Tag Archives: Anne Arundel County Police

Maryland State Police Beat / Cops: Dirtbag Roundup Sends Four to Slammer on Charges of Soliciting Minors for Sex

he Maryland State Police Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force conducted a proactive operation involving the online sexual solicitation of minors. During the covert operation and in two separate incidents, Christensen and Parham communicated online with an undercover police officer posing as a minor. Both men made statements expressing a desire to meet the minor and engage in sexual activity.

Anne Arundel Police Beat: police cruiser demolished; truck & car head-on; plane belly flops

Arriving units found a head on style collision between a tractor trailer and a sedan with one occupant trapped in the sedan. The trapped occupant, a 45 year old female, was extricated in less than 20 minutes

Black Slave Owners: cops bust up another slavery and prostitution ring in Maryland

Alleged slave owner imported hookers from Europe for Montgomery County prostitution business

GERMANTOWN, MD. — In the third recent incident of a role reversal of the historic issue of slavery in America, police agencies in Maryland have charged an African-American man for owning slaves and allegedly forcing them to work for him the sex industry. Other incidents in the past year have taken place with the arrest of two black men for imprisoning women in Princess Anne, Md., and transporting them to men for prostitution throughout Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania.

Anne Arundel Police Beat: Armed Dirtbag Robbed BP Station on Nursery Road

Police say the dirtbag robber ultimately entered the passenger side of a maroon two-door Lexus Coupe with chrome wheels. That vehicle fled the scene northbound on Hammonds Ferry Road.

Pickup swept away by high water found; driver still missing on Little Patuxent River

At approximately 10:50 p.m., Anne Arundel County Police investigating the area in response to a missing person call located the white pickup truck in the water, approximately 150 feet south of the bridge. Firefighters and Special Operations personnel returned to the scene and were able to conduct a search of the vehicle and surrounding waters and the shore lines in the area. The flood waters had receded approximately 15 feet from the time of the initial 911 call in the morning.