A man convicted of breaking into a chicken house but cleared of other charges in the deaths of 33,700 birds killed after power was turned off, is appealing part of his sentence.
It all starts with the shape of the offender’s chin. When a composite drawing is initiated on the Salisbury Police Department’s new FACES facial composite identification software, the victim or witness describing the suspect has plenty of choices for the chin shape, which forms the shape of the lower half of the face.
It’s purely coincidental, say zoo organizers, that “Chaska” arrives at the Salisbury Zoological Park in time for Mother’s Day.
A Maryland state trooper shoots a man after he was dragged down the road in Salisbury.
Hundreds of people showed up for house parties in Salisbury and chaos followed. Beer cans were thrown at police—and that’s not all.
Police in Salisbury say officers used pepper spray to disperse a large crowd after rocks and bottles were thrown at officers.
Authorities say a man accused of turning off power to a chicken house and causing the death of some 33,700 birds has been ordered to spend 60 days in jail.
Salisbury police have charged two men with kidnapping a woman from a hospital emergency room.
A 30-year-old newcomer to the Salisbury City Council has been installed as council president.
Jim Ireton has been elected to a second term as mayor of Salisbury.
More than 300 people turned out in Salisbury for a town hall meeting on gun control legislation.
Salisbury police have arrested a man they say took a cab to a bank, had the driver wait while he robbed it, and left in the same vehicle.