Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Photos From Princess Anne UMES Protest March

more photos and videos coming

I Am Stuck In The Bedlam In Princess Anne

All roads closed and protestors are marching , I cannot leave UMES Blvd

Msp salisbury responding to the area of 13 and UMES BLVD for approx 100 subjects in the roadway

Major traffic backups protestors blocking 13

Worcester county sherrif sending all road patrol units to assist

Live From Princess Anne Rally

Live From Princess Anne

Matt Maciarello Statement On Wicomico County Law Enforcement In Blatimore

I just got off the phone with Sheriff Mike Lewis. Our Sheriff and his men have been up all night having answered Governor Hogan's clarion call for assistance. Mike and his deputies were put right to work in the heart of the city. Please keep Mike and his deputies, the rest of law enforcement, the fire services, EMTs, the National Guard (including the men and women who just left from our County), the volunteers and good citizens of Baltimore City--who all represent, collectively, "the better angels of our nature"-- in your thoughts and your prayers today.

Our own Council President Jake Day is also on the ground with his unit in Baltimore

Princess Anne Schools On Code Yellow Lock Down Due To UMES Protesting

schools in princess anne are going on code yellow lock down at 1 due to protesting at umes

so far its supposed to be a peaceful rally

Protest Vs Riot

This is a Protest

This is a Riot

MSP Princess Anne Press Release

Apologies To Commenters

I want to apologize to people who have been leaving comments, I was reading through all of them and when I went to the top I hit delete instead of publish by accident..

Monday, April 27, 2015

Wicomico County Law Enforcement Heading To Baltimore To Help

The Wicomico county sheriffs office is sending officers and several national guard members who live in Wicomico are on their way to Baltimore

Baltimore Is Burning

State Of Emergency In Baltimore

National Guard are headed into the war zone to get Baltimore back under control

Governor Hogan has now declared a State of Emergency,

Governor Hogan has now declared a State of Emergency, and the Maryland National Guard is being sent


(PIKESVILLE, MD) -- The Maryland State Police is continuing to provide law enforcement assistance to the Baltimore Police Department in support of their ongoing public safety operations.

At the request of the Commissioner of the Baltimore Police Department, the Maryland State Police sent 42 troopers to Baltimore early this afternoon. At 4:00 p.m. today, another 40 troopers were ordered to duty and will be deploying to Baltimore early this evening to join the troopers already there. Troopers are being deployed where needed at the direction of Baltimore Police Department commanders.

Maryland State Police Superintendent Colonel William Pallozzi is coordinating the support operations of state troopers, to ensure requests are accommodated to the extent possible. He is monitoring events along with other officials at the Maryland Emergency Management Agency.

Since last Thursday, more than 280 state troopers have provided assistance in Baltimore. Maryland State Police will continue to provide assistance as requested by the Mayor of Baltimore and the Commissioner of the Baltimore Police Department.

Other police officers from state law enforcement agencies are also assisting. Those officers are from the Maryland Transportation Authority Police and the Maryland Capitol

Possible Police Impersonation

Please Share: "This vehicle attempted to pull me over on RT50 by Pittsville today. The vehicle had a blue light bar in the dash, no front tag and a Maryland Temp Tag on the back. THIS WAS NOT A POLICE OFFICER. They pulled me over and when an ambulance came up the road they sped off. I followed them and they cut through a church parking lot thinking I had turned off. I was only able to get these two photos. If you see this vehicle please call Officer B.Williams at the Wicomico County Sheriff's department!"

Credible Threat To Law Enforcement Warning

Are Movie Tickets Prices Keeping You Away?

As the summer box office seasons gets into full swing, the steadily rising costs of movie tickets has made a simple movie date into a vacation getaway.

Our local Regal Cinema 16 has an RPX theater which offers the best in movie quality and sound. Most movies as well are in real 3d which offers the modern 3d viewing experience with a pair of special glasses.

Lets look at the biggest movie coming out which I am super excited for Marvels Age Of Ultron.

There are 3 tiers of ticket prices both matinee and premium

RPX REAL 3D Matinee Cost is 15.75 per adult 
RPX REAL 3D Premium Cost is 18.38 per adult

REAL 3D Matinee Cost is 14.70 per adult
REAL 3D Premium Cost is 17.33 per adult

STANDARD Matinee Cost is 10.50 per adult
STANDARD Premium Cost is 13.13 per adult

The Average Cost of a Large Popcorn is around 7 dollars
The Average Cost of a Box Of Candy 3..50
The Average Cost of a Large Drink 5.50

Lets Go On A Date in prime time. 

36.76 for the tickets for RPX 3D
7 Dollars for a popcorn we split
2 Large drinks 10 dollars.

We are now sitting at 53.76 for the night, and we haven't even gone to dinner yet. In the past it used to be dinner and a movie where today it is dinner or a movie. Do these costs keep you away?

Somerset County Sheriff's reports most recent arrests

Steven Ray Holland of Crisfield, criminal summons served for malicious destruction of property. Holland was released on signature pending court actions.

Male juvenile arrested 4-21-15 at Washington High School. Deputies were called to the school for an assault on a female student. Deputies later arrested and charged a male student with second degree assault, and disturbing school operations. The juvenile was later released to parents pending juvenile court actions.

Keshawn L. Mills of Salisbury, arrested 4-22-15 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Mills was later held on a $250.00 bond.

James Allen Stanley of Salisbury, arrested 4-22-15 on a warrant for violation of probation. Stanley was later held without bond.

Tonya Shawna Cock of Seaford Delaware, arrested 4-23-15 on a warrant for 1st degree assault. Cock was later held on a $50,000 bond.

Warren Augustus Emory of Harrington Delaware, arrested 4-24-15 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Emory was later released on personal recognizance.

Clifton Jalani General of Washington DC, arrested 4-25-15 for driving under the influence of alcohol, and driving impaired by alcohol. General was later released on signature pending court actions. The arrest was the result of a parking complaint investigation  in the area of William P. Hytche Blvd, Princess Anne.

Aaron Jason Applegate of Crisfield, arrested 4-25-15 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Applegate was later held on a $500.00 bond.

Matthew Adam Mehl of Princess Anne, criminal summons served 4-25-15 for harassment, and trespassing. Mehl was later released on signature pending court actions.

Mayor Announces Day, Hoppes, Glanz to Lead City Effort on Fire Service

Mayor Announces Day, Hoppes, Glanz to Lead City Effort on Fire Service

Salisbury - Mayor James Ireton, Jr. announced today that Salisbury City Council President Jacob Day, Salisbury Fire Chief Richard Hoppes, and Salisbury Assistant City Administrator Julia Glanz will lead the City effort to secure a new and equitable fire service agreement with Wicomico County. Those meetings begin on April 28th, 2015 in the Government Office Building. At the insistence of Wicomico County leaders, the meeting is not open to the public.

Facts at Hand:

· The City responds to 62.95% of the total fire calls in the County
· The City responds to 66.71% of all EMS calls in the County
· The City serves 56.58% of the County population
· The City serves 58.38% of the County’s assessed valuation
· The City received only 23.87% of the County’s total funding for fire and EMS in FY14.

Solutions Put on the Table by Salisbury:

· Assessable Base Model
· 5-Year Reduction Plan
· Equitable Compensation Plan

“It is important to know that Salisbury has been seeking an equitable fire service agreement for 10 years,” said Mayor Ireton. “That is approximately 14 Million in free services provided by Salisbury taxpayers. We can negotiate boundaries for the fire district, but we cannot afford to give away any more money or provide more service. My trust in Mr. Day, Chief Hoppes, and Ms. Glanz is absolute. In the last 24 hours we have gotten a multitude of questions and we have provided the requested documentation and information, almost instantly. My job was to get the County to the table; the Council President’s job is to change the way we do business in providing fire/EMS service.”

City Fulfills Fire Information Requests in Less Than 24 Hours

City Fulfills Fire Information Requests in Less Than 24 Hours

Salisbury - Mayor James Ireton, Jr. today announced that the City has forwarded to the County Executive a complete list of responses to the questions received last Thursday afternoon.

Immediately upon receipt of the letter, Mayor Ireton tasked Fire Chief Richard Hoppes with gathering and assembling the requested data, with the goal of having it to the County Executive’s office by close of business, Friday, April 24th. The Mayor is pleased to announce that the City was able to provide the information in less than 24 hours, allowing the County as much time as possible to analyze it ahead of Tuesday’s meeting.

“We are pleased to—within the window of 24 hours—provide County Executive Culver with the requested information,” said Mayor Ireton. “As we begin hammering out a new agreement next Tuesday, I want the County to know of our commitment to transparency and timeliness.”

Friday, April 24, 2015

Pork In The Park Opening Day Photos Part 1

Pork In The Park Opening Day Photos Part 2

Washington High School ROTC Teacher Update

The Washington High School ROTC Instructor at the center of the investigation is a James McGee. I'm not allowing comments here since the investigation is still underway, but wanted to inform the public to stop some of the speculation as to the identity.