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A Maryland Judge Is Under Fire After She Denied Tyrique Hudson A Peace Order; He Was Later Killed
GLEN BURNIE, Md, (WJZ) — A district court judge is under the microscope this week after a decision to reject a peace order. More than 5,000 people have signed a petition to remove the judge who denied Tyrique Hudson a protective order against his neighbor in February. That neighbor was charged in Hu
Appeals court denies new trial for alleged MS-13 gang member
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland’s highest court has rejected the appeal of an alleged MS-13 gang member sentenced to 11 years in prison after the stabbing of a former gang member.
2019 Hurricane Season Forecasts: Potential Maryland Impact
MARYLAND — While the 2018 hurricane season was a lively one with storms that slammed the Carolinas and the Florida Panhandle, two early forecasts for this year call for fewer storms — good news for Maryland residents and beach-goers. The 2018 hurricane season's activity was about 120 percent of an a
Double-homicide suspect who fled to Mexico extradited to Anne Arundel County, charged
The man charged in the shooting deaths of two Glen Burnie men in March, who fled for Mexico, was brought back to Anne Arundel County Wednesday. Anne Arundel County police’s Fugitive Apprehension team retrieved the man from Texas, where he had been in the custody of U.S. Marshal’s Service after waivi
Four people killed after SUV crashes into utility pole in Maryland; speed was a factor, police say
The phone call woke Ikia Harris a few minutes after 4 a.m. The news was bad. A relative told her that Harris’s aunt and her cousin were among four people killed in a terrible crash in Maryland.
Annapolis mayor says police 'acted appropriately' in Harbour House incident
Annapolis Police determined after investigation that police acted appropriately in an incident at Harbour House on Sunday, according to Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley. In the incident which circulated in a video posted to social media, police deployed pepper spray, displayed tasers and knocked a pers
Anne Arundel County Easter Egg Hunts: Weekend Of April 20
ANNAPOLIS, MD — Easter is nearly here, but kids still have multiple chances to hunt for colorful, candy-stuffed eggs. Luckily, Patch readers have shared details for events they're involved in, while the folks at Easter Egg Hunts also have ideas.
Royal Farms Store Robbed At Gunpoint: Police
EDGEWATER, MD —A Royal Farms store at 301 Londontown Road in Edgewater has held up by a man with a gun early Friday, Anne Arundel County Police say. The robbery was reported just after 3 a.m.
Police: Teenager accosted 76-year-old Glen Burnie man with knife, demanding his wallet
Anne Arundel County police are looking for a teenager who accosted a 76-year-old man while he was unloading groceries from the trunk of his vehicle in Glen Burnie Thursday night.
Police looking for teen in armed robbery of senior citizen
Anne Arundel County Police are searching for a thinly built black teen who is a suspect in the armed robbery of a senior citizen in Glen Burnie. On March 18, 2019 at approximately 9pm, Officers responded for a report of an armed robbery that just occurred in the 7800 block of Park West Drive, Glen B
Police arrest woman in Gambrills prostitution sting
During the month of April 2019, the Anne Arundel County Police Department received complaints regarding possible prostitution activity occurring in the 2300 block of Mt. Tabor Road, Gambrills. The Vice Unit and Western District Tactical Patrol Unit detectives conducted an investigation and located a
Caribbean Photo of the Week: Tortola’s Cane Garden Bay
The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Greg Pittman of Annapolis, Maryland, who sent in this lovely shot from Quito’s on the beautiful Cane Garden Bay on Tortola in the British Virgin Islands.
Annapolis native Dale Lamberth reaches major career milestone
Dale Lamberth didn’t set out to become a basketball coach. The Annapolis native was living in Takoma Park in 1983 when he was literally “thrown into” coaching. “A good friend that I played pickup ball with was working with kids at Takoma Park Boy and Girls Club and needed a ninth grade coach,” Lambe
Upper Marlboro: 5 Local Foreclosures Up For Sale
UPPER MARLBORO, MD — Don't want to break the bank, but still looking to buy a home nearby? Don't rule out the foreclosed properties on the market. You could very well find something really special!
Suspect arrested and charged with First Degree Murder in Dundalk shooting
DUNDALK, Md. — Baltimore County Police have arrested and charged a suspect in the murder of 27-year-old Gerrard Eugene Taylor. Taylor, who was shot on March 27, was pronounced dead on March 29 after being removed from life support at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
Tornado canceled in Maryland
Maryland was under an elevated risk for severe storms Friday, and a tornado watch was canceled early. The tornado watch was canceled shortly before 10 p.m. Several rounds of severe storms moved through the state. The first batch of strong storms and heavy rain moved north of the Baltimore Metro befo
Maryland court won't reconsider denial of new 'Serial' trial
BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland's highest court won't reconsider its rejection of a new trial for a man whose murder conviction was chronicled in the hit podcast "Serial" and an HBO documentary series.
5 New Foreclosures In The Bowie Area
BOWIE, MD — Do you feel like affordable houses are hard to find in your community? No harm in checking out the foreclosed properties on the market. They could be just the thing!
Maryland Weather: Tornado Warning In Effect For Montgomery County
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The threat of severe weather continues to impact Maryland Friday night. A tornado warning has been issued for Montgomery County until 9:45 p.m. The tornado warning includes Bethesda, Aspen Hill and Fairland.
Internal review finds no wrongdoing by Annapolis police in fight caught on video
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — An internal review of a caught-on-video fight involving Annapolis police officers trying to break up a melee has cleared the officers of any wrongdoing, according to a statement issued by Mayor Gavin Buckley.