Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
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.
A Rockville man is charged with attempted murder for fracturing his roommate's skull after his dog died in her care.
Montgomery County Police say the suspect first approached the 89-year-old woman, offering to do car repairs for $100.
Nathaniel Morales, a former youth leader, was convicted of molesting boys in Gaithersburg in the 1980s and '90s.
Montgomery County Police needed the public to help identify an elderly woman found alone and unable to communicate.
A former nanny has pleaded guilty to forging checks to steal nearly half a million dollars from the family she worked for over two years.
Seventeen adults and seven children were rescued from 75 feet in the air by Prince George’s County firefighters.
A Bethesda man died over the weekend from injuries suffered after he was struck by an SUV in North Bethesda driven by an Adelphi man.
Baltimore County Police found the body of a Laurel teen camper hours after he had gone missing.
Montgomery County Police Officer Colin W. O'Brien has been suspended with pay while his testimony in a drug trial is investigated.
Statistics show a majority of carjackings take place in two Maryland counties. Do you know how to stay safe?
Maryland and Virginia State Police are partnering this weekend to crack down on reckless drivers on the Capital Beltway.
David Goldberg of Potomac was convicted on assault and attempted voluntary manslaughter charges. His 2-year-old daughter was at the scene.
A Silver Spring man who has been suspended from the Baltimore police force since being charged with killing a puppy will seek probation.
Takoma Park Police say Cecil Brown died of blunt force trauma.
Residents mingled with police and emergency responders Tuesday night to stand up against crime and celebrate community spirit.
The Montgomery County Police Department holds 18 sessions to educate residents about police procedure, from handling DUIs to forensics.
Montgomery County police and fire crews were called to a 300-foot tower after a man climbed it early Monday.