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Suspect in Wheaton Kidnappings/Robberies

Suspect in Wheaton Kidnappings/Robberies

The following information was sent to us by Cathy Plevy:

Detectives from the Montgomery County Police Major Crimes Division –Robbery Section continue to investigate three incidents of kidnapping

Second Maryland Man Sentenced to 15 Months in Prison After Caught Cheating Banks

Second Maryland Man Sentenced to 15 Months in Prison After Caught Cheating Banks

 

The following information was sent to us by the United States Attorney’s Office:

 

Montgomery County Participates in Third Annual DEA Nationwide Prescription Drug Take Back Day

Montgomery County Participates in Third Annual DEA Nationwide Prescription Drug Take Back Day

The following information was sent to us by Lucille Baur:

The Washington Division of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is working with local law enforcement agencies, government, and public health organizations across the country to present its third “Prescription Drug Take Back Day.”  This event is scheduled for Saturday, October 29, from 10:00 a.m. through2:00 p.m.  The initiative, which began in September of 2010, is part of an effort to prevent the increasing problems of pill abuse and theft that occur nationwide.

Celebrate Crime Prevention Month

Celebrate Crime Prevention Month

Is your home safe?

Cathy E. Plevy from The office of the Chief of Police in Takoma Park urges residents to review the below information about home security and how to take steps to reinforce the security of your residence.

PGPD Arrest Suspect Responsible for Three Burglaries in College Park

PGPD Arrest Suspect Responsible for Three Burglaries in College Park

The following information was sent to us by The Prince George's County Police Department:

Silver Spring Crack Dealer Sentenced to Over 15 Years In Prison

Silver Spring Crack Dealer Sentenced to Over 15 Years In Prison

 

U.S. District Judge Alexander Williams sentenced Trent Ingram, age 40, of Silver Spring, Maryland, today to 188 months in prison, followed by four years of supervised release, for possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine.  Judge Williams enhanced Ingram’s sentence upon finding that he is a career offender based on four previous drug convictions.