DOVER, DEL. (Sept. 21, 2014) — Dover Police Lt. David E. Spicer reports that between November 2012 and July 2014 a significant amount of heavy duty high voltage cooper wire, approximately 1000′ was stolen from a warehouse on the property of McKee Run Generating Station (Dover Power Plant) which belongs to the City of Dover Electric Department.
Daily Archives: September 21, 2014
Anthony Brown is the current Lt. Governor of Maryland and was single-handedly in charge of Maryland’s Obamacare rollout, which matched the epic fail of the federal effort and went down in flames — just the kind of track record to make him the darling of left-wingers and Maryland Democrats.
DOVER, DEL. (Sept. 21, 2014) — Dover Police Lt. David Spicer reports that on Thursday September 18, 2014 at 0310 AM two suspects kicked open the door leading into the victim’s apartment causing damage. Suspects allegedly made entry into the apartment and assaulted the 61-year-old disabled female and her daughter before fleeing the residence.
DOVER, DEL. (Sept. 21, 2014) — The Dover Police Department responded to a total of 16 shoplifting complaints between Noon on Thursday, September 11th and Noon on Thursday, September September 18th. This week saw an increase of 2 complaints compared to the same time period as last week’s post. Of the 16 shoplifting complaints, 9 resulted in arrests of the suspects involved, with 9 adults and 1 juvenile being arrested. One case was unfounded after investigation revealed no crime occurred, and 6 of them are still under investigation without identified suspects at this time.
SHARPTOWN, MD. (Sept. 21, 2014) — Maryland State Police and Wicomico County Sheriff’s detectives report that they are seeking assistance from the public in identifying the below photographed suspect and suspect vehicle. Information is being sought in connection with a bank robbery which occurred in Sharptown, MD on Thursday, September 18, 2014.
PORT DEPOSIT, MD (September 21, 2014) – State Fire Marshals report that a building at Port Deposit has been completely destroyed by fire.
Investigators with the Office of the State Fire Marshal and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) are conducting an origin and cause investigation in the wake of a 2:45 a.m. blaze that consumed a vacant stone and mortar 3-story, 50’ x 100’ structure on the former Bainbridge Naval Station.
While awaiting news on the identity of the victim, Marcus had picked up a few details but not enough to be of help in truly knowing if this was Lawrence Milton, the stock broker’s remains. Marcus, an observant man as observation was half of detective work, had watched the uniforms canvassing the area in an attempt to find anyone who had seen anything, and he’d watched one young cop go entirely out of his way to question a bum on a park bench across the street.