A 24-year-old Laurel man who was shot several times before crashing his pickup truck into a tree has led to the arrest of four suspects in what police are calling a drug robbery gone bad.
A 24-year-old Baltimore man is behind bars and has been charged with DUI and involuntary manslaughter after being involved in a deadly crash in Rosslyn, Virginia. The accident occurred early Friday morning.
A 39-year-old man already facing charges for exposing himself in the lingerie section of a Wal-Mart back in November pleaded guilty on another charge last week for allegedly having sexual contact with an underage girl back in March of 2013.
Two Maryland woman arrested and charged with the murder of two small children have allegedly told police that they were performing an exorcism.
A Huntingtown inmate already serving a 10-year sentence for sex abuse of a minor, got an additional 10 year sentence added to his time for the same crime with the same victim, but for a separate offense.
According to the Governor's Office of Crime Control & Prevention, violent crimes, which are also often referred to as part 1 offenses, were down in six of seven categories in 2012. While the numbers aren't out yet for last year, it is hoped that the previous year's decrease continues. Unfortunately, there are still instances of violent crimes that occur throughout the state.
Drugs can cause people to do crazy things, including theft, assault and even murder. A recent drug-related shooting has left a Maryland man dead. The suspect has been placed under arrest and now faces murder charges for his alleged role in the shooting.
When a man has sex with a woman, he must make sure that she is consenting to the act. When a woman is incapacitated or under the influence of alcohol or drugs - even prescription drugs - her judgment can be impaired. A Maryland woman is accusing her house guest of sexual assault after he allegedly assaulted her while she was sleeping.
The holidays are stressful for many, which can lead to poor decisions for those who are strapped for cash. There are cases where individuals commit theft to cover the cost of family gifts or holiday celebrations. In other instances, individuals take advantage of convenient holiday situations to steal from others. In one Maryland county, the week before Christmas saw an increase in mail theft complaints.
Some people may believe they can outwit authorities when it comes to illegal activity, but drug crimes can catch up to a person at odd times. For three men traveling in an SUV in Maryland on Dec. 27, a traffic stop turned into numerous drug charges. According to authorities, all three men are 20 years of age and were released on bonds of $25,000 following the arrest.