May 03, 2021
Maryland Weather: Tornado Warnings Around State Monday Night
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A tornado warning is in effect for Linganore and Libertytown, Maryland until 8:45 p.m.READ MORE: Meet The Five Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital Nurses Named Top Pediatric Nurses By Baltimore Magazine
Tornado Warning including Linganore MD, Libertytown MD until 8:45 PM EDT pic.twitter.com/d933nrxs2E
— NWS Baltimore-Washington (@NWS_BaltWash) May 4, 2021READ MORE: 13-Year-Old Girl Missing From Randallstown, May Be In Baltimore City
A tornado warning was in effect earlier for Frederick County.
It expired at 8:15 p.m. but renewed until 8:45 p.m.
On #WJZ a tornado is possible with this cell over Frederick County now. pic.twitter.com/e6oDEmMdYE
— Bob Turk WJZ-TV 13 (@TurkWJZ) May 3, 2021MORE NEWS: Baltimore Museum Of Art Launches New Brand
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State Trial For Three Ex-Officers Charged In George Floyds Death Postponed Until 2022
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The state trial for three of the former officers charged in George Floyd’s death has been postponed until March of 2022.
The decision comes in the wake of the federal civil rights charges filed last week against the officers and Derek Chauvin.READ MORE: Ex-Cops In George Floyds Death Claim Witness Coercion, Harm Of Leak
On Friday a federal grand jury charged Chauvin, Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng, and Thomas Lane, accusing them of violating Floyd’s constitutional rights. The indictment says Chauvin’s actions – as well as Thao and Kueng’s lack of intervention – directly led to Floyd’s death, and that all the officers violated his rights while they were acting under color of law.
Thao, Kueng, and Lane face charges of aiding and abetting second-degree murder and manslaughter. Originally, their trial was scheduled to take place in August. The officers waived their right to appear in Thursday’s hearing.READ MORE: Derek Chauvin Conviction: Judge Says Prosecutors Proved Multiple Aggravated Sentencing Factors, Including Cruelty
A Hennepin County jury found Chauvin guilty in April of second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter. On Wednesday Judge Peter Cahill ruled that prosecutors proved “beyond a reasonable doubt” some aggravated sentencing factors, including cruelty.
If the aggravated factors can be proven, Chauvin could face a longer sentence than the guidelines indicate, which currently are a minimum of 12 and a half years.MORE NEWS: Sources: Minnesota Trial For 3 Other Officers In George Floyd Case Postponed Until 2022
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