FBI Searching For Serial Cell Phone Store Robber In BaltimoreThe FBI is offering up a $5,000 rewards for information leading to the arrest of a serial armed robber.
Man Gets 1.5 Years In Illegal Arms Export Case In MarylandA Virginia man has been sentenced to a year and a half in prison for attempting to illegally export guns and gun sights to Lebanon.
Ball Cap Bandit Strikes AgainStill on the loose. Monday, the FBI is desperate to find a serial robber they say hit nearly a dozen spots across the region in just weeks.
Tenn. Attacks Prompting Increased Security At Md. Recruiting CentersThe FBI is trying to piece together what motivated a 24-year-old man to go on a deadly rampage at a military reserve center in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
'Ball Cap Bandit' Wanted For Nearly A Dozen Robberies In Baltimore MetroA man dubbed the ‘Ball Cap Bandit’ is wanted in a series of bank robberies and commercial robberies in the Baltimore metro area.
FBI Looking For Two Serial Robbery SuspectsThe FBI is looking for information that will lead to the arrests of two suspects wanted in a series of robberies in Anne Arundel County.
Man Wanted In Deaths Of Wife, Stepdaughter Found In TexasThe FBI report a North Carolina man charged in the deaths of his wife and stepdaughter has been found in Amarillo, Texas after a multi-state manhunt.
Md.-Based Company Develops New Facial Recognition Program For FBICatching criminals one face at a time. The FBI is using a new program with facial recognition to put lawbreakers behind bars.
FBI: Potential Fourth Of July Terror Attacks FoiledThe FBI releases new information about several potential attacks foiled before the July 4th weekend.
Former FBI Agent Gets 3 Years In Drug Tampering CaseAn FBI agent accused of abusing heroin from his own drug investigations and in the process botching dozens of cases has been sentenced to 3 years in prison.
FBI Searching For More Teen Victims Of Online PredatorHundreds of teenage girls were victimized by an online predator. The FBI says they were asked to send naked photos---and some of those girls are right here in Maryland.
DEA Using Billboards To Help Identify Pharmacy Looting SuspectsThe Drug Enforcement Administration is hoping a billboard campaign will help them identify looting suspects during April's riots.