BALTIMORE (AP) - A disgraced Baltimore Police detective who pleaded guilty earlier this year to robbing residents was the subject of an internal affairs investigation into similar allegations in 2009. The Baltimore Sun reports that Jemell Rayam was charged internally with making a false statement involving the theft of $11,000 from a man during a traffic stop. Rayam was cleared by a police trial board and later promoted to an elite gun squad.
OLDENBURG, Ind. (AP) - State police say three people have died in a small plane crash in southeastern Indiana. Sgt. Stephen Wheeles says the crash of the single-engine Cessna plane near Oldenburg, Indiana, also killed one dog aboard the craft. A second dog survived.
BETHESDA, Md. (AP) - Marriott International's plans to open a new $600 million headquarters in suburban Maryland has been approved by a local planning board. WTOP-FM reports that the Montgomery County Planning Board had approved the world's largest hotel company's plans to build near the Bethesda Metro station.
BALTIMORE (AP) - Authorities have identified the man they said led police on a wild chase through the streets of Baltimore before being arrested on Friday. The Baltimore Sun reports that police identified Mausean Carter on Saturday. The 30-year-old Carter allegedly shot wildly at officers and pedestrians as he led cruisers on a chase for at least 20 minutes. Several were injured during the chase, including a police officer.