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June 5, 2010
Local law enforcement officials regularly visit Kaplan University-Hagerstown to work with the Fire Arms Training Simulator. They recently were on campus to remember one of their own as representatives from law enforcement helped dedicate the FATS Lab in memory of Smithsburg Police Officer Christopher Nicholson, who died in the line of duty. Color Guard members from the Hagerstown Police Department and Washington County Sheriff's Department opened the ceremony, attended by members of Nicholson's family, state Sen. Donald F. Munson, officers from several Washington County departments and faculty and staff of Kaplan University-Hagerstown.
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By SCOTT BUTKI | October 15, 1999
The Washington County and Frederick County Sheriff's Departments each received $4,000 grants from the U.S. Justice Department to buy bulletproof vests. In all, Maryland law enforcement agencies received $78,000 under the Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant Act. Under the grant program, counties must match at least 50 percent of the cost of each vest. The law was signed by President Clinton June 16, 1998. Washington County Sheriff Charles Mades could not be reached for comment Friday.
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By TRISH RUDDER | September 10, 2007
Courthouse loan in the works BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - A courthouse funding loan from the West Virginia Office of Economic Development is in the works, Morgan County Commission President Glen R. Stotler said Friday. Stotler said he does not know the terms or the amount of the loan, but that information is expected to be received next week. Stotler said the loan is a cooperative effort between the West Virginia Department of Commerce and Gov. Joe Manchin's office.
NEWS
July 13, 2006
The Washington County Sheriff's Department's chief deputy, Capt. Doug Mullendore, is running for sheriff in the 2006 election. Mullendore, 52, of 15613 Natural Well Road in Williamsport, is a Democrat. A 28-year law enforcement veteran, Mullendore was born and raised in Washington County. He graduated from Boonsboro High School and spent his first four years in law enforcement as a Boonsboro Police Department officer. He spent the next 24 years at the Sheriff's Department.
NEWS
February 27, 2003
County already has firing range at Ritchie To the editor: Last Oct. 22, a community meeting was held in Cascade to discuss law- enforcement issues in our community. We are pleased that Washington County Sheriff Mades, his staff and Lt. Johnston from the Hagerstown State Police barracks were active participants in the program. I noticed with interest Sheriff Mades' comments regarding the county's former use of the firing range at Fort Ritchie. Apparently, the county had use of the firing range in 1998 and 1999.
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by SCOTT BUTKI | July 10, 2003
scottb@herald-mail.com Hagerstown City Councilman Lewis C. Metzner on Wednesday called on the city and Washington County governments to consider forming a metropolitan police force, a move that would be designed to change the local law enforcement structure and end duplication of services. Polled Wednesday, council members Kristin B. Aleshire, Carol N. Moller and N. Linn Hendershot said they would be willing to explore the idea. Councilwoman Penny May Nigh said she wanted to talk to Hagerstown Police Chief Arthur Smith before commenting on Metzner's idea.
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By CRYSTAL SCHELLE | August 13, 2009
Erik Estrada still has a special place in his heart for Officer Francis "Ponch" Poncherello, the character he played for six seasons on "CHiPs. " So much so that when his cell phone rings during our interview, it's a familiar tune - the theme from "CHiPs. " "Isn't that trippy, baby?" Estrada says with a laugh before handing the cell phone off to his wife to answer. This weekend, Estrada will be part of the Martinsburg (W.Va.) Bike Night. He'll climb onto a Harley Davidson motorcycle and ride with the West Virginia Blues Knights Chapter to raise funds for Hospice of the Panhandle.
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by DAVE McMILLION | December 17, 2004
charlestown@herald-mail.com CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - Jefferson County officials are considering a fire fee to help county fire departments purchase additional equipment and pay for other needs, officials said Thursday. A fire fee, which would be charged to each homeowner in the county, would help pay for additional equipment, like firetrucks, Jefferson County Commissioner Greg Corliss said. The commissioners also are considering a law enforcement impact fee to help the sheriff's department pay for new equipment and facilities.
NEWS
April 21, 2006
Early dismissal Parents of Washington County students, be sure to note the following date on your calendar: Schools will be closing two-and-one-half hours early on Friday. This marks the end of the marking period for secondary students. Dance planned Dance the afternoon away on Sunday, April 23 ... a ballroom dance will be hosted at the Masonic Temple at 54 S. Potomac St., Hagerstown, from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Downtown Sounds will be performing. Admission is $9 per person.
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by Dan Seiler/Hagerstown | September 9, 2006
I am a Republican candidate for the office of Washington County Sheriff. I am confident that I have the ability, experience, the leadership and administrative skills essential to manage the sheriff's office at a lower cost to the taxpayer. I believe its almost-$18 million budget could be more efficiently managed. My experience has taught me many important lessons on how to provide police services in this rapidly growing county. As sheriff, I will review all current programs and policies.
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