Norwood Johnson and Nyghee Johnson, two brothers who were charged with the shooting deaths of Stanley Brunson Jr. and Shameek Joyner at a Towson apartment complex in April 2018, were convicted of second-degree murder and drug offenses.
A man was killed and two others were injured in a shooting in South Baltimore’s Cherry Hill neighborhood on a violent Monday afternoon during which four people were shot, two fatally, in a three-hour span.
A law banning the sale of cats and dogs at pet shops in Maryland was upheld as a federal judge ruled the No More Puppy- and Kitten-Mills Act passed by the General Assembly last year does not violate the U.S. Constitution.
Police say they have arrested the man suspected of shooting and wounding of two detectives Wednesday night, ending the daylong manhunt that locked down a suburban peninsula in northern Anne Arundel County.
Chad Arrington, who also goes by the stage name Chad Focus, pleaded guilty in federal court Monday as he faced charges that he spent about $4.1 million with a company American Express card, which helped him maintain the illusion that Chad Focus was the “No. 1 recording artist in the world.”
A new federal indictment claims that a Maryland man accused of belonging to a white supremacist group that wanted to kill people at a Virginia guns rights rally destroyed his cellphone on or about the day he first appeared in court.
The Social Security Administration announced that it will make further changes to the Woodlawn-based agency’s telework program, months after ending a pilot program that allowed some 12,000 employees to work one or two days from home.
Philip Michael Loverde, a licensed plumber, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to extort under color of right as he admitted to aiding a DPW supervisor in a scheme to install water and sewer lines for private developers for cash through faked invoices.