Adam Smeltz of statecollege.com joined The Norris & Davis Show with an update from State College regarding the allegations of sexual abuse of young boys. Also joining the show was Wayne Coffey of NoMoreStolenChildhoods.org.
Occupy Baltimore is trying to create a space that is safe for the free expression of ideas and physically safe for participants while balancing some members’ unease with authorities. But a security statement from the group is sparking concern that it will discourage people from reporting crimes in the plaza they are occupying downtown.
In Baltimore County, a youth basketball coach is charged with sexually abusing one of his players. Police believe there may be more young victims.
An attempt to explain the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal is sparking new outrage.
A retired Episcopal priest accused of molesting two girls while living in Cecil County is still being held in custody after a judge reduced his bond.
An Eastern Shore man found not guilty of child sex abuse is fighting to rebuild his reputation and his family.
The Charles County Sheriff’s Office has charged a 73-year-old man with numerous counts of rape, sexual
child abuse and assault for alleged incidents that date to the 1970s.
Montgomery County Police say a private school admissions director charged with sexually abusing a student has surrendered to authorities.
Laurence Brett, a former Maryland priest who vanished twice amid accusations that he sexually abused more than two dozen children in the U.S., has died in the French Caribbean island of Martinique, a hospital official said Friday.
Episcopal Church and Montana officials say a retired priest is facing child sexual abuse charges and is awaiting extradition to Maryland.
The city of Baltimore has paid a $200,000 settlement to a violinist and music teacher who was wrongfully arrested in a child sex abuse case.