Two homicides in 24-hour span in Germantown, Silver Spring areas.
Police search for clues in snow-covered ground in Norbeck area.
Adderli Cruz-Rosario, 21, could be sentenced to 57 years in prison in a case involving five young siblings.
A roundup of D.C. area news briefs
Grand jury’s indictment alleges sexual abuse, including rape, of girls in Montgomery County.
The accident Wednesday occurred just north of the White Oak section of Montgomery County.
Police said the bus, carrying Howard County students, hit the 91-year-old Silver Spring resident.
Samuel Sheinbein , 34, was 17 years old back in 1997, when he and a friend killed Alfredo Enrique Tello Jr.
2-month-old Silver Spring boy, who suffered head trauma and bleeding in his brain, remains on a ventilator.
Police identified the man as 65-year-old Phillip F. Welsh. They did not say how he was killed.
Damascus man made his first appearance in court Tuesday. Child brought to hospital unresponsive.
Lloyd L. Welch, 57, is being looked at in the 1975 disappearance of two Montgomery sisters.
Sheila Lyon, 12, and her sister, Katherine, 10, disappeared on March 25, 1975.
Former Montgomery music teacher Lawrence Joynes was ordered held without bond at a hearing Friday.
Lawrence W. Joynes is likely to be transferred to Montgomery, where he is accused of abusing 14 students.
Police sergeant shot his son, who was attacking his own mother, and both are dead, authorities say.
Monifa Sanford is accused of killing two children during what she said was an exorcism attempt, police said.
Prosecutors say the suspect in the unprovoked attack has a history of mental illness.
Monifa Sanford, 21, and another woman are accused of killing children during an attempt at an exorcism.
Court papers: Suspect had box cutter in his sweatshirt and what appeared to be blood on pants, hands.
Post staff writer Dan Morse covers courts and crime in Montgomery County, Md. He arrived at the paper in 2005, after reporting stops at the Wall Street Journal, Baltimore Sun and Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser, where he was a Pulitzer Prize finalist. He is the author of The Yoga Store Murder, to be published Nov. 5 by Berkley Books.
Dan grew up in Urbana, Ill., earned an environmental engineering degree from Vanderbilt University and is married to Post staff writer Dana Hedgpeth. An archive of his work can be found at www.danmorsearchive.com.