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Government, Public Safety
Baltimore County police say devices are not linked to red light or speed cameras "nor are they used for intelligence gathering."
Civil liberties group says it supports the technology but has privacy concerns about how long the collected information is stored.
Four-page opinion hints that justices will likely overturn Maryland ruling involving the collection of samples from people charged with felonies.
Police & Fire
The following information was supplied by the Baltimore County Police Department. In cases where a criminal charge is noted, the information provided does not indicate a conviction.
The suspect from Crofton called himself "a joker" and threatened to "load [his] guns and blow everyone up" at his Pitney Bowes office, police said.
Group calls for expanded background checks and bans on high-capacity ammunition magazines.
Police have released images of Vi Ripken's suspected kidnapper.
Violet Ripken was abducted from her Aberdeen home Tuesday, police said.
Aberdeen resident and Ripken family matriarch Vi Ripken was taken from her home Tuesday and found in the back seat of her car with her hands tied Wednesday morning.
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