Daily Archives: July 31, 2014

Big Bucks Billfish! Join the White Marlin Open

There is still time to register this weekend for the world’s largest billfish tournament which will be held from August 4 till August 8 in Ocean City. Boats from Key Largo all the way north to New Jersey will depart from the Harbour Island Marina for a work week of fishing that will culminate with an awards ceremony at the Clarion Hotel on August 9.

Do not expect such major money from just registering with the minimum thousand dollar entry fee. Captains and crews who put additional wagers in multiple calcuttas earn the really big bucks if they can put the biggest White Marlin, Blue Marlin, tuna, dolphin, Wahoo or shark on the dock.

Bryant Christopher Lewis ends two weeks on the run after fatal wreck; turned self in to police

The preliminary investigation reveals the driver of a Ford Mustang was headed eastbound on McKendree Road. For reasons which remain unclear, the driver lost control, left the roadway, and struck a utility pole. The deceased front passenger was ejected from the vehicle. A rear passenger was also seriously injured and transported to a local hospital. The driver was seen running from the car after the crash. Investigators are now searching for an African American man, approximately 20 years old, 5’9” and 180 pounds.

Murder at Dundalk: Witnesses saw him bag her and slab her!

Clyde C. Campbell, 53, of the 1700 block of Manor Road, 21222, was charged Wednesday evening and is held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center. (Campbell had been arrested Monday morning in Dundalk on weapons charges unrelated to the Grubb case and has been held at BCDC since then.)

Grubb was reported missing to BCoPD by her daughter Saturday evening; she was last seen Thursday evening. The daughter said she was concerned because of a history of domestic violence between her mother and Campbell

Been out to dinner or for brews at Ocean City? Cops say check your bank records for scam charges

One of the victims of the security breach includes an out-of-state company that has contracts with numerous Ocean City businesses, primarily restaurants and bars.

Businesses that were affected were compromised from June 2 until July 9, 2014; however, those systems are now secure. The United States Secret Service is currently investigating this case.

Citizens are strongly encouraged to check your bank statement to ensure that you are not a victim of this cyber-crime scam. Any citizen that believes their information may have been compromised should contact their bank or credit card issuer immediately.

Boozing burglar scared the beejeevers out of woman as he tried to break into her home

Lucky for him, she didn’t shoot first and then call 9-1-1.

Annapolis, Md. — Anne Arundel County Police report that on July 30, 2014, at approximately 2:20 a.m., officers from Eastern District responded to the 1200 block of Hilltop Drive in Annapolis for the report of a burglary in progress.

Upon arrival, responding officers located an adult male passed out at the front door to the residence.

Metro Attack: Police charge suspect with bias-motivated assault with deadly weapon following stabbing aboard Green Line train

WASHINGTON, D.C. 07/31/2014— Metro Transit Police have arrested and charged Reginald Anthony KLAIBER, 24, of Greenbelt, Md., with assault with a deadly weapon (knife) following an assault on a juvenile transgender female yesterday afternoon aboard a Green Line train. The charges include the possibility of enhanced penalties for hate/bias motivation.

The Chesapeake: Some choose not to reach the beach and just go fishin’

By Ken Rossignol


CAMBRIDGE, MD. — In spite of all the great destinations along the Delmarva shore, some folks decide that poking around Pocomoke City, taking an island cruise from either Point Lookout or Crisfield to Tangier and Smith Islands or fishing from a pier jutting out over the Choptank is for them.

One such fellow is Tony Averella, of Baltimore. Tony had been working his assortment of crab traps from his post along the two-mile long fishing pier at the Choptank River on July 21st until deciding to pack up about noon following a close encounter with a turtle.