Daily Archives: August 23, 2014

Kenneth “Legs” Neace was on the railroad bridge when train crossed; he died and two others jumped

RODERFIELD, W.Va. (08/23/2014)— A man is dead and a woman in critical condition after encountering a Norfolk Southern train late Thursday night near the McDowell County community of Roderfield.

Norfolk Southern said the two along with another man were on a railroad bridge close to the Roderfield tunnel when the company’s mixed freight train traveling from Ohio to Georgia came through the area at about 11:30 p.m.

Frederick cops find triplets of weed

FREDERICK, MD. — 08/23/2014 — According to Frederick Police on 8-20-14 at about 11:15 PM, members of the Frederick Police Department’s Drug Enforcement Unit were on routine patrol in the area of West Patrick St and Hoke Place when an officer observed a vehicle make a traffic violation. After stopping the vehicle, a police K9 alerted to the odor of a controlled dangerous substance emanating from the vehicle.

Delaware Police Beat: Diandre Willis beat feet from cops but flatfoot was too fleet; gun & heroin in his pants

Diandre Willis (23) of Dover, was wanted for Violation of Probation. When officers attempted to contact Wills, he fled running through backyards and damaging a private fence, before being captured in the unit block of South Governors Avenue.

Delaware Police Beat: Shayquan Sampson and Anthony Price Arrested with large amount of Heroin

According to Dover Police Lt. David E. Spicer, on August 21, 2014 at 1638 hours the City of Dover Police Drugs, Vice, and Organized Crime Unit and the Dover Police Safe Streets Unit contacted defendant Anthony Price (23) and Defendant Shayquan Sampson (22) on the corner of S. New Street and W. Division Street in Dover.

The pair were found to be in possession of 205 separate bags of heroin packaged for sale.

Delaware Police Beat: Traffic Stop Nets 133 Bags of Heroin, Arrest of Tony McClain

During the stop, the driver (Tony McClain) originally gave the officers his brothers name and personal information to the officers.

Officers were quickly able to determine that McClain was lying about the information he gave and was arrested for criminal impersonation. A search of McClain led to the discovery of a large plastic bag containing heroin in the McClain’s pants.