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Daily Archives: May 28, 2015

USS Arizona Memorial struck by tugs moving Mercy

The crash occurred when the hospital ship USNS Mercy and a civilian tugboat contracted by the Navy were maneuvering in the harbor. Either the tugboat or the Mercy hit the dock, Wines said. The Navy and the Park Service said in a statement the incident was being investigated.

Southern Md. Police Beat: machetes, knifes, choking and burglars keep deputies on the move

Thompson, who formerly lived on King Drive in Oakville, was charged on Sept. 12, 2014 with disturbing school operations by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Deputy Andrew Holton, the school resource officer at Chopticon High School. In District Court for St. Mary’s County Thompson was represented by two welfare attorneys, Ryan Posey and Gerald J. Riviello in arranging a plea deal on Dec. 11, 2014. Thompson pleaded guilty and received probation before judgment with States Attorney Richard Fritz allowing the sentence of ten days in jail to be completely suspended and no fine imposed, meaning that Thompson paid no penalty for disturbing operations of the high school.