While the official H2O International event has been moved to another city, the Ocean City Police Department continues to anticipate a number of car enthusiasts in the resort beginning Monday, September 24 through Sunday, September 30. After experiencing several years of disruptive behavior, police plan to continue a proactive enforcement strategy with no tolerance for unsafe moving violations and disorderly conduct. Visit the following link for more info: https://oceancitymd.gov/oc/ocean-city-police-preparations-continue-despite-event-relocating/
Incident #: 51-18-10645 Reported: September 16, 2018
Location: Franklin St., Milford, Sussex County, DE
Released By: Det. Timothy Maloney on 09/18/2018 at 1319 hours
On 09/16/2018 at approximately 1825 hours, the Milford Police Department Patrol Division was dispatched to Franklin St. Milford, Sussex County, DE, in reference to a robbery. Officers responded to the scene and made contact with the victim. Officers learned that the victim was allegedly pushed from behind by the suspect causing the victim to fall into the grass causing the victim offense and alarm. The victim advised that while he was on the ground, the suspect allegedly stole an undisclosed about of U.S. Currency from his short’s pocket. The victim positively identified the suspect as Eddie Roundtree, 50 of Milford, DE. Warrants were obtained for Roundtree reference to this incident.
On 09/17/2018, the Milford Police Department Dispatch Center received information that Roundtree was in the unit block of S. Walnut St. Officers respond to the area and located Roundtree as he attempted to board a DART bus. Officers took Roundtree into custody without incident. Roundtree was charged with Robbery 2nd Degree and Offensive Touching. Roundtree had a presentment through the Justice of the Peace Court 2 and was committed to the Department of Corrections in default of $5500.00 USC secured bail. Roundtree was also issued a no contact order with the victim. Roundtree was ordered to appear in Sussex County Court of Common Pleas at a later date for a preliminary hearing.
Can you identify these subjects?
Both subjects are currently suspected of shoplifting at the Calvin Klein store located in the Queenstown Premium Outlets.
If you can identify either one of the suspects or have any related information, please contact Deputy Goodman at (410)758-1211 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, you can always email your tips to email@example.com.
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Worcester County Sheriff’s Office
On 9/14/18 at approximately 1630 hours, a Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Deputy was conducting a patrol check at the White Marlin Mall when he observed a subject later identified as Terence Huntington 58, of Berlin, Md. on the property.
When Mr. Huntington observed the Deputy, he ran off the property and attempted hide from him. The Deputy located Mr. Huntington and learned that he had previously been trespassed from the property. The Deputy charged Mr. Huntington with trespassing on a Maryland Criminal Citation. Mr. Huntington was then released.
Businesses With 14 or Fewer Employees that Provide Paid Sick Leave Eligible for Small Business Relief Tax Credit
ANNAPOLIS, MD – Small businesses in Maryland that provide paid sick and safe leave to their employees will soon be able to apply for a refundable tax credit administered by the Maryland Department of Commerce. The Small Business Relief Tax Credit offers businesses that meet certain criteria a state income tax credit of up to $500 per employee and $7,000 per small business for every year in which they qualify.
“Small businesses are the backbone of our economy and play a critical role in creating jobs, growing our economy, and strengthening our communities,” said Governor Larry Hogan. “Our administration remains committed to working in partnership with our business community, and this tax credit is one of many steps we are taking to ensure that Maryland remains open for business.”
The tax credit program was proposed and enacted by Governor Hogan to help businesses comply with the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act, which was passed by the Maryland General Assembly in early 2018 and requires businesses with 14 or fewer employees to provide unpaid sick and safe leave.
“Maryland’s small business community employs more than one million people, making it one of our most powerful and important economic assets,” said Maryland Commerce Secretary Mike Gill. “We encourage small businesses that are paying sick leave to consider applying for this credit, which will help them continue to be able to support their employees.”
Any type of small businesses, including nonprofits, may apply for the credit as long it has 14 or fewer employees. Businesses may apply every year for each employee making less than 250 percent of the annual federal poverty guidelines for a single-person household (currently $30,350 per year).
The Maryland Department of Commerce will begin accepting applications for the credit for tax year 2018 on January 3, 2019. More information about eligibility requirements and how to apply can be found here.
On September 18, 2018, at about 11:10 AM the woman pictured took a 2007 Lincoln MKZ, also pictured, from the 7-Eleven parking lot in Denton when the victim went into the store. The car is silver in color and has Maryland tag 4CF4435. The vehicle was last seen travelling north on N. 6th Street. If anyone has any information about who this woman may be or happens to see this vehicle, please contact us at 410-479-1414 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and refer to case number 1809180018