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Daily Archives: December 15, 2014

Baltimore City Police charged Donte Jones with attempted murder of Officer Andrew Groman

Three shots were fired, striking Groman once in the abdomen, Miller reported. Police officials said they do not believe officers fired their service weapons during the shooting, Miller reported.

Groman’s partner then rushed him to Sinai Hospital, where he had surgery Sunday night. Groman’s family was brought in from out of state to be by his side.

“The surgery team was down immediately, and within a few minutes he was taken up to the operating room,” said Sinai Hospital’s Dr. Lisa Kirkland on Sunday night. “At this point, all I can tell you is he’s doing well.”

Final CSX Oyster Express Train Delivered to Chesapeake Bay

Maryland Department of Natural Resources, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and CSX collaborate in unique partnership to restore oyster sanctuary December 15, 2014, WASHINGTON, D.C. – A unique, year-long partnership…

Eastern Shore Police Beat: woman found dead next to car in Stockton; man with knife goes stab-less to jail

(December 11, 2014) – Ocean City Police report that they made room at the inn for another prisoner on December 10, 2014, at approximately 4:13 a.m. Ocean City officers responded to the area of 1st Street and Philadelphia Avenue for a report of trespassing. The suspect, later identified as Bryan K. Taylor, 48, of Ocean City, was given a trespass warning for the residence earlier in the morning in the presence of an officer and had returned to the property.

Fire Destroys Home in St. Clements Shores; Resident Suffered Smoke Inhalation

COMPTON, MD. — Fire destroyed a home in the small community of St. Clements Shores on Sunday, Dec. 14th injuring the owner of the home.

According to Deputy Fire Marshal Brenneman, the owner, Ruth Stewart, 91, accidentally left unattended grease on the stove causing a fire.