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Daily Archives: January 15, 2015

Talbot States Attorney Scott Patterson Lets Lynch Brothers Skate Without Paying a Penny in Fines While Taxpayers Invest Millions in Oyster Bar Replenishment

Court Results for Herlon Vernon Lynch for poaching violations

EASTON, MD. — In Talbot County District Court on Jan. 15, 2015, Herlon Vernon Lynch, 63, of Centreville, Md., entered a not guilty plea to charges that he was in possession of unculled and undersize oysters that amounted to ten percent of his catch. NRP Officer Brandon Garvey had cited Lynch on Nov. 11, 2014. He was found guilty by the Judge and fined $100. Court records show the fine was “deferred”.

DUI killer gets easy deal from Queen Anne’s County States Attorney Richardson; only 3 years in local jail for snuffing out two lives

Omara gets light sentence for killing two in fiery DUI crash

CENTREVILLE, MD. — Kaitlin Ashley Omara was sentenced on Jan. 13, 2015 to three years in jail for killing a motorcyclist and his passenger while she drove under the influence in a blazing crash in 2013.

Queen Anne County States Attorney Lance Richardson reported that on September 17, 2014 Kaitlin Ashley Omara of 439 Barnes Ave., Westminster, Maryland entered a plea of guilty to two counts of Negligent Homicide while under the influence of alcohol.

Col. Brown resigns as Maryland State Police Superintendent

Brown resigns as Maryland State Police Superintendent

(PIKESVILLE, MD) – One of the high-profile positions in the incoming Hogan Administration is that of the Superintendent of the Maryland State Police.

The Governor nearly always picks his selection for a cabinet-level appointment to put his stamp on the state-wide police agencies, Natural Resources and the State Police.

Delaware Police Beat: teacher charged with long-term affair with student; trysts took place at school

Caesar Rodney High School teacher held on half million bail on charges he had sex with student

Camden, DE – A high school teacher is behind bars with a half million dollar bail keeping him there after police charged him with 15 counts of child sex abuse. Nearly a dozen times the teacher had sex with the student in the high school, according to police.