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Walt & Becky Trice Joins EXIT Realty in Easton


Exit Realty LogoWe’re excited to welcome Walt & Becky Trice back to EXIT Realty,” says R. James Latham, Broker/Owner of the EXIT Latham Realty. “EXIT is growing and attracting quality business people like Walt & Becky Trice back each and every day.”

Walt & Becky are long time realtors and sell the Mid Eastern Shore of Maryland. They work in residential properties, farms, waterfront and commercial. Walt & Becky reside in Trappe and are also active in the Cambridge real estate market.

You can reach Walt & Becky Trice at 410-463-0500 or 410-463-0077 or feel free to stop by EXIT Latham Realty located at 29 E. Dover Street in Easton to visit them.

EXIT Realty is a proven real estate business model that supplies single-level residual income – for agents, security, stability and direction; for agents’ families, security in the form of beneficiary and retirement residuals.  EXIT’s MIND-SET Training Systems offer the industry’s best hands-on, interactive sales training.  State-of-the-art technology, including the Digital Marketing Strategy, gives EXIT Realty agents the edge in a competitive marketplace. EXIT is a by-invitation-only company focusing on the business of real estate. A portion of every transaction fee collected by EXIT International is applied to its charitable fund. To-date, over $2 Million has been pledged to Habitat for Humanity.

EXIT Latham Realty is located at 29 E. Dover Street, Easton.  For more information, please call 410-822-2152 or visit our website www.ExitLathamRealty.com.

Trappe Day Care Operator Convicted of Murder

A day care provider has been convicted of second-degree murder in the death last year of an infant in her care. Fifty-three-year-old Gail Dobson of Trappe was found guilty in the death of 9-month-old Trevor Ulrich. Police were called to Dobson’s home last September 2 after she said the infant was having trouble breathing. He was taken to Children’s Hospital in Washington where he died the next day. The D.C. medical examiner ruled the child’s death a homicide, and police said the cause of death was inflicted head trauma, an injury associated with shaken baby syndrome. Dobson testified at the trial that she did not hurt or shake the child.

Trappe Police Department Report

The Trappe Police Department charged John Joseph Marra, 22, of 29350 Maple Avenue, Apt. 4, Trappe, on Saturday, February 27th for detaining a child under 16 years of age within the State.  The charge was the result of Marra failing to return the child to the lawful custodian within 48 hours.  The child was to have been returned to the lawful custodian in Allegany County on January 2, 2010, which Marra failed to do.  The child was returned to the lawful custodian on February 27th, when Marra was served the Allegany County District Court Criminal Summons in Trappe.