Missing Upper Marlboro Woman
Maryland Court of Appeals Judge Orders Same-Sex Marriages Recognized
Daytime Metro Station Shooting in Rockville
The Prince George’s County Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a critical missing woman identified as 39-year-old Erica Antonette Jackson. She was last seen by her husband leaving their home in the12400 block of Open View Lane, Upper Marlboro to go to work. Jackson may be suffering from depression and could be a danger to herself. She has not been seen since.
Jackson has black shoulder length hair and a tattoo of a rose on the right side of her breast. She was last seen driving a black Mercedes Benz ML320 with Maryland tag of 11089M7. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Erica Jackson is asked to call the Prince George’s County Police Department’s District II Investigative Section at (301) 390-2160.
Maryland Court of Appeals Judge Glenn Harrell Jr. issued a Same-sex marriages legally performed out of state must be recognized by Maryland Courts, according to a decision issued Friday by Maryland’s highest court. State Attorney General Douglas Gansler praised the court’s decision. “A valid out-of-state same-sex marriage should be treated by Maryland courts as worthy of divorce, according to the applicable statutes, reported cases, and court rules of this State,” wrote Judge Harrell.
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A teenage male suspect is in custody linked to a Rockville Metro Station shooting that took place around 2:30pm today, Friday, May 18th. Two teenagers were injured. The shooter knew his victim. There is still a person of interest on the loose. It’s not even the summer yet, sadly this behavior is almost predictable in the summer, and we already are experiencing people young, middle aged, and old nutting up and spraying areas with bullets.