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Police Lieutenant Christopher Bartley Blows Up NIST Lab Trying to make Crystal Meth.

A now-former federal officer who tried to cook meth on a government research campus was sentenced Thursday night to more than three years in prison. News4’s Scott MacFarlane reports. 557 more words

Police Misconduct

Interview #40: Gaithersburg, MD Council Member Ryan Spiegel (with podcast)

This podcast interview is available on iTunesStitcherPlayer FM, and right here:

http://media.blubrry.com/citycouncilchronicles/content.blubrry.com/citycouncilchronicles/CCC_Ep027.mp3

In addition to being a part-time chicken daddy, Ryan Spiegel was ensnared in the infamous “city council walkout” of 2016. 565 more words

Maryland Woman Gets 50 years for Poisoning, Burning 5-year-old Son

GAITHERSBURG, Md. — A Maryland woman has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for giving her 5-year-old son a fatal overdose of antihistamine before setting her car on fire with the boy inside. 184 more words

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4 Adults, 6 Juveniles ID'd As Suspects In Md. Girl's Murder

SPRINGFIELD, Va. (AP) — Remains found near a northern Virginia park Saturday were identified Tuesday as those of a missing 15-year-old Maryland girl.

On Wednesday, Fairfax County Police said they identified 10 suspects, four adults and six juveniles, in Damaris A. 152 more words

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Police: Man Charged In Attack On Grocery Store Worker

GAITHERSBURG, Md. (AP) — Montgomery County police have charged a Gaithersburg man in an attack on a grocery store worker.

Police said in a statement that 45-year-old James Odum, a regular customer, walked into Food Express in Gaithersburg on Saturday morning, bought some food and left. 114 more words

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Scuba (2 photos)

Poster of Girl with Diving Mask, Shady Grove Metro, Gaithersburg, Maryland, 2016

Street Photography

DC Kitchen's Food Service for Schoolchildren

Patrick Stoup is an accomplished business executive in Gaithersburg, Maryland, who has held a variety of high-level executive positions. Currently working as the CEO of SAI, a company providing professional corporate support for its clients, Patrick Stoup is also an enthusiastic philanthropist, and supports organizations such as DC Kitchen. 174 more words

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