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Three suspects arrested for alleged $11,100 auto shop burglary in Delaware

DELMAR, Del. - Three people are facing several charges after police say they burglarized an auto shop, stealing thousands of dollars worth of items. Stacy Dyson, 41, of Delmar, Timothy Dyson, 38, and Michael Lecates, 22, were all arrested after police were called to a reported burglary at West Auto located at 36609 Sussex Highway in Delmar on Friday.
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ADVISORY: Serious Crash Involving Motorcycle In St. Leonard; Expect Delays

ST. LEONARD, Md. — We are receiving reports of a serious motor vehicle crash this evening involving a motorcycle that has left at least one person with serious injuries. At approximately 10:30 p.m. on July 3, first responders and police were called to the scene of a crash on Solomons Island Road, in the area of St. Leonard Road.
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MSP Leonardtown Barrack Arrests, DUI’s & Warrants Served

On 6/25/2022, Tpr J. Engleman responded to the Family Dollar, located at 21703 Great Mills Road, Lexington Park, MD for the report of someone trespassing. Investigation revealed Shanel Lavonya Gantt, 39 of Beaver Falls, PA had been previously trespassed from the property. Gantt was issued a criminal citation for Trespass: Private Property and was released from the scene.
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Crews investigating late night house fire in Burgess area

HORRY COUNTY, S.C. (WMBF) – Horry County Fire Rescue crews are investigating what started a fire at a home in the Burgess area. HCFR was called around 11 p.m. Saturday to a home on Forbes Drive, which is close to St. James High School. Firefighters were able to extinguish...
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Way to go, Denise!

Longtime TidalHealth Foundation President Denise Billing, the most successful leader of the fundraising arm of the health system, having generated more than $51 million in donations during her tenure, recently retired after 21 years of service. The funds have led to the creation of new service lines, the expansion and renovation of existing services, the purchase of cutting-edge medical technology and equipment and the creation of new patient care structures on the TidalHealth Peninsula Regional campus, including the Layfield Tower and medical campuses in Ocean Pines and Millsboro.
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Prayer Walk To Be Held At Solomons Boardwalk On The 4th Of July

SOLOMONS, Md. – Mental health is a big issue in today’s world, especially in Solomons, Maryland, where suicide rates involving the Thomas Johnson bridge have spiked over the past year. The Southern Calvert Baptist Church is holding a prayer walk on the Solomons Island boardwalk to promote mental...
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The 4th of July is a BLAST at Solomons Island

One of the most festive nights of the year at Solomons Island comes on July 4th with the annual tradition of fireworks over the Patuxent River. Each year the Solomons Business Association (SBA), with the help of community members, the county government, and generous sponsors organizes fireworks for thousands of patriotic spectators. The SBA invites […]
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Maryland State Fire Marshal Investigates Wicomico County Fire

SALISBURY, Md.- The Maryland State Fire Marshal is investigating a Wicomico County fire on Friday July 1. Around 8 pm, the Salisbury Fire Department responded to a fire at 161 Farmers Market Road, Salisbury. The structure was described as a 'Wood framed barn'. The estimated loss of structural damage is...

Maryland man indicted on 18 charges in deputy’s killing

SALISBURY, Md. (AP) — The 21-year-old Maryland man accused of killing a sheriff’s deputy in June has been indicted on a total of 18 charges. Austin Jacob Allen Davidson was indicted last week on charges including first- and second-degree murder, using a firearm in the commission of a violent crime, and multiple counts relating to illegal firearm possession, The Star Democrat reported Sunday.
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