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GREENBELT, MD. – Drug dealing pays in a big way. It’s a good thing that drug dealers make so much money, at least for a couple of them mentioned in this crime report, as they have to pay over $200 million in judgments to the Federal Government as part of their convictions. And why not, the federal government was making the neighborhood safe where stashed millions and centered their cocaine business in a hideout just a block from the mansion of Vice-President Joe Biden.
Additionally, on six occasions from January to May, 2011, Robinson flew with other co-conspirators from Baltimore to McAllen, Texas to transport one to two kilograms of cocaine, per trip, back to Maryland on behalf of a drug dealer. Robinson knew that the cocaine was to be distributed in Maryland.
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.
Murder USA: Alton Parker nabbed by Virginia State Police after trucker reported he shot at his truck during road rage on I-95
On March 4 (Wednesday) at approximately 12:09 p.m., State Police responded to a call of a shooting on Interstate 95 near the 32 mile marker in Sussex County. A 2006 Freightliner tractor-trailer and a 2015 Subaru Outback were headed north on I-95 when the drivers began engaging with one another. Their behavior progressed to the point of the Subaru driving down the right shoulder, pulling up alongside the tractor-trailer and its driver shooting at the tractor-trailer
At around 11:15 p.m., they robbed their first victim at gunpoint in the 200 block of Hamilton Street NW, taking from him an iPhone and an iPad. Next, they drove to the unit block of Webster Street NE, and robbed their second victim at gunpoint, obtaining a cellphone and $160. They then drove to the 600 block of Jefferson Street NE, and found their third victim bringing gifts into his home. They put guns to his head, and robbed him of $3 and a cell phone. They committed their fourth robbery at about 12:12 a.m. on Christmas Day, in the 1700 block of Varnum Street NE. This last victim initially resisted, but the men assaulted him and took his wallet, which contained $15.
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According to the affidavit supporting the complaint, on February 2, 2015, his wife who works in Senate Chaplin’s Office in the U.S. Capitol Building reported to U.S. Capitol Police that earlier in the day, the employee had received text messages from Bogoslavski stating that he was planning to come to the employee’s work place with guns and shoot the employee and others. While his wife was speaking with the Capitol Police, Bogoslavski called the employee’s cell phone and made additional threats to shoot others, and “to die suicide by cop.”
According to his plea agreement, Rakhamimov and a co-conspirator laundered the proceeds of the contraband cigarette sales through an international money laundering operation that wired funds from banks located in Latvia, Cyprus, and Estonia, to a bank in New York, disguising the money as legitimate business payments for medical equipment or supplies. From December 27, 2012 through September 5, 2013, Rakhamimov and his co-conspirator wired a total of $681,450 through 12 such transactions. Rakhamimov and his co-conspirator received a fee of approximately 8% for the money laundering transactions.
Rakhamimov used his residence and his restaurant, Europe, to conduct the illegal transactions of contraband cigarettes and drugs, and the money laundering.
According to his plea agreement, Adam Azerman transported contraband cigarettes from Maryland to Brooklyn, using a van registered in his name. Azerman picked up the cigarettes from Rakhamimov’s residence and other locations, then drove his van to Brooklyn, New York, where he met Shamil Novakhov and provided him with the keys to the van. Novakhov admitted that he would take the van and return a few hours later, after he unloaded the contraband cigarettes into a nearby warehouse. Novakhov’s nephew, Ruslan Ykiew, admitted that he would also travel from New York to Maryland to obtain contraband cigarettes and transport them to his uncle in New York. Ykiew initially stored the cigarettes in a restaurant he owned. At Novakhov’s request, in 2012 Ykiew rented a warehouse for the storage of the contraband cigarettes.
Salim Yusufov also admitted that he illegally provided unapproved prescription drugs from Germany and Eastern Europe and sold them to customers. Corvalol, also referred to Corvalolum, and Valocordin, is not approved by the FDA for distribution in the United States, although it is sold in Eastern European countries, where it is used to treat elevated blood pressure and as a tranquilizer and sedative. Valocordin and Corvalol contain large amounts of phenobarbital, a prescription drug regulated by the FDA. According to his plea agreement, from July 23, 2010 through July 14, 2011, Yusufov , who is not a licensed pharmacist, imported and distributed Valocordin, dispensing the drug without a prescription.
Disbarred Maryland Attorney Aaron G. Seltzer Pleads Guilty to Scamming Investors and Banks