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Associated Press called for incumbent Ben Cardin to win re-election minutes after the polls closed in Maryland.
Police & Fire
A judge ruled Thursday that Neil Prescott, the man who reportedly threatened co-workers in Prince George's County, will now be monitored by GPS.
To face charges of telephone misuse, Neil Prescott is set to appear in court on Aug. 30.
Charges against the Crofton man were announced during a press conference Wednesday by the state's attorney and police chief of Prince George's County.
Police say Neil Prescott was admitted to Anne Arundel County Medical Center, where he could be for one week.
Police say suspect wore T-shirt that read, "Guns don't kill people, I do."
Republican John Leopold has been accused of using his executive protection staff to assist campaign dirty tricks and sexual encounters.
Investigation of suspicious packages in Annapolis and Hanover is ongoing.
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