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Thursday, March 25, 2010

Recent Prince George's County News (25 Mar 2010)

Public Safety
  • Gory Prince George's:
    • GoryPG: Justin Ryan Cobb, 29 (0.015), 24 Mar 2010, 12:40 am, Gunther Street, 5000 block, Capitol Heights, 20743 Shot http://bit.ly/aMs0uO 
    • Post: Capitol Heights man, 29, shot dead Wednesday http://bit.ly/8Xh9ga (see http://bit.ly/aMs0uO)
    • Gazette: Police investigating fatal shooting, attempted armed robbery; Sep. incidents occurred in Capitol Heights area http://bit.ly/da9R6d
    • PGPolice: Police Investigate Homicide on Rena Road (2698) http://bit.ly/aZzBq3 J. Ladsen shot Apr 2009, died Dec 2009, ruled hom 23 Mar 2010
    • PGPolice: Detectives Charge Woman in Stabbing Death of Mother (2699) http://bit.ly/9NYHac l
    • Gazette: Trial nears in music producer Raymond Brown's slaying; Widow to face man accused of killing husb in Lake Arbor http://bit.ly/bk82VL 
  • Other Crimes:
    • rt @PGCrimeSolvers Bowie Police Department - Horse Cruelty Case http://bit.ly/coVO7F
    • Gazette: Upper Marlboro woman sentenced. for cocaine possession; Nrly two kg of cocaine, 69 gr of crack cocaine in home http://bit.ly/9byngb 
    • Gazette: Police continue to search for Oxon Hill office building robbers; Gunmen stormed evening classes, police said http://bit.ly/bVPHzR 
    • Gazette: Break-ins continue to mount in Cheverly; Police hoping LEWD acronym will help prevent crime http://bit.ly/cQMg4FGazette: Police union to fight furloughs, again; FOP says county should consider making cuts to advertising, new campus http://bit.ly/bWA486 
  • Fire & EMS:
    • Gazette: Volunteers boost ambulance service; New pilot program modifies training schedule to increase EMS service http://bit.ly/aiRKPB 
    • Gazette: Forestville gas leak explosion spurs retraining, new equipment purchases http://bit.ly/ct4Dbi 
  • Gazette: Laurel businesses concerned over police station relocation from Main St.; fear increase in drug use, vagrancy http://bit.ly/cYEhR2  
  • Gazette: Report: Committee needed to oversee area's anti-gang efforts http://bit.ly/9COMBN
2010 Election
2010 General Assembly
  • rt @ marylandBNN Salisbury News: Joe Vallario (D-27A) Steps Out Of Chambers As Sex Offender Victims Testify: ... http://bit.ly/cTqipY
  • rt @kidjk Bill to change method of counting prisoners advances in General Assembly http://tinyurl.com/yaua7wy Del. Pena-Melnyk (D-21) a spon 
Other Politics
  • MDPolWatch: How the Counties Spend Your Money. Part 3 http://bit.ly/bAeifn; Part 4 http://bit.ly/bq4uTA PG below average in library spending; PG 2nd highest (after Worcester) in per capita spending on executive, council, and staffs 
  • Gazette: Developer's lawsuit raises questions about political donations http://bit.ly/dqHPTo says pressured to make political contributions 
  • Gazette: Council was right to reject Johnson's nominee (Letter from Yvette Jardine) http://bit.ly/bhBZSJ 
  • Examiner.com (MNewgent) Cardin and Mikulski vote to keep federally funded Viagra for child molesters in healthcare bill http://bit.ly/96HADp
  • Gazette: Incumbents win in Forest Heights; Runoff election held Wednesday to determine final ward seat http://bit.ly/9B7mrg 
  • Gazette: Parents discuss bullying, communication; School officials meet with District 3 residents http://bit.ly/bR78JJ 
  • Gazette: Enrollment error gives county schools $4 million boost; State and PG officials clash over source of miscal ... http://bit.ly/9SkcWb 
  • Gazette: Volunteers sought to review Suitland development http://bit.ly/aqcuyV 
  • WSJ: ObamaCare Day One; Companies are already warning about higher health-care costs. http://bit.ly/apcqgW 
  • Gazette: Bowie considers annexing properties into city limits[ Some home owners prefer to stay outside municipality http://bit.ly/bv1ijo 
  • Gazette: County readies for infestation of pesky ash borer; State officials setting traps in Apr to help combat problem http://bit.ly/9ntcPh 
  • Gazette: County gets grant to address infant mortality rate; $250,000 expected to help counsel pregnant women http://bit.ly/dzMhhh 
  • Gazette: Officials credit tree removal program with fewer outages; Bowie residents have until May 31 to claim $100 v... http://bit.ly/awiipj 
  • Gazette: Yearlong Kenilworth Avenue bridge repairs set to begin; Project will widen, replace driving surface http://bit.ly/bIVLkL 
  • Gazette: County to clean up Laurel Lakes, Bear Branch Creek; Project will attempt to improve water quality http://bit.ly/b4SwAh 
  • Gazette: Hyattsville OKs bonds for bank building purchase; Former BB&T to house city services, nonprofits http://bit.ly/bVXG6K 

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