Monthly Archives: November 2014

Prince Georges Police Beat: PG Officer Mark Samuels-Thompson on the fast track to delivering pizzas; arrested in District for leaving scene of crash

The Metropolitan Police Department charged a Prince George’s County Police officer with leaving the scene of an accident on Sunday, November 30, 2014. Police Officer First Class Mark Samuels-Thompson was off duty at the time of his arrest. There were no reported injuries.

Prince William County Police Beat: Stabbed and robbed of necklace by his hooligan friends; police seek to round-up gang members

Police report that on November 25th at 9:09PM, officers responded to the 14700 block of Potomac Heights Pl in Woodbridge, Va. to investigate a robbery. The victim, an 18-year-old woman of Triangle, reported to police that she and a known male acquaintance were walking through a residential parking garage in the above area when they encountered two unknown men. During the encounter, the men pulled out handguns and demanded property. The victim’s male acquaintance immediately fled on foot. One of the suspects pursued the male acquaintance. The other suspect took the victim to an interior apartment, at which point, the first suspect returned with a second victim, a 19 year old woman of Woodbridge. Once inside the apartment, the men took a wallet and money from the victims before fleeing. No injuries were reported. This was not a random incident.

Friday afternoon fire claims life of Salisbury resident

The reported fire brought 28 firefighters from the Salisbury Fire Department to the scene with the first unit arriving within 4 minutes of dispatch. Initial units made entry and discovered an adult male occupant deceased on the second floor. The deceased has been transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner to determine positive identity and cause of death.

Delaware Police Beat: Pursuit Leads to DUI and Weapon Arrest of Jamil T. Biddle

Police say that as Biddle reached the intersection of DE Rt. 2 and Green Valley Drive, he made a sudden U-turn and began traveling in an eastbound direction at a high rate of speed. Biddle then turned onto Farrand Drive and into the parking lot of the Farrand Village Apartments, where he was observed tossing an object from his car. Biddle’s vehicle then struck several parked cars in the complex where it came to rest. He then exited the car and fled on foot but was apprehended after a short foot chase.

Bad weather keeps Coast Guard on rescue task with Austina

The Coast Guard medevaced an injured 62-year-old man from his sailboat Thursday approximately 100 miles east of Kill Devil Hills. Watchstanders at the Fifth Coast Guard District command center in Portsmouth, Virginia, received notification at approximately 8:30 p.m. Wednesday from the International Emergency Response Coordination Center, reporting they received a distress message from the sailboat Austina.

Cops round up Grandma Regina’s pack of gun thugs for robbery of office staff

On August 14 at approximately 10:05 a.m., the Emergency Communications Center (9-1-1) received a call for an armed robbery in progress at Sweeney Building Services located at 18931 Premier Court in Gaithersburg. Two suspects entered the business armed with a handgun and a taser. They obtained an undisclosed amount of cash. The victims were able to give descriptions of both suspects and the vehicle used to leave the scene. Using this information, detectives began their investigation.

Outlaw watermen and unsporting hunters meet the law officers on fields and streams

SALISBURY, MD. — In Wicomico County, just before noon on Monday, an officer on patrol in Salisbury noticed a truck filled with 24 bushel baskets of oysters. The truck did not display a tidal fish license number, as required by state law, and the bushel baskets were not properly tagged.

Severn Reid Mister Jr., 57, and Cody Eugene Cavalier, 23, both of Easton were each charged with 12 counts of failing to tag oysters.

They are scheduled to appear in Wicomico District Court on Jan. 6. If found guilty of all counts, each man could be fined a maximum of $6,600.

Darian Robinson charged with carjacking and kidnapping at Vienna Metrorail station

On November 12 at approximately 10:15 p.m., it is alleged that Robinson approached an occupied vehicle in the Vienna Metrorail Station parking lot, displayed a handgun, entered the vehicle, and then forced the victim to drive into Maryland, stopping at several establishments in Prince George’s County to withdraw cash and make purchases. The suspect released the victim shortly after 12:30 a.m. November 13 at the New Carrollton Metrorail Station.

Eastern Shore Police Beat: Thieves hit parked vehicles at Somerset County office complex

Prison Loves This Guy

On 11-4-14, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Eurley Joseph Hodge, 24, of Princess Anne Maryland in reference to an outstanding parole re-take warrant. Hodge was released into the custody of the Eastern Correctional Institution.

Eastern Shore Police Beat: Connecticut Snow-Birds had a Shoe Box Full of Snow as they Fled South from Snowstorm

Police say that the vehicle was noted for a speed violation in the area of S/B US Rt. 13 north of the Maryland/Virginia line. During the course of the stop, Troopers conducted a K-9 free air sniff of the vehicle utilizing a State Police canine. The scan resulted in a positive alert for the presence of a controlled dangerous substance. Search of the vehicle produced a suit case in the trunk of the vehicle. Inside of the suitcase was a shoe box containing a significant quantity of cocaine.