Daily Archives: June 16, 2014

Judge Cougar accused of lying to police by her opponent in election

Circuit Court Judge Audrey Creighton, running for election in Montgomery County’s primary this month, was accused of harboring her live-in boyfriend when he was a fugitive from an arrest warrant issued by another judge in her own court. At the time the warrant was outstanding, she admits living in an intimate relationship with the boyfriend, Rickley Senning, a violent felon less than half her age.

In a June 6, 2014 open letter seeking the withdrawal of the other judicial candidates’ endorsements of Ms. Creighton (attached), Circuit Court Judicial candidate Daniel Patrick Connell further alleges that Ms. Creighton lied to Montgomery County Police and circumvented court rules and procedures to keep Mr. Senning from being taken into custody. Supporting materials can be found on Mr. Connell’s website, www.ConnellfortheCourt.com.

Lexington Park Hobos & Hookers: dirtbags rounded up include dangerous folks

ALCOHOL VIOLATION – According to St. Mary’s County Md. Sheriff Tim Cameron, on June 11, 2014, Sergeant Clay Safford assigned to the Hobos & Hookers Patrol (Lexington Park COPs UNIT), observed suspect David Lee Garrison, 57, of no fixed address, on St. Mary’s County government property (bus stop on Tulagi Place) consuming an alcoholic beverage.

Garrison was charged with the alcohol violation by criminal citation and was given a new address at the Hotel St. Mary’s.

Court records reveal that Garrison has a record spanning nearly twenty years of criminal assault, DWI, drug possession, malicious destruction of property, trespassing and many convictions mixed with various charges dropped by St. Mary’s States Attorney

Doctor admits defrauding Medicare and pumping out phony orders for Oxy pills

Wayne previously pled guilty to a criminal information that charges him with health care fraud and conspiracy to violate the narcotics laws of the United States. In his plea, Wayne admitted to executing a scheme to defraud the Medicare program and attempting to cause a loss in excess of $2,500,000 to Medicare. Wayne also admitted that he conspired with others to knowingly and intentionally prescribe Schedule II controlled substances, such as oxycodone, outside the scope of professional medical practice and not for a legitimate medical purpose, knowing that controlled substances would be distributed illegally.

Eastern Shore Police Beat: pot remains popular among deadheads; district burglars like the beach

Police say that on June 13, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office were called to the 8000 block of Swann Haven Road for a domestic assault. Contact was made with Crystal Lynn Robertson, 42, of Easton, MD who advised she had been assaulted by her live in boyfriend, Bruce Douglas Bradley, 43, of Easton, MD. Robertson had injuries consistent with an assault and was escorted to the District Court Commissioner who issued an arrest warrant and a protective order. Deputies were able to locate and arrest Bradley without incident. Bradley was processed and taken before a District Court Commissioner who ordered him held on a $15,000.00 bond.

Fat Gal Wants to Smell Better! Lookout fires pepper spray at store clerk

Anne Arundel County Police report that on 6/13/14 at approximately 1537 hrs. officers from the Southern District responded to the Ulta Beauty cosmetics store in the Harbor Center shopping center at 2566 Solomons Island Rd, in Annapolis, for a reported shoplifting that had just occurred.

Upon arrival, officers spoke to a store manager who stated that a black female entered the store and placed a large amount of perfume into a store shopping bag

Lusby resident Jamarr Sherman Mackall faces prison time on charges of stabbing

Maryland State Police Sgt. Jeff Jones reports that on June 16, 2014 members from the Maryland State Apprehension Team (MSAT) located suspect Jamarr Sherman Mackall (22), DOB: 12/13/91 at a residence in Lusby, Calvert County, MD.

Severna Park: Cops say Robert Knickbocker gave a great show at Taco Bell with his own special DWI hell

Upon arrival, officers observed a Mercedes 300D with the operator blowing the horn repeatedly. Upon making contact with that driver, identified as Robert Knickerbocker, officers detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from the operator’s breath and noticed that his eyes were glassy and his speech was mumbled and slurred. The operator exited the vehicle and identified himself as a police officer with the Maryland Natural Resources Police.

Prince Frederick: Take those pills out of your pocket when showing up for meeting with parole officer

Warrant Service / Possession of Suboxone: On 6/10/14 at 7:04 pm, Trooper Palumbo responded to the Parole and Probation Office on Duke St. to serve a warrant. During the arrest, Matthew Wayne Wiegand, of Lusby, was found to be in possession of Suboxone. He was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.