Monday, December 10, 2007

MTA: No Video of Beating

A 16-year-old boy was shot this morning in the 4200 block of Nicholas Avenue near Belair Road, he's in critical condition.

MTA source: There is no video of last week's bus beating.

Jury selection begins this morning for Trayvon Ramos, the fourth suspect charged in the near-fatal beating of Zach Sowers.

In the county, three people were stabbed at Lecompte's restaurant at 4015 Annapolis Road and one has died. Suspects are in custody.

"Proposal to Let Noncitizens Join Md. Police Under Review"

Gird your downspouts! Metal thievery is more than a local annoyance, it's an international trend as base-metal prices soar.

The Supreme Court has ruled that judges may impose shorter prison terms for crack cocaine crimes, enhancing judicial discretion.

The Blotter has your robberies and burglaries.

Ideas this town needs: community urinalysis, cold-case playing cards, bulletproof backpacks.


graham said...
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graham said...

Update on Ramos trial: Ramos accept a plea deal: Life sentence, all but 40 suspended, eligible for parole in 20 years. It is unbelievable how screwed up this is, after the SA just let the other three animals off with a very generous plea deal. I suppose 20 years is still better then nothing, which in this city is always a possibility. I really wish the scumbag parents of these thugs had some assets to make a civil case worth the effort, but that's probably unlikely.

Maurice Bradbury said...