Top Baltimore news: Former delegate guilty of corruption; gun shop security bill adopted; more

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Former delegate pleads guilty to federal corruption charges

Former Baltimore delegate Cheryl D. Glenn pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal charges of taking bribes in exchange for political favors.

Read the full story on Baltimore Sun.

Gun shop security bill adopted

Gun shop owners in Baltimore County will have to make their stores more secure under controversial legislation passed Tuesday night by the county council.

Read the full story on WYPR.

Republican County Councilman emphasizes bipartisan compromise

Councilman David Marks says he and a fellow Republican worked to improve a bad bill.

Read the full story on WBAL.

Body found in car fire was fatally shot first

A victim recently found inside a burning car in East Baltimore had been shot to death, police said Wednesday. Baltimore police said the victim's identity is unknown. 

Read the full story on Houston Chronicle.

County announces new data center, more spending to combat crime

Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski, Jr. and Police Chief Melissa Hyatt announced a new Real Time Crime Center and an increase in discretionary spending for police to combat violent crime.

Read the full story on Baltimore Fishbowl.

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