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Sunday, January 22, 2006

News Briefs (Saturday and Sunday)

(Updated 24 Jan 2006)
Gory Prince George's
  • Fifth murder of the new year
    • Bozeman, Quincy, 1 month
      • Shaken to death, 18 Jan 2006, 8:30 pm
      • 6500 block, Pennsylvania Avenue, 20747 (5) (a)
    • Arrest:
      • Bozeman, Choyyah Igerray, 21
      • Arrested 19 Jan 2006
    • Details and sources
  • Arrest in 2005 murder
  • Ruling in shooting suit
  • A Prince George's County undercover narcotics police corporal who followed an unarmed college student to Fairfax County and fatally shot him is responsible for his wrongful death, according to a civil jury that awarded $3.7 million in damages to the victim's daughter and parents..
  • Frustration and Fear Boil Up in Pr. George's; Hundreds at Forum Complain of Growing Crime
    • Post, 22 Jan 2006 (by Allison Klein, Washington Post Staff Writer).
    Hundreds of Prince George's residents packed an Upper Marlboro church yesterday to warn county officials that they are fed up with increasing crime and want some relief.
    [. . .]
    Residents and a few county officials painted a grim picture of some streets and school halls, where criminals and unruly teens often have more control than law enforcement and principals.
    [Full story].
    • Officials mentioned in the story:
      • C. Anthony Muse (former Delegate)
      • Glenn F. Ivey (State's Attorney)
      • Jim Estepp (former Council member)
      • Jack Johnson (County Executive) Absent
      • Melvin High (Chief of Police) Absent
      • Beatrice P. Tignor (school board chairman)
      • Thomes E. Dernoga (Council chairman)
      • Joseph F. Vallario, Jr. (Delegate)
      • Wayne Curry (former County Executive)
      • Samuel H. Dean (Council member)
  • Boundaries Change in Pr. George's; Board Shifts Students to New Schools
  • The Prince George's school board approved new attendance zones for several elementary and high schools to help fill two schools scheduled to open in August. The shifts will move 2,125 students over two years into the new Dr. Henry A. Wise Jr. High School in Upper Marlboro and 660 kindergarten students to a West Hyattsville elementary school that has not been named.

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