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Prosecution

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  • Alleged criminals released from jail due to paperwork mishaps

    Alleged criminals released from jail due to paperwork mishaps
    Jeffrey Bryant should have been in a Baltimore jail on the night he came to the door of Ronald Reives' apartment. Instead, police say, Bryant and two other men attacked Reives — one of them stabbing him in the back and puncturing his lung. Because...
  • Ride raises money, awareness for bicycle safety

    Ride raises money, awareness for bicycle safety
    More than 400 cyclists traversed scenic, rural Baltimore County roads on Sunday to raise money for bicycle safety, paying tribute to a cyclist killed on one of those byways. The event was the fourth Larry's Ride, launched by family and friends of...
  • Fear of 'legal consequences' drove Hopkins' blog controversy

    Fear of 'legal consequences' drove Hopkins' blog controversy
    When an interim engineering dean at the Johns Hopkins University asked a well-known cryptography professor to remove a blog post about the National Security Agency from university servers, he said he did so because he feared “legal consequences.&...
  • Cameras on cops

    Cameras on cops
    Over the years there have any number of citizen complaints about police use of excessive force and other misconduct, including some high-profile cases where suspects died while in custody. But too often investigations into such complaints end in a...
  • Alleged Navy football sexual assault victim drunk, not out of control, friends testify

    Alleged Navy football sexual assault victim drunk, not out of control, friends testify
    Friends of the woman at the center of a sexual assault investigation involving three members of the Naval Academy football team testified Monday that she appeared intoxicated on the night of the alleged attacks. But none of the witnesses at a...
  • Attorneys in Naval Academy sex assault case wrap up arguments

    Attorneys in Naval Academy sex assault case wrap up arguments
    Prosecutors told a military hearing officer on Tuesday that three Naval Academy football players engaged in sexual acts with a drunken female midshipman at an off-campus party last year and then lied about it repeatedly to investigators. Lawyers for the...
  • Council blocks mayor's plan to use recreation and parks money to fund new prosecutors

    Council blocks mayor's plan to use recreation and parks money to fund new prosecutors
    The City Council has rejected the mayor's plan to take money from the Department of Recreation and Parks budget to pay for two new highly touted prosecutor positions. Council members voted unanimously Monday to reject the mayor's proposal to use $100,000...
  • Woman caught with pink stun gun at BWI airport

    Woman caught with pink stun gun at BWI airport
    A Puerto Rican woman was charged with a weapons violation at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport after security officials located a pink stun gun in her carry-on bag, according to local authorities. The Transportation Security Administration, which screened...
  • Four men plead guilty in kidnapping scheme seeking money, drugs

    Four men have pleaded guilty in a scheme to extort money and heroin by kidnapping an 8-year-old boy, according to the Baltimore State's Attorney's office. Raheem Taylor, Randy Ennis, Gary Stokes and Nathaniel Booker pleaded guilty on Friday to charges...
  • Money stolen from a diaper bag in Aberdeen [Harford Police blotter]

    Money stolen from a diaper bag in Aberdeen [Harford Police blotter]
    Aberdeen Ryan William Burkey, 28, of the first block of Lewis Drive, was charged Friday with failing to drive right of center, negligent and reckless driving, driving even though his license was suspended, failing to control speed to avoid collision,...
  • Nine Baltimore store owners charged in $7 million food stamp fraud

    Nine Baltimore store owners charged in $7 million food stamp fraud
    A federal grand jury in Maryland has indicted nine Baltimore business owners alleging almost $7 million in food stamp fraud.  The scheme, called "food stamp trafficking," involved the store owners redeeming food stamp benefits in exchange for cash and...
  • Maryland food stamp fraud alleged against Baltimore stores

    Maryland food stamp fraud alleged against Baltimore stores
    A federal grand jury indicted 10 Baltimore business owners or operators on charges of stealing nearly $7 million from food assistance programs by agreeing to debit cash for beneficiaries without selling food — then keeping a cut of the proceeds....