Daily Archives: May 22, 2014

MURDER USA: Dispute at hobo camp ends with man charged in beating victim to death with stick

Anne Arundel County Homicide detectives responded to the scene and conducted several interviews with witnesses. During the interviews, it was learned that an altercation took place between the victim and 44-year-old Joseph Eugene Wright of no fixed address. The altercation took place in the 7400 block of Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard in the wooded area. During the altercation, Joseph Wright used a stick to strike the victim.

Louisa cops get to keep Maurice Dooms guns as he heads to prison for dealing cocaine

Louisa County Commonwealth’s Attorney Rusty McGuire announced that Maurice Dooms, 41, Gordonsville, was sentenced to four years and six months in prison for cocaine distribution and firearm charges. On December 12, 2012, Dooms sold drugs in another jurisdiction. The Louisa County Narcotics Task Force was tracking the deal and immediately served a search warrant on Dooms’ residence in Gordonsville.

Police Beat: Eastern Shore Street Racers, Shooting

The driver of the red Ford Mustang, Peter Elijah Skorupa, 19, of Cordova, MD was charged with eight traffic violations including driving vehicle in a race/speed contest on highway, reckless driving, aggressive driving, improper passing and other related charges all contributing to an accident.
The driver of the silver Ford Mustang, a seventeen year old male from Easton, MD was also charged with several traffic violations, including driving vehicle in a race/speed contest on highway as well as possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. The juvenile was released to a parent and referred to juvenile services. Skorupa was released upon his signature on the citations.

ABC 7 reports: convicted sex offenders demanding to be erased from registry

It’s a registry designed to protect the public – but that shield could soon have a significant crack, with the potential for at least 1,200 sex offenders to disappear from Maryland’s registry.
“It’s something people need to be aware of,” says Lisae Jordan with the Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault.