arly last month, a downtown Westminster resident expressed her concern at a Common Council meeting over the spike in criminal activity in her neighborhood. A few weeks later, two separate shootings and an armed robbery occurred in the heart of Westminster. Citizens want to know what's being done.
There was standing room only at the City of Westminster’s Mayor and Council meeting Monday, Aug. 13, as residents attended en masse following citywide concerns of increasing crime, including reports of a stolen vehicle Monday morning.
Two officers from the Westminster Police Department met with residents from The Greens community Thursday after a string of auto thefts and increasing concerns about crime. The officers listened to the community's concerns, fielded questions and offered advice.
A senior deputy with 18 years of service with the Harford County Sheriff’s Office is facing possible termination after he was indicted on two counts of theft scheme, the Sheriff’s Office reported Friday.
Harford County Sheriff's Office Captain Lee Dunbar, left, has been named commander of the Criminal Investigations Division and Captain Michael Crabbs will be replacing Dunbar as commander of the Narcotics Task Force.
The Department of Justice said on Monday that five people had been arrested and accused of scamming more than 900 customers in Maryland and across the United States by moving items onto vehicles and then jacking up their prices. In some cases, they stole customers' items, prosecutors said.
Even when you take precautions and lock your doors, it is, sadly no guarantee. Such was the case earlier this week when a home on Uniontown Road in Westminster was broken into and a car stolen overnight, while the homeowners and their family were inside sleeping.
A man was recently scammed by another man posing as a landlord who rented out a Parkville condo. County law enforcement officials say they have seen before: a shyster breaks into a vacant home, then posing as landlord offers it for rent, takes the deposit and disappears.
Baltimore County police officer has been suspended and another officer is no longer with the department after an investigation into claims made against them in the city police Gun Trace Task Force corruption scandal, the department confirmed Tuesday.
Annie Eissler, chief marketing officer for the vendor, ByteGrid LLC, sought to assuage worries from top Maryland leaders after the FBI last week alerted them to ties between the company and a Russian oligarch.
A District Court judge granted the state's request to postpone an ongoing case against Aaron L. Austin, who is charged with allegedly stealing $92,000 from People's Bank in Bel Air, where he formerly worked.
A Westminster man was charged July 13 after allegedly stealing and pawning a Dewalt miter saw and Ridgid inspection camera, and possessing crack cocaine. Kirk Randall Witzen, Jr. of the 1700 block of Sykesville Road...
A Sykesville man was arrested Thursday afternoon after he failed multiple field sobriety tests and was caught with heroin and a loaded, stolen firearm in his possession, police said. Police charged Kristopher Bell, 26, of the 1000 Block of Courtland Drive, with six criminal charges.
The FBI investigates whether a Maryland "computer glitch" that might have wiped as many as 80,000 voters off election rolls for last month's primary was part of Russia's alleged hacking of U.S. elections.
Unless the Republican Party separates itself from the Trump Party we will see no relief until January 2019, when the Democrats take over one or both houses of Congress. I dread the damage done in the interim.