WASHINGTON — Teachers did not follow state requirements on reporting suspected child abuse, according to a lawsuit filed by families of victims of convicted sex child offender Deonte Carraway. Carraway pleaded guilty to abusing at least 23 children at a Prince George’s County elementary school between November 2014 and February 2016.
WASHINGTON — A pair of D.C. brothers are facing several years in prison after their mother identified them to police as the men robbing Metro riders. Marcus Lee and Antwan Haynie, half brothers who both live in the same house in Northeast D.C., are facing six and seven years in prison, respectively, for two counts of robbery each.
WASHINGTON — A Fairfax County jury returned the first conviction in the killing of a teenage girl on Tuesday against an MS-13 gang member. Investigators have charged ten people in the killing of 15-year-old Damaris Reyes Rivas. Now 21-year-old Wilmer Sanchez-Serrano of Virginia is facing the possibility of a 60-year sentence. Sanchez-Serrano pleaded not guilty to taking part in the MS-13 gang killing of Reyes-Rivas in February.
Investigation: Lawsuit claims 10 teachers/staff did not follow law in reporting child abuse at @pgcps elem. school where kids were sexually abused. Mandatory Md. reporting requirements differ from school policy. @WTOP
Complaint filed in court by families against @pgcps Principal Michelle Williams & Board of Ed alleges they were 'deliberately indifferent' to #DeonteCarraway's abusive and predatory conduct. He's serving prison time for sexually abusing 23 children
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