As ghosts, goblins and ghouls take over neighborhood streets on Halloween night, police in Anne Arundel County are boosting patrols to keep an eye on something much more dangerous.
St. Patrick’s Day weekend is underway and Baltimore City Police are out in full force to keep the festivities under control.
This weekend thousands will gather across Baltimore City to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, and police say this year they’re increasing their patrols and establishing more checkpoints.
Celebration crackdown. After last year’s St. Patrick’s Day was marred by violence and destruction, police are vowing to step up patrols.
The Maryland State Police say troopers stopped more than 8,900 vehicles during the Thanksgiving weekend.
Frederick city police say they’re beefing up patrols in a downtown neighborhood where a fatal shooting was followed by a large street fight.
Maryland State Police plan to conduct saturation patrols for drunken or impaired drivers in every county
for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.