INCIDENT: MDOP DATE / TIME: April 1st, 2017 @ Unknown LOCATION: Old Love Point Park & RT 8 Pier VICTIM: QA County DETAILS: It was reported that unknown person(s) had spray painted purple offensive […]
Archive for June, 2015
Jun 29, 2015 1:14 PM. DENTON, Md. – Fire officials are continuing to investigate a fire they say destroyed a mobile home in Denton’s Tower Trailer Park Saturday afternoon. The Office of the State Fire Marshal has not yet revealed the cause of the fire but asks that anyone with information call the Arson Hotline […]
Interested in electronics and computer programming? Don’t miss this two-day, hands-on, interactive program for teens entering grades 7-9. Learn the basics of electronic circuitry and computer programming using two simple platforms. Day One features the Little Bits system, a set of electronic modules that snap together with magnets to allow anyone to learn, build, […]
GREENSBORO, Md. On Wednesday night, both State Police and the Greensboro Police Department responded to the 25000 block of Hill Road for a reported shooting. Upon arrival, police found 18-year-old Corey Mayes suffering from a single gunshot wound to the torso. He was transported to Kent General Hospital in Dover for treatment. One of the […]
Pictured: Jean McGeeney is the Compass Regional Hospice Volunteer of the Month Compass Regional Hospice chose Jean McGeeney as volunteer of the month. She was recognized for her role as a volunteer at Estate Treasures, an upscale resale shop in Chester that benefits Compass Regional Hospice. Members of the Compass Regional Hospice […]
Denton Police served Tierrance Wright, 55 of Denton, Police charged Dane Smith, 23 of Wilmington DE, Police charged Armondo Perez, 44 of Denton, Police arrested Taylor Stylc, 19 of Preston.
Date 06/07/2015 Time 10:07 Theft Scheme Under $500 Location: 800 block S 5TH AV. Denton Police served Tierrance Wright, 55 of Denton, with a criminal summons for theft. Food Lion staff reported observing Wright placing items, having an approximate value of $110.00, under a coat Wright was wearing and leave the store without paying for […]
Pictured: Diana Lapsley and Audrey Clemens of the Women’s Club of Caroline County present a check to Debby Bennett, Executive Director, Caroline County Public Library. The Women’s Club of Caroline County recently awarded a grant of $1000 to the Caroline County Public Library for the purchase of digitization equipment. The library is beginning work […]
Single parents today certainly have their hands full between work, caring for their kids and of course, trying to have a life. Camp Pecometh in Centerville MD can help with all of that. Join them for their Single Parent Family Retreat July 17-19 for an opportunity for both parents and kids to spend time together–and […]
Above: Amanda Courie with Children’s Illustrator Brian Collier and her daughter Leland Courie at the ESRL-funded and organized visit with third grade students from all five Caroline County Elementary Schools on April 15, 2015. Amanda Courie, Youth Services manager for Caroline County Public Library was recently named the Citizens for Maryland Libraries (CML) […]
Sheriff’s Office Charged Logan James Walls of Goldsboro, Maryland With Second Degree Assault – Single Vehicle, Airplane, Emergency Landing Cambridge-Dorchester Airport.
On 6/9/15 at 2000 hours, Cpl Bodnar of the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office met with a complainant at CCSO regarding an assault. Investigation revealed that the victim, Ella May Wothers, stated she was retrieving belongings from her ex boyfriend, Logan James Walls’s residence. While at the residence, Wothers and Walls at one point became […]
Byron Drummond of Denton, Heroin Kingpin Gets 20 Years – Caroline County Heroin Wiretap Prosecutions Net over 100 years of Prison Time.
June 22, 2015 Caroline County Heroin Wiretap Prosecutions Net over 100 years of Prison Time One year after the first arrests were made, Caroline County State’s Attorney Jonathan G. Newell announced the prosecutions of twenty-five co-defendants indicted by the Caroline County Grand Jury last summer were winding down. “A year ago, heroin was spreading […]