Dirtbag Roundup: An alleged druggie using a borrowed welfare card to alter a prescription? Say it ain’t so, Batman!

Joseph Birch Jr.

Joseph Birch Jr.

Was he selling drugs to save up to go to Pharmacy School?
LEONARDTOWN, MD. — 2014-04-22 —St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Capt. Daniel Alioto reports that Detectives identified Joseph Claude Birch Jr. (Age 37 of Lexington Park) as a distributor of prescription medication. Detectives made undercover purchases of pills that included “oxycodone” and “morphine” from Suspect Birch Jr. He was subsequently indicted and arrested.

Usually one step ahead of the law, Eddie Keister appears glum in this publicity photo.

Usually one step ahead of the law, Eddie Keister appears glum in this publicity photo.

Suspect Lawrence Edward Keister (Age 45 of Lexington Park) was identified as a distributor of pills and detectives were able to purchase “oxycodone” from him. He was charged accordingly.

Why not just move to Colorado or Washington, states that enjoy and encourage drug use? Brendan Carr ran afoul of the law and was nabbed with allegedly falsified prescriptions and a purloined welfare card.

Why not just move to Colorado or Washington, states that enjoy and encourage drug use? Brendan Carr ran afoul of the law and was nabbed with allegedly falsified prescriptions and a purloined welfare card.

Brendan Douglas Carr (Age 31 of Chaptico, Md.) was arrested on charges that included prescription fraud and altering a prescription. An additional unrelated warrant for theft was served as well. In that case Suspect Carr was using another person’s State of Maryland Independence Card (Subsistence Card).

  • Used to be that politicians pledged a chicken in every pot. Times are so tight that our Maryland legislators are trying to tax chickens. With all the chickens crossing the road to Virginia to escape O'Malley mania, even the fowl are calling foul. Senator Catfish Larry Jarboe says: Look for the "Catfish in Every Pan" Plan coming from the cooler in my truck.

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