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A judge ordered Monday that Darius Devaughn Gross, 21, of California remain in custody in lieu of $15,000 bond on charging papers alleging he choked and beat a woman last weekend before detaining her for about four hours in his bedroom.
The clerks at the Southern States Cooperative in Charlotte Hall received 123 new companions last week in the mail, to join them behind the registers in a makeshift showroom at the shop as it rebounds from a major fire less than three months ago.
Gregory Allan Field, 27, of Mechanicsville remained in jail in lieu of $7,500 bond after a court hearing this week on charging papers alleging he broke into a Leonardtown area residence earlier this month and stole property valued at $500.
A battle that has been brewing since 2011 among residents in the town of La Plata is coming to a vote April 9. On one side is Save La Plata, a group of town and county residents who are in opposition to the annexation of 14.11 acres at the corner of Rosewick Road and U.S. 301 for the construction of a Wal-Mart Supercenter.
The fourth annual St. Mary's College of Maryland and Walden “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event to be held this Sunday, April 6, on the college's track seeks to increase awareness, empathy and expose misconceptions about violence toward women.
A judge ordered Wednesday that Thomas Christopher Holt, 39, of Leonardtown be held in jail in lieu of 10 percent of $10,000 bond on charges from an alleged burglary the day before at a California home, where prescription medication was reported stolen.
A Mechanicsville man remained in St. Mary's jail in lieu of $75,000 bond after a hearing Monday on a charge of first-degree arson in court papers alleging he set fire last weekend to a vacant house on Laurel Grove Road.
A St. Mary's man pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to the production of child pornography, prosecutors report, in a plea agreement stating he used a hidden camera to repeatedly record a teenage boy in a bathroom.