Listen: Maryland, Aubrey Hickman, Melanie Faith discussed on Bruce Elliott
"I'm Michael Philip Kelly in the six eighty WCBS Maryland new center, the death of a two year old girl who had been taken to a hospital in cardiac arrest with signs of injury is being investigated as a homicide have any grace police say two year old Aubrey Hickman was flown to Johns Hopkins children's center emergency department, January seventh because of the seriousness of her condition law enforcement initiated an investigation into possible child abuse. Detectives were notified Friday, Aubrey died at the hospital partial human remains found in Maryland had been identified as those of a woman who was reported missing ten days prior and Rondo county police announced that the remains found in late October belong to forty-five-year-old Melanie faith. Melanie, her death has been labeled suspicious, but police haven't yet called it a homicide. Investigators are still working to determine her cause of death. A Maryland house committee is scheduled to get an update on how a new laws being implemented that allows courts to temporary restrict firearms access for people found to be a risk to themselves or other. Others. The House Judiciary committee is scheduled to get a briefing today on Maryland. Red flag law that law allows law enforcement officials mental health providers certain family members and intimate partners to petition a court to restrict firearms access government attorneys have urged a federal judge in Maryland throw out a lawsuit that claims inadequate funding and staffing for US census bureau will lead to massive undercount of blacks and other racial and ethnic minorities in twenty twenty US court district court judge Paul Grimm didn't immediately rule yesterday after hearing arguments from attorneys representing the census bureau, and the N double ACP. Well, but brief look at sports and your Weather Channel forecast is next. What's the biggest surprise reported by small business owners? No question. It's all the regulations and administrative responsibilities. They."