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 Officials in one Maryland county said they are going to temporarily enforce a state curfew for teens amid a "troubling" increase in juvenile arrests.

Prince George's County police officers have arrested an "eye-popping" 430 juveniles so far this year -- more than double the number from this time last year, county executive Angela Alsobrooks told reporters during a press briefing Monday.

Carjacking is one area of particular concern, officials said. Eighty-four juveniles have been arrested for carjackings this year, half of whom were under the age of 15, she said. Among the 84 arrested, 34 had prior arrests for a violent crime or gun offense, she said.

"At this point, these kids don't just need a hug, they also need to be held accountable," Alsobrooks said. "I know this isn't the popular thing to say, but the truth of the matter is, it's a fair question: Where are their parents? Where are the aunties? Where are the uncles and other family members who are responsible for them?"

Prince George's County Police Chief Malik Aziz called the number of juvenile arrests "shocking" and a "significant" jump from last year.



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New Republican Congress has the fate of the country in their hands We The People need America to be one at the same time End this war on fossil fuel .

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7-year-old girl hit by a car that passed a stopped MC school bus.


7-year-old girl hit by car that went around stopped Montgomery Co. school bus, police say

The girl was taken to the hospital with injuries described as serious.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. — Editor's note: The above video is from August 2021.

A 7-year-old girl was hospitalized with serious injuries after she was hit by a car while getting off of a school bus in Montgomery County.

Montgomery County Police officers were called to the scene in the 18600 block of Walkers Choice Road in Montgomery Village for a report of a pedestrian struck by a car just before 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 30.

According to police, the driver drove around the bus and hit the 7-year-old girl who was trying to cross the street. The girl was taken to an area hospital with serious injuries. 

Police say the driver of the striking vehicle stayed on scene.

It's not clear if the driver will face any charges in the crash. In Maryland, there is a fine of $250 for illegally passing a school bus. 

Last year, we spoke to a bus driver in Fairfax County who said he noticed a lot of drivers ignoring school buses.

“We get a lot of parents or a lot of people who are standing there with their kids,” said Rocha. “We’ll turn our reds on, they’ll start across and cars start flying by us, they go around us. They don’t stop fully,” Fairfax Co. bus driver Nicholas Rocha said.

“A lot of drivers out there need to realize that you need to stop for our stop signs,” said Rocha. “Otherwise, you never know — there could be a kid walking out in the front.”


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A great day for the unborn children they get there voices heard across America roa vs  wade overturned never thought we would take 65 million babies away from life thank you for returning the unborn rights . This will return to the states and some states will take it one way other will take it towards life . God Wins . 

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NY overturns carry law supreme court says this is against the individual right to protect themselves now Governor wants to make her own law saying absolutely no this is a infringement on the 2nd amendment. I say stay away from our 2nd amendment.

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