By Ken Rossignol
THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY
BALTIMORE, MD. – Baltimore Police arrested Jason Demetrice Armstrong, 29, of 2910 Shirley Ave. in Baltimore, Md., on multiple counts of firearms and drug violations after he was caught entering a Baltimore City Police station with a loaded gun and drugs.
Armstrong told police he was forced to carry out the scouting for the infamous prison gang Black Guerilla Family, which has been running Baltimore’s prisons under the O’Malley Administration for the past eight years.
The Black Guerilla Family began in prisons in California and has networked among the most violent criminals in America in the past ten years.
In Maryland, the gang’s activities have included running drug distribution and ordering murders from within the prison and with the assistance of prison guards. Prison guards have been active sex partners with inmates and provided the inmates with drugs, weapons and cell phones.
The Maryland prisons became so corrupted that a federal task force had to be formed to attempt to bring the crime in the prisons under control and has resulted in dozens of arrests and convictions.
With the attack on the New York City Police Officers which left two dead on Dec. 20th and yet another attack on two NYPD officers on Jan. 6th, along with the murders of police officers across the nation, the significance of this scouting operation by the BGF can’t be underestimated.
FROM THE BALTIMORE SUN
Baltimore police officers are on heightened alert after they disarmed a man who took a loaded handgun into a police station on Tuesday.
Police said Jason Armstrong, 29, told them he was acting on orders of the Black Guerrilla Family gang.
They said he walked into the Northeastern District station on Argonne Drive near Morgan State University shortly before 9 a.m. smelling of marijuana. Officers searched him and found a .22-caliber handgun with a bullet in the chamber, and marijuana and cocaine, they said.
Police said he told officers he had been ordered by BGF leaders to walk into a police district station with the gun and drugs to test police security.
“We’re really lucky for a person to walk into a police station fully armed and loaded with drugs on him that we didn’t end up in a terrible situation,” Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts said Tuesday…..MORE