Woman Accused Of Lincoln Memorial Vandalism Found IncompetentA judge says a woman accused of splattering green paint at the Washington National Cathedral is incompetent to stand trial.
Ex-Prince George's Officer Convicted Of Selling Seized WeaponsA former Prince George's County police officer has been convicted of reselling weapons seized from criminals.
Family Friend Accused In Phylicia Barnes' Murder Case Pleads 'Not Guilty'The family friend accused of killing Phylicia Barnes was back in court on Wednesday to be arraigned on murder charges.
Man Incompetent To Stand Trial In Hospital SlayingA man accused of killing a fellow patient at a state mental hospital has been found incompetent to stand trial.
Md. Man Accused In Gingerbread House ExplosionA Maryland man is accused of using fireworks to destroy a gingerbread house on his front porch. Jerry Lee Heinefield, of Rock Hall, faces charges of reckless endangerment and illegal fireworks possession. The Star Democrat of Easton reports that deputy state fire marshals served a summons on Heinefield this week.
Judge Denies Dismissal Of Military Recruiting Center Bomb Plot ChargesA federal judge has denied a motion to dismiss charges against a Baltimore man accused of plotting to bomb a military recruiting center.
Man Convicted Of Killing Johns Hopkins Researcher Files AppealA man convicted of fatally stabbing a Johns Hopkins researcher during a robbery has appealed his conviction. John Wagner was convicted in August of stabbing 23-year-old Stephen Pitcairn to death. Pitcairn was walking home from Penn Station, talking on a cell phone to his mother when he was killed in July 2010.
Estranged Wife's SUV Named As Motive For MurderProsecutors say a man accused of killing his young stepson and his estranged wife did it for her SUV. Critical video emerges showing the weapon used to kill the little boy.
Motion To Drop Charges In NSA Leaks Case DeniedA federal judge refused to dismiss five of the 10 charges against a former National Security Agency employee accused of mishandling classified information and delayed a decision on how classified documents will be handled at trial.
At Least 46 PG Officers Accused Of MisconductThree Prince George's County police officers who have been arrested as part of a federal investigation into corruption in the county represent only a fraction of county police officers accused of misconduct in other cases.