In addition, police are asking anyone who may have been victimized, or is aware of victimization at any time by Naugle, to come forward. To date, police have not received any allegations of sexual misconduct involving Naugle in Howard County.
Burglar boys rounded up by cops; Dirt bike complaint results in drug bust of Deshawn Reed & Faiq Mastin
Police believe Cross stole cash, a purse, food items and Happy Meal toys while in the business. She is seen on video attempting to disable the surveillance system, wipe her fingerprints from the area and wash the cash drawers to remove her fingerprints.
Dorchy’s career includes being found guilty of armed robbery in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court on Feb. 15, 2001, and was sentenced to ten years in prison with none of the jail time suspended; he was also found guilty of a use of a gun during a robbery and picked up another five years in prison.
Service of the search warrant resulted in the recovery of various digital media storage devices. Evidence will be submitted to the Maryland State Police Digital Forensics Lab for analysis.
Upper Marlboro, MD — Maryland State Police report that they arrested an impaired driver, later identified as a Howard County Police Officer, who left the scene of a crash that injured another in Prince George’s County on Oct. 7, 2015. Howard County’s Police Chief announced afterwards that he has suspended the officer.
Momma tried to arrange alibi for her bozo robber son who called from jail for her to do his criminal bidding… Terry’s mother called the employer and asked him to provide the alibi, but the employer refused and promptly reported the call to police. Cell site data from Terry’s phone revealed that it was used to send calls or data through a cell tower location near the CVS Pharmacy at the time of the robbery.
SYKESVILLE, MD. — A man who had been ticketed four times last year for speeding in Maryland was reportedly speeding at a high rate on Rt. 32 in Sykesville, Md., when police say he slammed into another vehicle, killing himself and injuring another driver.
Stacey Lynn Fuller Identified as Murder Victim in Mobile Home Fire
ELKRIDGE, MD. – A woman’s whose body was found in a fire that destroyed a mobile home has been declared a murder victim by Howard County Police.
Police have confirmed the identity of a woman found dead inside her residence during a fire in the Capitol Mobile Park in Elkridge this morning. Stacey Lynn Fuller, 39, of the 6600 block of Washington Blvd.
She was pronounced dead by paramedics at the scene, say police. It appeared she had suffered a traumatic injury unrelated to the fire, possibly a gunshot wound.
On December 19, 2014, members from the Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Division, Central South Region conducted a warrant sweep. The warrant sweep was conducted in collaboration with the Howard County States Attorney’s Office, St. Mary’s County States Attorney’s Office, Maryland State Apprehension Team, Maryland State Police Leonardtown Barrack and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). As a result of this collaboration, the following individuals were located and charged: