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  • Baltimore police officer indicted on crack, heroin, pot charges

    Baltimore police officer indicted on crack, heroin, pot charges
    A federal grand jury indicted a Baltimore police officer Friday on charges that he was involved in a conspiracy to distribute heroin, cocaine, crack cocaine and marijuana. In an indictment unsealed Friday, federal prosecutors allege that Kendell L....
  • Why is O'Malley only now pushing gun control?

    Why is O'Malley only now pushing gun control?
    In response to the Sandy Hook shootings and the resulting uproar on weapons control, Gov. Martin O'Malley finally proposes legislation limiting the availability of guns purchased by the public and promises to allocate funds for increased safety in schools...
  • Columbia man indicted for fake bomb threats on local Burger King, church

    Columbia man indicted for fake bomb threats on local Burger King, church
    A Columbia man accused of calling in fake bomb threats to a Columbia Burger King and a California church, in addition to allegedly harrassing a Laurel church, has been indicted by a Howard County grand jury. Forrest Dimond, 54, of the 4800 block of...
  • Robbery sting nets alleged Black Guerilla Family members in West Baltimore

    Robbery sting nets alleged Black Guerilla Family members in West Baltimore
    In Baltimore, authorities are finding that if they can't solve a robbery, the next best thing may be to set one up.  Five men - at least three who police say are members of the Black Guerilla Family - were indicted last week in federal court on...
  • Leader of Dead Man Inc. gang renounces group at sentencing

    Leader of Dead Man Inc. gang renounces group at sentencing
    As a federal judge handed down a sentence that will virtually ensure Perry Roark spends the rest of his life behind bars, the founder of Maryland's largest home-grown prison gang renounced his association with the group. Roark, a hulking man known as...
  • Judge cites 'urban terrorism' in sentencing violent robbery crew

    Judge cites 'urban terrorism' in sentencing violent robbery crew
    Early on an October morning, serial stickup man Evan Foreman and his partner got to work just minutes before the two check-cashing store employees in Baltimore's Old Goucher neighborhood. The two robbers waited by the door; then Foreman drew a gun and...
  • Bob Lee Swagger and the truth about JFK

    Bob Lee Swagger and the truth about JFK
    In his new thriller, "The Third Bullet," novelist Stephen Hunter sets his sights on an American tragedy that's also the most famous gun mystery of all time — the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The questions surrounding the shooting as...
  • Gun show opens in Md. amid national firearms debate

    Gun show opens in Md. amid national firearms debate
    Lines wrapped around the exhibition hall of the Maryland State Fairgrounds by noon Friday. Hundreds chatted outside, waiting for the doors to open to Baltimore County's first gun show of year. The parking lots filled up as the afternoon wore on. Amid...
  • Can we finally close the gun show loophole?

    Can we finally close the gun show loophole?
    Whether it's the indelible horror of the massacre at Newtown, Conn., or the tone-deaf response of the National Rifle Association and its allies who have shown themselves so hysterical and paranoid on the subject of gun rights, the public's hunger for...
  • Pressure on neck killed Randallstown teen, witness says

    Pressure on neck killed Randallstown teen, witness says
    An off-duty Baltimore County police officer killed 17-year-old Christopher Brown by putting pressure on his neck, an assistant medical examiner said Wednesday as the state wrapped up its manslaughter case against James D. Laboard. Testimony on the...
  • Six indicted in $4.5 million mortgage fraud scheme

    Six indicted in $4.5 million mortgage fraud scheme
    A federal grand jury in Baltimore indicted six people in a $4.5 million mortgage scheme that allegedly defrauded banks, home buyers and sellers across the state, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Friday. The indictment said a group of six...
  • Flaws in the liberal argument for gun control

    Flaws in the liberal argument for gun control
    Given the typically biased and incomplete information given out by the media on liberal progressive issues such as gun control, it's no wonder Marylander voters polled strongly in support of controls on assault weapons and large-capacity ammunition...