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WJLA - April 20, 2012

Prince George’s County police settle mother, daughter lawsuit.

The Prince George’s County Police Department has settled a lawsuit filed against them by a mother and daughter who say they were roughed up and unjustly arrested…

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WUSA9 - April 21, 2012

Doug Wood, on Brittany Norwood’s sentencing.

Doug Wood, on Brittany Norwood’s sentencing.

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WJLA – May 21, 2012

Prince George’s County police settle mother, daughter lawsuit

The Prince George’s County Police Department has settled a lawsuit filed against them by a mother and daughter who say they were roughed up and unjustly arrested.

The family received a $400,000 settlement.  “I still breakdown and cry. It was a very painful situation,” Kenise Morris says…

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Washington Times – April 19, 2012

Student charged with killing roommate at Bowie State released on bond

A Bowie State University student accused of fatally stabbing her college roommate in the neck was released on bond last week pending trial, a move the young woman’s attorney said signals support of her claim that the killing was in self-defense.

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Washington Post – June 17, 2011

Md. jury acquitted defendant in murder case

It seemed that Prince George’s prosecutors had a strong, or at least a respectable, case against Randy “Juice” Sparrow, who went on trial this week on charges he murdered his stepbrother and nearly killed another man in Fort Washington in September 2008.

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Washington Post – May 05, 2011

Indictment in yoga store slaying

The Bethesda yoga store worker who allegedly killed her co-worker during a spat over stolen merchandise was indicted Thursday by a Montgomery County grand jury on a charge of murder, prosecutors said.

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Washington Post – March 11, 2011

$3M Jury award in Md. pedestrian death.

A Circuit Court civil jury in Prince George’s County Thursday awarded $3.3 million to relatives of a woman killed by a motorist as she walked on a stretch of Pennsylvania Avenue that did not have a sidewalk or guard rails…

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Washington Post – November 04, 2010

Pr. George’s officer is suspended.

A Prince George’s County police officer who was moonlighting as a security guard at a party last weekend was suspended after he allegedly hit an unarmed college student in the mouth, then briefly placed the young man in a chokehold, officials said…

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