Jan 18, 2018
Last week, we spoke with DaJuan Gay who was recently stopped by
the Annapolis City Police. He felt threatened and called his
attorney who also felt it was a case of driving while black.
This week, we speak to Annapolis Police Chief Scott Baker about the stop. We find out what happened and how it could have been...
Jan 11, 2018
Earlier this year, former candidate for Alderman and community activist DaJuan Gay was stopped by the Annapolis City Police for running a stop sign. After a simple stop became an extended stop, Gay claims he became concerned and called an attorney. Is this a routine traffic stop? Or a case of DWB--Driving While Black?...
Jan 4, 2018
As we jump into 2018, we wanted to talk to Anne Arundel County
Councilman Chris Trumbauer (D-District 6) about his final year in
office. He is term-limited and we wanted to talk about his legacy,
his future plans, and also the issues he sees are facing Anne
Arundel County as we move into 2018 and beyond.
Dec 28, 2017
We're staring down the barrel of a new year, so The Maryland Crabs wax nostalgic and look back at 2017 to talk about our ten most-downloaded episodes.
And, since it is the end of the year, John loosens the rules and lets Tim ramble on aimlessly about whatever random thought pops into his little head. We crab about
Dec 21, 2017
When he makes that call, Bob Mosier is a hero to 84,000
students, but the nemesis of parents who need to scramble.
But, as spokesperson for the Anne Arundel County Public Schools, it is a lot more than just making the call to cancel school for a snow day.
This week we talk about snow days, homeless students, the highs...