Preliminary investigation revealed that the victim was assaulted and stabbed.
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MURDER USA / 7 DEAD IN WEEK AS RIVAL GANGS SLAUGHTER IN THE STREETS OF PG COUNTY; SCORE TWO MORE FOR SOCIETY
officers discovered two adult males lying on the street of an apartment complex parking lot both suffering from gunshot wounds. Both men were pronounced dead at the scene.
Johnathan Derek Simms, of 1706 Ruxton Ave., Baltimore, Md., was charged with negligent driving, reckless driving, speeding, failing to drive right of center and will likely by indicted by an Anne Arundel County Grand Jury in coming months for negligent homicide by motor vehicle.
TRAVIS FONSECA: It’s almost like payback, I guess you could say.
AIZENMAN: Travis Fonseca is a tall, muscular 24-year-old hanging out on the corner. He says the looters were justified.
FONSECA: You know what I mean? For all of the unspoken things that has happened between those businesses and our people, I feel like it was payback. I don’t feel like it was the most reasonable thing to do, but it’s definitely justified.
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)
Norfolk residents can experience the return of reliable train service to the city. For the first time in 35 years, Amtrak train service will originate in Norfolk, with new departures connecting passengers to destinations north of the city, giving our travelers more benefits while the existing Amtrak bus service between Virginia Beach, Norfolk and Newport News continues to run.
Police Beat: DUI driver smashed into signs of Ocean Downs and Ocean Pines as he chose new direction to jail
DUI-related Collision: On July 29, 2014, at approximately 0330 hrs, troopers responded to the area of MD Rt. 90 at the exit for MD Rt. 589 regarding a single vehicle collision. Upon the arrival of troopers it was determined Vinicius Freire Carneiro of Ocean City, MD, failed to maintain control of a 2004 Chevrolet truck as he exited onto MD Rt. 589 from westbound MD Rt. 90. The Chevrolet struck the Ocean Pines and the Ocean Downs Casino sign, traveled off the roadway, and into the woodline. Subsequently, the Chevrolet rolled onto its side. Carneiro refused medical treatment, but it was determined through the investigation he exhibited signs of impairment. Carneiro unsatisfactorily performed standardized field sobriety testing and was subsequently arrested. Carneiro was transported to the MSP Berlin Barrack, but he refused to submit to a breath test. He was subsequently charged with the collision event and the DUI.
Fitzie’s Marina owner Dan FitzGerald reports that thirteen historic Chesapeake Bay Buyboats are visiting Fitzie’s this weekend.
“There were thirteen here last night and tonight and tomorrow we expect to host ten at Fitzie’s,” FitzGerald told THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY.
21540 Joe Hazel Rd
Leonardtown, MD 20650
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SALISBURY, MD. — Given the huge expanse of the Chesapeake Bay region, with all its mighty tributaries, such as the Magothy, the Patuxent, Potomac and Choptank, it only figures that Maryland is the home of a shipbuilder. The old Davis Shipyard on Solomon’s Island was well-known world-wide for its custom sailing vessels in the last century, as was Trumpy’s custom yachts in Annapolis and the Liberty ships of Bethlehem Steel during WWII.
Now the Chesapeake Shipbuilding Co. has been building various vessels that sail the seas around the world, specializing in ocean-going tugboats, utility vessels, fireboats, ferries and small to medium size passenger cruise ships.
7-Eleven says thank heaven these heathens pleaded guilty; Monte Glascoe & Gary Cordell Howard admit to robbing seven of the firm’s stores
According to their plea agreements, Glascoe and Howard robbed at least seven Baltimore 7-Eleven stores from July 18 to 26, 2013, located at: 3436 Wilkens Avenue; 5512 Park Heights Avenue; 2500 Liberty Heights Avenue; 6700 Brentwood Avenue; 211 West 28th Street; and 3204 Hollins Ferry Road. In each robbery, Glascoe pointed a gun at victim employees. The conspirators stole money from the cash registers and two of the employees, cigarettes and other merchandise, and a cell phone and folding knife belonging to two of the employees.