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Topic - Angela Cruz
Montgomery County police are investigating reports of speed camera vandalism an average of once every week, with the most recent incident involving three cameras, spray paint and swastikas.
A white box truck rammed into a tree in Wheaton Monday morning, causing it to topple onto an SUV, Montgomery County police said.
Montgomery County police have charged two people in connection with the fatal shooting of a young man that occurred Wednesday afternoon in Aspen Hill.
Sgt. Stirkens called police to report the incident immediately after he shot his son, Montgomery County police spokeswoman Angela Cruz said.
She said another instance of speed camera tampering was reported Tuesday, and while she would not elaborate on the damage, Ms. Cruz said police did not believe the vandalism was related to Wednesday night's graffiti.