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  • Man given chance to reform caught in drug raid, Baltimore police say

    Man given chance to reform caught in drug raid, Baltimore police say
    A new anti-violence program led Baltimore police to raid the home of a convicted drug dealer they had hoped to reform, and to nearly $4 million worth of drugs and cash, a significant seizure for the department. Standing over a table displaying $825,...
  • Aberdeen man receives 12-year sentence for child porn possession, sexual abuse

    Aberdeen man receives 12-year sentence for child porn possession, sexual abuse
    A 21-year-old Aberdeen man was sentenced Sept. 18 to 12 years in prison for sexual abuse and possessing child pornography, according to the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office. Marcus Smith will also spend 25 years under supervised probation upon his release...
  • Baltimore spending panel asked to approve back pay for suspended officer

    Baltimore spending panel asked to approve back pay for suspended officer
    Baltimore's spending panel is asked Wednesday to approve about $4,700 in back pay for a city police sergeant who was suspended without pay after allegedly pointing a gun at her 20-year-old son's head. The Board of Estimates will vote whether to pay back...
  • Steve Bisciotti, Ravens issue rebuttal to ESPN report

    Steve Bisciotti, Ravens issue rebuttal to ESPN report
    The Ravens have issued a lengthy rebuttal to an ESPN report that alleged that coach John Harbaugh wanted to cut former running back Ray Rice and also was aware in February the full details of Rice's physical altercation with his then-fiancee. Below is...
  • State to appeal ruling on voting by disabled

    State to appeal ruling on voting by disabled
    The state attorney general's office is appealing a federal judge's ruling ordering Maryland to use an absentee ballot-marking technology for the disabled that the Board of Elections had refused to certify as secure. The state will ask the 4th U.S....
  • Harford, state settle suit with man involved in 2013 altercation with deputy

    Harford, state settle suit with man involved in 2013 altercation with deputy
    Harford County and the State of Maryland have agreed to pay $35,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by a Jarrettsville man who was injured during a 2013 high speed chase involving Harford County Sheriff's Office deputies. In his suit, filed April 8 in...
  • City reacts to downtown shooting; seeks end to 'senseless' violence

    City reacts to downtown shooting; seeks end to 'senseless' violence
    As Baltimore's mayor on Wednesday consoled the family of a hospital worker used as a human shield during a gang shooting downtown, elected officials and community activists called on the city to do more to combat gang violence. The killing of Brandon...
  • Judge rules man on trial for 2013 murder is competent to stand trial

    Judge rules man on trial for 2013 murder is competent to stand trial
    A Baltimore County judge ruled Monday that a man on trial for killing his ex-girlfriend is competent to stand trial. Circuit Court Judge Ruth Ann Jakubowski called for the additional evaluations of Jeffrey Shiflett last week after his attorneys argued...
  • Prince George's Co. to limit holding immigrants for the feds

    Prince George's Co. to limit holding immigrants for the feds
    Prince George's County will become the state's second jurisdiction to stop honoring federal requests to hold illegal immigrants beyond their scheduled release unless agents can demonstrate it is likely that they have committed a crime, county officials...
  • Glen Burnie bomb-maker sentenced to 46 months in prison

    Glen Burnie bomb-maker sentenced to 46 months in prison
    A Glen Burnie man who admitted to building bombs in his home was sentenced in federal court Thursday to nearly four years in prison. Todd Dwight Wheeler Jr., 28, wasn't the "next mad bomber," according to his attorney. Laura Robinson described Wheeler as...
  • Looking Out: Same-sex marriage may be headed back to the Supreme Court

    Looking Out: Same-sex marriage may be headed back to the Supreme Court
    The U.S. Supreme Court is meeting on Monday for the first time since June, and could make a decision to hear a new same-sex marriage case. On the justices' agenda for the closed-door conference are appeals to cases in Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia...
  • Cardin joins rights groups seeking new racial profiling guidance

    Cardin joins rights groups seeking new racial profiling guidance
    Sen. Ben Cardin has joined a coalition of civil rights groups in pressing the Obama administration to finish a years-old review of its guidance on racial profiling, an effort supporters say should be a priority following this summer's upheaval in...