March 01, 2014 00:00 MARYLAND STATE POLICE DUI ARRESTS Between March 01, 2014 and March 31, 2014 W/B RT50@PLUGGE RD – TALBOT – 20 Arrested: …
The road to hell in Anne Arundel County is getting crowded as more and more junkies are keeling over from opioid abuse
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.
HUGHESVILLE, MD. — A repeat offender DUI driver who received easy treatment has pleaded guilty but claims he won’t do any time.
The Sheriff’s Office reports that their investigation revealed that the ATV was being operated by the young boy who attempted to cross the road and pulled out in the path of an oncoming Ford sedan. The boy was critically injured in the collision and was transported to Peninsula Regional Medical Center where he later died.
LEONARDTOWN, MD. (Sept. 2, 2014) — St. Mary’s Sheriff’s deputies have placed fresh charges of burglary against a pair of local miscreants who both have long records of arrests and equally long records of dropped charges by St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz.
Police report that on June 28, 2014, Sheriff’s Office patrol units responded to a private residence on St. Jerome’s Neck Rd. in Dameron, Maryland, for the report of a burglary. Deputies determined unknown culprit(s) forced entry to the victim’s residence by breaking a window and stole various property belonging to the victim.
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Crew members at Coast Guard Station Miami Beach offload 2,058 pounds of marijuana, worth an estimated wholesale value of $1.9 million, at Base Miami Beach, May 2, 2014. The Coast Guard Cutter Dependable interdicted the contraband on April 23 during a routine patrol in the Caribbean Sea
Upon making contact with the suspects, officers noted they matched the description of the two women responsible for the earlier abductions and robberies; they were taken into custody.