Here are some of the top posts from the past 24 hours on Maryland Patches:
A cold case heated up after more than 30 years thanks to technological advances. Police were able to get a break in the murder case with advanced fingerprint technology at the FBI Laboratory in Quantico: Stunning Breakthrough—PG County Police Identify Man Killed In 1984 Cold Case.
Three people were injured and two — including a school bus driver — were found to be at fault in a pair of school bus crashes in Harford County: Two School Buses Crash On Same Road, 15 Minutes Apart.
A lawyer and an interpreter are accused of trying to bribe a woman not to testify in a rape case, insinuating she may be deported: Defense Attorney, Interpreter Charged With Intimidating Rape Victim.
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Pictured, first responders tend to one of two school bus crashes on MD 543 in Harford County on Wednesday, May 24. Photo Credit: Mark Ensor, Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company.
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