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  • Harford sheriff's deputy accused of firing gun now charged with assault

    A Harford County sheriff's deputy, previously charged with reckless endangerment from an altercation in which he discharged his service weapon during an April traffic stop, was indicted last week on two assault charges.
  • Terps Trio: Wes Brown's case, Baltimore hoops recruiting, football award watch lists

    Terps Trio: Wes Brown's case, Baltimore hoops recruiting, football award watch lists
    Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. Maryland running back Wes Brown has three charges lodged against him. Which appears the most serious?...

    Misdemeanor convicts mistakenly struck from voter rolls

    Misdemeanor convicts mistakenly struck from voter rolls
    About 1,500 people with misdemeanor convictions were mistakenly dropped from Maryland's voter rolls over the past five years, state judiciary officials confirmed Friday. A computer system incorrectly lumped those voters in with felons, who are stripped...

    Police find 'spice' manufacturing, distribution operation in Forest Hill

    Police find 'spice' manufacturing, distribution operation in Forest Hill
    Harford County Sheriff's detectives recently uncovered what they believe is an enterprise to make the synthetic street drug, commonly known as "spice," in Forest Hill. While investigating a possible illegal handgun transaction earlier this month,...

    Law against mass violence threats debated

    Law against mass violence threats debated
    When a judge dismissed the case against a Crofton man accused of making mass-violence threats against co-workers, the losing prosecutors didn't criticize the judge's decision, defense attorneys or even Neil Edwin Prescott, the suspect who walked free....