The driver was located and appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. It was also learned at this time that the driver was an off-duty Charles County Sheriff Deputy and the vehicle was his issued unmarked cruiser.Continue Reading
Doolan’s pal and his stepson never had to pay any money back to the county for the property that they sold for cash and deputies who wound up with the stolen property at their homes still have it, minus the loot that the State Prosecutor’s investigators were able to recover.Continue Reading
One of the first things to go out the window for a drunk driver is judgment. Like seeing a police car heading in your direction and then turning directly into its path.Continue Reading
Drug dealers released from prison by Obama clemency were dealing in large quantities of cocaine; many with sawed-off shotguns and armed during drug deals News and Commentary By Ken Rossignol The action taken by President Obama to release drug offenders from federal prisons by either commuting their sentences or, in the case of two inmates, […]Continue Reading
Southern Md. Police Beat: Rat on this Dirtbag Armed Robber of Lexington Park Family Dollar and Win Cash LEXINGTON PARK, MD. — An armed robber waltzed into the Family Dollar store on Great Mills Road on September 7, 2015, at 2:10 p.m. reports St. Mary’s County Sheriff Tim Cameron.Continue Reading
LEONARDTOWN, MD. – There are now two less St. Mary’s County Maryland Sheriff’s walking the earth.
Sheriff Wayne L. Pettit, who defeated incumbent Sheriff Joe Lee Somerville in the Democratic Primary in 1982 and won reelection twice more in 1986 and 1990 died on Nov. 21, 2014 and Sheriff Ben Burroughs who was elected in 1966 and served one term before being defeated by the late Sheriff Larry Williams in the Democratic Primary in 1970, died on Jan. 2, 2015.Continue Reading