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Suspect Hospitalized After Officer-Involved Shooting In MD

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting that sent a suspect to the hospital.

The Prince George’s County Police Department was helping Metropolitan Police Department officers serve an arrest warrant in Greenbelt Monday afternoon. 146 more words

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Police Chief: Captain's Forgery Charge Harms Public Trust

HYATTSVILLE, Md. (AP) — A police captain in Maryland is suspended without pay after being charged with felony forgery, and his chief says that if proven true, the allegations undermine the public’s trust in law enforcement. 109 more words

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Off-Duty Cop Killed After Neighbor Came To Him During Domestic Incident

BRANDYWINE, Md. (WJZ/AP) — An off-duty Prince George’s County Police officer was shot and killed Wednesday morning while trying to protect a neighbor who came to him for help with a domestic situation in Brandywine, investigators say. 583 more words

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10 Hospitalized After Car Hits Upper Marlboro Restaurant

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Several people were injured at an Upper Marlboro restaurant Tuesday afternoon when a car plowed into the building.

It was around 1 p.m. 38 more words

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DOJ Investigating Md. Police Department After Claims Of Racial Discrimination Among Officers

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– The Department of Justice is investigating the Prince George’s County Police Department after several officers claimed they are treated unfairly because of their race. 285 more words

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Officer Helps Woman Deliver Baby On Side Of Md. Highway

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A woman gave birth on the side of a busy Prince George’s County highway last week.

Fortunately, a police officer was nearby and rushed in to help deliver the baby. 157 more words

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Family Member Charged With Killing 3 Girls Under The Age Of 10

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Police have arrested a 25-year-old in the homicides of three girls under the age of 10, who were found in a Prince George’s County home Friday morning. 233 more words

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