Daily Archives: January 30, 2015

Thanks a Bunch! Baltimore’s best bank robber sent to slammer

According to Bunch’s plea agreement, between late March and mid-April 2014, Bunch engaged in a string of bank robberies in the Baltimore area. In each robbery, Bunch presented the teller with a note stating that he had a gun and threatening to shoot if the teller did not comply with his demands for money.

Specifically, Bunch admitted that he robbed: the Wells Fargo Bank in the 6300 Block of York Road in Baltimore, on March 25, 2014, stealing $4,029.01; the Bay Bank in the 2600 block of Annapolis Road in Hanover, Maryland, on April 4, 2014, stealing $2,000; and the Wells Fargo Bank in the 4800 block of Eastern Avenue in Baltimore, on April 14, 2014, stealing $3,333.

Don’t come home from drinkin’ with arson on your mind…oh A-S-H-L-E-Y…please don’t burn the place down…

Don’t come home from drinkin’ with arson on your mind…oh A-S-H-L-E-Y…please don’t burn the place down…Oh, A-S-H-L-E-Y, Don’t set your bed on fire!

CALIFORNIA, MD. – Ashley couldn’t hold her booze too well, apparently, when she came home from drinking, St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports she entertained her family by barricading herself in her bedroom and attempting to set her bed afire. It could be that Ashley simply likes her bed HOT.

Murder USA: Shamaine Moore scores two fellow students with a knife in Garrett College cafeteria stabbing

Bloody attack erupted in mountain college cafeteria; two stabbed and assailant just went to class
Shamaine N. Moore charged with stabbing two fellow students in cafeteria knife fight
(McHENRY, MD) – You can take the city kids out of the city but there still ends up stabbings and violence at a mountain-side college.
Maryland State Police report that a suspect is in custody and facing charges tonight after two people were stabbed at a Garrett County college.
The suspect is identified as Shamaine N. Moore, 19, of Baltimore, Md. She is under arrest and expected to be charged later tonight with attempted second degree murder, first and second degree assault, and reckless endangerment. Additional charges are possible. She was transported by ambulance, accompanied by troopers, to Garrett Memorial Hospital for treatment of what appears to be a laceration. After her release and processing, she will be taken to the Garrett County Detention Center to await an initial appearance before a court commissioner.
The two victims are identified as Daniqua N. Harrington, 20, of Washington, D.C., and Chandel J. Alexander, 18, of Baltimore, Md. Both victims were transported to Garrett Memorial Hospital for treatment of stab wounds. Alexander was treated and released. Harrington was later transferred to Ruby Memorial Hospital, where she continues to undergo treatment.
Just before 5:00 p.m. today, Maryland State Police at the McHenry Barrack received a call for a reported stabbing at Garrett College, in the 600-block of Mosser Road, McHenry, Md. Responding troopers found the two victims in the school cafeteria. EMS personnel responded to treat and transport the victims.
Information was developed by troopers about the suspect, who had fled the scene. Troopers responded to the on-campus dormitories and encountered the suspect coming out of a building. She was arrested without incident.
Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Division investigators from the McHenry and Hagerstown barracks, as well as C3I Cumberland and the Maryland State Police Homicide Unit responded to conduct the investigation. The preliminary investigation indicates the suspect and both victims are students at the college. The three were in the cafeteria when an argument ensued. The suspect produced a knife and the two victims were stabbed during the altercation.
State Police investigators conducted numerous interviews of persons in the cafeteria where the incident occurred. Troopers recovered a knife in the cafeteria. The knife will be forwarded to the Maryland State Police Forensic Sciences Division laboratory for analysis to determine if it was the weapon used in the stabbings.
Garrett County Sheriff’s Office deputies also responded to the scene and assisted. The Garrett County State’s Attorney’s Office was notified and briefed on the investigation. The investigation is continuing.
College Condemns Cafeteria Mayhem
Garrett College took a dim view of the cafeteria criminal conduct and issued this statement on its Facebook page:
“At approximately 5pm today, an incident involving a knife took place in the Laker Café. Law enforcement secured the scene and all parties involved have been located. There is no security risk at this time. Garrett College will not tolerate this behavior and has responded with the appropriate sanctions according to the college student code of conduct.”