Mrs. Arnecia Prichale Johnson, born December 31, 1987, is wanted for Violation of Protection Order. Mrs. Johnson is 5’05”, 185 lbs with brown eyes. Johnson’s last known address was Maple Avenue Berlin, Maryland. The Berlin Police Department is reaching out to Mrs. Johnson to clear up this legal situation. Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Mrs. Snead or how to contact Mrs. Snead are asked to call the Berlin Police Department at 410-641-1333.
Comment: At 5:38 tonight I was involved in an attempted assault during a road rage incident. As I was clearing the intersection heading to the mall and a man in a black Acura/Accord was blowing his horn at me. He then left his lane, pulled beside me and began threatening me with physical violence. I called the police but he abandoned his pursuit of me before they could arrive. Please be alert for those in the community that are not mentally prepared to be a part of society.
We are proud to announce that Sully, the service dog assigned to former President George H.W. Bush, was trained at our Maryland Correctional Training Center in Hagerstown. The golden Labrador who tugged the hearts of millions of American’s during the former president’s recent death, spent a year with us as part of our partnership with America’s VetDogs. Inmates train about 30 service dogs throughout the state each year teaching them to turn on lights, tug open doors and drawers, pick items off the floor, pull wheelchairs and fetch goods. Sully left us in November of 2017 and like our other service dogs lived with the inmate trainers during his stay. “I was proud to learn that a dog trained in Maryland was able to serve President Bush in his final months,” Gov. Larry Hogan said.
Parsons Cemetery is very proud to host Wreaths Across American Day 2018, sponsored by Jeff Merritt and Operation We Care. In 2017, Parsons Cemetery first joined the national Wreaths Across American Day (WAA), as one of 1300 participating ceremonies nationwide. The WAA mission is to “Remember our fallen US veterans” “Honor those who serve” and “Teach your children the value of freedom.” There are no better words to describe this event then those captured in this generously made video documentary of the 2017 Parsons Ceremony Ceremony made by VizionCreative.tv.
With great appreciation for the Community support that not only made this event so successful, but who have also insisted that this ceremony should continue annually, we thank you. And thank you to the donors who collectively or individually funded over 600 wreaths laid by volunteers. In 2018 we have set our goal for 1,000. We do not know whether all those resting here are veterans, but we are working to find out and ensure all our veterans are recognized, and would appreciate your help. If you wish to participate or donate you can register with the WWA for Parsons Cemetery at:
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