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Two charged in Salisbury drug investigation

SALISBURY, Md. – Two Salisbury women have been charged following a drug investigation. The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office says it began an investigation into Jaime Whyte selling controlled dangerous substances from her residence in the 6800 block of Zion Church Road. It was determined that when her boyfriend became incarcerated in late April for firearm and CDS offenses, she began selling drugs.
SALISBURY, MD
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Crash Investigation Leads to Drug Arrest

Delaware State Police arrested Ahjalik Davis, 24, of Bridgeville, DE, on drug charges following a crash investigation Wednesday afternoon. On May 25, 2022, at approximately 2:22 p.m., troopers responded to the area of Sharps Mill Road, Greenwood, for a single-vehicle collision investigation. When troopers arrived at the scene, drug paraphernalia and money were observed inside Ahjalik’s vehicle. Investigation revealed that he was under the influence of an unknown substance, and Ahjalik was taken into custody without incident. A subsequent search of Ahjalik’s vehicle led to the discovery of approximately 2.79 grams of suspected cocaine, 2 packages of suspected Suboxone, approximately 2.457 grams of suspected heroin, and over $1,600 of suspected drug proceeds. A computer check also revealed that Ahjalik’s license was suspended. Ahjalik refused medical treatment at the scene of the collision.
BRIDGEVILLE, DE
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Seaford man sentenced for drug, firearm possession

SALISBURY, Md. – A Seaford man has been sentenced to 13 years of active incarceration for drug possession. Andrew Jackson pleaded guilty on Wednesday to one count of possession with the intent to distribute cocaine, one count of possession with intent to distribute fentanyl, and one county of wear/carry/transport loaded handgun in a vehicle.
SEAFORD, DE
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Crash leads to drug charges for Bridgeville man

BRIDGEVILLE, Del. – A Delaware man is behind bars following a crash in Greenwood Wednesday afternoon. At around 2:20 p.m., troopers responded to the area of Sharps Mill Road for a reported single vehicle crash. On arrival, troopers found drug paraphernalia and money inside of the suspect’s vehicle. The suspect, identified as 24-year-old Ahjalik Davis, was found to be under the influence of an unknown substance and was taken into custody.
BRIDGEVILLE, DE
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Pocomoke City man guilty of nine counts of animal cruelty

(May 26, 2022) A Pocomoke City man was found guilty of nine counts related to animal cruelty last week for incidents stemming back to July 2021. On May 20, Michael Louis Parrett, 65, was charged with three counts of animal cruelty and six counts of animal cruelty for failing to provide the necessary healthy living conditions – things like nutritious food, necessary veterinary care, space, shelter, and protection for weather.
POCOMOKE CITY, MD
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Police Raid on Salisbury Home Leads to Several Drug Arrests

SALISBURY, Md.- A police raid on a Salisbury home has led to the arrests of several people on drug charges. The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office said its Community Action Team recently conducted an investigation into individuals selling illegal drugs from a home on the on the 700 block of Dennis Street in Salisbury. In fact, CAT received numerous complaints from members of the community about drug activity at the home. The area was identified as an open-air drug market, the Sheriff's Office said.
SALISBURY, MD
The Dispatch

Ocean City Shooting Still Under Investigation

OCEAN CITY – Resort police this week are still investigating a reported shooting in the downtown area early last Sunday. Around 1:10 a.m. last Sunday, the Ocean City Police Department (OCPD) responded to the Talbot Street area for a reported shooting, Upon arrival, OCPD officers located an 18-year-old male suffering from a gunshot wound believed at the time to not be life threatening.
OCEAN CITY, MD
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Ocean City police investigate downtown shooting

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OCEAN CITY, MD
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Three, including infant, injured in Bishopville wreck

A three-vehicle crash on Route 113 shut down southbound and northbound lanes Wednesday morning in Bishopville. Two adults and a small child were injured in the accident, which blocked access to and from Bishopville Road for three and a half hours, according to a press release from the Maryland State Police.
BISHOPVILLE, MD
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Troopers Identify Young Maryland Woman Killed In Tragic Delaware Accident

Delaware State Police have identified the victim who died during a fatal single-vehicle collision that occurred on May 19, 2022, in the Georgetown area as Brianna Wright, 23, of Salisbury, MD. Original Story. Delaware State Police are investigating a fatal motor vehicle collision that occurred in the Georgetown area on...
SALISBURY, MD
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Doughnut Ice Cream Sandwiches and Crabmeat Bloody Marys: Where to Eat, Stay, and Play in Ocean City, Md.

The wide swath of sand that stretches along Maryland’s Atlantic coastline remains mostly undeveloped and dotted with tiny villages, with one exception: Ocean City. Its evolution from sleepy beach town to bustling metropolis began a century ago, after Ocean City’s Boardwalk was built in 1900. Once those cedar boards were erected, amusement parks and souvenir stores set up shop. The festive feeling of the place began to attract visitors, and ever since, generations of vacationers have made a trip to Ocean City their enduring summer tradition.
OCEAN CITY, MD
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Troopers Arrest Subject for Drug Charges Following Criminal Investigation

Delaware State Police have arrested 36-year-old George Reha of Seaford, DE on drug charges following a criminal investigation that began on Tuesday afternoon. On May 24, 2022, at approximately 12:46 p.m., troopers responded to a residence located on the 22000 block of Ross Station Road in Seaford regarding a report of a disturbance. Upon their arrival, troopers made contact with a resident, identified as George Reha. During the course of their investigation, troopers discovered that Reha was in possession of approximately 3.41 grams of cocaine, approximately 19.80 grams of marijuana, and over $34,000 of suspected drug proceeds. Reha was subsequently taken into custody at the scene without incident.
SEAFORD, DE
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The Foodie Travel Guide to Cambridge, Maryland: Where to Eat, Drink, and Stay

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CAMBRIDGE, MD
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Police ID Salisbury Woman Killed in Georgetown Crash

GEORGETOWN, Del.- Delaware State Police have released the name of a 23-year-old Salisbury, Md., woman who died last week in a Georgetown crash. Troopers identified the victim as Brianna Wright. Police said that shortly before 6 p.m. Thursday, May 19, a 2015 Honda Civic was traveling southbound on East Trap...
GEORGETOWN, DE
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OP water taxi service begins after Memorial Day weekend

(May 27, 2022) Starting on Tuesday, May 31, Ocean Pines residents can take advantage of a new water taxi service carrying passengers between Ocean Pines and Ocean City. Thanks to a collaboration with OC Bay Hopper, riders can leave from the Ocean Pines Yacht Club to one of three stops in Ocean City: 118th Street, 48th Street, and the West Ocean City Harbor.
OCEAN CITY, MD
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