MD Receives $989K Settlement From Ford Over False Advertising ClaimsFrosh and other prosecutors said the automaker falsely advertised the fuel economy of 2013–2014 C-Max hybrids and the payload capacity of 2011–2014 Super Duty pickup trucks.
Frosh Seeks Court Order Blocking Harford County Sheriff's Office From Interfering With Probe Of Deadly ShootingMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh on Monday applied for a court order to block the Harford County Sheriff's Office from interfering with an independent investigation into the shooting death of a 53-year-old man killed by deputies over the weekend.
Man Killed In Gunfire Exchange With Maryland OfficersSomerset County Sheriff's Office deputies shot and killed a man who was allegedly involved in a robbery on Monday, according to authorities.
Evidence Supports Baltimore County Officer's Recollection Of Deadly Shooting, Despite Inconsistencies, Report Showsn independent state investigation into a Baltimore County police shooting last fall found it would be difficult to prove an officer did not act in self-defense when he shot and killed a robbery suspect, a report released Monday by the Maryland Attorney General's Office shows.
Family Of Teen Killed In Confrontation With Baltimore Police Question Officers' ActionsIn an interview with WJZ, Rochester’s family described their devastation after the 18-year-old’s death on February 19.
Baltimore Police Release Body Camera Footage Of Shooting That Killed Odenton TeenThe Baltimore Police Department on Friday released body-camera footage of a police shooting over the weekend that killed an 18-year-old Anne Arundel County man.
Five Indicted In Family Crime Ring Operating In Baltimore City, Anne Arundel County Auto ShopsFive members of a crime ring consisting mostly of family members have been indicted following a 10-month-long investigation, according to the Office of the Attorney General.
Frosh Warns Of Companies Going Door-To-Door To Test For COVID-19Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is warning residents of companies offering door-to-door COVID-19 testing, saying people who took the tests have reported not receiving results after several weeks and do not know if their personal information is secure.
Maryland Attorney General's Office Investigating Death Of Man In Custody At Centreville State Police BarrackThe Independent Investigations Division of the Maryland Attorney General's office is investigating a death of a man held in custody at the Maryland State Police barrack in Centreville Friday.
Bodycam Footage Released From Deadly Police Shooting In Silver SpringDashboard and bodycam footage was released Wednesday from the Dec. 29 fatal shooting in Montgomery County that killed 27-year-old Osman Sesay of Silver Spring.
Trio Indicted In Alleged Structured Settlement Payment SchemeMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh on Tuesday announced the indictments of three men accused of preying on victims of lead paint poisoning.
Body Camera Footage Released In Deadly Anne Arundel County Police ShootingThe Maryland Attorney General’s Office on Monday release body-worn camera footage from a deadly police-involved shooting last month in Anne Arundel County.
Maryland AG's Race Heats Up With Potential O'Malley-Brown Democratic PrimaryThere are several key races to watch as political candidates look to fill vacancies in Maryland's state government, including the campaign to become the next attorney general.
Frosh Warns Hogan About Lack Of Funding For State Program Overseeing Drinking WaterAttorney General Brian Frosh is calling on Gov. Larry Hogan to provide more funding for the Maryland Department of the Environment program tasked with keeping the state's drinking water supply safe.
Police Identify Baltimore Officer Who Killed Barbershop Shooting SuspectPolice on Tuesday identified Sgt. David Burch, a seven-year Baltimore Police Department veteran, as the officer who fatally shot a gunman suspected in a deadly crime spree that left two barbers dead and another man injured.