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Charges pending for man in alleged Maryland casino theft

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

An alleged theft at an Anne Arundel casino has one man awaiting charges in connection with the incident. Authorities used the man’s cellphone to track him after they claimed he stole money from his employer. On June 25, a scheduled audit at the Maryland Live casino turned up a missing $150,000. Authorities allege that… Read More »

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Anne Arundel County police arrest 18-year-old for theft

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

On the morning of June 18, police in Anne Arundel County detained an 18-year-old on suspicion of vehicular burglary. According to reports, officers said that they responded to a report near Double Eagle Drive’s 300 block at around 4:30 a.m. The officers subsequently received details about a man who was reportedly rummaging through a… Read More »

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Drivers must observe new “move over” law

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Maryland drivers should be aware that in October 2013, the state passed a “move over” law. The purpose of the law is to protect public officials and police officers who are working on the side of the road. Motorists must change lanes if possible when officials or police are on the roadside. If a… Read More »

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D.C. man charged in Maryland credit card thefts

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A D.C. man has been charged for the second time in the past two months for crimes related to credit card fraud and theft, according to electronic court records. The records state that the 22-year-old man was charged with 26 counts of theft and related charges in May after he was accused of breaking… Read More »

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Student, 18, accused of assaulting crossing guard

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A Maryland crossing guard employed at an Anne Arundel County School reported on May 28 that an 18-year-old female student assaulted her in the school’s parking lot. According to the report, the crossing guard was attempting to obtain the student’s vehicle’s license plate after she violated the Maryland motor vehicle law the previous day…. Read More »

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Criminal charges follow alleged broomstick assault in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

When Maryland residents are charged with assault, they may realize the importance of knowing their rights and defending their interests. An assault conviction may lead to severe penalties, including incarceration and fines. Furthermore, the individual will have a criminal record that can cause difficulties in future job applications and other aspects of life. The… Read More »

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2 Maryland residents sentenced after criminal charge for robbery

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Two residents of Maryland who were found guilty of a 2012 armed robbery were recently sentenced and are now facing long prison sentences. Armed robbery is a serious criminal charge, and if a person is convicted, significant penalties can be imposed. When a person uses force or threat of force with the intention to… Read More »

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Maryland man arrested on multiple counts of auto theft

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

An incident in mid-October has resulted in a 21-year-old Maryland man’s arrest in early November. He faces multiple charges, including auto theft, in his hometown of Centreville. The man was arrested in Ocean City, where he was also charged with additional counts of theft and burglary. According to reports, the Centreville charges stem from… Read More »

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Reckless driving among charges faced by Maryland police officer

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

An alleged illegal U-turn attempted by a Maryland police office on the second weekend of June has resulted in a series of charges being filed. In addition to reckless driving, the attempted U-turn’s subsequent collision with another vehicle has resulted in the 28-year-old fourth-year police officer facing assault charges. The Howard County officer was… Read More »

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Maryland man’s criminal charges include first-degree murder

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

What police are calling a domestic violence and murder investigation revolves around the alleged actions of a 63-year-old Maryland man who purportedly shot his wife. The man, who was later arrested, faces a range of criminal charges including first-degree murder. The investigation began with a phone call to the Baltimore police at 3:45 a.m…. Read More »

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