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Topic - Robyn Gardner
An American Express subsidiary is suing a Maryland man who was jailed for months in Aruba in the suspected death of his traveling companion.
Maryland prosecutors are dropping an indecent exposure charge against a man who was held for months in Aruba in the presumed death of his traveling companion.
A Maryland man who was suspected in the presumed death of his traveling companion in Aruba is suing to collect on a travel insurance policy issued in the woman's name.
A Gaithersburg man who was held as a suspect in Aruba for four months after his female traveling companion went missing is facing charges of indecent exposure after police officers found him and a woman naked in the back of an SUV in an Annapolis parking garage.
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The Gaithersburg man whose female traveling companion went missing during an Aruba vacation this summer spoke publicly on Thursday for the first time since being released from jail, but he refused to describe the incidents that led to the woman's presumed death.
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A Gaithersburg man is scheduled to be released from an Aruba prison Tuesday after being held for nearly four months in the disappearance of a female travel companion.
An Aruban judge on Friday ordered a Gaithersburg man suspected in the disappearance of a travel companion detained for an additional 30 days, according to prosecutors.
An appeal hearing is set for Monday for a Gaithersburg man detained for more than two months in Aruba in the disappearance and presumed death of his travel companion.
The Aruban lawyer for a Gaithersburg man detained for more than two months in the disappearance and presumed death of his travel companion has filed an appeal for the man's release.
A team of cadaver dogs has arrived in Aruba to search for the remains of a Maryland woman who was reported missing two months ago by her travel companion.
The Aruban Court of Appeal has upheld a judge's ruling to keep a Gaithersburg man, suspected in the disappearance of a travel companion, detained for 60 days, prosecutors said Wednesday.
An appeals hearing will be held before a panel of three judges Wednesday morning in the case of a Gaithersburg man suspected in the August disappearance of a travel companion on Aruba, according to prosecutors.
Prosecutors in Aruba are releasing a new photograph in hopes of finding more witnesses in the case of a missing Maryland woman.
Mr. Giordano reported Ms. Gardner missing Aug. 2 and told police he thought she may have been swept out to sea as the two went snorkeling.
She claimed in court documents that Giordano retaliated by putting revealing photos of her in neighbors' mailboxes.