Monthly Archives: November 2013

SMCSO Announces New Domestic Violence Coordinator

SMCSO Announces New Domestic Violence Coordinator

On Friday, October 25, 2013, St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office, Deputy First Class Melissa Green was selected as the new Criminal Investigation Division Domestic Violence Coordinator, replacing Deputy First Class Ashley Croyle. DFC Green is a 2002 graduate from the University of Maryland. She began her career with the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office in 2003...
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Lexington Park Man Arrested for Exposing Himself to a Minor in Public

Lexington Park Man Arrested for Exposing Himself to a Minor in Public

On Wednesday, October 30, 2013 St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Deputies responded for the report of a subject approaching a juvenile female walking along Chancellors Run Rd. in California. The suspect stopped his vehicle next to the female and engaged her in conversation and pressuring her to get into his vehicle, telling the victim he...
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Incendiary Device Ignited on Foot Path in White Sands

Incendiary Device Ignited on Foot Path in White Sands

On October 31, 2013 at 4:30 pm, a small fire was reported by a resident in the area of Balsom Road and Laurel Drive in Lusby. The St. Leonard Volunteer Fire Department responded. Unknown suspect(s) ignited an incendiary device on a foot path in the woods in the White Sands Community. The Calvert County...
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Maryland State Police Arrests, Warrant Services, and DUI Report for Leonardtown

Maryland State Police Arrests, Warrant Services, and DUI Report for Leonardtown

CDS Arrest – On Friday, October 25, 2013 at 4:47 pm, TFC E. Evans initiated a traffic stop on Hermanville Road at Dixon Court for a minor traffic infraction. TFC Evans detected an odor of marijuana emitting from within the vehicle. A search of the vehicle led to the recovery of CDS. Matthew Collier...
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North Point Volleyball Friday November 1

Volleyball Today North Point will host Annapolis High School in the Sectional Quarterfinals for Volleyball on today at 4:30 pm.  
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Hub & Spoke Community Forum on November 18th

Getting fresh, local food to those in need On November 18, 2013 at 7 pm, Southern Maryland community members are invited to a Hub and Spoke Public Forum in Hughesville. The Hub and Spoke Task Force is soliciting community feedback on a model to improve fresh farm food access for working poor and low-income...
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Halloween Candy Advisory From the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office

Halloween Candy Advisory From the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office

The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office would like to encourage all to thoroughly inspect your Halloween candy. We have received 1 report of a sewing needle found in a Hershey candy bar wrapper from the St. Leonard area (Cherry Lane Subdivision). At this time we believe this is an isolated incident. We will also be...
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NRP Boosts Enforcement as Oystering Kicks into High Gear

NRP Boosts Enforcement as Oystering Kicks into High Gear

New radar network provides 24-hour coverage With the most active part of Maryland’s six-month oyster season opening tomorrow, Natural Resources Police (NRP) is employing a three-pronged approach to catch poachers with stepped-up patrols on water and in the air augmented by the latest detection equipment. “This Governor has a message for oyster outlaws: The...
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Local Young Lady, Kyla Mitchell, Competes for the Miss Pre-Teen

Local Young Lady, Kyla Mitchell, Competes for the Miss Pre-Teen

Baltimore/Washington Title Kyla Mitchell of White Plains was recently selected to participate in the 2014 Miss Pre-Teen Baltimore/Washington pageant competition that will take place on Saturday, November 9, 2013. Kyla learned of her acceptance into this year’s competition when the pageant announced their selections following interviewing in the local Baltimore/Washington area. Kyla submitted an...
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The Election of 1940 & The Politics of War

The Election of 1940 & The Politics of War

Richard Moe on Roosevelt’s 2nd Act: The Election of 1940 & the Politics of War Friday, November 15th 7:00 pm in the Barn Nearing the end of his second, and presumably final, term as president, FDR was faced with a pivotal decision. As he began considering construction of his presidential library and his impending...
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The Ark Festival and Ben Carson to Bring a Tidal Wave of Music and Knowledge to Historic St. Mary’s City

The Ark Festival and Ben Carson to Bring a Tidal Wave of Music and Knowledge to Historic St. Mary’s City

Come down to Historic St. Mary’s City and bring the entire family Saturday, November 2nd for an evening you’ll never forget! The FREE event for the community begins with our National Anthem at 4pm, followed by local opening act: The John Tillery Project and then beginning promptly at 5:00 internationally respected Dr. Ben Carson...
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25th Annual Calvert County Historic Preservation Awards

25th Annual Calvert County Historic Preservation Awards

Beginning in 1989, Calvert County Historic District Commission has presented Historic Preservation Awards annually. The awards go to individuals and groups, recognizing outstanding achievements and excellence in protecting and preserving Calvert’s heritage. The members of the Historic District Commission review nominations and select the recipients for the awards. This year there were three projects...
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