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by MATTHEW UMSTEAD | August 1, 2006
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - A jury of 10 women and four men, including two alternates, was seated Monday in Martinsburg to consider the federal government's case of a former West Virginia State Police sergeant charged with mail fraud. The trial for George William Bradshaw III, of 614 E. Moler Ave., is expected to begin at 8:30 a.m. today in U.S. District Court, with opening statements by U.S. Attorney Paul T. Camilletti. The jurors were selected from a pool of 46 for a trial that Judge W. Craig Broadwater said could take as many as three days to complete, "if everything went perfectly.
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By DON AINES | September 1, 2010
Private criminal complaints filed against one another by a Maryland State Police sergeant and a former girlfriend have been dismissed in Washington County District Court. Sgt. Timothy J. McKenrick, 45, and Sarah E. Britton, 29, filed the complaints as the result of an Aug. 6 incident at McKenrick's home northwest of Hagerstown, according to the applications for statement of charges. Britton sought charges of first-and second-degree assault against McKenrick, who in turn sought charges of third- and fourth-degree burglary, trespassing and second-degree assault against Britton, court records show.
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July 22, 2012
The Hagerstown Community College Alumni Association will host the U.S. Air Force Concert Band and Singing Sergeants as part of its annual Red, White and Blue Summer Concert Series on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at HCC's Alumni Amphitheater. The band is the largest symphonic wind ensemble in the U.S. Air Force Band. The concert band presents more than 100 concerts annually and performs a variety of music from light classics, popular favorites and instrumental features to classical transcriptions and original works.
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By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | July 16, 2012
Kevin Simmers has seen a lot of crimes during his 25 years with the Hagerstown Police Department. But the one that sticks out the most, he said, occurred when he was serving on a prostitution detail. “One 85-year-old guy was on his way to visit his mother and picked up a female officer,” Simmers said. “That was kind of different.” Simmers, 47, retired from the department June 15 after serving in a variety of positions, most recently as the sergeant of the Downtown Squad.
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By DAVE McMILLION | January 13, 2006
MARTINSBURG, W.VA. charlestown@herald-mail.com A former West Virginia State Police sergeant who was a supervisor of the state police detachment in Martinsburg has been indicted by a federal grand jury on a charge of mail fraud after an audit of the detachment's evidence room revealed that $18,542 was missing, according to U.S. Attorney Thomas E. Johnston. The case involved reports that were altered or were fraudulent and investigations that did not occur, according to the indictment.
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by DAVE McMILLION | July 18, 2006
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - A former West Virginia State Police sergeant who was indicted last year on a charge of mail fraud following an audit of the Martinsburg state police detachment's evidence room is set to face trial in a little less than two weeks. George William Bradshaw III, of 614 E. Moler Ave., will face trial beginning July 31 in U.S. District Court in Martinsburg, attorneys in the case said in a hearing in U.S. District Court Monday afternoon. U.S. Attorney Paul Camilletti told District Judge Craig Broadwater that he expects to use 25 witnesses and that the trial could last about four days.
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by MATTHEW UMSTEAD | August 3, 2006
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Fifteen current or former West Virginia State Police officers testified Wednesday in the federal government's mail fraud case against retired Martinsburg detachment commander George William Bradshaw III, but none of them directly implicated him. But assistant U.S. Attorney Paul T. Camilletti appeared to use their testimony to repeatedly show jurors seated for the trial in Martinsburg how Bradshaw, of 614 E. Moler Ave. in...
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By 1st Lt. BLAKE SAKSA | November 30, 1999
Public Affairs Officer, 555 Combat Support Brigade, U.S. Army Air Force Master Sgt. John Rowland has dedicated a lifetime of service to this country. He is retiring from the Air Force early next year and recently I had the opportunity to sit down with him at Forward Operating Base (FOB) Marez in Mosul, Iraq, to discuss his life and career. Master Sgt. Rowland grew up on a farm in Sharpsburg. The son of Stanley and Evelyn Rowland of Sharpsburg, he joined the Air Force at age 18 because he was looking for something different in his life for a couple of years.
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By DON AINES | August 23, 2010
A Maryland State Police sergeant and a former girlfriend have filed criminal complaints against one another -- she claiming he pointed a gun at her earlier this month and he alleging she trespassed on his property. On Aug. 8, Sarah E. Britton sought charges of first- and second-degree assault against Sgt. Timothy J. McKenrick in an Aug. 6 incident, Washington County District Court records show. On Aug. 18, McKenrick filed a complaint seeking to charge Britton with third- and fourth-degree burglary, trespassing and second-degree assault, court records show.
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By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | August 27, 2012
HazMat crews rushed to the Winebrenner Wastewater Treatment Plant near Fort Ritchie on Monday morning after a malfunctioning valve caused chlorine to leak from a 150-gallon tank, according to Kevin Jones, a rescue sergeant with Leitersburg Volunteer Fire Co. He said the leak posed no danger to residents in the area. Emergency personnel received a call shortly after 7:30 a.m. for a chlorine leak that caused a cloud to form inside a building on the property, but Jones said the cloud had dissipated by the time responders arrived.
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