The Fifth time is the charm. The incidents of drunk or otherwise impaired and clueless motorists slamming into Maryland State Troopers rang up another score on Nov. 11, 2017.
After a short argument, outside of Richarts’ vehicle, Coursey doused himself with fuel and lit himself on fire. Coursey quickly returned to his vehicle and left the area.
In a plea deal on the DUI charge, Emerson entered a guilty plea.
The driver of the truck and two young passengers were taken to a local hospital with minor injuries.
Ocean City Police report that a Pennsylvania man in the resort town for a good time, had his last walk on the wild side when he waltzed into traffic at about 2:24 am.
Proctor was released from jail in spite of the sentence from PG County which called for him to be on probation with backup time of thirty years in the carjacking conviction from 2014.
The deal with Fritz on Oct. 18, 2013, called for Sampson to enter a guilty plea to theft under $10,000 and was sentenced to seven years in prison with four years suspended, allowing him to resume his career in crime upon his release.
Simply put, criminals who get caught in Anne Arundel County do not fear they will receive jail time. We have become an easy mark for criminals.” – Wes Adams