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Alert Message has been issued by the Maryland State Police. Via Calvert County Sheriff.
Saturday December 18, 2010 2:15 PM EST
Silver Alert: 82-year old Caucasian male, William J Turner. Driving a Gold Chevy Impala MD reg STM039. Call 911
The Maryland State Police is issuing a Silver Alert on behalf of the Baltimore County Police Department. The alert is for a missing 82-year old Caucasian male named William J Turner. Mr Turner suffers from Alzheimer’s disease and is described as being: 5-10 and 170 lbs with gray hair and blue eyes. He was last seen on 12/18/2010 at 0930 hours in the 9800 block of Old Court Rd in Woodstock, MD. Turner is driving his 2007 Gold Chevrolet Impala with MD registration: STM-039. Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of Mr. Turner’s can call the Baltimore County Police at 410-887-1340
For full details, go to https://local.nixle.com/alert/4371931/?sub_id=336475.
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Prince Frederick, MD 120110 – Received as a Nixle Notification
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Traffic Message has been issued by the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office.
Wednesday December 1, 2010 10:18 AM EST
Attention all Drivers! Important law change, regarding traffic citations. See your (Nixel) email for further details.
If you receive a traffic citation in Maryland, a new law has changed what you are required to do in response to that citation. The new law requires that you must:
1. Request a trial date at the date, time and place established by the District Court; or
2. Request a hearing regarding sentencing and disposition in lieu of a trial, (meaning you do not dispute the truth of the facts as alleged in the citation, but you with to be heard regarding sentencing); or
3. Pay the full amount of the preset fine.
The law requires that you make one of these three choices and notify the District Court within 30 days of receiving the traffic citation. (Instructions are printed on your copy of the citation.) If not, the MD Motor Vehicle Administration will be notified and may take action to suspend your driver’s license. The law does not apply to traffic citations for “must appear” offenses. The court will automatically notify you of a trial date.
For further information, visit www.mdcourts.gov/district or call 1-800-492-2656
For full details, go to https://local.nixle.com/alert/4202718/?sub_id=336475.
PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (October 13, 2010)—There were three serious accidents in Calvert County in recent weeks that left two dead and a pedestrian injured. The accidents, as reported by the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office, are summarized below.
SOMD.COM has the ENTIRE story:
On October 8, 2010 at approximately 11:30 a.m., members of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Bureau and Crash Reconstruction Team responded to the intersection of Maryland Route 4 and Maryland Route 2 in Sunderland for the report of a serious motor vehicle crash.
Members of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Crash Reconstruction Unit responded to the scene and assessed the situation. Preliminary investigation revealed that a Calvert County Sheriff’s Office unmarked Chevrolet Impala was traveling north along Maryland Route 4 approaching the intersection of Fox Run Boulevard when a pedestrian wearing dark, non reflective clothing entered the roadway from Fox Run Shopping Center.
On July 22 at approximately 4:35 p.m., members of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Bureau and Crash Reconstruction Team responded to the intersection of West Mt. Harmony Road and Grantham Road in Owings for a report of a serious motor vehicle collision involving two passenger vehicles.
More details from thebay.net
Additionally, deputies arrested 14 people and charged them with DWI/DUI during the week.
Read the ENTIRE report at SOMD.COM
(Fourteen people arrested for DUI in ONE week. Sad isn’t it.)
We need off-duty public safety personnel on the side of life – not death. Maryland needs to see those off-duty fire fighters, police, medical, and government drivers with public safety vanity plates setting a driving-safety example.
That’s not what I saw on Mothers day , May 9, 2010.
On north bound Route 4 as I was returning from celebrating mother’s day with my wife’s mom we watched the driver of a pick-up truck with Professional Fire Fighter plates speed past us at least seventy miles per hour tailgating within 2 car lengths the car in front of him then make a few radical lane changes without signaling. The driver tailgated other vehicles as he drove off out of our view.
Next the driver of a car with FPD plates did exactly the same. High speed, unsafe lane changes, tailgating and on and on.
What we also saw were other Maryland drivers proceeding right along with them at high speed in close quarters. What do you suppose the citizens thought when they saw the drivers bearing public safety vanity tags doing as they pleased on the highway? Sad as it is to assume I think the average citizen rationalizes their own bad behavior after observing the same bad behavior by those who should be EXAMPLE SETTERS when they fly their organizational colors.
We are way beyond the time that police managers should have been discussing example setting with their employees. It is a moral imperative that our finest (I mean that) start setting an example in their off hours instead of using their tags to drive as they please.
We need off-duty public safety on the side of life and not death. We are NOT going to change the behavior of the average Maryland driver unless those that advertise their affiliation are willing to stand for the law. I DID see the Calvert County Sheriff’s deputies working traffic on Route 4 today. That was good to see. I worry though that no one is going to take enforcement seriously when too many visible drivers in that occupation drive as they please.
ST. LEONARD, Md. – The Calvert County sheriff's office says a St. Leonard motorcyclist walked away from a crash with no apparent serious injury but died hours later.
via Maryland Man Walks Away From Crash, Dies Hours Later|NewsChannel 8.