An accused multi-millionaire drug lord is now behind bars, and a massive black market drug ring is shut down.
The FBI has released surveillance footage of the Washington Navy Yard gunman in action.
The so-called “I-55 Bandit” is finally behind bars. He’s accused of robbing a dozen banks across five states, including here in Maryland. The suspect surrendered to the FBI.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is asking for the public’s help in tracking down a serial bank robber suspected of crimes in five states, including Maryland.
Acting on a White House directive after last December’s Connecticut school massacre, and partnering with a Texas-based training center, the FBI this year has been teaching best practices for responding to mass shootings.
Shutting down child sex trafficking. In just three days, the FBI rescued more than 100 children forced into prostitution and arrested 150 accused pimps–including three operating here in Maryland.
Governor Martin O’Malley said he knew for months about the federal investigation into a gang’s criminal empire at the Baltimore City Detention Center and praised federal prosecutors. But now, correctional officers are slamming the state for a lack of staffing at the facility.
Twenty-five people, including 13 correctional officers have been charged in a federal sting. Two of those suspects—an inmate and a correctional officer whom he impregnated—had initial court appearances Monday afternoon.
Big changes at the Baltimore City Detention Center, just days after the Feds discover sex, drugs and a lucrative business thriving inside the jail walls run by a notorious gang.
The FBI’s announcement that it needs a new home has touched off a virtual real estate beauty contest, with communities around the region jockeying for the opportunity to attract the law enforcement agency — and attendant economic benefits — to their neighborhoods.
One Boston Marathon bombing suspect is dead. The other is now in police custody with serious to critical wounds.
An envelope addressed to Sen. Roger Wicker of Mississippi twice tested positive Tuesday for ricin, a potentially fatal poison, congressional officials said, heightening concerns about terrorism a day after a bombing killed three and left more than 170 injured at the Boston Marathon.