One Of 'Maryland's Most Wanted' Captured In Georgia After 3 Years On The RunA fugitive who was considered one of Maryland's most wanted was arrested Thursday in Georgia after three years on the run, authorities said Friday.
Maryland Attorney General Frosh Offers Support For DOJ Challenge Of Texas Abortion LawMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh on Wednesday offered his support for the Department of Justice's challenge of the new Texas law that bans abortions after six weeks.
Columbia Man Facing Federal Charges For Making Online Threats To Blow Up IRS Headquarters, Shoot House Speaker Nancy PelosiA Columbia man is facing federal charges of making online threats to blow up the IRS Headquarters building and shoot House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Department Of Justice Releases Report On Its Efforts To 'Dismantle' MS-13 In US, AbroadThe Department of Justice released this week a report on its efforts to "dismantle" MS-13 in the U.S. and abroad.
U.S. Attorney Robert Hur Announces Nearly $3M In Justice Department Grants To Combat Addiction Crisis In MarylandU.S. Attorney Robert Hur announced Tuesday awards of nearly $3 million in Department of Justice grants to fight drug abuse and addiction in Maryland.
U.S. Attorney Robert Hur Announces More Than $3.6M In Federal Department Of Justice Grants To MarylandU.S. Attorney Robert K. Hur announced Wednesday more than $3.6 million in Federal Department of Justice grants to Maryland.
Justice Department Gives Maryland Law Enforcement Agencies More Than $6.3M For Community PolicingEight Maryland law enforcement agencies will share more than $6.3 million in federal funding to help them hire more officers and other law enforcement personnel, the justice department announced Wednesday.
Baltimore Gets $2.8M In Funding For 10 New Police Positions From DOJBaltimore has been granted the funds for 10 police positions, a total of $2,830,272.
DOJ Allots $6.6M Of Coronavirus Emergency Funding To MarylandThe Department of Justice made $850 million available to help public safety agencies respond to challenges due to the coronavirus pandemic. Maryland agencies will get $6.6 million of that funding.
Israeli Woman Gets 22 Years In Prison For Investment FraudA federal judge in Maryland on Thursday sentenced an Israeli woman to 22 years in prison for orchestrating a scheme that prosecutors said defrauded tens of thousands of investors across the globe out of tens of millions of dollars.
US Attorney Robert Hur Announces Establishment Of MS-13 Information HotlineLaw enforcement is asking for tips about the MS-13 Gang.
Gaithersburg Man Pleads Guilty To Receiving Child Pornography, Extorting MinorsZhi Tian Lang, age 23, pleaded guilty Wednesday to receipt of child pornography and extortion by threats to post revealing photos of the victims on social media.
DOJ Sues Baltimore County Alleging Race Discrimination By Police Dept. In Entry-Level Police HiresThe Department of Justice announced Tuesday its filed an employment discrimination lawsuit against Baltimore County and the Baltimore County Police Department.
Towson Man Pleads Guilty To Federal Charge Of Distribution Of Child PornographyA Towson man pled guilty to a federal charge of distribution of child pornography.
Baltimore Group Ask Residents To 'Drop Off Drugs' To Combat Opioid CrisisBaltimore residents were able to come and drop off prescription drugs and opioids from their medicine cabinets.