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  • Court upholds cell phone monitoring across state lines

    Maryland's highest court has upheld a law allowing police to listen in on cell phone calls that suspects make outside the state, a tool that authorities say is key to fighting the drug trade. The 5-2 Court of Appeals ruling is a victory for law...
  • Jurors weigh Owings Mills murder case

    Jurors weigh Owings Mills murder case
    Six weeks after Scott M. Greenberg was found shot to death in his parents' house in Owings Mills in August, 2009, police arrested Gerald E. Sears and charged him with murder, robbery and drug-dealing. Police never found the murder weapon, or the wallet,...
  • Keith Mapp retires after 20 years with Laurel Police

    Keith Mapp retires after 20 years with Laurel Police
    Sitting outside the Laurel Police Department on Thursday morning, Sept. 27, Maj. Keith Mapp felt a sense of freedom. He had already turned in his work cell phone, his patrol car — the material things that linked him to the department and ensured he...
  • Bicyclist assaulted, robbed in Annapolis

    Bicyclist assaulted, robbed in Annapolis
    A man told Annapolis police he was riding his bicycle on Sunday on Calvert Street near Rowe Boulevard when four or five men approached him and one knocked him off his bicycle. The bicyclist told police that around 2:30 a.m. an assailant in a group of...
  • Harford County police blotter

    The Harford County Sheriff's Office and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Richard Eugene Somner, 49, whose address is at the Travelodge in the 800 block of West Bel Air Avenue, was charged Thursday with failing to register as a sex offender with...
  • In Baltimore area, churches' bell towers also cell towers

    In Baltimore area, churches' bell towers also cell towers
    The stone marker in Catonsville Presbyterian Church's steeple tower is dated 1921, dedicated "to the Glory of God." Next to it is a black ladder with caution signs tied to its rungs, warning of radio frequency fields in the narrow space above. In the...
  • Teen charged in 10 robberies after detective's proactive patrol pays off

    Teen charged in 10 robberies after detective's proactive patrol pays off
    After gathering information this spring on a series of armed robberies clustered around a few blocks in Southwest Baltimore, police say Det. George Cannida had a hunch where the suspects might strike next.  His intuition apparently paid off: after...
  • Better: How I found out my cell phone doesn't work under water

    "Congratulations," said Doug. "You have a new exhibit for your Things I Accidentally Put in the Washing Machine Museum." Over the years, I may have inadvertently laundered money, gum, ball-point pens, tools and hardware, entire wallets, floppy disks...
  • Woman choked, robbed while walking in Catonsville Sunday

    A 46-year-old woman was choked, thrown to the ground and robbed while walking in Catonsville early Sunday morning, according to Baltimore County police. The incident took place near the intersection of North Rolling and Geipe roads as the woman was...
  • National Weather Service to launch severe weather text alerts

    Weather radios have been the de facto means of weather emergency communication for decades, but the National Weather Service is bringing its warnings into the 21st Century. Starting in May, the agency will begin texting tornado, flash flood and other...
  • Towson Crime Log: Man assaulted, robbed while walking home from work

    A man was attacked last week in Towson by two men who assaulted him with a handgun, according to Baltimore County Police reports. The was walking home from work at Hillsway Avenue and Halstead Road, at 11:30 p.m. April 30. He was confronted by two men...
  • Historians fret fate of War of 1812 sites

    Historians fret fate of War of 1812 sites
    On a grassy hill a mile west of the Patuxent River, historian Ralph Eshelman can see the same bucolic view of fields and placid water anxious British soldiers likely saw when they landed in the summer of 1814 — the first stop in their campaign to...