Daily Archives: April 18, 2014

Frederick: another druggie takes the fast-track to Euphoria with overdose of heroin; two pals busted on drug charges

In the continuing saga of self-induced death, another dimwit who decided to ignore all manner of admonitions to not use drugs and to really stay away from the deadly heroin sweeping the ash-bins of humanity to early graves, police in Frederick, Maryland report of a overdose “victim” being carted out on a stretcher. As of this report, the dead-head isn’t dead but is being treated at a hospital.

Lashonda and the Noisedelles now appearing at the Hotel St. Mary’s after a smashing success at Hermanville Music Festival

Police say that on April 13, 2014 at 8:45PM, Corporal Watters responded to a residence on Hermanville Road in Lexington Park for a noise complaint. Corporal Watters requested the music be turned down. Initially, subjects complied and made an announcement for everyone to leave. However, as Corporal Watters walked toward his car to leave the large crowd became unruly by yelling profanity and turning up the music. Additional deputies were requested to respond.

Norfolk: high winds blew bulk coal carrier ashore

NORFOLK, Va. — This collier was anchored at the Lynnhaven anchorage at the southern-most shores of the Chesapeake Bay while waiting berth space in Norfolk. The tempest of northern winds on Tuesday night that smashed into the northern shores of Willoughby Spit and Ocean View sea side communities of Norfolk and Lynnhaven Inlet, Chesapeake Beach, Little Creek Inlet, and Chick’s Beach
communities of Virginia Beach, Virginia scattered many ocean going cargo and coal ships that were anchored at an officially approved anchorage.