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Driver Crashes Vehicle Into Building in Montgomery Village
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services (MCFRS) and Montgomery County Police responded to the Montgomery Village Shopping Center on Tuesday, March 21 for the report of a collision after a vehicle was driven off the road and into the front of The Joint Chiropractic (19218 Montgomery Village Ave). We will post an update when additional information is available. Featured photo courtesy of Moe’s Southwest Grille in Montgomery Village.
‘Very brave children’: Middle schoolers stop man from kidnapping classmate at bus stop
Students intervened Monday morning when a 31-year-old man tried to kidnap one of their classmates at a school bus stop outside of Washington, D.C., officials said. The post ‘Very brave children’: Middle schoolers stop man from kidnapping classmate at bus stop first appeared on Law & Crime.
Suspects Apprehended For Murder Following Silver Spring Shooting: Montgomery County Police
Two men are in custody for their alleged roles in the murder of a 20-year-old Takoma Park man in Montgomery County earlier this month. Silver Spring resident Javier Reyes, 21, and Brian Gaitan-Sanchez, 20, of Bladensburg, were both arrested this week following an investigation into the fatal shooting of Walter Woods, authorities announced on Tuesday, March 21.
2 men arrested for shooting man to death in Silver Spring
SILVER SPRING, Md. — Police have arrested two men in connection to a deadly shooting earlier this month. According to the Montgomery County Department of Police (MCPD), officers were called to the 1700 block of Hampshire Green Lane just after 9 p.m. on Tuesday, March 7. When officers arrived,...
Montgomery Co. high school student suffers possible overdose in restaurant near school
A Montgomery County, Maryland, high school student is in the hospital, after suffering a suspected overdose inside a Gaithersburg McDonald’s. Montgomery County police got a call about a reported overdose just before noon Tuesday. The restaurant is across the street from Quince Orchard High School, which the student attended.
Traffic: Overturned Vehicle Causes Delays on I-270 Tuesday Afternoon
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services and Montgomery County Police responded to a collision involving an overturned vehicle on Tuesday, March 21 around 1:45pm. The collision occurred on northbound I-270 at the Muddy Branch overpass in Gaithersburg. Several lanes are closed and drivers are to expect delays. We will post an update when additional information is available.
DISTEFANO TRIAL TO BEGIN TODAY
After many delays and trips to State Superior Court for some additional rulings, the trial of a Johnstown man charged in connection with the death of an IUP student in 2017 gets underway today. Testimony is expected to begin at 10:00 this morning in the trial of Brady DiStefano, who...
Assault at Rockville gas station
Rockville City police responded to a report of an assault at a gas station in the King Farm area of the city Sunday afternoon. The assault was reported at a gas station in the 700 block of Gaither Road at 1:10 PM. That is the Shell station next to Dunkin' Donuts.
Two-car collision in Rockville leaves one injured
A Tuesday morning collision at the intersection of Route 28 and Bel Pre Road in Rockville left one person seriously injured. The victim was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. [DC News Now]. Fewer MoCo cars drive past stopped school buses, new safety report shows. Montgomery County Police stated...
MCFRS Respond to Fire at Gaithersburg Apartment Building
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services (MCFRS) responded to a fire at the Streamside Apartments on the 300 blk of N. Summit Ave, near Girard St, in Gaithersburg around 9am on Tuesday, March 22. According to Chief Spokesperson for MCFRS Pete Piringer, the “small” fire was located on the 3rd floor of the building around a ceiling exhaust fan. The fire has been extinguished and there were no injuries reported. One family has likely been displaced. We will post an update if additional information becomes available.
Montgomery County leaf blower ban goes silent — for now
The bill that would have banned gas-powered leaf blowers in Montgomery County has been left to twist in the wind. But the Maryland county’s lawmakers could still reintroduce the bill after clearing the air of some lingering questions. As the Montgomery County Council was prepared to take its final...
Maryland CBD, Delta-8 sellers say cannabis bill will kill their industry
Sellers of hemp-derived products such as Delta-8 and CBD say a few lines in a recreational cannabis bill making its way through the Maryland legislature will put them out of business. The bill would establish a regulatory framework for the adult-use cannabis industry, which could launch as early as July. As part of that legislation, lawmakers have set a cap on any products that contain even ...
Virginia, Maryland among the best places to live in the US according to Niche
WASHINGTON (DC News Now) — Niche, a platform that reviews schools and neighborhoods has just released a ranking of the 2023 Best Places to Live in America. Niche creates the annual report by using data from sources like the U.S. Census, FBI, Bureau of Labor Statistics and CDC combined with millions of resident reviews. When creating […]
Woman sprayed perfume, staged roommate's body after killing her in Montgomery Co.
KENSINGTON, Md. — A 27-year-old woman has pleaded guilty to killing her 92-year-old roommate in Montgomery County nearly two years ago. Editor's Note: Some of the details in the story may be considered disturbing. Read with caution. According to the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office, Julie Birch pleaded guilty...
5 Things to Know Today, March 22, In Montgomery County
It’s Wednesday, March 22, and here are five things to know in Montgomery County. 1. Antisemitism Panel Discussion: At 7 p.m., County Executive Marc Elrich and other leaders will join a panel discussion about antisemitism with the County Committee Against Hate/Violence. The event is in-person at the County Executive Office Building in Rockville and will be livestreamed on Facebook, per a release.
Two charged in fatal shooting of 20-year-old man in White Oak
Two men have been charged in the fatal shooting March 7 of 20-year-old Walter Woods in the White Oak area of Silver Spring, Montgomery County police announced Tuesday. Javier Reyes, 21, of Silver Spring and Brian Gaitan-Sanchez, 20, of Bladensburg were charged in the shooting in the 1700 block of Hampshire Green Lane.
Montgomery County police’s ‘Etch and Catch’ program aims to reduce catalytic converter thefts
To combat rising trends in catalytic converter thefts county-wide, the Montgomery County Police Department will be partnering with local auto dealerships and mechanics to offer catalytic converter etchings and paintings free-of-charge to residents. To-date, there have been 737 thefts of motor vehicle parts or accessories in Montgomery County this year, according to Data Montgomery.
Report: More Montgomery County students are being arrested than previous school years
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. — Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) has made multiple headlines since the beginning of the year. Unfortunately, that news has not all been positive and now the numbers are telling the story. "This year, there has been growing concern among parents, students, and other school community...
Maryland hospital, imaging group pay $2M to settle false claims allegations
Lanham, Md.-based Luminis Health Doctors Community Medical Center and Diagnostic Imaging Associates have agreed to pay more than $2 million to resolve allegations that they violated the False Claims Act. According to prosecutors, Luminis and Diagnostic Imaging entered into an arrangement in which the imaging group billed Medicare and Medicaid...
Housemate Admits Killing Prominent DC Sculptor In Montgomery County: State's Attorney
A Kensington woman has admitted to murdering her 92-year-old sculptor roommate and trying to make it look like a natural death, Montgomery County State’s Attorney John McCarthy announced. Julie Birch, 27, has pleaded guilty to the second-degree murder of Nancy Ann Frankel, who she first attempted to suffocate, then...
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