Travis William Stone, of the 600 block of Mariners Way, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Daily Archives: April 3, 2016
Montgomery Police Beat / Spa Owners Slave Away to bring Happy Endings to Customers While Keeping Tight Rein on Sex Workers
GERMANTOWN, MD. – It’s all about a happy ending. For many business operations, the goal of complete customer satisfaction is the proper outcome for services paid for in advance and an eye for repeat business.
The preliminary investigative results revealed that speed and alcohol may have been contributing factors in this collision on the part of Edward D. Hudson.
Fairfax Police Beat / Jeffrey Ponce Aguilar killed when he walked into path of police cruiser at night
As he approached the intersection, a 26-year-old man stepped into the roadway, against the green light. Unable to avoid a collision, the police cruiser struck the pedestrian.
Maryland State Police Beat / Will this bozo get the Lincoln Lawyer? Jonathan McFarland racked up 42 traffic charges in hell-ride that ended on Bay Bridge when he hit tractor-trailer
Will this bozo get the Lincoln Lawyer? Jonathan McFarland racked up 42 traffic charges in hell-ride that ended on Bay Bridge when he hit tractor-trailer (ANNAPOLIS, MD) — Maryland State…
Maryland State Police Beat / Police say booze factor in fatal Beltway plunge to Kensington Parkway below
The vehicle landed on Kensington Parkway, where the driver was ejected, causing fatal injuries.
DWI Hit Parade: Virginia State Police charged Andrew Wayne Lovell with felony DUI manslaughter for killing Crystal Floyd
Police say that Lovell was charged with DUI and felony involuntary manslaughter. Alcohol played a factor in the traffic crash and safety belts were not in use at the time of the crash.
DWI Hit Parade: Plea deal sends Toby Dixon to local jail for 18 months in Bay Bridge DUI crash that killed Randy Thrower
One of them, Randy Drake Thrower, 21, of Queenstown, was pronounced dead at the scene, Green said. A woman with serious injuries was flown by state police helicopter to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center.