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Teen Charged with Killing Maryland Officer was Under House Arrest

May 24, 2018
Harris' record in the juvenile system shows repeated arrests. Between December and March, he was arrested four times for car theft, and he was bounced between programs in the community. One case involved the theft of a car while he was in a juvenile program in Montgomery County in March.

Teen Charged with Murder in Death of Maryland Officer

May 22, 2018
Dawnta Harris, 16, has been charged as an adult with first-degree murder in the death of Baltimore County Officer First Class Amy Caprio, charging documents state.

Maryland Officer Struck and Killed, Suspect at Large

May 21, 2018
Shawn Vinson, the police department's spokesman, said law enforcement agencies are searching for at least one suspect. The officer hasn't been identified and an official cause of death won't be determined until an autopsy is performed.

Baltimore Police Commissioner Resigns, Faces Federal Tax Charges

May 15, 2018
The announcement comes after De Sousa was charged with three misdemeanor counts of failing to file federal income tax returns by federal prosecutors last week.

Baltimore Police Commissioner Suspended Amid Federal Tax Charges

May 11, 2018
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has suspended Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa with pay pending the resolution of three federal criminal tax charges he faces.

Feds Charge Baltimore Police Commissioner with Failure to File Taxes

May 10, 2018
De Sousa willfully failed to file federal returns for tax years 2013, 2014 and 2015 despite having been a salaried employee of the police department in each of those years, federal prosecutors said.

Federal Court Bars Baltimore Officers from Suing State's Attorney Mosby

May 8, 2018
Monday’s ruling by the federal appeals court overturned a January 2017 decision by U.S. District Judge Marvin J. Garbis, who ruled at the time that charges including malicious prosecution, defamation and invasion of privacy could move forward against Mosby and Assistant Baltimore City Sheriff Samuel Cogen, who wrote the statement of probable cause in the case.

Maryland Officer Rescues Toddler from Hot Car

May 4, 2018
Cpl. Darryl Wormuth found the child in the parking lot of a Suitland apartment complex where she had been sitting for at least three hours. More Here.

Video: Maryland Officer Rescues Toddler from Hot Car

May 4, 2018
Cpl. Darryl Wormuth found the child in the parking lot of a Suitland apartment complex where she had been sitting for at least three hours.

Video: Maryland K-9 Doesn't Want to Go to Work

May 3, 2018
A K-9 handler with the Anne Arundel County (MD) Sheriff's Office had difficulty motivating his partner, K-9 Jango, to get into the squad car to go to work one morning.

Maryland K-9 Doesn't Want to Go to Work

May 3, 2018
A K-9 handler with the Anne Arundel County Sheriff's Office had difficulty motivating his partner, K-9 Jango to get into the squad car to go to work one morning. The officer's wife took a video and posted it to Facebook. More Here.

Maryland SRO to Receive NASRO National Award of Valor

April 19, 2018
The school resource officer (SRO) who quickly ended a shooting at Maryland’s Great Mills High School last month will receive the National Award of Valor from the National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO).

Accused Man Sues Baltimore PD After Attempted Murder Charges Dropped

April 10, 2018
A Baltimore man accused of trying to kill a city police officer last summer is now suing the officer and the police department for violating his civil rights, alleging the officer fabricated facts in the case in an "utterly outrageous, offensive and intolerable" manner.

Baltimore Police Commissioner to Name Panel to Investigate Detective's Death

April 5, 2018
Baltimore Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa said Wednesday he is close to signing an agreement with a six-member panel — including two former Baltimore police detectives — to investigate the unsolved death last year of Det. Sean Suiter.

How Cities Should Handle Ransomware Attacks

March 30, 2018
In Atlanta, hackers demanded $51,000 in the cryptocurrency bitcoin. City officials declined to say whether they made the payments. Baltimore officials didn’t release details on the ransom amount.

Sheriff: Maryland High School Shooter Died by Shooting Himself

March 26, 2018
The 17-year-old who opened fire on classmates at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland last week, injuring one and killing another, died by shooting himself in the head, officials investigating the case said Monday.

SWAT Trained SRO Fired On Maryland School Shooter, Stopped Attack

March 20, 2018
A school resource officer, Deputy First Class Blaine Gaskill, then faced off with the shooter, the sheriff said. The deputy and the gunman each fired one shot simultaneously. Cameron said the gunman later died from his wounds. He said that the investigation would determine whether the round the officer fired hit the shooter.

Family of Fallen Maryland Officer Receives Generous Gift

March 12, 2018
The grieving family of a fallen Maryland police officer received a generous gift from a local business who wanted to help ease the pain -- by paying the family's mortgage for a year.

Maryland's Highest Court Reinstates Officers' Names to Courts Database

March 6, 2018
Maryland’s highest court voted unanimously Tuesday to restore police officers’ names to the public online court database, overturning a change made last year that prompted an outcry when it went into effect last week.

Slain Maryland Officer Posthumously Promoted

March 1, 2018
The Prince George's County, MD, police officer who was killed while intervening in his neighbors' domestic dispute last week has been promoted.
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