Officer Killed, Millions Spent on Question 7, School Board Member Resigns: Prince George's Headlines
A look at the top news stories around Prince George's County the week of Oct. 14 to Oct. 20.
The District 4 officer died while he was off-duty.
Victim Identified in Fatal Upper Marlboro House Fire
Firefighters found the woman unconscious in her home early Sunday morning, after they extinguished the blaze.
Tens of thousands of Prince George's and Montgomery county customers are scheduled for smart meter activation in October.
Companies for and against Question 7 have poured millions of dollars into campaign contributions to support, among other things, widespread advertising, CNS reports.
The Bel Air Shell Gas Station at 13811 Old Annapolis Rd. in Bowie was robbed at gunpoint earlier this week for the at least the second time this year.
First of 180 new bicycle racks being installed throughout city.
The duo has admitted to robbing armored cars in Maryland and Washington, D.C.
Rosalind Johnson told the Washington Post this week that she had moved from Laurel to New Carrollton in June.
Jurors will no longer be able to consider first-degree assault charges against two Prince George's County Police Officers after Judge Beverly J. Woodward threw out the charges Wednesday.
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