Daily Archives: February 6, 2015

Dover Police Beat: Cops grab coke and cash; arrest Ronald Parker

DOVER, DEL. — According to Dover Police Cpl. Mark Hoffman, an alleged drug dealer was nabbed with a good day’s supply of cocaine and a pocket full of moola.

Officers from the Dover Police Department’s Drugs, Vice, and Organized Crime Unit and Safe Streets Unit reportedly arrested a Dover man in possession of 13.5 grams of crack cocaine. Officers contacted Ronald L. Parker, 56, in his vehicle in the area of Minima Street and West North Street in Dover.

Dover Police Beat: Dover’s Shoplifters for Feb. 5, 2015

The Dover Police Department responded to 15 shoplifting calls between Noon on January 29th and Noon on February 5th. Of those 15 shoplifting complaints, two were unfounded, 5 are still under investigation, and arrests were made/warrants obtained in 8 cases. A total of 8 adults were arrested or are wanted for shoplifting during this period, with one adult being caught twice (Kenneth Luke-Kohl’s x2).

Murder USA: The Rooster of Norris Road – Joseph Desales Thomas – Sought in Stabbing

GREAT MILLS, MD. — Joseph Desales Thomas, 51, of Great Mills is suspected by police of carving up a couple of his pals. The attempted murder took place at the Norris Road project just off Chancellors Run Road in Great Mills, Md.

Given his record at impregnating numerous women, at least four, according to court records, the sooner the cops find this guy and get him behind bars, the less of a danger to the taxpayers who have been paying to support his growing herd of kids roaming the hinterlands. Courts stopped forced sterilization decades ago therefore the only way to protect the taxpayers is to get this guy behind bars and hope he doesn’t knock up a jail guard such as takes place in the Maryland prisons in Baltimore.

Letter to the Editor: Cara Simpson got a plea deal to ditch her DUI arrest now she wants it all go to away so she can have a successful career

If and when you submit a 1,000 word essay apologizing the citizens of Maryland for driving while intoxicated on the highways upon which we all have to drive and explain how a family can get the name of a loved one killed by a drunk driver off of a tombstone; and IF the essay is worthy, it will be considered to deleting the information and replacing it with your apology.

Michael Bogoslavski charged with threatening to kill wife and others at U. S. Capitol Building

According to the affidavit supporting the complaint, on February 2, 2015, his wife who works in Senate Chaplin’s Office in the U.S. Capitol Building reported to U.S. Capitol Police that earlier in the day, the employee had received text messages from Bogoslavski stating that he was planning to come to the employee’s work place with guns and shoot the employee and others. While his wife was speaking with the Capitol Police, Bogoslavski called the employee’s cell phone and made additional threats to shoot others, and “to die suicide by cop.”