Michael Easley injected himself with “a significant amount of heroin” when agents attempted to arrest him in November of 2015.
The Kalmar Nyckle is a replica 1600’s wooden ship currently docked along the Portsmouth waterfront.
A woman was shot in the arm in Portsmouth Wednesday night.
Dispatch says the victim came into Maryview Hospital at 8:53 p.m.
A donation from Trinity Episcopal Church will allow officers to have stuffed animals in their patrol cars.
“I could never forget you cause you are the reason why I’m here. You believed in me more than I believed in myself.”
Detectives have located both Ashleigh N. Eaton and Edward A. Tew, Jr. safe and unharmed.
A 13-year-old boy walked into the emergency room of Maryview Hospital with a gunshot wound Monday evening.
Finishers included a girl on crutches, and a fourth grader diagnosed with congenital heart defects
“The overall scheme of the project was flawed to begin with,” said property owner Tony Goodwin.
The issue came up in the Stephen Rankin first-degree murder trial in the police-involved shooting of William Chapman.
Three ships will leave our area Monday to make it to the New York Harbor for the Parade of Ships.
Portsmouth Police say the chase began at 4:21 p.m. near Victory Boulevard and Deep Creek Boulevard.
The defense plans to call witnesses during the trial who will testify that Rankin shot Chapman in self-defense.
A multi-vehicle crash with an overturned car on Interstate 264 near Frederick Boulevard caused major delays Thursday morning.