Court records detail not only Timothy Virts potential for violence but also the custody agreements for parenting the children he had with murder victim Bobbie Joe Cortez.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - An Anne Arundel County judge gave the maximum sentence to Annapolis paver Tommy Clack today.
Clack was sentenced to two years, five months behind bars for acting as a contractor without a license and selling home improvements without a license. That was the maximum sentence allowed.
The judge called Clack a "shameless swindler" and "a pathological liar."
Five of the months were suspended, so Clack will spend the next two years in prison.
Prior to today's sentencing, Clack was in police custody on a fugitive warrant from Anne Arundel County and has spent the last 45 days in prison. Immediately after his sentencing he was transferred back to prison.
Clack's paving scheme was first exposed by ABC2 Investigators last year. Since then, warrants for his arrest have been issued in others states.
"It hurts, it hurts,” Michael Marion said. “Sometimes I just want to close my eyes when I go by. That way maybe it's not there, but it's there and every day we go by it, my boys see it every day, their bus goes by it every day."
Maryland hit-and-run reports by the numbers
Maryland's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has weighed in on a bill that asks Maryland hospitals with an ER to provide forensic exams for victims of sexual assault.
Lawmakers Friday introduced a bill in Annapolis that would place the responsibility on Maryland hospitals to provided certified forensic nurses for rape victims.
When a person is sexually assaulted, a clock starts ticking for evidence collection.
When a victim is raped, convincing them to go to the hospital can be tough. That’s just the first hard step after a horrific trauma.
This searchable database breaks down the number and dollar amount associated with rape kit reimbursements at certified Maryland hospitals.
Stats on hospital rape kit reimbursement claims 2011-2013.
An investigation has revealed serious safety concerns about one of the most popular children's toys on the market that is still being sold in stores despite consumer calls for a recall.