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For the second time in a week, a Prince George's County officer is facing criminal charges, police said Friday.
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.
Some assault charges are being dropped against a man who was fired on by Prince George's County police after surveillance video taken from the scene of the shooting contradicted a version of events given by an officer, officials said Tuesday.
Los Alamos nuclear laboratory officials say it could be a few days before they'll know the extent of how experiments at the facility that created the first atomic bomb have been affected by a shutdown caused by a 125-square mile wildfire.
Police dispatchers didn't alert patrol officers or commanders to a 911 call from the phone of former NBA player Lorenzen Wright because they couldn't confirm that it came from inside their suburban Memphis jurisdiction, documents show.