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Maryland State Police

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  • Police asking for help finding HdG woman missing since March 15

    Maryland State Police criminal investigators are asking for the public's help in finding a critically missing vulnerable Harford County woman. Marina Hope Zukor, 20, from the Havre de Grace area, was last seen around 5 p.m. March 15 in the area of...
  • Father and daughter among 3 killed in Annapolis car accident

    Maryland State Police confirmed Sunday night that two more people have died following a three-vehicle crash Saturday. According to the Capital Gazette (http://bit.ly/1HmQmex), Susannah Badders, 19, of Manchester and Jason Simpkins, 19, of Ellicott City,...
  • Annapolis police investigate dispatcher's access of information

    Annapolis police investigate dispatcher's access of information
    The Annapolis Police Department says it is conducting an internal investigation after a city dispatcher accessed a law enforcement database to find personal information about a 911 Center employee in Baltimore County. In December, the Baltimore County...
  • 1 dead, 3 hurt in 3-car crash on Route 50 in Annapolis

    A three-car crash in Annapolis has killed one person and sent three others to the hospital. Maryland State Police tell WMAR-TV (http://bit.ly/18PjmQZ ) that the crash happened just before 3 p.m. Saturday on Route 50 near Route 665. Police say a person...
  • Former Maryland police superintendent criticized for sign removal incident in Pa.

    Former Maryland police superintendent criticized for sign removal incident in Pa.
    The former Maryland State Police superintendent — who is now acting commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police — has issued an apology after he was caught on video taking down two roadside signs critical of him. Col. Marcus Brown...
  • Secret recording escalates flap over Gov. Tom Wolf's pick for state police commissioner

    HARRISBURG — A Facebook campaign some retired and current Pennsylvania state troopers launched against Gov. Tom Wolf's pick to lead the agency has hit the streets, the halls of the Capitol and the confines of a small suburban police force. A...
  • Fashion police gone too far? Ex-trooper plants mean signs outside home of Gov. Tom Wolf's state police commissioner

    State Senate Republicans are now calling on Gov. Tom Wolf to rescind his pick to lead the Pennsylvania State Police after an Internet-fueled campaign by some retired and current hit the streets. The Senates sent a letter to  Wolf on Friday, a day...
  • Body of missing NJ mom found near Sykesville

    Body of missing NJ mom found near Sykesville
    MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. — Investigators used a GPS device that was in a New Jersey man's vehicle to find the body of his wife, who had been missing since New Year's Eve, along the side of a rural road in Maryland, a New Jersey prosecutor said Wednesday....
  • Lawmakers use Eric Frein case to blast Gov. Tom Wolf's death penalty moratorium

    Lawmakers use Eric Frein case to blast Gov. Tom Wolf's death penalty moratorium
    HARRISBURG — State police officials testified Wednesday before House lawmakers about their 2015-16 budget needs. But from the moment of silence to lawmakers' rants against Gov. Tom Wolf's death penalty moratorium, the two-hour hearing was more about...
  • Senate panel delays vote on higher education secretary amid new complaints

    Senate panel delays vote on higher education secretary amid new complaints
    A Senate committee held up approval for a second time of Jennie C. Hunter-Cevera to be Maryland's new higher education secretary, as lawmakers said they had received unspecified new complaints about her. Sen. Jamie Raskin, chairman of the Executive...
  • One injured in six-vehicle collision on I-95

    One injured in six-vehicle collision on I-95
    One person suffered a minor injury in a six-vehicle collision that required a hazardous materials response and temporarily closed southbound Interstate 95 on Saturday morning, according to the Joppa-Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company. No other injuries...