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t 810 1 www.DalmarvaNow.com THE DAILY TIMES Sunday, June 17, 2007 I DUI Arrests on the Shore DUI list (or the week of June 2 to 8: Maryland State Polk Berlin Barrack I Valerie Lynn Todd. 23, Centetville, Md. I William Edward Mearne, 21, Crisfield Gregory Brian Davis, 18, Abingdon, Md. Kevin Patrick Kirby, 18, Parkville, Md. Salisbury Barrack Dwayne Eric Owens, 36, Salisbury I Darrell Kenneth Stanford, 21, Salisbury Randall Desmond Pickens, 50, Clarksville. Md. Lisa Marie Jones, 41, no hometown listed Katie Ann Jacobson, 20, Berlin Bruce Wayne Frazier Jr, 20, Laurel Richard Keith Mills, 49, Columbus, Miss. Beverly Lynn Moore, 32, Laurel Princess Anne Barrack Charles Randolph Jones, 57, Princess Anne Gary Johnson. 40, Princess Anne Jose Arratia, 23, Westover ; Salisbury Police Department Richard Adna Fulton. 49, Delmar Alan Michael Stewart, 24, Berlin Matthew Clifton Taylor, 19, Salisbury Andre Arthur Tull, 48, Tyaksin Ocean City Police Department Anthony Cesario, 18, St. Leonard, Md. Bruce Givens Jr., 18, Grasonville, Md. Juvenile, 17, Chester, Md. Matthew Mills, 19, Baltimore Thomas Cottrell, 18, Huntington, Md. Rodney Buraczeski, 20, Mount Carmel, Pa. Juvenile, 17, Rockville, Md. Michael Gable, 23. Baltimore William Herbst IV. 50. Bishopville Torin Wenta, 24, Clarksville, Md, Jeffrey Wanczyk, 22, Crofton. Md. Juvenile, 17, Baltimore Russell Lamot, Jr., 18, Jessup, Md. Joseph Helwig, 18, Pasadena, Md. Gail Fannasy, 60. Harrisburg, Pa. Kevin Burk, 18, Reading, Pa. Emily Kimble, 20, New Windsor, Md. Wicomico County Sheriff's Office Katie Ann Jackson, 20, Salisbury Michael Gregory Mitchell, 23, Salisbury Troy D. Elben, 40, Bowie, Md. Wilders Paul, 19. Laurel Randall Desmond Pickens, 50, Clarksville, Md. Worcester County Sheriffs Office Harvey Hankerson, no age listed, Willards Steven Shurter, no age listed. West Ocean City Matthew Cutsail, no age listed, Baltimore Kimberly Leffler, no age listed, Glenwood, Md. Cory Greenhalgh, no age listed, Salisbury Army to hire more mental health workers WASHINGTON (AP)-Overwhelmed by the number of soldiers returning from war with mental problems, the Army is planning to hire at least 25 percent more psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers. . A contract finalized this week but not yet announced calls for spending $33 million to add about 200 mental health professionals to help soldiers with posttraumatic stress disorder and other mental health needs, officials told The Associated Press on Thursday. "As the war has gone on. PTSD and other psychological effects of war have increased," said Col. Elspeth Ritchie, psychiatry consultant to the Army surgeon general 'The number of (mental health workers) that was adequate for a peacetime military is not adequate for a nation that's been at war," she said in an interview. The new hiring, which she said could begin immediately, is part of a wider plan of action the Army has laid out to improve health care to wounded or ill veterans and their families. It also comes as the Defense Department completes a wider mental health study. Military Brittany Sharp MILLSnORO - Air Force Airman Brittany Sharp has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio. During the six weeks of training, the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization and military customs and courtesies; performed drill and ceremony marches; and received physical training, rifle marksmanship, field training exercises and special training in human Brittany Sharp relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate's degree through the Community College of the Air Force. She Is the daughter of Carl Sharp of Newark, Del., and Holly Sharp of Millsboro. Sharp Is a 2005 graduate of Sussex Central High School. John Thomas Stephanos GIRDLETREE John Thomas Stephanos, E-3, graduated Coast Guard basic training June 8 in Cape May, N.J. Stephanos has received the Marine Corps League's Commandant's Award. This award is presented to the graduating recruit who through John Stephanos vigorous and keen competition has the highest level of proficiency in executing the manual of arms. A seamanfireman with the District 5, Baltimore Sector, he will report for duty at the U.S. Coast Guard Station St. Inlgoes, Guardian of the Potomac (small boat station) In St. Mary's County, Md. Stephanos is the son of Thomas and Katrina Stephanos of Girdletree and fiance of Kathleen Sanders of Baltimore. The seaman graduated from Stephen Decatur High School in 2002 and St. Mary's College in 2006. Justin Lewis ; SNOW HILL Pfc. Justin; Lewis, son of David and Betty Lewis, graduated June 8 from; Marine Corps Re-; cruit Train-' ing at Parrist Island, S.C. : While at Parris Is-i land, he: received; training lit first aid; general mill-! tary subject, physical fitness; Marine Corps history and: weapons familiarization. ', Lewis, a former student at Snow Hill High School, is on: recruit leave In Snow Hill. Uporf completion of school, he wilt report to duty. , : 2i Justin Lewis Air Force chief awarded Bronze Star SALISBURY - Air Force Reserve Chief Master Sgt. Kenneth A. Thompson has been decorated with the Bronze Star Medal for supporting the mission of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The medal is awarded to an individual who, while serving In the U.S. armed forces, has performed a heroic act. meritorious achievement or distinguished service during armed conflict or ground combat while engaged against an armed enemy of the United States. Operation Iraqi Freedom is the official name given to military operations involving members of the U.S. armed forces and coalition forces participating in efforts to free and secure Iraq, sion tives on Mis- objec-focus force protection, stabilization, security and counter- Kenneth A. insurgency Thompson operations as the Iraqi transitional governing bodies assume full sovereign powers to govern the peoples of Iraq. Members from all branches of the US. military and multinational forces are also assisting in rebuilding Iraq's economic and governmental infrastructure, and training and prepar ing Iraqi military and security forces to assume full authority and responsibility in defending and preserving Iraq's sovereignty and independence as a democracy. Chief Thompson received the medal while serving as the operations sergeant supervisor and first sergeant of the 732nd Expeditionary Support Squadron, Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center, Multinational Force-Iraq, Baghdad. His superb performance ensured the full spectrum of support was provided to the Air Force and joint service personnel. His efforts in pursuit of force protection guaranteed the safety of center personnel who participated in more than 200, combat convoy operations. ; Thompson is regularly assigned as first sergeant of the 512th Maintenance Squadron at Dover Air Force Base. The chief master sergeant has served in' the military for 29 years. He is the son of Jerre H." Thompson of Indianapolis and Charla A. Benson of Lake Alfred, Fla. In 1974, Thompson graduated from Speedway High School, Ind., and received an associate's degree in 1983 from Long Beach City College In California. The reservist retired as postmaster of Denton in 2005 and worked at the Salisbury post office prior to retiring. 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