An Anne Arundel County man has pleaded guilty to producing childhood pornography.
Taking action. Three Maryland universities are under federal investigation for how they’ve handled sexual assaults—and another assault, just days ago at Johns Hopkins, is putting that school’s response in the spotlight.
Baltimore Police say a residential counselor at an assisted living facility has been charged with sexually assaulting a developmentally disabled man at the facility.
A frightening new survey shows sexual assaults are not being investigated at many universities across the country. The study—commissioned by Congress—comes as the federal government ramps up oversight of campus cases.
Newly released emails shed light on how Johns Hopkins University officials handled an alleged rape at a fraternity house. Students are pressing for a federal investigation into the school, demanding more be done to notify and protect students against sexual assaults.
Hopkins Students Protest Over Alleged Sex Assault Response; JHU President To Order Independent Review
Students speaking out. A protest on the Johns Hopkins University campus is held, following allegations of a gang rape at an off-campus fraternity.
Anne Arundel County Police have arrested a person they say broke into a woman’s apartment and began sexually assaulting her.
Prince George’s County Police are distributing flyers with a sketch and description of a man who sexually assaulted a 95-year-old woman in her Riverdale home.
Not guilty. A Naval Academy midshipman is acquitted in the alleged rape of a fellow student at an off-campus party.
The woman at the center of a sexual assault case against a former Naval Academy football player testified Tuesday that the midshipman “kind of laughed” when she asked him if they had sex at an alcohol-fueled party and said: “What? You don’t remember?”
A military judge overseeing the case of a former U.S. Naval Academy football player accused of sexual assault told prosecutors Tuesday he wants them to explain how they plan to prove their case, an indication it may not hold up.
A lawyer for a woman at the center of a sexual assault case involving two U.S Naval Academy midshipmen says military prosecutors plan to recommend dropping a charge against one of the men.