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  • Gunmen rob Pasadena 95-year-old woman at home

    Gunmen rob Pasadena 95-year-old woman at home

    Anne Arundel County police are searching for two men who robbed a 95-year-old woman at gunpoint in Pasadena early Wednesday morning, police said. The woman was returning from work at a nearby bar to her home on Fort Smallwood Road around 2:15 a.m. when the men approached her, police said. The robbers...

  • Annapolis man charged with murder in Glen Burnie shooting

    Annapolis man charged with murder in Glen Burnie shooting

    An Annapolis man was charged with murder Tuesday as police say he shot and killed a man in Glen Burnie last year. Darius Mackell, 19, of Annapolis, faces first- and second-degree murder charges in the shooting death of Dante Simmons on July 2, 2018. Anne Arundel County Police had been searching...

  • Hospital accreditation agency seeks review of shooting outside University of Maryland Medical Center

    Hospital accreditation agency seeks review of shooting outside University of Maryland Medical Center

    The agency that accredits the nation’s hospitals has asked the University of Maryland Medical Center for a review of the Feb. 4 shooting of an employee in the affiliated School of Medicine just outside the hospital. The 24-year-old victim was near an ambulance bay off Redwood Street when he was...

  • Maryland school nurse admits to having oral sex with 3 students, say cops

    Maryland school nurse admits to having oral sex with 3 students, say cops

    A Maryland high school nurse has been busted for sexual acts involving four students. Samantha Marsh, who works at Crisfield High School & Academy in Crisfield, Md., has been charged with sexual offenses involving the teens, Maryland State Police said on Wednesday. In all, she is facing 10 counts...

  • Second day of deliberations ends with no verdict in murder trial of Baltimore man accused in shooting spree

    Second day of deliberations ends with no verdict in murder trial of Baltimore man accused in shooting spree

    A second day of deliberations concluded Wednesday with jurors undecided in the murder trial of Mausean Carter, the Northwest Baltimore man accused of a vigilante war on drug dealers. Baltimore Circuit Judge Robert Taylor Jr. ordered the jury to return Thursday and continue deliberations. The jurors...

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