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.

Gansler advocates dumping independent prosecutor that specializes in locking up crooked politicians!

The state established the unit within the Attorney General’s Office in 1977 to investigate election law violations, bribery, perjury and other offenses by public officials and employees.

Murder in Berlin: elderly couple’s end of days with husband killing wife and then shooting himself; he died at hospital

Upon their arrival to the scene, officers from the Berlin Police Department and emergency medical service personnel pronounced Ada dead at the scene from an apparent gunshot wound. Police found Lester on the floor with what also appeared to be gunshot wounds. He immediately received medical treatment and was transported by ambulance to Peninsula Regional Medical Center where he later succumbed to his injuries.

In Cold Blood: Killer sought by cops in Salisbury home invasion-murder

When they arrived, troopers contacted the second victim who advised he had been assaulted with a blunt object. Troopers and officers continued to check the residence and found Donald Mariner injured. Emergency medical personnel were immediately requested. Once on the scene, medical personnel attempted to treat both victims. Mariner was pronounced dead by medical personnel, while the second victim was transported to Peninsula Regional Medical Center for further medical treatment.

The Black Bandits: Armed robbers invaded home in Leonardtown; one victim hit in head with gun

two armed black men, dressed all in black, walked into an unlocked residence and robbed the occupants of cash and personal belongings on the same day that taxpayers pay taxes.

Owings Mills: Jameel O. Harrison identified as dead guy in shoot-out with police and FBI

During this incident at least one FBI agent fired his weapon at a subject. The subject, an adult male, is deceased. A Baltimore County Police officer was with the FBI agents

Baltimore: bank robberies by Bunch; FBI offers reward

Anne Arundel County and the Baltimore FBI Violent Crimes Task Force have charged Tony Derrell Bunch (date of birth: August 1, 1982) with robbery at the Bay Bank branch at 2637 Annapolis Road in Hanover, Maryland. Investigators say Bunch is responsible for seven other robberies in the region listed below. They are offering a reward of up to $3,000 for information leading to Bunch’s arrest.

Allen Wayne Densen Morgan gets prison for attempt to hire Ku Klux Klan to torture and murder his Negro neighbor

Morgan previously admitted that in August 2013, he attempted to hire members of the KKK to murder his neighbor. According to Morgan’s plea agreement, on August 22, 2013, Morgan spoke on the phone with an undercover FBI agent who identified himself as a KKK member. The men arranged to meet three days later at an Oxford, Alabama motel to discuss payment for the murder. In that phone conversation, Morgan used a racial slur to describe the man he wanted killed and bragged that he had just fired several shots toward the man to intimidate him. Morgan also described, in detail, how he wanted the man to be “hung from a tree like a deer and gutted,” to have body parts cut off, and to “die a slow, painful death.”