Hyattsville Woman Gets 30-Month Prison Sentence For Wire And Mail Fraud

Acting U.S. Attorney Stephen M. Schenning announced Monday a Maryland woman was sentenced to 30 months in prison for conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud. Forty-five-year-old Ana Maritza Gomez of Hyattsville... Read more »

Hyattsville Man Arrested In Connection To Swastika Found At UMD

University of Maryland Police announce the arrest of a 52-year-old Hyattsville man after a swastika was discovered on campus. Ronald Alford Sr. allegedly entered one of the dormitories and spray painted a... Read more »
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Hyattsville Woman Cons Customers Out Of Thousands Of Dollars For Fake Cruises

Maria Nicholson of Hyattsville established a business, R U Ready to Travel, in which she utilized to scam thousands from approximately 42 customers. Abc2news reports Nicholson scammed a 52-year-old New York woman,... Read more »

How To Obtain An Accident Or Incident Report From Prince George’s County Police Department

For individuals seeking an accident of incident report from the Prince George’s County Police Department, there are several options available. To obtain incident reports in person, visit the department’s Records Customer Service... Read more »

Prince George’s County Liquor Board Official On Charges Of Bribery

A federal grand jury indicted a Prince George’s County Liquor Board official on charges associated with a bribery conspiracy Monday. Thirty-nine-year-old Anuj Sud of Hyattsville was accused of soliciting and accepting bribes... Read more »

Maryland MS-13 Member Gets Life Sentence For Gang Activities

On May 20, 2016, a Maryland MS-13 member was convicted of multiple charges. Twenty-four-year-old Jorge Moreno-Aguilar, aka “Castigato” and “Flaco,” of District Heights was sentenced to life in prison. He was found... Read more »

Prince George’s County Department Of Social Services Will Be Closed Until Monday Due To Power Outage

Prince George’s County Department of Social Services announces its Temple Hills location will remain closed until 8 a.m. Monday morning. The Scuderi Building at 4235 28th Avenue in Temple Hills experienced a... Read more »

College Park: Noncitizens May Soon Be Allowed To Vote In Municipal Elections

Noncitizens living in the United States are not allowed to vote in federal or state elections, even though they pay property taxes. There are currently 10 local governments in Maryland that permit... Read more »

Prince George’s County Will Invest $2 Million For A Litter Cleanup Campaign

In an effort to reduce litter on roadways and streets, Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III will invest an additional $2 million for litter pick-up. The Department of Public Works... Read more »

Prince Georgians Encouraged To Recycle Their Christmas Trees

Prince George’s County Department of the Environment (DoE) announces Christmas tree recycling services for all county residents. The service is provided for free of charge and scheduled to run from December 26,... Read more »