US Court: Police Don't Need Warrant for Cell Tower RecordsPolice don't have to get a search warrant to obtain records about cellphone locations in criminal investigations, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday in a case closely watched by privacy rights advocates.
Missing Businessman Charged In $50 Million FraudA Lutherville businessman who was reported missing last month has been charged with mail fraud in a nationwide, $50 million telemarketing scam.
U.S. Attorney For Maryland Thanks Baltimore Police OfficersThe U.S. Attorney for Maryland is marking National Police Week by thanking Baltimore police officers who serve with honor and integrity.
Officials Fear More Were Victimized At Fort MeadeThe Justice Department is urging parents of children who attended the Fort Meade Youth Center to talk to their children after a former counselor was charged with child sexual abuse.
Md. Man Is 5th To Plead Guilty In Raccoon CaseA Baltimore man pleaded guilty for his role in hanging a dead raccoon on the porch of an African family's home.
Man Who Ran Child Porn Bulletin Board Will Spend 10 Years In Federal PrisonA Cumberland man is agreeing to serve 10 years in federal prison for running a child pornography bulletin board with about 140 members.
U.S. Attorney Discusses Jack Johnson Corruption CaseFormer Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson is just the latest powerful Maryland politician disgraced by a corruption scandal.
Baltimore's U.S. Attorney Targets Online PredatorsIs your child online? If the answer is yes, Baltimore's U.S. attorney says he or she may be in trouble.
Schenning Named First Assistant U.S. AttorneyVeteran federal prosecutor Stephen Schenning has been named as a top deputy to Maryland U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein.