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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Black Guerilla Family Update: gang member inmate had sex with guards and directed smuggling into jail gets 30 months more fun

Morrison was a BGF member and in pretrial custody at BCDC from 2012 to 2013. He was involved with and often directed the smuggling of cell phones, tobacco, marijuana, and drugs into BCDC through other correctional officers who received payments, gifts, or a share of the profits. Morrison had sexual relations with at least one of the correctional officers involved with contraband trafficking. He also helped conceal from prison officials contraband smuggled into the jail.

Ospreys nest where they can get a good view of the fishing; state traffic cams offer a bird’s eye view

— Maryland transportation officials say they’re considering building a nesting platform for ospreys who insist on building and rebuilding nests in front of a traffic camera pointed at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge

Titanic 1912: the original news stories of the disaster

Just three months and a single day were all that separated the tragedy of the magnificent liner RMS Titanic in 1912 and that of a modern ship, the Costa Concordia, one hundred years later.
In both cases, the “press” as it used to be called, and the “media” as it is now commonly referred to describe the various electronic and print sources of news coverage; played an important role in the tragedies.

Troubles at the Maryland Bar: If your attorney is on this list of disbarred shysters and disciplined barristers, you may have a problem

Disbarred by Consent on December 16, 2013, for failing to represent her clients with competence, reasonable diligence and promptness, for misappropriation of client funds and for engaging in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation

Comptroller Peter Franchot’s Agents Arrest Four in Cigarette Smuggling Busts in Worcester County

Comptroller Peter Franchot today announced that members of his Field Enforcement Division arrested a man from New Jersey and three men from New York accused of bringing loads of cigarettes from Virginia into Maryland. The men were arrested during a sting operation conducted from April 15 to 18 in Worcester County. Agents seized a total of 24,750 packs of contraband cigarettes and three vehicles. The seized cigarettes are valued at more than $159,000.
“Cigarette smuggling not only takes revenue out of state coffers but also makes cigarettes easily accessible to young people,” said Comptroller Franchot. “I am delighted my agents made these arrests and will prosecute the smugglers to the fullest extent of the law,” he added

Baltimore County Murder: Michael Jefferson Jr. found full of bullet holes by cops responding to report of gunfire

Police were dispatched to a home in the unit block of Rocky Brook Court, 21244, at 11:55 p.m. Sunday for a report of shots fired. They found Michael Jefferson Jr., of the unit block of Rocky Brook Court, dead in his home of apparent multiple gunshot wounds

U of Hood overdose: Michael Mutryn found dead with guns and drugs in College Park apartment

Students tell us they are saddened to hear of Mutryn’s death, but they are also stunned to hear that in the student’s room in this off-campus student apartment building, police found two 9MM handguns, crack cocaine, the drug ecstasy, and hypodermic needles.