"Well, it's a shame. Anyone that likes flowers and gardening, and these are such prolific bloomers. They'll bloom from March or April until the frost so I mean, it's something that was just very dependable, very beautiful plant,"
The incident happened Saturday, July 26, 2014 around 10 p.m. near Hillcrest Drive at Hill Street Park. The FCHD said they need to speak with the owner of the dog so that the bite victim may avoid receiving unnecessary post-exposure rabies vaccinations.
"I'm really good at working with my hands and, I'm a workhorse. I don't like sitting at a desk; I like to get up and go to work, and when I heard about this class, working in a warehouse is something I kind of always [have] been interested in doing," said Cody Dillow, student.
"The men and women in law enforcement across Maryland deserve all the support and protection the state can provide. Bullet-proof vests have proven to save lives and protect our officers from fatal situations."
Through the course of the investigation, police found out Silvius had entered one residence on Willis Drive and attempted to enter a second home, however, a woman was able to shut the door before he attempted to enter.
"Each one of those cars that were rummaged through this past weekend, the 21 cars, every single one of them was left unlocked," said Lauren Cummings, a spokesperson with the Winchester Police Department.
“They decided somewhere, unwisely really, without our input or much notice, to reduce the hours of the post office. I don't think it's a well thought out business decision. It's a money-making post office and we service lots more than just Burkittsville.'
Family members, friends and fellow deputies attended a ceremony to celebrate the promotion of 12 deputies from the area. Officials said Frederick County has seen a number of retirements lately, and are losing a lot of experienced members.
"The applicant is prepared to proceed but they wanted to do the right thing and not rush forward without giving everyone an opportunity to communicate with them," said Peter Fitzpatrick, attorney representing Old Line Arsenal, LLC.
A 100-mile stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike now has a higher speed limit. Crews replaced the 65 mph signs with 70 mph signs Wednesday from the Blue Mountain exit (201) to the Morgantown exit (298).