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Daily Archives: November 24, 2014

So. Maryland Police Beat: Super Weed in Room 120 of Super 8; Ernie Williams packing pills and DUI arrests

PRINCE FREDERICK — When staying in a cheap motel, pot-heads might want to consider that the inexpensive construction of the building will allow the aroma of their high-dollar weed to weep out into the hallway. But then, they are likely devoid of all good judgment anyway. Maryland State Police report that on 11/18/14 at 5:37 pm, Trooper First Class Casarella responded to the Super 8 Motel in Prince Frederick for a possible CDS activity complaint. The odor of burnt marijuana was emitting in the hallway on the first floor. It was strongest outside Room 120. The occupants, Bentley M. Hutchison, 22 of Front Royal, VA, and Robert F. March, 40 of Manassas, VA, were issued Civil Citations for Possession of Marijuana Less than 10 grams.

Off-duty Coast Guard crews volunteer to help in Hampton, Va.

People who volunteer improve the lives of others in obvious ways. Recipients of community service efforts gain something tangible: a hot meal, a home improvement, funding or staffing where resources are lacking or nonexistent. Homeless veterans, single-parent families, environmental organizations and non-profit groups succeed when volunteers work for their benefit.

Coast Guard women and men, whether active duty or civilian employees, make a living serving the public – it’s their job. A life dedicated to service, many members of the Coast Guard family often extend their efforts beyond the workday, giving selflessly to help others.

Coast Guard volunteers in Virginia’s Hampton Roads area seize opportunities to give of themselves, resulting not only in gains for folks on the receiving end, but in forming stronger relationships among Coast Guard and community members.

That Delaware Heroin Has a Deadly Reaction for Preston Man; Brother Charged with Manslaughter in Trade of Oxy for Smack

PRESTON, MD. – Caroline County Sheriff’s Deputies made an arrest of a man responsible for a heroin overdose death, that of the suspect’s brother.

On September 3, 2014 Deputies from the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office, Patrol Division, responded to a residence in the 7000 block of Ganeys Wharf Road, Preston, Maryland, for a cardiac arrest, which resulted in the death of Eric Pattison Matzeit (31 years old).

Anne Arundel Police Beat: Knife play by Vagrants at the Flophouse & a Darwin Nominee for Pedestrian Ping-Pong

The initial investigation indicates that the victim and a friend were walking west on Obrecht Rd from Jumpers Hole Rd. They were walking along the edge of the westbound lane of Obrecht Rd when the victim was struck from behind by an unknown vehicle. The vehicle continued traveling west and did not stop and remain at the scene after the collision.

The victim was transported to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma by Anne Arundel County Paramedics due to life threatening injuries. At this time, his condition has improved and he is listed in critical, but stable condition.

Anne Arundel Police Beat: Tips from Photos of Stabbing Suspect Led to Capture of Popeye’s Slasher

During that incident, the victim ordered from the drive-thru and proceeded through the parking lot when his vehicle nearly collided with the suspect’s vehicle. Unbeknownst to the victim, the suspect then followed him to his residence and confronted him in his driveway. The male suspect then displayed a small knife and stabbed the victim twice in the upper arm and once in the lower portion of his body.

Metro News Beat: PG Police seek hit and run killer of bicylist in Lanham

On November 23, 2014, at about 1:55 am, patrol officers were called to Martin Luther King Jr. Highway near Forbes Boulevard. When they arrived, they found the victim in the roadway suffering from critical injuries. He died a short time later at a hospital.