Man Charged For Possession Of More Than $29K Worth Of Illegal DrugsAnnapolis police charged 29-year-old Bruce Simms for possession with intent to distribute more than $29,000 worth of illegal drugs and 14 other related charges on Friday.
Firefighter Injured Battling Blaze At Annapolis Law OfficeA law office in Annapolis caught on fire early Monday morning.
Police Charged Man For A Theft From Auto In AnnapolisAnne Arundel County police charged 55-year-old Joseph Oden Estep for a theft from auto early Sunday morning in Annapolis.
DC Man Found Sleeping On Couch In Annapolis Home Charged With BurglaryAnnapolis police are investigating a burglary after a man was found sleeping on a couch in a home Friday night.
Police Investigating Attempted Armed Robbery At Annapolis StoreAnnapolis police are investigating an attempted armed robbery of a store Sunday morning.
Traffic Alert: Overturned Fuel Truck Closed Lanes On Rt. 50 Near Annapolis, Now ReopenedAn overturned fuel truck has closed two lanes of Route 50 near Route 2 in Annapolis.
Police Investigating Robbery Of 13-Year-Old Boy In AnnapolisAnnapolis police are investigating the robbery and assault of a 13-year-old boy Monday afternoon.
Terrance Sellman Sentenced To 20 Years For Negligent Manslaughter In Double Fatal Crash Near AnnapolisA Brooklyn man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for negligent manslaughter in a 2018 crash near Annapolis that left two people dead, the Anne Arundel County State's Attorney's Office said Friday.
Irish, Midshipmen Both Thankful For Long-Running Series Ahead Of Saturday GameIt will be the first time since 1978 that both teams come in ranked in The Associated Press Top 25
Former Kent Island Mortgage Broker Gets Prison Time For Auto Loan SchemeA former mortgage broker has been sentenced to more than eight years in prison for defrauding people and financial institutions out of over $1 million through an auto-loan application scheme.
The Ripley Race 5K Rolled Out SundayThe Ripley Race 5K to raise awareness for war veterans will take place on November 10 in Annapolis.