Modern Teaching Methods To Take Your 2nd Amendment Away

The inaccurate quote from “U.S. History: Preparing for the Advanced Placement Exam” bothers me because “gun-control”proponents have long argued that the 2nd Amendment does not provide an individual right of gun ownership, but, only, a collective right belonging to state militias or to the National Guard. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the right to keep and bear arms is, in fact, an individual right, and it cannot be restricted unduly by either the federal government or by state and local governments. Why does the inaccurate quote state explicitly “in a state militia”? Could this be an attempt to mis-educate our youth?

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One Dead And Charges Pending In Worcester Co. Crash

One Dead And Charges Pending In Worcester Co. Crash

December 17, 2018

(OCEAN PINES, MD) – Charges are pending and the Maryland State Police investigation is continuing into a single vehicle crash that killed one person today in Worcester County.

The deceased is identified as a 25-year-old man whose current address is not known.  His nearest family lives out-of-state and has not yet been notified of his death, so his name is being withheld at this time.

The driver of the vehicle the deceased was riding in is identified as a 30-year-old man from Worcester County.  He is not being identified at this time due to possible pending criminal charges.  He will be identified when charges are filed.  There was no reported injury to the driver.

Shortly before noon today, troopers from the Berlin Barrack were dispatched to a single vehicle crash in the area of Racetrack Road and Beauchamp Road.  Arriving troopers found a Ford F150 pickup was involved.

The passenger in the pickup had been partially ejected.  He was transported by Ocean Pines EMS to Atlantic General Hospital, where he was pronounced deceased.

Investigating troopers on the scene observed signs of impairment being exhibited by the driver.  Their continuing investigation led to the driver being taken into custody for further evaluation.  After consultation with the Worcester County State’s Attorney’s Office, the driver was released pending charges.  Charges will be determined in coordination with the state’s attorney’s office after results from DUI testing conducted on the driver are received.

The Maryland State Police Crash Team responded to conduct the investigation.  Their preliminary investigation indicates the pickup was northbound on Race Track Rd. south of Beauchamp Road, when the driver lost control and the truck jumped the right shoulder curb.  The truck returned to the roadway, but struck an island at Racetrack and Beauchamp roads, where it began to travel onto the island before striking a traffic signal pole.

The investigation is continuing.

Wicomico County Press Release

 

 

WICOMICO COUNTY, MARYLAND

OFFICE OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE

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Bob Culver                                                                                        R. Wayne Strausburg 

County Executive                                                 Director of Administration

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – December 17, 2018

 

 

WICOMICO COUNTY GOVERNMENT OFFICES

 

Salisbury, MD … Wicomico County Government Offices will be closed Monday December 24, 2018 and Tuesday, December 25, 2018 for the Christmas holiday.

 

 

HOLIDAY SCHEDULE FOR

CONVENIENCE CENTERS, LANDFILL, BRUSH PILE AND FERRIES 

 

Salisbury, MD  On Monday, December 24, 2018, the Newland Park Landfill and Convenience Center and the Upper Ferry will be open; all external Convenience Centers, the Newland Park Brush Pile and the Whitehaven Ferry will be closed.  

 

On Tuesday, December 25, 2018, the Newland Park Landfill, Brush Pile, all Convenience Centers and the Whitehaven and Upper Ferries will be closed.  

 

For more information, please contact the Newland Park Landfill at 410-548-4935.  Ferry information is available by calling 410-543-2765.

 

 

Wicomico County Celebrating 150 Years

1867 – 2017

 

DUI Related Traffic Accident

NEWS RELEASE

MARYLAND STATE POLICE Salisbury Barrack

2765 N Salisbury Blvd

Salisbury MD 21801

410-749-3101 ext. 0 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 12/16/2018

 

Type of Incident:  DUI Related Traffic Accident

Date and Time: 12/16/2018 5:26 PM

Location:  W/B Rt. 50 @ Hebron Woods Blvd Hebron MD

 

Vehicle: 2016 Ford F-150

 

Driver: Jacob J. Mcglothlin Jr 56 year old male of Milford, DE

 

Accused: Jacob J. Mcglothlin Jr 56 year old male of Milford, DE

 

Charges: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Driving While Impaired by Alcohol, and other trafficrelated offenses. 

 

Narrative:  On the above time and date, Troopers from the Salisbury Barrack responded to W/B Rt. 50 @ Hebron Woods Blvd Hebron, MD for the report of a single vehicle accident.  Upon arrival, they observed agray Ford F-150 pickup truck off the right side of the roadway.  The vehicle had struck a large pole in the grass.  The vehicle was completely off the roadway.Investigation determined that the driver, identified as Jacob J. Mcglothlin was operating a Ford F-150, when he lost control of the vehicle, traveled off the right side of the roadway and struck a pole. The vehicle received moderate damage and Mcglothlin was uninjured.  Investigation further revealed that he was operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and driving on a revoked license.  Mcglothlin was placed under arrest for DUI and transported to the Salisbury Barrack for Processing. He was charged accordingly and transported to WCDC to go before a Wicomico County District Court Commissioner.

Investigating Trooper:  TFC W Shelter

Phone Number: 410-749-3101

First degree assault and MDOP

 

Salisbury Barrack

2765 N. Salisbury Blvd

Salisbury, MD 21801

410-749-3101

mdsp.maryland.gov

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 12/16/2018

 

Type of Incident: First degree assault and MDOP

Date and Time: 12/16/2018 4:10 PM

Location: 8800 block of Mar Lynn Drive, Delmar, MD 21875

 

Vehicle(s): 2008 Mercedes passenger vehicle

 

Driver/passengers(s)/pedestrian: Anissa Church-Russell, 41 year old female of Delmar, MD

 

Victim(s)/Injuries: James Russell 3rd, 41 year old male of Delmar, MD

 

Accused: Anissa Church-Russell, 41 year old female of Delmar, MD

 

Charges: First degree assault, second degree assault, MDOP under $1,000, disturbing the peace

 

Disposition: Taken for processing at central booking

 

Narrative:

On 12/16/18 at 4:10 PM, troopers from the Maryland State Police Salisbury Barrack were dispatched to the 8800 block of Mar Lynn Drive for a report of an argument in the street.  When troopers arrived, a male subject, identified as James Russell 3rd was found to be standing in the street next to a large pile of clothes. While speaking with him it was learned that his wife, Anissa Church-Russell, had ran over his clothes several times and attempted to strike him on several occasions with her vehicle.  

 

A witness was also interviewed at the scene and stated that it appeared that the defendant was attempting to a run over the victim with her vehicle. The witness stated that the victim had to jump out of the way of the vehicle on several occasions to prevent from being run over.

 

The victim was not struck with the vehicle and did not sustain any injuries as a result of this incident.  The defendant was placed under arrest and was taken to the Wicomico County Detention Center to await a court hearing.

 

Investigating Trooper or Barrack Media Contact Name: Sr. Tpr. A. Edwards

Phone Number: 410-749-3101