Kelsi Loos, Frederick News-Post

Kelsi Loos

Frederick News-Post

2, Frederick, MD, United States

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Past articles by Kelsi:

Assistant state's attorney says Frederick County human trafficking case could be tried federally

A Hagerstown man who faced trial on human trafficking charges in Frederick County might have his case heard in U.S. District Court instead, according to local prosecutors. → Read More

State raises speed limit to 70 mph on portions of I-70

The State Highway Administration has raised the speed limit on Interstate 70 through much of Frederick County to 70 mph. The change, affective Monday, is the result of a law passed in the General Assembly last year allowing the agency to raise interstate speed limits to 70 mph, according to a news release. The speed limit increased on a 31-mile stretch of I-70 from U.S. 29 in Howard County to… → Read More

Man who sold AR-15s, pound of marijuana to undercover officer sentenced to 18 months in jail

A man who admitted he sold AR-15 rifles and a large amount of marijuana was sentenced Thursday to 18 months in jail. → Read More

Frederick man admits selling hundreds of bags of heroin for $10 each

A Frederick man pleaded guilty on Wednesday to possession of heroin with the intent to distribute after prosecutors say officers found more than 2 ounces of the drug packaged for → Read More

Frederick man sentenced to 25 years in violent home invasion

A Frederick man was sentenced to 25 years in prison after, prosecutors say, he attacked the mother of three of his children. → Read More

Frederick man's murder trial postponed

The trial of a Frederick man charged with raping and killing a woman in her apartment has been postponed. → Read More

Gaithersburg man pulled over on I-70 pleads guilty to having over 90 grams of cocaine in car

A Gaithersburg man who prosecutors say had more than 90 grams of cocaine in his car when stopped on I-70 last year pleaded guilty on Wednesday to drug charges in → Read More

Charges dropped against teen in Hillcrest Commons shooting case

A teen who was charged with having a firearm in the aftermath of a shooting in Frederick will not be prosecuted. → Read More

Father gets life sentence in death of Anayah Williams

A Frederick man was sentenced to life in prison Thursday for the murder of his 21-month-old daughter, whose death led to the creation of “Anayah’s Law.” → Read More

Jury finds Harris criminally responsible in the murder of her grandmother

A woman convicted of murdering her grandmother will face a maximum sentence of life without parole because a jury determined she was responsible for her actions at the time of → Read More

Psychiatrist: Harris responsible for her actions at time of murder

A psychiatrist who performed a court-ordered evaluation of a woman charged with killing her grandmother said in court Tuesday she had the capacity to understand she was committing a crime. → Read More

Frederick man's challenge to marijuana conviction heard by Maryland Court of Appeals

An appeal of a Frederick man’s conviction of marijuana possession questions a court’s refusal to exclude the drug’s odor as evidence. → Read More

Jury finds Harris guilty of murdering her grandmother

A jury on Thursday found a Frederick County woman guilty of murder after prosecutors say she stabbed her grandmother to death. → Read More

Prosecution's case highlights changing story from woman charged in grandmother's killing

Witnesses and video evidence provided more insight Monday into what prosecutors call inconsistencies in the story of a woman on trial in the death of her grandmother. → Read More

Prosecutors in Harris trial show video of police interview

Video presented Thursday in the murder trial of a local woman showed the moment when police began to suspect she might have killed her grandmother. → Read More

Possibility of masked man raised as Harris murder trial begins

A bloody T-shirt and an unknown masked man seem likely to weigh heavily in the case of a woman accused of killing her grandmother. A trial started in Frederick County → Read More

Mount student pleads guilty to sexual offense

A Mount St. Mary’s University student accused of having sex with another student too intoxicated to give consent pleaded guilty Wednesday to a third-degree sex offense. → Read More

Jefferson man sentenced to 20 years in child abuse death of his son

A man found guilty in the death of his infant son was sentenced to 20 years in prison. → Read More

Surf House Island Cantina gets liquor license approval

The Surf House Island Cantina in Urbana will soon be able to serve tropical drinks, with or without teeny-tiny paper umbrellas. → Read More

Frederick County Circuit Court judge by day, rocker by night

Frederick County Circuit Judge Scott Rolle has a hobby that might surprise some who think of judges as somber and dour. → Read More