The Maryland State Police has to release records of racial profiling complaints filed within the department, the state’s highest court held Thursday, though individual information must be erased from the documents.Read More »
Main Street business cut off On Main Street in Historic Ellicott City, business owners were reeling after a deadly train derailment around midnight on Tuesday left much of the area inaccessible to traffic — and their customers. Dozens of shops ...Read More »
Ramping up at Crossroads@95 Completion of the first wave of arrivals up the road at the Aberdeen Proving Ground is getting credit for renewed construction at and near the $1 billion mixed-use Baltimore Crossroads@95 community near White Marsh in Eastern ...
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ANNAPOLIS — A group of citizens last year, upset about a new law granting in-state tuition to some of the state’s illegal immigrants, was the first in 20 years to successfully petition a law to a statewide ballot. The referendum ...
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A Hyattsville man who claimed he was beaten by three Prince George’s police officers in 2008 has reached an out-of-court settlement of his $20 million federal civil rights lawsuit against the county. Cody Denard Beasley claimed he suffered permanent nerve ...Read More »
Finally someone has stepped forward with a plan to get a handle on the soaring cost of police misconduct in Baltimore and the underlying inadequacies in training that contribute to it. Now let’s hope that plan makes a difference. Six ...Read More »
Records of an internal police investigation into the conduct of two officers are “personnel records” and thus cannot be released to a county inspector general reviewing whether a drunk-driving cover-up occurred, Maryland’s top court ruled Wednesday. With its 5-2 decision, ...Read More »
Facing tough questions about the cost of police misconduct litigation at a Baltimore City Council budget hearing Tuesday afternoon, Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III suggested the department’s “unprecedented” and “unparalleled” training programs coupled with discipline for wayward officers is ...
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Less than a month before The Daily Record’s Maryland Public Information Act request for documents related to the then-confidential Yakov Shapiro settlement was denied, the lawyer representing the Baltimore Police Department in the case explained to the attorney for the ...
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ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland State Police and the NAACP clashed Friday before the state’s highest court over documents the group says it needs to determine if troopers are stopping motorists based on their skin color and whether the agency is ...Read More »