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  • NoticeReginald Cooper stabbed two Hispanic immigrants at a Rockville Metro Station. He was sentenced 60 years in prison, eligible for parole in 2066. Courtesy of ABC7 News.

  • NoticeSamuel Ellis, 19, has been charged  with the deaths of Alexander Murk and Calvin Jia-Xing Li, both 18 and recent graduates of Wootton High School, and the injury of a 16 year-old boy as well. Courtesy of NBC 4 Washington.

  • NoticeMeet John McCarthy, State's Attorney for Montgomery County, Maryland

  • NoticeJose Bacon, 56, has been convicted on 19 different charges, including abuse and neglect, theft, exploitation and multiple charges of counterfeiting. Courtesy of NBC4 News.

  • Notice32-year-old Stephon Summers and his associate 31-year-old Terrence Walker robbed a woman outside her apartment in Rockville, MD and tased her 3 times. Courtesy of ABC7 News.

  • NoticeState v. Wilfred Christopher Olalo - A fugitive on the run for almost a decade was back in a Maryland courtroom to face his charges for a killing an officer. Olalo was convicted of homicide by motor vehicle while impaired by alcohol. Olalo received three years in prison -- the maximum sentence under law. Courtesy of Fox 5 News

  • NoticeState vs Christian Jordan. A gunman, Christian Jordan who preyed on women near the Wheaton Metro station. Jordan was charged for three different incidents that occurred in December. The judge said he faces up to 25 years in prison. Courtesy of Fox 5 News

  • NoticeState vs Kevin Reynolds. Kevin Clement Reynolds, the music mogul convicted of murdering a man in front the man's daughter in Silver Spring. He was sentenced to life for his first degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder convictions. The additional 20 year sentence is for use of a handgun in the commission of a felony. Courtesy of WUSA 9.

  • NoticePolice say they found internet searches on Larlane Pannell-Brown’s phones relating to death including “what happens if you get tasered in the head” and “what drinks cause heart failure.” Police found the body of Cecil Brown in his backyard off Colby Avenue on Aug 4. Courtesy of My MC Media

  • NoticeKellye Lynn, of Comcast Newsmakers, talks with John McCarthy, the State's Attorney for Montgomery County Maryland regarding the Maryland DNA Act (courtesy of Comcast Newsmakers).

  • NoticeThe Family Justice Center (FJC) is a place where victims of domestic violence and their families can receive services to promote their safety and well-being (courtesy of ABC7, WJLA). Read the Family Justice Center Newsletter featuring John McCarthy.

 

 

 

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