MARYLAND

Tax Case A Chevy Chase man who won more than $158,000 playing the Maryland State Lottery was sentenced to six months of house arrest for failing to file state tax returns from 2000 to 2002, Maryland Attorney General J. Joseph Curran Jr. (D) said yesterday.

Faegh Ansari-Jaberi, 57, also failed to report to the state comptroller the income he received as a car salesman and obtained from disability payments and real estate commissions, according to the attorney general's office.

Anne Arundel Circuit Court Judge Joseph P. Manck ordered that he reimburse the state $18,164.

Bank Robberies A District man who had pleaded guilty to robbing 14 banks in Prince George's County was sentenced yesterday to 12 years and three months in prison.

U.S. District Judge Alexander Williams Jr. sentenced Douglas A. Davis, 28, in U.S. District Court in Greenbelt in robberies that occurred from July 23 to Oct. 23, 2004.

U.S. Attorney Rod J. Rosenstein said Davis also was ordered to pay $40,938 in restitution -- the amount that was stolen.

A codefendant, Dennis Massey, was sentenced Sept. 22 to 11 years and five months in prison, Rosenstein said. A third codefendant is to be sentenced next week.

Bomb Threat Montgomery County police arrested a 14-year-old Springbrook High School student Tuesday in a false bomb threat after they traced the call to his cell phone.

The teenager was not identified because he was charged as a juvenile. The Silver Spring youth is charged with making a false statement of a destructive device in the Monday incident and is being held at the Alfred D. Noyes Children's Center.

New Charges A man detained in Fairfax County on suspicion of shoplifting also tried to rob a bank in Rockville on Sept. 12, Montgomery County police said yesterday.

Police said Darrel Andrew Glascock, 36, tried to rob the United Bank at 16268 Frederick Rd. Police said he received cash from a teller after passing a note announcing the robbery but later left without the money.

He is charged with attempted robbery in Montgomery but will remain in Fairfax until his case there is settled, police said.

VIRGINIA

Officer Charged A Prince William County police officer has been charged with misdemeanor domestic assault and battery, county police said.

Sgt. Michael Blake, an eight-year veteran of the department, was arrested Tuesday night after a domestic dispute with an adult relative at his Manassas home in the 1200 block of Dumfries Road, police spokesman John Bogert said. The relative was treated for minor injuries. Blake, 43, a patrol officer, was placed on administrative leave, and his police powers have been suspended pending an internal investigation and a court hearing, Bogert said.

Slaying Arrest A Woodbridge man was arrested Tuesday night in the fatal shooting of a man in Prince William County, police said.

Pharoah Saunderson, 22, of the 1900 block of Stevens Road was charged with murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony in the Sept. 28 slaying of Damion M. Ricks, who had no fixed address.

Police spokesman John Bogert said Saunderson allegedly shot Ricks after arguing about money.

Compiled from reports by staff writers.