Daily Archives: August 13, 2014

Board of Public Works passes out millions for development rights for land unlikely to have ever been developed….follow the money

Maryland’s Rural Legacy Program provides funding to preserve large tracts of forestry and agricultural land and natural resources, and for environmental protection while sustaining land for natural resource-based industries. Enacted by the General Assembly in 1997, Maryland’s Rural Legacy Program has to date provided over $249 million to protect approximately 78,000 acres of valuable farmland, forests, and natural areas. The 11-member Rural Legacy Advisory Committee and the Rural Legacy Board, which is comprised of Maryland’s Agriculture, Natural Resources and Planning Secretaries, reviews grant applications annually

Beltway Bandits: armed robbers sweep through Prince Georges convenience stores

Robbery detectives are also working to identify these two suspects and the SUV seen in the above photos. The two men are wanted in connection with a convenience store robbery in the 3700 block of Hamilton Street on August 10, 2014. The vehicle is described as a black Jeep Grand Cherokee with gray a bumper and trim with unknown Washington DC tags and chrome rims. If you have information on where we can find either the suspects or the SUV, please call 301-772-4905.

ATF’s Most Wanted Man – FAT BOY!

Larry A. CHAMBERLIN is wanted on an outstanding warrant for violations of conditions of his release prior to trial. CHAMBERLIN is charged with being an armed career criminal in of possession of firearms, being an unlawful user of marijuana in possession of firearms and manufacturing marijuana. Case 06-05056-01-CR-SW-RED; pursuant to a court order charging CHAMBERLIN with a violation of 18 USC 3148. CHAMBERLIN was previously indicted in the same case for violations of 18 USC 922(g)(1) & (3)/924(e) – Felon (Armed Career Criminal)/Unlawful Drug User in Possession of Firearms; 21 USC 841(a)(1)(D)/(b)(1)(D) – Manufacturing/Cultivating Marijuana.

Ocean City Police track down and arrest suspects in robbery of city bus driver

August 13, 2014) –Ocean City Police Major Crimes detectives, with assistance from the York County, PA United States Marshals Fugitive Task Force, have arrested three suspects involved in the robbery of a municipal bus driver in the early morning hours of June 14, 2014.

On June 14, at approximately 1 a.m., Ocean City police responded to an assault that had already occurred at Worcester Street and Baltimore Avenue on a municipal bus. Officers determined that three male subjects boarded the bus and a verbal altercation ensued with the bus driver. As the argument escalated, the suspects assaulted the bus driver, robbed him of several bus tickets and fled the scene. The bus driver was treated on scene by Ocean City EMS and transported to Atlantic General Hospital for non-life threatening injuries.

Navy Military Sealift Command Contractor Pleads Guilty to Bribery and Conspiracy

At his plea hearing, Miserendino admitted that he solicited and accepted regular cash bribes, as well as other things of value, from two Chesapeake, Virginia contracting companies, referred to as Company A and Company B in court documents, in exchange for providing favorable treatment to those companies in connection with U.S. government contract work. More specifically, Miserendino admitted that he accepted $3,000 in cash bribes per month from various employees at Company A, including co-conspirators Dwayne A. Hardman, Roderic J. Smith, Michael P. McPhail, and Adam C. White. Miserendino also admitted that he, along with Toy, accepted a cash bribe payment of $50,000 in May 2009, from Company B’s founders, Hardman and Timothy S. Miller.

Anne Arundel Police Beat: Big Guy Went for Gold; Bandit Opted for Booze with Store’s Cash

Cops seek MR. BIG in jewelry store heist

Pasadena, Md. — Anne Arundel County Police report on a big boost of jewelry from a Pasadena store and have launched a net to catch MR. BIG.

On August 11, 2014 at approximately 4:00 pm, officers responded to Sanders Jewelers located at 31 Magothy Beach Road in Pasadena, Maryland for a reported theft.

The pictured suspect, a white male approximately 6 foot tall, 300 pounds, glasses, tattoos, wearing tan shorts with a green waste management shirt and blue hat entered the business. The suspect asked permission to try on a 14 k yellow gold 8 inch Figaro bracelet. Once the male put the bracelet on, he fled the business without paying. Once outside, the suspect fled in an unknown direction.

Fredericksburg Police Beat: Security Camera Revealed Bozo Ripped Toilet Loose, Flooded Laundromat



Security Camera Revealed Bozo Ripped Toilet Loose, Flooded Laundromat

Hillcrest Coin Laundry, 2012 Lafayette Blvd, 8/8 2:00 a.m. A customer reported that he arrived at the business around 6:50 a.m. and found the building flooded. A check of the security camera showed a male subject entering the building around 2 a.m. through an unsecured door and moving out of camera range into the bathroom, where it was later discovered that the toilet had been forcibly removed from the floor. The suspect was a white male in his 30s with medium length blond hair and a dark colored ball cap. The investigation is ongoing.