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Topic - Nancy Lineman
The trial will get under way this week for a D.C. police officer accused of fatally shooting a 20-year-old woman and leaving their 1-year-old child to die in a sweltering car.
A Metro supervisor's attempts to win the favor of his attractive female co-workers could land him up to 15 years in prison, according to Prince George's County prosecutors.
Nine laptop computers, a power generator, a DVD player, a BlackBerry wireless device, a color printer, a digital camera, lots of tools and a computer monitor used for watching movies were among dozens of items of Metro property found inside the home of a longtime transit worker.
Motions hearings will be held in the case Monday and jury selection is expected to begin on Tuesday, said Nancy Lineman, spokeswoman for the state's attorney's office.
Mr. Rodriguez-Nunez, of the 5800 block of 30th Avenue, is expected to have a bond hearing Friday afternoon in Prince George's County District Court, said Nancy Lineman, spokeswoman for the county's state's attorney.