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Carroll County Comet
Comet staff report
Carroll County Emergency Management Agency Director Dave McDowell has warned residents who live near the rivers to be watchful for flooding conditions this weekend. “It is supposed to continue to rain over the weekend, so pay attention to the news, and take appropriate precautions,” McDowell said in a news release Friday. “Tread more
"We got real lucky," said Dave ...
"We got real lucky," said Dave McDowell, director of Carroll County's Emergency Management Agency.
"We had a few close calls, but no one was hurt.
We had to relocate about 5,000 pigs, but no people.
"The storm did between $3 million and $4 million worth of damage."
said most of today will be spent collecting any additional reports of damage and aiding businesses however they can.
added that the forecast doesn't call for any new devastation.
"There's a line of debris that's over a mile long," he
"Early this morning Carroll ...
"Early this morning Carroll County Sheriff's deputies began driving up and down the roads waking people up with sirens and public address announcements," said Carroll County Emergency Management director Dave McDowell.McDowell
said many people were still out of the area because of January flooding that killed three people and caused more than $33 million damage.Others had returned but were leaving again.
From left to right, Clif Bridegum, ...
From left to right, Clif Bridegum, Dave McDowell, Shelby Potts, Beverly Brown and James Piatt
From left to right, Clif Bridegum, Dave McDowell
, Shelby Potts, Beverly Brown and James Piatt
Dave McDowell of the Calvert County Sheriff's Office.
Tom Hejl, ordered me to do it," McDowell
LUSBY --- Calvert Sheriff's Detectives Dave McDowell and Rick McCourt arrested Shawn Patrick Hooper and a 17-year-old girl and charged them with burglarizing several area homes as well as the Frying Pan Restaurant.
...There are no suspects at this time Detective Dave McDowell reported.
This case under investigation..
...ST. LEONARD --- Some time between 7 P.M.. and6 A.M. on April 7, unknown suspects forced entry into three boats at Boat Dock Street, St. Leonard Shores and stole property from all three valued at $3,000 according to a police reported filed by Detective Dave McDowell who said the case was under investigation.
Car Robbed and Damaged