No criminal charges will be filed against Bel Air’s chief of police after a protective order against him was dropped two weeks ago, the town announced Wednesday after an investigation by the Baltimore County Police Department concluded.
The Harford County Council voted to change the zoning of Washington Court in Edgewood from residential to commercial amusement Tuesday, paving the way for a Baltimore-based Coppermine Fieldhouse to potentially buy the property and develop sports fields there.
The expansion of Fallston Village Center will have to be voted on by the Harford County Council before it can proceed and add 51,000 square feet to the complex, which would be used for a daycare and office or retail space, according to documents filed with the Harford County Zoning Board of Appeals.
Andrew Lee Clark, 30, and Shelby K. Phillips, 26, were arrested on Feb. 4 and each face numerous charges of manufacturing and possessing drugs, along with allegedly having multiple guns in their course of drug trafficking.
Attorneys for a New Jersey-based truck driver accused of crashing his vehicle and killing a 7-year-old along with a prominent businessman in Harford County last March requested his trial be moved from the jurisdiction Wednesday. Retired Judge Lawrence Daniels struck the motion down, but stipulated that the proceedings could be moved elsewhere if the court was unable to find an impartial jury.
Three Maryland sheriffs cooperating with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement signaled their opposition to state legislation that would make collaboration with the federal agency more difficult Tuesday.
Scores of people laid down on the smooth, black-upholstered recliners Monday to give blood in the Harford County Sheriff’s Office and American Red Cross’ blood drive — some to honor two deputies slain in 2016, others just to help those they can.
The man who allegedly shot nearly 200 rounds at Harford County Sheriff’s deputies responding to an animal cruelty complaint at his home has pleaded not criminally responsible — Maryland’s version of an insanity defense.
The Harford County Sheriff’s Office and American Red Cross are hosting a blood drive on Monday, Feb. 10, in honor of Senior Deputy Patrick Dailey and Deputy First Class Mark Logsdon, who were killed pursuing a wanted person in 2016. The blood drive will mark the four-year anniversary of both deputies’ deaths.
Bel Air’s Chief of Police Charles A. Moore will remain on paid administrative leave until investigations related to the temporary protective order he was served conclude, the town of Bel Air announced Thursday.
Approximately $104 million has been withheld from U.S. Army facilities specializing in medical and biological research at Aberdeen Proving Grounds and Fort Detrick in Frederick, leading a cohort of Maryland democrats from both houses of Congress to voice their displeasure.
The Bel Air Police Association called for an investigation into Bel Air Chief of Police Charles A. Moore, and the Harford County Sheriff’s Office has referred the matter to Baltimore County’s police and state’s attorney’s office.
The Harford County Council has five candidates to fill the school board vacancy left by the death of sitting board member Kathryn “Kathy” Carmello. They hope to fill the seat by Feb. 18, but cannot promise to.
Bel Air Police Chief Charles A. Moore Jr. was served with a temporary protective order filed by his wife Tuesday. The order outlines several instances where Moore is accused of laying hands on and belittling her and their teenage son, dating back to 2009.
Joseph Daniel Parrish had a lot to say in Harford County Circuit Court on Thursday, against a judge’s admonitions. At a motion hearing for a new trial, Parrish spoke bluntly, telling the court that two innocent men were in jail after the judge gave attorneys 20 more days to prepare to argue motions.
A Harford County District Court judge on Friday denied bail to a man accused of firing nearly 200 rounds at police officers, shooting a neighbor and killing a dog Tuesday night in the rural community of Street.
Harford County Executive Barry Glassman held a public hearing Thursday evening on the county’s fiscal 2021 budget, drawing a crowd of members from the sheriff’s and teacher’s unions who offered scattered kudos but, chiefly, requests for more funding.
A viral social media challenge to slide a penny between two prongs of an electrical plug connected to a wall has led some children to attempt to imitate it. The Maryland State Fire Marshal has some thoughts about that: don’t do it.
A Street man has been charged with attempted murder after he allegedly shot multiple rounds at Harford County Sheriff’s deputies responding to his home Tuesday night, and a neighbor was struck by a bullet.
When Harford County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the 4500 block of Oak Ridge Drive in Street for a report of animal cruelty, they were fired upon by a man holed up in a home, and a neighbor in the area was hit by a bullet Tuesday night, police say.
Harford County’s investment in its volunteer fire and emergency medical services could grow if County Executive Barry Glassman’s proposals for a new fire substation and student loan repayment for EMS workers pass the county council.
Harford County Sheriff's deputies seized 19 guns and more than 100 boxes of ammunition from a Bel Air home after learning a man they'd arrested for reckless endangerment was prohibited from owning firearms because of a previous felony conviction.
Harford County Executive Barry Glassman painted a hopeful picture of the county Tuesday night in Bel Air — school funding, fewer opioid deaths and more money flowing through the county — but the good news was tempered.