Daily Archives: November 5, 2014

October DUI arrests by Maryland State Police; 477 will now need lawyers in court when they could have called a taxi

October DUI arrests by Maryland State Police; 477 will now need lawyers in court when they could have called a taxi

Maryland State Police charged Nicholas Thompson-Riviere with DUI after he crashed into tree along Rt. 90 near Ocean City

DUI-Related Collision:  The Maryland State Police in Berlin report that on November 1, 2014 at approximately 0202 hrs, troopers responded to MD Route 90 and Ocean Parkway for a reported single…

Ill winds stranded boaters in dark on Bay island; Maryland State Police choppers to the rescue!

The stranded persons were traveling on a 22 foot boat that became disabled due to a fuel system issue. Strong winds blew the vessel onto the beach of a small island. The victims were able to call for assistance using a cellular telephone. Due to the strong winds and shallow water, rescue boats were unable to reach the stranded persons.

Skimming dirtbags hover over ATM’s with secret camera to record passwords; cops need help to identify them

Evidence indicates the suspect is inserting into ATM machines a discreet device that records the magnetic strip information on the card. An overhead camera, also installed by the suspect at the ATM, is believed to be recording each customer’s password. Once the information is stolen, it can be used to make unauthorized transactions. Police believe the amount of money stolen at this time is more than $100,000. The suspect is believed to be operating in multiple counties in Maryland and possibly in one or more surrounding states. Skimming and data security are said to be industry-wide challenges and other banks in the region have reportedly been impacted by similar events in recent months

Southern Md. Police Beat: Chau Pham charged with burglary at Queen Anne’s Apartments

LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – Maryland State Police report that on Monday, November 3, 2014 at 12:38 am, TFC S. Ditoto responded to the 21000 block of Eric Road for a reported burglary. Investigation revealed that Chau V. Pham, 42, of Lexington Park, had forced open a door and entered the residence. Mr. Pham was arrested and charged with Burglary – Fourth Degree, Malicious Destruction of Property Less than $1,000.00, and Trespass on Private Property. He was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and held pending a bond review with the District Court Commissioner.