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Law Enforcement

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  • Stained-glass artists create 9/11 memorial for Fort Meade

    Stained-glass artists create 9/11 memorial for Fort Meade
    Personnel and guests at Fort Meade gathered Thursday, on the anniversary of the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil, to remember the nearly 3,000 lives lost that day — and pay tribute to 411 fallen first responders with the unveiling of a...
  • Lawyers: Officer accused of killing dog was concerned about pregnant bite victim

    Lawyers: Officer accused of killing dog was concerned about pregnant bite victim
    Lawyers for a Baltimore police officer said he was legally authorized to kill a shar-pei in June and was acting to protect the unborn child of a woman the dog had bitten — an argument the bite victim said she was shocked to hear. Jeffrey Bolger,...
  • WaPo series looks at cash seized by police during car stops

    This week, the Washington Post is running a series on how police work to seize cash during car stops without a warrant or making an arrest -- and data compiled by the paper suggests Baltimore City and Baltimore County police are among the biggest...
  • Be home by curfew [Editorial]

    City officials report that Baltimore police picked up fewer children than expected on the streets late at night after the city's new curfew law went into effect last month. Supporters of the tougher curfew say that suggests parents and children have...
  • In policing, less can be more [Commentary]

    In policing, less can be more [Commentary]
    When it comes to policing, in some places less is better than more. Fewer police departments can result in better protection and better service. In places like Ferguson, Mo., hostility toward the police would be far less likely if the parent St. Louis...
  • Ravens executives address Ray Rice investigation in exclusive interview

    Ravens executives address Ray Rice investigation in exclusive interview
    The Ravens’ top decision makers acknowledged Wednesday that the organization failed in its handling of the Ray Rice investigation and now needs to rebuild trust with its fans. In their first interview since Monday’s decision to terminate...
  • Twice told she'd never run again, Karen Manns ready to run, bike and swim

    Twice told she'd never run again, Karen Manns ready to run, bike and swim
    Dressed in her Baltimore City police uniform, Detective Karen Manns said last month that she is in the best shape of her life. Eleven years ago, however, her career and health were at risk. After hip replacement surgery in 2003, the then-34-year-old was...
  • Eugene Streett: 70 years on Bel Air's Main Street -- and counting

    Eugene Streett: 70 years on Bel Air's Main Street -- and counting
    Not many people can say they have worked for the same business in the same place for 70 years. M. Eugene Streett, the owner of Boyd & Fulford Drugs and a downtown Bel Air living treasure, is one who can. He started working at the Main Street mainstay in...
  • Man wanted on drug charges eludes police — twice

    Man wanted on drug charges eludes police — twice
    Federal authorities are searching for a 34-year-old man wanted for allegedly smuggling heroin from Malaysia inside a children's stroller — and twice eluding police. Adedeji Abiodun Ajala, of Windsor Mill, is charged with conspiracies related to...
  • Tolerance, empathy needed to heal America's racial divide [Letter]

    Tolerance, empathy needed to heal America's racial divide [Letter]
    One of the most challenging things anyone can do is to put him or herself in the shoes of another, especially someone from a different racial or religious background. Yet in a pluralist, diverse society, it's essential that we all be able to do that. As...
  • Howard Grassroots director Andrea Ingram marks 25 years

    Howard Grassroots director Andrea Ingram marks 25 years
    In 1989, Andrea Ingram took a big cut in both pay and prestige to leave her job as director of Montgomery County's Crisis Center for a similar job in Howard County.  Twenty-five years later, neither she nor Howard County has regretted the decision....
  • Seven Harford deputies involved in arrest where suspect died return to duty

    Seven Harford deputies involved in arrest where suspect died return to duty
    Seven Harford County Sheriff's Office deputies who had been placed on routine leave after a drug suspect died following a vehicle pursuit and his arrest last month were cleared to return to work Thursday. The seven had been on administrative leave...