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Topic - Jeffrey D. Waldstreicher
A Maryland lawmaker has drafted a bill that would toughen penalties for mass thefts, such as a weekend incident in Silver Spring.
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A Maryland lawmaker is considering legislation in next year's General Assembly to strengthen penalties related to flash-mob robberies.
Delegate Jeffrey D. Waldstreicher, Montgomery Democrat and Judiciary Committee member, announced last month that he would vote in favor of a full repeal.