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  • West Towson shooter sentenced to life without parole

    The man convicted of shooting a West Towson resident in the back of the neck during a botched late-night robbery in February was sentenced on Tuesday to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Baltimore County Circuit Court Judge Robert Cahill...
  • West Towson man recalls unscripted ending to tale of terror and attack

     West Towson man recalls unscripted ending to tale of terror and attack
    The events that conspired to put a bullet in George Stover's neck in the basement of his West Towson home early this year were straight out of his beloved crime dramas and horror movies — a terrifying 20 minutes that, ultimately, ended up with the...
  • Power of the Purse in Towson combats human trafficking

    The Baltimore County Commission for Women will host a collection of purses in Towson this month as part of a campaign to benefit victims of human trafficking.  As part of the Power of the Purse campaign, new or gently used purses may be dropped off...
  • Towson event calls on Power of the Purse to fight human trafficking

    Towson event calls on Power of the Purse to fight human trafficking
    On Tuesday night, Oct. 23, a purse is the ticket to a good time — and for fighting a good cause — at Power of the Purse, an event being hosted in Towson by the Baltimore County Commission for Women and the Samaritan Women organization The...
  • Power of the Purse goes to work in Towson to fight human trafficking

    On Oct. 23, a purse was the ticket to a good time at Power of the Purse, an event hosted in Towson by the Baltimore County Commission for Women 's and the nonprofit Samaritan Women. The night's goal was to raise awareness — and ultimately money...
  • Baltimore officer indicted in police academy training shooting

    Baltimore officer indicted in police academy training shooting
    The Baltimore police training supervisor who shot a recruit during an unauthorized training exercise last month will face criminal charges after being indicted Wednesday by a Baltimore County grand jury. William Scott Kern, 46, faces counts of second-...
  • Towson Town mall shooter convicted of first-degree murder

    Towson Town mall shooter convicted of first-degree murder
    A Baltimore County jury convicted a man Wednesday of murder in the gang shooting that rocked Towson Town Center mall at the height of the Christmas shopping rush two years ago. Tyrone Chester Brown Jr., 21, was found guilty of first-degree murder for...
  • Shellenberger to request outside prosecutor for Huff DUI case

    Shellenberger to request outside prosecutor for Huff DUI case
    Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott Shellenberger said Wednesday he will request an outside prosecutor to handle the case of County Councilman Todd Huff, who was arrested last weekend on charges of driving under the influence. "We think this is...
  • The case against capital punishment

    The case against capital punishment
    The Maryland Senate's vote today to repeal the death penalty was a milestone in an effort to remove from the law a sentence that puts vengeance above justice, fails to deter crime and provides for the families of victims not the closure they crave but...
  • Command failure in police training accident

    Command failure in police training accident
    The breakdown that led to the shooting of a University of Maryland police officer during a training exercise last week does not appear to be a matter of insufficient policies and procedures. The Baltimore City Police Department, whose officer has been...
  • Balto. Co. woman murdered despite police safety watch

    The woman stabbed to death in her Garrison apartment this week was under police watch and had sought a court order for protection against her alleged killer, a former boyfriend who had been threatening her for years, Baltimore County police said Thursday....
  • Families share grief, but differ on the death penalty

    Families share grief, but differ on the death penalty
    Sandra Richardson and Bonnita Spikes have much in common. Both live in Upper Marlboro and are churchgoing Christians who have worked in nursing. Both have dealt with the pain of losing people they loved in murders. When it comes to the death penalty,...