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No arrest in triple shooting in Capitol Heights…

A triple shooting overnight in Capitol Height’s leaves on dead and two others clinging onto life this hour. Police have not made an arrest in the shootings that happened around 12:30 on Jade Court.

No charges will be filed against 6 Fairfax Officers who tasered and restrained a mentally ill female inmate who later died…

Fairfax’s Commonwealth Attorney said six deputies connected to the death of a African American female inmate in their custody will not face criminal charges. The decision leaves friends and family of Natasha McKenna feeling upset and confused that no one will be held accountable. McKenna was tasered four times while handcuffed, in leg restraints and a mask. She stopped breathing and was rushed to a hospital, were she died a few days later.

Baltimore City leaders could decided today to approve a $6.4 (M) Freddie Gray settlement…

Baltimore City leaders are set to vote today on a $6.5 million dollar settlement to the Freddie Gray family. It is not an admission of guilt for the 6 officers who will still stand trial for his death. The Police Union is urging the panel not to approve the settlement because it sends a bad message.

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