Sunday, August 28, 2011
If you have any information on Seaton's whereabouts, call 1-800 TIP-33-33.William is from the Bridgesville area
No bank account activity or any contact has been made for 2 weeks. Please if you know anything help this family out by calling the number above.
Anyone with information on Seaton's whereabouts is asked to call police at (302) 856-5850, ext. 222. Citizens may also provide a tip by texting keyword "DSP" plus your message to 274637 (CRIMES). Tipsters may also call to provide information through lines maintained by Delaware Crime Stoppers at (800) TIP-3333. Callers can also submit information via the Internet at www.tipsubmit.com.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 8/28/2011 07:21:00 PM
Thank goodness it looks like everyone stayed safe and we have all come out unscathed except for some limbs and tree damage. I have received some emails and questions on the curfews but people need to understand it is better safe than sorry. Just imagine if no curfew had been put in place people went out and got killed, then everyone would be bitching why a curfew wasn't in place. You just will not please everyone regardless.
I thought emergency service response was fantastic and I thank them for keeping people safe.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 8/28/2011 11:14:00 AM
Curfew Lifted 11:00 AM, City of Salisbury
Mayor James Ireton, Jr. announces Sunday morning that clean up begins after the hurricane leaves the area.
Delmarva Power continues to work as quickly as possible to restore electric outages that are affecting customers. Northwest quadrant of city has no electricity. Street lights and traffic signals are out in major intersections. The weather forecast for today is light occasional rain, strong winds, yet less than 40 MPH, lower wind strength after noon, and lower storm surge is estimated.
Effective 11:00 AM curfew lifted and civil emergency no longer in effect.
Roads that are closed as of 9:30 AM: This list is expected to grow.
Roads that are closed
N. Division St
at Germania Circle
at Oakdale St
End of shopping center
at N. Division due to tree
507 Park Ave limb down not passable
West Main Street
212 Linwood Street tree down with wires down.
The city crews will revisit the areas that are in flood plains and we’ll pass along any more street closures as soon as possible. Please respect the curfew until 11:00 AM so our emergency crews can clean up the areas affected by Hurricane Irene.
“There are many power outages and street lights inoperable throughout the City. Residents are asked to please be aware of first responders and public works officials as they make the public roads and areas safe for the community. Motorists must be advised that unnecessary travel today will delay utility and first responders as they work toward the restoration of services,” said Mayor Ireton.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 8/28/2011 10:22:00 AM
Flooded out totally in the Chesapeake Ave/Family Dollar area. National Guard blocking the road past Seventh Street, I heard because of a downed power line.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 8/28/2011 09:57:00 AM
Missing Subject: Robert D. Lentz Sr, W/M, 5-05, 120 lbs, bro Hair, 76 yrs old.
Vehicle: Light Blue 1999 Ford Contour
License: Maryland Tag: FLG861
Last Seen: Saturday, 08/27/2011 at 11:00 pm near the 2900 Ocean Gateway in Cambridge, Maryland
Contact: Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office at 410-228-4141 or 911
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 8/28/2011 01:31:00 AM