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Salisbury Cracking Down On Crime By Increasing Police Force

Officials in Salisbury want to put 15 additional police officers on the streets as part of an effort to tamp down crime in the Eastern Shore town.

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Former Redskins WR Joshua Morgan Charged With Assault

Joshua Morgan, a former wide receiver for the Washington Redskins and graduate of H.D. Woodson High School in northwest D.C., is accused of punching a man outside a D.C. nightclub.

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Accused Accomack Arsonist To Get Multiple Days In Court

A woman accused of more than 60 arson charges along Virginia's Eastern Shore not be charged in one bunch, as prosecutors had hoped.

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Virginia Man Pleads Guilty To Participating In Fake ID Ring

A man from Virginia has pleaded guilty to racketeering and attempted robbery charges as part of his participating in a multi-state organization that produced fake identification documents for illegal immigrants.

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Is Ocean City Really Maryland's Most Dangerous City?

A recent survey of Maryland crime numbers by an online real estate firm found Ocean City was the state's most dangerous, but even a cursory look at the numbers reveals a misunderstanding of statistics.

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Virginia Congressman Calls For Relaxed Mandatory Minimums

Many first-time drug offenders end of spending years in jail due in large part to mandatory minimum sentences, and Virginia Congressman Bobby Scott is calling on fellow lawmakers to rewrite the law that put those into place.

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Prosecutors Say Ex-D.C. Council Member Should Serve More Than Three Years In Prison

Federal prosecutors want former D.C. Council Member Michael Brown, who has pleaded guilty to accepting bribes, to serve more than three years in prison.
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Montgomery County Swim Coach Arrested For Alleged Sex Offenses

Montgomery County Police have arrested a swim coach they say committed sex offenses against an underage girl he was coaching.
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American University Students Demand Response To Banned Frat

About 50 students marched across the university carrying handmade signs to protest what they say is the school's complacency regarding the banned Epsilon Iota fraternity.
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Suspects Sought In Brookland Burglary

D.C. police are looking for three men who robbed eight Catholic University students at gunpoint after tying them up with zip-ties in a home in Northeast D.C.