Maryland law enforcement officers who have been killed since 2010
The following are law enforcement deaths in Maryland since 2010, as obtained from The Sun's archives and police departments.
Commissioners, Sheriff's Office, community college to offer pathway to associate's degree for cadets
A new program will allow police academy cadets to earn an associate's degree from Carroll Community College as they train under the Carroll County Sheriff.
Section of Route 23 closed, several houses evacuated after propane truck crashes in Jarrettsville
Route 23 between Salem Church and Schuster Roads in Jarrettsville is closed as Maryland State Police investigate a crash involving a truck carrying propane.
Man arrested in Parkville after fleeing traffic stop on I-695
The man was arrested Tuesday morning in Parkville after fleeing a traffic stop on the Beltway.
New Windsor man charged with intent to distribute drugs
A New Windsor man was arrested June 25 after police allegedly found syringes and pills inside his vehicle.
Cousin of Maryland inmate arrested in second prison drug bust in as many days
The cousin of a Maryland inmate was arrested in an alleged attempt to smuggle the narcotic suboxone into a Jessup prison Saturday afternoon.
Two charged with assault after soccer fight results in injuries, man's ear allegedly bitten off
Two men face assault charges after fighting allegedly broke out among players and spectators at a Hampstead soccer tournament Sunday.
Reports of domestic violence rise in central Baltimore County
Domestic assault accounts for most of the rise in violent crime in the central area, county officials say.
First responders, medics carry burden when deaths occur
For police officers and doctors alike, telling family members a loved one died is part of the job.
Maryland State Police begins review of Baltimore Police Det. Sean Suiter's death
Suiter’s death remains controversial — it is officially a homicide, with questions raised about whether he killed himself and staged it to look like a murder.
Hampstead man robbed Eldersburg store after Googling robbery advice, police say
Joshua Matthew Johnson, of Hampstead, was charged with the 2017 armed robbery of an Eldersburg 7-Eleven.
Baltimore man charged with cutting Westminster Walmart fence, stealing dozens of car batteries
Richard Lee Turner was charged with stealing more than $8,000 worth of car batteries from Walmart, an incident police say was part of a theft string.
Baltimore man arrested after allegedly supplying illegal drugs to Carroll County
A Baltimore man suspected of supplying Carroll County with illegal drugs was arrested in Baltimore on Monday, according to a Wednesday afternoon news release.
22-year-old New Windsor man killed, two Carroll men injured in Frederick County crash, police say
The driver killed in a Tuesday crash on Md. 26 in Frederick County, near the Carroll County border, was a Carroll resident, according to Maryland State Police.
Volunteer firefighter dies after responding to fatal crash in Frederick County near Carroll border
A volunteer firefighter died while responding to a fatal crash on Route 26 in Frederick County, near the Carroll County border, on Tuesday.
Nonprofit View: Catherine's Cause working to keep the roads safer
Catherine’s Cause is a 503c nonprofit organization that is committed to the education of people convicted of DUI or DWI, as well to students and the community.
Pedestrian dies after being struck by tractor trailer on I-95 in Howard County
Maryland State Police say a man was killed after being struck by a tractor trailer on Interstate 95 in Howard County Sunday.
Maryland State Police arrest Charles County man wanted in connection with fatal October crash
Maryland State Police have arrested James Anthony Christian in Virginia in connection with an October crash near Port Tobacco that left an 18-year-old dead.
Dayhoff: Remembering a police officer, horse trainer who had a library of 'institutional memory'
The death of Moe Krome is great loss for Carroll and law enforcement throughout the state. A library of information and institutional memory has been lost.
13 firearms seized from home of Finksburg man prohibited from possessing them, court records show
Authorities seized 13 firearms and ammunition on May 30 from a Finksburg man allegedly not permitted to possess them, court documents show.
State employee charged with possession of child pornography; witness claims he viewed images at work
Stephen Cormack, a Department of General Services employee, is charged with possession of child pornography.
Almost one year after allegedly stealing vehicle from Koons Toyota, Westminster woman charged
A Westminster woman was arrested Friday, nearly one year after she allegedly stole a vehicle from Koons Toyota of Westminster.
Editorial: Be vigilant, learn about programs to increase motorcycle safety
Monday was National Ride to Work Day and the Highway Safety Office and Maryland State Police reminded motorcyclists of two programs designed to keep them safe.
Two flown to Shock Trauma after New Windsor Road crash
The injuries to the two females flown to shock trauma are “severe” but are “more than likely non-life-threatening,” a Westminster fire official said.
Maryland State Police charge man with impersonating officer on I-695 near Greenspring Avenue
Maryland authorities have arrested a Virginia man who they say was impersonating an officer on Baltimore's Interstate 695.
Westminster man charged with assault, theft of cellphone
A Westminster man is charged with theft and assault after being arrested Wednesday.
'I like how it’s loud!': Children get up close with fire trucks, tow trucks — all kinds of trucks
Kids poured into the parking lot at St. John Catholic School for the Touch a Truck event, where they could learn about all kinds of trucks — touching allowed.
Maryland police arrest 58 during national child sex predators investigation
"Operation Broken Heart" yielded nearly 60 child sexual exploitation arrests in Maryland.
18-year-old from Bel Air served summons for vandalism caused by slingshot
The 18-year-old who allegedly used a slingshot to fire bullets and marbles at windows was served a summons late Friday, the Harford County Sheriff’s Office sa
Maryland officials: Inmate killed in altercation in exercise yard at Western Correctional Institution
Maryland State Police said Sunday that 33-year-old inmate Herbert Mayes was dead where he fell inside the Western Correctional Institution in Cumberland.
Bel Air MVA shut down temporarily Monday morning as State Police investigate threat
The MVA in Bel Air was temporarily shut down Monday morning while Maryland State Police investigated a threat made by a woman at the building.
Westminster man charged with assaulting woman, possessing brass knuckles
A Westminster man was arrested Wednesday after allegedly beating a woman and possessing brass knuckles at the Boston Inn.
Law Enforcement Torch Run unites community, raises funds for Special Olympics
The Carroll County Law Enforcement Torch Run brought together more than 200 participants Wednesday to raise money for Special Olympics.
Police identify man killed in single-vehicle collision in Mount Airy
Police identified the driver as Jamie Lee Nottingham, 32, of Monrovia, in a news release Wednesday afternoon.
Special Olympics torch will be passed to Howard County Thursday
The Special Olympics Torch, known as the “Flame of Hope,” will make its way through Howard County Thursday morning.
Teen suspected in up to 20 incidents of vandalism using slingshot, marbles, unfired bullets
An 18-year-old from Bel Air is suspected in possibly 20 incidents of using a slingshot to fire small objects at homes and businesses over six days last week.
Bel Air police to sponsor implicit bias training for its officers, others later this summer
Bel Air Police Department will train its officers and any others in Harford County who are interested in implicit bias later this summer.
Nearly 40 tons of green beans shut down Md. 30 in Greenmount
Northbound Md. 30 was closed near Brodbeck Road in Greenmount Monday afternoon, after nearly 40 tons of fresh produce spilled from a tractor trailer.
Man sentenced to 3 years after pleading guilty to DWI homicide
William Charles Jr. pleaded guilty to driving while impaired resulting in homicide and was sentenced to the maximum of three years incarceration Monday.
Pennsylvania man died after motorcycle crash in Port Deposit
A Pennsylvania man died after he tried to pass a school bus and lost control of his motorcycle in Cecil County.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan names new members of handgun board
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is nominating five men to the state’s Handgun Permit Review Board, which is likely to exist only for a matter of months.
Maryland State Police investigating whether troopers teased man whose boat fell off trailer on Route 50
Maryland State Police are investigating allegations that troopers teased and live-streamed a man whose boat fell off its trailer onto Route 50.
Colorado man charged with sexual solicitation of a minor in Bel Air
Scott L. Dye, 40, of Colorado Springs, was arrested in Bel Air on charges of sexual solicitation of a minor.
Two Baltimore teens in custody in Harford, one person at-large after chase into Maryland from Pennsylvania
A chase involving state troopers and two vans started in Pennsylvania and ended in Harford County. Police arrested one man are searching for two others.
Off-duty Maryland police officer killed in motorcycle crash on Capital Beltway
An off-duty police officer in Prince George’s County died in a late-night crash after he was thrown from his motorcycle and struck by two vehicles.
Mount Airy man, 19, dies in motorcycle crash in Frederick County
A 19-year-old Mount Airy man was killed Monday, May 27 after losing control of his motorcycle, Maryland State Police said.
Hogan was wrong to veto the Handgun Permit Review Board repeal
Governor's veto means Maryland State Police decisions about handgun permits are destined to be undermined again.
Maryland's new laws: banning foam food containers, raising tobacco-buying age, reforming UMMS board
Maryland lawmakers passed hundreds of bills this year. Here’s a look at which ones became law and which ones were vetoed by Gov. Larry Hogan.
Westminster man sentenced to 30 years for producing, possessing child pornography
A federal judge has sentenced a Westminster man to 30 years behind bars for producing and possessing child pornography.
Belcamp man charged with possession of child porn
Sandeep M. Patel of Belcamp is charged with eight counts of possession of child pornography, according to Maryland State Police.