"Sometimes you don't have money to get there, you don't have a ride, so it's a blessing that Walnut makes it convenient for for parents that are struggling as a single parent."
The Warren County Sheriff's Office said on August 13, 2014 around 2:41 p.m. they responded to the Walmart located at 10 Riverton Commons Drive for a report of grand larceny.
A fire early Friday morning heavily damaged a Point of Rocks home. Officials with Frederick County Fire and Rescue said they were called to the house at 12:12 a.m. located in the 4600 block of Old Licksvilke Road.
South Market St. between Clarke Pl. and Stadium Dr. is closed following an early morning collision, and police say the area will remain closed until around Noon Friday.
Frederick police are releasing new information after a burglary at the CVS Pharmacy at 8032 Liberty Road.
"That really has frustrated the people," said George Rutherford with the Jefferson County NAACP Chapter. "Because they know the killing took place they know at least five police officers did it. Shot 23 or 25 times. Shot in back about 7, 8 times and yet nothing has happened."
Investigators say the driver of a car did not notice traffic slowing ahead and rear-ended a tractor trailer.
Court documents show that Barnes expressed to police that he felt "stress" prior to the incident and that he took out his "frustration" on the crying baby.
Officials said on Thursday, August 14 at 5:35 p.m. Smithsburg Emergency Medical Services were dispatched to the 21900 block of Leitersburg Smithsburg Road between Still Meadow Road and Durberry Road for a reported motorcycle accident.
In Virginia, a felony murder charge means investigators believe Debraux committed a felonious act that resulted in death of someone, and not necessarily that Debraux committed the crime with the intent of killing his neighbor.
Frostburg Cinemas 123 has been what some are calling a second home to many residents since the 1980's. However, RC Theater owns Frostburg Cinemas and is closing it down Sunday, August 17.
The Department of Environmental Protection recently issued a citation to the VA Medical Center in Martinsburg for improper disposal of asbestos and/or construction material at an un-permitted site.
Investigators said the incident happened at 8:15 a.m. on Tuesday, August 12, 2014 in the 7200 block of East Sundown Court. A 35-year-old man reported that he was confronted in his garage by an unknown man demanding cash.
"You also have to take in account last year that the use of certain drugs, such as heroin, did go up. You have to look the unemployment rate too, and all those factors play into the crime rate that we see take place," said Deputy Carly Hose, Washington County Sheriff's Office.
Officers said they've seen an increase in thefts from vehicles. They said the suspects are gaining access to primarily unsecured vehicles, and stealing valuables within.
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Troopers said two purebred English Bulldogs were taken from an enclosure outside of the victim's home.
Two Frederick residents are facing felony charges after police said they opened fire on each other Wednesday night on Heather Ridge School property.
"Our goal is to know what's going on in your neighborhood instead of us trying to guess what the issues are that you’re dealing with, it's a chance for the community to just let us know," said Chief Mark Holtzman with the Hagerstown Police Department.
Kids were able to make some last minute summer memories at the dive-in movie night!
Movie goers will have the choice of relaxing in their cars and tuning in their radios, or bringing their own blankets and lawn chairs to sit outside and watch under the stars.
The 80th Division was first organized back in 1917 and headquartered at what's now Fort Lee in Virginia. It originally consisted of men mostly from Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia, and was nicknamed the "Blue Ridge Division."
H.D. Boyd, the restaurant's owner, said the antique bar is from Chicago gangster Al Capone Estates. It was built in 1875 in Brunswick, Maryland.
Throughout the investigation it was determined that the child received multiple injuries requiring medical treatment consistent with child abuse, police say.
According to the crime report, most of the 473 carjackings that happened in Maryland in 2012 occurred between 6 p.m. and 1 a.m. It also states 28 percent of the crimes were committed over the weekend.
Governor Martin O'Malley proposed the Firearms Safety Act of 2013 and it went into affect last October. It's said to be one of the strictest gun law in the U.S.
"If you're lucky enough to come here, just work hard. Everyone here has a lot to teach you,” said Flax. “If you work hard, and you help them, they will respect you. And they’ll let you learn a lot."
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, about 20 percent of Americans in the nation are affected by at least one type of mood disorder, based on lifetime prevalence.
"What we wanted to do is help secure our campus environments, really to keep them free from bullying. Keep them free from aggressive behavior."
The homeowners returned to their residence and found their home had been burglarized, police say. More than $10,000 was reported missing is cash and jewelry.
"We're very heavy on manufacturing. We are heavy on logistics, transportation, the health industry. So therefore, it is our responsibility to try and develop a pipeline of a skilled workforce that is related to high priority occupations."
The single-vehicle crash occurred at 6:27 p.m. Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at the intersection of Edenville Road and Gabler Road in Franklin County.
The call came in just after 5 p.m. from the store on Eagle School Road in Martinsburg.
It is that time of the year and kids are digging for the latest fashion as they prep for the first day of school and shoppers are getting by with a little help.
Sheetz is firing back at an appeal that halted beer sales at their Shippensburg gas station. The company says they will fight the petition filed by the Civic Club of Shippensburg in court.
"When he went to go investigate what had set off the alarm, he heard some banging and rustling around in the garage,” said Lang. “At that particular point, he obtained a firearm that he had there in the kitchen area."
The airport experienced flash flooding Tuesday evening in multiple locations. The long-term parking lot has been flooded and vehicles are halfway underwater.
"Of course I was very excited at the opportunity to take over this department. I've been here two years and I was hoping someday to get the position as emergency services chief."
"The current facility, while a very nice facility, we've grown out of it. We've really expanded our programs and our services," said Kim Intino, President and CEO of the humane society
Troopers said the fire occurred at 11 p.m. Monday, August 11 at 2047 Community Center Road in St. Thomas Township.
The Pennsylvania State Police in McConnellsburg are settling in to their new home on Fulton Drive and celebrated their space with a dedication ceremony.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office in Virginia is investigating after a series of events landed one local teenage girl in the hospital.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office charged two juveniles with theft after they caught the two stealing from unlocked vehicles in Hagerstown.
The mother and two young children who were found dead inside their car at Western Heights Middle School in Hagerstown this summer died from hyperthermia and environmental heat exposure.
Officers with the Frederick Police Department said on Monday, August 11 at 6:50 p.m. they were called to a burglary in progress in the 400 block of W. South Street.
Four people are facing a slew of charges following a robbery and assault early Monday morning in Frederick. The Frederick Police Department said the incident happened around 3 a.m. in the area of Baker Place East.
After reviewing a report from the Clifton T. Perkins Hospital, a circuit court judge found Joseph William Minoglio, 20, not competent to stand trial. Officials said the court will review another evaluation in six months.
This is not the first time the family has experienced an incident of racism before. At another Waynesboro house they lived in, they received a bag of sand on their front porch with a KKK card inside reading that the clan was protecting the area.
The challenge involves people getting doused with buckets of ice water on video, posting that video to social media, then nominating others to do the same, all in an effort to raise ALS awareness.
Witnesses told police they saw a black pickup truck dumping materials at the car wash on Friday. The materials eventually reached a storm sewer on Fifth Street and ultimately, Happy Creek.