By Tracee Wilkins, NBC Washington
Prince George’s County’s state’s attorney is calling for legislation requiring ghost guns to have serial numbers.
Maryland's state legislative session starts Wednesday, and crime is expected to be a major focus with crime rates increasing in Maryland's cities and suburbs.
"Unfortunately, we have seen a dramatic increase in crime all around the country and certainly in this region," Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy said. Prince George's County's murder rate doubled last year. Braveboy says the proliferation of untraceable ghost guns is making prosecution tougher in some cases.