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MISSING: 55-year-old Rockville woman


ROCKVILLE, Md. (WUSA9) --

Police need your help locating a missing Rockville woman.

55-year-old Bonnie Sue Green was last seen at her residence in the 9700 block of Skyhill Way in Rockville on Wednesday afternoon, police said.

Green is described as a white female between 5'3" and 5'4" weighing about 130 pounds. Green has red hair and brown eyes, police said.

Police are concerned for Green's emotional welfare. Anyone with any information regarding Bonnie Green's whereabouts is asked to contact the Montgomery County Police Department at 301-279-8000 (24 hour line).


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FOUND: 55-year-old Rockville woman


ROCKVILLE, Md. (WUSA9) -- Montgomery County police have found a missing woman from the Rockville area.

Police said 55-year-old Bonnie Sue Green has been located safe and unharmed.

Before Green went missing, she was last seen at her residence in the 9700 block of Skyhill Way around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Green is described by police as a white female, standing 5' 3"-5'4″ tall, and weighing approximately 130 pounds. She has red hair and brown eyes. Police said they are concerned for Green's emotional well-being.

Anyone with any information regarding Bonnie Green's whereabouts is asked to contact the Montgomery County Police Department at 301-279-8000 (24 hour line).


FOUND: 72-year-old Rockville woman


ROCKVILLE, Md. (WUSA9) -- A Rockville woman who had been missing on Sunday was located safe and unharmed, police said.

72-year-old Cornelio Paddack of the 4600 block of Brad Court in Rockville had been missing since 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.

Paddack was last seen at a bus stop at the Rockville metro station, police said. Police are concerned for Cornelio's physical and emotional welfare.

Paddack is described as a white female weighing 179 and 5'1" tall. Paddack has brown hair and brown eyes, police siad.

Anyone with any information regarding Cornelio Paddack's whereabouts is asked to contact the Montgomery County Police Department at 301-279-8000 (24 hour line).


Money Magazine: Reston, Rockville among Best Places to Live


RESTON, Va. (WUSA9) -- Reston, Virginia and Rockville, Maryland are two of America's Best Places to Live, according to Money Magazine.

The magazine ranked Reston as number 10 out of 50 small cities. Small cities were defined as cities and towns with populations ranging from 50,000 to 300,000.

Reston was noted for its walkability, lakes, pools, shopping areas, golf courses and the recent addition of the Silver Line. Money Magazine cited Reston Town Center mall, where community members shop, dine, see concerts and in the winter, ice-skate.

Rockville ranked number 24 out of 50 due to its proximity to the nation's capital and its location at the heart of Montgomery County's tech corridor.

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Md. Safeway employees stop IRS phone scam


ROCKVILLE, Md. (WUSA9) -- Employees at the Fallsgrove Safeway stopped a consumer from sending thousands of dollars to scammers, Montgomery County officials said.

Scammers posing as IRS agents are calling people and telling them to send money or they will be arrested. Safeway employees recognized what was happening and convinced the person who was sending money that they were being scammed, officials said.

The victim said the scam artist instilled fear and created a sense of urgency. He said the scammer told him that the IRS had been investigating his tax returns for the past six years.

The victim, who lost $3,000 in the scam, went to a Safeway store to buy six Green Dot® reloadable cash cards. He was about to send $4,000 more when Safeway employees intervened, officials said.

No bail for man accused of killing mom before fire


ROCKVILLE, Md. (WUSA9) -- A 57-year old Rockville man was ordered held without bail Friday afternoon after police say he confessed to stabbing his 82-year-old mother before lighting the family house on fire.

Hani Haleem was arrested Thursday after being interviewed by detectives.

Heroic firefighters rescued Haleem's mortally wounded mother from the burning home on Iris Street. They had no idea she had been stabbed until they got her out.
She died later at a hospital.

Haleem is scheduled for a court appearance Monday. Investigators have not revealed a motive for the attack​.

Son charged with murdering mother and setting fire to home to hide the evidence.


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ROCKVILLE, Md. (WUSA9) -- What appeared to be a tragic accidental house fire that claimed the life of a Rockville woman has now been revealed to be an attempt to cover up her murder.