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NOTICE: This data base is a great FREE resource for credit managers, law enforcement and background investigations for private sector as well as government screenings of prospective employees. Those who are impaired are advised not to drive after ingesting drugs or alcohol as doing so and being arrested can cause serious negative experiences for obtaining employment…and could kill someone. If your name appears on this site and you believe you have proper cause to have it removed, provide such information to firstname.lastname@example.org to determine eligibility for removal. If you have killed someone and been convicted of being responsible for that death while operating impaired, don’t bother. The engravings of victims of impaired drivers are forever on grave markers.
Are you fed up with being nagged by friends, family, neighbors and Judges for your repeat offender DUI habits? Are you just a social drinker that only drinks and drives due to taxi cab strikes? This is your chance to escape this constant preaching and take a trip into the hereafter…costing you absolutely nothing for your burial! Between now and New Years Day 2014, one very lucky winner will be selected from all those who die in single-vehicle crashes into ponds, lakes, rivers, utility poles or trees, without killing anyone but themselves, will win a FREE COFFIN!
Maryland State Police spokesman Sgt. Richard Barilone interviewed by WUSA reporter Dave Statter, with cameraman Frank McDermott. Statter now runs STATter911.com and Barilone operates Compass limousine.
A Body in the Bay…the true story of Seafarers School student Nancy Lynn Manni who’s body was found in the Chesapeake Bay 20 years ago this month…she was last seen at the Tiki Bar at Solomon’s Island. This special segment of Investigations Discovery, Motives & Murder follows the reporting of Ken Rossignol in ST. MARY’S TODAY as the investigation by the Maryland Natural Resources Police investigator Dennis Leland (shown above), with the first homicide case of his career, proves fruitless…Who was her killer? He knew who he was and he was right under the noses of the police, in fact, he was in and out of two local jails while they were examining two other men as serious suspects…