Maryland State Police
More than 800 people turned out for a 5K race to raise money to help an injured state trooper and her family.
Maryland State Police say a Delaware man was killed after he fled during a traffic stop and crashed in a field in Caroline County.
A Coast Guard investigator accompanying Maryland State Police to serve a search warrant in a weapons investigation at a Maryland home seized unrelated government documents and notes from a journalist who was the suspect’s wife. The Coast Guard said its investigator was suspicious that the government documents were labeled “law enforcement sensitive.”
Maryland State Police say a retired trooper was killed when a car crashed into a garage at his Rock Hall business, where he was living.
Maryland State Police made more than 1,400 traffic stops in one day during a crackdown on drivers who fail to move over or slow down for emergency vehicles.
Maryland passed the “move over” law, which allows police to impose fines on drivers who don’t move out of the lane adjacent to the breakdown lane when an emergency vehicle is parked on the side of the road, in 2010.
An investigation into the stabbing of a nurse at a state psychiatric hospital is focusing on how a patient obtained a 7-inch galvanized metal spike that he allegedly used in the attack, the facility’s chief executive said Tuesday.
The Maryland State Police are criticizing Attorney General Doug Gansler for calling the commander of the executive protection section a “henchman” of Gov. Martin O’Malley and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown.
Maryland State Police say a man was killed when the car he was driving crashed into another car and a tractor trailer on the Baltimore beltway.
The state of Maryland says gun advocates waited too long to challenge tougher firearm regulations set to take effect Tuesday.