Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin is scheduled to discuss new legislation he is sponsoring to create a nationwide alert system to catch violent criminals who have injured or killed police officers.
Public apologies. Four of the five female UMBC lacrosse players are saying sorry. They suspended from the team for social media comments threatening to harm–even kill–their own teammates.
Law enforcement officials will have an increased presence at two Frederick County schools after rumors of threats that have so far been unsubstantiated rumors.
Police have issued a warrant for a woman suspected of making anti-Semitic remarks to her former employer.
Howard County Police say a man walked into its Southern District Station and made threats against officers, referring to possible explosive devices in and around the building. He was immediately taken into custody.
The family of a Baltimore City police detective is pressing for a federal investigation, saying he’s the victim of vicious harassment and witness intimidation. They say it all started when he broke the “code of silence” in the department and testified against other officers later convicted for their roles in orchestrating the beating of a drug suspect.
The top prosecutor in Prince George’s County will be testifying before Maryland lawmakers about the need to criminalize threats of mass violence.
Police say a student with access to weapons threatened to shoot and kill others at Laurel High School.
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Police say he threatened to load his guns and blow up his workplace, but 28-year-old Neil Prescott only faces a misdemeanor charge. It’s a charge even law enforcement says isn’t enough.
A Muslim convert from Brooklyn was sentenced Friday to nearly 12 years in prison for posting online threats against the creators of the “South Park” television show and others he deemed enemies of Islam.
A University of Maryland student who authorities say issued online warnings that he planned to go on a shooting rampage has been ruled competent to stand trial.