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Robert Griffin III’s look back at his 76-yard touchdown run was surprisingly analytical. “I didn’t realize how much I slowed down at the end, when was looking back at the guy,” the Washington Redskins rookie quarterback said...
email@example.comA man charged with second-degree murder in the July 2011 death of a fellow Eastern Regional Jail inmate pleaded guilty Tuesday to involuntary manslaughter in Berkeley County Magistrate Court. As part of a plea agreement, Dewarren Bruce Jenkins, 25, of...
Tags: Skull Fracture, Trials, Punishment, Prisons
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe North Hagerstown football team took a crash course on the sweet science to get ready for Smithsburg this week. The Leopards put up a fight. The Hubs counterpunched and won easily on points. A lot of points. North Hagerstown held its defense high...
Two people had minor injuries after a single-vehicle accident Sunday morning on Interstate 70, underneath the Beaver Creek Road overpass south of Hagerstown, according to Washington County Emergency Services. Maryland State Police responded to the...
email@example.comInvestigators heard varying stories from the mother of an injured baby boy and her boyfriend before charging the boyfriend with first-degree child abuse resulting in severe physical injury, according to charging documents filed in Washington County...
A Hagerstown man has been arrested after a 13-month-old child belonging to the man’s girlfriend suffered a skull fracture on Oct. 3 at a house in the 18800 block of Preston Road, police said Wednesday night. David Michael Malekar, 25, is charged...
Martinsburg man charged in attack on woman MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — A Martinsburg man is accused of hitting a woman in the face with a kitchen chair multiple times in an Aug. 13 attack that left her with what appeared to be a broken nose, severe facial...
Tags: Judges, Theft, Brandon Lee, Michael Kelly, Trials
Robert Griffin III isn’t the type of quarterback to run out of bounds, and Sean Weatherspoon knew it. The Atlanta Falcons linebacker kept up the pursuit and went for the tackle. His upper body rammed into the helmet of the rookie who doesn’t...
Clarification - This story originally posted Oct. 3 did not clearly explain some details of the accident at Edwin Miller Boulevard and Lutz Avenue in Martinsburg, W.Va. West Virginia State Police reported that Gary J. Gregory, the driver of a 1999 GMC...
Tags: Accidental Death
firstname.lastname@example.orgA forensic pathologist offered testimony Tuesday as a Franklin County (Pa.) Court of Common Pleas judge assesses whether a man accused of killing his mother is mentally competent to stand trial this December. Marcus Wallace, 41, is charged with first-...
Tags: Skull Fracture, Judges, Criminals, Murder, Defendants
A woman who police say drove a car past railroad crossing gates and was struck by a train in August pleaded guilty Tuesday to two misdemeanor charges in Berkeley County Magistrate Court. Katie Rose Stone of 154 Gall Drive, Martinsburg, pleaded guilty...
And the Washington Nationals wait. Already assured of the capital’s first postseason baseball since 1933, the Nationals remained stalled in their drive for the NL East title when they lost to the St. Louis Cardinals 10-4 Sunday. “We’ve...
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