Monthly Archives: November 2017

MURDER USA / Baltimore Police Officer Shot; Three Dead & Identities for Two in Latest Baltimore Murder Spree

Stevenson was lucky enough to have a plea deal tossed his way by Baltimore States Attorney Marilyn Mosby on May 4, 2011, when Mosby dumped a drug-dealing charge in return for Stevenson pleading guilty to possession and getting one free night’s stay in jail.

Maryland State Police Beat / Jeffrey Travis Butler dead after veering over highway and crashing into parked police cruiser

The 2007 Honda in which Butler died was being operated by him on June 3, 2017, when he was cited by Maryland State Trooper C. Short for driving while suspended and speeding as he drove eastbound on Rt. 50 at the 94-mile marker. Butler failed to appear in court on Nov. 17th and was double-dog-dare suspended.

Maryland State Police Beat / The Good and the Bad of Serving Booze to Minors in Somerset County

In addition to any sanctions imposed against the liquor licenses that may be imposed by the Somerset County Liquor Board, the employees who sold alcoholic beverages to a minor will face charges in the District Court of Maryland for Somerset County for furnishing an alcoholic beverage to a minor.  If convicted, these people face a maximum penalty of up to 2 years of incarceration, a fine of $1,000, or both.