Prison ordered for attorney who swindled older client out of $1.8M

An attorney and accountant who stole almost $2 million from an older client got a stiff prison sentence.

On Monday, a judge sentenced Jonathan Robbins to 40 years in prison — with all but 12 years suspended — for stealing $1.8 million from a woman who asked him in 2013 for help managing her estate. [WTOP]

Trone, interior secretary visit national parks, host roundtable

U.S. Rep. David Trone and U.S. Department of Interior Secretary Deb Haaland on Monday hosted a roundtable discussion with environmental justice groups focused on how climate change affects underserved communities.

One main topic was putting money from the infrastructure bill into climate change. [WDVM]

New Wizards guard plunks down nearly $5M for Potomac home

One of the Washington Wizards’ new players is making himself at home in Potomac.

Shooting guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope recently closed on the purchase of a home on Newhall Road in Potomac for $4.9 million, according to deed records. [Washington Business Journal]

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Cloudy, with a high around 50 and a low around 33

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