Rite Aid Employee Shot In Leg During Robbery; Suspect SoughtAn early morning robbery at a Baltimore Rite Aid ended with an employee shot and a suspect on the loose.
Armed Suspect Caught In Calvert County Car ChaseCalvert County Police were involved in a high-speed car chase Friday morning after an armed suspect fled a sheriff’s office.
New Insight Into City Kidnapping Turned Police ChaseIt was the police chase that may have saved one woman's life. Officials say quick thinking officers helped rescue a kidnapped woman from her abductors.
Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested After Police Pursuit In AACo.A bank robbery suspect is in custody after fleeing police in Anne Arundel County.
Police Pursuit Ends With Crash In Southwest BaltimoreA dangerous drive through Baltimore City and two counties, as police track a driver who just won't stop. It all ends with a spectacular crash and suspects in custody.
Suspect Driving Stolen Car Arrested After Crashing In Howard CountyHoward County police say they were not pursuing a stolen vehicle when it crashed on Route 1 late Wednesday afternoon.
Ky. Teen Killed In Md. Shootout Had 6 Guns, Backpack Of AmmoThe Kentucky teenager who murdered his family and led police on a high speed chase through parts of the Baltimore area was heavily armed according to investigators.
Officer Wounded, Suspect Dead After Police Chase On I-95A police chase on I-95 ends with one man dead on Saturday afternoon in Baltimore County.
Police: Officer Hurt In Crash Died Of Complications From SurgeryDevoted family man and officer. That is how family members of Officer Craig Chandler remember him.
Baltimore Police Officer Dies Weeks After Crash Involving ScooterA Baltimore City police officer dies weeks after a serious crash involving a scooter.
Police Chase Ends With Arrest In West BaltimoreSky Eye Chopper 13 was over the scene at N. Calhoun Street near W. Fayette Street.
Baltimore Police Officials Investigate Pursuit That Led To AccidentWhy did Baltimore City police officers continue a pursuit after a commander called it off? It's a question the department is trying to answer right now.