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  • Balto. Co. teen's mother wants officer arrested

    Balto. Co. teen's mother wants officer arrested
    The family of Christopher Brown — the Randallstown teen who died this month after an altercation with an off-duty Baltimore County police officer — is demanding the officer be charged. "An arrest needs to be made," Brown's mother, Chris, told...
  • Men charged in murder-for-hire after attorney's alleged disclosure

    At Tavon Davis' direction, federal prosecutors say, Isiah Callaway for two years helped orchestrate a scheme to steal hundreds of thousands of dollars from banks. So when the 19-year-old got busted, Davis found Callaway a lawyer, who prosecutors allege...
  • A matter of equality

    A matter of equality
    Howard County's passage of a law last week banning discrimination against transgender people marks another significant step toward full equality for all Marylanders and it sends a strong message that the county will protect its residents' rights...
  • Randallstown residents upset at lack of police presence at meeting about teen's death

    Randallstown residents upset at lack of police presence at meeting about teen's death
    The mother of the Baltimore County teenager who died in a physical confrontation with an off-duty officer called the lack of police representation at a Randallstown community association meeting Tuesday "a cowardly move." Christopher Brown's mother...
  • Arbutus Fourth of July celebration offers hometown feeling

    Arbutus Fourth of July celebration offers hometown feeling
    Lured by its hometown feeling, Arbutus residents, and many others who don't live in the area, endured the heat and 100-degree plus temperatures to enjoy Wednesday afternoon's annual Fourth of July parade. Glen Burnie residents David and Michele Melka and...
  • City firefighter charged with running prostitution ring, unlicensed club

    City firefighter charged with running prostitution ring, unlicensed club
    A Baltimore firefighter has been charged with running an online prostitution ring and unlicensed after-hours club in a Southwest Baltimore warehouse, less than two years after he received probation in Baltimore County in a similar sex trafficking case....
  • Officials: Killings up in Baltimore Co., but no rise in 'random crime'

    Baltimore County ended 2011 with 30 homicides — a spike from the 20 killings in 2010. Still, police say, the homicide tally is one of the lowest in recent years and not a cause for alarm. Police spokeswoman Elise Armacost said 2010 was "an anomaly....
  • Dundalk man not guilty in killing of neighbor

    A Dundalk man is not guilty of killing his 89-year-old neighbor, a Baltimore County judge ruled Wednesday after two days of testimony in a 2010 murder case. Michael W. Hester, who was charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing death of Eleanor...
  • 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...
  • U.S. indicts 22 in Md.-bred prison gang

    U.S. indicts 22 in Md.-bred prison gang
    Nearly two dozen alleged members of a prison gang that started in Maryland and spread across the country have been indicted on federal racketeering charges, including accusations of murder for hire, armed robbery and drug running, officials announced...
  • 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...