Maryland police are looking for a group of teenagers who used a lost credit card to take photos of themselves in a movie theater photo booth. The victim reports that she lost track of her credit card while she was shopping in the area near the movie theater where her card was used.
A Maryland man who had been convicted for killing an off-duty police officer 35 years ago will learn the results of his retrial next week. The homicide occurred after the officer pursued him after witnessing an alleged armed robbery.
On June 6, 11 individuals were charged with being involved in a Maryland conspiracy to distribute illegal drugs. Among them is a 33-year-old man who has received national attention for his work with Shock Trauma's Violence Prevention Program. If convicted of the drug crime, he faces up to 20 years of imprisonment.
Officials who work for the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services are refusing to remove a 53-year-old man's name from Maryland's sex offender registry, despite a court order directing them to do so. This case is interesting in that it could potentially have ramifications for any person convicted of committing a sex crime.