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Tuesday, November 05, 2013

Holy Cow, YOU Need To Watch This!!!!! World Bank Whistleblower makes Startling Confession

He’s The Only White Guy In His Neighborhood. What Happened Just Destroyed Any Possible Racism.

When Reddit user XminusOne moved into a new neighborhood, he noticed he was the only white person there. So after his American flag was stolen, he found this note on his car.


Tiki Bar Closing Party 11/9/13

Come Celebrate the Season Closing of our TIKI BAR!

This Saturday!!!... November 9th - Rain or Shine!
Great Food & Drink Specials, BONFINE & CORNHOLE!
Live Music w/ Time Node Trio - Featuring Kevin Ward! 
Cornhole Tournament Starts @ 6pm!
Prize Basket for the Winning Team!
Get yer' shine on... $5 Boon-Shine all night!
Our famous Westside Outlaw $4 all night! 
Warm yourself with $4 'grown-up' Hot Chocolate!
Happy Hour Drink Specials... 3pm until 9pm...
$1.50 Domestic Drafts ~ $3.50 EVO Mainline Beer
$2.50 Rail Drinks ~ $4 House Wine
Dress warm, and head on down to Boonies!

Boonies Restaurant & Tiki Bar
21438 Nanticoke Rd. Tyaskin, MD 21865

WCSO Press Release 11-5-13

Press Releases 11/5/2013

Incident: Assault
Date of Incident: 4 November 2013
Location: 600 block of Pacific Avenue, Salisbury, MD
Suspect: Denise Carolyn Carter, 45, Salisbury, MD
Narrative: On 4 November 2013 at 9:09 PM, a deputy from the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office responded to a reported altercation at a residence in the 600 block of Pacific Avenue. Upon arrival, the deputy attempted to investigate the incident when one of the residents, Denise Carter, became verbally abusive towards a male subject and began kicking him in the leg.  The deputy placed Carter under arrest and transported her to the Central Booking Unit where she was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. After an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Carter in the Detention Center in lieu of $10,000.00 bond.
Charges: Assault 2nd Degree
Carter, Denise
Carter, Denise

  • On 4 November 2013 at 10:14 AM a deputy stopped a vehicle traveling on southbound US 13 near St. Luke’s Road for failing to obey the “Move Over” law upon coming up on an emergency vehicle on the shoulder. Upon contacting the operator, Benjamin Taylor, 74 of Irvington, NJ, the deputy detected the odor of burnt marijuana emanating from within Taylor’s vehicle. The deputy subsequently located two marijuana cigarettes in the vehicle. Taylor was charged on a Criminal Citation and released pending a future court date.
  • On 4 November 2013 at 4:41 PM, a deputy investigated a motor vehicle collision in the area of Cedar Drive and Mt. Hermon Road where the offending vehicle did not stop. The subject who left the scene was identified as a 17 year old female from Salisbury. The juvenile was charged with leaving the scene of an accident.
Releasing Authority: Lt. Tim Robinson        Date:  5 November 2013

Peak Obesity?

Obesity rates have increased at least slightly so far in 2013 across almost all major demographic and socioeconomic groups, according to Gallup's latest study. The largest upticks between 2012 and 2013 were among those aged 45 to 64 and those who earn between $30,000 and $74,999 annually - which 'coincidentally' is perfectly in the cohort that is 'disincentized' to work by the growing shadow of bought votes and entitlements. So, the question then becomes, is the considerable spike in 2013 that is so evident below the "peak" in obesity rates as the government is forced to introduce more haircuts on its foodstamp program? Time will tell...

US Obesity rate is spiking (along with the Fed's balance sheet and stocks...)


Gas Prices Bottom Out In Maryland

Looks like the job of filling up will keep going down.

The price of gasoline in the Baltimore area has just hit the lowest average price of the year, at $3.19 a gallon for regular according to

Analysts expect the trend to continue through the rest of the year into early 2014.

It's possible to find prices even lower, many below $3.10 a gallon for regular. 


WhoWhatWhy Bush And The JFK Hit, Part 7: Empire Strikes Back

What possible connection could there have been between George H.W. Bush and the assassination of John F. Kennedy? Or between the C.I.A. and the assassination? Or between Bush and the C.I.A.? For some people, apparently, making such connections was as dangerous as letting one live wire touch another. Here, in anticipation of the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination in November, is the seventh part of a ten-part series of excerpts from WhoWhatWhy editor Russ Baker’s bestseller, Family of Secrets: The Bush Dynasty, America’s Invisible Government and the Hidden History of the Last Fifty Years [2]. The story is a real-life thriller.

Note: Although these excerpts do not contain footnotes, the book itself is heavily footnoted and exhaustively sourced. (The excerpts in Part 7 come from Chapter 6 of the book, and the titles and subtitles have been changed for this publication.)

For Part 1, please go here [3]; Part 2, here; [4] Part 3, here; [5] Part 4, here; [6] Part 5, here; [7] P art 6, here [8].

Little is Ever What it Seems

The evidence was mounting that Poppy Bush was not the genial bumbler the public remembered – the bland fellow in the turtleneck who drove a golf cart around Kennebunkport and could never make up his mind.

Apparently Poppy had secrets, and he kept them well. It seems that he had been involved in intelligence work for much of his adult life. He had been in and around hot spots of covert action. And in the fall of 1963, he had for some unfathomable reason been worried that someone would discover he had been in Dallas on the evening of November 21 and seemingly the morning of November 22.

As far as I knew, he had attended the oilmen’s meeting and then left for Tyler. Why hide that fact?

One obvious reason is that no one with any political ambition would want to be associated in the public’s mind with the events in Dallas on November 22, 1963. But in that case, what does it say about Poppy that his first instinct was to create an elaborate cover story to airbrush away an inconvenient fact?

It is theoretically possible, of course, that there was something totally apart from the assassination he didn’t want known. But given his documented intelligence ties and the fact that figures close to him were connected to the event, the likelihood that his attempt to distance himself from Dallas on November 22 was unrelated to the tragedy of that day seems low.


What Has Happened to America?

The roll out of Obamacare, the abject failure of the website, the total confusion, people losing their private insurance programs before they are enrolled in the monstrosity that is the "Affordable Care Act," the president making promises that he knows he can't keep - and all the other sloppy inattention to detail, the amateurish attitude of those who are supposed to be in charge, and the overall unacceptable level of incompetence would embarrass even the most arrogant of presidential administrations and have the nation up in arms and ready to put up a set of gallows between the two houses of Congress.

But, something has happened to America in the last couple of decades: a large part of the population has conceded its future to a government that grows bigger and more intrusive every day. Rather than take their heads out of the sand and admit that they are passing along a fiscal monster that's going to devour the prosperity of foreseeable generations, they choose to accept:

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Fruitland Police Department Press Release

DATE & TIME: Monday November 4, 2013 @ 1135 hoursINCIDENT: Assault / 4th Degree Sex Offense / False Imprisonment 
LOCATION: In the area of S. Camden Avenue @ Allen Road
SUSPECT: Charles O. Parsons IIICHARGES: Assault 2nd Degree

False Imprisonment

Sex Offense 4th Degree

SYNOPSIS: On November 4, 2013 officers responded to the 600 block of South Camden Avenue for a report of an attempted child abduction. Officers met with the juvenile victim (Age 11) who reported that while walking to a friend’s house the victim was approached by the suspect who attempted to make conversation. The victim stated they would not talk to strangers and the suspect grabbed the victim and attempted to pull the victim away from their intended destination. The victim screamed for help and was able to get away from the suspect. Responding officers checked the area and were able to locate the suspect in close proximity to the area where the incident took place. The suspect, identified as Charles O. Parsons III of Eden, Maryland, was placed under arrest and later transported to WCDC.

BREAKING NEWS: Christie Projected To Cruise To Second Term As NJ Governor

Republican Chris Christie, governor of New Jersey, is projected to win reelection over Democratic challenger Barbara Buono.


FREE Child Safety Seat Check @ Royal Farms

Safe Kids Lower Shore Maryland OffersFREE Child Safety Seat Check @ Royal Farms 

Salisbury MD
– Safe Kids Lower Shore Maryland Coalition (SKLSMD) encourages parents and guardians to ensure the safety of their youngest passengers by having their child safety seats checked for proper installation. On November 8, 2013, SKLSMD will offer free inspections by certified child passenger safety technicians. The event will be held at the Royal Farms on Rt. 50 West, 7900 Royalty Way, as part of the Coalition’s free Fall Car Seat Check program. Parents and guardians are encouraged to stop by anytime from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. to attend. No appointment is needed. All children will receive a surprise gift!

Car seat checks are conducted at various locations throughout the state and serve to educate parents and caregivers on the proper way to install child safety seats. They are a great opportunity for parents to learn from certified technicians and ask personalized questions specific to the needs of their child.

Safe Kids also provides an online checklist for parents who wish to perform a self-check of their children’s car and booster seats. This checklist can be found here. For those interested in additional child safety information, visit

Federal Debt Jumped $409 Billion in October; $3,567 Per Household

The debt of the federal government, which is normally subject to a legal limit, jumped by $409 billion in the month of October, according to the U.S. Treasury.

That equals approximately $3,567 for each household in the United States, and is the second-largest one month jump in the debt in the history of the country.

In the continuing resolution deal sealed by President Barack Obama and the Republican congressional leadership last month, the legal limit on the federal debt was suspended until February 7 of next year.

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7 Steps To Mastering The Art Of Conversation

In The Art of Conversation: A Guided Tour of a Neglected Pleasure, Catherine Blyth gives some great tips on handling the subtle nuances of polite interaction.
Here are seven of my favorite bits:
How To Make Small Talk

Whatever the context, old friends or new, it is best if speakers respect five principles:
Put others at ease
Put yourself at ease
Weave in all parties
Establish shared interests
Actively pursue your own


WASHINGTON – After multiple top generals described to WND what they regard as a full-scale “purge” of the U.S. military by the Obama administration, the commander of U.S. Army Garrison Japan was summarily relieved of duty and his civilian deputy reassigned, pending a “misconduct” investigation.

Nine generals and flag officers have been relieved of duty under Obama just this year – widely viewed as an extraordinary number – and several sources put the total number of senior officers purged during the five years of the Obama administration as close to 200.

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Lawmakers Could Save Millions By Targeting Food Stamp Fraud

As House and Senate negotiators meet for the first joint talks on a bill that includes sharp cuts to food-stamp funding, an open question is whether lawmakers will get serious about targeting fraud in the massive program.

A recent inspector general audit suggests a full-blown crackdown on fraud could save $222 million a year.

The amount appears relatively small considering the government pays out roughly $70 billion in annual food stamps benefits. But negotiators will likely consider every penny of potential savings as they try to bridge the gap between the GOP-led House’s proposed $40 billion cut and the Democrat-led Senate’s $4.5 billion cut.

Food stamps, officially known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, are part of the larger farm bill but are being dealt with through the House’s separate Nutrition Reform and Work Opportunity bill.



REISTERSTOWN, MD  – As part of the O’Malley-Brown Administration’s commitment to homeland security, Governor Martin O’Malley issued an Executive Order to adopt the Maryland Emergency Preparedness Program (MEPP). The MEPP is the overarching platform to ensure a consistent and comprehensive approach to preparedness.

The Executive Order outlines the roles and responsibilities related to the four mission areas used for measuring preparedness -- prevention and protection, hazard mitigation, incident response and disaster recovery. The Order is part of the Administration’s ongoing efforts to improve our State's ability to withstand adverse conditions, both natural and man-made. Under the Executive Order, the Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA), Maryland State Police, and other state agencies are charged with fulfilling the activities that support those four core mission areas.

“Our most solemn obligation as public servants is to ensure the safety of our people. Over the last several years, winter blizzards, Hurricanes Irene and Sandy and the derecho storms have given us many opportunities to learn new lessons in safety and preparedness,” said Governor O’Malley. “Building on those lessons, this new program will help to improve preparedness among individuals, businesses and governments throughout Maryland.”

MEMA is coordinating the new efforts with other state agencies, local partners and the private sector.

“Traditionally, state emergency management agency plans focus on roles and responsibilities during the response phase of an emergency – providing help for local governments and their first responders,” saidMEMA Director Ken Mallette. “Now, we will develop robust plans to deal with those other mission areas – recovery, prevention and mitigation’ – so we will be better prepared to serve our residents.”

Government Shutdown 2013: Federal Workers Sue Government Post-Shutdown

The government shutdown may feel like ancient history, but some federal workers say they’re still dealing with the financial consequences. Even though they received back-pay, they are now suing the government.

So far, there are just five federal workers who have joined this collective action lawsuit – which is different than a class action lawsuit, because plaintiffs must opt-in and file the appropriate paperwork. They hope and believe more federal workers will sign on.

The five workers employed by the Bureau of Prisons in cities across the country were deemed "essential” and worked throughout the 16 day shutdown, but they were not paid in-full until the shutdown ended.

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Asian Ladybugs Becoming Peskier For Homeowners

Have you noticed an inordinate amount of ladybugs around lately?

It’s to be expected, according to Jennifer Frye, an invertebrate ecologist at the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.

“This is something that’s been happening more and more in the last couple of decades,” she says.

But these aren’t American insects. They are actually Asia natives that were first introduced to America in the early 1900s to control aphids, otherwise known as plant lice. The population began thriving here in the 1980s.

So You Think Acetominaphen Is Safe?

When it comes to proven, over-the-counter solutions for easing pain and controlling a fever, acetaminophen (also called paracetamol, and best known by the brand name, Tylenol) has long been the preferred recommendation for many. It is actually the most widely used product of its kind, and with good reason. When compared to other non-prescription pain relievers and fever reducers, such as aspirin or ibuprofen, acetaminophen is considered to be much more safe — especially for young children, people with weak or compromised liver function, or blood-clotting concerns. [1]
The Dangers of Acetaminophen

But, not so fast. Despite being a better choice than some of the alternatives, acetaminophen doesn’t exactly get a free pass. To the contrary, severe health problems such as liver damage and death have been reported, even after “mild” overdose.


Nasty New Computer Virus Holds Your Data Hostage

A nasty new kind of computer virus is making the rounds.

The Cryptolocker virus is what's known as "Ransomware." It encrypts the files on a user's computer and then demands a payment to get it back. And in this case, that data is encrypted using a key that's so strong that even a supercomputer couldn't break it. For users, that means that unless they pay the ransom, their files are as good as gone. To get the files back, the virus demands payments of anywhere from $300 to $1000.

Cryptolocker is being spread by malicious files attached to "phishing" e-mails. The e-mails purport to come from banking or shipping companies, and include attached files which appear to be PDF text files. What the user doesn't know is that clicking on those files will install the virus on their machine. Experts also say the viruses are NOT being caught by current anti-virus programs. What that means is that by the time it shows up on your machine, it's too late to stop it.

The Founder Of A Famous Ad Agency Wrote A Fantastic Memo On How To Be A Good Writer

In 1982, the late founder of the Ogilvy & Mather advertising agency David Ogilvy issued a memo of 10 incredible writing tips to his staff.

Known as "the father of advertising," Ogilvy made sure his employees knew they'd only climb the ladder at his agency if their writing was sharp, clear, and precise. As Ogilvy said, "people who think well, write well."

Here are 10 writing tips we can all learn from, as posted on Ogilvy & Mather's Twitter account earlier this month.

Basically anyone in business anywhere can learn from this.


Troopers Seek Public’s Help In Identifying A Subject

Location: 38000 block of Fred Hudson Road, Bethany Beach, DE

Dates of Occurrence: Wednesday October 30, 2013

Victim: 55 year old male

White male, medium build, wearing a dark blue shirt, blue jeans, and tan/white hat
Bethany Beach, DE- The Delaware State Police is asking for the public’s assistance in attempting to identify a male subject who trespassed onto a victim's property north of Bethany Beach.

On Wednesday October 30, 2013 around 10:55 a.m., a white male subject parked a newer style Jeep in front of the victim's driveway located in the 38000 block of Fred Hudson Road. The male then began walking along the side of the victim's residence peering in as if to see if anyone was home. After spending some time outside of the home, the suspect then returned to his vehicle and departed the area. Video surveillance captured the suspect who appeared to be a white male wearing a dark blue long sleeve shirt, blue jeans, and a tan or white hat.

If anyone has any information on this incident or the suspect, they are asked to contact Detective R. Mears at 302-856-5850 ext. 255 or by utilizing the Delaware State Police Mobile Crime Tip Application available to download at: Information may also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333, via the internet, or by sending an anonymous tip by text to 274637 (CRIMES) using the keyword "DSP."

Must-Read: Texas Single Mom's Viral 'Thank You' Letter to Obama

A single mother in Texas by the name of Yolanda Burroughs-Vestal has written a ‘thank you’ letter to President Obama that just demands to be read:

Dear President Obama,

I wanted to take a moment to say thank you for all you have done and are doing. You see I am a single Mom located in the very small town of Palmer, Texas. I live in a small rental house with my two children. I drive an older car that I pray daily runs just a little longer. I work at a mediocre job bringing home a much lower paycheck than you or your wife could even imagine living on. I have a lot of concerns about the new “Obamacare” along with the taxes being forced on us Americans and debts you are adding to our country. I have a few questions for you Mr. President.

Have you ever struggled to pay your bills? I have.


Why Congress Is Trying To Kill The CFTC

There are lots of problems with America’s regulatory agencies. Budgets shouldn’t be one of them.

Take the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), a great case in point.

The CFTC is responsible for a lot of regulation. It now regulates the largest, most opaque market on the planet, the $400 trillion-plus swaps derivatives market.

And while $400 trillion is a big deal, so is catching LIBOR manipulating crooks, and commodity pooling Ponzi-schemers, and Jon Corzine, and determining whether banks (I’m not going to name names, Goldman Sachs) that own commodity warehouses that control metals are manipulating prices.

All of the market-related things the CFTC regulates and is responsible for are, depending on who’s being screwed, relatively equal in importance.


U.S. Govt. May Force Doctors To Accept Obamacare And Medicare Patients, Eventually At Gunpoint

The primary tool of socialism is force, and while that force usually begins with good intentions codified into law, it inevitably ends up with the kind of force used by Mao Zedong to murder millions of his own citizens. “Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun,” he famously stated, and Obama-supporting democrats are following in his footsteps.

Word from the street is that Kathleen Murphy, a democrat running for the House, wants to make it a legal requirement that doctors accept Medicare and Obamacare patients.

Many doctors, of course, have already announced that will not accept such patients because they would go bankrupt if they did. The government’s payout on medical services rendered to patients in these groups is a total joke, you see: doctors sometimes receive only 30% of what they actually billed. And they can’t negotiate, either. The government simply tells you what you “get” to receive in terms of payment, regardless of how much you actually billed as a doctor.


Ron Paul: What Was Not Said About Iraq

October was Iraq’s deadliest month since April, 2008. In those five-and-a-half years, not only has there been no improvement in Iraq’s security situation, but things have gotten much worse. More than 1,000 people were killed in Iraq last month, the vast majority of them civilians. Another 1,600 were wounded, as car bombs, shootings, and other attacks continue to maim and murder.

As post-“liberation” Iraq spirals steadily downward, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki was in Washington last week to plead for more assistance from the United States to help restore order to a society demolished by the 2003 U.S. invasion. Al-Qaeda has made significant recent gains, Maliki told President Barack Obama at their meeting last Friday, and Iraq needs more U.S. military aid to combat its growing influence.


Md. Health Insurance Carriers To Drop 73K Members

The Maryland Insurance Administration says carriers have notified the state that they plan to discontinue non-grandfathered individual health benefit plans affecting more than 73,000 members in Maryland next year.

Individual health insurance policies are being canceled for millions of people nationwide who buy individual insurance policies as federal health care reform requires plans to cover certain benefits. Policies are being discontinued because they don't meet the higher benefit requirements of the Affordable Care Act.



Neither accused killer lived to tell his story
The JFK assassination bears remarkable resemblance to a coup d’etat in Guatemala engineered by the CIA under the direction of Allen Dulles during the Eisenhower administration in the 1950s, contends WND senior writer Jerome Corsi, author of the newly released “Who Really Killed Kennedy? 50 Years Later: Stunning New Revelations about the JFK Assassination.”

The CIA plan was to shoot and kill the Guatemalan head-of-state and place the blame for the assassination on a “patsy,” a person innocent of the crime, who in turn would be murdered to frustrate any subsequent criminal investigation or trial.



Main St Gym Juniors Compete

Millersville MD, Three Main St. Gym boxers competed in Millersville Saturday evening at Club One. The night has a card of 19 bouts that included novice, open and junior divisions.

Nine year old Erick Acosta, who attends Fruitland Elementary School fought in the 70lb division and was edged out in a close decision by Lawrence Malcolm of Keystone Boxing.

In the third bout of the night, Kobe Moore a Wi Middle School 
Student fought in the 90lb, 11 year old division and lost a closely fought battle to Keith Cooke of No-Excuse Boxing. 

The fifth bout of the night saw Lavont Shakoor of Salisbury in his competition debut. Lavont who is 8 years old and weighed 60 lbs won his very first bout with a solid decision over Jimmy McGavin of Club One in front of a large, pro McGavin home crowd.

“ The kids did a great job tonight and I am very proud of all of them, It takes so much to climb up the ring and stay focused on what you have learned, You have the crowd and an opponent you have never seen, People don’t realize the composure it takes for these kids, I was happy to see Lavont get a win in his first fight, He is a good little guy and works hard in the gym. Kobe and Erick have had many wins and will see many more, but getting a win out of the gate can be a big motivator” Said Coach Hal Chernoff of the Main St Gym.

Cops Tase Father Trying To Save His 3-Year-Old Son From House Fire


Like millions of Americans, Justin Hadley’s private insurance was canceled because of Obamacare eligibility rules. So the North Carolina dad decided to check out the site to evaluate his options.

But to his surprise, Hadley got a gander at other people’s health care options.

“I was in complete shock,” Hadley told the Heritage Foundation after he said the Obamacare website delivered him insurance eligibility letters addressed to individuals from another state.


WCSO Most Wanted 11-5-13

Kelly Edward Cox
Kelly Edward Cox
• White Male, 5’11” 150 lbs
• DOB 08/20/1953 60 years of age
• Black hair, Hazel eyes
• Cox’s last known address was Salisbury MD 
• Cox is wanted by the Sheriff's Office on a District Court Bench Warrant issued in October 2005 for Violation for Probation on multiple counts of Forgery of a Private Document, Uttering a False Document, Theft under $500, Theft Scheme over $500
• And on a Circuit Court Bench Warrant issued for Failure to Appear in July 2005 for a Jury Trial on multiple traffic charges
• There is no preset bond, he must be brought before the court 

Charles Albert Sheppard Jr.
• Black Male, 5’05” 190 lbs
• DOB 07/23/74 39 years of age
• Black hair, Brown eyes
• Sheppard’s last known address was Delmar MD
• Sheppard uses the nickname Bo or BooBoo
• Sheppard is wanted by the Sheriff’s Office on a District Court Bench Warrant issued for Failure to Appear in June 2012 on the charge of Assault 2nd
• The preset bond is $10,000
• Sheppard has a history of RESIST ARREST

Reginald Edward Quailes
• Black Male, 5’09” 160 lbs
• DOB 10/28/1968 45 years of age
• Black hair, Brown eyes
• Quailes’ last known address was Salisbury MD
• Quailes uses the nicknames Fube or Fubi and Bube as well as the alias Charles Ray Jr
• Quailes is wanted by the Sheriff’s Office on a District Court Bench Warrant issued for Failure to Appear in June 2013 for a Violation of Probation hearing on the charge of Theft $1000 to $10,000
• Quailes should be APPROACHED WITH CAUTION, he has a history of RESITS ARREST, ASSAULT POLICE, and DRUG ABUSE, he should be considered DANGEROUS

Braheem Lamar Kelly
• Black Male, 5’10” 220 lbs
• DOB 03/05/1981 32 years of age
• Black hair, Brown eyes
• Kelly’s last known address was Salisbury MD
• Kelly is wanted by the Sheriff’s Office on a Circuit Court Bench Warrant issued for Failure to Appear in May 2010 for a Violation of Probation Hearing on the charge of CDS Manufacture Distribute Narcotics 
• There is no preset bond, he must be brought before the court
• Kelly has a history of being a DRUG USER SELLER

  Danyal Donta Dashiell
• Black Male, 5’07” 211 lbs
• DOB 10/02/1974 39 years of age
• Black hair, Brown eyes
• Dashiell’s last known address was Salisbury MD
• Dashiell is wanted by the Sheriff's Office on a District Court Arrest Warrant issued in August 2011 for CDS Possess Cocaine and Marijuana
• Dashiell has a history of DRUG ABUSE and should be APPROACHED WITH CAUTION

Million American Jobs Project

Dr. Ben Carson: ObamaCare Is About Controlling Our Lives

FOX News contributor Dr. Ben Carson weighs in on ObamaCare and whether he will run for office.


Internet Displeased With Hallmark For Switching Carol’s Lyrics From “Gay” To “Fun” On Ornament

In 1794, when “Deck the Halls” was written, if someone said they were having a “gay” time, it meant one thing: Happy. But just because the meaning of that word has changed in the intervening years, many Hallmark customers are not at all pleased that the greeting card company dropped the original “don we now our gay apparel” lyric in favor of “fun” for a new ugly holiday sweater Christmas ornament.

Facebook commentators took up arms against the company’s switch on Hallmark’s page, writing that Hallmark shouldn’t have changed the lyrics in the spirit of being politically correct — and besides, “gay” isn’t a dirty word, said others.


Reminder Route 90 Closure For Wednesday And Thursday


The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) will be replacing a drainage inlet gate on the MD 90 (Ocean City Expressway) Bridge. The work will be performed on Wednesday, November 6 and Thursday, November 7.

To safely perform the necessary repair, SHA will close westbound MD 90 between MD 528 (Coastal Highway) and St. Martin Neck Road. Motorists leaving Ocean City should use US 50 (Ocean Gateway) to MD 589 (Racetrack Road).

Eastbound MD 90 (inbound toward Ocean City) will NOT be affected. Crews will work from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.

The single lane closure is necessary for SHA to repair drainage inlets on MD 90. Portable Variable Message Signs are posted on Coastal Highway alerting motorists to the temporary westbound lane closure on MD 90.

At Least 3.5 Million Americans Have Now Had Their Health Insurance Policies Canceled Thanks To Obamacare

Americans see potential for winners and losers under health law, causing anxiety and confusion

— Now is when Americans start figuring out that President Barack Obama's health care law goes beyond political talk, and really does affect them and people they know.

With a cranky federal website complicating access to new coverage and some consumers being notified their existing plans are going away, the potential for winners and losers is creating anxiety and confusion.

"I've had questions like, 'Are they going to put me in jail if I don't buy insurance? Because nobody will sell it to me,'" said Bonnie Burns, a longtime community-level insurance counselor from California. "We have family members who are violently opposed to 'Obamacare' and they are on Medicaid — they don't understand that they're already covered by taxpayer benefits.

"And then there is a young man with lupus who would have never been insurable," Burns continued. "He is on his parents' plan and he'll be able to buy his own coverage. They are very relieved."

A poll just out from the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation documents shifts in the country in the month since insurance sign-ups began.

Fifty-five percent now say they have enough information to understand the law's impact on their family, up 8 percentage points in just one month. Part of the reason is that advertising about how to get coverage is beginning to register.

"The law is getting more and more real for people," said Drew Altman, the foundation's president. "A lot of this will turn on whether there's a perception that there have been more winners than losers. ... It's not whether an expert thinks something is a better insurance policy, it's whether people perceive it that way."


Prostitutes And Lady Gaga Tickets

A Navy commander sells secrets to a Southeast Asian contractor and cheats the government out of tens of millions of dollars. Court documents charge Navy Commander Michael Misiewicz with passing confidential information on ship routes in exchange for prostitutes and Lady Gaga tickets. The Navy commander and a government contractor, nicknamed Fat Leonard, allegedly diverted aircraft carriers and destroyers to Asian ports with lax oversight where the contractor could overcharge the Navy millions for fuel, food and collect money for tariffs fabricated using phony port authorities. A senior Navy investigator, accused of keeping Francis abreast of the investigation, is also charged.

Democratic Senator: Shut Down

The Obama administration says a senior Democratic Senator asked the White House to shut down until it's fixed. The answer was "no." The Wall Street Journal reports, the request came from Sen. Dianne Feinstein. It went to Denis McDonough, the president's chief of staff. He says administration officials believe it's easier to fix the site if it's kept running. McDonough said the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services had also considered taking it offline.

Terror Suspect Escapes Mosque In Burqa

Obamacare 'Truth'

SPD Press Releases 11-5-13

Middle-Class Migration

Americans are moving away from high-tax, high-housing-cost states.

Where are Americans moving, and why? Timothy Noah, writing in the Washington Monthly, professes to be puzzled. He points out that people have been moving out of states with high per capita incomes — Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Maryland — to states with lower income levels.

“Why are Americans by and large moving away from economic opportunity rather than toward it?” he asks.

Actually, it’s not puzzling at all. The movement from high-tax, high-housing-cost states to low-tax, low-housing-cost states has been going on for more than 40 years, as I note in my new bookShaping Our Nation: How Surges of Migration Transformed America and Its Politics. Between 1970 and 2010, the population of New York state increased from 18 million to 19 million. In that same period, the population of Texas increased from 11 million to 25 million. The picture is even starker if you look at major metro areas. The New York metropolitan area, including counties in New Jersey and Connecticut, increased from 17.8 million in 1970 to 19.2 million in 2010 — up 8 percent. During that time, the nation grew 52 percent. In the same period, the four big metro areas in Texas — Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Austin — grew from 6 million to 15.6 million, a 160 percent increase.


Obama Master Plan On Health Care Over The Years In His Own Words

AP Editors: Obama Relies On Staged Propaganda Photos

Editors of The Associated Press condemned the White House’s refusal to give photojournalists real access to President Obama, who prefers to circulate press release-style pictures taken by his own paid photographers.
These official photographs are little more than propaganda, according to AP director of photography Santiago Lyon.

The AP has only been permitted to photograph the president in the Oval Office on two occasions. Both were during his first term. All other pictures of Obama in his office were taken by White House photographers and distributed to the press.


Top Dem Admits: ‘We Knew’

House Democratic whip Steny Hoyer conceded to reporters today that Democrats knew people would not be able to keep their current health care plans under Obamacare and expressed qualified contrition for President Obama’s repeated vows to the contrary.

“We knew that there would be some policies that would not qualify and therefore people would be required to get more extensive coverage,” Hoyer said in response to a question from National Review Online.


Man Killed After Falling From Roth Bridge

Location: Roth Bridge, Middletown, DE

Date of Occurrence: Tuesday, November 5, 2013, at 1:41 a.m.

Victim: 26-year-old male from Wilmington, DE

Resume: Middletown -Troopers are investigating the death of a 26-year-old Wilmington man who died this morning after falling from the Roth Bridge.

The investigation began at 1:41 a.m. when Troopers responded to a report of a man who fell from the bridge. Detectives determined that the victim had been driving south on Route 1 when his vehicle became disabled on the northern side of the bridge.

The victim called for a tow truck. Before the tow truck arrived, a friend retrieved the victim and they left the disabled vehicle. After exiting Route 1 and reentering it traveling north, they drove across the bridge and saw that a tow truck had arrived at the disabled vehicle.

The friend stopped the vehicle, and the victim exited and attempted to cross from the northbound side of the bridge to the southbound side. While attempting to jump he fell between the bridge spans and struck the ground below. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Detectives are continuing their investigation into this incident, and no foul play is suspected. There were lane closures on Route 1 for approximately three hours as detectives conducted their investigation on the bridge.

WCSO Press Release 11-5-13

Incident: Assault
Date of Incident: 1 November 2013
Location: 800 block of Seminole Boulevard, Salisbury, MD
Suspect: Kashawn J. Booker, 20, Salisbury, MD
Narrative: On 1 November 2013 at 9:55 PM, a deputy from the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office responded to a residence in the 800 block of Seminole Boulevard in Salisbury for a reported domestic related altercation. The deputy learned that an altercation ensued between Kashawn Booker and a female that escalated to a physical assault when Booker reportedly punched the female in the face. During the investigation, the deputy observed signs of injury on the female that corroborated her account.  The deputy placed Booker under arrest and transported him to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. After an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Booker in the Detention Center in lieu of $30,000.00 bond.
Charges: Assault 2nd Degree
Booker, Kashawn
Booker, Kashawn

Incident: Possession of Heroin
Date of Incident: 2 November 2013
Location: U.S. Rt. 13, Salisbury, MD
Suspect: Luther Lashawn Brothers, 33, Chesapeake, VA
Narrative: On 2 November 2013 at 11:41 PM, a deputy from the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office stopped a vehicle in which Luther Brothers of Chesapeake, VA was a passenger, for speeding on U.S. 13. During the ensuing encounter with Brothers and the driver of the vehicle, the deputy observed indicators that suggested the pair was possibly involved in illicit activity. During a pat down of Brothers, the deputy detected what was easily identified as a brick of heroin in the pants pocket of Brothers.  The deputy recovered the heroin and would subsequently weigh it at just over 40 grams. Based on the amount recovered, the deputy surmised it was intended for future distribution or sale.  The deputy placed Brothers under arrest and transported him to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. After an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Brothers in the Detention Center in lieu of $750,000.00 bond.
Charges: Possession of Heroin, Import Heroin into the State of Maryland, Possession of Heroin with the Intent to Distribute
Brothers, Luther
Brothers, Luther

Incident: Burglary
Date of Incident: 1 November 2013
Location: 600 block of Gunby Road, Salisbury, MD
Suspect: 1. Male Juvenile, 17, Salisbury, MD
               2. Male Juvenile, 17, Salisbury, MD
Narrative: On 1 November 2013 at 9:26 AM, deputies from the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office responded to a reported residential burglary that had just occurred. The homeowner had just come home to find the rear door kicked in. Further examination led to the discovery of a laptop computer, cash and two long guns missing from the residence. Two juvenile subjects were observed in the area but they attempted to run away when the homeowner inquired as to what they were up to. Responding deputies managed to locate both, one of them with the help of a K9. Upon apprehension, one was discovered to have the stolen laptop in his backpack while the other had the stolen cash in his backpack. One of the juveniles led the deputies to where they had hidden the stolen firearms.  Both juveniles were arrested and transported to the Sheriff’s Office pending the notification of the Department of Juvenile Services. After a review of the case, the Department of Juvenile Services placed both juveniles on electronic monitoring and released them to their parents.
Charges: Burglary 1st Degree and Theft over $1,000.00

Incident: Assault
Date of Incident: 1 November 2013
Location: 28000 block of Ocean Gateway, Salisbury, MD
Suspect: Emily Jean Derbyshire, 31, Hebron, MD
Narrative: On 1 November 2013 at 2:10 PM, a deputy arrested Emily Derbyshire in connection with an assault that had taken place the week prior. In this incident, Derbyshire allegedly began assaulting another female while they were inside a vehicle after an argument ensued over text messages that Derbyshire had sent to this other female’s boyfriend. During this incident, Derbyshire reportedly kept the vehicle doors locked in an attempt to prevent the female from being able to get out of the vehicle.  Upon arrest, the deputy transported Derbyshire to the Central Booking Unit where she was processed and taken in front of the district Court Commissioner. After an initial appearance, the Commissioner released Derbyshire on Personal Recognizance.
Charges: Assault 2nd Degree and False Imprisonment

Date: 4 Nov 2013
  • On 1 November 2013 at 10:53 deputies stopped a vehicle operated by Stephen Drummond and arrested him on an outstanding arrest warrant that had been issued for possession of Marijuana. Search of Drummond post arrest revealed two baggies of marijuana in his pants pocket. Drummond was released by the District Court Commissioner upon presentation on the arrest warrant. Drummond was issued a Criminal Citation for the possession of marijuana stemming from this stop.
Drummond, Stephen
Drummond, Stephen
  • On 1 November 2013 a deputy arrested Netisha D. Black on an outstanding Circuit Court Body Attachment that was issued in a Child Support case. Black was detained in the Detention Center in lieu of $10,000.00 bond.
Black, Netisha
Black, Netisha