Taking a lawbreaking past out of college applications – The Washington Post
Ryes Up Continues to Showcase Growth of Local Bar Scene in Sixth Year – Baltimore Magazine
Thirty-one years ago, someone murdered Bernie Casson and buried her outside her house in Middle River. The killer was never caught. Now, police are asking the public for any fresh information to revive their investigation.
Michael Amick was 46 when he reported his wife, Roxanne, missing to Baltimore County police. Her body was later discovered, but he was never charged in her killing and moved away soon after. But last week, thanks to new DNA evidence, police took Amick, now 56, into custody while he was visiting the area.
On September 22, 1981, 13-year-old Heather Porter went missing from her Halethorpe home; the next day, a man walking his dog found her body. No one was ever charged with her murder, but Towson police are trying to bring fresh attention to the case, in hopes that new details might emerge.
Forty years after Katherine and Sheila Lyon went missing in Maryland, police believe that they’ve found the man who allegedly abducted and killed them.
One day in 1975, Katherine and Sheila Lyon vanished after going to a Kensington shopping mall. The girls were 10 and 12 years old, respectively. Authorities announced two persons of interest in the case just last year. Now, they’re looking to dig into a Virginia mountain in hopes of finding the girls’ remains.