His arrest made national headlines after the feds stopped his deadly plan to blow up a military recruiting center. Now, Antonio Martinez has agreed to a deal with federal prosecutors.
A suspicious package at City Hall was reported early Monday morning. After shutting the area down briefly, Baltimore City police determined it was a false alarm.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is signing an executive order to encourage regional bomb squad coordination.
Attorneys for a Baltimore man accused of plotting to bomb a military recruiting center want the charges dismissed because the government did not record some of his early meetings with an informant that they say could show he was coerced.
No explosives were found aboard a plane that landed in Washington Sunday after someone made a bomb threat at an airport ticket counter in Ohio, an FBI spokesman said.
A woman threatened to blow up a Metro train as it was pulling away from a suburban Washington station Monday morning, disrupting rush hour service and causing panicked commuters to scramble along the tracks to avoid what they feared was a bomb.
Authorities in Maryland say they’ve arrested a man in connection with a pipe bomb that exploded outside a Potomac house in March.
Authorities say a suspicious package near Andrews Air Force Base was constructed to look like a bomb but appears to have been a hoax device.
A Westminster woman has been charged with calling in a bomb threat to the Carroll County Emergency Operations Center.
Days after a parcel ignited at a Washington postal facility, authorities returned Wednesday to the same neighborhood because of a suspicious package that was later determined not to be a threat.
Another terrorist plot in our backyard foiled. This time, federal agents nabbed a man who was threatening to blow up the D.C. Metro system.
Prosecutors say Antonio Martinez was grinning from ear to ear as a plan to bomb a local military recruitment center was set into motion. But now his attorneys say it wasn’t even his plan.