A Maryland law requiring sex offenders to register for monitoring is now being called into question. A state court already ordered one offender’s name off the list.
A ruling Monday from Maryland’s highest court calls into question a state law that requires some people to register as sex offenders for crimes committed decades ago.
Prince George’s County police say a new gun-offender registry is tracking fewer convicts than originally estimated.
People convicted of gun crimes in Prince George’s County will soon be required to register with police, check in regularly and submit to home visits from officers.
People convicted of gun crimes in Prince George’s County could soon be required to register, regularly check in with police and submit to home visits from officers.
Baltimore County Police are asking for the public’s help locating a man wanted for failing to register as a sex offender and failing to appear in court for several other cases.
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