Crime (71)

Teacher accused of touching students to remain in jail, undergo mental health treatment

handcuffedROCKVILLE- The Montgomery County substitute teacher accused of inappropriately touching the buttocks of four underage students during  a 10 year period will remain in jail after a Montgomery County District Court judge set bail at $150,000.

Judge Barry Hamilton also ordered Jose Pineda, 50, to undergo mental health treatment. Pineda is not allowed to have any contact with his victims, minor children, or go to any elementary, middle or high schools in the area.


Detectives investigate string of thefts at area 7-Elevens

Policelights 1Montgomery County Police detectives are investigating a series of similarly-executed auto/property thefts that have taken place over the last two months at 14 7-Eleven gas stations in Silver Spring,Bethesda and Colesville.

According to MCPD spokesperson Officer Nicole Gamard, the first incident occurred on June 23, 2014, when an individual stole a vehicle from a 7-Eleven store around 8:00 the 7900 block of Georgia Avenue in Silver Spring.

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