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OCPD Says Expect Traffic Delays During July 5th Celebrations

Ocean City, MD- (June 29, 2022): The Town of Ocean City would like to remind our residents and visitors to expect traffic delays during the July 5th Independence Day Celebrations. Traffic and pedestrian congestion are expected to be heavy throughout all of Ocean City. This year, the Town of Ocean City will offer two unique celebration events on the evening of July 5, 2022. July 5th: American Idol Star Jay […]

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OCPD Make Arrest in June Stabbing Incident

Ocean City, MD- (June 30, 2022): On June 29, 2022, detectives assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division along with the members of the Maryland State Apprehension Team/U.S. Marshal’s Task Force made an arrest in the triple stabbing case that occurred on June 20, 2022. Paul Baynard, 23, of Ridgley, Maryland was located in Queen Anne’s County, Maryland, and was taken into custody without incident. On June 20, 2022, at approximately 11:58 […]

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Vehicle Thefts Continue To Decline In Maryland, Work To Reduce Rates Further Continues

(PIKESVILLE, MD) – The number of vehicle thefts in Maryland declined for the fourth straight year in 2020. However, work continues by the Maryland State Police, allied law enforcement agencies and the Maryland Vehicle Theft Prevention Council to reduce those rates even further in upcoming years. This come as July is National Vehicle Theft Prevention Month. In Maryland, a car is stolen every 49 minutes, while one is stolen every […]

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Former Hogan aide faces additional federal charge

BALTIMORE (AP) — Federal prosecutors have filed an additional charge against a former aide to Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan for allegedly falsifying records. A superseding indictment was announced against Roy McGrath by the U.S. attorney's office on Tuesday in a case that alleges he collected excessive expenses and arranged for an unprecedented $233,647 severance payment. The Baltimore Sun reports the new federal wire fraud charge against McGrath relates to a […]

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Record low numbers prompt limits on Chesapeake Bay crabbing

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — New restrictions on crabbing in the Chesapeake Bay will take effect this year. The changes are being made after the yearly blue crab count plummeted to its lowest level since surveys began in 1990. Tighter harvest limits are being issued by both Maryland and Virginia. The states are trying to protect the iconic species and boost reproduction in the nation's largest estuary. The Baltimore Sun reports […]

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OC Police share Tips on Keeping your Vehicle & Valuables Safe

Ocean City, MD- (June 28, 2022): The Ocean City Police Department would like to provide a few tips on how you can keep your vehicle and valuables safe. The Ocean City Police Department recommends the following: Lock ALL of your vehicle’s doors: This is true even if you plan on only being gone for “just a second”. Remember, it only takes seconds to steal items from your car. It’s not […]

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Ocean City Police Arrest Four for Robbery

Ocean City, MD– (June 27, 2022): On June 25, 2022, at approximately 3:45 a.m., Ocean City Police responded to the area of 20th Street and Philadelphia Ave for a report of a strong-arm robbery. Upon the officer’s arrival, they met with the victim, 25, from Baltimore, MD. The victim informed officers that he had been assaulted by three males who stole some of his personal property. The victim was seen […]

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50 migrants die in trailer abandoned in San Antonio heat

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Fifty people have died after being abandoned in a tractor-trailer on a remote back road in the sweltering Texas heat. It's the latest tragedy to claim the lives of migrants smuggled across the border from Mexico to the U.S. Nearly all of the victims in San Antonio were found Monday near the truck. Four people later died after being taken to hospitals. More than a dozen […]

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Britney Spears’ ex ordered to trial on stalking charge

VENTURA, Calif. (AP) — A judge has found that there is enough evidence against a man once briefly married to Britney Spears to go to trial for felony stalking. Authorities say Jason Allen Alexander appeared uninvited at Spears' June 9 wedding to longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari at her home in Thousand Oaks, California. At a hearing Monday, a judge found there was sufficient evidence against Alexander for the stalking charge […]

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