PIKESVILLE — Two packages sent to Maryland’s governor and transportation secretary that ignited when they were opened contained the same note railing against highway signs urging motorists to report suspicious activity, investigators revealed Friday. The message read: “Report suspicious activity! ...Read More »
Two packages ignited while in state government buildings on Thursday, Jan. 6, 2011. No one was seriously injured, but one of the packages was address to Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley.Read More »
“Just the facts, ma’am. Just the facts” was the catch phrase of the 1950s TV show, “Dragnet.” But it could well serve as the motto for the Maryland State Police Forensic Sciences Division, whose investigators look for clues with increasingly ...Read More »
Several Maryland state government agencies are discovering that there’s a lot to “like” on Facebook. The social networking site, which boasts more than 500 million users worldwide, is free; offers an easy way to share information, videos and pictures; and ...
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PALMER PARK — Prince George’s County Police Chief Roberto Hylton says the charges against three of his officers leaves a nasty taste in his mouth. Hylton made the comments Monday, hours after the FBI arrested the officers, saying he is ...Read More »
The Maryland State Police should release the files detailing its investigation into a trooper who uttered a racial slur in a voicemail message for a black woman and disclose how the trooper was disciplined, the ACLU of Maryland argued in ...Read More »