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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Cross-dressing bank robber wore the latest in bank robbing fashion; nabbed at the No-tell Motel

The Case of the Cross-Dressing Bank Robber

FEMALE DISGUISE FAILS TO FOIL POLICE – CECIL CO. BANK ROBBERY SUSPECT ARRESTED

RISING SUN, MD. July 25, 2014 — A Delaware man was charged by the Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Division after being accused of dressing up as a woman and holding up a bank branch here Wednesday, July 23, 2014.

Kent Hunt Buckson, 34, of the 600 block of Lochaven Court in the Bear community near Newark, was charged with armed robbery, robbery, theft: $10,000 under $100,000, first-degree assault and second-degree assault late Thursday. He is accused of robbing the National Penn Bank branch robbery at 5 Maple Heights Lane in Rising Sun the day before. Buckson was taken into custody without incident by detectives from the Delaware State Police – Troop 2 shortly after 9 a.m. at the Rodeway Inn on South College Avenue in Newark, DE.

Beltway Crime Beat: Gregory Evans says he’s guilty of armed robbery; FBI seeks his laughing cohort

According to Evans’ plea agreement, on January 22, 2014, Evans and others robbed a store in the 4100 block of Southern Avenue in Capitol Heights, Maryland. Evans and a co-conspirator forced a store employee at gunpoint to open the cash register. While Evans was taking the money from the cash register, his co-conspirator placed a gun to the head of a second victim and stole $785 from the victim’s pockets.

A little over an hour later, Evans and two co-conspirators entered a liquor store located in the 3300 block of Walters Lane in District Heights, Maryland. Evans brandished a black handgun, jumped over the counter, pointed the gun at store employees and ordered the employees to lay on the ground. A second conspirator brandished a silver handgun and stood by the front door. A third, unidentified co-conspirator jumped the counter and removed money from a cash register. Evans then pointed the gun at one of the employees and ordered the employee to open another cash register. Evans then took the money from that register, opened another cash register and removed money from that register as well. Evans and the co-conspirators then left the liquor store, got into a van and fled the area.

Guilty pleas to food stamp fraud from eight of ten Maryland store owners who were indicted in 2013

According to the indictment to which he pleaded guilty, Nagi owned and operated New York Deli and Grocery, located at 1207 West Baltimore Street, in Baltimore. Through the store, Nagi participated in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), previously known as the Food Stamp Program. In Maryland, the program provides eligible individuals with an electronic benefit transfer (EBT) card called the Independence Card, which operates like a debit card. Recipients obtain EBT cards through the state Department of Human Resources, then use the EBT card to purchase approved food items from participating retailers.

Nagi knew that it was a violation of SNAP regulations to trade cash for SNAP benefits. Nevertheless, from February 2011 through May 2013, Nagi exchanged SNAP benefits for cash at less than face value of the EBT benefits, in violation of the food stamp program rules. Typically, Nagi and kept up to 50 percent of the benefits for himself. To avoid detection, Nagi often debited funds in multiple transactions within minutes of each other. As a result of these illegal cash transactions, Nagi admitted that he obtained more than $1.2 million for food sales that never occurred.

Queen Anne’s County Drug Trafficker Warren Troy Gibson Jr. Exiled to Nine Years in Prison

According to his plea agreement, from June through August 23, 2012, Gibson conspired with others to distribute and possess with intent to distribute cocaine hydrochloride and cocaine base in Queen Anne’s County, Maryland. Gibson helped distribute cocaine and other drugs, and made drug deals on the phone in cooperation with his coconspirators. On August 23, 2012, law enforcement officers executed a search warrant at a residence and stash location partly maintained by Gibson, and seized quantities of powder cocaine.

It was reasonably foreseeable to Gibson that between 500 grams and two kilograms of cocaine would be distributed to others during the conspiracy.

Attention Criminals: cops don’t try to wing you when you are wielding a deadly weapon — that takes place in the movies!

Detectives from the Montgomery County Police Major Crimes Division are continuing to investigate the officer-involved shooting that occurred on July 22, inside the Capital One Bank located at 8740 Arliss Street in Silver Spring.

Two officers responded to a trespassing call at the bank at 11:54 Tuesday morning. The involved 3rd District officers are Officer Michael Damskey with less than one year of service with the department and Officer Marcus Lee with less than two years of service with the department. It has been confirmed that only one shot was fired and that it was fired by Officer Damskey.

Doctor Death: former chief of med at Stafford Hospital charged with dishing out oxy and killing one patient

The former chief of medicine at Stafford Hospital in Virginia was indicted by a federal grand jury for operating an illegal prescription drug mill that resulted in the death of at least one person, and seriously damaging the health of two others who had non-fatal overdoses on drugs such as oxycodone, Oxycontin and morphine.

Video from Eastern Shore Campground Death Storm; Tornado Confirmed, 3 Dead

A tornado touched down in Cherrystone Family Camping Resort in Cape Charles, Virginia on Thursday morning, according to the Northampton County Sheriff’s Office.

The Eastville Volunteer Fire Department confirms three people are dead
Death storm.

Evil Step-sons: Maryland cops charge Alishawaine R. Monk and Willy Woodberry with murder; cohort is eleven-year-old boy

The victim is identified as Vincent M. Robertson, 47, of the unit block of Green Lane, Port Deposit, Md. Robertson was found dead in his home when emergency medical services personnel responded there for what was reported to be a medical call on the morning of February 17, 2014. After what appeared to be a gunshot wound was observed, Maryland State Police were called and the State Police Homicide Unit initiated an investigation.

An autopsy conducted by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner determined the victim had died from gunshot wounds. His death was ruled a homicide.

The victim lived in the residence with his wife and her five sons. An intense and extensive investigation led by the Maryland State Police Homicide Unit developed evidence that implicated three of the five sons in Robertson’s murder. Evidence was presented to the Cecil County state’s attorney for review and he approved charges for the three suspects. A specific motive for the murder remains unclear at this time.

Prince William Police Beat: Puppy Killer – Breaking up was fatal for couple’s pets; animal cruelty

At that point, the victim stated she witnessed the accused use a kitchen knife to stab her dog. Officers checked the home and located an adult male pit bull deceased with a stab wound to its back.

Police Officers also located two, 2-week old pit bull puppies, one of which was also deceased and the other was critically injured. Both puppies appeared to have sustained blunt force trauma.

The injured puppy was immediately taken to an area animal hospital for treatment.

Lexington Park: Hobos & Hookers report exposes need for police – hobos pick-up horseshoe tournament

LEXINGTON PARK, MD. — St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron has his Hobos & Hooker Squad on the job in Sin City.

Police report that on July 22, 2014, Deputy Al Beishline observed Anthony Charles Wright, 45, of Lexington Park, on the property of St. Mary’s Square after having been served a no trespass notice for the property. Wright was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with Trespass Private Property.