In the early hours of a Sunday morning in March, Kianga Mwamba was on the way home from a family gathering and about to stop to pick up her children some food at the all-night restaurant Valentino's. But as she got near, she stopped to record a group of police arresting a man across the street.
Inside an empty brick house in East Baltimore this month, city police located a man who had been reported kidnapped. He was zip-tied, bleeding and suffering from numerous injuries from being beaten with a bat, police say.
Michael Pecht feels like Sherlock Holmes sometimes, and not just because he plays violin on the side. He runs a 120-person engineering team at the University of Maryland where he and others get to figure out why something is going wrong — from windshield wipers to highly technical parts.
A phone call from Tom Brattan wasn't entirely unexpected. After all, Tad Shields expected his star defensive back, Jacquille Veii, to impress the Maryland assistant during the Terps' summer football camp last week.