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  • Local rapper, wife charged in stabbing after show

    Local rapper, wife charged in stabbing after show
    Baltimore County police have charged a Baltimore woman and her rapper husband in the stabbing death of a man at the Halethorpe bar where he performed Saturday night. Shelbie Mech, 31, and Michael Singer, 35, also known as the rapper "Blizz," were...
  • 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. A grand jury on July 2 indicted...
  • Former BCCC employee sentenced for theft

    Former BCCC employee sentenced for theft
    A 52-year-old former employee of Baltimore City Community College pleaded guilty in Circuit Court on Wednesday to stealing more than $7,000 in student tuition payments and was sentenced to three years' probation and a one-year suspended prison term, the...
  • The hollowing out of government

    The hollowing out of government
    The chemical and fertilizer plant in the town of West, Texas, where at least 15 were killed and more than 200 injured a few weeks ago hadn't been fully inspected by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration since 1985. (A partial inspection by a...
  • Defense opens case in Manning trial

    Defense opens case in Manning trial
    Attorneys for Pfc. Bradley Manning opened their defense of the Army analyst Monday by portraying him as a computer whiz operating under loose guidelines whose decision to leak reams of classified documents was based on a well-intentioned sense of...
  • Yes, we really do keep senior citizens behind bars

    Yes, we really do keep senior citizens behind bars
    One of the ironic consequences of the Maryland Court of Appeals' ruling in the matter of criminals sentenced to life in prison is that it undermines, with fine judicial reasoning, what two Democratic governors tried to keep in place with crass political...
  • Thirteen murderers released after court ruling

    Thirteen murderers released after court ruling
    Thirteen inmates convicted of murder have been released from prison — and dozens more could be freed — after Maryland's highest court ruled that jurors had been given improper instructions in the decades-old cases. The Court of Appeals...
  • Judge allows trial of Jarrettsville woman accused of bestiality to move forward

    A visiting Circuit Court judge from Baltimore County dismissed a motion Wednesday to suppress evidence in a case against a Jarrettsville woman who is accused of bestiality, ensuring the case will likely go to trial. Judge Robert Dugan also reluctantly...
  • Man gets prison term for eBay sale of night-vision goggles

    Man gets prison term for eBay sale of night-vision goggles
    A Florida man who sold military-style night-vision goggles without a license to an undercover agent in Baltimore — believing him to be an overseas buyer — was sentenced to 18 months in prison and three years of probation late Wednesday,...
  • Pair killed in West Baltimore were brother, sister

    Pair killed in West Baltimore were brother, sister
    At home in the middle of the day Wednesday, it turned out that Natasha Bates was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Relatives say Bates, 40, was killed when a gunman opened fire on her brother, 34-year-old Dwayne Robinson Webb, at about noon while he...
  • Bullet holes reported in Aberdeen home [Harford police blotter]

    Aberdeen Maryland State Police and Sheriff's Office report: Ronald Wilson Brown, 25, of the 1300 block of South Philadelphia Boulevard, was charged Tuesday with being rogue and vagabond and theft less than $100. Nathaniel S. Webster, 37, of the...
  • Officials fear court ruling voids crime-fighting tool

    Officials fear court ruling voids crime-fighting tool
    Authorities are warning that a ruling by Maryland's highest court could take away a powerful weapon in the fight against crime: the state's mandatory five-year, no-parole sentence for gun possession by certain convicted felons. The Court of Appeals...