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A California man who was charged with second-degree murder last month for allegedly providing a fatal dose of fentanyl to Christian Scott Ellis in 2018 was ordered to remain in the county detention center after his lawyer requested a bond review.

A former St. Mary’s County man who was living in Virginia was jailed Tuesday on allegations that he has been stalking his ex-wife, her new husband and their children.

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A 19-year-old Indian Head man was indicted and arrested on a first-degree murder charge alleging that he killed Thomas Edward Douglass, 63, in a fatal car accident in Mechanicsville last spring.

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A Mechanicsville man who was charged with 10 assault counts in April for a road rage incident took a guilty plea to his driving under the influence charge and an amended plea to a reckless endangerment charge on Tuesday morning.

A male driver was airlifted to a Prince George’s hospital after crashing into the front wall of The Green Door Tavern on Friday night, causing minor injuries to a band member who was playing inside.

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A man who was arrested this August on allegations that he had broken into a storage shed at a Mechanicsville church and stole $720 of lawn equipment last August was indicted by a St. Mary’s County grand jury this week for the incident.

Probable cause was found in the case of a 36-year-old Clements man who was arrested last month in a narcotics search at a residence in Lexington Park, where police allegedly found 33 grams of suspected cocaine in a blender as well as ammunition, an unregistered sawed-off shotgun and a handgu…

A Lexington Park pair was indicted by a grand jury on Monday on allegations that they were involved in an assault on two women at their apartment in August.

A Leonardtown man who failed to appear to a court date in December of 2016 was arrested on Saturday after an extensive investigation by the St. Mary’s sheriff’s office.

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A Charles County man is facing rape, assault and sex offense charges after allegedly trapping a MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital employee in a supply closet and attempting to make her perform a sex act on him.

Three St. Mary’s residents who were named in an indictment filed last week that accused them of illegally taking a total of over $820,000 from the Department of Veterans Affairs pleaded not guilty to all counts at their arraignment in Greenbelt on Tuesday afternoon.