'Person of Interest' Sought in Cecil Co. Royal Farms TheftThe Cecil County Sheriff's Office is asking for help to identify a person of interest in a recent theft case.
Woman Posed as Landlady, Stole 'Rent Money' A North Carolina woman is accused of stealing more than $4,000 from five men by posing as the landlady of a Maryland property she was being evicted from.
Royal Farms Cigarette Theft Suspect Sought In Baltimore Co.Baltimore County Police say they are looking for a man who stole cigarettes from Royal Farms stores the past few months.
23 Snow Plows Reported Missing From Glen Burnie YardThe Maryland State Highway Administration has announced that 23 snow plows are missing from a Glen Burnie maintenance yard.
4 Convicted In Fatal Shooting To Steal Boots SentencedFour men have been sentenced for their roles in the fatal shooting of a 15-year-old to steal the boots he was carrying.
Man Accused Of Choking Woman In CumberlandPolice say a Cumberland man choked a female acquaintance and slammed her to the ground after stealing her cellphone during an argument.
Former Cecil County GOP Treasurer Pleads Guilty To TheftA former treasurer for the Cecil County Republican Central Committee has pleaded guilty to felony theft of committee funds.
Tires Stolen From Frederick Automotive BusinessPolice say they're investigating after a large quantity of tires were stolen from an automotive business in Frederick.
Owner Tracks Stolen iPad, Helps Police Find Device, SuspectAnnapolis Police say a man whose iPad was stolen from his car tracked the device and gave the information to officers, who found the device and a suspect.
14 Alleged Members Of $5 Million Car Theft Ring IndictedFourteen alleged members of a $5 million car theft ring operating in Washington and its Maryland suburbs have been indicted on federal racketeering charges.
2 Charged In Connection With Odenton Burglary, Homicide InvestigationAn 18-year-old man was arrested for his involvement in a series of burglaries that happened last week in Odenton.
Ex-Principal Pleads Guilty To Stealing From Student FundA former Baltimore principal has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $50,000 from Western High School's student activity fund to make personal purchases.