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» In addition to mail, Baltimore postman delivered over 100 kilograms of marijuana on his route, documents show
A man pleaded guilty Monday to his role in a drug-dealing operation that involved paying a U.S. Postal Service driver in drugs and cash in exchange for delivering over 100 kilograms of marijuana while on his mail route in Baltimore. Michael Gray faces up to 20 years in federal prison after pleading...
» Baltimore council president calls for hearing on Poe Homes water outage, continuing into second week
As workers unloaded replacement toilets from a truck at the Poe Homes on Monday, Cynthia Davis watched in confusion from her front step. The Housing Authority of Baltimore City had just upgraded the public-housing complex’s toilets as part of an agency-wide initiative two weeks before a water main...
» With one penalty pending, Baltimore judge again faces discipline hearing
A Baltimore judge faced disciplinary proceedings for the second time in less than a year as a hearing opened Monday before the state’s Commission on Judicial Disabilities. District Court Judge Devy Patterson Russell is accused of violating the state’s rules of judicial conduct. The commission’s...
» Orioles sign top pick Adley Rutschman, reportedly nearing deal with second-rounder Gunnar Henderson
When the Orioles announced their first batch of draft signings during their previous homestand, first-year executive vice president/general manager Mike Elias noted many of the team’s “big fish” remained unsigned. He seems to be getting close to locking up the two biggest. No. 1 overall pick Adley...
» Baltimore homicide detectives investigating 3 deaths reported within 24 hours adding to a violent weekend
Baltimore homicide detectives are investigating the deaths of three people who died over a span of 24 hours adding to another violent weekend in the city, according to a release published by the police department. On Monday police were investigating two homicides that happened within an hour of...

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» Trial for former Ravens RB Alex Collins, who faces felony gun and drug charges, rescheduled for July
Former Ravens running back Alex Collins’ trial on drug and weapon charges in Baltimore County Circuit Court was postponed Monday and rescheduled for next month. Collins, 24, who appeared in court Monday with his attorney, has a plea hearing scheduled July 3 and a court trial July 22, according...
» The most interesting Ravens player at every position heading into 2019 training camp
In the absence of actual football, the NFL’s summer break becomes a time for speculation and storylines. Which undrafted free agent will improbably earn his permanent spot in the league? Which touted rookie will underwhelm? Which positions will be up for grabs as Week 1 approaches? We sometimes...
» Preston: Ravens enter new era lacking star power, seeking new faces of the franchise
The Ravens are a team in transition, and one of the toughest jobs this season belongs to the franchise’s marketing department. That group has to sell this football team. It doesn’t sound difficult because the NFL is the No. 1 sport in America and several major networks broadcast games every weekend...
» New Jets GM Joe Douglas fills out staff with familiar faces from Ravens tenure
Joe Douglas filled out his front office staff with some familiar faces who have plenty of NFL experience. The New York Jets general manager hired Rex Hogan as the team's assistant GM as well as a trio of former Ravens front office assistants: Chad Alexander as director of player personnel, Phil...
» Preston: Confident yet inconsistent, QB Lamar Jackson taking command of Ravens offense
The gradual improvements made by Lamar Jackson were noticeable during his second year of organized team activities and minicamp practices, but there is still much to do before he will be considered a top quarterback in the NFL. He’s still inconsistent, but has made strides since his rookie season,...

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» Finksburg mother and son facing drug charges
A Finksburg mother and son were charged Saturday after they allegedly possessed and distributed drugs. Traci Lynn Harbeson, 51, of the 1900 block of Sufolk Road, was charged with multiple counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance, not marijuana, possession of paraphernalia and one...
» Carroll Hospital doctor explains benefits of Maryland screening infants for four new disorders
The Maryland Department of Health announced last week that the the state laboratory would begin screening newborns for four inheritable diseases with an eye toward beginning treatment early. Infants will now be screened for Pompe disease, Fabry disease, Mucopolysaccharidosis type I (MPS I) and...
» Frederick man charged with intent to distribute cocaine
A Frederick man was charged June 21 after police allegedly found controlled substances in his shorts and vehicle. Anthony Burnette Moore, 42, was charged with possessing a controlled dangerous substance and possessing a controlled substance with intent to distribute, according to electronic court...
» Daily arrest report for those arrested June 23, 2019
The following is the daily intake report for the Carroll County Detention Center provided by the Central Booking Unit.
» Daily arrest report for those arrested June 22, 2019
The following is the daily intake report for the Carroll County Detention Center provided by the Central Booking Unit.

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