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Massage therapist operative in Bethesda indicted of passionate assault

A lady told military she was assaulted during a massage with VMG Massage Therapy, that was renting a room in FITology subsequent to Trader Joe’s in downtown Bethesda. Victor Mendoza-Gonzalez, 39, a massage therapist who owned a company, allegedly asked her to take off her underwear before he massaged a woman’s top thighs and arm and forced verbal sex on her. In November, he was charged with sex offenses and second-degree assault. Police trust there are additional victims. [ABC7]

Silver Spring lady to be named to lead Peace Corps

Josephine Olsen, who lives in Silver Spring, will be nominated by a Trump administration to offer as a executive of a Peace Corps. She was a behaving executive of a classification during a initial months of President Obama’s administration, and had been allocated as emissary executive in 2002. She has a doctorate grade from a University of Maryland and teaches during a University of Maryland, Baltimore. [Baltimore Sun]

Trump administration’s proclamation on pot raises questions about Maryland industry

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Thursday a Justice Department would revoke an Obama-era process permitting states to legalize marijuana. The preference gives sovereign prosecutors a ability to confirm what sovereign resources to persevere to pot coercion in states. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh pronounced a preference “throws all of a state laws into chaos.” Marijuana sellers in a state worry what a process will meant for their businesses, that recently became authorised in a state. [Baltimore Sun]

Lawmakers could examination trade crossings

Maryland lawmakers devise to examination walking crossings in a state when a General Assembly reconvenes this month. The examination would embody crossings in and around all of Maryland’s open high schools to foster walking safety. [LocalDVM]

Hogan, Frosh conflict offshore drilling

The Trump administration is relocating to enhance offshore drilling off a Atlantic, though a pierce is opposite by both Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Attorney General Brian Frosh. Hogan is directing Frosh to examine a U.S. Interior Department’s plan, job for “legal claims, actions or suits opposite a U.S. government” to forestall drilling off Maryland’s coasts. [AP]

Wind chills in a disastrous again

Temperatures won’t strike aloft than around 18 degrees today, though a breeze chill will make it feel like -7 degrees, according to a National Weather Service. Today also will approaching be spacious with breeze gusts as high as 33 mph. More breeze is approaching tonight, with a breeze chill of -8.

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