Prince George's Headlines: Sex Harrasment Lawsuit, Sentencing for Fast Food Robbery, NAACP Wants Officer Removed
NAACP calls for removal of officer seen striking handcuffed man; principal of new TAG school shares vision; lawyers ask judge not to dismiss sexual harassment case against police, and more.
The assailant pistol whipped a fast food manager and then stuck him in the freezer.
Leaders of the Prince George’s County Branch of the NAACP and community members in Laurel are calling for the removal of a Laurel police officer who was filmed last week striking a handcuffed man at a local bar.
Lawyers for Marsha Lessard, the former city police officer who has brought a sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuit against the Hyattsville City Police Department, have asked the judge to reject a motion filed by city attorneys to dismiss Lessard's lawsuit.
Warren Tweedy is on a mission to see that students at Prince George's County's newest Talented and Gifted school are able to do something he could as a kid. And he's already envisioning it happening.
Years of lawsuits and insurance claims against the city police department, among other city departments, have left Hyattsville with some of the worst insurance statistics in the state across a number of categories, according to data released by city officials last week.
The total reflects the cost of hiring attorney David Podolsky to represent the town in the development process.
Mayor Andrew Fellows broke a tie vote of the City Council Tuesday night.
George Rivers is charged with first-degree burglary.