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An employee of the 7-Eleven convenience store in a residential Fort Washington neighborhood is dead, after a robbery.
A man was shot and killed outside of a meeting hall early Saturday morning, marking the 16th homicide of the year for Prince George's County.
More than 30,000 wanted felons are allowed to walk the streets due to regional police departments' backlog in serving warrants, which in some cases are so old they can not longer be prosecuted.
As Prince George's County detectives investigate a new murder Wednesday morning -- the 14th in 2011 -- county leadership is reaching out to both the federal government and local citizens to help stay the killing streak.
Prince George's Count Police have been making progress in 13 homicide cases, with arrests in four of them. Magaw is quick to point out one of the cases may not be criminal, describing it as a "justifiable homicide." Still, the surge in violence has the agency on the alert.
2011 has been violent for Prince George's County, with at least 13 murders in first 13 days of the new year.
Homicides in the notoriously violent city have dipped to their lowest total in 25 years, but the decline is hardly a cause for celebration.
Tags: Frederick H. Bealefeld III , Stephanie Rawlings-Blake , Sheila Dixon , University of Maryland , Gary LaFree , Raymond Woodland , The Wire , homicide rate , James Alan Fox , Northeastern University
Maryland State Police are conducting an investigation into the death of a 41-year-old woman found inside her car in a state park parking lot in Calvert County.
The crime rate fell about 8 percent in the District, suburban Maryland and Northern Virginia, which is better than the national average, according to a report from the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.
Homicide detectives with the D.C. police are investigating the shooting death of a 17-year-old in Anacostia.