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Topic - Prince George'S County Sheriff'S Office
Authorities have charged a Lanham man with attempted murder after they say he stabbed another man during an argument about a picture that had been posted on the Internet.
Fifty-one fathers owing more than $343,000 in child support were arrested throughout Prince George's County in the sheriff's Child Support Enforcement Division's “Father's Day Warrant Sweep” from June 12 to 14.
A 19-year-old Capitol Heights man who fatally shot one man and wounded another in a domestic dispute after the Prince George's County Sheriff's Office failed for more than a year to arrest him on an open warrant was sentenced Friday to 40 years in prison, Prince George's County prosecutors said.
The parents of a teenage girl slain by her ex-boyfriend after the Prince George's County Sheriff's Office failed to arrest the man on an open warrant are angered that the agency has again mishandled an arrest warrant for another man now accused of murder.
A Capitol Heights man with an open warrant out for his arrest was not taken into custody when he was served a peace order last month - the same day he is accused of fatally shooting his neighbor, the Prince George's County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday.
The Prince George's County Sheriff's Office has arrested two men on felony charges dating back more than 30 years as part of the department's increased efforts to erase a backlog of crimes nearly 50,000 warrants deep, officials said Wednesday.