Elementary school students hospitalized after bus crash
Seven people -- including five Ritchie Park Elementary School students -- were taken to the hospital after a collision involving a Montgomery County Public Schools bus in Rockville, police said.
Monday morning, the bus hit a Jeep when the Jeep was turning in front of it, Rockville City police spokesman Maj. Bob Rappoport said.
students who were on the bus were taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The children, who ranged in age from 5 to 10 years old, were complaining of neck and back pain, Rappoport said. The drivers of the bus and the Jeep were also both taken to the hospital. The Jeep's driver was issued a citation for failure to yield right of way while making a left turn.
Football players charged with pot possession
Three former D.C.-area high school football stars now playing for the Indiana University of Pennsylvania were charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver after their apartment was raided.
Errol Brewster, 20, from Silver Spring; De-Antwan Williams, 21, from Woodbridge; and Jerrel McFadden, 22, from Manassas, were arrested about 1:30 a.m. Sunday morning.
A university spokeswoman has said the status of the players at the school and on the team has yet to be determined.
Cocaine seized at Dulles from business courier
Customs officers at Washington Dulles International Airport seized cocaine packages from a business courier.
While inspecting a traveler from Guatemala on Saturday, officers found 6 pounds of cocaine in two hard brown bricks labeled as "Dulce de Panela," a molasses-like brown candy made of unrefined sugar, and five packages of "Hilachas," a beef soup.
Officials determined that the delivery man did not know what was inside the package. He was barred from returning to the United States for at least five years.
-- Scott McCabe and Naomi Jagoda