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Man sought in stabbing of Frederick woman


FREDERICK, Md. (WUSA9) -- A suspect is being sought after a woman was stabbed in Frederick Saturday night, police said.

The stabbing happened around 10:14 p.m. in the area of 90 Waverly Drive in Frederick, Md., Frederick Police said.

The victim was found with injuries sustained from the stabbing and was flown to the hospital, according to authorities. The woman has non-life threatening injuries. Detectives investigated the scene early Sunday morning, police said.

The suspect sought is being described as a Hispanic man, between the ages of 20- and 30-years-old and standing between 5'6'' and 6' tall. He was last seen wearing dark clothing.

Detectives are requesting anyone with additional information in this case to contact Det. Petruzzello at 301-600-4110. Anonymous information may also be called into the Frederick Police Department Crime Tip Line at 301-6008477.

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Man arrested for making bomb threat at Frederick McDonald's


FREDERICK, Md. (WUSA9) -- Police arrested a man who made a bomb threat at a Frederick McDonald's Thursday night, according to authorities.

Frederick police arrested Timothy Jacob Wolf, 26, of Walkersville, Md. in connection with the incident.

Authorities responded to the McDonald's located in the 2400 block of Osprey Way for the report of a bomb threat.

Investigation revealed that Wolf was in the fast-food restaurant before police got to the scene threatening to plant a bomb. Wolf does not work at the McDonald's.

Police found Wolf as his home in Walkersville. He was taken into custody without incident.

It was learned that an actual bomb was never made. Authorities believe Wolf made threats because he was angry and actually never had any intentions of planting a bomb.

Wolf has been charged with Arson: Bomb Threat.


Suspects sought in Frederick store burglary


FREDERICK, Md. (WUSA9) -- Frederick Police are searching for suspects in connection with a burglary that happened at Express Convenience Store located in Frederick on Wednesday.

The store is located at 430 E Patrick Street, according to police. The incident happened around 12 a.m., authorities said.

The suspects entered the store and stole several items from inside.

The Frederick Police Department is asking anyone with information regarding this incident to contact Investigator Greg Loftis at 301-600-4109 or GLoftis@FrederickMDPolice.org. Callers may also remain anonymous and contact the Frederick Police Department's Crime Tip Line at 301-600-TIPS (8477).


Md. man tries to solicit sex from minor via text messages


FREDERICK COUNTY, Md. (WUSA9) -- Frederick County Sheriff's Department arrested a man on Wednesday, who tried to solicit sex from a minor through text messages, officials said.

Frederick County Sheriff's Department responded to the 500 block of Riggs Court for a telephone misuse call around 4 p.m. An officer learned that Ray Von Everette tried to solicit sex from a minor via text messages.

Everette is registered as a sex offender with the Frederick County Sheriff's Department, officials said. Everette was found at a monthly meeting he goes to for his sex offender status.

He was spotted leaving the meeting and was then arrested by an officer. The suspect is being charged with one count of sexual solicitation of a minor.


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Frederick Police investigate gas station robbery


FREDERICK, Md. (WUSA9) -- The Fredeirck Police Department is investigating a gas station robbery that took place on Sunday.

Officers responded to the BP Gas Station located on East Patrick Street in Frederick for a reported robbery around 11:43 a.m., police said.

Investigation revealed that a white male suspect entered the business, robbed the cashier, and fled the rear of the store on King Avenue, police said.

The suspect is described as a white male, standing at about 6 feet tall with a medium build. The suspect was last seen wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, dark colored shoes and a black face covering.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Renninger at 301-600-1272. Callers may also report information to police anonymously to the Frederick Police Department Crime Tip Line at 301-600-TIPS. (8477)


Frederick Police plan to ask for body cameras


FREDERICK, Md. (AP) - The Frederick Police Department plans to ask for funding for 12 body cameras in the city's 2016 fiscal year budget.

Lt. Dwight Sommers tells The News-Post of Frederick that while demands across the country that law enforcers wear body cameras have increased recently, research began several years ago.

The biggest barrier to providing officers with body cameras is cost, Sommers says. Twelve body cameras could cost a total of $8,000 to $10,000 at $400 to $600 per camera, in addition to batteries, server space and more.

The department will try to find grants for the body cameras.


METROPOLITAN SCHOOL of the ARTS’ STUDENTS AWARDED for ALL-STAR CAST

METROPOLITAN SCHOOL of the ARTS’ STUDENTS AWARDED for ALL-STAR CAST

Ben Cherington and Kylie Levy of Metropolitan School of the Arts (MSA) Performing Arts Academy of Lorton, Va. and Alexandria, Va. were recently recognized for All-Star Cast by the Virginia Theatre Association Conference for their performances in I Never Saw Another Butterfly. This was the first time Metropolitan School of the Arts had participated in the conference. Cherington, an 11th grader from Burke, Va., and Levy, a 10th grader from Fairfax, Va. are students at Metropolitan School of the Arts. For more information, go to www.metropolitanarts.org.

Metropolitan School of the Arts (MSA) also earned the 2014 Virginia Theatre Association Conference award for Best Costume Design and was recognized for Staging, as well as received an honorable mention for Best Play, I Never Saw Another Butterfly.