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Frederick Man Charged With Cocaine Distribution Sentenced To 10 Years
A search of Morris’ Charstone Court home on April 6 saw a seizure of $43,049 in cash, which the investigation showed to be proceeds from drug sales.
Five-bedroom near Walkersville closes at $700,000
The following is a list of all other homes sold in Frederick County in the past week through agents and brokers, as reported through the Metropolitan Regional Information Systems database. It does not include homes sold without an agent. The list is provided by Dan Plombon of Mackintosh Inc., Realto
Wintry Weather Mix Anticipated to Cause Big Mess for Morning Commute
FREDERICK, MD. (LG) The Maryland State Highway Administration says it’s ready for whatever Mother Nature brings on Thursday. The National Weather Service is calling for snow, sleet and freezing rain, along with gusty winds.
Teen pleads not guilty to attempted homicide
LEWISTOWN — Chase Michael Amspacker, 18, of Lewistown, pleaded not guilty to eight criminal counts, including attempted homicide, during his formal arraignment before President Judge David Barron on Tuesday.
Mount Airy man denied bail after arrest on drug charges
Benjamin W. Boehl, 36, of the 1300 block of North Oak Cliff Court, was pulled over at 1:25 a.m. when a sheriff's deputy saw him driving a black Nissan Altima against oncoming traffic on Kline Boulevard near West Patrick Street, according to charging documents filed in Frederick County District Court
Area man accused of murder pleads not guilty
Marcus Benn, 32, was arraigned on charges returned by a Berkeley County Grand Jury in October. These charges include murder, person prohibited from possession of a firearm and six counts of malicious assault.
Man pleads not guilty to charges from shooting near local diner
Documents indicate that attempted manslaughter of a law enforcement officer and attempted homicide were among the 12 counts with which Hepner was originally charged, however the charges were changed to criminal homicide and manslaughter of a law enforcement officer. District Attorney Christopher Tor
County Council discusses changes to Monocacy Scenic River Plan
"There will never be peace along this great river unless we come together and find solution that will have both sides support and working to maintain,” said Council President, Bud Otis, at the beginning of the workshop.
Daytime shelter opens in downtown Frederick
The day shelter, where guests eat community meals, will operate during the winter season, providing a safe place when weather conditions can cause sickness and endanger lives. Hypothermia can set in when temperatures drop below 50 degrees, according to theNational Coalition for the Homeless.
Judge allows statements, bars interview video from double murder trial
Frederick County sheriff's deputies arrested Joyner on Nov. 3, 2017, in the deaths of Shondre Jannelle Brown Naylor and Jermaine Langley Hill. Deputies and prosecutors accuse Joyner of assaulting Naylor and Hill before running them over with a car.
Montgomery County Police Investigating Dead Body Found in Gaithersburg
Earlier in the morning, Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service spokesman Pete Piringer had reported via Twitter a “possible pedestrian struck” at the same intersection at the same time, but police did not confirm a connection.
Man dies after fire in Carroll County
CARROLL COUNTY, MD (WBFF) The Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office says that a man was killed in a fire that happened in Carroll County, early Tuesday morning. According to officials, just after midnight, deputy state fire marshals responded to a fire on Slasman Road, in Finksburg. Firefighters from
Gay man found murdered inside Baltimore apartment
“He was high energy, passionate about fitness and always willing to help anyone in need,” added Ball. “Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. Brendon will be truly missed and will never be forgotten.”
Cheverly police officer charged with rape, sodomy in Frederick
FREDERICK, Md.- A Cheverly police officer is accused of raping and sodomizing a woman in Frederick, according to officials.
Future of West Patrick Street shopping center discussed in response to demolition review application
For 52 years, the shopping center at 467 W. Patrick St. has sat squarely between downtown Frederick and the Golden Mile, housing both local and corporate tenants.
East Street plan isn’t about cars
It wasn’t really a surprise that the editorial urging the city to “Think Big on East Street” looked at the East Street Corridor Small Area Plan from a windshield perspective. It’s an important entrance to the city, one that makes a vital first impression on what are a growing number of visitors, so
Oh deer! It's that time of year on the roads
Rob Whittington, shop manager at Hub City Auto Body & Painting on Frederick Street in Hagerstown, said vehicle damage caused by deer strikes accounts for about 50 percent of his business.
Second Hazing Incident Involving Football Players Reported at Montgomery County High School; Two Killed in Silver Spring Crash; Three Dryers Catch Fire Saturday
Montgomery County police have been investigating allegations of unwanted sexual touching among football players at Seneca Valley High School in Germantown since Sept. 18, according to spokesman Capt. Paul Starks. Detectives say there could be multiple suspects and one victim, but that the victim did
Report: Amazon chooses Northern Virginia, NYC for new headquarters
WASHINGTON - Amazon has chosen Northern Virginia and New York City as the locations for the company's newest headquarters, according to a new report. The announcement is expected to be made as soon as Tuesday, the Wall Street Journal reports. Other cities could also receive major sites, according to
Ray Lewis Donates $1K To Banned Carroll County Youth Football Team
REISTERSTOWN, Md. (WJZ) - A youth football team banned from their Carroll County league just before playoffs got some surprise support courtesy of one NFL Hall of Famer. NFL Hall of Famer, and former Baltimore Raven, Ray Lewis donated $1,000 to the Reisterstown Mustangs' Gofundme page Sunday evening