WEEKEND #14, 2005
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
BRUTAL MURDER SUSPECTS MAY HAVE STAYED IN DEWEY BEACH
A state trooper guards the Opal Dewey Beach Condominium where a couple wanted for murder may have spent Saturday night after torturing and strangling a man earlier that day in Bensalem Township, Pennsylvania.
Police say the suspects stole the victim's 1998 dark Green Saturn SL2 with Pennsylvania plates FLL3117. The Saturn has a yellow ribbon magnet and Philadelphia Eagles bumper sticker on the rear. The new condo is opposite the Southwinds Efficiency Motel on McKinley Street.
ENDANGERD RIGHT WHALE PHOTOGRAPHED BY COAST GUARD
These are actual photographs taken from an Ocean City Coast Guard vessel Sunday. They were provided by Jeff Fox, search & rescue controller for Coast Guard Group Eastern Shore.
WBOC-TV PARKS FREE WHILE DOING STORY ON PARKING REVENUE!
A photographer from WBOC TV (Channel 16) parked his news truck in the Rehoboth Beach city hall parking lot Friday while shooting a story on the city's parking meter revenue. Unlike other visitors, he left no receipt for parking on his dash while shooting the story, nor did he receive a ticket as ticket writers came and left the Parking Meter Department office. The office appears just to the right of the truck in the photo below.
THURSDAY TOWS FROM REHOBOTH LIFEGUARD SPACES
Rehoboth lifeguards called police Thursday afternoon to report the Honda CR-V (left) and Nissan Xterra (right) parked in reserved lifeguard parking.
The Nissan has Maryland Fraternal Order of Police tags, but police still requested a tow truck to remove it.
Both vehicles had time in the meters (the Nissan had more than three hours).
SUNSET OVER REHOBOTH BAY LAST SUNDAY
As seen from Read Street.