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Daily Archives: May 20, 2014

Court official allowed to retire after sexual predator trial; now disbarred

Following three years of court actions after he was discovered to have been soliciting sex from who he believed were minor females, the Maryland Court of Appeals Chief Deputy Clerk, Robert John Greenleaf has been disbarred.
In the criminal charges brought in Caroline County by States Attorney Jonathan Newell, Greenleaf was accused of multiple communications with an undercover officer posing as a 14-year-old girl, from a computer located in his home.
In the series of internet communications, Greenleaf repeatedly attempted to get the “girl” to leave her home and meet him for a sexual encounter and to produce a sex video.

Spring shoplifting season underway at Lowes: Drilling for pills in all the wrong places

Make that his ex-girlfriend after he called the cops and allegedly told them that his girlfriend had stolen his cell phone and his wheels. Police say that on May 15, 2014, Corporal Connelly responded to a residence on Sea Side View Road in Ridge, for a reported theft. The victim alleged his girlfriend, identified as suspect Rosilee Mary Bryant, 52, of Ridge, had taken his cell phone and vehicle, while he was asleep and without his permission

Druggies will be scurrying for new suppliers as cops disrupt multi-level marketing of cocaine on Eastern Shore

A combined local, state and federal law enforcement partnership has led to the disruption of a cocaine distribution network operating throughout the Upper Eastern Shore and the arrests of two dozen suspects.
Police believe three suspects were involved in directing the operation. The first suspect is identified as Adrian L. Reed, aka “Slick,” 37, of the 2200-block of Pondtown Road, Chestertown, Md.