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Updates on The Lululemon Murder Trial

Updates on The Lululemon Murder Trial

Just before the court adjourned for the day in the murder trial of Brittany Norwood (State v. Brittany Norwood) , Judge Greenberg brought in the second pool of approximately 150 prospective jurors to be sworn in.

The court instructed the jurors to not use any electronic devices, watch TV, or read any type of newspapers tonight and for the duration of their time in the selection process.

The judge ordered the second pool of jurors to arrive at the Circuit Court in Montgomery County, Maryland by noon on Tuesday, October 25th to continue the jury selection process.

Lululemon Murder Trial Day One: The Jury Selection

Lululemon Murder Trial Day One: The Jury Selection

The murder trial of Brittany Norwood (State v. Brittany Norwood) began this Monday morning before Judge Robert Greenberg in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland.

Brittany Norwood is charged with attacking and killing her coworker, Jayna Murray last spring inside of the popular Bethesda yoga store.

Judge Greenberg asked for an “in camera” proceeding before the jury is selected. This means that each juror will be called into Judge Greenberg’s chambers for a one-on-one questioning session by him and the lawyers in the case.

"This is very unusual that a judge would question jurors individually in his chambers. He is being very cautious with this prospective jury to make sure that not one person is contaminated by a biased remark," explained Bethesda attorney, Jim Shalleck, who in his 40 years of practicing law has never seen this proceeding before.

Jury Selection in Lululemon Murder Trial Has Begun

On Monday, October 24th, The jury selection has begun in the Lululemon murder trial where Brittany Norwood is accused of fatally attacking her coworker, Jayna Murray inside the well-known Bethesda yoga shop. 

"Jury selection is the most important part of the case," said attorney Jim Shalleck."To get a jury that's receptive to your arguments is necessary for the outcome to go your way," Shalleck explained.

Prosecutors say the two women argued after closing hours when Murray found suspected stolen merchandise inside Norwood’s bag.

Rockville Teacher Arrested for Sex Offenses

Rockville Teacher Arrested for Sex Offenses

The following notice was sent to us by The Montgomery County Police:

Jeremy Earle Brown II, age 28, of the 12900 block of Pinnacle Drive in Germantown was arrested and charged with several sex-related offenses.  Brown, a special education teacher in Montgomery County Public Schools, teaches kindergarten through 5th grade students with autism at Meadow Hall Elementary School in Rockville.  

Arrests Made in Robbery of Germantown Pizza Delivery Man

            At approximately 9:20 p.m. on October 3rd, 5th District officers responded to the 19000 block of Partridge Wood Drive in Germantown for a robbery of a pizza delivery man that had just occurred.  Preliminary investigation revealed that five suspects approached the driver as he walked to a dwelling carrying a pizza order. The suspects surrounded the delivery man and demanded his money and the pizza order. The suspects fled the area after the robbery.  

           Officers used a police K-9 to follow a track to a residence in the 19000 block of Partridge Wood Drive. When officers knocked on the door, a subject opened the door, and officers observed pizza boxes and the victim’s property in the home. Based on their observations, officers conducted an investigation and arrested the following suspects:

Brittany Norwood Status Hearing

Brittany Norwood Status Hearing


ROCKVILLE, Md. (AP) -- Lawyers for a woman charged with killing a co-worker at an upscale yoga clothing shop in Bethesda say they plan to call at least one mental health expert at the October trial.

   The statements in court Wednesday lay the groundwork for a mental health defense for Brittany Norwood. Norwood is charged in the March slaying of Jayna Murray inside the Lululemon Athletica shop.

Armed Robbery of Safeway Store


Detectives from the Montgomery County Police-Major Crimes Division, Robbery Section are investigating an armed robbery that occurred at a Safeway grocery store.  Today, detectives are releasing photographs of the suspects.

On July 15 at approximately 10:22 p.m., officers from the 3rd District responded to the Safeway, 116 University Boulevard West, Silver Spring for the report of an armed robbery that had just occurred.  The preliminary investigation revealed that two suspects entered the store office and encountered an employee.  One suspect pulled out a handgun and the other suspect punched the employee in the face.  The suspects then removed an undetermined amount of currency from the cash drawers in the office.  The suspects then fled in an unknown direction.