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A federal grand jury has indicted 10 Baltimore police officers and two repair shop workers as part of a corruption probe in which police are charged with steering motorists with broken cars to a garage in Rosedale in exchange for kickbacks. The...
A federal corruption probe that has already led to more than 30 Baltimore police officers suspended or charged with receiving kickbacks in an alleged towing scheme has expanded to include at least one former officer from a state law enforcement agency....
Seventeen Baltimore police officers were charged Wednesday — and more than a dozen others suspended — in an extortion scheme in which officers are accused of receiving thousands of dollars in kickbacks for steering accident victims to a towing...
Baltimore County's homeless survey first asks for a name, but it makes that answer optional. The second question is, "Where did you spend last night?" Replies, which often came in hushed tones Thursday as the one-day survey was conducted, included a...
Tags: Baltimore County, Family, Homelessness, Prologue, Soups
The brutal beating of Chrissy Lee Polis at the Rosedale McDonald's rightly calls attention to the systemic stigmatization of transgender individuals living in Maryland ("Transgender Advocates See McDonald's Beating as a Turning Point" April 30). Yet the...
Like many other Marylanders, I was shocked and appalled by the brutal beating of a young woman in a Rosedale McDonald's. I have known the people of Rosedale for years, first as their county executive and now as their congressman. I am proud to represent...
The savage assault on a transgender woman at a Rosedale McDonalds last week was exactly the kind of crime that lawmakers in this year's General Assembly had hoped to deter by extending anti-discrimination protections to people who openly change their...
Tags: Baltimore County, Minority Groups, Criminals, Assault, Maryland
Anyone looking for Marcus Antwan Pearson knew to find him on the edge of Normal Avenue, a small, hopeless stretch of one-way street pointing toward Harford Road in North Baltimore. Here, he dealt crack cocaine alongside other young men in T-shirts and...
Tags: Witnesses, Drugs and Medicines, Television, Maryland, Murder
Special to The Baltimore SunOriginally known as a farming community, eastern Baltimore County's Rosedale is recognized today for its comfortable housing, strong sense of community and great accessibility. "At one time, everyone knew one another, and I think that base is still here,...
Tags: Homes, Stock Broking, Maryland, Family, Office Depot Inc.
Sun StaffToccara Green lingered until after midnight that last Sunday in July, eating ribs and ice cream cake and mingling cheerfully with nearly 90 friends and relatives gathered at a backyard barbecue in her honor. She posed for pictures with new baby cousins...
Tags: Iraq, U.S. Army, Norfolk (Norfolk, Virginia), Maryland, Vehicles
Sun StaffThe man at the center of an emerging controversy over Internet postings about Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley's personal life is a Baltimore County native, longtime political operative of Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. and unpublished novelist who writes...
SunSpot StaffAdelman, Kristen (Columbia) Ale, Chelsea (Silver Spring) Best, Brandon (Mitchellville) Boggs, Bradley (Baltimore) Bond, James (Baltimore) Bou, Verick (Gaithersburg) Boyer, DeWayne (Silver Spring) Brewer, Margaret (Silver Spring) Brigham, Elizabeth...
Tags: Ellicott City, Chevy Chase, Maryland, Towson, Middletown
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