Baltimore’s killers are well on their way to setting a record of 300 murders in 2015 as the tally has now reached 281. Since the criminal class has been set loose on the public by the spineless politicians of Baltimore – Mayor Bozo and the Prom Queen Prosecutor – the police have very wisely figured out that they are the targets of those who would shoot them in the back and the politicians who will stab them in the back. Maryland’s liberal politicians are out to disarm all citizens and seize all guns which only leave guns in the hands of criminals.
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Spotsylvania Sheriff Police Beat: The following incidents and arrests are reported by Spotsylvania Sheriff Roger Harris: Arrests Made, October 12, 2015 – October 18, 2015 Theft On 10/13/15, Deputy Buccola…
Todd Murphy of Marbury caught a state record, 17.47-pound northern snakehead while fishing with bow and arrow on Mattawoman Creek in the early hours of August 8, beating the previous record of 16.94 pounds set by Teddy McKenzie in 2014.
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While lifeguards brought Alas to shore and assessed his condition, NRP Sgt. Donald Mackall and Officer Kristen McFarland stood on the beach and directed Johnson to the location of the nearly submerged jet skis and four bobbing heads barely peeking above the waterline.
Charles County Sheriff Police Beat: Charles Sheriff’s Deputy Warker Saved Man from Dying in House Fire
Upon crawling on the floor, Officer Warker noticed a pair of white socks. Soon he realized the socks were on a man who was lying on the floor unconscious. Officer Warker dragged the man to the front door where neighbors Thomas and Chris Yarbrough helped get him out. CCSO Sgt. Ashley Burroughs – who had just arrived on the scene –helped Officer Warker and Mr. Yarbrough carry the man to the street, away from the house.
Grilled Oriental Croaker
4 medium croaker ¼ cup soy sauce 2 tablespoons brown sugar 1 clove garlic, minced 1 tablespoon fresh ginger, minced 2 tablespoons orange peel, finely julienned 2 tablespoons orange juice 1 tsp rosemary 1tsp thyme ¼ teaspoon red pepper flakes, crushed 2 tablespoons butter, melted 4 scallions, sliced
Place fish in a bowl. Combine remaining ingredients and pour over fish. Marinate one hour. Place fish on a grill, about 5 inches from heat for about 10 minutes per inch thickness of fish, turning once half-way through cooking time and basting often with the marinade. When fish is tender and flakes easily, remove from grill and serve hot. Fish can also be cooked indoors by placing it on a broiler pan and broiling about 5 inches from the heat for 10 minutes per inch of thickness, turning once half-way through the process. Serves 4.
Prince Georges Police Beat: Its Hooligan’s Hollow Days in PG (Pretty Gory County) – the land of rape, robbery and mayhem!
Detectives are also investigating an armed robbery at a convenience store in the 2900 block of Boones Lane in Forestville. Two suspects demanded cash from an employee on May 19th at about 11:15 pm. The victim wasn’t hurt. Once they grabbed cash, the two suspects ran from the store. If you have information on this robbery, please call 301-772-4905
Virginia, Maryland Marine Police & Coast Guard searched for missing boaters who never bothered to tell families they intended to camp out on Bay island
The adults did not tell the spouses where they were going and that they were going camping. The four adults and five children were found on the south end of Tangier Island in their camping gear at approximately 5:00 am this morning.
Pirate Poachers of the Chesapeake: Piney Point’s Lumpkins boat caught red-handed with thousands of illegal croakers
The vessel was holding about 14,000 pounds of croaker and other species of fish, many appearing to be undersized. Seventeen NRP officers from four counties were assigned to measure the entire catch, an effort that took 12 hours. The fish were kept under refrigeration in trucks provided by the waterman.
Approximately 3,500 pounds—or 25 percent—of the catch were found to be undersized. Those fish were seized and returned to the water.