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Daily Archives: October 22, 2014

Maryland’s Black Plague of Heroin: 5th time customer appeared to buy more heroin was the charm for Timothy Michael Williams

BROOKLYN PARK, MD. — A man charged with selling heroin is now under arrest and will cause disappointment for his druggie customers who will now have to seek another merchant of death.

Anne Arundel County Police report that on October 21, 2014, detectives from Northern District’s Tactical Narcotics Team (TNT) and Tactical Patrol Unit (TPU) concluded an ongoing drug investigation. During the past month, undercover detectives began purchasing heroin from a suspect in the area of Church Street and 6th Avenue in Brooklyn/Brooklyn Park.

Coast Guard medevacs sailor from Navy ship in Atlantic

Coast Guard medevacs sailor from Navy ship in Atlantic – A Coast Guard MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew from Air Station Elizabeth City, N.C., medevacs a man from a U.S. Navy vessel off the Virginia coast, Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014. The man was taken to Portsmouth Naval Hospital, Va.

Senator Tommy Norment’s alleged dalliances with DUI client’s friends led to extortion attempt; senator called in the FBI

RICHMOND, VA. In a case which will likely be studied at law schools and in continuing education courses for attorneys at Bar Association Conventions (that is how they get to write off their taxes attendance at resorts) one Virginia lawyer has gone unnamed as the victim by federal prosecutors. That lawyer was promptly outed by a newspaper as Virginia State Sen. Thomas “Tommy” K. Norment of Williamsburg, Va..

The lawyer, referred to by the federal prosecutors only as (T.N.), having represented Christopher J. Burruss, a DUI driver in court, the relationship during and after the case progressing through New Kent County, Virginia courts, apparently led to allegations in an email extortion attempt of some serious socializing between the client, the lawyer and a couple of women.

The information provided by the FBI and the U.S. Attorney don’t give exact details of the involvement but the reader can rest assured the affair likely included a bar, politicians, booze, perhaps a motel room and well…you can just imagine an episode of a scandal-laden cable TV show like House of Cards and one might have the entire picture.

Maryland’s Own Maddoff: Patrick J. Belzner aka Patrick McCloskey pleads guilty massive investor fraud

Instead, Belzner admitted that he directed McCloskey to remove the investors’ funds soon after they had been deposited into the escrow account. Belzner and McCloskey then used the stolen funds to pay for their personal and business expenses, as well as to make partial repayments to earlier lenders, to pay fees to some of the victim investors to keep them from demanding the return of their money, and to pay the loan broker for its supposed work and expenses in attempting to locate financing sources.