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Posted at 1:56 PM ET, 12/ 6/2010

Md. Court of Appeals to hear MoCo case

By Washington Post editors

The Maryland Court of Appeals will decide whether Montgomery County's inspector general can scrutinize an internal police investigation of a collision involving a former assistant fire chief, the Washington Examiner reports.

Two Montgomery police officers, Sgt. Edward Shropshire and Capt. Willie Parker-Loan, unsuccessfully sued the county this year to keep Inspector General Thomas Dagley -- the county's top government watchdog -- from reviewing internal police documents that outline the four-car pileup caused by former assistant fire chief Greg DeHaven. But the officers appealed the decision, and the state's highest court has agreed to take the case. The Court of Appeals will hear the case in March.

Read more about the case in the Washington Examiner.

By Washington Post editors  | December 6, 2010; 1:56 PM ET
Categories:  Crime and Public Safety, Maryland  
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