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2nd Freddie Gray trial delayed indefinitely….

The trial of Baltimore Police Officer Caesar Goodson has been delayed indefinitely.
The judge in the 2nd police officer trial in the death of Freddie Gray made the decision in response to an appeals court ruling that Officer William Porter does not have to testify. Reportedly the judge will take this time to decide if any of the other officers involved will be able to testify in Goodson’s trial.

Prince George’s County Police work to solve a mystery, a females body found near a overpass in Upper Marlboro…

There’s still no word on how 33 year old Tiffany Storey of Upper Marlboro ended up dead on a busy road way on 301 North bound Saturday. Maryland State Police spokesperson Elena Russo says they are alot of “what if’s”. The victims body had multiple trauma injuries. Today is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. At 11 this morning DC Mayor Muriel Bowser and other city leaders will gather to announce their partnership with Homeland Security to end human trafficking in the District.

Skins fans are down but turning they are looking forward to next season…

Skins fans are keeping their heads up despite the big NFC East Wild Card loss on Sunday against the Packers. The coach and team vow to come back even stronger next season.

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