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Daily Archives: January 28, 2015

Ocean City Police Beat: Sean Dempsey returns to jail on new round of drug charges with new raps of fraud and identity theft

OCEAN CITY, MD. – On January 26, 2015, Ocean City detectives served an arrest warrant on Sean F. Dempsey, 24, of Ocean City, MD, concluding several months of investigation. Dempsey was indicted by a Worcester County Grand Jury on multiple charges stemming from eight separate incidents that took place between May and November of 2014.

Dempsey has been charged with thirty-one separate charges including one charge of second degree burglary and multiple theft, fraud and heroin possession charges.

Dirtbag Round-Up: DC cops looking for these dirtbags who robbed drug store at gunpoint

Rat on these guys and win enough money to go on a cruise!
The Metropolitan Police Department seeks the public’s assistance in identifying three persons of interest in reference to an Armed Robbery of Establishment (Gun) which occurred in the 3800 block of Alabama Avenue, SE, on Saturday, January 3, 2015 at approximately 12:44 PM (NOTE: the time stamp on the video is inaccurate). The subjects were captured by the establishment’s surveillance cameras.

Annapolis mansion fire that killed six laid to two-month old Christmas tree; 911 calls released

The investigation team has determined the area where the fire started was in the “Great Room” of the home. This is a large room that has ceilings approximately 19 feet tall. Sleeping and living areas of the home are connected to the great room. Within the great room were the normal expected furnishings in addition to a large Christmas tree approximately 15 feet tall.

The investigation team has concluded that an electrical failure ignited combustible material in the area which quickly spread to the Christmas tree and furnishings.

It has been reported that the Christmas tree had been cut down more than sixty days prior to the fire. After a tree is cut, it begins to dry. How quickly it dries depends on the type of tree, how it was cut and how often it is watered while on display.

Boozing Bishop Killed and Ran; Episcopalians Give Her the Boot…will she get a ‘golden chalice’?

Bishop who killed bicyclist and fled the scene was DUI in 2010; pot charges were dropped

BALTIMORE, MD. — An Episcopal Bishop with a DUI conviction on her record and pot packing in her history with police apparently nailed and killed a Baltimore man who was riding his bike on Sunday. No charges have been placed yet against Heather Elizabeth Cook, 58, the first woman Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, who, perhaps had too much communion wine at Sunday services.

The Baltimore Sun reports that when the Bishop saw what she had done, she fled the scene