Motorcyclist killed in collision with car

A 45-year-old man died Wednesday night, authorities said, after his motorcycle struck a car in Beltsville.

Maryland State Police identified the motorcyclist as Jermaine Jackson of New Carrollton.

The collision occurred about 6:30 p.m. on Route 1 at Prince George’s Avenue.

An initial investigation found that a 2017 Toyota Corolla traveling north on Route 1 was turning left on to Prince George’s Avenue when it entered the path of a 2006 Kawasaki motorcycle heading south on Route 1. The motorcycle hit the passenger side of the car. Jackson died at a hospital.

No charges have been filed against the car’s driver, who was not injured. The crash remains under investigation, but state police officials said in a statement that their initial investigation found “failure to give full attention and failure to yield the right of way were contributing factors in this collision.”

— Dana Hedgpeth

Man fatally shot in Forest Glen

A 20-year-old man was fatally shot in his home Wednesday night in the Forest Glen area of Silver Spring, Montgomery County police said.

About 9:5o p.m., officers went to a house in the 1600 block of Belvedere Boulevard after a person living there reported that someone had entered the home, shot another resident and fled, police said. Officers found Jon-Christian Kemachet-Webster on the upper level of the house with a gunshot wound.

Police said they do not think the attack was random.

— Clarence Williams and Justin Wm. Moyer

Booster club treasurer accused of theft

A volunteer treasurer for a Reston high school booster club was arrested on charges of embezzling at least $60,000 from the club, Fairfax County police said.

Robert Clinage, 58, was a volunteer for the South Lakes High School Booster Club, formerly called the South Lakes High School Athletic Boosters.

An audit found a shortage in funds, leading in December 2016 to a criminal investigation, according to police.

Clinage could not immediately be reached for comment. He was not an employee of the school.

— Dana Hedgpeth

Handyman accused of abusing children

A 43-year-old Springfield man is accused of abusing at least three children as he was working in their homes as a handyman, police said. The children range in age from 4 to 11.

Jerberth Adallir Palma faces several charges, including indecent liberties with a child under the age of 15 and aggravated sexual battery of a child under the age of 13.

Fairfax County police said they think there are other victims. Anyone whose children may have come into contact with Palma is asked to call police at 703-246-7827.

— Dana Hedgpeth