Two men were sentenced Monday in connection with a shooting at Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda last March.
Tyler Tessier had five people he wanted to get in touch with before he killed himself last year, hours ahead of opening statements in his murder trial for the 2017 death of his pregnant girlfriend, Laura Wallen.
Anthony Strong, 51, admitted to a Montgomery County Circuit Court judge in October to killing his fiancee in November 2017 during an argument over money.
As part of an agreement with prosecutors, the 64-year-old entered a guilty plea to one count of sex abuse of a minor Monday in Montgomery County Court and was sentenced to 90 days in jail.
Elmer Campos Martinez, 48, was found guilty of first-degree murder for the death of 21-year-old Dania Mendez de Guerra in November of 2017.
A jury convicted Kittrell Budd, 27, in May of attempted first-degree murder and violating a protective order in the Dec. 3, 2017, attack. He was sentenced to life in prison by Judge Cheryl McCally on Friday in Montgomery County Circuit Court.
A high-profile murder trial hearing Friday included a recorded jail phone call between defendant Tyler Tessier and his father and though dramatic, it was a generally legal move.
A Maryland man known to police for watching young girls outside their schools in the Silver Spring area has been convicted of sexual solicitation of a minor after he approached two girls while driving around with a mattress and condoms in his back seat.
A pair of D.C. brothers are facing several years in prison after their mother identified them to police as the men robbing Metro riders.
Lloyd Lee Welch is expected to enter a plea in the 1975 murders of the Lyon sisters, and accept a life sentence, but several key questions remain.
The two teenagers who were recently cleared in a highly publicized rape case centering on Rockville High School are now fighting to stay in the United States and against newly announced child pornography charges.
After three days of deliberation, a Montgomery County jury could not reach a unanimous verdict in the murder trial of Rico LeBlond, who was charged with the 2015 shooting of a transgender woman.
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