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Daily Archives: March 24, 2015

MOOK DAY, LALA, BUTT JUICE, FLATLINE, LITTLE HEAD and more in the bozo line of Up ‘da Hill Gang on Fast Track for Up ‘de River!

◾According to the superseding indictment, the members of UDH were part of a racketeering enterprise and protected their power, territory and profits through the use of violence, threats of violence, intimidation, robbery, narcotics trafficking and obstruction of justice. The superseding indictment alleges that UDH members have also committed murders, attempted murders, assaults, carjackings, obstruction of justice and robberies. Specifically, the superseding indictment alleges that, beginning in 2004, UDH members committed six murders of rival gang members and/or drug dealers, and shot nine other individuals. In addition, the superseding indictment alleges that members of UDH committed home invasion, street and bank robberies in order to fund their narcotics activities.

Jersey chopper pilot takes controlled dip into Chesapeake at Taylors Island; he and passenger walk to shore

(TAYLORS ISLAND, MD) – According to the Maryland State Police, Maryland state troopers on the scene of a crash of a chopper from New Jersey are reporting there were no injuries to the two people on board a private helicopter that landed in the water just off the Dorchester County shore late this afternoon.

Lance Fridley faces new poaching charges in oyster sanctuary while court cases are pending for prior pirate poaching; Maryland officials simply look stupid and powerless to stop poaching

Outlaw Watermen Busted by DNR Cops; Pirates Allegedly Caught Red-handed Poaching Sanctuaries & Cheating on Rules

(Editor’s Note: A few outlaw Maryland watermen, who are in the distinct minority of those who work the water to make a living – have extensive criminal records and are seldom in thin ice when it comes to being prosecuted. This review of the records of four recently charged with violations of DNR rules and Maryland law are as follows: Explanations of some of the cases involving one waterman have been provided by Somerset County States Attorney Daniel Powell.)

Saturation patrols, surveillance and tips from the public led to oyster poaching charges being filed by Maryland Natural Resources Police officers against four Eastern Shore watermen over the holiday period.