STAY AWAY: Sheriff's Office Keeps Residents in the Dark (UPDATE)

Sheriff’s Office Keeps Residents in the Dark, Urges Them to Stay Away (UPDATE)

The St Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office, under the leadership of Steve Hall, has issued a mysterious message to the public. The administration is urging people to avoid a specific area in the county, without providing any explanation for their request.

Are there individuals who are committing crimes without being caught? Are they searching for something specific? Is this a practice session? Should locals be cautious and vigilant for any unusual occurrences?

It’s clear that the Sheriff’s Office is struggling to effectively manage their message, leaving many valid questions unanswered. The lack of information from the rookie administration is concerning. It’s likely that we’ll see an influx of promotional photos, puppy pictures, and feel-good moments on their Facebook page as they attempt to divert attention from their continued lack of transparency.

According to Steve Hall and Clay Safford, the current situation seems like a scene straight out of Nazi Germany from the 1940s rather than the United States of America. They are of the opinion that the authorities have not been transparent about their actions and have given vague instructions to the public which they are expected to follow without any explanation or justification.

It’s great to hear that the local fire and EMS community in St. Mary’s County are actively searching for a missing person. Our thoughts go out to their family and we hope for a safe and speedy return. It’s heartening to know that the public is always willing to help in such situations, just as they did during Tim Cameron’s tenure as Sheriff. His departure from the position was a significant loss for the county.

According to the Press Release, the true potential of the recently hired civilian public information officer is not accurately portrayed.

On November 16, 2023, the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office and its partner agencies will commence a search operation in the Scotland, MD area between Fresh Neck Pond Road and Point Lookout State Park. The search operation will begin at 9 a.m. and continue throughout the day on Friday, November 17, 2023. Deputies, fire and rescue personnel, and search dogs will collaborate to execute the search. To ensure everyone’s safety, the public is urged to avoid traveling to and around the search area. Furthermore, people with seasonal hunting permits are requested not to hunt in the vicinity during the search. For the latest updates and information, residents are advised to monitor official channels and announcements from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office. We appreciate the public’s cooperation and understanding during this time.

As of 8:37 PM on November 17th, 2023, it has been confirmed by DMV Investigations that First Responders were searching for a missing person who was considered critical. Despite their efforts, they were unable to locate the individual when they first went missing. The original flyer posted regarding this matter remains relevant, and if anyone has any information, they are encouraged to contact the Maryland State Police immediately. The St Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office has not yet responded to any queries despite extensive research.

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