MSP Princess Anne June DUI Arrests

MSP Princess Anne June DUI Arrests

July 16, 2018

The following persons were arrested by Troopers assigned to the Maryland State Police Princess Anne Barracks and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs during the month of June 2018:

• Gary Parker, 70 YOA, Princess Anne, MD

• Domiesha Roberts, 30 YOA, Gaithersburg, MD

• Connie Allison, 57 YOA, Eden, MD

• Antonio Robles-Artega, 35 YOA, Lincoln, DE

• Paul Brawner, 56 YOA, Goldsboro, NC

• David Creager, 45 YOA, Parkville, MD

• William Perez, 23 YOA, Quinby, VA

• Michael Smith, 36 YOA, Baltimore, MD

• David Foltz, 57 YOA, Middle River, MD

Ocean City Police Hosting First Testing Date for 2019 Season on August 1

OCEAN CITY, MD – (July 16, 2018): The Ocean City Police Department will hold their first testing date for prospective 2019 seasonal employees on August 1 at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center located at 4001 Coastal Highway. Doors will open at 7 a.m. and testing will begin promptly at 8 a.m. Positions being considered during this testing date are seasonal police officers and public safety aides. Those seeking full-time police officer positions will also be considered.

Applicants will begin by completing a background questionnaire followed by a written examination which measures the basic skills necessary to perform successfully as a police officer or public safety aide. Applicants for police officer will then complete a physical abilities test which includes a 220 yard shuttle run, an obstacle course, and a dummy drag. Applicants who successfully complete the initial components will be invited to the Public Safety Building, located at 6501 Coastal Highway, for an oral interview on August 2.

“Former seasonal police officers and public safety aides can be found working for local, state and federal law enforcement agencies across the country and are highly sought after by recruiters,” commented Police Chief Ross Buzzuro. “Our seasonal program offers employees a tremendous opportunity to get real law enforcement experience, giving them an advantage in their career.”

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Ben Jealous More Like Ben Dover

Is this what the Democratic Party in Maryland has become? Ben Jealous is the best face you have to put forward to be Governor of Maryland.? Wow. Is Ben the first in a long line of Socialist that the party will now put forward in response to the Trump beating they took. Hillary wasn’t left enough I suppose, so let’s go way into left land.

Look at his platforms..whack a doodle doo.


Incident: Possession of Heroin
Date of Incident: 10 July 2018
Location: 4573 Airport Terminal Road, Salisbury, MD
Suspect: Matthew T. Pennington, 24, Middletown, DE
Narrative: On 10 July 2018 at 6:30 AM, a deputy was assisting TSA personnel at the Salisbury Airport with verifying the identity of a passenger who was attempting to board a flight without proper identification. During this process, the deputy discovered that this subject, Matthew Pennington of Middletown, DE, was currently wanted in Cecil County, MD on a bench warrant.
The deputy took Pennington into custody and search incident to arrest located what was identified as heroin in Pennington’s possession.
Instead of boarding his flight, Pennington was transported to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Pennington in the Detention Center in lieu of a total of $5,000 bond for the bench warrant and the drug charges.
Charges: Possession of Heroin and Failure to Appear
Incident: Assault First Degree
Date of Incident: 10 July 2018
Location: 800 block of Parker Road, Salisbury, MD
Suspect: Kanna Leigh Bowen, 18, Salisbury, MD
Narrative: On 10 July 2018 at 11:30 PM, a deputy responded to the hospital to investigate an assault that reportedly occurred in the 800 block of Parker Road in Salisbury. Upon arrival, the deputy met with a victim who advised that she became embroiled in an altercation with Kanna Bowen at the Parker Road address when Bowen stabbed the victim twice in her hand with a knife.
The deputy responded to a location in Salisbury where Bowen was located and placed her under arrest for the assault. Upon arrest, Bowen was transported to the Central Booking Unit where she was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Bowen without bond pending a District Court Bond Review.
Charges: Assault 1st Degree and Assault 2nd Degree
Releasing Authority: Lt. Tim Robinson Date: 12 July 2018

Acclaimed Dr. Frank Shipper to Speak at Chamber Luncheon

Acclaimed Dr. Frank Shipper to Speak at Chamber Luncheon

(Salisbury, Md., July 16, 2018)—The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly General Membership Luncheon July 19 at Black Diamond Lodge at 12 p.m. This month’s featured speaker is Dr. Frank Shipper, Professor of Management Emeritus in the Perdue School of Business at Salisbury University. Shipper will be discussing “Shared Entrepreneurship: A Win-Win-Win Organizational Model for Business Leaders, Employees, and the Community.

He will be discussing relevant questions and topics such as:

• Who Should Be Interested in Shared Entrepreneurship and Why?

• What Is Shared Entrepreneurship?

• Making the Transition Through Collaboration From: The Management Faculty of the Perdue School of Business, You, Others.

Shipper has a PhD. from the University of Utah and is an award-winning researcher. Since 2010, he has received Kelso and Ruble Fellowships from Rutgers, multiple grants, and a Regents’ Faculty Award for Excellence in Research from the University System of Maryland. His work has appeared in publications such as The Academy of Management Learning and Education, Leadership Quarterly, Organizational Dynamics, and The Academy of Management Journal. In addition, Frank is the lead author of “Shared Entrepreneurship: A Path to Engaged Employee Ownership”. It has received international acclaim.

The cost of the luncheon is $25 for Chamber Members and $35 for future Chamber Members. To reserve your space, call Lauren Barnas, Director of Events at 410-749-0144 or visit