Daily Archives: October 24, 2014

PGPD Investigates Deputy-Involved Fatal Shooting of Michael Ricardo Minor

After arriving on the scene and speaking with a woman inside, deputies learned Minor had left the home prior to their arrival. The woman told the deputies she called 911 after Minor assaulted her and she believed he retrieved a handgun before he left. While they were still on the scene, Minor returned home and confronted the deputies. During the confrontation, one of the deputies discharged his duty weapon, striking Minor. Minor was taken to a hospital where he died several hours later.

Delaware Police Beat: Cougar Heroin Mama’s Heroin Business; Kyiar Haith temporarily out of stock

Unit members then responded back to the residence on Deborah Drive where Jacqueline Hughes, 40 of Dover, was contacted and a consent to search of the room her and her boyfriend, Kyiar Haith, rented. During the search, troopers located 9 bags of heroin totaling .135 grams, and other drug paraphernalia including an empty bag stamped “Out of Stock.”

Metro Police Beat: PG Police need help identifying this dirtbag wanted in rape case

Please take a moment and watch this surveillance video. It shows the suspect we’re looking for in connection with a sexual assault on Annapolis Road this week. The video was recorded shortly before the assault occurred. A reward of up to $25,000 is being offered in this case.

On October 20, 2014, at about 8:45 pm, the suspect assaulted a female victim in the 5800 block of Annapolis Road. The suspect is described as a black male, about 35 – 45 years old and approximately 5’9″- 6′ tall. He had a beard and wore a dark jacket

State Police record-keeping of helicopters reviewed by Legislative Auditors; incomplete and lacking in documentation

Background and Scope of Review The Department of State Police Aviation Command’s (hereinafter referred to as the Aviation Command) primary mission is to provide emergency medical transportation (medevac) with helicopters…

Unique plane parachute saved Scott Graeves & Gilbert Porter in mid-air crash in Frederick; 3 in chopper dead

(FREDERICK, MD) – Maryland State Police report that three people are dead following the mid-air crash of a small plane and a helicopter that occurred this afternoon in Frederick.

WJLA reporter Jay Korff reports that NTSB officials said that the unique parachute system saved the lives of the two men in the airplane.

The three deceased victims are identified as Christopher D. Parsons, 29, of Westminster, MD, William Jenkins, 47, of Morrison, Colorado, and Breandan J. MacFawn, 35, of Cumberland, MD. Investigators have determined all three men were on-board the helicopter. Who was piloting the helicopter has not been verified at this time.

The two persons in the airplane are identified as Scott V. Graeves, 55, of Brookeville, MD, and Gilbert L. Porter, 75, of Sandy Spring, MD. Both had been taken by ambulance to Meritus Medical Center in Hagerstown, MD, but were released from the hospital this evening. Graeves was the pilot of the airplane and Porter was his passenger.