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    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore prosecutors have defended their office against criticism from the Wicomico County Sheriff and Baltimore City police union following the murder of a deputy. More on the 2019 Baltimore City armed robbery case involving Austin Davidson, the man accused of killing Wicomoco County Sheriff’s Deputy Glenn Hilliard https://t.co/EIQM24Vs4s @wjz pic.twitter.com/3WetK2qeE8 — Mike Hellgren (@HellgrenWJZ) June 14, 2022 Austin Davidson, the man accused of shooting and killing Wicomico County deputy Glenn Hilliard, pleaded guilty two years ago to robbing a McDonald’s in Northeast Baltimore where he previously worked. READ MORE: Baltimore County Police Seek Woman Last Seen In RosedaleAccording to a statement released Tuesday, the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office said it requested jail time for Davidson who was 17 years old at the time of the incident after he pleaded guilty to an armed robbery charge. “After securing a conviction, prosecutors make a sentence recommendation to a judge, who is responsible for imposing a sentence. In this case, the prosecutor secured a conviction and made a sentence recommendation of jail time. The court imposed a...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore prosecutors have defended their office against criticism from the Wicomico County Sheriff and Baltimore City police union following the murder of a deputy. More on the 2019 Baltimore City armed robbery case involving Austin Davidson, the man accused of killing Wicomoco County Sheriff’s Deputy Glenn Hilliard https://t.co/EIQM24Vs4s @wjz pic.twitter.com/3WetK2qeE8 — Mike Hellgren (@HellgrenWJZ) June 14, 2022 Austin Davidson, the man accused of shooting and killing Wicomico County deputy Glenn Hilliard, pleaded guilty two years ago to robbing a McDonald’s in Northeast Baltimore where he previously worked. READ MORE: Baltimore County Police Seek Woman Last Seen In RosedaleAccording to a statement released Tuesday, the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office said it requested jail time for Davidson who was 17 years old at the time of the incident after he pleaded guilty to an armed robbery charge. “After securing a conviction, prosecutors make a sentence recommendation to a judge, who is responsible for imposing a sentence. In this case, the prosecutor secured a conviction and made a sentence recommendation of jail time. The court imposed a...
    BERLIN, Md. (AP) — A 20-year-old man was killed when two personal watercrafts collided Monday on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, officials said. Maryland Natural Resources Police said the crash happened in Sinepuxent Bay in an area off Grays Creek Drive in the Berlin area, The Daily Times reported. Two personal watercrafts were traveling close together at a high rate of speed when they collided, sending one watercraft and its rider airborne, police said. READ MORE: Baltimore Schools Without Air Conditioning Send Students Home Early TuesdayOne man, identified as Derek Salas of Silver Spring, was breathing when he was removed from the water, but he was unconscious, police said. He died on the way to the hospital, police said. READ MORE: Baltimore Police Make More Than 100 Arrests Over Memorial Day WeekendThe other person involved in the crash was not named. MORE NEWS: Star Wars Pushes Back Against Racist Backlash To New Character Played By Baltimore Native Moses Ingram(© Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
    A driver from Cecil County was arrested after local police in New Jersey said they found pot, booze and a loaded gun in his car during a traffic stop. Moonachie Police Chief Richard Behrens said Officers Matthew Veltri and Frank Tamargo stopped Damian Roscoe Brooks, 39, of Elkton, for driving recklessly on eastbound Route 46 in Teterboro, NJ, which is 17 miles outside of Manhattan. After having him step out of his 2012 Honda Accord, the officers spotted several open alcoholic beverage containers and a Glock 9mm that turned out to be loaded with hollow-point bullets, Behrens said. The chief said Brooks, who’s a mechanic, maintenance worker and handyman, registered a .08% blood-alcohol level at headquarters. He was charged with illegal weapons and ammunition offenses and issued several traffic summonses before being released to a responsible adult pending a court hearing under New Jersey’s 2017 bail reform law.
    Maryland State Police are looking for a Northern Virginia man who they say shot and killed a woman on Christmas Eve in Talbot County on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Police have issued a first-degree murder warrant for Mauricio Ibarra Juarez, 31, of Winchester, Virginia. More Maryland News Juarez was listed as a suspect in the fatal shooting of Marta Merina, 33, in Trappe, Maryland. Trappe is a small town located off U.S. 50 on the Eastern Shore between Easton and Cambridge. Police suspect Juarez may be traveling in a white GMC Sierra truck. Police released this photo of a 2002 GMC Sierra. (Courtesy Maryland State Police) Police said that Merina was discovered around 6:15 a.m. Dec. 24 outside her home in the 2900 block of Howell Point Road in Trappe. She had been shot and was pronounced dead at the scene. State troopers and the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the incident. Investigators believe Juarez knew Merina. Maryland State Police said they suspect Juarez is traveling in a white GMC Sierra truck. Police ask that anyone with information about...
    ROSEDALE, Md. (WJZ) —  Baltimore County Police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect wanted in connection to a burglary in Rosedale. Suspect’s Car, BCPD Officials said the burglary occurred on June 23 in the 6000 block of Kenwood Avenue in Rosedale. While the victim was doing yardwork, the suspect entered the home and took a purse and phone. The items have since been recovered. READ MORE: Tracking Elsa: Tropical Storm Warning, Tornado Watch Issued For Marylands Eastern Shore Surveillance video shows the suspect moments after he burglarized the home. He was seen driving a red Pontiac Sunfire. READ MORE: Elsa Tracker | Rough Surf In Ocean City As Eastern Shore Prepares For Tropical Storm Detectives are asking anyone with information in this case to contact 410-307-2020. Callers may remain anonymous. MORE NEWS: Baltimore Cop Eric Banks 15-Year-Old Stepsons Body Found In Gun Safe At His Curtis Bay Home, Charging Docs Say Below is a link to a video of the suspect: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6PmtA5Sk3fE
    POCOMOKE, Md. (WJZ) — Police are still searching for the suspect in the murder of a 48-year-old Virginia woman, warning Tuesday he may be hiding in wooded areas or outbuildings on the Eastern Shore. Maryland State Police said 52-year-old William Edward Strand of Pocomoke City is wanted in the shooting death of Lesa Renee White on January 6. Officers found White dead at a home in Pocomoke City last Wednesday evening. Her death has been ruled a homicide and the cause of death was due to a shooting. William Strand. Credit: Maryland State Police Strand is also wanted in a separate attempted murder case, police said. He may be in Pocomoke City or eastern Virginia, possibly hiding in wooded areas, sheds, barns or other outbuildings. He was last seen driving a 2014 Chevrolet Malibu. Anyone with information should call police at 202-510-2847.
    CENTREVILLE, Md. (WJZ) – A combined law enforcement investigation has led to the arrests of six people alleged to be part of a significant drug trafficking organization on the upper Eastern Shore, according to Maryland State Police. The investigation, initiated by the Queen Anne’s County Drug Task Force, investigated the operation of a drug trafficking organization believed to be distributing large amounts of opioid pills and cocaine in the county. Multiple law enforcement agencies ultimately provided assistance with the investigation. The ensuing investigation confirmed that an organization believed to be headed by Terrance D. Brooks Jr., was involved in the daily distribution of both powder and crack cocaine and illegal opioid prescription pills in Kent and Queen Anne’s counties, police said. Collected evidence allowed investigators to obtain 12 search warrants for four residences, five vehicles and two individuals. The homes searched were located in Millington and Chestertown. Police recovered suspected powder cocaine, oxycodone, Adderall and alprazolam pills, and suboxone strips. An assault pistol, a shotgun and two handguns were also recovered. Police took custody of four vehicles and more than...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The family of Anton Black announced they are filing a federal lawsuit, two years after he died in police custody in Caroline County. The lawsuit names more than a dozen defendants, including the three officers involved. It also names the state medical examiner and the towns of Greensboro, Centreville and Ridgely for “failing to adequately screen, train and supervise their officers.” The family of Anton Black just concluded a virtual press conference announcing a federal lawsuit filed today in the 2018 death of the 19-year-old in police custody in Caroline County, Md. Read the lawsuit here: https://t.co/ncrG4vNg3S — Paul Gessler (@PaulGessler) December 17, 2020 The 19-year-old died in September 2018 after an encounter with police in Caroline County on the Eastern Shore. An autopsy report determined a heart condition and mental illness were contributing factors in his death. His family says that is not true. RELATED COVERAGE:  Anton Black’s Family Rejects Autopsy Report, Pushes For Grand Jury Investigation Anton Black Investigation: Autopsy Shows Teen Died Of ‘Sudden Cardiac Death’ Greensboro Police released the body...
    OCEAN CITY, MD (WJZ)– Ocean City Police say more than one-hundred people were arrested Saturday after a gathering for a pop-up car rally turned destructive and violent. Police from all over the eastern shore were called to Ocean City around 11:50p.m. Saturday evening as incidents throughout the town progressed from social gatherings to unruly and violent, specifically in the downtown area. “This is not a car show and the majority of these visitors are not car enthusiasts, ” stated Ocean City Police Chief Ross Buzzuro.  “They are here to disrupt, destroy and disrespect our community and our law enforcement officers.” He continued to say, “Our policing philosophy is to be friendly, fair and firm.  Unfortunately, the disorderly behavior and unruly crowds left no choice but to shift our philosophy and take additional steps to protect our officers and our community.” Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan had asked families stay away this weekend as they planned to deal with the unsanctioned H20i car rally. According to WBOC, a CBS station in Salisbury, video from eyewitnesses show the assault of a police...
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