Child found after Amber Alert issued
A 2-year-old Adelphi boy was located Saturday after an Amber Alert that he had been abducted was issued.

The suspect in the abduction returned Aaron Gamez to a family member's home in Hyattsville at about 2 p.m., Prince George's County Police said.

Gamez's mother had told police that her ex-boyfriend, Jose Alex Turisco, abducted the child in front of the Mount Vernon Metro station in D.C. on Friday.

Police are still looking for Turisco. Anyone with information is asked to call 301-699-2601 or 301-333-4000.

Teen visited shopping center before death
Vanessa Pham was at the Fairfax Plaza shopping center shortly before she died last Sunday, Fairfax County Police said.

Pham, 19, was found dead with stab wounds to her torso in a crashed vehicle at about 3:30 p.m. on June 27.

Police said she was at the shopping center, located on the 2900 block of Gallows Road, at about 3 p.m. and did't appear distressed at that time.

Trial set in $550 million
bank bailout fund conspiracy
A federal judge in Alexandria has set a Nov. 1 trial date for the former head of a mortgage lending company accused of conspiring to steal more than half a billion dollars from the government's financial bailout fund.

Lee Bentley Farkas pleaded not guilty Friday to the alleged plot at Taylor, Bean and Whitaker Corp. He is accused of engineering a multibillion-dollar fraud and also of attempting to obtain more than $550 million from the TARP program created by Congress during the banking crises.

Museum gets Hoover collection
Over nearly 50 years, FBI director J. Edgar Hoover built the FBI into a world-class crime-fighting organization while safeguarding the county's secrets.

On Wednesday, Hoover's estate will announce the donation of his collection to the National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington.

The collection includes Hoover's office desk, chair, telephone, and photographs; books; recordings of Hoover's speeches; and other items that related to his tenure as director of the FBI from 1924 to 1972.

Groundbreaking for the museum will take place on Oct. 14, 2010, with a projected opening in late 2013.

Compiled by Scott McCabe and Emily Babay