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Topic - Angela Alsobrooks
Prosecutors say a D.C. police officer involved in a paternity dispute with his mistress shot the woman dead and left their infant child to die in a hot car.
The trial will get under way this week for a D.C. police officer accused of fatally shooting a 20-year-old woman and leaving their 1-year-old child to die in a sweltering car.
No criminal charges will be filed against a Laurel Police officer who was videotaped striking a handcuffed man in the face as the man was arrested this summer, Laurel officials said Tuesday.
A Crofton man who was hospitalized after police said he made threats to open fire at his former workplace will be charged with one misdemeanor count of telephone misuse, Prince George’s County police and prosecutors announced Wednesday.
A District Heights man accused of fatally stabbing his pregnant girlfriend will undergo a mental-competency evaluation after his mother pleaded for the court's help Monday during a hearing in Prince George's County District Court.
A Metro supervisor's attempts to win the favor of his attractive female co-workers could land him up to 15 years in prison, according to Prince George's County prosecutors.
A man suspected of a fatal shooting at a Prince George's County nightclub was accidentally released on bond this month after information related to another defendant's bond was mistakenly placed in his court file, prosecutors said Monday.
A 21-year-old Greenbelt man will spend the rest of his life in prison for fatally shooting a 16-year-old girl during an argument over tattoo ink, Prince George's County prosecutors said.
Nine laptop computers, a power generator, a DVD player, a BlackBerry wireless device, a color printer, a digital camera, lots of tools and a computer monitor used for watching movies were among dozens of items of Metro property found inside the home of a longtime transit worker.
Two Prince George's County police officers have been indicted in the beating of a University of Maryland student during a rowdy celebration after the school's basketball win over Duke last year.
Key endorsements today for Johnson's Prince George's seat; Strasburg: The fire next time?; Franchot redefines Md. comptroller job; Scott won't run against Kaine; Va. Senate appears more conservative; Fairfax teacher charged with online solicitation; Metro considers new map; Cuccinelli leaves open gubernatorial run; Terps win 'ugly.'
Several Prince George's County leaders are expected to endorse Derrick Leon Davis in the race to replace former County Council member Leslie Johnson, a Davis spokesman said Monday.
George's County State's Attorney Angela Alsobrooks said during opening statements Monday that Richmond Phillips killed the two because he didn't want to pay child support.
"Unfortunately, Maryland does not have a law that makes it expressly illegal for a person to communicate generalized threats over the telephone," Ms. Alsobrooks said, adding that she plans to lobby lawmakers in Annapolis next year about establishing such a law. "He ought to be facing felony charges, not just misdemeanor charges."