Daily Archives: July 30, 2014

Dirtbag Report: When strangling a woman just doesn’t seem to work…

Officers relayed a description of Daniels to Ocean City Communications as well as security personnel in the area. Shortly after, a security guard saw Daniels and was able to stop him and flag down an officer passing by who arrested Daniels.

Daniels was charged by Ocean City police with first degree assault, second degree assault and reckless endangerment. He was seen by a Maryland District Court Commissioner and transferred to the Worcester County Jail on $50,000 bond

Blue crab blues – when crabs fight, might makes right

Crustaceans are invertebrates and have skeletons that are on the outside. In order to gr…ow they have to molt or shed their exoskeleton. Before it can molt, the crab must create a new, soft, paper thin shell beneath the existing hard one. When the new shell is fully formed under the old shell, the crab stops eating and finds a safe place to begin molting.

Bleeding horse at Assateague grazing way to good health after striking vehicle

They said that a group of horses ran out of the shrubs and crossed the road. They immediately applied their brakes, but N2BHS-AG (Joy) was struck in his chest with the cooler rack that was attached to the front of the vehicle.

Darwin Nominee: killer intentionally left his DNA at murder scene to confuse cops

The DNA profile of the unidentified male found in Holness’ car and on items at the crime scene was entered into the national DNA data base, where it was regularly compared with DNA profiles recovered since its entry. On October 22, 2013, a sample of Campbell’s DNA was routinely obtained by police in Lemoore, California. In January 2014, the California Department of Justice notified the Maryland State Police that Campbell’s DNA profile matched the DNA profile for the unidentified male in the Holness case. Campbell was arrested by the Maryland State Police and FBI in Lemoore, California on February 7, 2014.

Sniffing for explosives at Blossom Point

Pfc. Colby Shaw, Charles County Sheriff’s Office dog handler, leads Jake through training exercises. Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division (NSWC IHEODTD) and Charles County Maryland Sheriff’s Department concluded their final canine homemade explosive detection training event, July 23, at U.S. Army Blossom Point Research Facility in Welcome, Md. U.S. Navy photo by Matthew Poynor /

Two charged with assault and theft as they pepper-sprayed store employees in CD heist

When the two suspects attempted to leave the store without paying for the stolen merchandise, the store employees approached the suspects.

The white female pushed past the employees and the black female suspect pepper sprayed the two store managers as the two suspects fled from the store and got into a silver Dodge vehicle.

Woman who worked for Feds as financial management expert recruited for tax fraud scheme; sent to slammer where she can help inmates file phony tax returns

Tonia Patrice Lawson, age 43, of Middle River, Maryland, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 10 months in prison and ordered to pay restitution of $546,785. Jasmine L. Thomas, age 26, of Baltimore; and Kiara A. Skipwith, age 24, of Parkville, Maryland, also pleaded guilty to their roles in the scheme. Thomas and Skipwith were each sentenced to three years’ probation and ordered to pay restitution of $90,579 and $199,722, respectively.

St. Mary’s Sheriff reports man dead of gunshot

California, Maryland – St. Mary’s County, Md. Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that on July 28, 2014 at 6:45 PM, deputies responded to the end of MacArthur Boulevard after citizens in the neighborhood reported hearing a gunshot. On arrival, deputies found a male subject suffering from a gun shot wound

Berlin: DUI crashes, fatal wrecks and arrests highlights Maryland State Police activity

SNOW HILL, MD. Maryland State Police report that on June 29, 2014, at approximately 0247 hrs, troopers responded to the area of 3323 Snow Hill Road for a reported single vehicle collision. Upon the arrival of troopers it was determined Michael Cieslak of Washington DC was traveling on Snow Hill Road in a 2006 Mercedes when he failed to maintain control of the vehicle. The Mercedes left the roadway and struck a utility pole. Cieslak was treated on scene, but troopers noted evidence of impairment. Cieslak failed field sobriety testing and was placed under arrest. He was transported back to the Berlin Barrack, and he agreed to take an evidentiary breath test yielding a result of 0.17 grams of alcohol per 210 ml of breath. Any breath sample of 0.08 or above is deemed to be impaired in the State of Maryland.