The illegal operation and blatant disregard for the fire and life safety code requirements placed Invictus Cigar’s customers and employees at risk for a potentially dangerous environment.
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Eric White has been charged with First Degree Arson, Attempted Second Degree Murder, First Degree Malicious Burning and Reckless Endangerment
DWI HIT PARADE: Cops say DUI driver Ruth Runyan plowed into two Maryland troopers at crash scene on Rt. 301; tow truck driver arrived and he was DUI too
There is a clear purpose behind Maryland’s move over law. The purpose is to save the lives of our police officers, our emergency services workers, and our tow service operators.
Maryland State Police DUI arrests for November 2015 MARYLAND STATE POLICE DUI ARRESTS November 01, 2015 00:03 E/B RT 100 E/O RT 170 – ANNE ARUNDEL – 02 Arrested:…
WALDORF, MD. A dispute over child custody erupted in gunfire on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at the McDonalds located at the St. Charles Mall in Waldorf, leaving one person dead and another wounded
Nearly 40 firefighters responded from Waldorf, LaPlata, Brandywine, Baden, Hughesville and Bryans Road Fire Departments and extinguished the fire located just inside the front door within 5 minutes. Smoke and heat created by the fire spread throughout the store and caused approximately $400,000 in damage to the contents. An additional $100,000 is damage is estimated to the structure at the front of the business. No injuries were reported during the incident.
Pfc. Colby Shaw, Charles County Sheriff’s Office dog handler, leads Jake through training exercises. Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division (NSWC IHEODTD) and Charles County Maryland Sheriff’s Department concluded their final canine homemade explosive detection training event, July 23, at U.S. Army Blossom Point Research Facility in Welcome, Md. U.S. Navy photo by Matthew Poynor /
Now is the time for the voters to consider all that they have learned from presentations in this publication of the candidates’ debate; from other news sources, from the candidate’s websites and particularly from viewing the photo of Captain Wide-load blocking whatever Sheriff Coffey was doing. What was Sheriff Coffey doing? We couldn’t see due to the wide-load rear end of Captain Rackey, who could see what the Sheriff was doing, and believed the better part of his ample rear end was just the valor that was called for to protect his boss.
A vote for Troy Berry for Sheriff of Charles County is recommended to our readers and it is high time that the old days of Sheriff’s making political decisions about law enforcement needs to end. It is time to move on to professional police departments.