New surveillance video is released by investigators in the road rage case that stretched from Maryland to Pennsylvania. Timothy Davison was murdered by another driver on Interstate 81.
The case made national headlines–children killed inside their Montgomery County home in what the suspects called an attempted exorcism. Now there’s new developments as a Montgomery County grand jury hands down first-degree murder indictments.
Police are investigating the slaying of a cab driver in Crownsville.
Police have identified a man they say killed his wife and then himself at their Temple Hills home.
Police say an elderly man killed his wife and then himself in Temple Hills.
A Millersville man is arrested in connection with a Craigslist robbery and murder.
Authorities in northern Virginia say a Baltimore man has been charged in the shooting death of his wife during a trip to Loudoun County.
Montgomery County Police have arrested a man they say shot and killed another man who owed him money.
City police have arrested Kevin Carroll, 34, for the shooting death of a MTA bus driver on the South Baltimore block where he lived.
A request from a man seeking early release from prison for his role in his estranged wife’s murder has been denied.
It’s one of the most terrifying cases of road rage ever reported: a man hunted and shot at close range on a nearby interstate. Despite a task force including the FBI and Maryland State Police, the killer is still out there.
The mastermind of one of Maryland’s most notorious murders dies in a prison shootout. There’s now revealing insight from the prosecutor who tried to bring him to justice.