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  • Man who claimed intervention in rape charged in the attack

    Man who claimed intervention in rape charged in the attack
    As detectives were investigating a rape that had occurred in West Baltimore, the phone rang in the sex offense unit. On the line was a "concerned citizen" who said that a man named Corey Braxton had tried to help save a woman from being raped on North...
  • Howard Co. inmate charged in murder-for-hire scheme

    Howard Co. inmate charged in murder-for-hire scheme
    An inmate at the Howard County Detention Center in Jessup has been charged in a murder-for-hire scheme after police say he solicited an undercover officer, who was posing as a hit man, to kill two people outside the jail. Bernardo Perez-Garcia, 37,...
  • Hail to the chief [Editorial]

    Hail to the chief  [Editorial]
    Almost exactly two years ago this week Anthony Batts arrived in Baltimore to take over the leadership of the city's police department. Since then Baltimore has seen homicides go up, then come down again as Mr. Batts has instituted reforms, shaken up the...
  • Whistleblower detective quitting Baltimore Police amid investigation

    A Baltimore Police officer who became a prosecution witness against other officers convicted of misconduct is leaving the department amid an investigation of his own conduct, his attorney confirmed. Det. Joseph Crystal, who said he found a rat on the...
  • Howard Co. police say Xerox has fixed speed camera data errors

    Howard Co. police say Xerox has fixed speed camera data errors
    Howard County police say their speed camera vendor has corrected a year's worth of inaccurate data the company submitted about the cameras there.  In a letter submitted to the County Council this week, Chief Gary Gardner reported that Xerox State &...
  • Case involving alleged disorderly state trooper turned over to Harford state's attorney

    Case involving alleged disorderly state trooper turned over to Harford state's attorney
    The Harford County Sheriff's Office has wrapped up its investigation into the actions of an off-duty Maryland State Police trooper who was allegedly seen being disorderly and walking around a Jarrettsville restaurant in his underwear earlier this month....
  • Reports of suspicious men around girls in Fallston; road rage knife threat in Abingdon [Harford Police Blotter]

    Reports of suspicious men around girls in Fallston; road rage knife threat in Abingdon [Harford Police Blotter]
    The Harford County Sheriff's Office and Maryland State Police reports: Aberdeen Corey Taylor Tscheschlog, 22, who has addresses in the 100 block of Pulaski Highway and in the 500 block of East Jarrettsville Road in Forest Hill, was arrested Tuesday on...
  • Friends remember Harford woman killed in murder-suicide as funny, fun-loving

    Friends remember Harford woman killed in murder-suicide as funny, fun-loving
    Amy DeSombre recalled one of her oldest friends as a good mother and a funny, fun-loving woman with a passion for life. Another friend remembers long conversations they would have late into the night in high school and beyond. "She has been my best...
  • String of thefts from cars reported at Majors Choice in Bel Air

    String of thefts from cars reported at Majors Choice in Bel Air
    Bel Air police are asking town residents to help find suspects in a string of thefts from vehicles reported Thursday. The thefts occurred overnight between Wednesday and Thursday in the Majors Choice and Shamrock neighborhoods, according to a release...
  • Police aren't soldiers and they don't need military equipment [Letter]

    Police aren't soldiers and they don't need military equipment [Letter]
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's attempt to justify the police department's possession of military equipment to WBAL on the grounds that there might be a terrorist attack is ridiculous. The people to deal with such an attack are the National Guard,...
  • Volunteering in Anne Arundel

    Gardening help Volunteers are needed on Mondays between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. at Lake Waterford Park in Pasadena for garden bed maintenance and more. Volunteers are also needed at Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis to help remove encroaching weeds and invasive...
  • Police use of military-style gear is rarely appropriate [Letter]

    Police use of military-style gear is rarely appropriate [Letter]
    Nothing can justify the looting and violence by those who used the shooting of Michael Brown by a Ferguson, Mo., police officer as an opportunity to destroy the businesses and property of residents who had no hand in what happened and we should condemn...