Five people have been charged with murder in connection with a deadly drug-related home invasion robbery Tuesday in Cecil County. The suspects include an Aberdeen man who is in critical condition after exchanging gunfire with the victim of the home invasion, who later died, according to the Cecil County sheriff's office. Deputies say Kenneth Lee Curry, 19, was targeted because the suspects believed his North East home contained drugs and money. He was shot inside his home in the botched robbery and later died, according to the Cecil Whig. One of the suspects, William L. Dodson, 21, of Rosedale, allegedly bought illegal drugs at the home, then texted the other suspects, who came in and ordered everyone in the home to get on the floor. The other suspects are identified as Tabitha C. Nelson, 23, of the 100 block of Hollis Circle in Elkton; Angela L. Williams, 22, of the 100 block of Harmony Chapel Road in Conowingo; and Devon T. Ellwood, 18, of the 200 block of Mackall Street in Elkton.
—Baltimore Sun staff
The Maryland Transit Administration has released schedules for weekend service on the MARC train between Baltimore and Washington, which starts Dec. 7. The train on the Penn Line will make nine round trips on Saturdays and six on Sundays. The MTA says tickets will cost the same on weekends as they do on weekdays – $7 between Baltimore and Washington; $6 between BWI Airport and Washington; and $5 between Odenton and Washington. Weekly and monthly passes will be honored. Southbound trains from Penn Station will depart on Saturdays between 7:35 a.m. and 9:15 p.m., and on Sundays between 9:15 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Northbound trains from Union Station will depart between 9:02 a.m. and 10:35 p.m. on Saturdays, and between 10:40 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Sundays. For the full schedule, visit: mta.maryland.gov/sites/default/files/Penn-Weekend-Grid.pdf
No. 2 in city prosecutor's office nominated to federal bench
The top deputy in the Baltimore prosecutor's office is in line to become a Maryland federal judge after President Barack Obama formally nominated him for the job Wednesday. The nominee, George J. Hazel, 38, was hired to join Gregg L. Bernstein's team shortly after his election as state's attorney in 2010. Hazel oversees felony cases, including those handled by the office's major investigations, homicide and special victims units. Hazel was a U.S. prosecutor in Washington and Baltimore before joining the city office in 2011.
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