Sheriff Jenkins files motion to sever trial from Robert Krop, alleges signed similar letters for other firearm dealers

FREDERICK, MD News (6/1/2023) – In a high-profile fraud case currently underway in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, defendant Charles Austin Jenkins has filed a motion to sever his trial from that of co-defendant Robert Krop. The motion, filed by Jenkins’ legal counsel, requests the court to separate the trials of the two defendants on the grounds of potential prejudice and conflicting defenses.

Maryland State Police Hosting State of Maryland Career Expo

Maryland News (6/1/2023) – The Maryland State Police, in partnership with other State of Maryland agencies, are hosting a Career Expo, set to take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 3, 2023 at the Maryland State Police Training Academy, located at 6852 4th Street in Sykesville, Maryland.

Suspects in murder of 15 year old were in country illegally, ties to MS13 gang

FREDERICK, MD News (6/1/2023) – Following the arrest of five suspects in the murder of a 15 year old boy in Frederick, Designated Immigration Officers (DIO) within the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office 287(g) Program placed an Immigration Detainer-Notice of Action, form I-247A, on all five noncitizens illegally present in the United States. ICE lodges detainers on individuals arrested on criminal charges who ICE has probable cause to believe are removable noncitizens.

FPD Charges 5 Suspects in Death of Missing 15-Year-Old

FREDERICK, MD News (5/31/2023) – On February 25, 2023, family members of 15-year-old Limber Lopez Funez contacted the Frederick Police Department to report him as missing. The teenager was entered as a missing person and detectives with the Major Crimes Unit were assigned to locate Lopez Funez that same day.

NMRC Staff Attends Summer Safety Stand-Down

Cover Photo: Lt. j.g. Peta-Gaye Hylton-Sanderson discusses motorcycle safety with Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Russell Hill during the joint Naval Medical Research Command and Walter Reed Army Institute of Research summer safety stand-down. (U.S. Navy photo by Michael Wilson/Released) SILVER SPRING, Md. News (5/26/2023) – Sailors and staff of Naval Medical Research Command (NMRC) tookContinue reading “NMRC Staff Attends Summer Safety Stand-Down”

Marylanders Can Expect Increased Law Enforcement for Memorial Day Weekend

MARYLAND News (5/26/2023) – Maryland State Police will bolster enforcement efforts over the Memorial Day weekend to prevent dangerous driving behaviors and save lives as more motorists are expected to travel this holiday.

Marylanders Should Be Wary of Deceptive Online Sports Betting Companies and Scams

Maryland News (5/19/2023) – Maryland Attorney General Anthony G. Brown today issued a consumer alert urging Marylanders to always be aware of deceptive online sports betting companies, especially in advance of large-scale popular events like the 2023 Preakness. Companies in Maryland’s online sports betting industry, which also operate through mobile apps, have enticed bettors with aggressive marketing, such as so-called “risk-free” bets. However, these enticements often appear more attractive than they actually are.

Maryland Congressman David Trone Faces Controversy After Alleged Threatening Incident

Hagerstown, MD News (5/16/2023) – David Trone, the current Representative in Congress for Maryland’s 6th district, is facing scrutiny after an incident at a Tempe, Arizona, Total Wine & More store where he is the owner. The incident involved Trone allegedly threatening a worker, Cody Huard, who was assisting with a delivery of merchandise. Huard reported the incident to the police, stating that Trone threatened him by saying, “I will execute you” and “You’re not on my payroll, I will end you right now.”