Murder USA: Armed robber let out of prison early catches fatal dose of lead poisoning

SALISBURY, MD – When Maryland State Police along with Wicomico Sheriff’s Deputies and Salisbury Police find the person who shot a man to death they will jail him but they could simply give him a gold star to hang in his cell. The dead guy in this latest Maryland Murder is also a convicted armed robber who just two years ago stuck up a clerk in a convenience store at gunpoint.

Murder USA: bloody corpse of James L. H. Skinner found in doorway of Salisbury home

Salisbury Police Department officers responded to an emergency call at the victim’s residence, shortly after 3:30 a.m. today. Officers found the victim with blood on him, lying in the entrance to the home. He was transported to Peninsula Regional Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased.

Home Invasion: police charge Paul A. Tatem with murder of Donald G. Mariner; assault of housemate

Tatem is charged with the murder of Donald G. Mariner, 72, who was found dead in his home in the 27000-block of Pemberton Drive, Salisbury, early on the morning of April 16, 2014. Mariner and his housemate, a 50-year-old man, had both been assaulted when suspect(s) entered the home during an apparent home invasion. Mariner was pronounced dead at the scene. An autopsy determined Mariner was murdered and died from blunt force injuries. The younger victim survived.

Gunmen cleaned out cell phone store; hot phones might be dicey to connect to service

Some dangerous criminals are dangerously stupid on top of being crooked. The Salisbury Police are now on the lookout for two men who robbed an AT&T store at gunpoint and cleaned out a large supply of expensive cell phones. Those who buy these hot phones will run into real problems when they try to connect them to service. At that point, it is likely that those who have been ripped off by the criminals will then in turn, turn them into police.

On July 15, 2014 at approximately 6:08 P.M. officers of the Salisbury Police Department responded to AT&T Wireless, located at 105 W. Ruark Dr., for a report of an armed robbery. The investigation revealed that two suspects entered the store and displayed a handgun before ordering employees and customers to the employee lounge. The suspects then demanded access to the inventory room and stole an undetermined number of Apple iPhone 5s and Samsung Galaxy S5 cell phones.