Mystery of NSA leak lingers as case of Glen Burnie man who stole documents winds up
Later this month, about three years after a raid on his home, the case against Harold Martin is scheduled to be resolved in Baltimore's federal court.
Will Baltimore have to pay for rogue Gun Trace Task Force officers' misdeeds? One lawsuit is a bellwether.
Attorneys and city leaders are closely watching a lawsuit that may prove a bellwether for the raft of police corruption lawsuit
Towson-area crime: Homeowner punches man trying to climb through his bedroom window
Crime in the Towson and Cockeysville precincts reported in the last week.
Baltimore man calls police to report break-in, discovers cops are the ones who broke in
When Mason Pruett called police to report a burglary of his home in the 400 block of N. Kenwood Ave., he was told that officers had caused the mess.
Columbia welfare society board members arrested, charged with 50 counts of animal cruelty
Two board members at the Animal Welfare Society in Columbia have each been arrested and charged with 50 counts of animal cruelty.
Baltimore County Police: One man shot in Owings Mills home invasion
A home robbery in the 1300 block of Kingsbury Road resulted in one man being shot.
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.
Handler of retired Carroll County Sheriff's Office K-9 dog talks about the job
K-9 Buhl retired from his job in April. What is life like for the police dog now that he's not chasing down crime?
Arrest warrant issued for Baltimore County farmer whose cow was allegedly stolen and taken to Virginia
The warrant was issued because of a complaint brought by Ryan Phillips of Life with Pigs, not because of a police investigation.
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.
Towson-area crime: unlocked vehicle thefts in Towson, burglaries in Cockeysville precinct
Towson-area incident reports between June 17 and 24.
Despite corrupt unit, Baltimore commissioner says plainclothes units are needed to fight crime. Some disagree.
Despite corruption that has sometimes flourished in plainclothes squads, Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison says they still have a place.
Black Guerilla Family gang member sentenced to life in prison
Marquise McCants, 26, was responsible for several murders, stabbings and shootings as a member of the Black Guerilla Family.
After western Towson car theft, police remind people to lock vehicles
After a thief took advantage of unlocked vehicles in West Towson, the precinct's captain is urging people not to leave cars unlocked.
Crime log for Wilkens Police Precinct: Three robberies and 18 burglaries reported from June 14 to 20
Crime logs for Catonsville and Arbutus between June 14-21.
Westminster man charged with burglary after allegedly stealing television from neighbor
A Westminster man was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly broke into a neighbor's residence and stole a television.
Teen charged in thefts, burglaries in his Edgewood neighborhood
An 18-year-old from Edgewood is charged in a series of home burglaries and car thefts in his neighborhood over a span of several days earlier this month.
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.
After allegedly stealing tires from Goodyear in Westminster last year, West Virginia couple charged
A West Virginia couple was charged after they allegedly stole tires from a Goodyear location in Westminster in 2018.
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.
In deadly Maryland gun store heist, burglars were warned cops were coming. Police say they persisted anyway.
Charging documents reveal the suspects were told by the gun shop owner that police were alerted. Then the suspects drove a car into the shop.
Crime log for Wilkens police precinct: Five burglaries reported in Arbutus-Halethorpe area
Other incidents reported in the Wilkens precinct this week include a bank robbery and an attempted cellphone robbery.
Towson-area crime: Armed robber threatened to shoot, rape woman if she didn't give up purse, police said
Crime logs for the Towson and Cockeysville precincts June 10-17.
Howard police charge two in Fox's Firearms burglary
Howard County police have charged a 21-year-old Annapolis man and a 15-year-old from Glen Burnie in connection to 18 guns being stolen from Fox's Firearms.
Baltimore judge dismisses 12 misconduct cases against officers after police department misses key deadlines
A dozen internal affairs charges against Baltimore Police officers were dismissed by a circuit court judge because the department filed them too late.
After contractors allegedly steal Carroll County water, officials warn of damage to fire hydrants
After residents spotted people stealing water from fire hydrants, Carroll County officials are warning that the thefts could damage the hydrants beyond use.
Maryland police make arrests in brazen gun shop burglaries that ended with one suspect fatally shot by officer
Police arrested three suspects — ages 21, 17 and 15 — in connection with gun shop burglaries in Montgomery and Howard counties.
Trial of teen accused of murdering a young Canton bartender goes to the jury
The friends and family of Sebastian Dvorak — a beloved Canton bartender who was robbed and shot while walking home after celebrating his 27th birthday.
Behind the scenes of 'Cops and Robbers' with Justin Fenton (bonus episode)
In this bonus episode of Newsroom Edition, hear more about the reporting process of 'Cops and Robbers,' Justin Fenton's three-part investigative series.
Two Baltimore women convicted in $100,000 retail theft conspiracy
Two Baltimore women were convicted in connection with a retail theft conspiracy in which they pleaded guilty to stealing $100,000 worth of merchandise.
Police investigate possible link between firearm business burglaries in Howard, Montgomery counties
An investigation into whether a Laurel firearms business burglary is connected to a similar crime at a Rockville shop is underway by Montgomery County police.
Maryland gun shop robbery leaves 1 dead; 4 at large after shootout with police
Maryland police said the robbers rammed a stolen car into the shop before a shootout with officers.
Sykesville man arrested, charged with unlawfully taking a motor vehicle
Michael Aaron Dickinson, 28, was charged with unlawfully taking a motor vehicle, theft between $1,500 and $25,000 and rogue and vagabond.
Towson crime logs
'I need to know what happened to my son,' says mother of man who died in a Baltimore jail
A 46-year-old Baltimore man died at the city’s jail on Wednesday, and his family says they have gotten zero answers.
Carroll County Sheriff's Office reports rise in water theft
The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is sending the message that water theft will not be tolerated.
As more people head outside, Sheriff's Office urges them to lock vehicles, remove valuables
As the weather gets warmer, more people are heading outside and that means more opportunity for theft.
Three remaining teens plead guilty in death of Baltimore County police Officer Amy Caprio
Three teenagers charged in the death of Baltimore County Police Officer Amy Caprio pleaded guilty Monday to felony murder charges.
Stolen calf from Baltimore County farm launches protests — including man dumping fake blood outside restaurant
Activists have created a Facebook page called “Friends of Sophie Action Network,” which each day has posted a number of “action items” for supporters to do.
Towson crime logs.
Westminster Police Department hands out annual awards
The Westminster Police Department bestowed its annual awards on May 22.
Baltimore Police video of Inner Harbor ruckus shows youth fights and serious assaults
Footage from Baltimore Police body cameras and the downtown Citiwatch surveillance network shows groups of youths breaking into fights at the Inner Harbor.
Former Westminster woman allegedly confesses to wielding meat cleaver in November attack in Littlestown
A former Westminster woman being held at the Carroll County Detention Center on assault charges has allegedly confessed to a separate meat cleaver assault.
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.
Two sides to Saturday's Inner Harbor incident — and a path forward
When hundreds of teens showed up at the Inner Harbor Saturday it sparked a debate about crime and African American youth with legitimate concerns from all.
Employee at Roses discount store in Lansdowne sprayed with mace, police said
The employee was not seriously injured, police said.
Former Baltimore Police detective sentenced to 12 years in Gun Trace Task Force corruption case
A former Baltimore police detective was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison Tuesday, the last officer to be sentenced in the Gun Trace Task Force case.
2 teens, 20-year-old charged in string of armed robberies in Federal Hill Saturday
Baltimore police said the suspects are accused of robbing people of their cars and phones, including shooting one multiple times with a BB gun.
Taneytown woman charged with burglary, assault after allegedly kicking, spitting at officers
A Taneytown woman was charged May 15 after she allegedly burglarized a home and assaulted a man.