Another Democrat came out swinging Tuesday in the race for governor, and she stands out from the start as the only woman in the 2018 gubernatorial race. Krish Vignarajah grew up in Edmondson Heights in Baltimore County and went to Edmondson Elementary and Woodlawn High schools. She currently lives in Gaithersburg. "They say no man can beat Gov. (Larry) Hogan. Well, I'm no man," Vignarajah said.
A jury acquitted Baltimore County police Officer Christopher Spivey on all four counts in his assault trial. Spivey was accused of using excessive force while apprehending car theft suspect Deamonte Farrar on Jan. 25. The jury took about a half hour deliberating before returning its verdict Thursday afternoon. Spivey testified in his own defense on the second day of the trial, and a video of the incident was played on the first day of the trial. This report will be updated.
Print Tuesday, September 12 2017 Kate Amara, WBAL-TV 11 and Robert Lang, WBAL NewsRadio 1090 Video captured from a police helicopter was seen publicly for the first time as the assault trial of Baltimore County police Officer Christopher Spivey began Tuesday. Spivey is accused of using excessive force on January 25, when he arrested Diamontae Farrah on suspicion of automobile theft. The arrest was caught on video by a Baltimore City police helicopter assisting in the investigation.
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