Thursday, March 5, 2015

I Have Had An Epiphany Be Here Tomorrow

Somerset and Wicomico County Schools CLOSED tomorrow

Do Yourself A Favor Stay Off Roads

Accidents abound everywhere

Be Sure Check Out WRDE Link On Left Hand Side

SPD looking for missing juvenile, Justin Lee Wad

SPD looking for missing juvenile, Justin Lee Wade..LKL Rt13 near PRMC LSW dk shirt, dk jean

last seen in Princess Anne near the Hardee's.

original post yesterday 9:44pm

Somerset County will be under a snow emergency plan At 11 AM

Effective 1100hrs on Thursday 05/05/15 Somerset County will be under a snow emergency plan.

Salisbury might eliminate election primaries for city offices

The City Council plans to eliminate primary elections, a matter council members intended to do when they created five voting districts in September.

“We believe primaries are not necessary,” City Council President Jake Day said.

“You don’t need to cull the group of people running. It was unnecessary before and now, with many districts, it’s already divided into a smaller number. We hope there will be people running in every district,” he said.

Also, voter turnout has been low, Day said.

City Council members will discuss the elimination of primaries, but it’s certain to become official, Day said. No council members are opposed.

An ordinance that will go before the City Council states city leaders have decided it is in the best interest, to eliminate and amend the code.

read more here

UMES will close at noon; SU will close at 12:30 p.m. due to weather conditions

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Thursday Morning 5-9am with Mike Bradley and the WGMD Morning Team.

Thursday Morning 5-9am with Mike Bradley and the WGMD Morning Team...We will have all your Winter Weather Coverage...Wayne Cannon's 'Getting Ready for the Weekend'...More of our 'Munch Madness 2015'...tickets to Gerald Hocker's '33rd Annual Spring Jamboree' and More...Don't forget each morning we kick things off with 'First Light Delmarva' at 5:08..We also have our 'Ice Breaker', Captain Bill's Fishing Report (On Break until Spring), Melvin Joseph Racing Report, Our Daily Conversation with Accuweather Meteorologist Joe Lundberg and the 'Rush Morning Update'...You can also listen on the stream at wgmd.com or on the TuneIn Radio App

Station 7 Official Notice Of Closing

"It is with heavy hearts and much regret that we have to make this statement. Station 7 Restaurant is coming to a close. We are disappointed that there are circumstances beyond our control that are preventing us from continuing. We understand at the end of the day it's all about the bottom line, but we also understand it's about real people, jobs and being a part of the community. That being said, We will continue to operate normal hours through Saturday night. Please stop in for one last meal, drink or just to say good bye. We appreciate and Thank You for letting us be a part of the neighborhood for so long, Thank you to the Firefighting, EMS, Police community for all your support over the years - it has been our pleasure to serve all of you, You will be missed. Please be safe as you serve us.
We would like to thank all the staff past and present for your hard work. We could not have done it without you. It was a pleasure to watch our staff go from teenagers to young adults and move forward with their lives. Thank you to all the moms and dads who worked with us over the years to make ends meet, you are also heroes. Thank you to the crew of employees that have hung with us for so long through all the ups and downs, you guys rock and we will miss you more then words can express. This business is about so much more then just putting food on a plate and dollars in the bank.
Lastly, I would like to say this. Station 7 has had one hell of a run. We had the deck stacked against us since before the day we opened the doors in 2006. We never gave up and we never gave in even though our economy headed south as soon as we opened the doors. Sure we have made plenty of mistakes and learned along the way, but we took our lumps and moved on. We knew this would be good for the area. The one thing that held us together and kept us in the fight was you the every day customer. Thanks again for letting Station 7 be a part of your lives.
Last day of service: 3/8/2015"

Winter Storm Warning just issued for Wicomico, Dorchester, Worcester, and Somerset.

Deputy First Class Benjamin Jones An Example Of What Law Enforcement Put On The Line For Us Each Day

Deputy First Class Benjamin Jones was in a life and death struggle with Fednel Rhinvil after Fednel fled from Officers and pulled a gun while in a violent struggle with Jones. Jones was on his back during the struggle with a suspect who pulled a gun out and was able to pull his own pistol and shoot the suspect fatally before Rhinvil did the same to him and possible other officers. This is what Law Enforcement do for us everyday, put their lives on the line to keep us safe from the Fednel Rhinvil's of the world. Thank you Deputy First Class Benjamin Jones for keeping us safe

Delmar Weather First Snowfall Predictions


A very dynamic and complex winter storm is expected to barrel down on us starting late tomorrow evening through Thursday.

All locations will begin as rain. Rain will begin to transition to sleet and snow from north to south as a arctic front moves in. At the same time, a area of low pressure will develop along the boundary as it moves offshore of Virginia.

Rain will be heavy at times with temperatures in the 50s. As the day goes on, temperatures will begin to crash down below freezing. Big concerns of a flash freeze that will create a travel nightmare.

Snow accumulations will be the heaviest depending on how quickly the rain changes over to snow. Locations in Sussex County and northward have the greatest possibility of reaching 6in or more. Model guidance has been bitter sweet with the timing and the amount of precipitation that pulls in as the transition occurs.

These totals could rapidly change in either direction as we head into tomorrow to get a better judgement.

Preparations should be taken into effect. Road conditions are expected to be very disruptive.

Keep checking back with us as we get the latest details here on our Facebook page.

We strive to be Delmarva's Winter Weather Authority!

-Delmar Weather Team

List Of Known Albero Helpers And Suppliers Of Info

This is a preliminary list of people who either help Albero run his website or supply him info to attack other people.

Virginia Morrison who is Contributor, Johnny Miller who is Beezer, John Palmer who contacts people trying to sabotage our bond rating , Tim Spies known Albero ally , Mike McDermott frequent contributor to his site, and of course his BFF Bob Culver and Joe Holloway .

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Fednel Rhinvil Had Past History With Violence Toward Police Officers

The suspect who was fatally wounded early this AM after a struggle with a WCSO Deputy had a past history with Violence Toward Police Officers. These are charges from Naples Florida where he came from



(SALISBURY, MD) – An armed Wicomico County man was fatally wounded early this morning when he pulled his gun during a struggle with a deputy sheriff in that county.

The deceased man is identified as Fednel (nmn) Rhinvil, 25, of the 700-block of Dennis Street, Salisbury, Md. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office deputy is identified as Deputy First Class Benjamin Jones, 35, a 14-year-veteran of the department. The deputy sustained an injury to his hand during a fight with Rhinvil. He was treated at Peninsula Regional Medical Center and released.

Sheriff Lewis contacted the Maryland State Police Homicide Unit and requested its investigators conduct the police involved shooting investigation. Assistance is being provided by the State Police Criminal Enforcement Division, the Salisbury Police, the Wicomico County State’s Attorney’s Office, the Sheriff’s Office, and the Wicomico County Bureau of Investigation.

The preliminary investigation indicates that at about 1:45 a.m. today, the deputy was patrolling in the 700-block of Dennis Street when he saw two individuals walking on the street near East Road. Deputies had been informed yesterday of information involving threats that had been made to ‘shoot up’ a house on Olivia Street, one block over. Citizens had also contacted the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office recently requesting increased patrols in the area. The deputy stopped and attempted to conduct a brief field interview with the two people on the street.

When the deputy called to the men, one stopped, but the other, later identified as Rhinvil, continued walking. The deputy repeated his request to stop and the man began running. The deputy pursued on foot and caught Rhinvil as he scaled a fence.

The investigation indicates a fight ensued and the deputy was pinned on the ground on his back. As he struggled to escape, the deputy saw Rhinvil pull a handgun from his pocket. Fearing for his life, the deputy pulled his department-issued .45 caliber Glock pistol and shot Rhinvil.

It is not believed Rhinvil fired his gun. Emergency medical services personnel responded, but Rhinvil was pronounced dead at the scene.

Investigators have recovered a loaded and cocked revolver from the scene. It will be forwarded to the Maryland State Police Forensic Sciences Division for investigation and analysis. Rhinvil’s body has been transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore for an autopsy.

Investigators have been working throughout the day contacting residents in the area and attempting to identify witnesses. Anyone who may have been a witness is urged to contact Maryland State Police investigators at the Salisbury Barrack, at 410-749-3101 x138.

The Maryland State Police Homicide Unit investigation is continuing. Upon completion, the investigation will be forwarded to the Wicomico County State’s Attorney’s Office for review.

Sheriff Lewis has placed the deputy on routine administrative leave, as is procedure. He will be asking the Maryland State Police Internal Affairs Unit to conduct a concurrent investigation into the police involved shooting.

Is There Something In Joe Holloway's Past That Clouds His Judgement On The Board Of Education?

Joe Holloway has been a very vocal opponent of the Board Of Education and their funding and the question has arisen if Joe Holloway being a dropout has blinded him of the importance of education.

The rumors are that Joe parted ways from the public school system in a very bad way and that this incident has made him biased toward anything Board of Education related.

Watch how out of control he gets when the discussion turns to school funding and how he opposes it. I think Joe should be honest and say whether he does hold the bias because of his past experience or lack thereof since he dropped out

Bob Culver Attempting To Bully County Council Members Using Un Official PIO Albero

Bob Culver has his Public Information Officer Albero issuing threats to County Council members regarding their vote on the Schools tonight with posts like the following

"I am hopeful that what we will see tonight is Republicans united in their support of the taxpayers wish to rein in spending. If they are disrespectful of the voters who elected them and align themselves with the views of Mike Dunn, John Fredericksen and other tax and spend liberals. I will spend the next 3.5+ years exposing these alleged REPUBLICANS who SUCKERED you voters by claiming to be conservative for exactly who and what they are. "

I want to chime in on the other side and make this clear. Any of the elected Officials that do not do the right thing by the numerous voices speaking out in support of redoing these Schools I will spend the next 3 1/2 years exposing them to the voters. Any elected Officials continuing to use sbynews or Joe Albero for personal attacks against this community I am also going to expose you as well. Ask Debbie Campbell what happens .You want a war for this community you got it..game on

Bob Culver Has Wasted $7,314.60 On Office Makeover So Far

Bob smiling because he loves wasting the money

Suspect Killed Overnight In Salisbury Breaking News

Preliminary information is the foot pursuit of a fleeing suspect ended in a close quarters fight for the Deputies life when the suspect pulled a gun and the Deputy opened fire striking and killing the suspect. Please remember how much these brave men and women put on the line every day and night to keep us safe. The Officer was thankfully ok. The incident occurred near Dennis Street

Officer Involved Shooting Overnight

A Wicomico County Sheriffs Deputy who was in a foot pursuit was involved in a scary situation overnight when the suspect was shot..more details to come this happened off of Dennis street

Shots fired at 709 Dennis street.

Monday, March 2, 2015

Station 7 In Pittsville Has Gone Out Of Business

As expected with any business that advertises with the scum of the earth Albero , Station 7 is out of business. Associating with Albero cost them many visitors as I know multitudes that refused to go because of that association, Another factor the eyesore albero shit property across the street that is a bird sanctuary

SPD Investigating Daylight Armed Robbery

SPD invest robbery of vic area cherry st, 2 susp, both w/ dreadlocks, susp in blk dodge charger md reg, no injuries

Breaking News Body Found In Salisbury


510 North West Road a body was located

Eagle recycling

no foul play suspected

Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Press Release

Worcester County Sheriff’s Office
Press Release

On 02/26/2015 Worcester County Deputies responded to a residence on Cedar Lane regarding a fight that was in progress.

Upon arrival Deputies located a subject that had injuries and was complaining of pain in his shoulder and blood on his face. The victim’s clothes were in disarray and it was apparent a fight had occurred.

The victim stated that Kevin Ray Cropper, age 32 of Berlin had assaulted him and shoved another family member down across furniture causing their shoulder to dislocate.

While investigating the dispute, Mr. Cropper was located a short distance from the scene Mr. Cropper lunged at a Deputy and assaulted the Deputy.

Mr. Cropper was arrested and charged with the following;

Assault 1st Degree
Assault 2nd Degree
Assault 2nd Degree Law Enforcement Officer
Reckless Endangerment

Mr. Cropper was held on no bond at the Worcester County Jail.

Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Press Release

On February 24th 2015 Worcester County Sheriff’s Office conducted compliance checks of establishments that sell tobacco products. We are pleased to identify the following establishments that DID NOT sell tobacco products to underage people. We would like to thank the following establishments for their diligence in trying to keep tobacco products out of the hands of underage people.











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Ireton to Travel with Maryland Mayors to Lobby Annapolis for Tax Fairness

Salisbury - Mayor James Ireton, Jr. has joined the Maryland Mayors Association to lobby for tax fairness for city residents across Maryland.       Mayor Ireton, 1st Vice President of the Maryland Mayors Association, will lobby in Annapolis in support of HB690—the “Property Tax Fairness Act of 2015”—on Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 at 1:00 p.m.  The hearing, in room 131 of the House Office Building, is assigned to the Ways and Means Committee.       HB690, introduced by Delegate Carol Krimm (D-MD 3A) seeks to re categorize remaining counties in Maryland from “may” produce a tax setoff for municipalities to “shall” produce a tax setoff for municipalities.  This would mean counties must provide a property tax setoff if a county and a municipality within the county are providing parallel services paid for with property tax dollars.  Under current law, Wicomico County “may” provide a property tax setoff for duplicated services, but is not required to.     “This is my ‘Mr. Ireton goes to Annapolis’ moment,” said the Mayor.  “Maryland counties have balanced their budgets on the backs of Maryland cities for far too long.  I come to Annapolis on behalf of Salisbury, Delmar, Fruitland, Ocean City, Crisfield, and the more than 900,000 Marylanders who live in municipalities that are taxed by counties.  These overtaxed citizens are waiting for those who promised tax relief to make good on those promises.  HB690 is tax fairness.  HB690 is smart growth.  HB690 is long overdue.  I urge Governor Hogan, Wicomico County Executive Bob Culver, Delegates Carl Anderton, Mary Beth Carozza, Johnny Mautz, Chris Adams, and Sheree Sample-Hughes to support this legislation.  I join mayors that represent hundreds of thousands of Marylanders to say it’s time to end double-taxation.  Pass the Property Tax Fairness Act of 2015.”     In Brief:     -Mayor Ireton will lobby with MMA in support of the Property Tax Fairness Act of 2015 (HB 690) on Wednesday, March 4th at the State House in Annapolis.     -HB 690 would mandate tax setoffs for municipalities which provide duplicated services paid for with county property tax dollars.     -In Maryland, 917,027 people live within incorporated municipalities aside from Baltimore City. This makes up 15.5% of the State’s population.

Wicomico County Sheriff Press Releases March 2, 2015

Press Releases March 2, 2015

Incident: Possession of Crack Cocaine

Date of Incident: 27 February 2015

Location:  Seminole Boulevard, Salisbury, MD

Suspect: Queenemma F. Makoa, 39, Salisbury, MD
Narrative: On 27 Feb 2015 at 9:46 PM a deputy stopped a vehicle on Seminole Boulevard for an equipment violation. During the traffic stop the deputy detected a strong odor of marijuana emanating from a passenger, Queenemma Makoa. A search of Makoa’s person revealed nine individually wrapped baggies containing what was identified as crack cocaine and one baggie containing what was identified as marijuana.

The deputy placed Makoa under arrest and transported her to the Central Booking Unit where she was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. After an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Makoa in the Detention Center in lieu of $5,000.00 bond.

Charges:  Possession of CDS with the Intent to Distribute

Incident: Driving While Suspended

Date of Incident: 27 February 2015

Location:  Salisbury Boulevard at Church Street, Salisbury, MD

Suspect: Ross Allan Hurley, 40, Vienna,MD
Narrative: On 27 Feb 2015 at 9:23 AM a deputy conducted a registration plate query on a vehicle that was operated by Ross Hurley of Vienna MD and discovered that the plates did not belong on the vehicle that Hurley was operating. Upon stopping Hurley, the deputy then discovered that Hurley was knowingly operating his vehicle while his privilege to drive had been suspended by the State of Maryland.

The deputy also discovered that Hurley had no insurance on the vehicle either.

The deputy placed Hurley under arrest and transported him to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner released Hurley on Personal Recognizance.

Charges:  Operating an Unregistered Motor Vehicle, Driving Uninsured Vehicle and Driving While Suspended


Incident: Assault

Date of Incident: 27 February 2015

Location:  1000 block of Beaglin Park Drive, Salisbury, MD

Suspect: Chad Lamont Collins, 32, Pocomoke City. MD
Narrative: On 27 Feb 2015 at 1:00 PM a deputy located and arrested Chad Collins in connection with an assault that had reportedly occurred earlier in the week. According to the complainant in this case,Collins stands accused of assaulting a female subject and then taking cash from her without permission.

Upon arrest, the deputy transported Collins to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. After an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Collins in the Detention Center in lieu of $30,000.00 bond.

Charges:  Assault 2nd Degree and Theft less than $100.00


Incident: Driving While Suspended

Date of Incident: 28 February 2015

Location:  U.S. Rt. 50 at Porter Mill Road, Hebron, MD

Suspect: Valentine I. Anamelchi, 29,Washington, D.C.
Narrative: On 28 Feb 2015 at 9:46 PM a deputy stopped a vehicle on U.S. Route 50 in the Hebron area because the deputy observed that the vehicle’s registration expired in March 2014. Upon making contact with the operator, Valentine Anamelchi, he provided a picture of his driver’s license.Upon conducting a query of the driving privilege of Anamelchi, the deputy discovered that not only was his driving privilege suspended by the District of Columbia, but that he had been recently charged with Driving Suspended and was awaiting a court date on that charge.

The deputy placed Anamelchi under arrest and transported him to the Central Booking unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. After an initial appearance, the Commissioner released Anamelchi on Personal Recognizance.

Charges:  Driving While Suspended

Releasing Authority: Lt. Tim Robinson        Date:  2 March 2015