Maryland State Police report 506 DUI arrests for June 2015
Police say the dirtbag robber ultimately entered the passenger side of a maroon two-door Lexus Coupe with chrome wheels. That vehicle fled the scene northbound on Hammonds Ferry Road.
At approximately 10:50 p.m., Anne Arundel County Police investigating the area in response to a missing person call located the white pickup truck in the water, approximately 150 feet south of the bridge. Firefighters and Special Operations personnel returned to the scene and were able to conduct a search of the vehicle and surrounding waters and the shore lines in the area. The flood waters had receded approximately 15 feet from the time of the initial 911 call in the morning.
The investigation determined that a silver, four door Mercedes sedan was traveling northbound on Shore Acres Road when it left the roadway, struck and severed a utility pole and ultimately overturned. The driver was taken by helicopter to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore with life threatening injuries. The preliminary cause of the collision appears to be the driver’s failure to remain in a single lane likely due to excessive speed. The Traffic Safety section will be handling the investigation.
BALTIMORE, MD— One Anne Arundel County thug is going to prison for a long stretch for his role in a series of cell phone store robberies while his cohort in a home invasion robbery gets off with his charges put on the Stet Docket.
The pedestrian was attempting to cross the roadway to the “The Office Bar and Grill” when he walked in front of the path of the vehicle. The pedestrian was attempting to cross Mountain Road outside of a crosswalk and was wearing all black clothing. In addition, when this collision occurred, it was raining steadily, further reducing visibility.
The suspect is identified as Kerry J. Hampton, 29, of Fayetteville, NC. Hampton is charged with importation of heroin, possession with intent to distribute heroin, and possession of heroin. Following his initial appearance before a court commissioner, he was held in the Cecil County Detention Center on $150,000 bond.
The complainant provided a description of three subjects and their vehicle. The vehicle, a Mercury Grand Marquis, was observed pulling into the Shell Gas Station in the 2500 block of Riva Road. Officers made contact with the occupants, at which time they observed individually packaged baggies of heroin on the front passenger floor board. A total of 38 baggies containing 30.6 grams of heroin valued at $3,674 along with $2,987 in U.S. currency. All three occupants were taken into custody and charged with Possession of CDS and Possession with Intent to Distribute. Carroll and Cornish were also served with open warrants
Pierce was cooperative with police. He was processed and released per Baltimore County Police Department procedures. (Translated: the Baltimore County Police indulged in this police butt-kissing of the Baltimore Ravens so as not to endanger their free tickets to football games. This is not the kind of statement that the Baltimore Police nor just about any police agency includes with typical DUI arrests)
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