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Suspects still sought in Prince Frederick Safeway robbery

The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office is still seeking the public’s assistance in identifying two men responsible for the Dec. 23 robbery of the Prince Frederick Safeway, a press release from the sheriff’s office states.

Anyone with information about the robbery or the identity of the two men are encouraged to contact Det. Justin Livingston at 410-535-2800 or justin.Livingston@calvertcountymd.gov. According to previous reports, one of the men who robbed the Safeway was armed with a gun.

The case has also been added to the Crime Solvers of Calvert County, resulting in any information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect possibly resulting in a $1,000 reward. Those with information can access the Calvert County Crime Solvers link through the sheriff’s office’s website at www.co.cal.md.us/residents/safety/law/sheriff

Read more at: http://www.somdnews.com/recorder/spotlight/suspects-still-sought-in-prince-frederick-safeway-robbery/article_17debd6a-2e68-56ef-9ead-06cfc23afe82.html

Suspects still sought in Prince Frederick Safeway robbery | Spotlight …

The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office is still seeking the public’s assistance in identifying two men responsible for the Dec. 23 robbery of the Prince Frederick Safeway, a press release from the sheriff’s office states.

Anyone with information about the robbery or the identity of the two men are encouraged to contact Det. Justin Livingston at 410-535-2800 or justin.Livingston@calvertcountymd.gov. According to previous reports, one of the men who robbed the Safeway was armed with a gun.

The case has also been added to the Crime Solvers of Calvert County, resulting in any information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect possibly resulting in a $1,000 reward. Those with information can access the Calvert County Crime Solvers link through the sheriff’s office’s website at www.co.cal.md.us/residents/safety/law/sheriff

Read more at: http://www.somdnews.com/recorder/spotlight/suspects-still-sought-in-prince-frederick-safeway-robbery/article_17debd6a-2e68-56ef-9ead-06cfc23afe82.html

Frederick Clay freed after 38 years wrongfully imprisoned | Bay State …

A man was released from prison last week after spending nearly four decades locked up for a crime that he always maintained he did not commit. Frederick Clay was 16 when he was accused of murdering a cab driver. Now at age 53, he is free.

Flawed investigational practices and evidence standards led to Clay’s conviction for a 1979 murder in Roslindale’s Archdale public housing development. On Tuesday last week, the conviction was vacated in a Suffolk County court.

Clay’s conviction rested on two eyewitnesses. One was a developmentally delayed 24-year-old with the mental age of ten, according to information from the Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS). The witness initially said he could not make out the murder suspects he viewed at night from the window of his second-story apartment. The police on the case repeatedly showed the witness a photo array of suspects, and told him they were fairly

Read more at: http://baystatebanner.com/news/2017/aug/16/frederick-clay-freed-after-38-years-wrongfully-imp/

Frederick Clay freed after 38 years wrongfully imprisoned

A man was released from prison last week after spending nearly four decades locked up for a crime that he always maintained he did not commit. Frederick Clay was 16 when he was accused of murdering a cab driver. Now at age 53, he is free.

Flawed investigational practices and evidence standards led to Clay’s conviction for a 1979 murder in Roslindale’s Archdale public housing development. On Tuesday last week, the conviction was vacated in a Suffolk County court.

Clay’s conviction rested on two eyewitnesses. One was a developmentally delayed 24-year-old with the mental age of ten, according to information from the Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS). The witness initially said he could not make out the murder suspects he viewed at night from the window of his second-story apartment. The police on the case repeatedly showed the witness a photo array of suspects, and told him they were fairly

Read more at: http://baystatebanner.com/news/2017/aug/16/frederick-clay-freed-after-38-years-wrongfully-imp/