Montgomery, Howard Counties Reaffirm Police-Involved Shooting Review Pact

Montgomery, Howard Counties Reaffirm Police-Involved Shooting Review Pact

Plus: Police release composite sketch of Montgomery Village rape suspect; Lockheed Martin excels in first quarter

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Montgomery County reaffirms police-involved shooting agreement with Howard County

State’s attorneys for both jurisdictions officially signed what had been a handshake deal to investigate each other’s police-involved shootings. The agreement was originally established in summer 2015, and the new document outlines the responsibilities of each jurisdiction. [Baltimore Sun]

Police release composite sketch of Montgomery Village rape suspect

The man is white and in his late 20s, has a tattoo behind his left ear and was last seen wearing a sweatshirt and jeans. He sexually assaulted a woman on Saturday near the Ride-On bus stop at 19300 block of Watkins Mill Road. [CBS]

Lockheed Martin excels in first quarter

The Bethesda-based defense contractor netted $14.3 billion the first quarter of the year, a 23% bump from the same period in 2018. The strong performance increased the company’s overall sales projections by $1 billion for 2019. [Washington Business Journal]

Woman missing from Norbeck home

Police are searching for 24-year-old Cassidy Chaplynn Norberts, who was last seen by her family over the weekend. Norberts is a black female, 5-feet-3-inches tall weighing 130 pounds. [Fox 5]

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