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Prince George’s sergeant pleads not guilty in federal probe

GREENBELT —  Two of the nine men arrested last week in a sweeping FBI corruption probe in Prince George’s County pleaded not guilty in court Tuesday. Prince George’s County Police Sgt. Richard Delabrer, 45, of Laurel, and Jose Moreno, 49, ...

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Feds raid 3 hedge funds linked to trading probe

WASHINGTON — The Federal Bureau of Investigation has raided three hedge funds linked to a broader insider-trading probe, law enforcement officials said Monday. Bureau employees searched the New York offices of Level Global Investors LP, and the Stamford, Conn. headquarters ...

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Fraser Smith: The good, the bad and P.G. County

Reverberations from Bra-Gate. Some troubling, others quite reassuring. The downside first. Prince George’s County Executive Jack B. Johnson famously urged his wife by tapped telephone to hide more than $79,000 — in cash — in her underwear. Federal authorities were ...

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Prince George’s Co. police officer to be detained until trial

GREENBELT — One of the three Prince George’s County police officers arrested this week in an FBI corruption probe will remain in detention until his trial in U.S. District Court in Greenbelt. U.S. Magistrate Judge Charles B. Day said Wednesday ...

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Feds charge 3 Prince George’s County police officers, 6 others

GREENBELT — Federal authorities charged nine people, including three Prince George’s County police officers, in two indictments unsealed Monday as part of an ongoing federal investigation in the county. Seven people, including two of the officers, were charged with conspiring ...

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Metro to boost improvised explosives protection

WASHINGTON — Metro is working to boost protection against improvised explosive devices. Metro says a $351,000 grant will pay for new equipment that can jam radio signals of remote-controlled devices. It will also fund training for bomb squad members, and ...

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FBI says violent crime fell again last year

WASHINGTON — The FBI said Monday that violent crime reported to police in 2009 declined for the third straight year. The 5.3 percent drop in violent crime was accompanied by a 4.6 percent drop in property crime, marking the seventh ...

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