Prince George's Headlines: Halloween Masked Robbery, Hurricane Sandy Photos and More
The top headlines from your Prince George's County Patches this week.
Two suspects wearing "Jason" Halloween masks robbed a man at gunpoint in Greenbelt, according to the Greenbelt Police Department. The men then fled on a lime-green scooter.
While residents and officials continue to clean up after a superstorm hit the East Coast, we take a look at the most dramatic images from the superstorm.
A 35-year-old man lost his life early Tuesday morning changing a friend's tire.
The suspects are charged with burglary, theft from an auto and attempted theft from an auto. The suspects also admitted to stealing three bicycles and Bowie police are trying to identify the victims of those thefts.
Hurricane Sandy didn't just make Prince George's County residents a little nervous. Their pets were affected too. Lynn Animal Hospital in Riverdale Park, MD found two dogs lost in the storm and need your help finding their owners.
Greg Merson, 24, took home more than $8.5 million after Tuesday's win.
The tenant didn’t pay the rent, according to a notice on the door.
Ninety-two-year-old Greenbelt, MD, resident and Green Party nominee for Congress Bob Auerbach says he turned down an invitation to the Naval Surface Warfare Center's ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, calling "energetics" a euphemism for military weapons development. Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD), the incumbent in Maryland's 5th District, attended the ceremony. Hoyer feels grateful for the work that will be accomplished in the new facility, which he feels is a critical military installation.