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Cambridge, Maryland Man Sentenced for First-Degree Murder
Chief Judge of the Circuit Court for Wicomico County today sentenced a 26-year-old Cambridge, Maryland man to two consecutive terms of Life Without Possibility of Parole on two counts of First-Degree Murder. Damon Hall also faces an additional consecutive term of 10 years without parole on firearms charges. On November 30th, 2022, Hall was convicted of the double murder that occurred in Salisbury on October 12th, 2021. Hall is charged with shooting both 42-year-old Emmanuel Jones and Jones’ aunt, Patrice Trader, aged 51 in the head at their home on Martin Street in Salisbury. Jones died that same day, while Trader succumbed to her wound in March, 2022.
Arrest at Multi-Vehicle Injury Crash Scene on Maryland Route 589 in Worcester County
BERLIN, MD – Maryland State Police are investigating a multi-vehicle suspected impaired driving crash in Worcester County. Shortly before 11:30 P.M. Troopers from the Berlin Barrack responded to Maryland Route 589 at Adkins Spur Road in Berlin, Maryland for a report of a multi-vehicle crash. According to a preliminary investigation, a 2011 Honda CRV, driven by Shannon Handy, 43, of Selbyville, Delaware, was traveling south on Route 589.
Richard Birch Cropper
Richard (Dick) Birch Cropper, 75, of Salisbury, Maryland, suddenly passed away on March 15, 2023 at the hospital from cardiac arrest. He was born in Salisbury, Maryland, on April 2, 1947 to Miriam Birch Cropper and Leroy James Cropper, Sr. Mr. Cropper was preceded in death by his parents; his...
We Sit Down With Salisbury University To Clear Up Some Confusion On The Status Of The Ward Museum
What's going on with the ward museum? Salisbury university is sitting in with us clearing up some of the confusion.
UPDATED: Worcester Sheriff’s Deputies Investigation Pocomoke Home Invasion
UPDATED – 8:10am – Worcester County Sheriff’s Deputies and Pocomoke City Police were called for a home invasion at a home on Colona Road south of Pocomoke on Wednesday afternoon. Police learned that the former boyfriend of the victim forced entry into the home and assaulted the victim before leaving. Police say that a second suspect, 38 year old Blanford Persinger of Horntown, VA, entered the home without permission and argued with someone in the home. Persinger was arrested on charges of 4th degree burglary and obstructing and hindering and is being held in default of a $2500 bond.
Weekend Shooting in Salisbury Under Investigation
The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting that occurred at a home on Dennis Street in Salisbury on Saturday evening. A 42-year old man was shot in the leg. He was transported to Tidal health. The injuries are not life-threatening. Anyone with information regarding the shooting should call the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division at 410-548-4898.
Suspect Arrested in Worcester County Burglary
POCOMOKE, Maryland-- A Virginia man was arrested after allegedly breaking into his ex's Pocomoke home and assaulting them. According to the Worcester County Sheriff's Office, police were called for a reported home invasion in the 200-block of Colona Rd. around 2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. When police arrived on the scene,...
JA Inspire Held Event at Wicomico Youth & Civic Center
More than 4,500 students from 10 counties visited JA Inspire at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center last week. The event, which exposes eighth graders to various job opportunities, featured 120 exhibitors from across Delmarva. The Ocean Downs exhibit, which featured retired racehorse Wynnfield Savannah, is pictured.
Shots Fired Twice at Same Laurel Home in One Week
LAUREL, Del. - The Delaware State Police are investigating two separate shooting incidents just days apart at the same location in Laurel. Police initially responded to a home on Shiloh Church Road on March 19th to reports of shots being fired. Investigation revealed that an unknown suspect fired several shots into the side of a house around 3 a.m.
State Police Investigating Shots Fired at a Residence
The Delaware State Police are investigating two shooting incidents that occurred at the same location earlier this week in Laurel. On the morning of March 19, 2023, troopers responded to a home on the 14000 block of Shiloh Church Road regarding a report of shots being fired. Detectives learned that at approximately 3:00 a.m., an unknown suspect had fired several shots into the side of a house. Similarly, in the early morning hours of March 23, 2023, troopers responded to the same residence for additional shots that had been fired at the home. None of the occupants of the house were struck or injured in either incident. No suspect has been identified, and surveillance video and images are not yet available.
Former Mardela basketball coach announces new position
MARDELA SPRINGS, Md. – Congratulations are in order for former Mardela High School Boys Basketball Coach Russel Springmann. He was named the new basketball coach at Oral Roberts University. We want to hear your good news, just email email@example.com.
Multiple Suspects Charged in Salisbury Cocaine Bust
SALISBURY, Md. - The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office has arrested and charged four people with various drug-related charges after an investigation of alleged cocaine distribution in Salisbury. The Sheriff’s Office initially conducted the investigation into Bilal Akram, 34, at his residence on Bennett Park Drive. Bennett was previously arrested...
Ward Foundation ‘surprised’ by Salisbury University’s decision to sever ties
SALISBURY, Md. – The Ward Foundation is responding after Salisbury University announced they are ending their relationship following the planned relocation of the Wildfowl Art museum. In a statement issued Thursday afternoon, the Ward Foundation said the University’s decision came as a surprise to the Board of Directors and...
Workshop helps minority-owned business owners network, gain knowledge on available resources
CAMBRIDGE, Md.- “I noticed that a certain population on the Eastern Shore was kind of being overlooked. That being women owned business, veteran owned business, and small business in general,” Potter said. Randolph Potter, Founder of the Think Big Plan Bigger Network, says he has a solution to...
Lending a Hand in Fire Investigations Could be Just a "Ring" Away
The Worcester County Fire Marshals Office has a new program they hope you may be willing to be a part of. All it takes is a ring doorbell or an app on your phone.
Delmar Citizen of the Year Sara Bynum-King is honored at Delmar Chamber banquet
Last Tuesday’s Delmar Citizen of the Year Banquet at the Delmar VFW was all about family and laughter. Many of 2023 Citizen of the Year Sara Bynum-King’s friends and family took the opportunity to speak about Bynum-King and share stories. “I am so proud of her for the...
Tim Kennard River Run brings many local runners to Salisbury
The 18th annual Tim Kennard 10-miler took to the streets of Salisbury, Md., March 19, bringing together 385 runners and walkers to celebrate the life of Salisbury runner and friend Tim Kennard, and raise awareness and funds for Team 360, which helps people of different abilities train for and participate in mainstream athletic events; Coalition of Caring, a fund for our animal friends; and the Eastern Shore Running Club Scholarship Fund.
House Fire in Salisbury Under Investigation
The cause of a fire on Flamingo Drive in Salisbury yesterday evening is under investigation. The blaze started on the outside of the one-story wood frame single family home, according to the Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal. Damage is estimated to be around $5,000. No deaths or injuries resulted from the fire.
Spring Block Party
Centenary, New Zion and Vital churches are hosting a Spring Block Party for all ages on Saturday, April 1 from 1-3 p.m. There will be free food, games and fellowship for all to enjoy. Centenary U.M.C. is located at 200 W. Market St. in Laurel. Please contact 302-542-3584 for more...
Questions Raised About Ward Museum Move
With the announcement by Salisbury University to move the contents of the Ward Museum to the Powell Building in downtown Salisbury questions are being raised about the move. Delmarva Public Media's Don Rush talks with Greg Bassett, editor and general manager of the Salisbury Independent, about what he has found so far.
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