Police Investigating Stabbing in Lexington Park, Victim Transported to Area Trauma Center

Police Investigating Stabbing in Lexington Park, Victim Transported to Area Trauma Center

On Thursday, April 2, 2020, at approximately 10:05 p.m., police and rescue personnel responded to the area of the A&E Motel in Lexington Park, for the reported stabbing. Police arrived on the scene to find an adult male in the parking lot of the The Episcopal Church of the Ascension with multiple stab wounds to his back. The single patient was transported to an area trauma center with injuries believed to be non-life-threatening. The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office...
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UPDATE: Details Released in Murder of 13-Month Old Baby Girl by Father

UPDATE:  Details Released in Murder of 13-Month Old Baby Girl by Father

UPDATE 4/2/2020: On March 28, 2020, officers responded to an apartment on St. Thomas Drive, in Waldorf, for the reported subject not breathing, Upon arrival, EMS and officers arrived on scene and located the 13-month-old inside the residence having trouble breathing, EMS began CPR and transported the victim to Charles Regional Medical Center. McKay, the child’s biological father was the only person inside of the residence with the child and the sole custodian of her, and had called 911...
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Maryland Department of Natural Resources Answer Frequently Asked Questions about Governor Hogan’s Stay at Home Order

Maryland Department of Natural Resources Answer Frequently Asked Questions about Governor Hogan’s Stay at Home Order

Governor Hogan has issued a Stay at Home Order in response to the global COVID-19 public health crisis. While there are certain exceptions for essential functions, the primary intent of the order is for people to stay at home in order to limit the spread of the virus. With that in mind, here is some additional guidance in response to questions the department has received. This is current guidance and subject to change throughout the duration of the public...
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Officials Announce the First known COVID-19 Death of a Calvert County resident.

Officials Announce the First known COVID-19 Death of a Calvert County resident.

The Calvert County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) announces the first known COVID-19 death of a Calvert County resident. “This is a tragic loss and we ask all county residents to join us in sharing our heartfelt condolences and prayers with the family,” said BOCC President Kelly McConkey. “This brings home the seriousness of the situation we face. In this profoundly difficult time, we call for the entire Calvert County community to stand together – stay informed, take precautions...
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Calvert Deputies Held a ‘Rolling Roll Call’ at the Calvert Health Medical Center for Deputy who Tested Positive for COVID-19

Calvert Deputies Held a ‘Rolling Roll Call’ at the Calvert Health Medical Center for Deputy who Tested Positive for COVID-19

In support of all first responders, CalvertHealth medical staff, health care workers and other essential staff working tirelessly on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, deputies from the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office showed their support for all those working to save lives, especially the life of one of their own currently in the ICU fighting of his life. A Calvert County Sheriff’s Office deputy has tested positive with COVID-19 and is currently hospitalized in critical condition. Fellow deputies...
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Maryland Now at 1,989 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases and 31 Deaths

Maryland Now at 1,989 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases and 31 Deaths

As of Wednesday, April 1, 2020, Maryland now has 1,989 confirmed cases of COVID-19 Number of negative test results: 17,233 Number of Deaths: 31 Hospitalizations: 522 ever hospitalized Released From Isolation: 69 St. Mary’s County: 23 (map shows 19) Charles County: 56 Calvert County: 18 The Maryland Department of Health and St. Mary’s County Health Department officials are reporting different numbers at this time, St. Mary’s County is showing 23 positive cases.
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Serious Crash in Valley Lee Sends One to Trauma Center

Serious Crash in Valley Lee Sends One to Trauma Center

On Tuesday, March 31, 2020, at approximately 2:10 p.m., police fire, and rescue personnel responded to Piney Point Road and Reindeer Way in Valley Lee, for the motor vehicle accident reported serious with one subject trapped. Crews arrived on the scene to find three vehicles in the roadway in a rear-end-style collision, with one victim trapped in the Honda sedan. Firefighters from Valley Lee Volunteer Fire Department extricated the single victim in under 10 minutes. Maryland State Police Helicopter...
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UPDATE: 18 Year-Old Arrested After Robbing Callaway Business, Crashing Stolen Vehicle and Setting a Mobile Home on Fire in Lexington Park

UPDATE: 18 Year-Old Arrested After Robbing Callaway Business, Crashing Stolen Vehicle and Setting a Mobile Home on Fire in Lexington Park

UPDATE: from St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office: On March 24, 2020, at approximately 6:40 p.m. deputies from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office responded to a reported robbery in the 20800 block of Callaway Village Way. Investigation determined an unknown male wearing a hooded jacket, entered the business and brandished a knife. The suspect assaulted the victim and stole currency from the cash register and fled the scene in a black vehicle. During the robbery investigation, deputies were notified of...
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Maryland Sees 249 New Confirmed Cases and Three Deaths of COVID-19 Overnight

Maryland Sees 249 New Confirmed Cases and Three Deaths of COVID-19 Overnight

Tuesday, March 31, 2020 Number of Confirmed Cases: 1661 – 249 increase overnight. Number of negative test results: 14,868 – 1,552 Negative tests since Monday Number of Deaths: 18 – 3 overnight Hospitalizations: 429 ever hospitalized – 76 more than Monday Released From Isolation: 53 – 10 more from Monday Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C., are reporting 3,411 cases, with 1,661 cases in Maryland, 1,251 in Virginia and 499 in the District. St. Mary’s County is currently at 16 cases...
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No Injuries After Vehicle Hits Multiple Houses in Bryans Road

No Injuries After Vehicle Hits Multiple Houses in Bryans Road

On Monday, March 30, 2020, at approximately 6:40 p.m. police, fire, rescue and collapse units from Charles County and Prince Georges County responded to Heather Drive in the Strawberry Hills area of Bryans Road, for the reported vehicle into a house. Crews arrived in minutes and confirmed an SUV was fully inside of a residence, with the single operator/occupant was out of the vehicle. Units determined the driver came from across the street inside the closed garage, drove through...
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As COVID-19 Crisis Escalates in Capital Region, Governor Hogan Issues Stay at Home Order Effective Tonight

As COVID-19 Crisis Escalates in Capital Region, Governor Hogan Issues Stay at Home Order Effective Tonight

As the COVID-19 crisis escalates in the National Capital Region, Governor Larry Hogan today issued a Stay at Home order to protect public health and safety. The order, which takes effect at 8:00 p.m. tonight, states that no Maryland resident should leave their home unless it is for an essential job or for an essential reason, such as obtaining food or medicine, seeking urgent medical attention, or for other necessary purposes. “This is a deadly public health crisis—we are...
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UPDATE: Read the Stay-At-Home Order That Governor Hogan issued Today, Effective at 8 p.m.

UPDATE: Read the Stay-At-Home Order That Governor Hogan issued Today, Effective at 8 p.m.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is issuing a stay-at-home order for the state as COVID-19 spreads. It becomes effective at 8 p.m. Monday. “No Maryland resident should be leaving their home unless it is for an essential job or for an essential reason such as obtaining food or medicine, seeking urgent medical attention or for other necessary purposes,” Hogan said. GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND NUMBER 20-03-30-01 AMENDING AND RESTATING THE ORDER OF MARCH 23, 2020, PROHIBITING LARGE GATHERINGS...
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Maryland Department of Health Reports 174 New Cases of COVID-19 in 24 hours, Maryland has 1,413 Confirmed Cases & 15 Deaths

Maryland Department of Health Reports 174 New Cases of COVID-19 in 24 hours, Maryland has 1,413 Confirmed Cases & 15 Deaths

As of Monday morning, March 30, 2020, Maryland has 1,413 confirmed cases with 15 deaths. Charles County has not publicly released any updates or information on the number of confirmed cases or patients, and the Maryland Government is reporting 33 confirmed cases, and one death. The last update we have received from the Charles County Health Department or Government was on March 18, 2020, and the full release and details can be read here. Calvert County confirmed the fourteenth...
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LIVE VIDEO: Governor Larry Hogan Holding Press Conference Now

LIVE VIDEO: Governor Larry Hogan Holding Press Conference Now

Governor Larry Hogan will be holding a press conference at 10:45 a.m., the live video can be watched below when the conference goes live. 
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Charles County Detectives Investigating Murder-Suicide at Super 8 Motel in Waldorf

Charles County Detectives Investigating Murder-Suicide at Super 8 Motel in Waldorf

On March 28 at 1:37 p.m., officers responded to the Super 8 motel in the 3500 block of Crain Highway in Waldorf, for the report of a death investigation. A preliminary investigation revealed a motel employee entered the room to check on the occupants who were scheduled to check out earlier in the day. Upon entering the room, a man and a woman were found deceased. The male was later identified as Robert Ralph Russell, Jr., 47, of King...
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State Police Enforcement Of Governor’s Executive Orders Continues

State Police Enforcement Of Governor’s Executive Orders Continues

Maryland State Police Superintendent Colonel Woodrow Jones III has directed troopers to continue their public education and enforcement efforts regarding the Governor’s Executive Orders and last night issued specific instructions regarding the stay-at-home order. Those instructions are as follows: Enforcement of the expanded Governor’s Executive Order will be conducted by Maryland state troopers.  However,...
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FDA Calls for Heartburn Drug Zantac to be Pulled from Market Immediately

FDA Calls for Heartburn Drug Zantac to be Pulled from Market Immediately

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today announced it is requesting manufacturers withdraw all prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) ranitidine drugs from the market immediately. This is the latest step in an ongoing investigation of a contaminant known as N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) in ranitidine medications (commonly known by the brand name Zantac). The agency has determined that the...
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[LIVE] Coronavirus Pandemic: Real Time Counter, World Map, News

[LIVE] Coronavirus Pandemic: Real Time Counter, World Map, News

Novel coronavirus Live Streaming: Breaking news, world Map and live counter on confirmed cases, recovered cases(COVID-19)
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Resident at Sagepoint Facility Tests Positive for COVID-19

Resident at Sagepoint Facility Tests Positive for COVID-19

The following Letter was posted an the Sagepoint Senior Living Services website on March 30, 2020: To Our Sagepoint Families, In this coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic we believe fast, transparent communication is key to limiting its spread. We have been informed today that a resident who was originally transferred to the hospital for non-COVID related...
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Kidz Meal Bagz Available at Sheetz to Help Feed Children and Families in Need

Kidz Meal Bagz Available at Sheetz to Help Feed Children and Families in Need

Kidz Meal Bagz is a program providing free meals to help children and families in need as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Meals will be available all day starting Thursday, April 2nd and will include a turkey sandwich, chips and a drink. Families interested in taking advantage of the free Kidz Meal Bagz...
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The Maryland Department of Health Opens COVID-19 Testing Sites in Charles and Anne Arundel County

The Maryland Department of Health Opens COVID-19 Testing Sites in Charles and Anne Arundel County

The Maryland Department of Health (MDH), in conjunction with the Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland National Guard, Maryland State Police, local health departments and private partners, will begin offering drive-through COVID-19 testing to residents who are symptomatic and at high risk for complications from the disease. The test sites, which will be open starting...
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Prince George’s County Firefighter Tests Positive for COVID-19

Prince George’s County Firefighter Tests Positive for COVID-19

To the Residents of Prince George’s County, Today I was notified that one of our members has unfortunately tested positive for COVID-19. The member is now at home and all steps are being taken to ensure their recovery and well-being. In keeping with medical privacy laws, this individual’s identity will remain confidential. Working with...
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Twenty-three COVID-19 Cases In St. Mary’s – Community Spread Confirmed

Twenty-three COVID-19 Cases In St. Mary’s – Community Spread Confirmed

The St. Mary’s County Health Department has confirmed additional positive cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in St. Mary’s County residents, bringing the total case count to twenty-three. Additionally, there is now strong evidence of community spread of COVID-19 in St. Mary’s County. Community spread is the passage of illness from person to person...
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Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Investigating Mini-Excavator Stolen from Church Construction Site

Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Investigating Mini-Excavator Stolen from Church Construction Site

On March 30, 2020, the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office was alerted to a reported theft of a Caterpillar 304CCR Mini-Excavator (valued at over $30,000) from a construction site located at 35 Cox Road, Huntingtown, MD. The mini-excavator should have 24 inch bucket and hydraulic thumb on it. Anyone who may have witnessed this theft...
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Calvert County Health Department Understands Stress Level Increase During This Time

Calvert County Health Department Understands Stress Level Increase During This Time

The Health Department staff understands that stress levels are rising for many Calvert residents. Each day brings more reports of coronavirus infections. New restrictions on people’s lives are announced with little time to prepare. Many households are facing increased financial pressure. Kids are trapped at home and family members are sometimes a little too...
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St. Mary’s County Park Use Limited to Reduce Spread of COVID-19

St. Mary’s County Park Use Limited to Reduce Spread of COVID-19

St. Mary’s County Government owned and operated parks are operating with additional limitations in response to the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Order issued by Governor Larry Hogan. Waterfront parks, including Elms Beach, Myrtle Point, and Snow Hill Park, remain closed to the public. Public landings, including boat ramps, piers and gathering spaces are closed to the...
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State Police Press Release on Enforcement of Governor’s Executive Orders

State Police Press Release on Enforcement of Governor’s Executive Orders

Maryland State Police Superintendent Colonel Woodrow Jones III has directed troopers to continue their public education and enforcement efforts regarding the Governor’s Executive Orders and last night issued specific instructions regarding the stay-at-home order. Those instructions are as follows: Enforcement of the expanded Governor’s Executive Order will be conducted by Maryland state troopers. However,...
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St. Mary’s County Public Parks, Boat Ramps, Piers, and Waterfront Parks Closed to Public to Reduce Spread of COVID-19

St. Mary’s County Public Parks, Boat Ramps, Piers, and Waterfront Parks Closed to Public to Reduce Spread of COVID-19

St. Mary’s County Government owned and operated parks are operating with additional limitations in response to the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Order issued by Governor Larry Hogan. Waterfront parks, including Elms Beach, Myrtle Point, and Snow Hill Park, remain closed to the public. Public landings, including boat ramps, piers and gathering spaces are closed to the...
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Calvert County Public Schools Continues Meal Distribution in New Locations

Calvert County Public Schools Continues Meal Distribution in New Locations

In light of the Governor and Maryland State Department of Education’s order extending school closures through April 24, the Calvert County Child Nutrition Program’s Grab ‘n Go meal service will also be extended to help meet the needs of our students. Starting on Tuesday, March 31, however, please note that our Grab ‘n Go...
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St. Mary’s County Government Announces COVID-19 Operational Changes

St. Mary’s County Government Announces COVID-19 Operational Changes

St. Mary’s County Government is committed to being responsive to all guidelines and orders from the Centers for Disease Control, the White House and the Governor of Maryland to slow the spread of the coronavirus and the following changes and adjustments now apply to county operations. Department of Aging & Human Services – Home-Delivered...
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State Police Charge Carroll County Man with Violating Governor’s Executive Order and Providing Alcohol to Teens at a Hotel Room Party

State Police Charge Carroll County Man with Violating Governor’s Executive Order and Providing Alcohol to Teens at a Hotel Room Party

Maryland State Police have charged a man with violating the Governor’s Executive Order and providing alcohol to teens during a party he hosted yesterday at a Carroll County hotel. The suspect is identified as Ryan M. Serra, 26, of Lutherville, Md. He is charged with violation of the Governor’s Executive Order and ten counts...
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VIDEO: District Court Orders Injunctions against Two Telecom Carriers Who Facilitated Hundreds of Millions of Fraudulent Robocalls to Consumers in the United States

VIDEO: District Court Orders Injunctions against Two Telecom Carriers Who Facilitated Hundreds of Millions of Fraudulent Robocalls to Consumers in the United States

The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York entered orders in two separate civil actions, barring eight individuals and entities from continuing to facilitate the transmission of massive volumes of fraudulent robocalls to consumers in the United States, the Department of Justice announced. In one of the matters, United States v. Nicholas...
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