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Prince George’s police, others fix up houses for ‘Christmas in April’

The stuff had been piling up in Mary Bell’s backyard for years. People just kept leaving stuff. Then starting Wednesday, the Prince George’s County police came to clear it away.

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So-Called Juvenile Justice Legislation Puts Marylanders’ Lives At Risk

Our names are Garry and Debbie Sorrells. Twenty-nine years after the birth of our beautiful daughter Amy, she was murdered. Our son-in-law, Tim, has also been victimized by this horror. As such, we have collectively worked to address you in this manner. You may recognize our daughter, Tim’s wife, by her married name, Amy Caprio, […]

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Maryland legislature has unfinished business on police accountability

While actions taken last legislative session were the furthest the General Assembly has ever gone on police reform, significant work remains. As a member of the 2020 Workgroup on Police Accountability, I offered several amendments during our floor debate last year to the 2021 Police Accountability Act that I believe are critical to building transparency […]

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Maryland police charge suspect in 1989 homicide cold case

Police in Maryland have charged a suspect in relation to a 1989 homicide cold case using DNA technology. The Prince George’s County Police Department announced on Thursday that James Clinton Cole, 65, has been changed with first degree murder, rape, and several other charges after allegedly killing 27-year-old Cynthia Rodgers in 1989.

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1 person arrested after 3 Maryland high school students get sick on drug-laced food

Three Maryland high school students were sickened by food “laced with an unconfirmed drug substance” and another youth has been arrested, according to school and police officials. Baltimore County police said the school resource officer at Pikesville High School learned Monday of students suffering from “some type of medical issues,” and medics were requested, news […]

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A Broader Approach to Public Safety

Often, when police officers arrive at the scene of a crime or a call for help, their training kicks in to establish control, seek out potential safety risks and begin laying the groundwork for an investigation. But University of Maryland Police Cpl. Barton Brady has a new way to safeguard the community when he encounters […]

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Queen Anne’s County police lodge collecting donations for Ukrainians and their soldiers

A police lodge is seeking donations to assist Ukrainians and Ukrainian Soldiers. The Queen Anne’s County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #108 is trying to help those over seas who are in need of help.

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