Police say that Osley struck the front passenger side of TFC Yurkevich’s Maryland State Police marked SUV.
Since that deal was struck, Saunders has been cited for violation of probation four times. His period of supervised probation agreed to by States Attorney Adams was for eighteen months.
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.
In reopening the barrack, Governor Hogan fulfilled a promise made during the 2015 legislative session, and reaffirmed the administration’s commitment to making sure that the Maryland State Police remains among the most effective, trusted, and respected police force in the United States. Earlier this year, Governor Hogan also budgeted for the State Police to hire 100 new troopers, 50 of whom are currently in training.
ANNAPOLIS, MD.- Oct.4, 2015 — A driver with a record of many traffic, burglary, and drug arrests was charged with DUI and other traffic and criminal charges is under arrest again on Oct. 4, 2015 after he drove his car into the side of the patrol car of the Maryland state trooper attempting to stop him just west of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge on Rt. 50 in Anne Arundel County
The man is identified as Kevin P. Johnson, 37, of Chester, Md. The positive identification occurred today during the autopsy at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore. Toxicology tests have been ordered as part of the autopsy, so the official cause and manner of death is pending. However, forensic pathologists told investigators their preliminary examination is consistent with what investigators believe was a self-inflicted wound.