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Woman found dead on Rt. 301 was a mother of two young kids

UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (WUSA9) -- Maryland State police have identified the woman found dead Saturday night along Route 301 in Upper Marlboro as Tiffany Storey. 

“She loved her kids,” said Pam Jensen. Jensen works with the First Baptist Church of Upper Marlboro and told WUSA9 that Storey was once a very active member of their church.

Police say Storey was found dead Saturday along Route 301 near the Route 4 overpass just before 9:30 p.m. Maryland State Police said Storey was found clothed, face-down and with serious trauma to the head and upper torso. Police also said there were no signs of suspicious injury.

A Medical Examiner is still investigating the cause of death.

Body of fully clothed woman found on Rt. 301 in Md.​

Lawmaker w/ history of blocking DUI laws represents alleged drunk driver

UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (WUSA9) -- How could a guy continue to drive with a traffic and criminal record that stretches back years and includes drunk driving and fleeing police?

The answer may have to do with his lawyer -- a guy who not only argues the law -- he writes it.

Maryland State Police say James Calero was drunk Thursday night when he plowed head-on into 20-year-old Adedire Olanrewaju Ososanya on Route 202 near Prince George's Community College.

Court records show Calero has a history of drunk and reckless driving and has also been accused of eluding police and fleeing the scene of the accident.

Frederick Douglass HS student make blankets for homeless

UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (WUSA9) -- Dozens of students at Frederick Douglass High School did their part to keep those in need warm this winter by making blankets for the homeless.

The students made about 50 fleece blankets as part of their "Warm Wishes" project.

"At any day, at any time, we could all be in that same situation. So it's nice to give back to the community for people that could be just like you," Jhia Anthony, a student at the school said.

The students plan on handing out the blankets near the Verizon Center from noon to 1 p.m. on Saturday.

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HS football coach sentenced for having sex with student

UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (WUSA9) -- A Beltsville high school teacher and football coach has been sentenced to 10 years for having sex with a student the Prince George's County State's Attorney's Office said.

High Point High School teacher, Andre Brown, 34, was sentenced to 10 years in prison after being found guilty in September of sex abuse of a minor.

"We are pleased that Mr. Brown was given this sentence because he was in a position of power and had the responsibility to care for and protect the children in his school," said Alsobrooks. "Instead, Mr. Brown violated that trust and now not only is his life forever changed, but so are the lives of the victim and her family, as well as his own children and family."

Vigil honors Md. mother of 4 killed in murder suicide

UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (WUSA9) -- Dozens of people gathered Sunday night outside a home in Upper Marlboro where police say a woman was shot and killed by her husband after an argument.

Many of Tonya Wilkerson's mourners rode in on motorcycles and wore matching leather jackets as a tribute to the president of their motorcycle club.

Police say Wilkerson, 35, was killed by 37-year-old Antione Sullivan after an argument inside their home. After shooting Wilkerson, Sullivan, a former police officer with D.C. Protective Services, then turned the gun on himself, according to police.

At around 5:30 p.m., members of the K9 Too motorcycle club of Maryland roared through the quiet suburban neighborhood on their bikes. The club, which is made up entirely of women, believes Wilkerson's death shows the dangers of domestic violence.

PG County police investigating fatal crash in Upper Marlboro

UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (WUSA9) -- Prince George's County Police are investigating a car crash that took the life of a passenger inside of the vehicle. 

57-year old Patricia Joyce of Hughesville, Md. suffered critical injuries when the truck she was a passenger in veered off Croom Road and struck a tree. 

Police responded to the accident at approximately 12:20 p.m. Joyce was taken to the hospital and died shortly after. The driver suffered minor injuries.

No further information as to what may have caused the fatal accident has been released.

Docs: Upper Marlboro mom was stabbed while on the phone

UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (WUSA9) -- An Upper Marlboro mother was stabbed and killed while talking to her friend on the phone by a man who was inside her home waiting for her, according to charging documents. 

Police say Mitchell Cole hid inside Amanda Jones' home in the 900 block of Andean Goose Way for about an hour before he stabbed her at around 9:15 Monday evening. 

The friend on the other line heard screams and a struggle and then the call dropped.

About 25 minutes later, police say they got a call from someone concerned about Jones, 56. Officers checked her house, found nothing out of the ordinary and left, the documents say.  

The next morning, Jones' daughter found her mother's body on the basement floor covered in blood. 

Mitchell Cole, 56, of the 3700 block of Acquinsicke Place in White Plans, Md. has been charged with first-degree murder in connection to Jones' death.