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Daily Archives: March 11, 2015

Eastern Shore Police Beat: Terry Garnett’s decision to drive over deputy ended with a bullet

At some point during the incident, the vehicle then turned around and accelerated towards the sheriff’s deputy. Fearing for his life, the deputy pulled his department-issued .40 caliber Glock pistol and shot multiple times at the vehicle. The Mercury continued into the backyard of a residence on Augustine Herman Highway where it struck a tree.

Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford Launches Heroin And Opioid Emergency Task Force Website

“The purpose of the website is to provide the public with information on who makes up our task force, the work they are doing, and how Marylanders can get involved with their efforts and participate in our regional summits,” said Paul Beatty, spokesman for the Lt. Governor. “We will hold a summit in each region of the state. Getting the public’s input on this crisis and hearing from people who have been affected by the disease of addiction is vital to the success of our task force.”

Southern Md. Police Beat: Fight over smart-aleck remark by employee at No-Tell Motel led to stabbing

When troopers arrived, the reported fight was over, but the victim was found to have sustained lacerations on an arm and the side of his body. The victim told troopers that employees at the establishment were making inappropriate comments to his fiancé´.

Murder USA: Baltimore County Police say shooting murder of Tiesha Katrice Rogers was a targeted hit

DUNDALK, MD. — (Commentary) — Another Maryland memory has been painted with bullets in spite of tough gun laws enacted by legislators in Annapolis hell-bent to take away gun rights from law-abiding citizens while criminals break the law to be armed and perpetrate crimes. ‘Empty-headed liberals’ doesn’t began to describe the insanity. Anti-gun nuts should simply post a sign in front of their homes that there are no firearms in the home due to their political beliefs.