Judge denies dismissal of former police officer’s sexual harassment lawsuit against city; video captures violent Riverdale robbery; former county fire official sentenced in extortion scheme; second-generation local jeweler faces heartbreak as 63-year-old store closes; and more—in Prince George's headlines this week.
Prince George's County Police have made two arrests but are searching for a third suspect involved in a violent robbery last week outside of an East Riverdale restaurant. The incident was caught by a nearby security camera.
Karl Granzow was sentenced Wednesday to 18 months in jail. Granzow was one of the developers involved in a massive corruption scheme involving former County Executive Jack Johnson, The Washington Post reported. The scheme eventually brought Johnson down.
"The Internet and Wal-Mart have destroyed local jewelers," said Fred Fleisher, as a failing business brings heartache and bittersweet memories for second-generation local jeweler.
Prince George's County police have released a video from last week's stickup at East Pines Liquor Store in East Riverdale—one in an apparent string of local robberies. Police believe the same pair has held up stores in East Riverdale, Suitland, and Landover in the past month.
A judge has denied a motion to dismiss a sexual harassment lawsuit brought against the city of Hyattsville by a former city police officer.
Marylanders appeared to agree with national pundits that Mitt Romney was forceful and persuasive in his debate with President Obama.
A suspect wanted for a July 10 armed robbery was arrested Monday.
Historical Graves Moved to Build Shopping Center
The graves of a family from the 19th century are dug up to make room for a shopping center off Crain Highway in Upper Marlboro.
Batman and Korean rapper PSY have seen a big surge in popularity this year as Halloween costumes, but the Top10 list is still dominated by old standbys.
Almost four years in the making, what started as the dream of the former principal and the parents of the C. Elizabeth Rieg School became a reality last week when the Mitchellville South Park Playground officially opened for play in Bowie.
The victim was allegedly attacked in parking lot of the Maryland City hotel.