Prince George's Headlines: Police Return to Investigate Teen's Killing, Fire Engine Averts Disaster
Also: friends continue their 28-year vigil for a fallen classmate, Riverdale Park may need more police officers, and Laurel business owners tell Sen. Cardin of trouble on Main Street.
Police revisit the scene of a teen's killing, a Bowie man is charged with sex crimes against a minor, friends continue their 28-year vigil for a fallen classmate, and a fire engine averts a potential highway disaster—those stories and more in this week's Prince George's County headlines.
Prince George's County fire officials say the careful placement of a fire engine at the scene of a recent crash in College Park may have made the difference between life and death.
Michael David Brochu of Bowie was arrested by Prince George’s County Police on Aug. 27 and charged with third- and fourth- degree sex offenses and second-degree assault against a fourth minor victim, according to police. As of Aug. 30, Brochu remains in custody with the Prince George’s County Department of Corrections on charges stemming from this third arrest, said PGPD spokesperson Cpl. Maria McKinney.
Prince George's County police return to the scene to find more clues in the death of 17-year-old Amber Stanley.
Though he died tragically in 1984, his friends refuse to forget the generous classmate who wore "cocky" well.
An anticipated population burst from the 36-acre mixed-use Cafritz development could require Riverdale Park to hire 17 new public safety employees, according to a new assessment from Johns Hopkins University.
Business owners along Main Street in Laurel got a chance to speak with U.S. Senator Ben Cardin as he toured the area this week. Owners complained of tough times along Main Street due to a weak economy and competition from chain stores and online vendors.