Crackdown on the roads. State troopers are on the lookout for drivers in violation of the Move Over Law. This comes after several of their own have been injured by drivers who didn’t make room.
Maryland State Police made more than 1,400 traffic stops in one day during a crackdown on drivers who fail to move over or slow down for emergency vehicles
Move over! That’s the message from Maryland State Police to motorists! Starting Monday, state troopers will be out enforcing the state’s Move Over Law.
A Howard County man is dead after suffering a medical emergency during a traffic stop.
A traffic stop turns deadly in Baltimore City overnight. An officer is dragged two blocks then opens fire on the driver.
Ocean City police say they pulled over two young men with a handgun, ammunition, three large knives and a metal throwing tomahawk in their car.
Two police officers are recovering after an oncoming vehicle hits their patrol car along I-95 near Caton Avenue.
A driver caught speeding in Baltimore County attempts to flee the scene on foot while the car–still in drive–crashes into a home and catches fire.
Three weeks after the death of a man in police custody, city officials say there is still no cause of death.
A teenager from Queen Anne’s County faces a slew of charges after he attempted to flee from police during a traffic stop last month. The teen is also accused of attempting to disarm a trooper upon arrest.
Maryland State Police say they found 40 pounds of marijuana in a man’s minivan troopers pulled over on Interstate 70.
Frederick police say a man who drove away from them during an attempted traffic stop drove the vehicle into a pond.