Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Shooting Investigation Underway In Salisbury

Shooting Investigation underway in 800 block of Hemlock.  One male victim transported to PRMC.  Call SPD 410-548-3165 or Crime Solvers 420-548-1776 with tips / info.

South Gate Pond Ocean Pines Aerial Video

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

December 12 Salisbury City Police Crime Briefing

Maryland State Police Easton Barrack investigate 4 car head on collision on US Rt 50 in Talbot County

(Easton, Md.) – Maryland State Police are investigating a four-vehicle collision in Talbot County.
At approximately 8:45 p.m., Troopers from the Easton Barrack responded to a motor vehicle collision that occurred on Ocean Gateway (US. Rt. 50) and Skipton Landing Road in Easton, Maryland.
According to a preliminary investigation, a green Nissan, being driven by Katie Cray Long, 43, of Centerville, Maryland, was traveling westbound in the eastbound lanes of US Rt. 50. During this time the Easton Barrack received multiple 911 calls about the vehicle.   A Short time later, the Easton Barrack was notified that a vehicle in that area was involved in a head on collision.
Upon the Troopers arrival it was learned that Long had struck three (3) vehicles, one being head on in the front passenger side of the vehicle. Long and the passenger of the vehicle that was struck head on were transported by aviation to University of Maryland Shock Trauma. Based on evidence at scene Long is being investigated for driving under the influence of Alcohol and Prescription Drugs.
US Rt. 50 was closed for approximately two hours at the site of the collision while investigators from the Maryland State Police Easton Barrack investigated the collision.

The collision remains under investigation.

Monday, December 11, 2017

In Studio Recording From Don Rush Show From July Regarding Winder Monument

Coming Soon Sign Up Across From MSP North Salisbury

Easton Police Press Release

71st Annual Salisbury Jaycee's Christmas Parade

Kudos To State Highway For Road Cleanup

I wanted to put out a big kudos to all the people who were out clearing the roads after our recent snow storm. Honestly one of the best jobs I had seen. I traveled to Crisfield as well and the roads were fantastic. I don't think people really appreciate the work these guys and girls put into keeping our roads so awesome during these storms...

Saturday, December 9, 2017

Is Piedmont Planning On Leaving Salisbury? Comment Worthy A Post

Piedmont is switching to new and larger jet aircraft, and its future in Salisbury is uncertain, both for flight operations and general office and admin. Most of its personnel are based elsewhere, primarily in Philadelphia, Charlotte and Phoenix. American (parent) and Piedmont are getting new and bigger facilities in those and other airports where most of their flights are to/from. Salisbury flights and passengers are an increasing smaller share. Don't be surprised if Piedmont is gone completely from Salisbury in a year or so from now. 

Photos of Snowfall Last Night

Keep those photos coming. I will choose a best picture of one's sent in and you will win a lowereasternshorenews coffee cup

Aerial Footage Of Local Snowfall

It's A Winter Wonderland On Delmarva

Please send in your snow pics to my email  or text them to my cell 4104222948

Friday, December 8, 2017

Somerset County Snow Emergency Plan

Somerset County, Maryland Snow Emergency Plan

SNOW EMERGENCY IN EFFECT                                           

The Maryland State Police at the Princess Anne Barrack in Somerset County in conjunction with local agencies and the State Highway Administration have implemented the Snow Emergency Plan.  This plan is to assist the State Highway Administration in snow clearing operations throughout the county.

Effective on 12/8/2017 at 9:30 p.m. all vehicles on the roadway must be equipped with snow chains or snow tires on both driving wheels of motor vehicles.  In addition, a parking ban is imposed on all snow emergency routes in the County.

A press release will be sent out advising when snow emergency plan has been lifted.  Questions should be addressed to the Maryland State Police Barrack in Princess Anne at 443-260-3700.

Driver Fatality In Wicomico Crash

Salisbury Barrack
2765 N Salisbury Blvd
Salisbury MD 21801
410-749-3101 ext. 0 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 12/8/2017
Type of Incident:  Traffic Accident
Date and Time: 12/08/2017 1547
Location:  W/B Rt 50 @ Queen Ave
Vehicles:  Vehicle 1: 2005 Buick LeSabre
                 Vehicle 2: 2003 Honda Pilot
Drivers:   Vehicle 1: William Madison Pender Sr, 95 YOA, Salisbury, MD
                Vehicle 2:  Marie Vonette  Molme, 44 YOA, Seaford, DE
Narrative:  On the above time and date, Troopers from the Salisbury Barrack responded to W/B Rt 50 @ Queen Ave Salisbury MD for the report of a motor vehicle collision.  Investigation revealed that Vehicle 1 was heading S/B on Queen Avenue, where it failed to stop at the stop sign at the intersection with W/B Rt 50.  Vehicle 1 entered into W/B Rt 50 where it was struck in the driver side by Vehicle 2, which was heading W/B on Rt 50 in lane 2.  Vehicle 2 was occupied by eight people.  The seven passengers of Vehicle 2 (excluding the driver) were transported to PRMC for non-life threatening injuries.  The driver of vehicle 1 was transported to PRMC where he was pronounced deceased.  It would be determined that vehicle 1 was at fault in the collision.
Investigating Trooper:  TFC W Shelter
Phone Number: 410-749-3101

Winter Storm Warning In Effect


* WHERE...Dorchester, Wicomico and Somerset Counties.

* WHEN...From 7 PM this evening to 7 PM EST Saturday.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Be prepared for significant reductions in
visibility at times.

A Winter Storm Warning for wet snow means severe winter weather
conditions are expected. If you must travel, keep an extra
flashlight, food and water in your vehicle in case of an
emergency. The latest road conditions for the state you are
calling from can be obtained by calling 5 1 1.

Starting TO Snow In Salisbury

National Folk Festival Honorary Chairs Chosen

Dorchester County Sheriff's Office Press Release

On Sunday, December 3, 2017 a deputy from the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office stopped a vehicle on Rt. 50 for speeding. Upon approaching the vehicle the deputy detected an odor of Marijuana coming from the vehicle. The deputy had the operator and sole occupant of the vehicle exit the vehicle to conduct a search. Upon searching the vehicle the deputy located a small amount of Marijuana and a loaded 9mm Handgun under the driver’s seat. A check of the driver 55 year old Donald Stanley Shuler of 5212 Stackhouse Street, Johnstown, Pa. is a convicted Felon and is prohibited from possessing a weapon. He was charged with being a convicted Felon in Possession of a Handgun, Transporting a Loaded Weapon in a Vehicle, Illegal Possession of ammunition, Wearing and Carrying a Handgun and he was also given a citation for Possession of Marijuana. He was ordered Held without Bond.

Image may contain: 1 person, beard

On Monday, November 27, 2017 a deputy from the Dorchester County Sheriff’s office arrested 43 year old Michael Preston Tolley of 513 Race Street, Cambridge, Md. He was wanted for Violation of Probation and was Held without Bond.

Shoplifting Investigation Leads To Drug Charges For Felton Man


Shoplifting Investigation Leads To Drug Charges For Felton Man

Released By Sgt. Robert Masten On 12.07.2017 Incident #51.17.13430

On 12.06.2017 Milford Police arrested a 32 year old man to complete an investigation into a shoplifting at Ace Hardware on North DuPont Boulevard (US Rt 113).  On 12.06.2017 Milford Police responded to Ace Hardware after it was learned a previous suspect in a shoplifting was back on the premises and needed to be identified.  Upon arrival officers contacted Jason A. Corkell, 32 of Felton, and identified him as allegedly being a suspect in a shoplifting that occurred on 12.01.2017.  In the 12.01.2017 incident it was reported Mr. Corkell reportedly removed hand tools and fled prior to officers arrival.  On 12.06.2017 officers responded to identify Mr. Corkell as part of the 12.01.2017 investigation and once they did, it was learned he was wanted by the Kent County Court of Common Pleas and Kent County Family Court.  Mr. Corkell was taken into custody and a subsequent search of Mr. Corkell led to razor blades, heroin, and drug paraphernalia being located.  During contact with Mr. Corkell he became disorderly using offensive language that alarmed bystanders.  Mr. Corkell has been charged with Shoplifting, Carrying a Concealed Dangerous Instrument, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Disorderly Conduct.  Mr. Corkell was presented at the Justice of the Peace Court #2, where bail was set at $3500.00 secured.  Mr. Corkell is scheduled to appear at the Kent County Court of Common Pleas on 12.08.2017.  Mr. Corkell has been committed to the custody of the Delaware Department of Correction at the Sussex Correctional Institution.

**Updated Photo Not Available At The Time Of This Release**

City Of Cambridge Shop With A Cop Dec 21-22

Storm Preparation Actions in Place for the City of Salisbury

Contact: Field Operations

Storm Preparation Actions in Place for the City of Salisbury

Salisbury - Mayor Jake Day announced that the City of Salisbury is preparing for the arrival of anywhere from 6 to 8 inches of snow, beginning Friday afternoon as a wintry mix and ending Saturday afternoon as snow. Snowfall is expected to begin by 4:00 p.m. this afternoon, and to be at its heaviest during the overnight and Saturday morning hours.

Residents are cautioned to drive safely and to be aware of potential roadway icing. City road crews will monitor conditions, and they will begin salting and plowing operations as warranted. The City has 600 tons of salt on-hand, and nine (9) trucks ready and equipped with plows and salt bodies and (4) additional trucks with plows. Plowing of residential streets will occur if snow accumulation exceeds FOUR (4) INCHES or more. In such case, the City’s 7 snow emergency routes will be the first streets to be plowed. Motorists are reminded to NOT PARK along snow emergency routesand private plow contractors are reminded to not push snow into public roads.  Failure to comply may result in a $500 fine. Maps of the City’s snow emergency routes can be found online at , or .

If you have to be on the roads during the upcoming snow event, it is important to realize that the most slippery surfaces often do not appear as hazardous as they actually are. Bridges, overpasses and intersections are common areas where the pavement freezes faster than on ordinary roadways. Motorists are urged to slow down and allow extra distance for braking.

Additionally, citizens are reminded that all property owners adjacent to any street within City limits are responsible for the removal of snow from their sidewalks. The snow must be removed for the entire length of the property for a width of four (4) feet. The removal must take place within six (6) hours after the snow and or ice has stopped falling. If snowfall ends between the hours of 5 p.m. and 7 a.m., then snow removal must occur before 2 p.m. The purpose of this ordinance is to provide the ability for our residents and visitors to move freely and safely throughout the City. The property owner is liable for any accidents which may occur as a result of un-cleared sidewalks. Please help us make the City of Salisbury safe during severe weather conditions.

Emergency contact information for Salisbury Department of Field Operations during business hours from 8:00 to 4:30 is 410-548-3177. For service calls after hours please contact the Salisbury Police Department at 410-548-3165.


Police Charge Dorchester County Man with Oystering in a Sanctuary

Police Charge Dorchester County Man with Oystering in a Sanctuary
Cite Four Dirt Bikers with Illegal Operation
A Dorchester County man was charged with multiple counts of illegal oystering during a joint operation between Maryland Natural Resources Police officers on the ground and Natural 1, the department’s recently reacquired helicopter.
Jody Daniel Jackson, 18, of East New Market, was spotted harvesting oysters with a power dredge in the Little Choptank River Nov. 3.
The entire river is closed to dredging and the area where Jackson was working is an oyster sanctuary.
Natural 1’s pilot spotted the 40-foot workboat with bushels of oysters on the deck and alerted officers to intercept it as it approached the dock in Madison Bay. The pilot took photos of the dredging activity and marked GPS coordinates.
The coordinates were verified by the department’s Hydrographic Operations staff and Jackson was charged Thursday with: harvesting oysters more than 250 feet inside a sanctuary, catching oysters for commercial purposes without a license, using a power dredge outside a designated area, failing to pay the state oyster surcharge, failing to cull oysters and return shell to the original bed, failing to obtain a certificate of number, failing to display a Maryland use sticker, and operating an unnumbered vessel.
Jackson is scheduled to appear in Dorchester County District Court March 21. The maximum fine if he is found guilty of all charges is $8,500.
Officers took part in a Maryland State Police Driving Under the Influence checkpoint in Anne Arundel County last weekend that resulted in the arrest of a local motorist.
Olalekan Arawole, 47, of Glen Burnie received six citations for operating under the influence of alcohol and he was released to a sober driver. A district court date has not been set.
Arawole approached the checkpoint on Dorsey Road in Glen Burnie around 1:37 a.m. Saturday. An officer handing out a pamphlet about the effects of alcohol saw an open container of beer in the center-console cup holder. Arawole failed the field sobriety tests and registered a blood alcohol content of 0.15, nearly double the state legal limit of 0.08, during a Breathalyzer test administered by the Maryland State Police.
A Virginia man was arrested early Monday morning and charged with drunken driving by an officer who stopped to assist a disabled vehicle southbound on the Salisbury Bypass, just before the St. Luke’s Road exit.
Alvin Lee Reid, 44, of Painter, received four citations for impaired operation. He registered a blood alcohol content of 0.12, on a Breathalyzer test administered by the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office, well above the state’s legal limit of 0.08.
A hearing date has not been set in Worcester County District Court.
Officers on patrol in Anne Arundel County Saturday afternoon charged four dirt bike riders with illegal operation.
Jeremy Sean Martin, 26, and Calvin M. Reid Jr., 24, both of Lothian, George Cody Hall II, 48, of Annapolis, and Sean Francis McMillian, 42, of North Beach, received citations for operating an off-road vehicle on property without written permission.
They were stopped on a trail in Davidsonville off Governor’s Bridge Road that is owned by Anne Arundel County. The trail is clearly posted as prohibiting the use of motorized vehicles. None of the riders had written permission to be operating their dirt bikes on the property.
A records check showed that Martin had outstanding warrants in Anne Arundel County and Manassas, Va. He was arrested and taken to the Anne Arundel County Detention Center to await extradition to Virginia.

Current Scene At Grocery Stores On The Eastern Shore

Weather Channel Puts Us In Possible Foot Of Snow Possibility

Winter Storm Bearing Down On Delmarva

The first winter storm of the season will be affecting the region by late this afternoon and continuing until late Saturday. Low pressure will be tracking across the gulf states today...then northeast to off the North Carolina coast Saturday. There is the potential for accumulating wet snow...mainly along and west of a line from Wallops Island to Emporia Virginia.
Models have trended toward higher amounts of precipitation since early Thursday. There is expected to be a wide zone of mixed rain and wet snow...right now estimated at roughly 50-75 miles either side of a Salisbury MD to Richmond and South Hill VA line. This is still a low confidence snow accumulation forecast...especially in the wide zone of mixed rain and wet snow. Limiting factors are the recent mild weather and marginal cold air now in place over the region. A difference of only 1-2 degrees in temperature along with the rate that precipitation falls will play a large role in how much snow accumulates. A change to all snow over a large area is possible on Saturday as colder air begins to spread into the region. At this or minimal travel impacts are expected as roads are likely to remain mainly wet.
For the latest snow forecasts visit
Snow Probability Page
Wayne Albright
Senior Forecaster, WFO AKQ

Recap Of Biggest Stories Of 2017

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Hebron Story Taking Weird Turn

I was out of town today and was following Wicomico First Alert who posted about a body being found .I copied and pasted their report verbatim to let my readers know what was happening. When I got home I tried to contact Ryan from first alert and saw not only is first alert gone but I can't get any response. At this point I don't know what is going on I will try to find out tomorrow.

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and First Lady Yumi Hogan, and Perdue Farms Chairman Jim Perdue and Jan Perdue to Serve as Honorary Chairs of the National Folk Festivals in Salisbury, Maryland

CONTACT:  Caroline O’Hare, National Folk Festival Local Manager /

Salisbury, MD – Mayor Jake Day is pleased to announce, on behalf of the National Council for the Traditional Arts (NCTA) and the City of Salisbury, the Honorary Chairs for the National Folk Festival in Salisbury, Maryland.  Graciously accepting the invitation to serve are Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and First Lady Yumi Hogan, and Perdue Farms Chairman Jim Perdue and his wife, Jan Perdue.

The National Folk Festival will begin its residency in Salisbury in 2018.  The annual, three-day event will take place September 7th, 8th, and 9th in and throughout the City’s Downtown.   Presented to audiences free of charge, the Festival is known as a “moveable feast of deeply traditional folk arts.”  Over the course of its annual 3-day run, the National Folk Festival will present an exciting and diverse panoply of music, dance and cultural traditions from across America.

“It is an honor and a pleasure for me to announce that our good friends, Governor and Mrs. Hogan, and Jim and Jan Perdue will serve as the Honorary Chairs for the National Folk Festival during its time here in Salisbury,” said Mayor Jake Day.  “With the Festival coming home to Maryland for the first time in its 80-year history, it is so perfectly appropriate that the Governor and First Lady have graciously agreed to co-chair.  And I can think of no one better to represent the Eastern Shore than the Perdue family.  We are thankful and appreciative that the Governor and First Lady, and the Perdues will join us as we celebrate the folk arts here in our beautiful Downtown.”

“The support and enthusiasm with which the State of Maryland, the City and the entire region have embraced the National Folk Festival is just incredible,” said NCTA Executive Director Julia Olin. “We look forward to a smashing three-year run in Salisbury.”  

For more information on the National Folk Festival, go to

To hear a special message from the Hogan and Perdue families, click here:

# # #

About the National Folk Festival
Since it was first presented in St. Louis in 1934, the National Folk Festival, the NCTA’s flagship event, has celebrated the roots, richness and variety of American culture.

Championed in its early years by Eleanor Roosevelt, it was the first event of national stature to present the arts of many nations, races, and languages on equal footing. It was also the first to present to the public musical forms such as the blues, Cajun music, a polka band, Tex-Mex conjunto, Peking Opera, and many others. Today, the National is an exuberant traveling festival, produced by the NCTA in partnership with communities around the country that embraces the diverse cultural expressions that define us as a people in the 21st century.

About the National Council for the Traditional Arts (NCTA)
A leading non-profit in the field, the National Council for the Traditional Arts (NCTA), is dedicated to the presentation and documentation of folk and traditional arts in the U.S. Stressing excellence and authenticity, the NCTA presents the nation’s finest traditional artists in major festivals, tours, concerts, workshops, demonstrations, exhibitions, media productions, school programs, cross-cultural exchanges and other activities. It works in partnership with American communities to establish new, sustainable traditional arts events that deliver lasting social, cultural and economic benefits. Over 6,000 hours of the NCTA’s archival audio recordings dating from the 1930s are permanently housed at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. The NCTA champions the interests of folk and traditional artists and organizations in the arena of public policy. For more information about the NCTA, go to

About the City of Salisbury, Maryland
Founded in 1732, Salisbury is the county seat of Wicomico County, a place where John Smith touched land in 1608 during his exploration of the Chesapeake Bay. Situated on Maryland's historic Eastern Shore at the crossroads of the Delmarva Peninsula, Salisbury is now one of the region's largest cities, and serves as the capital of the Eastern Shore, a rural area defined by its agricultural and maritime traditions, landscapes and industries. The Chesapeake Bay is central to this distinctive identity. Though a relatively small city, Salisbury is the geographic and economic hub of one of the nation's fastest-growing Metropolitan Statistical Areas. Led by a dynamic mayor, the City of Salisbury is working to build its reputation as an arts and culture destination, and is aligning its downtown development and revitalization efforts with the arts. Salisbury believes hosting the National Folk Festival is the perfect catalyst to further a cultural renaissance and urban renewal.

Find more information about Salisbury, Maryland at

Monica Snee's Family At War With Itself Recent Phone Episode Revealed

The recent episode that can be read about by clicking here , revealed a disturbing fact that Monica had her sister Polly go out to destroy a cell phone that was potential evidence against her. The shocking story behind this shows a family at war with itself.

Monica had let her son borrow her cell phone , and it is this very cell phone that Monica sent Polly to destroy. Monica's son had recently gotten his life together and gotten clean, and reportedly turned his Mom in which has led to this family war.

Local Area Snowfall Forecast

Good morning, here is the latest information regarding the potential for snow Friday evening into Saturday. We are generally expecting a slushy half an inch to an inch of accumulation primarily along the corridor from Emporia, VA to Salisbury, MD. Generally all rain is anticipated near the coast with possibly a few snowflakes mixing in Friday night. Warm ground and road temperatures will limit travel impacts. This is still an evolving situation so continue to follow and our winter weather page at the latest information!

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Be Here Tomorrow For Update On Monica Snee Situation

look for post around 9am

GoFundMe Page Set Up For Pocomoke Mayor Bruce Morrison

Dorchester County Sheriff Press Release

On Monday, November 27, 20017 members of the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office executed a Search & Seizure warrant at 101 West Road, Secretary, Md. The targets of the investigation 60 year old Charles Joseph Henry of that address and 39 year old Samuel William Hepperle also of that address were located inside of the residence upon entry. A third suspect 37 year old Carl Messick of 6332 Little Creek Lane, Hurlock, Md. who was just leaving the residence were taken into custody. A search of the residence revealed 58 baggies of Heroin/Fentanyl mixed substance, $537.00 in U.S. currency, 6 Percocet Pills, 6 Suboxen Strips. 25 grams of Marijuana and electronic scales. Messick was charged with Possession of Heroin and Possession of Paraphernalia and released on $3,000.00 unsecured Bond. Henry was charged with Possession of Heroin and released. Hepperle was charged with Possession with Intent to distribute heroin, Possession with Intent to Distribute Heroin in a School Zone, Possession of Paraphernalia, Possession of Heroin and maintaining a Common Nuisance, He was ordered Held without Bond.

One Of The Most Important Supreme Court Cases To Be Heard

I support Masterpiece cakes 1 million percent in their right to not be forced to make a cake that goes against their personal beliefs.

Somerset County Sheriff Recent Arrests

Rahim Harum Abdul of Crisfield, arrested 11-15-17 on a fugitive warrant through Georgia. Abdul was later held without bond pending extradition.

Tyler Kenneth Lee Swift Sr.of Crisfield, arrested 11-16-17 for driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol, driving without a license, negligent driving, and throwing objects at a vehicle. Deputies were called to the area of Crisfield Highway for a complaint from the Lower Somerset Ambulance Squad. The ambulance personnel reported that a driver of a green jeep had thrown an unknown object at their ambulance as it past,  traveling south on Crisfield Highway. With the assistance of the Crisfield Police Department, the jeep was located in the area of Old State Rd. After coming into contact with the driver, Tyler Swift Sr. Deputies smelled a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from Swifts breath and person. Swift later failed sobriety tests and was arrested. Swift was later released on citations pending court actions.

Travis Antwan Jackson of Americus Georgia, arrested 11-17-17 for driving while under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol, and driving without a license. Jackson was later released on citations pending District Court actions. Deputies investigated a disabled Chevy Tahoe in the area of Ocean Highway and Revells Neck Rd. where they came into contact with Jackson. After smelling the strong odor of alcohol coming from Jackson’s breath and person field sobriety tests were conducted. After failing sobriety tests, Jackson was arrested and later released on citations pending District Court actions.

Christine Lynn Pakulski of Eden, charged 11-17-17 for selling alcohol to someone under twenty one years of age. Pakulski was later released on signature pending District Court actions. The arrest was the result of a underage alcohol detail conducted by the Sheriff’s office throughout the county.

Linda Sue Reames of Crisfield, arrested 11-22-17 on a warrants for CDs possession not marijuana, possession of CDS  with the intent to distribute, CDS distribution in a school zone, and common nuisance/ distribute CDs. Reames was later held without bond.

Elijah Lee Wilson of Crisfield, arrested 11-22-17 on warrants for possession of CDS, not marijuana, and possession of CDs with the intent to distribute. Wilson was later held without bond.

Tyrone Randy Sterling Jr. of Crisfield, arrested 11-23-17 on warrants for possession of CDS, not marijuana, and possession with the intent to distribute CDS. Sterling was later held without bond.

Michael Tyrone White of Crisfield, arrested 11-23-17 on warrants for possession of CDS, not marijuana, and possession with the intent to distribute CDS. White was later held without bond.

Charles Andrew Coulbourne of Salisbury, arrested 11-26-17 on warrants for failing to appear in court. Coulbourne was later held without bond.

Shawn Alan Mooney of Crisfield, arrested 11-26-17 on warrants for possession of CDS, not marijuana, and possession with the intent to distribute CDS. Mooney was later held without bond.

Donald Edward Lietz of Princess Anne, arrested 12-2-17 on warrants regarding 1st and 2nd degree assault, and reckless endangerment. Lietz was later held without bond.

Jammar Darrell Roberts of Princess Anne, arrested 12-2-17 on a warrants for possession of CDS, not marijuana, possession of CDS with the intent to distribute, CDS distribution within a school zone, firearm/drug traffic crime, CDS distribution with a firearm, illegal possession of regulated firearm, illegal possession of ammo, CDS possession marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Roberts was later held without

SPD Press Release On Bank Robbery Yesterday

NAACP Wants To Lower Standards For Wicomico County Economic Impact Scholarship Program

In what is a text book example of taking a hand up and making it a hand out, Mary Ashanti leader of our local NAACP wants to lower the 2.0 gpa standard required to be eligible for the  Wicomico County Economic Impact Scholarship Program.

The reasoning is it's difficult for black youths to reach that standard. A 2.0 GPA????? Are you kidding me. That is a C average. So instead of encouraging black youths to work hard to bring their average to a C so they are eligible for this Scholarship program, the NAACP wants to lower the standard. Do the leaders of the Black community not see you are doing injustice to your own people by telling Black youth that it's ok if they don't try hard to learn, you are going to give it to them anyway.

This my friends is the perfect example of how a hand up becomes a hand out. Please contact your County Council members and tell them to not lower this GPA requirement.

go here to email them

MSP Princess Anne Barrack Dui Arrests

Maryland State Police Princess Anne Barracks November DUI Arrests

The following persons were arrested by Troopers assigned to the Maryland State Police Princess Anne Barracks and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs during the month of November 2017:
  • Cody Lee Boswell, 25 YOA, Crisfield, MD
  • Toni Liesa Miles, 51 YOA, Princess Anne, MD
  • Mario Antonio Salazar, 43 YOA, Brawley, CA
  • Ronnie Lee Payne, 36 YOA, Princess Anne, MD
  • Kathy Marie Cropper, 40 YOA, Salisbury, MD
  • Marco Phillip Lee, 37 YOA, Quantico, MD
  • Jordan Alan Hitchens, 31 YOA, Huntingtown, MD

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Help Find Missing Cat