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Category Archives: Top Cops

Maryland State Trooper pulled man back from the edge on bridge

A trooper’s in-car camera captures a tragedy avoided when a Maryland State Trooper from JFK Barrack observed a man walking southbound on the Tydings Bridge in Cecil County.
The trooper approached the man to check on his welfare. While doing so, the man began to climb over the wall of the bridge, attempting to jump. The trooper quickly exited his vehicle and grabbed the man before he could get over the side.
Congratulations to another job well done by one of ‘Maryland’s Finest’!

Lucas Michael Chansler Pleads Guilty to Producing Child Pornography in Nationwide Sextortion Case

According to court documents, beginning in or about 2007, and continuing until on or about January 8, 2010, Chansler used computers and interactive computer services to transmit threatening communications to several minor female victims located all across the United States. Chansler transmitted these threatening communications with the intent to extort things of value from the minors, including digital photographs and webcam videos of the minor female victims in various states of undress, exposing themselves and engaging in sexually explicit conduct. Chansler engaged in a pattern of extortion in which he would at first pretend to be a friend, acquaintance, or admirer of the minor victims on social networking websites such as MySpace and Facebook. Chansler used more than 60 different online screen names to conceal his identity and location.

Update: Two Suspects Charged in Wheaton ‘Little r’ gang Shooting; Cops say 13-year-old gangster was shooter

WHEATON, MD. — 08/03/2014 — Montgomery County Police report that Detectives have arrested a 13-year-old and 19-year-old for the shooting of an 18-year-old female that occurred Thursday morning in Wheaton. Both suspects were located Friday afternoon and taken into custody by officers.

Investigators believe that both suspects are associated with the “Little r” gang. Police believe that gang members thought the victim was divulging information about gang activity to police, and the two suspects conspired to shoot the victim as an act of retaliation.

Stafford County Sheriff Charles Jett and Coast Guard Auxillary will host boating safety class Aug. 9th

The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a boating safety class in an effort to promote safe boating practices. The Boating Safety Class is being presented by the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary on Saturday, August 9, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. at the Public Safety Center, 1125 Courthouse Road, Stafford 22554.

Home Invasion: police charge Paul A. Tatem with murder of Donald G. Mariner; assault of housemate

Tatem is charged with the murder of Donald G. Mariner, 72, who was found dead in his home in the 27000-block of Pemberton Drive, Salisbury, early on the morning of April 16, 2014. Mariner and his housemate, a 50-year-old man, had both been assaulted when suspect(s) entered the home during an apparent home invasion. Mariner was pronounced dead at the scene. An autopsy determined Mariner was murdered and died from blunt force injuries. The younger victim survived.

Top Cops: Prince Georges honors patrol officers for protecting and serving

Rain or shine, day and night, PGPD patrol officers are out in our community serving and protecting the citizens of Prince George’s County. Too often, their good work goes unnoticed. Here are the Patrol Officers of the Month for June.