In the News @ Noon

Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker names a new Director of Public Safety and most already known him…

Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker has officially named Police Chief Mark Magaw to head the County Public Safety agency.  Magaw will retire as the county’s top cop. There’s no word if Barry Stanton who currently holds the position if he will be let go or moved to another department

One person dead following a beltway accident…

One person is dead this morning following a multi-car collision on the inner loop of the beltway on the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. Another person suffered a life threatening injury, two others suffered minor injuries. At one point traffic was backed up for 7 miles.

Two teens are shot in S.E. while playing on the basketball court …

DC Police are searching for the suspect who shot a 14 and 15 year old in S.E. last night. The incident happened as the boys were playing on a basketball court on “F” Street. It’s believed two gunmen drove off in a burgundy sedan.

New search, no new leads in the Relisha Rudd case…

The search continues in the District for missing 8 year old Relisha Rudd. Yesterday the search of a new site in N.E. near Bladensburg Road failed to yield any new information about her whereabout. She was last seen in March of 2014 with a janitor from the homeless shelter where she was staying with her family.

Oklahoma Police Officer faces life in prison for raping a dozen low income women…

A Oklahoma jury has found a former Oklahoma City Police Officer guilty of raping over a dozen African American women from a low income neighborhood that he covers. 29 year old Daniel Holtzclaw cried after the decision was announced. The jury is recommending 263 years in prison.

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