Daily Archives: September 23, 2014

Gunmen supersized their order at Checkers

GLEN BURNIE, MD. — Anne Arundel Police report that on September 22, 2014, at approximately 12:28 am, officers from Northern District responded to the Checkers Restaurant located in the 100 block of Mountain Road in Glen Burnie for a reported armed robbery of the business.

Upon arrival, officers spoke with three employees still on the scene. The employees reported that one of the employees was at the rear of the parking lot taking out the trash when he was approached by three black male suspects. One of the suspects displayed a handgun and ordered the employee back into the business

Fraud Gang Worked Hard to Scam Banks and Identity Theft Victims

Gbadamosi was a manager and supervisor in the conspiracy, driving other conspirators from bank to bank and directing them to withdraw stolen funds. Gbadamosi gave false identification documents to his co-conspirators, who would then enter the banks and use the IDs to cash checks drawn on the fraudulently funded accounts. These IDs contained the names and birthdates of real people who did not know their identities had been stolen. On at least one occasion, Gbadamosi gave the real driver’s license of an individual to a co-conspirator, whom Gbadamosi then directed to make unauthorized withdrawals from that individual’s bank account.

Murder USA: Jason Eric Thayer charged with stabbing to death Adam Ussery

The two became engaged in a verbal altercation that quickly escalated into a physical altercation in which Ussery was struck in the face. Ussery went back into his home and reemerged with a knife in his hand. The suspect Thayer pulled out a knife and after a brief argument; Thayer stabbed Ussery in the upper body. Ussery was able to walk back into the house where another person who was at the property called 911.

Franklin Hernandez charged with failing to move over and DUI when he struck Trooper Brian Hirsch on side of Beltway

The preliminary investigation indicates that just after 2:00 a.m., Cpl. Hirsch along with another trooper were conducting a vehicle search on I-495 in the area of the Greenbelt Metro Station. Both Maryland State Police patrol units were stopped with their emergency equipment activated on the right road shoulder. While conducting a search, a 2005 Chevrolet failed to obey the move over law, and struck Cpl. Hirsch while standing on the right shoulder. The vehicle was stopped a short distance later.