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Maryland State Police

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  • Police take-home car programs a trade off; costs unknown

    Police take-home car programs a trade off; costs unknown
    When they are not patrolling the streets and nabbing speeders, hundreds of Baltimore-area police officers are allowed to use their cruisers to pick up groceries, run family errands or shuttle relatives around. Such programs cost taxpayers — but no...
  • Biden to visit Baltimore to promote rape kit funding

    Biden to visit Baltimore to promote rape kit funding
    Vice President Joe Biden, whose planned visit to Baltimore last month was postponed in advance of the first major snowstorm to strike the region this season, is now planning to come next Monday, the White House said. Biden is scheduled to appear with...
  • False report of stabbing, hostage situation creates panic in Taneytown

    False report of stabbing, hostage situation creates panic in Taneytown
    When Carroll County's 911 center received a call at 9:47 Thursday morning that a stabbing had occurred and people were being held hostage at a townhouse on Fairground Avenue in Taneytown, police sprung into action. When they arrived at Rachel Proctor'...
  • Hogan introduces plan to reopen Maryland State Police barrack in Annapolis

    Hogan introduces plan to reopen Maryland State Police barrack in Annapolis
    Maryland State Police troopers could soon return to Annapolis. Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday announced funding for 100 new troopers and plans to reopen Barrack J in Maryland's capital city. The barrack was closed in 2008 as part of a cost-saving measure....
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Health exchange audit, Cosby sales and water bill woes

    Good morning, Baltimore: Health exchange audit, Cosby sales and water bill woes
    Good morning, Baltimore:  Here's what you need to know for Friday. WEATHER It’s going to be  a rainy Friday with temperatures reaching 51 and falling back to 34 overnight. There is a possibility of --- there’s that word again --- snow...
  • Md. farmer gets life in prison for worker's shooting death

    Prosecutors say an Eastern Shore farmer has been sentenced to life in prison for killing a worker who disappeared in 2009. Dorchester County Circuit Court Judge Brett Wilson sentenced 67-year-old William Hamilton of Hurlock on Thursday. WMDT-TV reports...
  • Hogan to seek $8.2 million for State Police expansion

    Hogan to seek $8.2 million for State Police expansion
    Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday that he will ask the General Assembly to put an additional $8.2 million in next year’s budget to let the Maryland State Police hire 100 additional troopers and reopen the long-closed barrack in Annapolis. Hogan,...
  • Md. 75 reopened at Md. 26 in Libertytown after truck clears intersection

    A tractor-trailer stuck on a cast iron bollard has cleared the intersection of Md.75 and Md. 26. All lanes are open, according to Maryland Department of Transportation's Coordinated Highways Action Response Team website. The rear axel of the trailer...
  • Reward offered in shooting of Goodwill store security guard

    Maryland State Police are announcing a reward offer in the January shooting of a Goodwill store security guard in Frederick County. Police said Thursday that the family of 42-year-old Gerald Campbell is offering $2,000 for information leading to the...
  • Students at two schools in Taneytown resume normal activities

    Students at two schools in Taneytown resume normal activities
    Students at Taneytown Elementary and Northwest Middle School are resuming normal operations today according to information provided by Carroll County Public Schools. Earlier they were being kept inside the buildings while an incident in Taneytown was...
  • Senate panel approves one Hogan Cabinet pick, holds up five others

    Senate panel approves one Hogan Cabinet pick, holds up five others
    A Senate committee recommended confirmation of Gov. Larry Hogan's pick to be economic development secretary Monday. But the panel put off voting on five other Cabinet nominees amid continuing questions about two of them. The vote on R. Michael Gill to...