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Frederick Police Beat: Heap of charges included drug dealing and bribing a cop ought to be enough to make Tucker pucker

Upon speaking with the suspect at his residence located at 1418-I Taney Ave. Apt. 301, Frederick, Md., officers reportedly smelled the odor of marijuana inside the residence.

This point is where the bizarre story takes a new twist.

As officers were attempting to apply for a search warrant of the residence, Tucker allegedly attempted to bribe officers who were on the scene to dispose of evidence before the search warrant could be executed.

Southern Maryland Police Beat: PCP — The Wonder Drug

You can’t fix stupid

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — One driver who should have been arrested when first stopped by a trooper was instead given a break and allowed to call someone to drive his vehicle, due to his driver’s license being suspended.

Maryland State Police report that on 7/7/14 at 4:56 pm, Trooper First Class Lewis stopped a vehicle on Rt. 231 and Thoroughbred Dr. for traffic violations. Avon D. Cochran, 23 of Waldorf, was driving on a suspended license. He was advised he could not continue to drive and he agreed to make arrangements for his own disposition. Approximately 5 minutes later, after resuming traffic enforcement, TFC Lewis located Cochran driving on Church St. in Prince Frederick. He was arrested for failing to obey a lawful order. He was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

Election 2014: stand-up guy at ATF stands up for Matt Morgan

On the contrary, he seemed to readily understand that people will never agree on everything, but that he just wanted the opportunity to explain why he held the opinion he presented. That was a refreshing change from the career politicians we have today.

I have been a registered voter for 22 years and this was the first time a candidate had the guts to knock on my door, let alone answer my questions. It renewed my interest in the local politics and I began to research the upcoming primary. I thought the carpetbagger claim was funny, considering Mr. Morgan had lived in the district even before it was changed by redistricting. That just showed a lack of substance on the part of others to resort to labeling or name-calling.

After my research, I found I had plenty to make me question the other candidates. Maybe I would have voted for one of them instead if they had the courage to go door to door, weathering the cold and the questions.

Attention Pot-Heads! small amounts of weed de-criminalized…but rolling papers are still a criminal offense…Ha…the inept legislators must have been smoking too much dope when they passed this bill!

ANNAPOLIS, MD. It is really too funny. The Maryland General Assembly must have had been in too big of a rush when they passed the decriminalization of small amounts of pot this past session. For details on this latest legislative laugh-in to come out of the mental-midget minds of the bozos in Annapolis, click on the above video and read the following from the folks at the Capital News Service