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Police & Fire
Crime as reported by the Greenbelt Police Department as of May 12, 2013.
Prince George's County police said Friday, the men targeted homes in Oxon Hill and Fort Washington.
Government, Police & Fire, Business
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Opinion, Public Safety, Breast Cancer Awareness
Three companies submitted their bids Friday.
Authorities in Prince George's County confronted the Silver Spring man Wednesday in a Calverton parking lot.
Using red light and speed cameras, targeted stings and other methods, police departments and municipalities hope to prevent pedestrian-related accidents, after a number of fatalities.
Since 2011, 25 people in the two counties have died in pedestrian accidents. Here is more information on when and where each of these accidents occurred.
Here is a map of the speed camera locations found throughout Prince George's County.
Volunteers in the News, Public Safety
The residents thanked the Prince George's County firefighters for watching their dog during an emergency.
The 30-year-old is the newest and youngest pilot-in-command for Prince George's County police.
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