Accused Killer Left Suicide Notes in His Jail Cell, Police Say

Plus: Maryland Democrats call for unity following State of the Union; Naval officers undergo active shooter training

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Tyler Tessier investigations wraps up

Montgomery County Police crime scene investigators found five suicide notes stacked on top of Tyler Tessier’s bunk bed in the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in Clarksburg. Tessier, who was charged with killing his girlfriend Laura Wallen in 2017, hanged himself and was found dead Sept. 6, 2018, hours before his murder trial was set to begin. [WTOP]

Maryland Democrats call for unity after State off the Union

Maryland’s delegation of congressional Democrats called for unity in the country following President Donald Trump’s State of the Union Tuesday night. Rep. David Trone, a Montgomery County Democrat, said he “hopes President Trump’s call for unity was made in earnest.” [Maryland Matters]

Naval officers undergo active shooter training in Bethesda

Naval Support Activity Bethesda conducted an active shooter training exercise Tuesday in a cafeteria, two months after a false alert of an active shooter led to an 80-minute lockdown at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda [WTOP]

Today’s weather

Thursday will be cloudy with temperatures reaching a high of 55 degrees. Some light rain showers are possible.

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