In case you might be wondering what the driver next to you on local roadways might be snorting, shooting, drinking or injecting, there is always the possibility that the substance is heroin – as in the case of this driver when he crashed into trees.
The driver, later identified as Robinson, failed to stop and accelerated away.
NRP Officer Vincent Artrip saw the injured man struggling and recognized the wound as a severed artery. He applied a Combat Application Tourniquet to staunch the flow until the victim could be taken ashore.
CALIFORNIA, MD. – There is nothing like a bunch of stake-wielding women attacking each other in a parking lot to wipe away the cobwebs of early morning coffee and gas customers at the Wawa. Their weapons of choice were wooden stakes, which begs the question, was their intent to drive the stakes into the hearts of their opponents before the sun rose in the east? That really is the best way to kill a vampire.
MECHANICSVILLE, MD. – St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that detectives have charged Nathan Bailey, with abuse of an infant and dumping the injured baby off at a daycare center; the child is now in critical condition at Children’s Hospital in D.C.
Nelson has a history of poaching convictions dating back to the mid-1990s involving illegal crabbing, oyster harvesting, and hunting.
ST. INIGOES, MD. – St. Mary’s County Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that an argument over a lost welfare card resulted in fisticuffs and handcuffs.
According to the Sheriff, on July 20, 2015, Deputy Roszell responded to the 15000 block of Point Lookout Road in St. Inigoes, for a reported assault. The victim reported he was involved in an argument with a relative over a lost Independence card when he was assaulted by suspect Patrick Shawn Dowell, 25, of St. Inigoes.
During the course of the investigation, investigators from Criminal Enforcement Division learned that Mills began having sexual intercourse with a juvenile during the summer of 2014. In addition, it was learned that Mills was also having sexual intercourse with an additional juvenile starting in March 2015.