Governor Moore signs new law creating paper trail for catalytic converters

ANNAPOLIS, MD—There will now be a paper trail for detectives to follow when investigating catalytic converter thefts in Maryland. On Thursday, Governor Wes Moore signed into law HB871 – a measure introduced by Delegate Carl Jackson. The law requires a form of recordkeeping by licensed businesses such as automotive dismantlers, scrap metal processors, or junk dealers. During the session, Baltimore […]

Harford County financial advisor sentenced to 3.5 years in prison for stealing elderly client’s life savings

BALTIMORE, MD—A Harford County financial advisor who also had a home in Perry Hall has been sentenced to prison for stealing an elderly client’s life savings. On April 30, a judge sentenced Eddy Ray Blizzard, 45, of Havre de Grace, to 42 months’ imprisonment followed by two years of supervised release. The sentence was announced by United States Attorney for […]

BCPS athletic director charged after using AI to fake high school principal’s voice in racist rant [VIDEO]

PIKESVILLE, MD—An athletic director with Baltimore County Public Schools has been charged after using officials say he used artificial intelligence to fake a high school principal’s voice in a retaliatory recording. On Thursday, April 25, 31-year-old Dazhon Darien was arrested on charges of stalking, theft, disruption of school operations, and retaliation against a witness. The charges stem from an investigation […]

Suspect arrested after stealing vehicle near Nottingham Post Office

NOTTINGHAM, MD—A police pursuit has concluded and a suspect has been arrested after a vehicle was stolen in the Nottingham area on Wednesday morning. Police had reportedly responded to a report of a stolen vehicle near the Nottingham Post Office on Mercantile Road. The suspect fled and a pursuit began, with the suspect eventually bailing out and running into the […]

Former Maryland claims adjuster sentenced for felony theft scheme

BALTIMORE, MD—Maryland Attorney General Anthony G. Brown this week announced that Laurelle Monet Manley-Williams, 34, of Glen Burnie, has been sentenced on one count of theft scheme, at least $25,000 but less than $100,000. The Honorable Charles Carey Deeley, Jr., a visiting judge in the Howard County Circuit Court, sentenced Manley-Williams to three years of incarceration, with all but 60 […]

Three robberies reported in Parkville, Middle River business burglarized

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Police are investigating an assault, a burglary, and three robberies that were reported over the past week. Sometime between 12:15 a.m. and 12:30 a.m. on Saturday, January 13, 2024, an armed suspect robbed someone in the 8400-block of Kings Ridge Road in Parkville (21234) and fled in the victim’s vehicle. At just before 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, January 13, […]