Quiet before the storm’: Md. advocate concerned about domestic violence amid pandemic

The new coronavirus pandemic is forcing many to be stuck at home and adding more stress to the mix. It’s a bad recipe for those already fearful of domestic violence. While stay-at-home orders are in place in D.C., Maryland, and…

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The ex-wife of Beltway sniper shares story of domestic abuse on Valentine’s Day

  Neal Augenstein | @AugensteinWTOP February 14, 2020, 1:12 PM Share on Facebook Share on twitter Share via email print  Listen now to WTOP News WTOP.com | Alexa | Google Home | WTOP App | 103.5 FM On Valentine’s Day, the former wife…

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Prince George’s Co. justice center helps a woman start anew after abuse

 Listen now to WTOP News WTOP.com | Alexa | Google Home | WTOP App | 103.5 FM WASHINGTON — The Prince George’s County Family Justice Center was designed to offer victims of domestic violence, human trafficking and elder abuse with a place…

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‘I suffered in my own home.’

Grant offers housing aid for domestic violence victims who can’t afford to flee Public Safety Domestic violence survivor Melissa Latson encourages people who think they need help to apply for a new Prince George’s County grant that will help them…

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