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  • Annapolis police arrest seven in prostitution sting

    Annapolis police arrested seven people last week in a special operation to target suspects soliciting prostitutes, police said Monday. Police had received numerous complaints about prostitution activity in the area of the 200 block of West St. Nearby...
  • Second Linthicum sting leads to prostitution arrest

    For a second time this month, the Anne Arundel County police's vice unit has arrested a woman for prostitution during an undercover operation targeting solicitation activities in Linthicum's hotels area, near BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport. An online...
  • Eight men arrested in North Laurel prostitution sting

    Eight men from Maryland and Virginia were arrested Wednesday in North Laurel following the Howard County Police Department's first "reverse prostitution" sting of the year. The sting put female police officers in plain clothes working undercover in North...
  • Theater Review: 'Ruined' women saved by Pulitzer-winning play

    Theater Review: 'Ruined' women saved by Pulitzer-winning play
    Lynn Nottage does not shy away from a tough subject in "Ruined." Although its story about sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo is not always easy to watch, this Pulitzer Prize-winning play features female characters that you want to watch...
  • FBI committee moves to update rape definition

    An FBI subcommittee made recommendations Tuesday at a meeting in Baltimore to create a new federal definition of rape, moving the agency a step closer to updating the way it counts sex crimes for the first time in more than 80 years. The new definition...
  • Urban 'pioneers' risk much for their 'hoods

    Urban 'pioneers' risk much for their 'hoods
    Chris Taylor peered down the street at the house. It was a vacant. And it was a problem. He'd been getting calls for weeks about this property, about the teenagers hanging out there, the drug dealing and prostitution. He dialed a number, placed his...
  • Occupy Baltimore: One protester's take on the sexual assault memo

    Occupy Baltimore: One protester's take on the sexual assault memo
    The Sun has invited participants in the Occupy Baltimore protest to submit occasional articles describing their experiences, ideas and goals. This one, from Baltimore resident Jenny Gaeng, provides one protester's perspective on a memo circulated at the...
  • Abell Foundation awards grant to city prosecutors

    The Abell Foundation has awarded the Baltimore State's Attorney's Office a grant worth nearly $128,000, which will be used to "double the capacity" of an anti-prostitution program, top prosecutor Gregg Bernstein announced Thursday. One of his deputy...
  • Women from Maryland escape alleged prostitution ring

    The woman, barely in her 20s and estranged from her family, worked two jobs as she tried to launch a singing career. When she started chatting online with the head of "424 Records," she thought she had finally gotten her break. The purported record label...
  • Mixed signals on robberies mar downward trend in Northern District crime stats

    Year-to-date crime in the Northern District is continuing its downward trend in most categories compared to last year, although new robbery statistics are contradictory, the police district's commander told a citizens' advisory group Wednesday. Overall,...
  • 19-year-old California woman charged with human trafficking

    Anne Arundel County police have charged a 19-year-old California woman with prostitution, operating a prostitution ring and human trafficking. Shkoyia Michelle Lomack of Sacramento was arrested Tuesday evening and remains in custody with a June 19...
  • Pasadena man indicted for embezzling corporate money for phone sex, prostitutes

    A 55-year-old Pasadena man was indicted and charged with wire fraud Tuesday for allegedly embezzling more than $885,000 from the fast food franchise for which he served as president and chief executive officer in order to pay for phone sex and...