Crime, Emergency Response

Man indicted after dealing drugs from Parkville apartment

BALTIMORE, MD – A federal grand jury has indicted Deandre Laquan Jones, a/k/a “Cuz,” 26, of Towson, and Tyrell Daront Curry, a/k/a “Mike,” 28, of Baltimore, on the federal charges of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute controlled substances, distribution of controlled substances, possession with intent to distribute drugs near a school, maintaining a drug-involved premises, as …


Emergency Response, Government, Science

Macroburst caused Wednesday storm damage in Perry Hall, White Marsh

PERRY HALL, MD – The National Weather Service has determined what caused Wednesday’s severe storm damage in Perry Hall and White Marsh – and it wasn’t a tornado. Forecasters say a “macroburst” was responsible for wreaking havoc on trees and power lines in the area. Northeastern Baltimore County and southern Harford County were hit by a macroburst, which produced damaging …


Homeland Security to conduct training exercise in Middle River on Saturday

MIDDLE RIVER, MD – The Department of Homeland Security will be conducting a training exercise in Middle River this weekend. On Saturday, May 4, 2019, Homeland Security, in conjunction with the Training Academy, Fire Department, Tactical Team, and the Baltimore City Police Department, will be conducting a full-scale training exercise at the BGE Home facility located at 1409 Tangier Drive …

‘Neighbors Helping Neighbors’ program to be offered at WMVFC

Residents with basic preparedness skills are more likely to handle everyday and large-scale emergencies successfully. “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” is a program sponsored by the Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management designed to give residents the information and tools needed to manage “everyday” emergencies, as well as large-scale weather and other major disasters. The program is offered several times a year …

Essex man sentenced to 17 years in prison for producing child pornography

An Essex man has been sentenced to prison in connection with child pornography charges. On Monday, Roy David Evans Jr., 34, of Essex, was sentenced to 17 years in prison followed by lifetime supervised release on charges of sexual exploitation of a minor to produce child pornography, possession of child pornography, and receipt of child pornography. The judge in the case also …

Officials preparing for potential localized flooding from Hurricane Florence

Although the current projected track of Hurricane Florence would appear to take the storm south of the Baltimore area, County Executive Don Mohler and his top public safety and public health team gathered at Bowleys Quarters Volunteer Fire Rescue and Marine this morning to advise residents to stay alert to possible changes and prepare in case of localized coastal and inland …