NFL Takes Over Investigation Of Washington Football TeamThe NFL has taken over the independent investigation into workplace conduct within the Washington Football Team, owner Dan Snyder confirmed Monday.
Cyberstalker Gets 4 Years In Prison For 'War' On WomanAhmad Kazzelbach, 27, of Pasadena, Maryland, was sentenced on Monday to four years in prison for his online harassment of the woman, who is identified by her initials “J.K.” in court records.
Women Travel From North Carolina To Baltimore To Demand Removal Of NAACP MemberWomen from the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP are traveling to the organization's national headquarters in Baltimore to demand the removal of a member who they say harassed a former employee.
Md. Legislature To Conduct Harassment Climate SurveyHouse Speaker Michael Busch says getting direct and anonymous feedback is another step in the right direction to make improvements.
Towson University Police Warn Students Of Woman Looking For A Date For Her SonTowson University Police are asking the community to be on the lookout for a woman reportedly trying to find a date for her son.
Police: Road Rage Incident Ends With One Man Pooping On AnotherPolice say one man defecated on another man during a road rage episode in Pennsylvania.
Man Charged With Sending Taunting Texts To OfficerA man is accused of sending a barrage of obscene and harassing text messages to an officer who gave him a citation in Maryland.
Former Detective Files Lawsuit Against Baltimore Police DepartmentThe new lawsuit claims detective Joe Crystal faced intimidation and harassment after blowing the whistle on fellow officers' misconduct on the job.
Jury Awards $127K To Ex-Officer In Harassment SuitA federal jury awarded a former Maryland Transportation Authority Police officer $127,000 after she alleged that she was sexually harassed by an instructor at the agency's police academy.
Md. Universities Updating Sexual Misconduct PolicyThe University System of Maryland is updating policies on sexual misconduct, including assault and harassment, as the issue of rape on campus receives greater scrutiny from the federal government.
Detective Branded 'Rat' Testifies About Harassment And Intimidation On The JobA Baltimore City Police detective says he was harassed at work, even finding a dead rat on his windshield. He believes it's because he testified in court against two officers convicted in a corruption case.
Breaking The Code Of Silence: Family Of Detective Branded 'Rat' Wants Investigation Into ThreatsThe 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.
Md. Man Sentenced To 115 Years For Stalking Ex-WifeA Prince George's County man has been sentenced to 115 years in prison for threatening to rape and kill his ex-wife and her daughters.
Cyberbullying Bill Aims To Cut Down On Online HarassmentA group of Maryland lawmakers takes steps to outlaw cyberbullying.
Reported Sex Assaults Spike At Military AcademiesReported sexual assaults at the nation's three military academies jumped by 23 percent overall this year, but the data signaled a continued reluctance by victims to seek criminal investigations.