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The Prince George's County Police Department's new gun-offender registry unit is monitoring fewer convicted gun offenders than the number it initially estimated, according to data provided by police.
The Prince George's County Police Department is forming a new investigative division this year in a bid to streamline casework and boost case closures, according to police officials.
One man died overnight in Capitol Heights when he was crushed by a van that fell on him while he tried to change a tire.
The Prince George's County Police Department's inspector general said it's likely the case of a District Heights police officer who shot a handcuffed man in the back as he fled from the officer's custody will go before a grand jury.
A man shot Thursday night by a District Heights police officer was handcuffed and under arrest when police officials said he escaped from the back of the officer’s police cruiser and the officer fired at him.
Officer Adrian Morris of the Prince George’s County Police Department was buried with full honors Tuesday. He died in the line of duty last week while pursuing a theft suspect on Interstate 95. He was promoted posthumously to the rank of officer 1st class.
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The Prince George's County Council member clocked driving at least 105 mph in her county vehicle — but not ticketed for speeding — says she will give up the car until she completes a driver-safety course.
A Prince George's County police officer assigned to a state gun seizure task force stole weapons from an evidence locker and resold them on the street, prosecutors told jurors Monday at the start of the officer's trial.