Monthly Archives: March 2015

Southern Md. Police Beat: News flash for all Pot Heads! Smoke dope while driving and you will get busted!

HUNTINGTOWN, MD. — Driving while smoking dope is, well, dopey. This alleged doper had a car full of pot smoke when a trooper stopped him for dopey driving. Police say that on 3/26/15 @ 5:50 pm, Trooper First Class Newcomer stopped a vehicle on Cox Rd. near Joy Lee Dr. in Huntingtown for traffic violations. A strong odor of marijuana was emitting from inside the vehicle. The driver, Kevin D. Sauer, 20 of Crofton, was arrested for possession over 10 grams of marijuana.

Wicomico Police Beat: Alleged butt-head brothers busted with butts and boat-load of credit cards

All three subjects were arrested for bringing the cigarettes into the State of Maryland, presumably on their way to New York with them. All three were transported to the Central Booking Unit where they were processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner for their initial appearance.
The deputy also located 135 fraudulent credit cards in the vehicle. The investigation into the credit cards is ongoing.

Murder USA: Richard Jacobs Found Shot to Death in his Car

The male victim, later identified as Richard L. Jacobs, Jr., 44, of Dover, DE, was transported from the scene by the Office of Forensic Science where an autopsy was performed. The manner of death has been ruled a homicide with the cause of death being multiple gunshot wounds to the body.

Murder USA: I-95 is expressway for fleeing killers; Md. Trans. cops nab South Carolina murder suspect Jerimiah Pough

Police have been searching for Pough since March 15th, when he was allegedly involved in the shooting death of 17-year old Eric Washington.

The wanted suspect was arrested last night during a traffic stop in Baltimore, Maryland.

Columbia Police Department investigators are working with Maryland Authorities regarding Poughs extradition.

Opinion: A majority of Americans thought he was a deserter from the beginning

. Politics must be why it took so long and even after the investigation was complete, it took months before the results were published. After all of this time, an article 32 will be held. That is the military equivalent of a civilian grand jury to determine if the charges are valid and punishable according to the Military Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). This also will probably take too long.

Murder USA: killers caught after murdering Cpl. Ted Wolf twenty-five years ago

Lt. Bolger said. “Cpl. Wolf was supposed to be off the night he was killed. He said he had to come in for duty because that was the first night the new trooper he had just trained would be patrolling on his own. You don’t often see that type of connection, dedication, and devotion.”

Southern Md. Police Beat: They don’t need a FULL MOON in St. Mary’s; women bite, kick, hit victim in Courthouse!

the victim as she exited the courtroom with suspect Angela Tippett-Wedding’s ex-husband. Tippett-Wedding struck the victim in the face with her forearm and pushed her backwards to the floor. The victim was able to stand up after others intervened. At that time, Josephine Tippett struck the victim in the forehead while Tippett-Wedding bit the victim’s leg

Officer Brennan Rabain had enough alcohol in his system to have been arrested for DUI when he crashed

In 2012, our department launched an officer driving safety campaign called “Arrive Alive” after two of our officers died on county roadways within a two-month period. Every week, the department publishes an internal driver safety message that’s sent to all PGPD personnel and is also posted in roll call rooms. The message also goes out over our radio system six times a day.