Monthly Archives: April 2015

Southern Md. Police Beat: Who took off with the wood chipper while the wood chipper watchman was sawing wood?

Enrick A. Bellosi, 50, of Dunkirk, was charged with possession of Oxycodone in an amount to indicate an intent to distribute, possession of Alprazolam, and possession of Zolpidem. The passenger in the vehicle, Tina D. Shaner, 47, also of Dunkirk, was charged with possession of Amphetamine Salts in an amount to indicate an intent to distribute, possession of Amphetamine Salts, possession of Methadone and possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia; a glass smoking device.

Over 3500 police and troops gird for riot zone visit by Sharpton and May Day anarchists for the weekend in Baltimore

◾National Guardsmen: 2,500 authorized on duty;
◾Maryland State Police: 576 State Troopers and other allied law enforcement officers including officers from Montgomery, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Howard, Prince George’s, and Harford counties;
◾300 law enforcement from Pennsylvania and 150 from New Jersey;

Howard County Police Beat: Cops Nab Gang of Three in Market Robbery

While responding to the scene, a patrol officer observed a vehicle with occupants that matched the suspect description given by a reporting party and conducted a traffic stop in the Walmart parking lot. Officers took the driver and two occupants into custody. A fourth occupant fled the scene.

Metro Police identify thug sought for assault of elderly man at Metro station

The assault occurred shortly after 1 p.m., Friday, April 24, 2015. The victim reported that he was shoved by the suspect as they exited a train at Eastern Market Station. A verbal altercation ensued. As the victim and suspect exited the station, at the top of the platform escalator, the suspect can be seen on surveillance video spitting on the victim, and then punching him three times. The victim was taken to a hospital for treatment of injuries resulting from the attack.

Hillbilly Poaching Pirates: Rogue Hunters Give New Meaning to the tune: “Jimmy Cracked Corn”

WESTERN MARYLAND — Some of those out to hunt wild turkeys in Western Maryland are headed for court and will likely be paying big fines for showing that they are allegedly a bunch of cheats who refused to abide by the rules and regulations of hunting season. Perhaps they will find better values in the meat section of the local grocery store or by simply visiting one of the many Maryland turkey farms to buy a turkey. One can count on the cost per pound in the grocery store will be less than the cost per pound of the fines laid down by the court.