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Daily Archives: October 26, 2014

Northern Va. Police Beat: hobo burglars; hooker beaten and robbed; bozo tried to bite cop; DUI driver clipped cop at fatal crash scene and more!

Prince William Police report that on October 21st at 9:51PM, a Prince William County police officer was directing traffic in the area of Horner

Rd and Occoquan Rd in Woodbridge (22191) related to the fatal crash on Jefferson Davis Hwy. As the officer was controlling the intersection, a driver of a vehicle, identified as the accused, proceeded through the intersection and clipped the officer. The accused remained at the scene and was determined to be under the influence of alcohol. Following the investigation, the accused was subsequently arrested. The officer was transported to an area hospital where he was treated and released.

Who would shoot an eagle? Natural Resources Police need your help finding this dirtbag

The bald eagle was under protection of the Endangered Species Act until 2007. It was taken off Maryland’s endangered species list three years later. But it remains illegal to shoot eagles without a permit from the U.S. Department of the Interior. A conviction carries a maximum fine of $5,000 and up to one year in prison.

Teen’s anger towards mother fueled her arson of their apartment; now she is in reform school — did anyone take away her cigarette lighter?

The fire was determined to be Arson and Investigators were able to develop that a female juvenile occupant of the involved apartment was responsible. During the investigation the female juvenile confessed to using an ordinary cigarette lighter and paper to set the fire. It was also determined that the juvenile and her mother had been engaged in a domestic argument prior to the fire

Anne Arundel Police Beat: Cops catch Fish for poaching bank; used bank action photo as bait

GLEN BURNIE, MD. — Anne Arundel County Police report that after issuing a photo taken of a bank robber who implied he had a weapon when holding up a bank that they have now arrested and charged Eric Frederick Fish, 49, of Baltimore for the crime.

Detectives from the Northern District Detective Unit immediately began receiving tips from citizens in reference to this robbery.

As the detectives followed up on tips, they were eventually able to develop a suspect. As a result of the investigation, detectives were able to obtain a search warrant for the suspect’s house located at 2243 Cedley Street Baltimore, MD.