DOVER, DEL. — The Dover Police Department reports that officers responded to 15 shoplifting calls between January 1st and Noon on January 8th. Of those 15 shoplifting complaints, one was unfounded, seven are still under investigation, and arrests were made/warrants obtained in 7 cases. A total of 6 adults were arrested or are wanted for shoplifting during this period. Two juveniles were also arrested/had warrants obtained during this period.
Daily Archives: January 14, 2015
Cops nab man, they say, has been dealing in child porn
RISING SUN, MD. – Maryland State Police investigators seized evidence from the home of James John Stanley, 28, of 10 W. Main Street in Rising Sun, Md. That evidence, they report will substantiate charges of child pornography, they have placed against him. Stanley is now incarcerated pending bail being posted.
Prince Georges Police Beat: Gun-toting bandit wanted Landover hand-over of cash but left empty-handed
Prince Georges County Md. Police are looking for these two jewelry store thieves. They didn’t steal diamonds, but they did nab two tablets used by store employees. Police say that their investigation reveals the suspects were posing as customers. When employees were distracted, the suspects grabbed the tablets and walked from the store. This happened on December 17, 2014, at about 1:30 pm at a jewelry store on Capital Centre Boulevard in Largo. If you recognize either of these suspects, please call 301-390-2160 or Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS. A cash reward is available.
Check Writing Fraud Suspects
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These two women are wanted for using a stolen check at a big box store in Woodbridge, Virginia. The victim’s checkbook and purse were stolen from a car at a gas station in the 12000 block of Annapolis Road in Bowie on November 14, 2014. Later that day, these two suspects were photographed using one of the stolen checks to make a purchase. If you know where police can find either of these women, please call 301-390-2160. Tipsters can also call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS.
Pharmacy Robbery – turn in these dirtbags and win CASH!
PG Police Robbery Unit detectives are working to find and arrest these three suspects. The men robbed a pharmacy on Old Silver Hill Road in District Heights on January 10, 2015, at about 11:15 am. The investigation reveals the suspects jumped over the counter, one pulled out a gun and demanded cash and prescription medication. The employees complied. The suspects then ran away. If you know who these men are or have any information on this robbery, please call 301-772-4905. You can also always call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS.
Bandit Wanted Landover Hand-over
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Virginia Police Beat: Two die in crashes as vehicles slide off interstates; suicide by sitting on highway behind pedestrian death
Two die in crashes as vehicles slide off interstates; suicide by sitting on highway behind pedestrian death
Two vehicles struck John Henderson who police say was sitting in center of busy Rt. 1
ALEXANDRIA, VA. – Fairfax County Police report that crash reconstruction detectives are investigating a crash that took place at around 11:45 p.m. on Tuesday, January 13.
A 40-year-old Alexandria area man was reportedly sitting in the center of Route 1 Northbound just prior to Southgate Drive outside of the crosswalk. The man was stuck by two vehicles. It does not appear that speed nor alcohol were factors in the crash on the part of the drivers and it is unknown why the victim was in the roadway.
Eagle rests where only Osprey dare to nest – Beware of the Ides of March
Anthony Akrah Morris worked hard robbing 7-Elevens and McDonalds; boosted three in just two hours in robbery marathon to raise money…for him!
Robbed More Than a Dozen Convenience Stores, Gas Stations, and Restaurants in Five Months, Including Three 7-Elevens in Just Two Hours
GREENBELT, MD—U.S. District Judge Paul W. Grimm sentenced Anthony Akrah Morris, age 25, of Burtonsville, Maryland, on Jan. 12, 2015 to 505 months in prison followed by five years of supervised release for conspiring to commit robbery, two counts of robbery and two counts of brandishing a firearm during a robbery. Judge Grimm also ordered Morris to pay restitution of $3,375.
An hour passed and no Cantu. From time to time, Marcus saw a shadow moving about inside, which clearly indicated that the jackal had crawled on all fours to get away from the windows. Now Cantu set a candle burning inside just to cast huge dancing shadow from wall to wall—just to let Marcus know that he was eating his food and drinking what was left of his beer, and going nowhere. Apparently, he’d accepted the fact that Marcus had gotten the women and children out to safety.
Just to let the creep know that Marcus had gone nowhere, Rydell intermittently shattered a window here and there with a .223 bullet.
Pirate Poacher Kings of the Bay Have Nothing to Fear from Feckless Maryland Officials: stripped of license Reihl kept hauling in stripers
The State of Maryland has highlighted the actions of Maryland State Police and Natural Resources police using satellite technology, helicopters and watercraft as officers issued citations for poaching, undersize catches, and raids by pirate watermen on oyster sanctuaries. Two men who were subjects of arrests and issuing of citations are featured here along with results of when they appeared in court. They are brothers, Benjamin Leonard Reihl and Adam Vincent Reihl.
Benjamin Leonard Reihl
Chestertown, Md. — Benjamin Leonard Reihl was charged by Maryland Natural Resources Police Officer Rogowski with three counts of possession of undersized oysters on March 21, 2014 and in Talbot County District Court on June 19, 2014 was found guilty and fined $277.50 plus court costs of $22.50.
As Reihl appears to find Maryland rules for watermen and motor vehicle laws inconvenient to him, this PIRATE KING BOX SCORE is provided for our readers as well as for Reihl and his younger brother Adam.
Court records reflect Reihl using the Maryland Public Defender system on one occasion and only once hiring a private attorney; thus the money he saves on lawyers is used on paying fines. But court records reflect that on nearly a half dozen occasions he has been granted a deferred payment status by the courts, meaning that he was able to negotiate plea deals with prosecutors without the help of attorneys and then was able to have his payment deferred.