Monday, September 26, 2016

First Shore Federal Mt Hermon Road Just Robbed





Wicomico Co. Woman Arrested for Domestic Stabbing



Wicomico Co. Woman Arrested for Domestic Stabbing

September 26, 2015

(DELMAR, MD) – On Sunday, September 25, 2016 the Maryland State Police Salisbury Barrack responded to Peninsula Regional Medical Center (PRMC) to speak with James H. Parrott, 31, of Delmar, Md., who was the victim of a stabbing.

Troopers with the Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Division were contacted to assume the investigation, and were assisted by the Maryland State Police Salisbury Barrack, and members of the Wicomico Sheriff’s Office.

Investigators learned Parrott and the suspect Denys A. Powell, 39, of Delmar, Md., were in a relationship and lived together at their residence located in the 1100 block of East State Street, Delmar, Md.

During the late morning hours of Sunday, September 25, 2016 Parrott and Powell became engaged in a verbal argument at their residence. During the course of the argument Powell, grabbed a kitchen knife and stabbed Parrott in the back as he was preparing to leave.

Parrott left the residence and contacted family members for medical assistance before being taken to PRMC where he was ultimately treated and released for non-life threatening injuries.

The residence where the incident occurred was processed by investigators, yielding recovery of evidence related to the crime.

Powell was arrested and charged with First Degree assault, and related charges. Powell was taken to the Wicomico County Detention Center.








Maryland State Police News Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 09/26/2016

Type of Incident: Checkpoint Strikeforce
Date and Time: 09/25/2016 1800-2400 hours
Location: Westbound Route 50 @ Woodyard Road, Willards, Maryland


Narrative: A cooperative effort between the Maryland State Police, the Salisbury City Police Department, and the State Highway Administration netted the arrest of two suspected impaired motorists. Additionally, one motorist was apprehended for an outstanding warrant and one motorist charged with a controlled dangerous substance offense.

​ The arrest stemmed from operation “Checkpoint Strikeforce” which was conducted at Westbound Route 50 @ Woodyard Road in Willards Maryland. The operation was conducted between 7:00 pm Sunday night through 12:00 am. 450 vehicles were checked during the operation. The checkpoint was manned by 10 State Troopers and one Salisbury City K-9 unit. The State Highway Administration provided traffic control and overhead lighting.

​ During the Checkpoint 7 motorist were pulled to the side for additional field sobriety testing. Of these 7, 2 were arrested and charged with Driving While Impaired.



All persons charged with a crime are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
News releases are a service of the Maryland State Police.
Contact the barrack, division, or unit issuing this release for more information.

Maryland State Police News Release




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How Was Everyone's Weekend?

Beautiful fall temperatures are here with clear skies .



Sunday, September 25, 2016

Somerset County Sheriff's Office reports most recent arrests

Augustin Perez Yata of Pocomoke, arrested 8-27-16 for driving while under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol, driving without a license, driving on a revoked license, reckless driving, and negligent driving. Yata was later released on citations pending court actions. The arrest was the result of a traffic stop conducted by Deputies in the area of Old Westover Rd.

James William Taylor Jr. of Eden, arrested 8-28-16 for driving while under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol, driving without a license, and driving on a suspended driver’s license. Taylor was later released on citations pending court actions. The arrest was the result of an investigation of vehicle call in the area of Somerset Ave, and Asbury Ave, Crisfield.

Michelle Christine Dize, and juvenile female arrested 9-1-16 for 2nd degree domestic assault. Dize was later released on personal recognizance, the juvenile was released to a parent. The arrests were the result of a reported domestic disturbance call at a residence on Old State Rd, Crisfield.

Donald E. Moore Jr. of Upper Fairmount, arrested 9-1-16 on a parole retake warrant and simple possession of marijuana. Moore was later released to ECI Officers. The arrest was the result of a dirt bike complaint in the area of Upper Fairmount Rd, and Jones factory Rd.

Stanford Leon Broome of Princess Anne, arrested 9-5-16 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Broome was later held on a $500.00 bond.

Cody Bruce Lee of Salisbury, arrested 9-5-16 on a warrants for failing to appear in court. Lee was later released on a $1,500 unsecured bond.

Torrell Johnson of Salisbury, arrested 9-7-16 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Johnson was later held on a $500.00 bond.

Terry Alonza Milbourne Jr, Chovan Demik Hutley and juvenile from Salisbury, arrested 9-10-16 for possession with the intent to deliver cocaine, marijuana, and ecstasy. Milbourne and Hutley were later held at the Detention Center, the juvenile was released to a parent. The arrest was the result of a traffic stop conducted by Deputies in the area of Ocean Highway, and Fishing Hole Lane. Deputies recovered cash, cocaine, marijuana, and ecstasy from the vehicle after a K-9 narcotics scan.

Ronnie Sterling Sr. of Crisfield, arrested 9-13-16 on a warrant for possession of marijuana, CDS possession with the intent to distribute, and manufacturing CDS. Sterling was later released on a $20,000 unsecured bond.

Clayton Lynn Hocker of Princess Anne, arrested 9-23-16 for driving while impaired by alcohol, and driving while under the influence of alcohol. Hocker was later released on citations pending court actions. The arrest was the result of a traffic stop in the area of Whitehaven Ferry Rd.



Saturday, September 24, 2016

Back page The New Online Whore Shop All





Yes if you read the prostitution sting report from Ocean City Police you will see that the busts were set up through backpage. It has become the new modern age online  "street corner" for people looking for "companionship" You knew with modern times modern "ladies" would be finding better ways than standing on 13 in fish nets and push up bras. The good thing is Police have these covered as well

Backpage The New Online Whore Shop All


Yes if you read the prostitution sting report from Ocean City Police you will see that the busts were set up through backpage. It has become the new modern age online  "street corner" for people looking for "companionship" You knew with modern times modern "ladies" would be finding better ways than standing on 13 in fish nets and push up bras. The good thing is Police have these covered as well

Friday, September 23, 2016

Faith Community Church Fall Festival OCT 1st


Crisfield High Teacher Just Arrested For Drugs


Police have arrested a Crisfield High Teacher for drug related offenses... I know the name but not going to release yet..

Bonnie Townsend Crockett was the teacher

Why Don't People Understand The Law


The thing I just don't understand is when people do not obey the law and something bad happens, they cry foul. If you are told by Law Enforcement to not move, it isn't open to debate..you stop moving. If you are told to keep your hands up, you keep them up. All these protesters that get out and march just are out of touch with reality. Obey the law and bad things won't happen it is very simple. If you are told to exit your vehicle and you refuse, they are going to drag you out. Don't afterward cry about excessive force when your fighting the officers and holding onto the steering wheel.

Officers have to make split second decisions about your intent, and when you don't listen to commands and do things like walk back toward vehicle (which are weapons btw)you are likely to get shot. That's not the Police's fault..that's yours. I don't care what color you are. POLICE ARE NOT TARGETING BLACKS!!

Honestly Black people have it better now than ever before, because honestly with the stupidity displayed by the Ferguson, Baltimore, Charlotte crowds Police do not even want to be involved with stopping black people.

I Support America's Law Enforcement Officers!!!


Thursday, September 22, 2016

Death Investigation In Marion Station, MD



September 22, 2016
(Marion Station, MD) – On 09/21/2016 at approximately 1000 hours, Troopers from the Maryland State Police Princess Anne Barrack responded to Landon Store Road, Marion Station MD regarding a report for a discovered body.

A utility company was digging a power line at a residence when the excavator located a white medical container approximately 2-3ft underground. Inside of the box was what appeared to be a baby blanket with human remains which contained a hospital bracelet with the word “Baby” written on it.

Investigators from the Princess Anne Criminal Enforcement Division responded and took over the investigation. It was learned that the previous homeowner was deceased but still had family located in the area. Contact was made with family members and it was discovered that the previous homeowner had a baby that had died at birth in 1971. The baby was buried in the front yard of the residence near a flower garden at the family’s request. The location where the utility company was digging on today’s date is where the flower garden was located in 1971.

The body was then transported to Medical Examiner’s Office for proper burial.

Trooper First Class Tyler, Maryland State Police Princess Anne Barrack, (443) 260-3700



Car Seat Safety Check This Saturday


Princess Anne Elementary On Lockdown Code Orange

Subject ran from princess Anne police School was put on lockdown as precaution

ARREST MADE IN DELMAR APARTMENT FIRE WICOMICO COUNTY

(September 22, 2016) Deputy State Fire Marshals have made an arrest in connection with an apartment fire which occurred on June 2nd 2016. The investigation concluded that Jamie N. Joynes (31) was responsible for setting a fire at 304 E. Elizabeth Street in Delmar, MD. An arrest warrant was obtained charging Joynes with 1st Degree Arson, 2nd Degree Arson, Malicious Burning 1st Degree, Malicious Destruction of Property and two counts of Reckless Endangerment.

The one alarm fire was reported at 7:45 am on June 2nd and brought 30 firefighters from Delmar, Hebron and Salisbury Station #2. The fire was brought under control within 20 minutes and caused an estimated $60,000.00 in total damages.

Deputy State Fire Marshals served the arrest warrant and took Joynes into custody at a residence in Frederica Delaware with the assistance of the Delaware State Police. Joynes was seen by a Delaware Justice of the Peace where she waived and consented to extradition. Joynes was then transported to the Wicomico County Detention Center and is being held on $75,000.00 bond.

If convicted of all charges, Joynes faces 68 years incarceration and / or $97,500.00 dollars in fines.

The Office of the State Fire Marshal is an agency of the Department of State Police dedicated to helping protect citizens from fire and explosion through a comprehensive program of education, inspection, investigation and fire protection engineering. For more information on fire safety call 1-800-525-3124, log onto our website at: Maryland State Fire Marshal and/or our Facebook Page.



This Video Below Is The Most Honest Ever On What Is Happening In This Country

Cambridge Police Investigating Fatal Shooting

Press Release: On 09/21/16 at approximately 8:45 pm Cambridge Police was called to the 500 block of Saunders Avenue in reference to a shooting. Upon arrival a male victim was located with a gunshot wound to his torso area. Life-saving techniques were administered but despite efforts the victim succumbed to his injuries at the hospital. This investigation is ongoing and updates will be provided as information becomes available.

Salisbury Barrack DUI Arrest from 9/06/2016 to 09/16/2016

Salisbury Barrack DUI Arrest from 9/06/2016 to 09/16/2016:

Josue Sanchez 29yoa Salisbury, MD

Amber Marie Lee 25yoa Salisbury, MD

Ronald Dean Showand 68yoa Delaware

Mary Jane Doyle 51yoa Delaware

Philip Lee Robinson 44yoa Ohio

Daniel James Baumgartner 34yoa Virginia

Richard Shawn Whetzel 31yoa Baltimore, MD

Kevin Laurel Delos Santos 22yoa Baltimore, MD

Antonio Gonzolo Belote 30yoa Salisbury, MD



Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Remains Found In Somerset Today

Sad news out of Somerset as the remains of a still born baby from 1971 were discovered on a family property by workers . No suspicious circumstances



Ocean City Police Arrest Three in Human Trafficking Operation

OCEAN CITY, MD – (September 21, 2016): The Ocean City Police Department and Homeland Security Investigations Baltimore recently conducted a joint investigation into human trafficking and prostitution in the resort town with assistance from the Worcester County Bureau of Investigations and Maryland State Police.
On the evenings of September 15 and 16, three individuals were arrested after detectives conducted an operation at an Ocean City hotel. During the course of the operation, detectives seized over 270 baggies of heroin totaling a street value of $1,200, a small amount of marijuana, $350 in U.S. Currency, a 2011 Honda Odyssey mini-van, five cell phones and a police-style baton.
Ocean City police arrested Jamaica A. Brickhouse, 24, of Elkton, MD, Shadia E. Kelliehan, 33, of Burtonsville, MD, and Danielle N. Young, 28, of Ocean View, DE. Brickhouse and Kelliehan were both charged with prostitution while Young was charged with prostitution, possession of heroin and possession of heroin with intent to distribute. Each of the arrestees were seen by a Maryland District Court Commissioner. Brickhouse and Kelliehan were released on personal recognizance. Young was transferred to the Worcester County Jail on $75,000 bond. Each individual was offered victim services through Homeland Security Investigations.

Worcester County Rabies Clinic October 5th and 6th


Darren Francis Wanted In Ocean City

Humane Society Of Wicomico Quarter Auction


Wednesday Afternoon Rumor Mill


I had people request a generic rumor mill style post and. Here it is. I will post it each Wednesday for you to share rumors. Please be aware I will not publish slander about someone with no proof

Have The NFL Protests Changed Your Watching Habits?

I have received many comments about how disgusted people are with the NFL since the protest crap started. Have you changed your view on the league because of this?



Susie Stiltner Missing



Imagine the person you love more than anyone in life just vanishing without a trace. You never hear their voice again or see their face, hear them tell you they love you. Now imagine 4 years going by and not knowing where this person is. This is the lift that the loved ones of Susie deal with every day of their lives since she went missing. I ask you please if you know anything or heard anything about Susie, call the police or leave me an anonymous comment and I will share it with them..

Media Trying To Make Police Officers Look Guilty Once Again In Tulsa

In the past few days the media and cop hater groups like BLM and SURJ have swarmed all over the shooting of Terence Crutcher in Tulsa as the media incorrectly stated he had his hands up and was just shot down because he was black. This is incorrect and untrue.Mr Crutcher again like many incidents did not listen to Police who told him to not return to his vehicle. Mr Crutcher did not listen and the end result is what is being shown. His right hand reached down and was not up when he was shot. I want to share a very sad video that is shown as a training tool for law enforcement around the Country. Warning Graphic Content. Police Officers are faced with this everyday, and the groups that try to blame the Police for their issues are disgusting. I am sorry Mr Crutcher died, but again he did not listen to the Police and allowing someone to walk back to their vehicle and reach down whether for door or gun is going to cause Officers to assume the worst as the video below shows what can happen.


Renewal of Water Service, E. Railroad Ave.


Renewal of Water Service, E. Railroad Ave.

On Wednesday, September 21, 2016, as part of the City of Salisbury’s efforts to improve water distribution, The Department of Public Works will be renewing a water service located at 621 East Railroad Avenue. East Railroad Avenue from Baker Street to Barclay Street will be non-passable to emergency vehicles. The work will be performed starting at 9:00 a.m. and is expected to conclude by 4:00 p.m. today.

All locators and Central Alarm will be notified of this event. We appreciate your patience and consideration. Please contact the Public Works Utilities Branch at 410-548-3105 for more information if needed.







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