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Pharaoh's Chrysler Jeep Dodge and ram. Lower prices, higher standards every day. This is WTO news. It's 6 21, a major legal update to the story of the mother of a naval academy football player who was killed after being hit by a stray bullet as she sat on the patio of an Annapolis hotel back in the summer of 2021. Angela Herod, the man found guilty of the murder, has been sentenced to life in prison. That's the maximum punishment prosecutors wanted. Herodotus from Annapolis, he was convicted late last year in the killing of 57 year old Michelle Cummings. She was in town from Houston, celebrating the naval academy's induction day for her son Trey. Now a follow-up to last night's amber alert in which a car was stolen from a convenience store with a three year old kid in the back seat in prince George's county. First, the child was found safe. Then a suspect was arrested. WTO's John doman now reports on what else we've learned. About two hours after the car was stolen, it was found here around the intersection of farragut street and edmonston road in the bladensburg area. A few minutes later, police arrested 18 year old Ariel Florentino galeus at his home about a mile and a half away from here. Florentino galeas is charged with kidnapping. Kidnapping of a child reckless endangerment and more police descended on this area after a vehicle involved in a hit and run a few blocks away from here matched the description of the stolen car. He's behind bars without bond right now with a bond hearing scheduled for Monday afternoon. In bladensburg John dome in WTO news. 6 23, be nicer to your pets at airport security. That's this evening's message from the TSA. Too many people are leaving their pet in the carrying case. Lisa farbstein with the TSA says airline passengers with small pets in carrying cases often put the case through a security checkpoint x-ray machine with the pets still inside. I think that what we're seeing is people who are not experienced travelers when traveling with their own pet.