District Man Gets Three Years In Prison For Washington Apartment Break-In

Washington, D.C. – Floyd Sellers, 55, of Washington, D.C., was sentenced today to three years in prison after earlier pleading guilty to a charge stemming from a break-in of an apartment in... Read more »

Four DC Teenagers Plead Guilty Armed Robbery And Carjackings

Washington – Four teenagers, all from Washington, D.C., pled guilty today to charges stemming from a series of violent crimes committed earlier this year in Southeast Washington, U.S. Attorney Jessie K. Liu... Read more »
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Attorney General Frosh Joins 18 Attorneys General In Calling For Banking Legislation For Legalized Use Of Marijuana

Baltimore, Maryland – Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today joined a coalition of attorneys general urging Congress to advance legislation allowing states with legalized medical or recreational marijuana to bring that... Read more »

D.C. Man Given 30-Year Prison Sentence For Sexually Assaulting Woman

A Washington, D.C. man was sentenced in a District of Columbia court Monday for abducting and sexually assaulting a woman. In May, 28-year-old Kevin Thompson was found guilty of kidnapping and first-... Read more »

Prince George’s County Police Announce Arrests In Riverdale Park Homicide

Prince George’s County Police say they have identified to suspects connected to a July homicide in Riverdale Park. Police arrested Marquise Dinkins, 19, of the 800 block of Glacier Avenue in Capitol... Read more »

Prince George’s County Police Investigating Shooting That Left 2 Dead

Prince George’s County police are investigating an early morning shooting that left two adult men dead in District Heights. Police responded to a report of gunshots in the 600 block of Atwood... Read more »

Maryland Joins Forces With D.C. To Sue President Donald Trump Over His Private Businesses

On Monday, the Democratic attorneys general of the District of Columbia and Maryland filed a lawsuit claiming President Donald Trump’s failure to discard his businesses has violated constitutional bans against self-dealing and... Read more »