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Police & Fire
Group allegedly smuggled cocaine into Northern Virginia, wired money to South America
A jury found Carmela dela Rosa, 51, guilty of first-degree murder Thursday for throwing her granddaughter over a Tysons Corner Center walkway last November
Grandmother was not insane, final prosecution witness says; did not use available resources to control her anger.
Defense witness says grandmother could not distinguish between right and wrong when she lifted her granddaughter over a railing at Tysons Corner Center
Doctor says Carmela dela Rosa took drugs as needed; friends say grandmother was vibrant, thoughtful before she lifted her granddaughter over a pedestrian walkway in November
Mary 'Kat' Ogdoc describes watching her mother throw 2-year-old Angelyn Ogdoc over a walkway at Tysons Corner Center last November.
Child's parents are former students of Bishop Denis J. O'Connell High School in Arlington.
Government, Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
Collecting all of the events honoring those who died, responded to or were otherwise affected by the terror attacks 10 years ago.
Tom Duesterhaus has been missing for six weeks; car parked in garage day he was last seen.
Readers share stories of hours-long commutes after fire on 66
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