Coast Guard sets ice condition 2 for Chesapeake Bay; 3 for Delaware Bay and tributaries; Virginia Capes closed too; Cutter Chock slicing ice from Crisfield to Tangier Island

“It’s important to always check and monitor the marine weather forecast before any trip on the water,” said Capt. Scott Anderson, the Commander of Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay. “High winds, cold weather, and dropping temperatures are good reasons to re-evaluate an outing.

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Maryland State Police Helicopter Rescues Sick Crewman from Car-Carrier Salome In Chesapeake Bay

Maryland State Police Helicopter Rescues Sick Crewman from Car-Carrier Salome In Chesapeake Bay  (Baltimore, MD)—A Maryland State Police Aviation Command reports that a helicopter crew rescued a man suffering from a medical condition and in need of immediate treatment from the vessel Salome underway in the Chesapeake Bay at about 2:00 am on Feb. 3, […]

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Coast Guard snatched $300 million in drugs from Cartel Navy; Attention Coke-Heads! Those holiday lines of powder are going to be a bit pricier as market economics of snorting kicks in, but Junkies will find plenty of heroin

The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Spencer offloaded approximately 10 tons of cocaine and 23 kilograms of heroin Tuesday in Port Everglades worth an estimated $300 million wholesale seized in international waters off the Eastern Pacific Ocean.

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Attention family and employers of cokeheads; prices are going up due to Coast Guard seizing 1800 kilos in the Caribbean

While on routine patrol, Tahoma crewmembers detected and intercepted a 226-foot tanker suspected of smuggling contraband. The Tahoma crew launched a Helicopter Interdiction Tactical Squadron MH-65 Dolphin helicopter and a small boat to the tanker. Coast Guard law enforcement officers seized 60 bales of contraband, which later tested positive for cocaine.

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