Daily Archives: February 15, 2015

Murder USA: Kentucky Killer Killed When He Shot Baltimore Cop; Executed Family Before Fleeing

As officers approached the Honda Pilot, gunfire came from the vehicle, striking an officer. Officers then returned fire on the vehicle. The driver, an adult white male who was the only occupant of the vehicle, was declared deceased at the scene. The driver was found to have been armed with a handgun and other weapons.

Murder USA: Portia Williams put an end to broken heart for Valentines; held massacre, say cops

The preliminary investigation reveals Williams went to the victim’s home this morning. The victim and suspect got into an argument which escalated into the stabbing. The victim and suspect had been in a romantic relationship. Williams was still in the home when officers arrived. She is charged with second degree murder and first degree assault.

Fishtackular: Eating sharks and staying warm

The catch for the day tallied nearly a hundred fish. Likely, in a month or two you can easily put more poundage of catfish in your cooler during the pre-spawn Mid-Atlantic catfish bite but it is hard to beat the variety of fish in Florida and warm weather in winter.

Chinese Pirate Poachers snare thousands of pounds of trophy red drum and speckled trout; cops snare them


HAMPTON, VA. — Two Chinese men who police believe were out to snatch every large fish they could, regardless of legal limits, rules or species – in order to sell whole large fish to various Chinese restaurants for the Chinese New Year on Feb. 19th, now face serious felony charges.

Our Shore by Fred McCoy

Chapter 8 of The Chesapeake Tales & Scales – Our Shore by Fred McCoy – Join us as we visit the pages of The Chesapeake for action, fun and adventure in The Chesapeake region. Murder, Mayhem and Mystery along with blues, rockfish and Serendipity Seranades to convince fish to jump onto the hook.
From Jack Rue, Fred McCoy and Pepper Langley come great stories about the Twentieth Century in Southern Maryland, from the Potomac to the Patuxent. Learn about the early days of the Patuxent River Naval Air Station and the boomtown of Lexington Park, called the Walled City. From Lou Clements to Steven Gore Uhler, our collection of short stories is sure to keep you entertained. Cap’n Larry Jarboe’s expertise in fish stories knows no equal!