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Montgomery County Police feel that budget cuts hurt police more than anyone else in the county. Walter Bader, with Police Union FOP Lodge #35, complains that police are having to do less with more, and will be furloughed while school employees will not.
Tags: Montgomery County Council , budget , Walter Bader , Dr. Jerry Weast , ike leggett , Educational Facilities Officers , Joseph Lowery , James Hubert High School , Springbrook High School , Nancy Floreen , Kate Ryan
They strike in the night, and leave a deftly as they came. But if you comply, these "NINJA" with Montgomery County Police will give you a dollar.
Some local police officers who contested tickets they received from speed cameras have now been told to pay up.
A local police department wasted nearly $50,000 in taxpayer dollars after purchasing untested, faulty software to avoid losing a government grant.
The victim was shot to death at a home near Wheaton High School.
A man was found on the sidewalk next to CASA de Maryland.
A 29-year-old man told Montgomery County Police that two men attacked in the parking lot of the J.C. Penney located in the 11030 block of Viers Mill Road. The men dragged the victim to the fifth floor of the Metro parking garage, robbed of his wallet and cash, and then forced him over the edge of the garage.
Sarah Beemer walked away from her doctor's office about 2 p.m. Thursday.
Faculty, students, and neighbors are expressing their grief as police investigate what they now believe is the murder of a D.C. middle school principal.