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Apr 12, 2015 11:35pm EDT
14. a george mason graduate, about to start phd studies, coming from georgetown win according to the victim's attorney a man from arlington ran through three red lights before slimming his jeep into his car. but before he ran a red lights, prosecuting attorney said he was already a killer behind the wheel. nearly three dozen traffic violations in three years, previous dui's, reckless driving, culminating with the deadly crash with his blood-alcohol level nearly 2.5 times the legal limit. in sentencing him to 20 years in prison, the maximum allowed the arlington county judge called an appalling demonstration of arrogance. she was stunned it took this long for something to happen to someone, in absolute shame. the family filed a multimillion dollar lawsuit. they end mothers aga driving virginia are calling for a liquor liability law. according to attorneys, he had five vodka drinks and two tequila shots at a restaurant before getting behind the wheel. they are arguing the bar should not be to blame. >> it's not like they are handing you the drink's telling you to drink it. kimberly: in
Aug 15, 2015 11:30pm EDT
george's county school board member accused of working the system to get free lunches for her child. brad bell first brought the story last month when the criminal investigation started. now he has developments. school lunchleged from fraud came to light in april when according to this e-mail obtained by abc 7 news, a federal investigator informed the school system school board member lynn monday was among several government accountability office employees "receiving free lunch despite earning salaries much greater than the 133% of poverty rate," which is the threshold to qualify. it goes onto say that monday listed no income in 2011 and 2012. she currently works as a management analyst at the gao and according to sources earns nearly $100,000 per year. >> that's crazy, people trying to beat the system. brad: that reaction typical of people learning the charges today. for ane is no excuse individual coming the income in from a federal government job, and now a county job? she gets what she deserves. prince george's county grand jury indicted monday and five others for theft, fraud,
Apr 16, 2016 11:30pm EDT
emotional scene outside of engine company 30. prince george's county firefighters mourning one of the rhÔne come a tough loss. firefighter paramedic john ulmschneider gunned down in the line of duty. new details emerging about the deadly incident friday night. firefighters responded to a home on sharon road in temple hills. the brother homeowner called 911, thinking there was a medical emergency. identifiednders themselves and knocked loudly three times before deciding to enter the home. >> i heard them banging on the door. suddenly the banging on the door stopped and the gunshots rang out, like 6, 7 gunshots. roz: the homeowner shot the two firefighters and his own brother. >> he was in pain. he was asking for help. nobody could get to him at that moment. they eventually got him to roll and crawled down the steps, through the driveway, and into an area of the street where they could get him and carry him to the truck. roz: the police took in the homeowner for questioning, but released him and he does not currently face charges. the case is still being investigated. some neighbors be
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