EASTON — A Queenstown man is facing drunk driving charges after a Friday, Nov. 15, traffic stop in Easton.
Timeline 2013: Officer Thomas Webster IV is charged with assault on an unarmed black man during an attempted arrest while working for Dover police. 2015: Webster is acquitted of assault charges. Early 2018: Webster is hired by then Greensboro Police Chief Michael Petyo. September 2018: Anton…
EASTON — A Talbot County Circuit Court judge, on Oct. 22, canceled a sentence reduction hearing for an Easton woman who was convicted of killing a longtime community leader in a drunk driving vehicle collision in May 2017.
EASTON — The man charged with this summer’s fatal stabbing at the Easton YMCA is scheduled to face trial in a Talbot County Circuit Court in early December.
CENTREVILLE — On the evening of Halloween, detectives from the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Unit performed 14 random checks on registered sex offenders throughout the county during the hours of trick-or-treating.
More Information The Office of the State’s Attorney for Caroline County wishes to recognize the strength of the Barham/Moses family as they continue to process their loss. Also, the work of all the allied law enforcement agencies who worked on this case (Federalsburg PD, Caroline County Sher…
QUEENSTOWN — The Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the theft of more than $800 worth of clothing and merchandise from the Old Navy store at Queenstown Premium Outlets.
CAMBRIDGE — A judge in Delaware sentenced Alvin Hubbard of East New Market to a maximum combined sentence of 14 years, with all prison time suspended for a year of probation.
FEDERALSBURG — Caroline County sheriff's deputies are investigating the theft of several recreational fishing items and a chainsaw from a shed in the 27000 block of Patricia Court, according to a news release. The theft occurred Thursday, Oct. 31, and the total value of the stolen items is $…
EASTON — Easton police on Thursday, Oct. 31, arrested three men — Johan Ozuna-Perez, 20, of Easton; Connor Houlihan, 20, of Trappe; and Walter Morris, 19, of Easton — on charges of attempted assault and disorderly conduct, according to a news release.