Jessica Anderson

Writer

Jessica Anderson started at The Sun in March 2010, writing about a little bit of everything as the night rewrite reporter. She now covers breaking stories across the region with the morning news desk. 

Recent Articles

  • Baltimore man pleads guilty in armed robbery of casino winner

    Baltimore man pleads guilty in armed robbery of casino winner

    A Baltimore man pleaded guilty in the armed robbery of a Columbia man who was followed home from a casino and had his winnings taken. Prosecutors said Khalil Mohammadi, 22, was one of four men who followed the victim from the Live Casino to his home in the 6300 block of Bright Plume Court, prosecutors...

  • Tire fire in East Baltimore creates large smoke plume

    Tire fire in East Baltimore creates large smoke plume

    A tire fire in East Baltimore Monday afternoon created a large smoke plume over the city. A pile of tires on railroad tracks near the 6300 block of Quad Avenue caught fire shortly before 4:30 p.m., Baltimore fire spokesman Roman Clark said. The fire continued to burn causing black smoke over the...

  • Five injured in Catonsville crash Monday

    Five injured in Catonsville crash Monday

    Baltimore County police said five people were taken to the hospital after an accident in Catonsville Monday. Police were called at 11:44 a.m. to Baltimore National Pike and North Rolling Road for an officer-involved crash. Police said four vehicles were involved, and five people were taken to the...

  • Las Vegas shooting: Offering prayer, asking for answers, Marylanders react

    Las Vegas shooting: Offering prayer, asking for answers, Marylanders react

    As news of the mass shooting in Las Vegas, Marylanders turned to Twitter to express concern and offer prayers for the victims. Authorities said at least 59 people were killed and 400 others were wounded when a gunman opened fire Sunday night at a country music festival on the Las Vegas strip. "Our...

  • Randallstown woman sentenced to 2 years for injecting clients with nonmedical silicone

    Randallstown woman sentenced to 2 years for injecting clients with nonmedical silicone

    A judge sentenced a Randallstown woman Friday to two years in prison for injecting a liquid silicone used in caulk and other nonmedical products into thousands of customers’ buttocks and other areas of the body, the Maryland U.S. attorney’s office said. Kendra Westmoreland, 55, pleaded guilty in...

  • Suspicious vehicle reported near Curtis Bay school, Baltimore police say

    Suspicious vehicle reported near Curtis Bay school, Baltimore police say

    A suspicious vehicle was reported near Curtis Bay Elementary School Thursday, Baltimore police said. A family member of a student at the school complained about a vehicle to police department spokeswoman Chakia Fennoy said. Southern District officers and school police officers were made aware, she...

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