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Dawnta Harris Sentenced To Life In Prison In Baltimore County Ofc. Amy Caprio's DeathDawnta Harris, the teen convicted in the murder of Baltimore County Police Officer Amy Caprio was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday.
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Frederick Man Pleads Guilty To Federal Fraud And Tax ChargesA Frederick man who owned and operated a payroll processing business pleaded guilty to federal charges of wire fraud and aiding in the filing of a false tax return, in connection with a fraud scheme in which he took funds from his clients' tax escrow account and used them to pay his own personal expenses.
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Delaware Official Defends Lifeguards After They Were Criticized For Putting Sick Shark In Trash CanLifeguards at a Delaware beach drew criticism for placing a 4-foot-long dying shark into a trash can, but a beach official says guards acted in the interest of public safety. Katie Johnston reports.

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