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Jury Finds Man Guilty Of First Degree Attempted Murder For 2021 Shooting In Lexington Park
LEONARDTOWN, Md. – State’s Attorney Jaymi Sterling announced today that a St. Mary’s County jury convicted Austin Dylan Winbush, 23, of Capitol Heights, Maryland for first degree attempted murder, use of a firearm in the commission of a crime of violence, and wear, carry, and transport of a loaded handgun on person, stemming from a shooting on May 5, 2021, in Lexington Park, Maryland.
16-Year-Old Dead In D.C. Double Shooting
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Washington, D.C. Metro Police Department is investigating the shooting of two juveniles that happened Tuesday night in Southeast D.C. One of the victims did not survive, and the other was critically injured. Shortly after 9 pm, officers arrived at the 2200 Block of Alabama Avenue to investigate a shooting report. At the location, police discovered two juveniles lying in the roadway. One victim was pronounced dead at the scene, and the other was taken to a nearby hospital and is in critical condition. 16-year-old Traev’on Green, of D.C., was identified as the victim. If you have any information The post 16-Year-Old Dead In D.C. Double Shooting appeared first on Shore News Network.
Convict in fatal stabbing wanted for assault, theft, officials say| Maryland's Most Wanted
BALTIMORE (WBFF) — November 2022 in Prince George’s County, investigators said a man walks out of a department store with a suitcase filled with stolen items. He’s stopped by police, telling the officer his name, but that’s not who he really is. The officer in actuality...
Driver at highway crash scene 'disrobed, dropped all his clothes,' jumped onto fire truck
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. (WJLA) — Emergency crews had a touchy situation at the scene of a highway crash. The person involved was not hurt in the crash, but ended up in the hospital anyway. The original victim had been injured in the crash on Interstate 270 in Maryland, near...
Gunman Who Shot Two Juveniles In D.C. Caught On Camera
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Washington, D.C. Metro Police Department is investigating the shooting of two juveniles that happened late Saturday afternoon in Southeast, D.C. Police are asking for help identifying the suspect. Just after 5:30 pm, officers arrived at the 900 block of Varney Place to investigate a shooting report. At the location, police found two juvenile males suffering from gunshot wounds. The victims were taken to nearby hospitals for treatment, and both are expected to survive. Nearby surveillance cameras captured the suspect. If you have any information about this case, please call (202) 727-9099 or text your tip to the The post Gunman Who Shot Two Juveniles In D.C. Caught On Camera appeared first on Shore News Network.
Local Fraudster Sentenced To Over 9 Years In Federal Prison For Role In $28 Million Ponzi Scheme
GREENBELT, Md. – U.S. District Judge Theodore D. Chuang today sentenced John Erasmus Frimpong, age 42, of Upper Marlboro, Maryland, to 114 months in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for conspiracy to commit wire fraud, conspiracy to commit securities fraud, and securities fraud, in connection with a $28 million Ponzi scheme involving 1st Million, a purported wealth management and financial literacy company. Judge Chuang also ordered Frimpong to pay restitution, along with his co-defendants, in the full amount of the actual, total loss, including: (1) $16,664,020 for the full amount of the victims’ losses relating to the 1st Million scheme to defraud; and (2) $797,775 for the full amount of losses caused by Frimpong’s separate scheme in which he contracted directly with individual victims purporting to invest on their behalf.
Four vehicles box woman in during armed carjacking at a Maryland mall
HYATTSVILLE, Md. — The Hyattsville Police Department is on the lookout for a series of suspects involved in a Thursday morning armed carjacking at the Mall at Prince George's. According to police, a mall employee pulled up to her work just before 6 a.m. on the 3500 block of...
DC Man Sentenced to 27 Years in Murder of Single Mom
A D.C. man convicted of killing a woman as her 7-year-old son slept nearby was sentenced Friday to spend 27 years in prison. Darnell Sterling, 57, was found guilty of second-degree murder in the death of 34-year-old Olga Ooro, who was his girlfriend. Prosecutors said Sterling killed Ooro in July...
Advocates angered as bill to close Noah's Law loophole stalls in committee
The death of a police officer in a drunk driving cash inspired Noah's law and got it over the finish line 7 years ago. Now, Rich Leotta is watching as another year goes without a loophole closing.
12 people shot, 2 fatally, in 24 hours, DC Police say
WASHINGTON — The Metropolitan Police Department responded to several shootings in the span of 24 hours from Thursday afternoon to Friday afternoon that left a total of 12 people shot, two of them fatally. MPD first responded to two people shot Thursday afternoon in Southeast. Officers were called to...
Stabbing Suspect Who Killed DC Man 'Found By Concerned And Vigilant Senior Friends' Sentenced
A 60-year-old man may spend the rest of his life in prison after being convicted of multiple murder charges for his role in the death of a 71-year-old man in a Washington, DC apartment more than five years ago.DC resident Edward Brown was sentenced to 35 years in prison for the slaying of his victi…
NEW: Massive police presence at former Key Bridge Marriott as county condemns building
(Updated at 12:10 p.m.) Dozens of law enforcement officers, along with fire department and county government personnel, are on scene of the former Key Bridge Marriott in Rosslyn. A smaller police presence seen at the nearly 65-year-old hotel building last night grew into a parking lot-filling operation this morning. A...
2 Ohio Men Sentenced to Prison for Storming of Capitol on January 6th
WASHINGTON (Gray DC) - Two men from Ohio were sentenced to prison on Thursday for storming the U.S. Capitol during the January 6th insurrection. During the sentencing in the Washington, D.C. U.S. District Court, Judge Royce Lamberth sentenced Adam Miller and Devin Steiner to 30 days in prison each. They were also ordered to serve three years probation, and payment of a $500 fine and $500 restitution.
Man shot, killed in DC sparking homicide investigation
WASHINGTON — A man is dead early Friday morning after a shooting in D.C., leaving police searching for answers and sparking a homicide investigation, according to the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD). Officers with the police department responded to Anacostia Road Southeast, off of Ridge River Road Southeast, around 12:30...
ARLnow Daily Debrief for Mar 23, 2023
Good Thursday evening, Arlington. Today we published articles that were read a total of 9572 times… so far. The following are the most-read articles for today — Mar 23, 2023. 📅 Upcoming events. Here is what’s going on Friday in Arlington, from our event calendar. 5:00...
Virginia Man Convicted Of Shooting At Wheelchair-Bound 'Friend' Outside DC Walmart: Feds
An Alexandria man has been convicted of shooting at a wheelchair-bound “friend” who had to play dead outside an area Walmart to get his assailant to stop his attack, federal officials announced. Richard Nduba, 39, was found guilty following a three-day trial in the Superior Court of the...
$500 Could Be Sent to Eligible Residents for 2 Years in Maryland
Legislation has been introduced in Maryland, proposing a guaranteed income pilot program to give low-income families direct cash benefits for their basic needs, such as food and utilities. $500 Guaranteed Income for 2 Years. The proposed plan could provide needy Americans with $500 per month for two years, helping them...
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Excited Player Almost Has Panic Attack After $100,000 Double Pick 5 Win!
BOWIE, Md. – Sometimes, even happy circumstances like winning a big Lottery prize can be overwhelming. When a lucky Upper Marlboro woman won a $100,000 Pick 5 prize, the realization drove her into what she called a near panic attack. The 54-year-old found her lucky win at E&C Mid...
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