Tuesday, September 2, 2014

16' dual console Boston Whaler Disappeared Off Of Hungars Beach Virginia

Would it be possible to post the following information on your website?
Please feel free to call with any questions of if you need more information.
Our 16' dual console Boston Whaler disappeared from its anchorage off of
Hungars Beach, VA sometime between 11pm on Friday 8/29 & 6:00am 8/30. It
has a maroon canopy top, which was down. Fishing rods, tackle box and PFDs
were on board. If you have any information regarding it's whereabouts,
please contact Tom at 610-308-9244.

2014 And Kids Missing School To Lack Of Air Conditioning

Bennett Middle, East Salisbury Elementary and West Salisbury Elementary all gave permission for parents to keep kids home because of heat and crappy ac at the Schools. How with all the money that goes to the BOE do we still have Schools that don't have adequate AC? Missing School because its to hot...smh just smh

Susie Stiltner Missing

SPD Recent Shoplifting Arrests

Ocean City Boardwalk Needs Some Order

This summer Ocean City has been a hot bed of conversation by many that have visited the resort town. The topic you ask? the unruly hoard of street performers that have descended since the 2012 ruling brought about by a lawsuit from the ACLU that took away the ability of the local leaders to regulate street performers.

This has led to a boardwalk full of anything and everything. With no ability to police the performers you have a wild west happening up and down the boards. People are simply buying Halloween costumes and standing out trying to make money getting pictures taken. The problem you ask? how do we know they aren't a sex offender? a child predator? the answer is we don't because OC has no power now to find out more about the performers.

The way it is now is every man for themselves hustling for the best spots. OC needs to get back into the business of selling spots on the Boards for performers which would allow at least some basic knowledge of who the people are that are performing around families. This would bring in extra revenue for the town as well.

Regardless of what the ACLU wants, you simply cannot allow an anything goes mentality out in the public eye.

Easton Police Department PRESS RELEASE

September 2, 2014
On August 29, 2014 Scott Orr, 25, of New Castle, DE was charged with possession or heroin, possession of CDS, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and issued a citation for speeding. John Hoxter, 27, of New Castle, DE was charged with possession of CDS and possession of drug paraphernalia. Francis Graves, 31, of Townsend, DE was charged with 2 counts of possession of CDS, possession of drug paraphernalia and charged on a bench warrant with failing to appear in court. An officer stopped a Mitsubishi Lancer on Ocean Gateway and Lomax Street for a speeding offense. When the officer made contact with the driver, Orr, the officer detected the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle and observed flakes of marijuana, ashes and a white powder on Orr's shirt. Further investigation and a search revealed a glass smoking device with marijuana residue, a small metal grinder, a plastic bag of marijuana, numerous small bags of heroin, 3 Suboxone strips and Zolpidem. Orr was held on a $10,000.00 bond, Hoxter was released by the court commissioner. Graves' bench warrant was for failing to appear in court on July 9, 2012 to answer to a charge of driving on a suspended out of state license. Graves was released by the court commissioner.
On August 31, 2014 Montashia Roberts, 19, of Easton, MD was charged on a criminal summons with rogue and vagabond. Roberts is accused of entering an unlocked 2011 Chevrolet truck and then opened the console. The vehicle owner saw Roberts and Roberts fled the area. The vehicle owner was able to positively identify Roberts leading to the charges.
On August 31, 2014, Leon Rasin, 18, of Easton, MD was charged with robbery, 2nd degree assault, theft over $1000 to $10,000, conspiracy to commit robbery and conspiracy to commit theft over $1000 to 10,000. Officers responded to Moton Park on Port Street for a reported robbery. The victim told police that Rasin had hired him to film a "rap video" in the park. The victim began setting up the equipment and left a book bag under the pavilion with the cash money the victim was paid to do the filming. When the victim went to the book bag to count the money, the victim was struck in the head from behind and fell to the ground. The victim was unconscious for several seconds and as the victim came to, saw people taking the camera equipment and running from the area. The victim believed that Rasin was behind him as he approached the book bag with the money. Rasin turned himself in later at the Easton Police Department. Rasin exercised his right to have an attorney present during his bail review and was being held at the Talbot County Detention Center until an attorney could be present.