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HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) A 67-year-old woman charged with soliciting the murder of her son's former girlfriend remains behind bars in Hagerstown after having bail set at $750,000. Grace Fink of Hancock sought to be released on her own recognizance but a judge said the charges are too serious and the flight risk too high to let Fink out so easily.

BALTIMORE (AP) Baltimore police say an active-duty Army soldier was shot to death in the city while on the way home from grocery shopping with his wife. Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi says 22-year-old Clifford Williams was on leave from service in Afghanistan.

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