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Andrea Noble

Andrea Noble is a crime and public safety reporter for The Washington Times. She can be reached at

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Former P.G. housing director sentenced to 3 years

The former director of the Prince George's County Department of Housing and Community Development was sentenced to more than three years in prison Monday for his role in the pay-to-play scheme that ensnared former County Executive Jack B. Johnson. Published April 16, 2012

A photograph obtained by The Washington Times shows one of 1,750 brand-new, National Fire Protection Association-compliant polo-style shirts that have sat unused in crates in the D.C. fire department's warehouse because they display an outdated patch. The shirts cost about $70,000.

D.C. fire department shirts left hanging

A new uniform policy for the D.C. fire department would have allowed the agency to make use of nearly $70,000 worth of polo-style shirts that have gone unused since they were ordered in October 2010, officials said. Published April 12, 2012

P.G. police shooting may have been accidental

A police-involved shooting that spawned an internal investigation after video evidence contradicted a version of events given by the officer might have been accidental, Prince George's County police said. Published April 11, 2012

Raymond Allen Brown, 20, is facing charges in connection with the death of a 6-year-old boy who on Monday fatally shot himself. (Photo courtesy of Prince George's County Police Department)

Man faces charges after gun accident kills P.G. boy

A 20-year-old man is facing charges in connection with the death of a 6-year-old boy who on Monday fatally shot himself after discovering the gun inside a child's Spider-Man backpack, police said Tuesday. Published April 10, 2012

P.G. officer fatally shoots armed man

A Prince George's County police officer fatally shot a man during a struggle after first unsuccessfully trying to use a Taser to subdue the man in Landover on Monday night. Published April 10, 2012

MoCo officer commits suicide after being stopped for DUI

A Montgomery County police officer who had been on administrative leave from his job for a year fatally shot himself after a Maryland state trooper pulled him over for apparently driving under the influence. Published April 9, 2012

D.C. infant's death ruled a homicide

The death of a newborn girl, who died after being abandoned in freezing temperatures on the steps of a Northeast home in January, has been ruled a homicide, according to the District's medical examiner. Published April 6, 2012

17-year-old convicted in P.G. toddler's shooting

A 17-year-old Fort Washington teenager was convicted Wednesday of a shooting that severely injured a toddler who was struck in the face by a bullet while in his mother's arms. Published April 4, 2012

Oakland Hall is the dormitory where Alexander Song, a University of Maryland sophomore was living on campus before being arrested Sunday after posting online comments in which he made threats about going on a "Shooting Rampage" on "The Mall," an outdoor area of campus. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

UMd. student accused of shooting threats faces more charges

A student at the University of Maryland, College Park who in March was hospitalized after campus police said he threatened in online messages to go on a shooting rampage is now facing additional charges from the incident. Published April 4, 2012

D.C. Council member Yvette Alexander, Ward 7 Democrat, casts her vote at the Randle-Highlands Elementary School precinct in Southeast on Tuesday. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

No big shakeup on D.C. Council

Modest numbers of voters hit the polls throughout the District on Tuesday with the potential for altering the makeup of the beleaguered D.C. Council and decide who will carry their political party's flag into the general election in November. Published April 3, 2012