Daily Archives: April 7, 2014
PG school bus driver Arturo Harris went for a stroll; bus loaded with kids went for a roll…overtop of another child
For reasons still unknown, the bus began to cross Powder Mill Road. The bus struck a small child, who was standing on the corner of Powder Mill Road and Glen Shell Road, before coming to rest
RANDALLSTOWN, MD. — The FBI Violent Crimes Task Force has a warning for area banks about a serial robber who has changed tactics after a bank manager questioned him Friday…
Remove glands and as much fat as you can from raccoon. Parboil until done, skimming fat off water as it rises to the top. Remove raccoon and let cool. De-bone meat and hold aside.
Add carrots, potatoes, celery, mixed vegetables and canned tomatoes to the pot. Add meat to pot. Add seasonings. Keep at a low simmer until ready to serve. For a thicker stew, add flour mix with cold water before serving, stir until thickened.
Probably, the best recommendation I can give regarding fishing in nasty muddy yellow rivers or ice covered creeks is to not even put a line in. Why waste your time?
Dirtbag Roundup: Anne Arundel cops nab alleged 7-Eleven armed robber George Porcella; citizen tips were key to cuffs
BROOKLYN PARK, MD. — According to the Anne Arundel County Police, tops from citizens aided them in rounding up another alleged Dirtbag. Here is their report: Remember the below bad…
Anne Arundel: where have all the whacky tobaccy farmers gone? Gone to seed with their weed…and to slammer for Daniel Paul Puckett
detectives seized 11 marijuana plants with an approximate street value of $5,535 and approximately 2441 grams of processed marijuana with an approximate street value of $48,820.
Metro Beat: Tyrone Collington Jr. sentenced to 15 years in slammer for armed carjacking at surburban malls
Too often the stories of how dangerous criminals steal cars at gunpoint don’t end well. But in this case, a victim was able to follow a criminal when he couldn’t start the ignition of the car he was attempting to carjack, signal to police and pursue the Dirtbag
The conspirators supplied their own identities, and those of family members and others, to the leaders of the conspiracy to create fraudulent prescriptions. The leaders used those identities to create fraudulent prescriptions, and they paid individuals to act as runners to fill the false prescriptions at various pharmacies
By Ken Rossignol THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY UPDATE: Police sources report that as of April 6, 2014 both suspended St. Mary’s Sheriff Captains have been returned to work. LEONARDTOWN, MD. —…