently moved to the area and had been staying with different people.
Fire department spokesman Jim Long said emergency workers responded just before 11 p.m. to a 911 call from a person stabbed at the residence in Sunset Park, a working-class neighborhood of adjoining two-story brick buildings with a large Chinese community.
Neighbor May Chan told the Daily News it was “heartbreaking” to learn of the deaths.

“I always see (the kids) running around here,” Chan said. “They run around by my garage playing. They run up and down screaming.”