Two men are dead and four more had to be rescued from a wicked rip current in Ocean City Wednesday afternoon. It’s the fourth and fifth time this summer that someone’s lost their life being pulled under.
Memorial Day weekend always brings big crowds to Ocean City. Police officers are ready to serve and protect.
Maryland State Police say they’re asking local officers in at least one county to patrol state highways due to a trooper shortage and a reorganization of the state agency.
A shootout between police and armed men in West Baltimore is the latest in a string of violent incidents shaking the community.
Much of the East Coast is now under a heightened state of alert. Law enforcement across Baltimore have increased police presence in critical areas.
You’ve probably never heard of the Maryland Oyster Patrol Police, but you know their successors. The Maryland Natural Resource Police floated in Thursday, and rolled out their newest and oldest pieces of equipment.
Police are on patrol all around Baltimore.
Police are doing extra patrols around schools in Queen Anne’s County.
A car crash, a stolen police car and a wild getaway attempt–all part of the chain of events that led police to shoot and kill a man in a parking lot. Now police have identified the 26-year-old suspect.
Saturday night, hundreds of additional police officers will be out on patrol at the Inner Harbor as thousands ring in the new year. If you’re a police officer, you now know, New Year’s Eve is one of those days when you’ll have to report for duty.
The Downtown Partnership hopes a joint patrol by a police officer and an addiction recovery specialist will help people feel safer around Lexington Market.
They’re Assateague Island’s famous wild horses. Park officials said the very thing that makes the horses a national treasure and draws millions of visitors to this 48,000-acre seashore south of Ocean City each year is under threat: Their wildness.