A man was killed in a crash Thursday morning on state Route 404 at Deep Shore Road in Denton. Police say a pickup being driven east on Route 404 by 73 year old Larry Moore ran into the rear of a utility truck, driven by 29 year old Craig  Kelley of  Denton, who was stopped at the Deep Shore Road red light signal. Police said Moore was pronounced dead at the scene. Kelley was taken for medical treatment by family members.

 

Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s say a pressure washer was stolen from a residence in the 100 block of Beach Harbor Drive in Grasonville. Benjamin Colgan told police it was valued at $350 and it was taken from his shed.

 

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources and Queen Anne’s County Forestry Board will hold their annual tree seedling giveaway program next week.   These seedlings are available to the citizens of Queen Anne’s County in celebration of national Arbor Day on April 25. Quantities are limited and given out on a first-come, first served basis. Seedlings will be available for pickup from Tuesday, April 23, through Friday, April 26.

 

 

Police report someone broke into a garage and stole two dirt bikes.  It happened in the 800 Block of Dulin Clark Road in Centreville.  The owner told officers the dirt bikes were an orange/white  KTM and a teal/black Kawasaki. The bikes were chained and locked together, the chain and lock are also missing. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact QAC sheriffs.

 

  L & L liquors in Stevensville was broken into.  Police say the drive-through window of the business was damaged. The preliminary investigation revealed that cigarettes and lighters were missing from the store. Surveillance video showed a black man wearing a green sweatshirt, jeans, white shoes, and gloves going  into the store. The suspect had his face covered.

 

The Chestertown Marina has a new name. After several discussions the mayor and council decided to name the newly renovated facility to, the Port of Chestertown Marina. The vote was 3-2.