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Marijuana in bedroom closet discovered in Forestville

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FORESTVILLE, Md. (WJLA) — Police say it all began at the Regency Pointe Apartments, where they approached a suspicious car in a parking lot – and found pot and crack inside.

According to police, the girlfriend of the man in the car let them search the couple’s apartment, and that’s when they found about $5,000 worth of marijuana growing in the bedroom closet.

Neighbors are shocked, and the suspect isn’t talking or defending himself, shutting his door on our reporter when asked questions. Police say he is facing a number of charges, including drug possession and manufacturing.

Residents living near the alleged "grow apartment" were nervous about going on-camera, and one man we are not identifying says that pot has been a huge problem, along with other crimes.

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One Dead In Prince George’s County Pedestrian Crash

UPPER MARLBORO, MD. (WJZ) — Maryland State Police is continuing to investigate a fatal-pedestrian-related crash that occurred Monday night in Prince George’s County.

After 6:30 p.m. Monday night, troopers from Maryland State Police Forestville Barrack responded to MD 202 at Campus Way in Upper Marlboro, Maryland for a report of a motor vehicle collision that involved one vehicle and two pedestrians.

The pedestrians had just gotten off a metro bus at the bus stop and were walking north crossing MD 202 in the crosswalk when they were struck by an oncoming vehicle, a blue BMW 325i, driven by Jasmine Nicole Jones, 25, of Jessup, Maryland.

The pedestrians were taken by an ambulance to University of Maryland Prince George’s Hospital Center.

One of the victims, Tevin Jamal Bailey, 27, of Bowie, M...

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Forman Mills lease in Forestville a spark of retail confidence

Discount apparel retailer Forman Mills has signed a lease for more than 38,500 square feet, bringing occupancy at Forestville Plaza Shopping Center in Prince George’s County to 99 percent and suggesting that companies are still looking to expand their physical footprint despite challenges from internet retailers. Forman Mills joins other tenants in the 218,000-square-foot center, including Save-a-Lot, …

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