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  • Ex-aide to Harford Del. James, brother acquitted of all charges from Annapolis fight

    Ex-aide to Harford Del. James, brother acquitted of all charges from Annapolis fight
    A former legislative aide to Harford Del. Mary-Dulany James and his brother have been acquitted of assault and other charges in connection with a fight in the delegate's office in April. Luke Uriah Kershner Horah, 25, had been charged with second-degree...
  • Jules Witcover: On presidential firings [Commentary]

    Jules Witcover: On presidential firings [Commentary]
    President Obama's firing of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki, transparently dressed up as a resignation under congressional pressure, seemed somehow out of character for a chief executive known for patience and dislike of wielding the knife. The...
  • State launches investigation into licensure of doctor with rape conviction

    State launches investigation into licensure of doctor with rape conviction
    State health officials launched an investigation Thursday into how Dr. William Dando was allowed to practice medicine in Maryland, given his 1987 rape conviction in Florida, and they suspended his medical license because of a sexual assault indictment...
  • State charges dropped for Glen Burnie bomb suspect

    State charges dropped for Glen Burnie bomb suspect
    An Anne Arundel County judge agreed Thursday to drop state charges against a man accused of building bombs in his Glen Burnie home. Todd Dwight Wheeler Jr. pleaded guilty in May to one federal firearms charge and faces up to 10 years in federal prison...
  • Gregg Thomas, suspect in shooting of police sergeant, pleads not guilty

    Gregg Thomas, suspect in shooting of police sergeant, pleads not guilty
    A man accused of shooting an off-duty police sergeant earlier this year pleaded not guilty to attempted murder at a brief court hearing Thursday. Gregg Thomas, 34, is accused in a March attack on Sgt. Keith Mcneill as he sat in his truck outside a car...
  • Aberdeen man pleads guilty to child abuse

    An Aberdeen man pleaded guilty last week to first-degree child abuse causing severe physical injury and could spend nearly 14 years in prison. Branden William Felix, 31, entered the plea in Harford County Circuit Court on May 28. He was sentenced to...
  • Knife-wielding man shot by police in Columbia BJ's receives prison sentence

    Knife-wielding man shot by police in Columbia BJ's receives prison sentence
    A Columbia man shot by a Howard County police officer after pulling a knife inside a BJ's Wholesale Club last summer pleaded guilty in Howard County Circuit Court Wednesday and was sentenced to three years in prison. Howard Carvel Smith, 33, of Harper's...
  • Ravens lineman Jah Reid's misdemeanor battery case set for June 13 hearing

    Ravens lineman Jah Reid's misdemeanor battery case set for June 13 hearing
    Ravens reserve offensive lineman Jah Reid will have a status hearing in his misdemeanor battery case in Florida later this month after a docket sounding Wednesday. Reid's hearing in the Monroe County courthouse will take place on June 13, according to a...
  • State likely didn't know of Allegany doctor's rape conviction

    State likely didn't know of Allegany doctor's rape conviction
    To become licensed as a nurse, a social worker or even to drive around dead bodies in Maryland, a criminal background check is required. But not to get a doctor's license. Instead, the state Board of Physicians asks would-be doctors to voluntarily...
  • Man sentenced in 2003 Essex house party shootings

    Man sentenced in 2003 Essex house party shootings
    A Baltimore man convicted in the 2003 shooting deaths of two men at an Essex party was sentenced to life plus 20 years in prison Wednesday, prosecutors said. Jaron Grade, 36, was first convicted by a jury in December 2004 and sentenced to life plus 20...
  • Alleged attackers at O's game danced to 'YMCA' as victim lay bleeding, lawsuit says

    Alleged attackers at O's game danced to 'YMCA' as victim lay bleeding, lawsuit says
    Two men who are accused of beating a fan at an Orioles game last year danced to the song "YMCA" as their victim lay bleeding with a fractured skull on a concrete floor below them, the man alleges in a $5 million lawsuit filed last week. Matthew Fortese,...
  • Plaintiffs in Carroll prayer case drop ban request

    Plaintiffs in Carroll prayer case drop ban request
    Plaintiffs in a federal lawsuit challenging Christian prayers at Carroll County commissioner meetings have dropped a request for a temporary ban on the practice. The plaintiffs, a humanist group and residents who say they feel alienated by the prayers,...