A 52-year-old Churchton man is facing multiple sex crime charges after allegedly abducting a 12-year-old girl. Charges against the man include sexual solicitation of a minor, indecent exposure, false imprisonment, kidnapping, second degree assault, fourth degree sex offense, attempted third degree sex offense and kidnapping a child under 16.
A 54-year-old Maryland man is facing theft by fraud or deception charges after being taken into custody and arrested on July 2. Anne Arundel County police state that his arrest was made in connection with two theft incidents the man allegedly committed in Davidsonville and Glen Burnie.
A 31-year-old Randallstown man who worked as a Baltimore City schools police officer has pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court on July 7 to drug conspiracy charges. Charges against the man include drug possession with intent to distribute cocaine base and conspiring to distribute crack cocaine.
A 58-year-old former Carroll County school teacher and current summer camp employee has been charged with sexual solicitation of a minor and related charges. The charges stem from a July 15 incident in which the man allegedly tried to pay two teenage boys for sex.
A 33-year-old Virginia man is facing 13 charges after allegedly hitting a pedestrian with his minivan and then fleeing the scene. Charges against the man include reckless endangerment, driving under the influence and negligent auto homicide under influence.
A 35-year-old Westminster man is facing more than five years behind bars after pleading guilty and entering into a plea agreement on July 2 for allegedly possessing child pornography. The charges stemmed from two incidents that occurred during September 2012 and March 2013, when the man allegedly used file-sharing software to share pornographic images of children.
A 20-year-old man who was employed as a police cadet for Baltimore County has been charged with 10 counts of drug- and theft-related charges for allegedly stealing drugs from the evidence vault. That vault is located at the department's headquarters. According to court documents, the man was reportedly systematically taking the drugs from the evidence room to sell to his two cousins.
A 26-year-old Maryland man has been charged with theft over $500 and making a false report. The charges stem from an incident in which the man reportedly called police stating that he was the victim of an armed robbery at the store where he worked. In reality, however, police say that he was the one who committed the crime.