Pierce’s DNA sample was collected in 2001 after he was convicted of a bank robbery in Wicomico County, MD.
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In 2011, Lumpkins pleaded guilty for his role in the largest striped bass poaching ring in the history of the Chesapeake Bay and was sentenced to serve 18 months in federal prison. He also was ordered to pay a fine of $36,000 and make restitution of $165,000.
Ocean City Police Beat / To heck with surf and sun; they go for electronics and credit cards during a burglary to an occupied residence
Residents of the unit awoke to find the unit in disarray and multiple personal items stolen. It was determined that over $3,500 in electronics, cash, and other miscellaneous items were stolen including one wallet.
At approximately 1:15 am, members of the First District responded to a call for stabbing. Upon arrival on the scene, members located an adult male suffering from an apparent stab wound.
Anne Arundel Police Beat: Valentine will spend Valentine’s Day in Prison for next 14 years; Drug Dealers Indicted; Cash, Heroin, Guns & Wheels Seized
Valentine will spend Valentine’s Day in Prison for next 14 years Annapolis, MD — Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Wes Adams announced today that Louis Valentine, 33, of New…
Four armed men wearing masks entered the restaurant just before 7 a.m., as employees arrived for work. All four men were armed and threatened employees. One worker was hit with the butt of a shotgun when unable to open the safe.
Southern Md. Police Beat / The Blizzard Bandits Strike Motel; Sheriff Tracks Footprints of Armed Robbers
The Blizzard Bandits Strike Motel; Sheriff Tracks Footprints of Armed Robbers
Southern Md. Police Beat: Federal worker charged with pot farming, dope dealing; guarded stash with AK 47
Federal worker charged with pot farming, dope dealing; guarded stash with AK 47 CALIFORNIA, MD. — What does the average federal employee at Patuxent River NAS do with their free…
The reward being offered by the FBI adds to the existing reward monies that New Castle County has been offering. Our hope is that these combined funds will break down the code of silence, encourage a tip called into authorities, and bring closure to Ms. Trader’s family.”
Thompson, who formerly lived on King Drive in Oakville, was charged on Sept. 12, 2014 with disturbing school operations by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Deputy Andrew Holton, the school resource officer at Chopticon High School. In District Court for St. Mary’s County Thompson was represented by two welfare attorneys, Ryan Posey and Gerald J. Riviello in arranging a plea deal on Dec. 11, 2014. Thompson pleaded guilty and received probation before judgment with States Attorney Richard Fritz allowing the sentence of ten days in jail to be completely suspended and no fine imposed, meaning that Thompson paid no penalty for disturbing operations of the high school.