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Three companies submitted their bids Friday.
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The residents thanked the Prince George's County firefighters for watching their dog during an emergency.
Police & Fire
The 30-year-old is the newest and youngest pilot-in-command for Prince George's County police.
Prince George's County Police participated in Project SOLO and Operation Road Runner over the weekend.
Government, Police & Fire
The legislation restricts people from pointing lasers at aircraft.
Along with three others, the 25-year-old man tried to fraudulently sell DC property.
The officer reportedly flipped his marked SUV and struck a lamppost Monday morning.
Residents can get rid of their unwanted or unused prescription medicines at local police stations.
County police hope residents can help them identify the man pictured.
The county police say their Special Operations Division is prepared for situations similar to the Boston bombings and school shootings.
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