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  • DA: Stepdad accused of killing Jessica Padgett had drugs on property

    DA: Stepdad accused of killing Jessica Padgett had drugs on property
    Police found evidence of marijuana dealing at the property of an Allen Township man accused of murdering his stepdaughter, Jessica Padgett, and hiding her body — a revelation Friday that came as authorities offered little new insight into what...
  • Pot legalization faces uncertain future in Washington

    Pot legalization faces uncertain future in Washington
    Although residents of Washington voted overwhelmingly in favor of legalizing marijuana this week — a move that could put penalty-free pot within an hour's drive of Baltimore — the ballot initiative faces an uncertain future. The measure,...
  • Man charged with selling meth, heroin in Bethlehem

    Man charged with selling meth, heroin in Bethlehem
    A 32-year-old man was charged with selling methamphetamine to undercover Bethlehem detectives during a two-month investigation, police said Thursday. Police arrested Michael Glicas on Wednesday afternoon at the McDonald's at Wyandotte Street and Broadway...
  • Neighborhood's 'Grandma' allegedly slain for her crack cocaine

    According to evidence presented in court, 67-year-old Dollie Evans, a Holmesburg woman affectionately known as "Grandma" on her block, was fatally shot in the back of her head because she sold crack cocaine from her home and kept wads of cash. Another...
  • Undercover investigator sneaks $22,000 of contraband into NYC jail

    Undercover investigator sneaks $22,000 of contraband into NYC jail
    An undercover investigator posing as a New York City corrections officer was able to sneak $22,000 worth of contraband into the troubled Rikers Island jail complex, officials said on Thursday. The report is the latest in a spate of problems at Rikers...
  • Fox exec Gavin Smith's killing ordered by one, carried out by others, cops say

    Fox exec Gavin Smith's killing ordered by one, carried out by others, cops say
    Multiple people are believed to have been involved in the death of Gavin Smith, the 20th Century Fox executive who went missing for two years, according to law enforcement sources familiar with the investigation. The manner in which Smith died hasn't...
  • Detectives believe they know 'how and why' film executive was killed

    Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials said Thursday that detectives believe they know “how and why” Fox movie executive Gavin Smith was killed, saying that the discovery of his remains brought them closer to an arrest in the case,...
  • 'Dark market' websites seized in U.S., European busts

    'Dark market' websites seized in U.S., European busts
    U.S. and European authorities on Friday announced the seizure of more than 400 secret website addresses and arrests of 16 people in a sweep targeting black markets for drugs and other illegal services. The developments were announced a day after...
  • Working

    Several of the 21 defendants arrested across Lake County last month in “Operation Shut Down the Hustle” were arraigned in Lake County Circuit Court on Friday, pleading not guilty to charges that could land them in prison for life.┬áLake...
  • Owings Mills man convicted on drug, weapon charges

    Owings Mills man convicted on drug, weapon charges
    An Owings Mills man was convicted on drug and weapon charges after federal authorities said he was selling cocaine and heroin in Harford County, prosectors said Wednesday. Lyndon Fascisco Miller, 50, faces a mandatory sentence of 20 years in prison...
  • PR can't overcome truth of 'Serial,' 'Wire'

    PR can't overcome truth of 'Serial,' 'Wire'
    Listening last week to "Serial," the hit podcast about a 1999 teen murder in Baltimore, I couldn't help thinking about all the folks from the mayor on down who believe they can change the city's media image with some positive public relations. And I...