As one of the principal leaders of the Sinaloa Cartel, Guzman Loera allegedly also oversaw the cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, and marijuana smuggling activities by the Sinaloa Cartel to wholesale distributors in Atlanta, Chicago, Miami, New York, as well as in various locations in Arizona, Los Angeles and elsewhere.
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Delaware State Police / Probation Officers Find Ex-Cons Cooking Up Brew of Meth SMYRNA DEL – The Delaware State Police reports that the Kent County Governor’s Task Force (GTF) has…
Ocean City Police Beat / Bust of 19 Drug Dealers reported – druggies might want to pack extra snorts and smack for their trip to beach due to depleted numbers of dealers
During the undercover operations, detectives seized numerous drugs including heroin, MDMA, cocaine, marijuana and over 150 prescription pills, all worth a street value of $2,655. Detectives also seized two handguns, 11 concealed deadly weapons (knives, metal knuckles, stun guns), three vehicles and over $4,550 in U.S. currency.
Police learned these operations were responsible for importing large amounts of heroin, crack and powder cocaine, marijuana and Oxycodone into the region for over a decade.
OCEAN CITY, MD. — According to Ocean City Police at approximately 3:10 a.m. on August 7, 2015 officers on bicycle patrol observed a vehicle traveling north at a high rate of speed on the boardwalk near 1st Street. The vehicle turned around and traveled south on the boardwalk then turned west onto N. Division Street.
PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. Who thought it was a good idea to revive junkies who decide to inject heroin and overdose? Many folks would say let them have their final high and blast off into junkie hell. But some genius thought it was a good idea to equip cops with Naloxone to administer to junkies and revive them and it actually works. Too bad, these junkies will live another day to torment society.
Operation “Growing Pains” officially began in February of this year and focused more on the younger demographic abusing drugs in our community rather than specific drugs. Through the course of the operation undercover detectives conducted dealings involving cocaine, LSD, psilocybin, pharmaceutical pills, marijuana and concentrated marijuana “wax”. As a result, detectives obtained warrants for 26 individuals, 19 of which are now in custody. In addition to the arrests, detectives also executed search warrants at 4 different target locations.
Rhode Island trooper nabs Brooklyn man with eighty-five pounds of pot; big BINGO for Bing! – The $400 Taxi Fare!
The charges allege that on Thursday, April 2, 2015, Troopers assigned to the Hope Valley Barracks stopped a New York registered taxi for speeding and other motor vehicle violations on Route 95 North in the Town of Richmond. The taxi driver advised Troopers he was paid $400 to transport Bing Zhou Liu from New York to Massachusetts. During the investigation, a probable cause search of the taxi led to the seizure of five (5) FedEx boxes that contained 85 individually wrapped vacuum sealed bags of marijuana. The total weight of the marijuana seized was approximately eighty-five (85) pounds. The investigation identified Liu as the alleged owner of the marijuana. The estimated value of the marijuana seized is $300,000.
MOOK DAY, LALA, BUTT JUICE, FLATLINE, LITTLE HEAD and more in the bozo line of Up ‘da Hill Gang on Fast Track for Up ‘de River!
◾According to the superseding indictment, the members of UDH were part of a racketeering enterprise and protected their power, territory and profits through the use of violence, threats of violence, intimidation, robbery, narcotics trafficking and obstruction of justice. The superseding indictment alleges that UDH members have also committed murders, attempted murders, assaults, carjackings, obstruction of justice and robberies. Specifically, the superseding indictment alleges that, beginning in 2004, UDH members committed six murders of rival gang members and/or drug dealers, and shot nine other individuals. In addition, the superseding indictment alleges that members of UDH committed home invasion, street and bank robberies in order to fund their narcotics activities.
Jail guards Kimberly Dennis and Antonia Allison were jail guards prostituting themselves for money to Black Guerilla Family killers in Maryland Prison; now they go behind bars
Forty of the 44 defendants charged in the racketeering conspiracy have been convicted, including 24 correctional officers. Thirty-five defendants pleaded guilty; five defendants were convicted after trial. Three defendants were acquitted and one defendant died.
Inmate Tavon White, a/k/a Bulldog and Tay, age 37, of Baltimore was sentenced to 12 years in prison