Deputies are investigating an armed robbery that occurred at the 7-11 store in Marlowe/Falling Waters earlier this evening. The suspect displayed a knife during the robbery. After the robbery, the suspect fled the store and drove away in a white in color sedan. If you have information on the identity of the suspect, please call the Sheriff’s Office at (304) 267-7000. ... See MoreSee Less
This looks like one of the guys that were robbing those elderly peoples homes a few days ago ... just a thought
Just going to get worse. People are now a month w/o a job.
He didn't even wear mask! 🙈. For that alone he deserves to get caught
Same MO as two robberies in Frederick,Md.Subject description similar as well!
I say 28-48hrs til they atleast know who he is.
Red clown shoes and a face only a mother could love.
Its literally normal to wear a mask right now and even encouraged.. dude goes to rob a store with no mask 🤦♂️ 😂
Just warming up shits about to get alot worst. I mean shit look at how people acted over toilet paper!
bcsd ain't gonna do anything to capture this criminal
Lol he looks like ben roethlisberger
Terry Weisenburg is this the guy that keeps going to your parents in the middle of the night?
Are clerks not allowed to carry there.. I have my gun permit.. if I worked at a convenience store am I allowed to carry.. because all it takes is someone with a gun or knife and I could be dead without protection.
I don't have time to determine hey sir are you going to kill me if I give you the money.. hmmm.
I'd rather be judged by 12 then carried by 6
Melinda Staley be aware ♡
Kimberly Ritter MA R IA
Car looks like a ford focus, guy looks like an idiot.
How fucking dumb can u be your actually allowed to wear a mask.
That scum is going to rob the wrong person one day and end up becoming a statistic.
We’ve received lots of questions about Governor Hogan’s order & how this affects those that work in Maryland. This post from the Maryland State Police answers a lot of those questions.Maryland State Police Superintendent Colonel Woodrow Jones III has directed troopers to continue their public education and enforcement efforts regarding the Governor’s Executive Orders and last night issued specific instructions regarding the stay-at-home order. Those instructions are as follows:
- Enforcement of the expanded Governor’s Executive Order will be conducted by Maryland state troopers. However, troopers will not make traffic stops simply to ask drivers where they are going to determine if their travel is essential or not.
- If, in the course of the regular performance of his/her duties, such as during a crash investigation or a traffic stop, the trooper develops information indicating the individual was engaged in non-essential travel, enforcement action can be taken, in consultation with the state’s attorney’s office in that jurisdiction.
- While it is not necessary for drivers in Maryland to have documentation about the purpose of travel, having such documentation may help resolve questions.
- Troopers will continue to initiate enforcement action when a business or group of more than 10 people is observed in violation of the Governor’s Executive Order.
- The Order does not prohibit people from going to the store to get groceries or prescriptions, seeking medical attention at an urgent care facility, getting cleaning or laundry supplies. In addition, the Order does not prevent people from going out to get necessities for pets or other livestock.
- The Order allows for travel to care for a family member, friend, pets, etc. Citizens are also permitted to travel for transporting family, friends, pet or livestock for essential health and safety activities.
- The Order also allows for travel to and from an educational institution to receive meals or instructional materials for distance learning.
- The Order allows for outdoor exercise activities (done in accordance to with social distancing guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and crowd gatherings of 10 people or less. However, such actives may not be done at a park that has been closed by state or local government.
- Restaurants can be visited if obtaining food for carry-out or drive-thru only. ... See MoreSee Less
Effective immediately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sheriff's tax office will be limiting public access to the office. Please call the tax office at 304-264-1982 before coming in person and they will try to assist you over the telephone. If an issue cannot be resolved over the telephone, an in-person appointment will be scheduled for you. Questions about concealed carry permit applications should also be handled via telephone.
To pay personal property taxes, we encourage you to utilize the online tax payment system, which can be accessed at the attached link, or to send your payment via mail to:
#StayHomeWVI have issued a “stay at home” order for all of West Virginia. We need to continue to work together to slow the spread of #COVID19. This order asks West Virginians to stay at home and limit movements outside beyond essential needs. Visit bit.ly/3bqFLot for more details. The stay at home order will take effect Tuesday at 8 p.m. #StayHomeWV ... See MoreSee Less
In an effort to prevent the spread of the COVID 19 virus and to protect both citizens and staff, the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office must modify the manner in which we respond to calls for service. Effective immediately the following changes are being implemented by Sheriff Keller:
Fingerprinting and Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) verifications are temporarily suspended.
Non-emergency vehicle unlocks are temporarily suspended.
Non-violent misdemeanor reports may be handled via telephone. Deputies will make a determination once a call comes in as to whether or not it can be handled telephonically. 911 calls and calls that have the potential for violence will be still handled in person.
For the time being, foot traffic to the sheriff's office is discouraged. Please contact our office at 304-267-7000 before coming in person. Most questions can be handled over the telephone. In the event of an emergency, contact 911.
Please do not think that your calls for service are not important. They will still be investigated as they have in the past. It’s just that the reporting may not be face to face. Thank you for your patience and understanding. ... See MoreSee Less
They are doing this and you have people saying you need a note from work to be out. That they can pull you over for no reason (which they can't ) to check and see if your allowed to be out :ie going to work. People can be so stupid sometimes
They need to sit out side Walmart and make sure one pack of tp is honored! I thought they were to serve and protect? Not run and hide! Must be no money to be made from it!
No no no. Bad idea. We need police presence now more than ever.
If you all want to deputize me and give me one of your old cars to drive I will gladly volunteer to drive around town and county and ask crowds of people to disburse with lights on the loud horn to keep officers open for more serious crimes.
Understood , Sheriff Keller.
You and your Deputies Stay
If my house gets broken in like before I'll handle it and then I'll call. I call ince and was told the deputies were working a parade and didn't have time. Lol
Hopefully all Officers will remain safe and healthy.
Great Sheriff. Praying for you and your deputies.
Stay strong, and be safe. God bless!
What's any different than what our sheriff department has always done. What a joke the Berkeley sheriff department has ever helped the real citizens
Stay safe prayers to all
Thank you for all you do. And stay safe.
Stay safe and thank you
What if you want to just go for a drive not visit anyone but go for a drive when this stay at home order goes into effect
They dont do anything as it is so its nothing new
They didnt pass stimulant package for second time
Just when u thought ur opinion of the police couldnt get any worse
WVU Medicine EastWVU Medicine has established a drive-through collection point in Martinsburg to collect specimens from pre-screening COVID-19 patients. For pre-screening, please contact the WVU Medicine East COVID-19 Triage Hotline at 304-596-2890.
TESTING CRITERIA: • WVU Medicine will collect the specimen ONLY IF THE PATIENT HAS A VALID EPIC ORDER FROM A REFERRING PHYSICIAN • Tests will be reserved for people who meet screening criteria based on CDC recommendations and are sick with symptoms that are consistent with COVID-19: fever, cough, and shortness of breath • Asymptomatic patients – or those people who have no obvious COVID-19 symptoms – will not be tested • The screening will not test for seasonal flu, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), or any other respiratory illness
LOCATION & HOURS: • Parking lot behind the Dorothy McCormack Center, 2000 Foundation Way, Martinsburg • Seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For more information on COVID-19, visit WVUMedicine.org/covid. ... See MoreSee Less
WVU Medicine East hotline for COVID-19.WVU Medicine East has established a COVID-19 Triage Hotline for use by anyone who has a respiratory or flu-like illness that they believe could be related to COVID-19.
• If you develop a fever and symptoms of respiratory illness, such as cough or difficulty breathing • If you have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19 • If you recently traveled to an area with confirmed cases
Please call our Triage Hotline, Monday through Friday from 8 am – 4:30 pm at 304.596.2890 to speak with a healthcare professional.
UPDATE AS OF 3/13: Callers during the evenings and weekends will be directed to use the WVDHHR COVID-19 Hotline at 1-800-887-4304. ... See MoreSee Less
The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office would like to congratulate our two K-9 teams on their recent patrol certification through the North American Police Working Dog Association. NAPWDA is a national organization that only certifies K9 teams who have successfully completed their comprehensive examination in the patrol discipline.
These highly trained, and now nationally certified, K9 teams will continue to serve the county at the standard of quality we expect. Once again, congratulations to our handlers and pups for their hard work. ... See MoreSee Less
On January 10th, Berkeley County Sheriff's Deputies arrested two Maryland men and charged them wtih multiple counts of drug distribution. Dontaz Bryant, 21, and Tremaine Davis, 29, both of Baltimore, MD, were each charged with four counts of possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance and conspiracy, and one count of prohibited person in possession of a firearm
The men were arrested after a routine traffic stop on Winchester Avenue in Martinsburg by Deputy J. Shockey. During the stop, deputies recovered a large amount of suspected marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and ecstasy pills. The quantity of drugs recovered was consistant with the amount that someone would possess for distribution purposes.
Additionally, Deputies also recovered a .40 caliber handgun from inside the car.
Excellent street level work by Deputy Shockey and the other deputies that assisted with these arrests! ... See MoreSee Less
On Thursday evening, Berkeley County Deputies arrested Jason Sensel, 37, for possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance and driving on a suspended driver's license. Deputies seized two dozen capsules of suspected cocaine and one golf ball sized amount of methamphetamine during the arrest of Sensel.
Sensel is currently incarcerated at the Eastern Regional Jail after being arrraigned by a Magistrate.
Outstanding work by Deputies Cardello, Wolfe, Dopson, and K9 Pit in getting these drugs off our streets. ... See MoreSee Less
Merry Christmas and thank you for your service ☃️🎄❤️
Merry Christmas!! Thank for all you do for us..
Merry Christmas Officers. Be safe today. Enjoy your day with family if you dont have to work.
Merry Christmas thank you for keeping us safe.
God chose the poor and humble to be his heirs to those who love him the so-called wise call his Bible stories fairy tales God chooses the foolish things to confound the wise God hid the truth from the wise and revealed it to babes we must be as little children to enter into the kingdom of heaven
1st Corinthians 1:27
Merry Christmas officers that carry the thin blue line with pride in the heart and the badge with pride to protect. Start your journey strong and always make it home safely. 😎💙💙💙
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours!!
Thank you for all you do. Merry Christmas.
Deputy Big Dog Alderton, Merry Christmas, John. Still love you
Have a safe and Merry Christmas Berkeley Co. Sheriff's Office!
Merry Christmas and thank all of you for what you do
Merry Christmas! Thank you for your service and stay safe today and everyday
Merry Christmas to nephew Chris Cochran
Thank you for all your efforts in keeping us safe
Merry Christmas, stay safe!
Merry Christmas brothers and sisters in blue stay safe and warm today
Help us support the Child Advocacy Center by donating in support of our Santa Beards behind the Badge fundraiser.
The Safe Haven, the local Child Advocacy Center, offers a child-focused program, encouraging a team approach to the investigation and treatment of child abuse. Team members include prosecutors, law enforcement, child protective service workers, mental and medical health and victim advocates. ... See MoreSee Less
We are currently taking applications for entry level testing for Deputy Sheriff. Do you have what it takes to join our team? We're looking for motivated persons who are interested in making a difference in their community. Join one of the fastest growing agencies in the state of West Virginia! Applications must be recieved by the Berkeley County Clerk's Office no later than 5:00 pm on December 23rd. The clerk's office is located at 100 W. King Street in Martinsburg, WV 25401. ... See MoreSee Less
Join us in congratulating the following deputies on their promotions:
Lieutenant B.F. Hall was promoted to Captain Sergeant A. Burns was promoted to Lieutenant Corporal C. Thompson was promoted to Sergeant Corporal K. Yoder was promoted to Sergeant Deputy C. Farmer was promoted to Corporal
They were promoted during a recent pinning ceremony surrounded by friends, family, and co-workers. ... See MoreSee Less
Please join our deputies in raising money for the Safe Haven Child Advocacy Center in Martinsburg. The Safe Haven, the local Child Advocacy Center, offers a child-focused program, encouraging a team approach to the investigation and treatment of child abuse. Team members include prosecutors, law enforcement, child protective service workers, mental and medical health and victim advocates.
Our deputies will be wearing beards during the month of December to support this program. Each deputy is donating $20 to participate. Female deputies can also participate and will be wearing colorful fingernail polish designs.
If you would like to donate money to Safe Haven as part of our Santa beards behind the Badge program, please write a check to the Children’s Home Society of WV with SBBTB in the subject line. Checks can be dropped off to Captain B. Hall at the Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff’s office is located at 510 S. Raleigh Street in Martinsburg, WV.
Berkley County Sheriff Dept. Thank you for getting up each and every morning and pinning a bull's-eye to your chest and going out each and every day just to keep us safe you are greatly appreciated and loved also to All Veterans thank you for all that you've done.
Thank you for your service. 🙏🇺🇸🙏
We Thank each and every one of you!! Thank You For Your Service!!
Our friendship can only be mended with a shot of whiskey...... or fourteen.... the choice is yours.
you simply can't move a holiday!! Today is Halloween and this is the day we trick or treat!!!
LOL at the people asking if it’s Martinsburg too. BERKELEY COUNTY, PEOPLE. READ.
It is allegedly the same for Martinsburg. Hope all stay safe tonight.
Thank you for the update!
Just to be clear this is the first year we've celebrated Halloween on a different day. My lo was pretty disappointed she didn't get to go t&t. Will houses actually participate in Nov. 2nd t&t? I don't want to let my lo down again I let her party late tonight.
Guys, read, it's not for Martinsburg. Just Berkeley County. Jeez.
Any good neighborhood suggestions for Saturday?
We have been and always will be friends ❤️
Is this For Martinsburg as well?
Hopefully it snows on Christmas or that will be rescheduled too!
I don't know if we can be friends again...got doughnuts?
Does this mean martinsburg to
Watch it not even storm 😑
Not if you over the age of 12😂😂😂😂
Melissa Ambrose, can we all be friends again😂😂😂
I tag you in the wrong one Tabatha Little-Kilpatrick
Some subdivisions have postponed trick or treat to Friday or Saturday. We encourage you to check with your HOA if you live in a subdivision.
As of now, it is still rain or shine. As soon as we hear anything different, we will post it here on the page.
Yes don’t postpone it’s want our children to get sick! So they miss school! And parents miss work. God forbid don’t postpone it that would be smart & responsible!👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻🎃🎃& if the county can’t make the responsible call and delay trick-or-treating until the weather clears up November 1 then maybe we should vote in different people to work for Berkeley county government! And since this is just a personal note from Berkeley County government through the sheriffs department pass our words back and let them know they should postpone it until November 1 when it’s not pouring raining cats and dogs!!
A little spritz is one thing. It's literally calling for rain all day starting at 7pm tonight. Some developments have rescheduled for Friday. It'll be colder but I don't understand why the city would want to risk additional accidents(because people can't drive in the rain 🙄) & kids possibly getting hurt due to the excessive rain. This also doesn't include any flooding that could take place.
I don't know about you but if I'm not going to take my kid out in it, I'm sure as heck not going to stand out in it to pass out candy. This front porch light will be off 🤷♀️
Just reschedule it. It's not that big of a deal to do so. Especially since tomorrow is the only crappy day for the next week.
It's not the parents you're upsetting, it's the kids.
Really hoping for a rain date as well! It’s very dangerous and kids shouldn’t be expected to go out in the rain!
I feel so bad for the sheriffs department to have to read a few of these posts. Goodness gracious! If you don’t want to take your kids out in the rain, don’t. Don’t want to hand out candy, don’t. Don’t like the choices, vote someone else. It’s not up to the sheriffs office! Grow up! Adult!
If we all called, emailed and complained to Berkeley County Government tomorrow morning, we could get the trick or treating changed. They are OUR representatives... They should represent us!
Severe weather expected here in the county right around sunset tomorrow. Its not going to be safe to be out.
There is a lot of conflicting information floating around concerning Berkeley County's policy, including a local radio station - WRNR - stating that trick or treat has been postponed till Saturday and other sources saying, no, that's Berkeley Springs. Can someone with the Sheriff's Office please check with the Berkeley County authorities who can make this decision?
Nothing but heavy rain damaging wings possible hail and tornados
Every other place is post poning til tomorrow. Yet you still want us to walk kids in rain? This is the first year I can actually take my daughter and now im gonna have to worry abiut her getting wet, cold, and sick.. Im not happy and a lot of other parents feel the same.. Pushing trick or treating back 1 day isnt going to hurt anyone. Cmon now..
If you have a problem with it not being postponed, how about you wait and go somewhere that did postpone, the police don't decide to postpone or not they are just letting their followers know, "oh my kids are going to get sick!" No hopefully you get sick for being so stupid to take your kid out for the chance to get candy you could buy for 6$, when there's a risk associated like this
Why doesnt each community just postpone it themselves for another date. I dont think the Sheriff's department is in charge of Halloween. If there is an HOA, then decide whether or not you want to postpone it and do it. Not sure what the debate is about.
Lol changing the date should never be an option!
Friday night is high school football games to patrol.
Better to have police presence in neighborhoods when trick or treating is being done.
Local law enforcement officials do things in the interest of public safety.
Most people don't think bigger picture.
Now it is up to parents to decide if weather is too bad.
Possible 2 inches of Rain and up to 40 Mile an hour winds..... should make the decision to reschedule pretty clear.
Following for rain date, many other places have postponed until Friday or Saturday!
Hedgesville has postponed until Saturday!
Has anyone heard anything about south berkeley? I'm in the Inwood area. Has it been postponed here?
The link I shared didn’t show correctly, but the weather is not simply calling for rain, but some pretty severe weather, why is the city not postponing for another night?
Trick or treat in Berkeley County has been rescheduled to November 2nd from 6-8 pm.
Can we all be friends again? 🎃🎃🎃
I live in Archers Rock and as of right now...our subdivision is doing trick or treating on Friday night
Is there a rain date for tomorrow? The forecast for tomorrow 6PM - 8PM is for heavy thunderstorms
I was planning on going to Webber springs, does anyone know if they rescheduled
Any truth to this.. Got this on nextdoor app.. They said a radio station posted it.
K-9s Pit and Braum after conducting a drug sweep at Hedgesville Middle School yesterday. We would like to thank Berkeley County Schools for their help and support in keeping our schools drug free. ... See MoreSee Less
Should be done on a regular basis in all the middle and high schools. The dogs should get to go in the classes with the kids and sniff out the dealers to put them where they belong and the users to get them help!!!
UPDATE: Investigating Deputies have concluded their investigation into the pedestrian struck hit and run traffic crash that occurred on Edwin Miller Blvd in the early morning hours of Friday, September 27, 2019. The suspect driver contacted law enforcement and has been identified. It was determined that the pedestrian and the driver each committed chargeable violations and further action is currently pending.
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office is seeking assistance from the public in identifying a vehicle involved in a hit and run accident on the morning of September 27th. At approximately 1:45 am on that date, a vehicle struck a pedestrian in the 2000 block of Edwin Miller Boulevard.
The pedestrian was transported to Berkeley Medical Center and is expected to recover. A driver's side mirror was recovered at the scene and is believed to have come from the suspect vehicle.
Please contact Sgt. A. Burns at (304) 267-7000 if you have any information on the accident. ... See MoreSee Less
Alice Slifer Lantz , I’m so glad that you just added this comment. Apparently you and so many other people don’t realize that Edwin Miller Boulevard is a business and residential district. From the road all you see is businesses. Behind all of those businesses are apartments complexes and housing all along that area. Many of those people don’t own vehicles and have to walk to get their groceries and medications. I always feel sad for them because it is dangerous for them to cross the roads.
Once again the county’s main concern was development for businesses and not thinking about the local impact on residents.
More traffic lights, sidewalks and crosswalks are badly needed at Edwin Miller Boulevard.
I hope it doesn’t take someone’s death to see this.
Does anyone have any more information on this accident? My brother was KILLED in a hit and run that happened in the same area as this accident!! And the person who killed my brother is still out there!!! This accident could be caused by the SAME PERSON!! Does anyone have any info on this??
Prayers for pedestrian. I pray they catch who ever did this.
I would also try to educate the public...if you're needing to walk at night on busy roads have reflective shoes or tape to put on...both peds & drivers need to be responsible.
I hope they finger printed that mirror!! Really a heartless person to leave the scene! God knows exactly who you are and he will reveal you to the officers of the law
IS IT TIME TO GET CAMERAS AT THIS INTERSECTION NOW, SHERIFF KELLER???
Prayers for the victim and Prayers someone is found
Why do people choose to walk and cross one of the busiest and most dangerous roads in Martinsburg?? Edwin Miller is like Foxcroft, only someone with a death wish would walk it or try to cross it. Even at the lights there is no crosswalk nor time enough to cross. I think for safety sake they should ban pedestrians one these two roads the same way they ban them on the interstates. The accidents are bad enough without pedestrians involved. ☹️
Ok now here's a patern. I've given the local news WDMV a lead from the foodlion fellow walking in rt9 that was hit last month. Now it seems another one within a few miles. Ide say there probably related. Also if the person on the 27th was African American also. Ide also considers this could be a pattern of a hate crime.. ide like to think that's not the case.
Oh my gosh.. Prayers for them
People dont drive like they have since anymore. It's all about speeding ... to get no more. Cause you either wreck and hurt yourself or someone else.. I see people speeding all the time on foxcroft ave.. its ridiculous!!!
People also walk on the wrong side of traffic wearing dark colors .
Erin Elizabeth Waugh-Anderton
Can you say what color the mirror was so we have an idea of what kind of car we’re looking for I hope you get that scumbag
I hope day get the drivers put in jail
I’m surprised they didn’t say the name of the driver? Since when is a hit a run suspects identity a secret?
Congratulations to Captain Dan Steerman who will retire at the end of this month after 24 years of service with the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office.
Captain Steerman came to the BCSO after serving in the United States Marine Corps. He has served as a patrol Deputy and a supervisor in the patrol division for the majority of his career. His most recent assignment was serving as commander over the patrol division.
Captain Steerman was joined by family, friends, and co-workers at a ceremony in front of the County Council on August 15th. Sheriff Keller presented Captain Steerman with his duty weapon and retirement badge.
I don’t understand why it’s such a big deal for some people??? Crap was blowing up all around me and I had no problem falling asleep... maybe do some manual labor?? Or go to the gym?? You work out hard you will just wanna sleep come 10pm anyways😂... maybe stop being a pansie??? No point in taking life/things too serious and being miserable.... none of us make it out alive
Well shit, someone should tell the ones near me. They start in May and go til Sept, continually
Some rules are ment to be broke. Just respect others.. Except fot the 4th.. No rules apply.
Not that anyone in my neighborhood follows it
If you read it, on New Year's Eve into day and July 3rd and 4th, if you get up early for work, you can still forget getting sleep. And while I fully support LEO, those guys have enough on their plate already, so most, if not all complaints will fall on deaf ears. This piece of legislation truly was a waste of tax payer dollars.
Hey meth and heroin are also illegal and I see you officers have that under control in your jurisdiction as well lmfao
I don't mind the fireworks; it's only a few times a year event, and maybe they will mask the annoying sound of my neighbor reving up the engine of his diesel truck in the wee hours of the morning. 😂😂
What worries me is the fact that parents let their unaccompanied children drive go carts and atvs on paved roads. I almost hit 3 children driving atvs because they blew through a stop sign. Then the HOA president tells me that state laws do not apply to our subdivision because we live in a HOA community where the state doesn't maintain the roads, i.e. push snow. Is this true? If so, what other state laws do not apply to HOA communities? This would be interesting to know.
Good luck, see ya soon
The question is... how do you ever get ahold of your department to come out and enforce this ordinance? The non-emergency line goes directly to voice mail by 4 or 5 PM, was given another line and told by the lady that answered to call 911. I am not going to waste an emergency call for that.
In Springfield Village, it starts as early as Memorial Day and it has lasted as late as the end of July. It’s in its third week this year. A few days a year - no big deal. But when these people lack the self-control to set their own limits, this ordinance needs to be enforced. Not a single property owner has anything resembling the required 500’ distance to the nearest home. Pets, babies, the elderly, those with PTSD... they could all use a little peace and quiet this ordinance was designed to bring to their neighborhoods. It’s far from the “victimless crime” that the lack of enforcement suggests it is.
so are all the fireworks being sold all over berkeley county against the law? all the firework vendors that pop up in every parking lot selling illegal fireworks or are those allowed? Or is it legal to buy them you just can't use them unless you are in a field 500 feet away from anyone sleeping?
On this date, we remember our fallen brother, Deputy Jacquin Moore. Deputy Moore passed away one year ago today in an off-duty motorcycle accident. Rest in peace. Your brothers and sisters have the watch. ... See MoreSee Less
Two outstanding young men. Out of 52 remarkable graduates from across our great state.....only 2 officers had perfect mastery scores in the range qualification portion. These two Deputies were the ones. Both of these young men represented Berkeley County with pride. 👊🏼👊🏼Congratulations on the start of your careers ➖💙➖.
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All blocked on home network and parental control software. I am the gatekeeper in this joint!!! I know everything those two are doing!
Periscope is the WORST. Random disgusting Guys will send videos to anyone, while they’re...🍆
Amazed that TikTok isn’t on the list.
THANKYOU for sharing
Where is the app to protect children from Berkeley Count Deputies?
Nasty Azz people!
Thanks for sharing!!!
Why the hell are these sites not just taken down????
On 2/19/19 at approximately 10:59 pm Berkeley County Sheriff's Deputies responded to the 100 block of Plaza Court in Martinsburg for a reported shooting. Deputies found that two homes had been hit with gunfire in an apparent drive-by shooting. A fourteen year old male sustained a gunshot wound during the incident. The male was transported to Berkeley Medical Center, where he was treated and later released. There were no other reported injuries as a result of the shooting.
Investigators with the Criminal Investigations Division were called to the scene. They were able to conduct interviews and recover evidence related to the shooting. Witnesses told investigators that the shooter possibly left the scene in a gray in color Ford Crown Victoria or Mercury Grand Marquis sedan.
Anyone having information about the shooting is urged to contact Cpl. C. Thompson at 304-267-7000 or the Berkeley County Crime Solvers at 304-267-4999. ... See MoreSee Less
They used an old cop car to commit a crime, ironic LoL
Kimberly Mayle Crista MC Chris Mclamara
Drugs Drugs W Va is Bad for drugs.
What did the shooter look like? That bit of info would be helpful!
Probably over dope
Martinsburg - named worst place to live in West Virginia.
What businesses are near this location?
Prayers for the boy and their family. So scary.
Richard H Walls Jr
gang violence at its finest
Probably some pussy ass kids shooting just to shoot. Martinsburg is so wack
Iesha Marie Wise
Joseph Hummer Kayy Hickman
Dashcam video that shows the alleged beating of a teenager by West Virginia State Police Troopers and Berkeley County Sheriff's Deputies has been released by the Berkeley County Prosecuting Attorney's Office.
We've received several calls today about a phone scam that is making the rounds. Individuals posing as Berkeley County Deputies are targeting citizens, threatening them with arrest unless they pay a fine over the phone.
We will never demand the immediate payment —either over the telephone or money wire service— for fines or for not responding to a warrant or jury summons.
One of the numbers being used is (304) 707-3913, but there may be others. Usually these numbers are VoIP numbers (Voice over Internet Protocol) that are coming from overseas. The practice is commonly know as spoofing. ... See MoreSee Less
If I don't get a picture or your ringtone. Not even answering the phone. Problem solved
Omg I want to play!
I think they should make all telemarket calls illegal because they have all become nothing but scams.
I agree Cj Haines
Just laugh at them and hang up.
Looking for all those that have been in set up collisions. Makeing you at fault when you knew it wasn’t and putting a stop to it and the police and county officials that are part of it as protection and cover. Somebody call the sheriff. Don’t need evidence. They know we know
Please let them call me. I have lots of fun with them.
Oh I can’t wait for them to call me. I like to keep them on the phone for about an hour, and waist their time, and then tell them off
It's 2019, only a fool would answer a call from an unknown number
People fall for this? Thats a damn shame.
I’ve gotten a call about having a warrant as well. If working and coming right home is a crime... Got me. These people though 😒
I actually got a call that I have a warrant and needs to.be paid .lol I have no warrant for nothing..people are so stupid. Most people i.hope would look into it before paying anything
We had the same here in Belmont County, Ohio
They called me I hung up on them
I got a voicemail from someone at the eastern regional jail last night and it said a debit call from an inmate , so I believe that's a scam , just wanted to put that out there
We have received several reports of a fast-moving object in the sky. We investigated and have confirmed Santa Claus is on his way to Berkeley County, WV. We have deputies out patrolling the county to ensure a safe landing for Santa and his reindeers. Merry Christmas! ... See MoreSee Less
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office mourns the loss of Winchester, VA Police Officer Hunter Edwards. Our thoughts and prayers are with our brothers and sisters of the Winchester, VA City Police Department. ... See MoreSee Less
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office is seeking assistance from the public in identifying the male in this photo. He is a person of interest in an investigation, in which several counterfeit bills have been passed at businesses in south Berkeley County. Please contact Deputy P. Yost at (304) 267-7000 if you have any information on his identity. ... See MoreSee Less
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office is investigating a bank robbery that occurred on this date at the BB&T bank located at 1815 Edwin Miller Boulevard in Martinsburg. An unidentified black male entered the bank at approximately 1:45 pm and demanded money from a teller. He then left the bank on foot.
The suspect is desecribed as an older male, approx. 45-55 years of age. He was also described as being tall and thin.
No bank employees/customers were injured during the robbery.
Please contact the sheriff's office at (304) 267-7000 if you have any information on the identity of the robber. ... See MoreSee Less
No lie me and my husband stopped at waffle house today we left probably 5 mins .before that happened the cops were flying past us not noing till I read about it we were just next to it we left going up warm springs Ave. Didnt see anything but cops rite next door to us having lunch wiw
His outfit said robber any way!!
Did you think possible tattoo on left hand/wrist do to him trying to cover it but his right hand is clearly visible? If you need investigators I’m open
Thank goodness nobody was hurt.
Nah let the sheriff's department work for it
It appears there are two different color hands !
Did he have a gun or just ask for the money?
Looks like a white man to me trying to look black ! Really people cmon 🙄
Maybe he uses pamalive that makes your hands look good at least that's what the commercials said a few years ago omg I didnt just say that God forgive me lol
This is not a older man this is a younger man the exposed right hand doesnt match that of an older guy skins to smooth
Frank Gallagher is that you? 😂
Guess I'll make the call
U use that b word.
Look at his hands they look white his face looks like it has black makeup I think he is white not black or could be mixed.
Lol at all the people saying "hmm you think he was maybe covering a tattoo" like there aren't 1000 black OR white men out there with hand tattoos. Lol doesn't really matter
This man robbed a bank without a weapon, and got away on foot with the police barracks being less than a stones throw away. Go martinsburg 🤦🏼♂️
He looks white to me
How does sheetz an waffle House get guards but the bank can't?
He looks like a retarded ET from speilburg movies....
He will only get cought if he turns himself in
Definitely a white man or high yellow, look at his right hand. And he us hiding a tattoo on his left hand.
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's assistance in identifying a vehicle involved in a hit and run accident on Tuesday evening in Martinsburg. The accident occurred at approximately 9 pm on September 4th in Martinsburg at the intersection of Edwin Miller Boulevard and Warm Springs Avenue.
The accident was between a late model, dark in color truck and a motorcycle. The driver of the motorcycle, thirty-eight year old Michael D. Kilmer, of Martinsburg, was prounounced dead after being transported to Berkeley Medical Center. The truck left the scene of the collision prior to the arrival of law enforcement.
Witnesses at the scene described the truck as a late 90's model truck, possibly a Ford. It was last seen traveling on Warm Springs Avenue towards Williamsport Pike.
The cause of the accident is still under investigation.
Anyone having information about the crash or the identity of the driver of the truck is urged to call Capt. W. Johnson at (304) 267-7000 or the Berkeley County Crime Solvers at (304) 267-4999. ... See MoreSee Less
I was on my way home from work and I got to the scene a minute before EMS. I prayed for this man while they were working on him. My heart aches knowing he didn’t make it. My heart aches for his family. No words could express how sorry I am for your loss. I hope whomever hit him turns themselves in. I’m more than positive they didn’t mean to hit him but they need to be held responsible for what happened.
Taken about fifteen minutes after the initial accident.
I would also start looking for businesses and homes with video surveillance cameras. Might have picked up something.
Prayers to the family of the victim.
Rebecca Shepard. Didn't you see the truck involved in this accident?
Is this what you were talking about?
Were looking for something along the lines of these body styles. Dark color, significant damage on front passenger side from hitting my brother.
Thoughts and prayers for all who knew the motorcyclist. So very sorry for your loss. I hope some sort of justice comes out of this.
How horrible 😢
So very sad 🙁
Wow this is terrible sending love and prayers for the family and victim of this horrible accident. I hope they find this person and justice is served this truly breaks my heart
Anne Monuma Josiane Knight
Scared or not, you stop & wait for law enforcement when you hit someone, esp. a motorcycle!
The driver (he or she) is a total loser for not sticking around. I hope they find them and let them rot in jail for 50 years.
Prayers, peace, comfort, strength, and hope sent to all affected.
People come flying down Edwin miller and that intersection is dangerous! Don’t try to beat the light. If it’s yellow, stop!! Now a bikers family is mourning the loss of someone they love near and dear and chances are, that driver of the truck was drunk, or too much of in a hurry!! Awful.
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office is seeking the assistance of the public in solving a cold case from 2011. In March of 2011, Mary Jean Olshefski-Beatty went missing from her residence at Jenkins Road in Gerrardstown, WV. She was last seen by her daughter on March 4, 2011. Olshefski-Beatty left her residence on foot that day and has not been seen since.
Olshefski-Beatty was 58 years old at the time of her disappearance. She is 5' 7" in height, 245 lbs. She has blue eyes and brown hair. Olshefski-Beatty has a Pegusus tattoo on her right ankle and a Butterfly tattoo on the left side of her chest.
Anyone with information on Olshefski-Beatty's disappearance is urged to contatct the sheriff's ofice at (304) 267-7000. ... See MoreSee Less
I knew it! When you said you had one to post, this is the one I thought it would be. I actually have been looking into this one a little. (Been a tiny bit preoccupied with solving that other case; which btw, if you get some free time, I’ve got more stuff you’ll want to see about that whole deal).
Shared in West Virginia missing
Im not need live lol bye
Garredstown isn’t far from here
Lena Knighten is this Pac man that one lady that had the horse?
She looks so familiar not sure where I seen her before . Hopefully they find her !
I've seen this lady before. I just can't remember where
Your Mom talked about her a lot. I hope they find her.
Another missing in martinsburg
No tattoos are different
Rosemary Walter Les Walter Remember her?
Shard on my Tip Watch page.
didn't take em long to get rid of her house and stuff once she went missing
Praying She Is Safe and Alright..., 😉
“Due to drug addiction and abuse Mary could disappear for days sometimes weeks, but has not been heard from by family or friends to the best of their knowledge since March or April of 2011. Was given a ride to Boone County and then returned to the Lynco area in Wyoming County. Hasn't been seen since.”
Alice Cook and Carol Martin
Scar/markScar on abdomen, scar on left breast , C-section scar, scar on fore head.
TattooPegasus on inner ankle with three or four stars over the top of it. Butterfly on breast toward upper part of cleavage that has been burned over. She had scalding water thrown on her in area of neck, and breast scaring the tattoo.
ClothingLast seen wearing a blue Carhart t-shirt, tan shorts, black sandals.
Eyewear: uses glasses to read.
She was 58 then and that was 7 years ago, she is like 65... but her alive or a body would least have closure and properly rest her... gl
We've received several calls today about a phone scam that is making the rounds. Individuals posing as Berkeley County Deputies are targeting citizens, threatening them with arrest unless they pay a fine over the phone.
We will never demand the immediate payment —either over the telephone or money wire service— for fines or for not responding to a warrant or jury summons.
If you have any concerns about a phone call that you've received, please call into our office to verify whether the call was a legitimate call or not. ... See MoreSee Less
Sheriff Keller would like to announce that three new deputy sheriffs' were sworn in today. The three deputies will immediately begin pre-academy training with the department until they are accepted into the West Virginia State Police basic academy in Charleston.
Congratulations to each of them as they start their law enforcement careers. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to Deputies Buzbee, Kolb, and Price on their graduation from the basic class of the West Virginia State Police Academy. They graduated from the academy in Charleston on July 20th. Each of these deputies will now begin their training period with a training officer in the patrol division. Welcome back! ... See MoreSee Less