POLITICAL HISTORY: Rick Fritz in his own words in 1998 — blasted St. Mary’s States Attorney Walter Dorsey for criticizing his handling of drug funds which led to his leaving as a prosecutor

By Kenneth C. Rossignol ST. MARY’S TODAY  “I am going to win the election,” Richard Fritz predicted in 1998 when asked what he thought the outcome would be. (This article appeared in October of 1998.) LEONARDTOWN —  In a wide-ranging interview conducted Saturday at his booth at the county fair where Republican State’s Attorney candidate …

ST. MARY’S TODAY: Law Enforcement Open House provided crowd gathered for static displays and crash reenactment with a real flyout of crash victim

CLICK VIDEO BELOW ST. MARY’S TODAY: Law Enforcement Open House provided crowd gathered for static displays and crash reenactment with a real flyout of crash victim LEONARDTOWN, MD. – The Maryland State Police Barrack Commander in Leonardtown, Lt. Krystle Rossignol, planned to hold an open house on Oct. 19, 2019, which developed into a massive …

CRIME AND DECLINE: Cops on the go in Lexington Park every day.

PART ONE OF 90 DAYS OF PRIME CRIME FOR LEXINGTON PARK This List Does Not Include Incidents Investigated by the Maryland State Police. June 5th thru Sept. 25th, 2019: 119 Violent Crimes, 63 Property Crimes reported by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Department to CrimeReports Ghetto Days in Sin City: GUNFIRE ON YORKTOWN Dodge City Update: Sydney …

DWI HIT PARADE: Ann Marie Nial-Owens blasted through a fatal crash scene to win her 4th DWI arrest

DWI HIT PARADE: Ann Marie Nial-Owens blasted through a fatal crash scene to win her 4th DWI arrest LEONARDTOWN, MD. – How blasted does a driver have to be to not notice the dozens of swirling emergency lights emanating from a dozen fire trucks, police cruisers, and ambulances? The Maryland State Police report that a …

ELECTION 2018: Endorsement of Tom Phelan in St. Mary’s Sheriff Republican Primary

ELECTION 2018: Endorsement of Tom Phelan in St. Mary’s Sheriff Republican Primary The last time the voters of St. Mary’s County were given the opportunity to choose a leader for the Sheriff’s Department from outside the department was in 1982 when retired Maryland State Police Waldorf Barrack Commander Lt. Wayne Pettit, who lived in Chaptico, …

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