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Daily Archives: July 17, 2014

Firefighters run on two fires in Joppa in a day

According to the OSFM, the accidental fire was started in a plastic dryer vent and caused approximately $25,000 in damages to the structure and contents. All occupants were able to escape without injury. The dwelling was also a home day care. The adult resident discovered the fire and promptly alerted all occupants. A total of seven children were home, 2 were the family’s and 5 were day care

Maryland NRP officers find two bodies missing from boating mishaps on Chesapeake; three died overall

ANNAPOLIS, MD. — 07/17/2014 — Maryland Natural Resources Police officers Tuesday recovered the bodies of two men missing since the weekend.

At about 8:30 a.m., officers found the body of Daniel Isaac Lugo, 18, of Quarryville, Pa., at the mouth of the Susquehanna River, where it empties into the Chesapeake Bay.

Lugo had been swimming with family members Sunday afternoon in the shallow waters of an area known as Susquehanna Flats, when the family’s boat began to drift away. As Lugo went to retrieve the vessel, he began to flounder and call for help.

His stepfather jumped from the boat into the water and was able to grab Lugo’s shirt collar, but could not hold on.

Officers employed side-scan sonar to search Sunday evening and all day Monday. Shortly after resuming the search Tuesday morning, they located Lugo’s body.

Illegal immigrant living in Frederick charged with solicting child sex online from St. Mary’s cop

In May of 2014, a detective from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office, Vice/Narcotics Division, was contacted by Hermegildo Escamilla-Granados (Age 30 from Frederick, MD) after posting a non-sexual advertisement on a classified-based website commonly viewed by sexual offenders. The undercover officer, who posed as a 16 year old female, exchanged numerous emails with Escamilla-Granados for several weeks.

During the course of the email exchanges, Escamilla-Granados solicited the undercover officer to engage in sexual intercourse for U.S. currency, requested the undercover officer send him nude photographs, and sent a photograph of his genitalia to the officer.

Second union official sent to prison for intimidation and extortion

In the summer of 2005, Eddy, Local 17 President and Business Manager Mark Kirsch, Organizer James Minter, and other Local 17 members, carried out a campaign of violence and intimidation against Earth Tech in an effort to force the company to sign a collective bargaining agreement. This campaign caused Earth Tech to incur about $200,000 in additional expenses to secure the site from acts of sabotage.

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Eddy was one of 12 officers and members of Local 17 arrested and charged in this case. Six defendants pleaded guilty, President Mark Kirsch was convicted at trial, four were acquitted at trial, and charges are pending against the twelfth defendant.

Four indicted in hate spree included one murder; six already pleaded guilty in Mississippi

WASHINGTON—Acting Assistant Attorney General Jocelyn Samuels for the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division and U.S. Attorney Gregory K. Davis for the Southern District of Mississippi announced today that a federal grand jury has indicted John Louis Blalack, 20, of Brandon, Mississippi, Sarah Adelia Graves, 21, of Crystal Springs, Mississippi, Robert Henry Rice, 23, of Brandon, and Shelbie Brooke Richards, 20, of Pearl, Mississippi, for their alleged roles in a conspiracy to commit federal hate crimes against African-American people in Jackson, Mississippi.

Blalack, Graves and Richards are additionally charged with a racially motivated hate crime resulting in the death of a victim run over by a truck. Blalack and Rice are charged with two additional racially motivated hate crimes involving alleged assaults, and with carrying a firearm in relation to one of those assaults. Graves and Richards are additionally charged with soliciting others to commit hate crimes against African-Americans, and Graves is charged with making false statements to the FBI. Defendants Deryl Paul Dedmon, 20; John Aaron Rice, 19; Dylan Wade Butler, 21; William Kirk Montgomery, 23; Jonathan Kyle Gaskamp, 20; and Joseph Dominick, 22, all from Brandon, have previously entered guilty pleas in connection with their roles in these offenses. hate spree

Two Germantown Md. men involved in child porn ring; Florida man gets life sentence for child sex abuse

Through the investigation, law enforcement obtained computer hard drives that belonged to two of the group’s members, Mark J. Newton and Peter Truong, who were sentenced to serve 40 years in prison and 30 years in prison, respectively, for their crimes.

Forensic examination of the hard drives yielded images and videos of boys being sexually abused.
Revay was a member of that online chat group.

In 1997, Revay and Truong were living together in an apartment in Germantown, Maryland, where they enticed a then-12-year-old child to come to their apartment. They sexually abused the victim on numerous occasions and took pictures and videos of the abuse.
On March 19, 2013, as part of the investigation, law enforcement officers executed a federal search warrant at Revay’s residence in Oakland Park, Florida.

Southern Md. Police Beat: Two masked gunmen rob Bryans Road Shell at 9 am to start the robbing work day

You can help! Call if you recognize them or the gold car they were in!
On July 14 at 9:17 a.m., two masked men walked into the Bryans Road Shell gas station at 6985 Indian Head Highway in Bryans Road, pulled guns and demanded money from the station’s clerks and customers who were inside.

No one was hurt and the suspects fled, possibly in a gold colored car. masked gunmen.