Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Catherine Hoggle was arrested Saturday night, but refuses to tell police where her children, ages 3 and 2, are located.
Former swim coach Christopher Huott also has an order to not have contact with children.
Catherine Hoggle and her two children have been missing since at least Monday.
A Montgomery County woman with schizophrenia and her two children are still missing. Police are “deeply concerned.”
Authorities say a Montgomery County woman with schizophrenia wouldn't tell her children's father where the youngsters were before she left.
Montgomery County Police officials say they will not release details into a complaint made about the arrest of a Germantown teen.
The body of Martin Rogers of Gaitherburg, missing since Aug. 21, was found Thursday in Allegany County.
Police say Hani Haleem stabbed his 82-year-old mother, Somaya, to death, then set their house on fire.
Police say taking a break at a Florida McDonald’s proved fatal for the Connecticut man, who left Maryland a month ago.
Impaired and aggressive drivers, be warned; more troopers are out for holiday enforcement.
Police 'will take every opportunity to educate motorists,' Maryland Transportation Authority chief says.
Montgomery County Police are collecting donations for the care of Ruby, a dog seriously injured by a shotgun blast.
A Silver Spring man who was a Baltimore police officer has pleaded guilty to killing his girlfriend's puppy with a mop.
A Germantown man and two teens face felony charges for reportedly stealing PEPCO utility poles from a Rockville construction site.
A Montgomery Village motorcyclist died after he was struck by a car in Germantown.
Federal authorities say a 32-year-old man with addresses in Laurel and Burtonsville pretended a romantic in elderly men and women online.
Police are searching for suspects who tried to evict renters from an Olney man's house. A Parkville man has been charged in the case, too.
A blind man was crossing a busy Montgomery County intersection Tuesday morning when an officer stopped to block traffic and help him.
The man received the sentence after being found guilty on three counts.
Passengers from Baltimore and Upper Marlboro were arrested for reportedly packing loaded handguns in their carry-on bags.