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Prince George’s County Police release more details in a sexual assault suspect that attacked a 12 year old, this after her mother spots him and tries to detain him…

Prince George’s County Police have a more detailed description of the man who sexually assaulted a 12 year old girl in Forestville last week. On Friday, the child who was with her mother spotted the suspect back at the apartment complex on Brooks Drive in Forestville. The mother approached him and tackled him but he fought her off and got away. Detectives say she noticed he had a scar or birth mark on his face and that he had tattoo’s of black stars on each of his shoulders and a tattoo of the word “Blessed” on his neck.

NSTB rule out a bullet hit Amtrak Train 188…

NTSB Officials have ruled out that a bullet hit the windshield of Amtrak Train 188 before it derailed in Philadelphia last week. Officials say it will be at least a year before their report on a cause is ready for release. Funerals for the victims continue, three were held yesterday.

New details are released in the Quadruple Woodley Park murders…

Investigators working the Quadruple murder in Woodley Park say that more than one person was involved and that the victims were most likely held for a day before they were killed and the house set on fire. A long time maid that was texted not to come to work also stated that the home had extensive security and that it was always on even when they were home. Police say there were no signs of forced entry.

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