Daily Archives: August 22, 2014

Metro Police Beat: Howard County police identify officers involved in shooting

Howard County police are releasing the identities of two officers who discharged their weapons when they were confronted by a man with a knife while responding to a suicide-in-progress call. The man was later pronounced dead. Autopsy results are pending.

On Aug. 20, shortly after 1:30 p.m., Police Officer First Class Daniel Young, 33, and Police Officer Lara Bradshaw, 25, responded to the 7600 block of Coachlight Lane, Ellicott City, for a suicide-in-progress call. The officers arrived at the scene, made contact with a family member and entered the residence.

Metro Police Beat: PGPD Suspends Rookie Patrol Officer Charged with Assault

Probationary Officer Shakeya Walker has been suspended from the Prince George’s County Police Department after she was charged Friday with second degree assault. The August 18 assault stemmed from a domestic situation while Walker was off duty. The victim declined medical attention.

Eastern Shore Police Beat: Queen Anne’s County Sheriff Hoffman reports on burglaries, scams

Victim reported that a broken window was noticed at the wood shop behind the residence. A check of the building revealed numerous power tools missing including a power washer, a Delta surface Planer, a Milwaukee hammer drill, a Ryobi Router, Ryobi portable table saw, a Bostich air compressor and several nail guns. The estimated loss was over $4000.

GOP Senate Candidate Steve Waugh busted for motor vehicle suspension; was driving his Cadillac

On July 14, 2014 at 12:16 am, on Rt. 2 at Kent Road, Calvert Deputy Sheriff J. Curtain ticketed Steve Waugh with a fine which will cost the candidate $150 while he drove a 2009 Cadillac.

Court records do not reflect that the fine has been paid yet and

Book World: DEAD ON Chapter Six

“I haven’t agreed to anything,” Rydell assured Katrina Holley-Mallory. Still he’d be intrigued by her and the letters purporting to be from Iden Cantu.

After taking a deep breath and ordering another Guiness, Marcus began examining the letters. He muttered as he looked them over, “Could just be some sick sonofabitch getting his jollies off pretending to be Cantu, you know.”

She didn’t answer this, as if she needn’t bother.

It took some time for him to digest the enormity of this offering. No one wanted Cantu’s dead more than he. Handwriting sample she now slapped down—likely gotten from the case file on her husband—proved a close, close match to the script found in the letters. In fact, knowing as much as he did of handwriting analysis, Marcus determined this was no hoax. The only one taunting Mrs. Mallory was her husband’s killer.

Cantu had indeed come out of hiding. Like an animal testing the waters, he was here in Atlanta, prowling…on the hunt for her?