Maryland’s attorney general wants to keep a state law that allows police to collect DNA from people charged with a violent crime, burglary or attempts to commit those crimes.
A major court decision could change the way police catch criminals in Maryland. It’s a ruling that’s sparking outrage among public safety officials.
Maryland State Police are halting the collection of DNA samples from people charged with certain violent offenses after a ruling by the state’s highest court earlier this week.
A Hagerstown man has been convicted of a 2004 rape in Frederick based on a DNA sample he submitted in Tennessee.
On Tuesday local students got a chance to test out their CSI skills at the Baltimore School for the Arts.
Police in Montgomery County say they’ve used DNA to arrest a suspect in a rape case from 2007.
Harvard University Professor Henry Louis “Skip” Gates Jr. is asking all residents of Allegany County who are of Irish descent to get their DNA tested to help solve a 150-year-old family mystery — who is Gates’ great-great grandfather?
Baltimore County Police say a Colorado man has been charged with a slaying in Dundalk in 2000.
DNA evidence is the focus in the trial of one man accused of gang-raping a girl at a popular Baltimore County roller skating rink.
A man convicted of four sexual assaults in two states is headed for trial in Hagerstown for a 1998 rape near the western Maryland town of Smithsburg.
Local and federal authorities on Thursday will solicit the public’s help in catching a man who they say is linked by DNA and other clues to a series of sexual assaults in Montgomery County and to the killing of a young scientist in Georgetown in the 1990s.
Twelve-year-old Jessica Nguyen was found stabbed to death inside her family’s townhouse on Raven Avenue. Montgomery County Police arrested David Rich Hang– Nguyen’s stepfather– for her murder.