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Topic - Karen Toles
Prince George's County Council member Karen Toles was found guilty by a judge Wednesday of reckless driving and ordered to pay a $402 fine in relation to a highly publicized incident in February during which police said she drove in excess of 100 miles per hour on the Capital Beltway.
A Prince George's County Council member was clocked driving more than 105 miles per hour on the Capital Beltway in her county-owned vehicle but didn't receive a speeding ticket, police said Tuesday.
Prince George's County police on Wednesday briefed reporters on the fallout from the county's latest killing — the 69th so far in a year on pace to reverse three years of declines in homicides.
Two people were shot early Monday in a drive-by shooting outside a Capitol Heights nightclub, police and a manager of the venue said.
Dance halls in Prince George's County will face stricter safety regulations and will pay more to license their clubs after the County Council voted Tuesday to adopt new regulations.
The County Council will still have to vote on the resolution, but County Council member Karen Toles said the adoption of specific operating procedures is meant to avoid the legal battle that a similar program in Baltimore faced.
Geer testified that she also said, "This is why people don't like PG — because you point guns at people."