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  • Why Maryland's death penalty law should be abolished

    Why Maryland's death penalty law should be abolished
    Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott Shellenberger's commentary in favor of the death penalty demands a clarifying response ("'Time to abolish the death penalty in Md.?" Jan. 18). Mr. Shellenberger begins by cherry-picking polling results that show...
  • Senators wrestle with death penalty vote

    Senators wrestle with death penalty vote
    State Sen. Allan Kittleman is torn. When lobbied by the ACLU and the NAACP to repeal Maryland's death penalty, Kittleman asks how he can ensure the most heinous murderers will never kill again. When approached by fellow senators or state's attorneys...
  • 'Celebratory gunfire' cases a challenge to prosecute

    'Celebratory gunfire' cases a challenge to prosecute
    The death of Aaliyah Boyer, a 10-year-old struck down in Cecil County, and the shooting of Laurie Eberhardt, a grandmother hit by gunfire in Florida, share the same perplexing challenge for prosecutors and investigators. Both were watching fireworks on...
  • Former Balto. Co. firefighter indicted on child porn charges

    A former Baltimore County firefighter has been federally indicted for allegedly filming himself performing sexual acts on one male child, and making an explicit video of another. Anthony Maurice Cottle, 23, faces two counts of producing child pornography...
  • 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...
  • Huff pleads guilty to DUI, says he's 'learned from this mistake'

    Huff pleads guilty to DUI, says he's 'learned from this mistake'
    Baltimore County Councilman Todd Huff pleaded guilty Thursday to driving under the influence, telling a judge that he's learned from the February incident and is in treatment for alcohol abuse. Baltimore County Circuit Judge Timothy Martin said he needed...
  • 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...
  • Two murder convictions overturned in Baltimore Co. case

    Two first-degree murder convictions against a Baltimore man serving life plus 20 years in the shooting deaths of two men at an Essex party were overturned Wednesday by Maryland's highest court. The Maryland Court of Appeals ordered a new trial for Jaron...
  • Cockeysville man pleads guilty to child pornography charges

    The U.S. Attorney's Office is reporting that a Cockeysville man, Leo Aragon Evans, 56, pleaded guilty on Friday, March 9, to producing and possessing child pornography. The plea was announced by U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland, Rod Rosenstein,...
  • Death of 86-year-old Catonsville woman ruled homicide; no charges filed

    Two lawn chairs sit on the porch of the red-brick house in Catonsville where Emma and Lloyd Klein had lived for years. One evening last month, police say, 92-year-old Lloyd Klein wanted to walk to a nearby church. But he suffered from dementia, so his...
  • Man pleads guilty in death of Middle River girlfriend

    A Middle River man pleaded guilty Monday in the stabbing death of his girlfriend last year, Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott D. Shellenberger said. Sam Davis, 61, pleaded guilty in Circuit Court to first-degree murder in the death of Jacqueline...