A Maryland man convicted of killing a Delaware police officer in 2009 was sentenced to death Friday by a judge who described him as a dangerous career criminal.
Attorneys for a Maryland man convicted of murder in the 2009 shooting of a Georgetown police officer have filed a motion to block the death penalty for their client.
A psychiatrist testified Tuesday that a Maryland man convicted of a police officer’s murder was not neglected as a child even though his parents have admitted that they verbally and physically abused him as a boy.
A Maryland man facing the death penalty for killing a Georgetown police officer frequently dabbed tears from his eyes Wednesday as he listened to his parents describe his anger-filled, abusive childhood.
A defense attorney for a Maryland man convicted of murdering a Georgetown police officer told a Sussex County jury on Monday that the killer is the product of a troubled and violent childhood who does not deserve the death penalty.
A jury has found a Maryland man guilty of killing a Georgetown police officer.
A fellow passenger in a car stopped by police after a failed robbery attempt has identified a Maryland man as the gunman who fatally shot a Delaware police officer.
A police firearms expert says he found no gunshot residue on a shirt worn by a Maryland man accused of fatally shooting a Delaware police officer.
The murder trial of a man charged with killing a Georgetown police officer is underway.