Daily Archives: January 23, 2015

Dodge City Update: Sydney Strain charged in Lexington Park gunfire rampage

Sydney Strain Charged with Lexington Park Gunfire Rampage

LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports the arrest of local thug Sydney Strain, the second suspect in the gangland style series of shootings which had the Lexington Park area on pins and needles for several days. While Sydney is a really sissy name for an aspiring hoodlum, his street cred for allegedly being involved in a series of shooting may result in him being able to obtain a new nickname if and when he goes into the Maryland prison system. Maybe he will be able to get good nickname like “Spike” or “Fifty-Nine Cents” or even “Ghetto-Blaster”!

The wild-west Anacostia and Baltimore ghetto-type of shootings resulted in the deployment of most of the Sheriff’s Department into the Great Mills, California and Lexington Park communities for several days.

Maryland Police Beat: Gerald Campbell hit by gunfire; flown to trauma unit

The victim is identified as Gerald Campbell, 42, of Frederick. He was transported by medevac to the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center where he is being treated for his injuries

Northern Virginia Police Beat: Road Rage Erupts in Exchange of Bird-Flipping and Gunfire in Suburbia Shoot-‘em-Up!

Road Rage Erupts in Exchange of Bird-Flipping and Gunfire in Suburbia Shoot-‘em-Up!

LEESBURG, VA. — Loudoun County law officers are looking for a badly behaving black male who police say was at the wheel of green sedan on Center City Boulevard near Country Side. Police say that the sedan began tailgating another vehicle and then pulled up alongside that car and began shouting at the motorist.

After the customary exchange of the finger between both drivers the two motorists continued westbound on Rt. 7 when the motorist who had been tailgated heard loud noises consistent with gunfire, which ought to be familiar enough to anyone who lives in one of the states with strict gun laws.

U. S. Marshal News Beat: report on fugitives found, dealers done, killer caught

Murder Suspect Finally in U.S. Custody After Nearly a Decade on the Run

01/22/2015 10:48 PM EST

January 22, 2015 – After nearly a decade on the run, murder suspect Eduardo Estrada-Garcia is finally back on U.S. soil to face his charges. The U.S. Marshals Service South West Investigative Fugitive Team task force took custody of Estrada-Garcia after he was extradited from Mexico.

MURDER USA: Body found riddled with bullet wounds in Laurel

Police report that a reward of up to $25,000 is available for someone to rat out the killer.

Police say that at about 3:45 pm PG Police patrol officers responded to a call in the 8200 block of Imperial Drive for the report of shooting. When they arrived, the officers found a dead man who had been shot to death.

Frederick Police Beat: Colton James Knestout had pockets full of heroin and cocaine, say police

Frederick Police Arrest Man for Crack Cocaine and Heroin

FREDERICK, MD. Frederick Police reports that they have arrested a man on an open warrant that was in possession of a deadly assortment of drugs.

Police report that on Jan. 22, 2015, officers of the Frederick Police Department’s Street Crimes Team observed a suspicious vehicle in the area of the 1200 block of Littlebrook Drive, in Frederick City.