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Friday, February 25, 2011 THE DAILY TIMES www.DolmarvaNow.eqm A3 PLANNER 13TH ANNUAL ROCK tf ROU REVIVAL Wicomico -HighSchool Auditorium, Salisbury. 7 p.m. INTERFAfTH PRAYER BREAKFAST. Ballroom, Student Services Center, UMES. 8 a.m. Guest speaker is Justine Willis Toms, a radio talk show personalis and author. $40; $350 for a table of 10. 410651-6102. BETTER LIVING EXPO AND CRAFT SHOW. Wicomico Youth & Civic Center. 4-8 p.m. Adults, $4. POLICE REPORT Man faces porn possession count BALTIMORE -A federal grand jury has indicted Lawrence Franklin King m, 41, of Ocean City on charges of possession of child pornography The indictment was returned Dec. 7. King had his initial appearance in U.S. District Court in Baltimore on Feb. 18, after related state charges were dismissed. King had a detention hearing late Wednesday in U.S. District Court and U.S. Magistrate Judge Mildred Methvin ordered that he be detained pending trial. According to the indictment on Oct 10, 2010, King possessed at least four images and a video documenting the sexual abuse of a minor. The indictment also seeks the forfeiture of the computer from which the images were recovered, as well as any property used to commit the offense. King faces a minimum of 10 years in prison and a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison for possession of child pornography. He remains detained on related state charges. Our Towns lifeguard s gear up for summer By Alyson Cunningham Staff Writer BETHANY BEACH For Beach Patrol Capt Joe Donnelly, his lifeguards have to be more than just physically fit "We're looking for quality individuals who basically fill a role that comes with a lot of responsibility," he said. Beach Patrols along the Maryland and Delaware coastline are gearing up for the summer season by having tryouts beginning as early as March 5. Most captains said they were looking for more than just a great athlete; members of the Dewey Beach On the Net For Beach Patrol tryout times, visit www.DelmarvaNow.com. Patrol also spend time in the classroom, Capt. Todd Fritchman said. The DBP is nationally accredited to certify its members in open water rescue. Members are also certified Emergency First Responders and must have CPR and first aid certification. "They have to be someone willing to go through a little bit of classroom work and apply that knowledge to the physical aspect" he said. "It's all pretty intense learning from an academic standpoint, and it is applied." While being physically fit isn't the only quality captains look for in lifeguards, the tryouts are rigorous. There are a variety of physical events that measure their cardiovasu-lar endurance, such as distance swimming and running and sprint swimming and running. "We try to run them through as many situations that are typical to a day of lifeguarding," said South Bethany Beach Patrol Capt Ben Chandlee. Ocean City Beach Patrol Capt. Butch Arbin said just because an applicant is certified as a pool lifeguard, it doesn't mean they're qualified beach guards. "A pool doesn't teach you anything about the ocean," he said. "In the case of Beach Patrol, it's really like hiring professional athletes. They're special because most people can't doit." Lifeguards are unique, he said, because unlike police officers or firefighters, who wait for the calls, lifeguards have to be alert and aware of what is going on. "Then they have to have the physical ability to work fast and swim fast because people depend on it" Arbin said. In the case of OCBP, he said, if he receives 1,000 inquires from people interested in a job, about 100 will show up for the physical test and only half of those candidates will actually pass. OCBP members must be at least 17 years old and while they have no age limit on how old an employee can be, he said most of his staff is 18-20 years old. "It's a very small percent (of people) that can physically do the job," Arbin said. "We're really recruiting an elite group." BEAGLIN PARK DAM PROJECT IS OFFICIAL SL55sa "HIP HFi. rPWH.. -a 1)E W I .f i! L ..MM "'K.. ill ')l MiWww 1 Gouty photo Salisbury Mayor Jim Ireton and Department of Public Works Director Teresa Gardner look at a sign for the Beaglin Park Dam update project during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday in Salisbury. Citizens can attend police academy SALISBURY The Salisbury Police Department invites people age 18 or older who live or work in the city to attend a Citizen's Police Academy The academy teaches about organizational structure of SPD including patrol functions, criminal investigation, communications, evidence collection, procedures and tactical unit response Applications are available at SPD, 600 W, , Salisbury Parkway, the Mayor's Office, 125 N. Division St; or Neighborhood Services and Code Compliance, 501-B East Church St Class size is limited; applications are first-come, first-serve. The next eight-week session, for a total of 16 hours, is 6:30 to 830 pm March 2 through April 20. Del. man, 38, accused of raping 14-year-old girl Police search for fugitive last seen in Federalsburg By Nick Roth Staff Writer GEORGETOWN Delaware police are searching for a 38-year-old man wanted on rape charges. Lome F. Kennedy, whose last known address is Pepper Road in Federalsburg, Md., is accused of raping a 14-year-old Sussex County girl. He is wanted on 64 counts of fourth-degree rape. Kennedy has also recently lived in Georgetown and Lincoln, Delaware State Police spokesman Cpl. Bruce Harris said. According to police, Kennedy developed a relationship with the juvenile girl in July 2008. The contact turned sexual and lasted 21 months until May 2010, police said. The crimes occurred at Kennedy's home, Harris said. After learning of the inappropriate relationship, Delaware State Police began investigating in January. "In this type of investigation, we have to receive the information about (the crimes) to begin an investigation," Harris said. "What happened here is the relationship was over; however, information regarding the incident didn't come to our attention until someone came forward." Kennedy is also facing one count each of continuous sexual abuse of a child and endangering the welfare of a child. After several attempts to locate Kennedy have failed, DSP is turning to the public for assistance. To leave an anonymous tip about crimes in the area, call CrimeSorvers at 410-548-1776. On the Net Ft Crime Reports See what crimes are being reported near you. Visit www.DelmarvaNow.com. Anyone with information on Kennedy's whereabouts is asked to call DSP at 302-856-5850 ext. 208, Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333, visit www.tipsub-mit.com or text keyword "DSP" plus a message to 274637. dmg.gannett.com 302-537-1881, ext. 206 (' 'V 'l I I M " m..'' i IS) INSTALLATI ON EVENT Save on installation day and every day. Call now to schedule a consultation, and you could save with $99 installation on select Pella windows.1 That's on top of the savings you'll see on your energy bill every month. 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