ELKTON — A car was destroyed Wednesday when it caught on fire while it was being driven on a road north of Elkton, according to fire officials.
ELKTON — A man who stole baseball cards — some of which are highly collectible — and vintage comic books worth tens of thousands of dollars from a storage unit in Elkton has received an eight-year prison term.
ELKTON — A woman caught with more than 200 baggies containing heroin mixed with fentanyl when investigators raided her Elkton residence in April received a two-year prison term Wednesday, after accepting a plea deal.
ELKTON — An Elkton man who told investigators that he had been selling heroin mixed with fentanyl to raise money to purchase a truck — after they had caught him with nearly ¾ ounce of that drug in the wake of a traffic stop — has received a six-year prison term.
ELKTON — A man charged with attempted murder after he shot two people during a party inside an Elkton residence in April has been sentenced to time served — 127 days — after accepting a binding plea deal.
ELKTON — A man allegedly stole a Pepsi valued at $1.89 from an Elkton convenience store over the weekend, after his demand for money from employees at the checkout counter fell on deaf ears, police reported.
ELKTON — A man is facing several charges after he allegedly fired a shotgun toward neighboring houses and later pointed a handgun at the face of someone who had told him to put away his firearm, according to Cecil County District Court records.
CHARLESTOWN — A man remains jailed without bond after he allegedly punched a woman and then stabbed her boyfriend five times in the back and once in the face during what investigators described as a “road rage incident” near Charlestown over the weekend, according to Cecil County District Co…
WILMINGTON, Del. — A federal grand jury has indicted a Port Deposit woman who allegedly stole more than $300,000 from a Delaware medical practice during a six-year period while working there as the business director, according to the U.S. Office of the Attorney General.
CHERRY HILL — Detectives are investigating an apparent suicide after a body was found Thursday off a road north of Elkton, according to Maryland State Police.
ELKTON — A jury trial for a man charged in an Elkton drug case ended suddenly Thursday, when the judge agreed that prosecutors had failed to meet their burden of proof and then granted a defense motion for judgment of acquittal on all counts.
ELKTON — A man has received a five-year prison term for his role in what investigators described as an “organized burglary crew’ that targeted vacant and unoccupied Cecil County homes over several months last year.
CHARLESTOWN — Two specially trained Maryland State Police scent dogs led investigators to two suspects who were hiding in the woods near Charlestown, a short distance away from where, a little while earlier, a stolen all-terrain vehicle had been recovered, police reported.
ELKTON — A Cecil County man and a Pennsylvania woman remained jailed Tuesday after investigators confiscated heroin and other drugs during a traffic stop near Elkton, police reported.
ELKTON — A man has received a three-year prison term for his role in two robberies that occurred in Cecil County on consecutive days in February while the teenage victims were attempting to buy or trade for vape pens containing THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana.
ELKTON — A man who lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a utility pole in downtown Cecilton — killing his passenger — is serving an 18-month jail term after accepting a binding plea deal, according to court records.
ELKTON — A man remains jailed without bond after investigators confiscated approximately 50 pounds of marijuana “in multiple forms” inside a basement utility room “marijuana/THC lab” while raiding his Elkton residence, according to Cecil County District Court records.
PORT DEPOSIT — An investigation is continuing after a blaze destroyed a commercial barn used for breeding horses, causing an estimated $500,000 in damage to the structure and its contents, according to the Maryland Office of the State Fire Marshal.