Baltimore City Police Beat / Ex-Con Anthony Harrington Selling Bags & Packing Heat

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Anthony Harrington drug arrest 090516 Balt City Police

Baltimore City Police reports seizing these bags of drugs, gun, and ammo from convicted armed robber Anthony Harrington on Sept. 5, 2016.

Baltimore City Police Beat / Ex-Con Anthony Harrington Selling Bags & Packing Heat

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BALTIMORE, MD. — Baltimore City Police report that on September 5, 2016, Eastern District Operations detectives were conducting an investigation in the 1200 block of North Eden Street.

This investigation led to the arrest of 30-year-old Anthony Derell Harrington, of 1219 N. Caroline Street, Baltimore, Md.

Police say that seized from Harrington was a handgun loaded with six rounds and 79 baggies of suspected marijuana.

Anthony Harrington was transported to Central Booking where he has been charged with handgun and drug violations including distribution of drugs, use of a gun in a felony, and possession of a gun by a convicted felon. He will face a preliminary hearing on Oct. 4, 2016.

Naturally, the public defender who really doesn’t defend the public but defends criminals like Harrington at the expense of the public has filed in this case, the honor to protect this dirtbag goes to Janette Deboissiere.  The arresting officer was Christopher Mumey.

Dirtbag Harrington entered a guilty plea to armed robbery on May 13, 2008, in Baltimore City Circuit Court and received Probation after Conviction with a prison sentence of seven years with five years suspended. Even though he was also convicted of the violation of probation he was still allowed more probation of five years to be supervised.  On July 16, 2015, he entered a guilty plea to once again violating his probation. The dimwits of the Maryland Judicial System then allowed him to be released on $75,000 bail, which was arranged in a deal with Baltimore States Attorney Marilyn Mosby and Public Defender Matthew F. Jennejahn.

The gentle work of the Maryland Correctional System and the Alice in Wonderland Judicial System will now get another crack at this admitted armed robber and accused drug dealer.

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