SEVERNA PARK, MD. — Anne Arundel County Police report that a robbery was reported on July 22, 2014. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 17-year-old and 18-year-old male victims, who reported that they were in their vehicle and stopped their vehicle in a neighborhood when they were approached by two male suspects.
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The investigation revealed Mr. Mason and Bashunn Phillips were known to each other. In October of 2013, an issue developed where Bashunn Phillips and Mr. Mason were involved in an altercation. As a result of the altercation, Bashunn Phillips was charged and was awaiting a court date. The murder of Mr. Mason occurred within weeks before the case was supposed to go to trial. After the murder, evidence was obtained in which Tymaine Phillips, Bashunn Phillips’ brother, attempted to secrete evidence from law enforcement authorities.
— The Salisbury Police Department is attempting to reduce the amount of shoplifting that is occurring in our local commercial businesses.
Some dangerous criminals are dangerously stupid on top of being crooked. The Salisbury Police are now on the lookout for two men who robbed an AT&T store at gunpoint and cleaned out a large supply of expensive cell phones. Those who buy these hot phones will run into real problems when they try to connect them to service. At that point, it is likely that those who have been ripped off by the criminals will then in turn, turn them into police.
On July 15, 2014 at approximately 6:08 P.M. officers of the Salisbury Police Department responded to AT&T Wireless, located at 105 W. Ruark Dr., for a report of an armed robbery. The investigation revealed that two suspects entered the store and displayed a handgun before ordering employees and customers to the employee lounge. The suspects then demanded access to the inventory room and stole an undetermined number of Apple iPhone 5s and Samsung Galaxy S5 cell phones.
The conspirators typically operated under a particular business name for six to 12 months until the business was either disqualified from the FedBid marketplace or burdened with lawsuits or liens. The conspirators then continued the scheme under a newly-registered business name. The conspirators initially used their true names and addresses to register their businesses, but later attempted to conceal their true identities by using aliases.
From December 2007 to March 2013, Johnson and co-conspirator Larayne Whitehead received at least 144 bank deposits from governmental agencies totaling approximately $2,321,058.95 of which $426,376.99 was reasonably foreseeable to Johnson. The scheme involved between 10 and 50 business victims.
Larayne Whitehead, age 35, also of Clinton, Maryland, previously pleaded guilty to her participation in the conspiracy and has agreed to forfeit $2,393,579 and a car. Whitehead is scheduled to be sentenced on August 18, 2014.
Baltimore County Police report that at 4:58 p.m. Sunday afternoon, (July 20, 2014) Baltimore County Police and Fire units responded to the unit block of Windermere Court 21117 for a report of a stabbing. Upon arriving at the scene, officers found an adult male victim in a vehicle suffering from a stab wound to the upper body.
The victim was transported to an area hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries
Budd’s Creek, Maryland – on July 22, 2014 at 12:45 PM, deputies responded to the Maryland International Raceway for an accident involving a motorcyclist.
Preliminary investigation revealed the operator of a racing motorcycle, identified as 21 year old Aaron Slemkez, was participating in a training session on an access road behind the drag-strip when he lost control and struck a cement barrier.
Ocean City Police Beat: in spite of plenty of buses and taxis, Robert Wilson Gilroy decided to drive DUI
Gilroy, Robert Wilson (W /M/24) Arrest on charge of (driving, Attempting To Drive while under the influence (M), at 13900 Coastal Hwy, Ocean City, MD, on 7/22/2014, Driver Failure To Stop At Stop Sign Line at 13900 Coastal Hwy, Ocean City, on 7/22/2014. Jacobs, D by Officer D. B. Jacobs
Not knowing when he was given a break and not arrested on the spot for driving on a suspended driver’s license, this driver tempted fate and angered the Gods of Common Sense and landed in the slammer. Police report that on 7/14/14 at 6:40 am, Trooper Palumbo stopped a vehicle on Lower Marlboro Rd. in Huntingtown for traffic violations. Stephen P. Miller, 44 of Huntingtown, 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, Trooper Palumbo observed Miller driving past. He was arrested for failing to obey a lawful order. He was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.