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Daily Archives: October 11, 2014

Navy turns top officers of USS Williams into desk jockeys on shore; suicide revealed drunken commander and bad actors

NORFOLK, Va. – Capt. Fred Pyle, Commander, Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 2 awarded separate non-judicial punishments (NJP) to three former leaders of USS James E. Williams (DDG 95) Oct. 9.

At the NJP proceedings, Cmdr. Curtis Calloway, former commanding officer; Cmdr. Ed Handley, former executive officer and prospective commanding officer, and Command Master Chief Travis Biswell were found in violation of various articles of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). Specifically:

Book World: DEAD ON Chapter Seventeen

  Robert W. Walker’s DEAD ON Chapter SEVENTEEN   Now is the time for all good men to come to the aide of their country, Marcus Rydell thought where he…

Dover Police Beat: cops snag heroin tag team

DOVER, DEL. (Oct. 11, 2014) — Dover Police report that on Wednesday October 2, 2014 at 1340 hours members of the Dover Police Drug, Vice, and Organized Crime/ and Safe Streets Unit Observed Defendant Eljere Ingram and Defendant Jesse Fitzgerald operating a gold GMC Yukon SUV in the parking lot of Dover Mart. On the previous day Officers observed Defendant Fitzgerald conduct a drug transaction from the same GMC Yukon while in the parking lot of Country Village Apartments.

Dover Police Beat: undocumented shoppers given ride to slammer

The Dover Police Department reports that officers responded to a total of 18 shoplifting complaints between Noon on Thursday, October 2nd and Noon on Thursday, October 9th. Of the 18 shoplifting complaints, 8 resulted in arrests of the suspects involved or warrants obtained for their arrest

Southern Md. Police Beat: Norman Goedecke Indicted for Possession of Firearms by Felon

On October 2, 2014 investigators from Criminal Enforcement Division and the St. Mary’s County States Attorney’s Office presented this investigation to the St. Mary’s County Grand Jury. A five Count Indictment was handed down from the Grand Jury, charging Goedecke with being in possession of a regulated firearm.

On October 6, 2014, members from the Maryland State Police Warrant Apprehension Team (MSAT) located and arrested Norman Goedecke at his residence in Mechanicville, St. Mary’s County, MD without incident. Goedecke was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center pending a bond hearing.

Prince Georges Police honors Top Cops of the Month

On August 9, 2014, Police Officer Andrew Williams responded to Chesterfield Drive in Temple Hills for the report of a man chasing a woman with a knife. The woman had called police and advised that her bother had a kitchen knife and was threatening to kill her and burn down the house. Officer Williams quickly arrived on the scene and saw a man yelling profanities and displaying erratic behavior. He began calmly speaking with the man to defuse the situation. Officer Williams was able to single-handedly take the man into custody without incident.

Elderly woman trapped in fire died at hospital

Frock was discovered by firefighters on the main floor of the home in the kitchen. She was treated and transported by ambulance to Carroll Hospital Center where she succumbed to her injuries from the fire.