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Annapolis Sunday Capital (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Annapolis, Maryland A Beautiful mind a a a flu mathematician Dies monday. May 25. 2015 a capital Gazette newspaper a a Annapolis my remembering the americans who sacrificed their lives behind the front lines As Well As on them web Sale Safe zone is offered by police City program intended As Protection for people conducting transactions using the internet by Tim Pratt Pratt a the Annapolis police department is opening its doors a and parking lot a to people who want a Safe place to conduct face to face transactions with strangers. Police on thursday announced a transaction Safe place Quot in which the departments parking lot and lobby Are being made available to the Public As a place to meet and conduct business. A criminals frequently seek out victims online a City police chief Michael Pristoop said. A this program will protect an Napolitano conducting face to face transactions after an online there have been several robberies and at least one homicide in Anne Arundel county in recent years stemming from advertisements on Craig list and other online sales Sites. While City police spokeswoman Cpl. Amy Miguez recall any such incidents in the City she said the department wants to be proactive in its efforts to protect citizens. People done to need to ask permission to use the lot. If they want to conduct their transactions in the lobby an officer can assist if needed Miguez said. The department also can use a database to Check items that Are being purchased to make sure they Arentt stolen Miguez said. As of sunday no one had asked police to Check an item or requested an officers assistance in the lobby regarding a transaction she said. Similar programs Are in place at police departments throughout the country. While Amie Arundel county police done to have such a program department spokesman Justin Mulcahy said officials recommend conducting transactions in Well lit Public places like parking lots. See zone Page a 6 photos by Cindy Huang staff at Annapolis National cemetery local historian Michael Fitzpatrick found the grave of a fourth nurse who died during the civil War. Mary Dukeshire Likely died from contracting a disease while working at an Annapolis Hospital. Not forgotten by Cindy Huang Chuang inside scattered across Anne Arundel county Are memorials for service members who done to have last names Arentt in history books and gave their lives off the battlefields. They re nurses military police officers unknown soldiers and even military dogs. About i in to gravestones at the Annapolis National cemetery is marked a unknown . a a there a so much More that goes on behind the scenes people doing support roles. Its the tip of the iceberg for those who get recognition a a said Rock Toews historian and the owner of Back Creek books in Annapolis. A a list of memorial Day events around the county today. Page a6. A our say remember sacrifices made by service members Page a9. As americans celebrate memorial Day some of those who should be remembered never held a weapon. They were ambulance Drivers engineers and other professionals who played crucial support roles risked their lives and lost. In Annapolis four of them w Ere nurses. Many died during the civil War by contracting diseases a typhus measles. See memorials Page a6 the paddle Bell at the naval Academy honors those who died in submarines during world War la As Well As during peacetime guard nip keep Waters Safe Over Holiday weekend by Sarah Hainesworth Hainesworth a sirens broke the Calm of sunday on the water surrounding the Thomas Point Lighthouse. A Crew from the coast guard station Annapolis aboard a response vessel made their first Stop of the afternoon boarding a 27-foot Power boat a fall of our boardings Are going to Start As vessel safety inspections making sure All the safety equipment on the boat is Good a said Boatswain a mate 3rd class Tom Hatfield. A the More proactive we Are with doing boardings we find the less cases we have to respond he and the rest of the Crew said the Holiday weekend is one of their busiest times. They re allowed to Board any vessel for safety checks coast guard officials said. A citation was issued Friday for boating under the influence and Crews responded to the scene of a fatal Accident sunday morning. A a it a typically the big weekend where people Are pushing to get their boats into the water a said machinery technician 3rd class Geoff Hurin. A a weekend like this there a easily 300 boats out and those on the water can use the . Coast guard App to stay Safe. Only a few weeks old the App allows boaters to request a safety Check review safety equipment report hazards pollution or suspicious activity review rules find buoys and file a float plan that allows boaters to share their route with others. A it has a lot of Good information and Good safety measures which is what we re pushing right now with memorial Day weekend a Hurin said. The same message of safety comes from state natured resources police who Are helping patrol the Holiday Waters. A last memorial Day weekend we had see water Page a6 weather today 82 66 High Low sunny. A4 y Index 2 sections 20 pages around Broadbeck. A5 death notices _ _ a7 puzzles __b7 Bridge. R7 editorial. To school notes a _a7 Calendar. A Honor to a a7 sports _ by classified. A lottery a4 television As comics _ a is obituaries _ a7 tides. A d Uke us on Facebook capital Gazette follow us on twitter Capra news nation amp world 71 arrested in Cleveland protests City Calm after officers acquittal in shooting death a2 general__________410-268-5000 classified____________410-268-7000 circulation______410-268-4800 by Joshua Mckerrow. Staff Boatswain a mate 2nd class Lee Acker and machinery technician 3rd class Geoff Hurin scan the Chesapeake Bay from the deck of a coast guard boat on sunday afternoon

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