Man Sentenced To 25 Years In SlayingA Pasadena man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for his role in the killing of a man over a drug debt.
Woman Gets 30 Years In Fatal Shooting, StabbingA woman has been sentenced to 30 years in prison in the fatal shooting and stabbing of a man over a $200 debt.
Plea Deal In Theft Case For Former Councilwoman A former Hagerstown city councilwoman has entered an Alford plea on a felony theft charge related to more than $12,000 owed to the grandchildren of a woman who died in 2011.
Man Gets 85 Years In Slayings Of Mom, DaughterA man accused of killing five women in Prince George's County and who was convicted on federal charges in a series of home invasions entered an Alford plea on Wednesday in the slayings of a nurse and her daughter.
Mia Farrow's Brother Makes Alford Plea In Sex CaseThe brother of actress Mia Farrow has entered an Alford plea to two counts of sexually abusing two boys.
Md. Man Charged With 1st-Degree Rape Enters Alford PleaAn Arnold man has entered an Alford plea to felony first-degree rape in an attack on a woman in her home.
Man Makes Alford Plea In Sex OffenseA Severn man accused of having sex with a 14-year-old girl has entered an Alford plea to a fourth-degree sex offense.
Md. Woman Gets 18 Months In Murder-For-Hire PlotThe mistress of an Annapolis man who tried to enlist a hit man to kill his wife has been sentenced to 18 months in jail for her part in the plot.
Md. Judge: Board Must Reinstate Doctor's LicenseA judge says a Maryland doctor accused of improperly touching patients must have his medical license reinstated.
Man Convicted In Deaths Of Estranged Wife, Her SonA North Carolina man was convicted Friday of crushing the skulls of his estranged wife and her 11-year-old son, a crime that prosecutors said was motivated by his desire to steal the woman's car and valuable items from her suburban Maryland home.
Garrett County Killer Gets Life Without Parole A sentence of life without parole for a Garrett County killer has left the family of a second victim with mixed feelings about a decision by prosecutors not to pursue a conviction for her slaying, the woman's grandmother said Monday.