Friday, April 29, 2016
On Thursday, April 28, 2016 at approximately 1504 hours [3:04 p.m.] the Wicomico County Sheriff’s received a 911 emergency call to respond to 7434 Cemetery Ave., Pittsville, WicomicoCounty, MD to investigate a reported stabbing.
Upon arrival responding Deputies gained entry into the residence and discovered a deceased male later identified as Jeremy Joseph Nolin with a stab wound to his chest. A short time later the suspect Shawna Louise Hournbuckle arrived on scene. Hournbuckle informed Deputies she and Nolin had engaged in a physical altercation the night prior which resulted in Nolin being stabbed in the chest. Deputies then transported Hournbuckle to the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office.
The Wicomico Bureau of Investigation was contacted and additional assistance was provided by the Maryland State Police Homicide Unit.
Investigators examined the scene conducted interviews related to the investigation. The findings were discussed with the Wicomico County States Attorney Office and Hournbuckle was charged on a statement of charges with ;
*Murder –Second Degree* Dangerous and Deadly weapon with intent to injure
*Manslaughter*Assault First Degree
*Assault Second Degree
Hournbuckle was turned over to the custody of the Wicomico County Detention Center
Investigating Agency: Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office
Lead Investigator: Master Trooper Otis Elzey
The Wicomico County Bureau of Investigation is a combined criminal investigation unit operated by the Maryland State Police and the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office.
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Police Seek Public’s Help In Somerset Co. Home Invasion
(Eden, MD) – Maryland State Police investigators are searching for three suspects and seeking help from citizens who may have information about the individuals involved in the Somerset County home invasion.
Shortly after 1:00 a.m. yesterday, Maryland State troopers from the Princess Anne Barrack responded to the 30000 block of Eden Allen RD, Eden, MD, for report of a armed home invasion/robbery. This call was placed by one of the victims.
Preliminary, the investigation revealed that three, unknown black males, entered the residence by a rear window leading into the kitchen area of the residence. Once inside the residence, the suspects accosted the residents who were inside asleep and demanded money from them. During the course of the incident the suspects assaulted the three adult’s in the residence and held the juvenile’s at gunpoint. After assaulting the residents, the suspects fled the home through the rear door on foot. Two cell phones and a set of car keys were taken by the suspects. Two adult victims were transported to PRMC by ambulance for treatment of their injuries.
The suspects are described as three black males wearing all black clothing and having either masks or hoodie’s covering their faces. One suspect was described as being a “light skinned black male weighing approximately 170-180 lbs and was estimated to be 5’09” tall. No further suspect descriptions were provided to responding troopers. All three suspects were armed with handguns. One of the handguns described by the victims as being the same color as army fatigues, possibly camouflaged or being a combination of tan and green.
Wicomico County Sheriff Deputy K-9 unit responded to the scene to assist and conducted a track with negative results. Maryland State Police Crime Scene responded to the incident as well and processed the scene for evidence.
State Police investigators are hoping anyone with information will come forward. Callers may remain anonymous. Anyone with information is urged to contact the Maryland State Police Princess Anne Barrack at (443) 260-3700. This investigation is still active and ongoing.
Contact: Tfc. C. Tyler, Maryland State Police Princess Anne Barrack, (443)-260-3700
This Wicomico County HR Job Description has A. Kaye Kenny's name all over it.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION
Assists the County Executive and the Director of Administration in the operations and strategic planning of the County's Departments as it relates to budget planning, fiscal and resource planning/administration, Human Resources utilization, Policy Administration and Coordination. Performs administrative duties and exercises general supervision over the departments and agencies of the Executive Branch as the County Executive and/or Director of Administration may direct. Assignments are at times difficult in nature and carried out in accordance with broad policy guidelines, general goals and objecctives, and applicable legal standards or regulations.
Bachelor's Degree (Master's preferred) in Public Administration, Business, Finance or related field. At least five (5) years managerial experience managing administrative or programs with a high level of expertise, preferably in a government arena.
Must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills with a high degree of professionalism and competence in dealing with a variety of individuals/departments in settings ranging from highly structured to moderately unstructured where persons contacted may be skeptical, argumentative or uncooperative; wide range of knowledge of the County Charter, Code and the Personnel Manual; ability to develop, organize and accomplish goals; ability to analyze/evaluate data and make appropriate decisions/recommendations; prepares and analyzes operating budgets and compilation of same; effective problem solving skills; total accountability, i.e., decisions made independently and/or on the advice of the County Executive and/or the Director of Administration; required knowledge of County Government operations and the relationships of various County Departments and Agencies including Economic Development and works closely with the County Council at times; knowledge of the principles and practices of public administration. Must pass drug testing and background check.
Shore Craft Beer Fest Comes to Downtown Salisbury City Seeks Design Submissions for Event Tee Shirts
Shore Craft Beer Fest Comes to Downtown Salisbury
City Seeks Design Submissions for Event Tee Shirts
Salisbury – Mayor Jake Day is pleased to announce that the City has partnered with Shore Craft Beer and Delmarva Public Radio to present the 2016 Shore Craft Beer Fest and Riverwalk Celebration on Saturday, June 18th in Downtown Salisbury. This one-of-a-kind event will bring music, art, food, and the best craft beer on the peninsula to the City’s beautifully renovated Riverwalk.
Founded in 2014 with the aim of making the Eastern Shore a craft beer destination, Shore Craft Beer have quickly become the peninsula’s most recognizable advocates of all things locally-brewed. For this event they have put together a who’s who lineup of local micro and craft breweries which will serve only locally produced products. The festival will also feature food trucks, live music from the band Eastern Electric, a plein air painting event, pottery throwing, a home brewing tent, and specially brewed Salisbury hometown beer.
Unique to this year’s event will be a ribbon cutting ceremony to unveil and celebrate renovations to Salisbury’s Riverwalk. The soon-to-be-completed $1.5 million update has been underway since the fall, and includes both cosmetic and structural fixes to the 40 year-old pedestrian walkway.
“Shore Craft Beer Fest is a great fit for Downtown Salisbury, and it presents the perfect opportunity for us to cut the ribbon on our beautiful new Riverwalk,” said Mayor Day. “I’m excited to invite residents and visitors to come sample local craft brews and enjoy what we hope will become a summer family tradition in our Downtown.”
To help promote and commemorate the Riverwalk ribbon cutting, the City is seeking design submissions for tee shirts which will be available at the event. Designs must focus primarily on the Riverwalk, but may incorporate the Shore Craft Beer Fest. If you’re artistically inclined (or if you know someone who is), original artwork is due no later than June 1. Submissions can be any medium, any size. Physical works may be mailed to the Mayor’s Office at the address below. To submit your design electronically, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about Shore Craft Beer Fest, go to www.shorecraftbeerfest.com.
If you are like myself I don't want men and women getting to choose which bathroom they feel like taking a break in, then boycott those three stores. I'm sick of the Transgender conversation. If you were born with a Penis you are a man and go in the door with the man symbol, if you were born with a vagina you got to the bathroom with the Woman on it.
The Wicomico County Sheriffs Office is proud to announce the official signing of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement between the County and the FOP. Sheriff Lewis and the men and women of the Sheriffs Office would like to thank County Executive Bob Culver and his administration for continuing to support Law Enforcement. We would also like to thank the Wicomico County Council and the citizens of Wicomico County for their help in making this agreement possible.
June 15, 2012 this beautiful Mother of three was murdered by a monster at Bay Shore Community Church in Gumboro, DE. 4 years later and Mathew Burton her Killer has still not been to court, and has recently been given the chance to bond out by an ignorant judge in Delaware.
Nicole's loving family and friends continue to wait for the justice that Nicole deserves, and yet the criminal justice system continues to instead make them suffer by allowing this nonsense. Where is the justice???????????? 4 years to go to trial is absolutely disgusting.This lady was a beautiful light taken from this world entirely too soon and as time goes on I think many just move on not remembering her voice and love for God she spoke about in the below video.
PLEASE GET THIS TRAIL STARTED ALREADY DELAWARE!!!! This family deserves it
And with the final numbers Tuesday night the curtain finally came down on Jim Ireton and his political career. Jim Ireton lost to a guy that didn't even try, didn't have a website or raise money period. Jim finally sees that he has no higher Office in his future. Jim may get his friends to vote on the Shore for him, but when it comes to any bigger Office..Jim is done.
A Democrat is not going to win anything on the Conservative shore. Jim would never have a chance to be Mayor again as Jake Day is in another class, and what he has now a simple Council seat is about all he can hope for, and that is if he hasn't pissed everyone off by immediately announcing when he won that he really was going to run for Congress.
Jim's attitude is the problem and will always be, because no matter how much he thinks he knows about Politics he has pissed enough people off like myself that we will never support anything he does period.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Governor Hogan signed the bill that will allow voters to choose how the Wicomico County Board of Education is selecte
Worcester County Sheriff’s Office
The Worcester County Sheriff’s Office in partnership with the Drug Enforcement Administration are asking citizens to dispose of unwanted prescription drugs during the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, April 30, 2016 from 10:00 am to 2:00 p.m.
The Worcester County Sheriff’s Office along with the Ocean Pines Police and the Ocean City Police have placed a permanent drug deposit box in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office in Snow Hill, the lobby of the Ocean Pines Police Department and the Ocean City Police Department for your convenience to dispose of unwanted medication. These drop boxes are available for your deposits of unwanted medications 24 hours a day seven days a week.
The Maryland State Police also will be accepting unwanted medications at each barrack in Maryland and locally at the Maryland State Police barrack in Berlin.
The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.
Nationally, 700,000 pounds (350 tons) of prescription medications were collected from members of the public. When added to the collections from the previous Take-Back events, more than 5.5 million pounds (2,761 tons) of prescription medications have been removed from circulation.
Just after midnight, Salisbury Fire Department's Station 2 and 16 were alerted for a motor vehicle accident with rescue, car vs. street sweeper, on the Rt 13 bypass. Upon arrival crews found one person trapped in the car with the passenger walking around the scene. Crews were able to remove the trapped driver after approximately 15 minutes. Both driver and passenger were transported to PRMC for further evaluation. The driver of the street sweeper was not injured.
Monday, April 25, 2016
One month has now passed by and the public still have gotten no answers into the mystery that hit the area this time last month. Mr Blasko's car was found abandoned on the map above covered inside and out with a mysterious substance that still has not been identified. Police responded to the residence linked to the car and saw John lying in the floor. Police entered and were overcome with a chemical smell that sent them to the hospital. Mr Blasko was deceased . We are now at the one month mark and the public still has gotten no answer to this mystery
Hunter Hudson Memorial Scholarship Established
April 25, 2016 – Salisbury, Md. – A scholarship in memory of Hunter Hudson of Ocean City has been established with plans to benefit graduates of Stephen Decatur High School. The 19 year old, who loved the outdoors and hunting, passed away suddenly on March 24th.
Hudson’s family has established the memorial fund through the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore. The family hopes that this legacy will keep Hunter’s memory alive in the minds of those that knew and loved him, while assisting future generations. Hudson graduated from Stephen Decatur in 2015 and attended Worcester Technical School to study masonry.
To be eligible for the scholarship, a student must be a graduate of Stephen Decatur High School with a minimum 2.5 GPA, been accepted into a two or four year accredited college or university, and be able to demonstrate financial need.
To make a contribution in memory of Hunter, visitwww.CFES.org or contact BJ Summers at 410.742.9911. Contributions can be made payable to: The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore – Hunter Hudson Memorial Fund, 1324 Belmont Avenue, Ste. 401, Salisbury, Maryland 21804.