Suspect pointed gun at Baltimore City Police Officer; was shot dead by Officer Baltimore City Police spokesman Chief T. J. Smith says that officers attempted to stop a vehicle for…
Monthly Archives: January 2018
Two Maryland troopers shot; Charles MacKenzie killed when he alighted from barricade in a blaze of gunfire
Mackenzie brandished a handgun and pointed toward police, ignoring continued commands to drop the weapon. Police fired and wounded Mackenzie, disarming him of his weapon.
The body was discovered on Jan. 26, 2018 by police officers who were at Woodlawn Park conducting a search for Moussa.
Southern Md. Police Beat / The Blizzard Bandits Strike Motel; Sheriff Tracks Footprints of Snowflake Armed Robbers
The Blizzard Bandits Strike Motel; Sheriff Tracks Footprints of Armed Robbers
SALISBURY POLICE BEAT / Armed Robbers hit Armored Truck Driver; FBI Reward up to $10,000 – Tip and Claim win cash for vacation!
Salisbury police officers and detectives responded to the SECU for a reported armed robbery. The investigation revealed that a male armored truck driver was robbed while filling an ATM machine with cash. The suspects fled the scene on foot towards Rt. 50.
Howard County Police Beat / Child Sex Offender Scott Naugle arrested for long-term violation of sex offender registry
In addition, police are asking anyone who may have been victimized, or is aware of victimization at any time by Naugle, to come forward. To date, police have not received any allegations of sexual misconduct involving Naugle in Howard County.
MARYLAND STATE POLICE BEAT / Nurse charged with stealing truck after chase was shortened with tiny sharp spikes
Off all of the offensive and obnoxious behavior that this bozo allegedly committed at the St. Mary’s Hospital, the worse thing was putting the most nutritious source of food in the hospital out of commission by wrecking the vending machine.
The victim, a cab driver, was suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.
He remains in critical but stable condition
PIRATE POACHERS OF THE CHESAPEAKE Cops nab outlaw watermen Wheatley father and son duo poachers raiding oyster sanctuary – not the first rodeo for Pop
While the vast majority of Chesapeake Bay watermen are law-abiding and work hard to understand and be in compliance with the myriad set of rules set down by Bay regulators, there are others who just don’t give a damn. According to the NRP, these watermen allegedly are among the latter, especially the father who has a long line of poaching convictions with which he can add notches to his boat and boast about in the tavern.
Long was shot twice in the head on March 24, 2008, in an open area behind Traci Atkins Park in southwest Baltimore known as the “Lumber Yard.” The evidence presented at trial showed that Long was shot with a .25 caliber handgun at close range and that Lucas used, carried, and discharged the gun that caused Long’s death.