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An investigation into a registered sex offender who was allowed to continued working at a Fairfax County school after trying to solicit prostitution from a minor has concluded, district officials said.

Police apparently attempted to warn the Fairfax County Public Schools system about Darren Thornton's 2020 arrest, but the email bounced back and school officials were allegedly unaware, WJLA reported.

Glasgow Middle School's superintendent sent out a letter to families about a meeting that is expected be held next week, to discuss the findings from their investigation into Thornton, the website said.

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Howard County Motel Shooter Sentenced For Attempting To Kill Woman

A man who opened fire at a woman inside a Maryland motel will spend decades in prison following his sentencing, the Howard County State’s Attorney’s Office announced.

Laurel resident Christopher Shan Mason, 47, was sentenced to 37 years in prison on Friday, Sept. 23, after being found guilty of attempted second-degree murder, use of a firearm in a crime of violence, and illegal possession of a firearm by a Howard County jury over the summer.

He will be eligible for parole after 30 years. 

Prosecutors said that on April 17, 2021, Mason fired three shots at a woman he was with at a motel on Washington Avenue - one while she was in the room and two through a window at his victim while she looked through it to see if he had left.

Mason was apprehended shortly after the shooting was reported, according to the state's attorney. 

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