Lonny Fanning, a student at Croom Vocational High School, helps build a bathroom cabinet as part of a student-built house project. More photos in slide show. (Photo by Maryland Newsline's Madhu Rajaraman)
Thirty-five people were killed in Prince George's County in the first four months of 2011. Police increased staffing, but residents in areas such as Langley Park worry about their families' safety. Special Report
Of the 3,029 homicides in Prince George's between 1980 and 2000, police have not identified an offender in 1,517 of the cases, leaving a mountainous caseload for cold-case detectives.
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