The Martinsburg Police Department says Andre Dexter Smith, 23, and David Anthony Richard, 28, were both caught in Philadelphia. The pair were wanted for the December 16, 2013, shooting death of Spencer Vancamp.
"It’s more of a middle ground between a convention or a conventional primary. The 10th congressional district representatives decided they didn't want to burden tax payers with the primary [costs],” said Beau Correll, Chairman of the Winchester Republican Committee.
"We'll be circling the lake with ten stations of the cross and at each station there's some mediation on some aspect of Christ's last walk before this death," said retired pastor Ed Polling, Hagerstown Church of the Brethren.
Malcolm Staten, 20, of Chambersburg was arrested Thursday, and charged with aggravated assault and discharging a firearm in an occupied structure. He's also facing several misdemeanor charges, including two counts of simple assault.
Garrett Craighead, 11, has been reported missing by his mother. He was last seen wearing a red Under Armour hoodie with black athletic pants near the 700 block of Poter Ave. in Martinsburg. Police believe he may also have a blue “skater style” baseball hat.
"Well we don't want to be in a situation where we have to say gosh i wish we had our vests on, um hopefully, we, they never get used but if something does happen during an incident our people are protected. That's the most important thing," said Ward Fleger, Smithsburg EMS Operations Director.
"We generally don't see big checks like this in Western Maryland. It's a special day for us. We have en extremely generous community. A lot more individual and smaller contributions which helps make up our budget, and help us meet the need. So to have a big check we can do big things with it," said Matt Thompson, manager.
The call came in around 11:55 a.m. along the 9500 block of Anthony Highway in Quincy Twp. We're hearing the accident was minor in nature, and around 37 children were transported to another bus to get to school.
"Because as years go on we become more knowledgeable of the dangers of second hand smoke the ordinance basically protects the workplace and it's employees from those dangers and we know what those dangers are," said Bill Kearns with the Berkeley County Health Department.
“It's a great way to partner and find collaborations and create new ideas, new thoughts, new programs and really work on that next generation of entrepreneurs that are coming,” said Kay Stimson, Director of Communications for the National Association of Secretaries of State.