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Another Game, Another Shutout for Quince Orchard

Quince Orchard stayed undefeated and handed Damascus its first loss this season in a 28-0 home victory. Quince Orchard’s front seven contained the Hornets’ usually potent rushing attack. Senior linebacker Matthieu Longa recorded several tackles, and the defensive line held its ground throughout the game. The Cougars’ secondary...
DAMASCUS, MD
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Concern for Missing Twenty-Year-Old Woman

For Immediate Release: Saturday, September 24, 2022. Detectives from the Montgomery County Department of Police – Silver Spring Investigative Section are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing woman. 20-year-old Adelia Bonilla Lainez was last seen on Friday, September 23, 2022, at approximately 10 p.m., in...
SILVER SPRING, MD
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Laurel Woman Arrested after Violation of No Contact Order & Resisting Arrest

A Laurel woman was issued a no-contact order with Laurel Elementary School after she allegedly slashed the tires of two school employees after a school-related disagreement, and threatened a school official. Several days later, Laurel officers spotted 36 year old Crystal Brummell parked near the school, but when officers attempted a traffic stop she drove off, but officers broke off the chase. Several hours later police again tried to stop Brummell who again sped off. Police deployed stop sticks which deflated her tires. She resisted arrest until she was tased. Police learned there were children in the car during the pursuit.
LAUREL, MD
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Police Investigating Burglary, Attempted Rape

Montgomery County Police say that they are investigating a burglary and attempted rape of an adult female that occurred Friday morning in the 800 block of Northampton Drive in Silver Spring. “According to detectives, an adult female stated that as she was entering her apartment at approximately 10:30 a.m. on...
SILVER SPRING, MD
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Car stolen from Richard Montgomery HS in Rockville

Rockville City police are investigating the theft of a vehicle from the parking lot of Richard Montgomery High School, located at 250 Richard Montgomery Drive, late Thursday afternoon, September 22, 2022. The vehicle was reported stolen at 5:00 PM Thursday.
ROCKVILLE, MD
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Woman Killed In Two-Vehicle Crash Near Mt. Airy

The investigation is continuing. Frederick, Md (KM) One person was killed in a two-vehicle crash in the Mount Airy area Friday morning. The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office says Linda Lantz, 79, of Westminster was operating her Toyota Corolla along Harrisville Road. She attempted to cross at the intersection with Woodville Road without stopping at the stop sign. Her vehicle was struck by a box truck in the middle of the intersection.
FREDERICK, MD
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Calvert Man Sets Maryland Swordfish Record With Catch Off Ocean City

OCEAN CITY, Md. – Jeff Jacobs has been officially recognized by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) as the new state record holder for the Atlantic Division 393-pound swordfish (Xiphias gladius) he caught in the canyons off the coast of Ocean City. Jacobs, 38, was on charter boat...
OCEAN CITY, MD
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2nd bus stop crime in as many days in Rockville

Bus stops have been crime stops in Rockville over the last 48 hours. On Wednesday, someone was robbed at a bus stop in Twinbrook. Early yesterday afternoon at 12:38 PM, an individual reported having been the victim of a 2nd degree assault at a bus stop on N. Washington Street in the Rockville Town Center area. Rockville City police responded to the call.
ROCKVILLE, MD

Justin Wilson sentenced to life in prison for first-degree murder

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. (DC News Now) — Justin Wilson was sentenced to life in prison with all but 40 years suspended, but the state’s attorney’s office fought for life in prison without parole. After hearing testimonies from Egidio Ienzi’s siblings as well as two of his children, 28-year-old Wilson was found guilty for first-degree murder. […]
GERMANTOWN, MD

Feds Declare Invasive Nutria Eradicated from Maryland Coastline

According to the United States Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS), the state of Maryland is finally free from one of its most destructive invasive pests. Introduced to the Delmarva Peninsula in the 1940s for the commercial fur market, large semi-aquatic rodents known as nutria have been wreaking havoc on Maryland’s coastal ecosystem for decades. After 20 years of collaborative efforts aimed at doing away with the destructive rodent once and for all, officials with the USFWS, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services, and the Maryland Department of Natural Resources say they’ve finally won the war against the orange-toothed, rat-like critter—at least on Maryland’s eastern shore.
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Rival high schools honor late sister of former football player

One of the biggest high school football games took place in Montgomery County Friday night between the Quince Orchard Cougars and the Damascus Hornets. Players and fans from both teams came together to honor the late sister of former Damascus star Bryan Bresee. Ella Bresee died after a battle with brain cancer.
GAITHERSBURG, MD
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