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  • Police report fatal shooting in South Laurel

    Police report fatal shooting in South Laurel

    Prince George's County police said a Baltimore County man was found fatally shot in a car in South Laurel Tuesday night. Police identified the man as Dustin Khoury, 17, of Sparrows Point, and said they are investigating this as a non-random shooting. Police found Khoury around 8:25 p.m. Tuesday...

  • Loyola community mourns student slain in Pennsylvania

    Loyola community mourns student slain in Pennsylvania

    When the Loyola University Maryland community gathered last week in the campus chapel, they were holding onto hope that rising sophomore Jimi Patrick would soon return to campus. On Wednesday, about 100 students, faculty and staff again filed somberly into the chapel's wooden pews and offered their...

  • Body camera footage shows officer planting drugs, public defender says

    Body camera footage shows officer planting drugs, public defender says

    Police and prosecutors in Baltimore have launched investigations after being alerted to body camera footage that the public defender’s office says shows an officer planting drugs. One officer has been suspended and two others have been placed on administrative duty, police said. Police said they...

  • Sen. Van Hollen proposes bill honoring Frederick Douglass

    Sen. Van Hollen proposes bill honoring Frederick Douglass

    Maryland Sen. Chris Van Hollen has introduced a bill to create a commission to honor abolitionist Frederick Douglass next year for the 200th anniversary of his birth. Van Hollen announced the measure on Wednesday. He says it's a companion bill to legislation introduced by Maryland Rep. Andy Harris...

  • Laurel man sentenced to 16 years in prison for wife's murder

    Laurel man sentenced to 16 years in prison for wife's murder

    Laurel resident Jason W. Martin was sentenced to 16 years in prison Tuesday for murdering his wife, Carla Dee Martin. Martin, 43, entered an Alford plea in November, meaning the defendant does not admit to guilt but agrees the state has enough evidence to convict him. Earlier this month, Martin...

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