Seattle plastic straw, utensil ban takes effect

The Maryland newspaper where five people were killed in a mass shooting on Thursday had previously reported the suspected shooter to police, but in 2013 reached a mutual agreement not to press charges out of concern it would provoke him.

Anne Arundel County Police chief Tim Altomare said on the “Today” show Friday that his department had agreed with editors at the Capital Gazette newsroom in 2013 to drop an investigation into Jarrod Ramos’s reported harassment of the newspaper’s employees for fear of exacerbating the situation.

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