Monthly Archives: December 2011
The Ocean City Police Department’s Narcotics Unit recently concluded a follow-up investigation that stemmed from a vehicle collision on December 16, 2011. Andre James Kaczynski, 47, of Ocean Pines, was charged with driving while impaired, after the pick-up truck he … Continue reading
On December 22, 2011, at approximately 7:50 p.m., Ocean City Police responded to the area of 11621 Coastal Highway for a check on the welfare of an individual who was observed lying on the ground near a bicycle. When officers … Continue reading
The OCPD Christmas Needy Drive proved to be a blessing to many local families. With a volunteer crew of more than 60 people, Chief Bernadette DiPino and her staff tended to more than 85 families, including almost 200 children, this past Saturday at the Public Safety Building.
OCEAN CITY POLICE REMINDING CITIZENS: “THE BEST WAY TO SPREAD HOLIDAY CHEER IS DRIVING SOBER THIS YEAR”
The Ocean City Police Department is reminding citizens that “the best way to spread holiday cheer is driving sober this year.” While millions of people celebrate the holidays, the Ocean City Police Department will be aggressively enforcing impaired driving, distracted driving and negligent driving to assure that people get home safely this season.
The Ocean City Police Department proudly graduated five new officers from the Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy’s 67th police academy class onFriday, December 16, 2011, as well as one lateral police officer. Officers were formally recognized as certified police officers of the Ocean City Police Department, after 24 weeks (919 hours) of intense training. Continue reading
On December 16, 2011, at approximately 12:13 p.m. Ocean City Police and Fire Departments responded to the area of 142nd Street and Coastal Highway, in reference to a two car vehicle crash involving a 2 door car and a full sized pick-up truck.
Your home is your most valuable assets and protecting it with the following crime prevention tips is an inexpensive way to maintain value and safety. In addition to protecting your home, the Ocean City Police Department asks you to be alert and call if you see any suspicious people or activities in your neighborhood.
During the week of December 5, 2011, narcotics investigators from the Ocean City Police Department and the Worcester County Criminal Enforcement Team and Delaware State Police conducted three separate narcotics trafficking investigations, which culminated in the seizure of almost 5 pounds of marijuana with a total street value of approximately $43,000 Continue reading