Dangerous Drug Dealer on Motorcycle Led Posse of Deputies on High-Speed Chase Before Attempting to Illegally Enter Trunk of Squad Car
PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — Hell hath no fury like a PG County drug dealer on an unregistered bike with no insurance, no permit and nothing to lose due to being a loser of the human race in all respects. The lives that this biker endangered, other than his own, are numerous. This report is yet another story from the Naked City.
Calvert County Sheriff’s Capt. Todd Ireland reports that on August 27, 2016, Calvert County Sheriff’s Office’s Dfc Gott observed a motorcycle traveling at an extremely high rate of speed southbound on Rt. 4. Dfc. Gott clocked the vehicles speed with his agency issued radar at 106 MPH in the posted 55 miles per hour zone. The motorcycle was splitting traffic, making unsafe lane changes and driving on the center line between vehicles in the area of Rt. 4 and Ball Rd. Dfc. Gott and other units attempted to catch up to the motorcycle to get it stopped. Dfc. Trigg was in the area and located the vehicle still operating recklessly on Rt. 4 near Parran Rd. The motorcycle made a U-turn and began travelling north on Rt. 4 at an extremely high rate of speed. Dfc. Trigg activated his emergency equipment and notified the Control Center that he was engaged in a vehicle pursuit. The motorcycle continued north at over 100 MPH while splitting traffic and passing vehicles.
Sgt. Basham and other units stopped traffic at Rt. 4 and Old Field Lane to prevent the motorcycle from travelling into the congestion of Prince Frederick.
Police say that as the motorcycle approached the area where traffic was shut down, the operator made an abrupt U-Turn and began travelling south on Rt. 4. The units that had been pursuing the motorcycle were south of the intersection of Old Field Lane and were able to get in front of the motorcycle to get it stopped. Dfc. Trigg and Dfc. Gott attempted to slow the motorcycle by conducting a rolling road block in both lanes of southbound Rt. 4.
The motorcycle attempted to pass the marked patrol units by driving into the median strip. When the motorcycle entered the soft grassy median, the driver lost control and was ejected from the motorcycle. When the driver was ejected his body struck the trunk of Dfc. Gott’s patrol vehicle causing minor damage to the CCSO patrol car. The driver was taken into custody and subsequently transported to Calvert Memorial Hospital to receive medical treatment.
The motorcycle operator was identified as 33-year-old Dennis Deonte Green of 3916 Sunflower Circle, Mitchellville, Md.
Green’s privilege to drive in the State of Maryland was suspended and the motorcycle he was operating was unregistered and uninsured. Green was charged with numerous payable traffic violations as well as several must appear violations to include fleeing and eluding and driving with a suspended license.
Green admitted in Prince Georges County Circuit Court that he is a drug dealer and had been in possession of drugs with the intent to sell them for as much money as he could get for them from the hopeless morons of Maryland.
Among the slew of traffic charges assessed to Green was one for doing 112 m.p.h. in a 55 mph speed zone.
The real reason for Green to have fled from the cops may have been to ditch the drugs he might have been carrying. On April 27, 2010, Green admitted in Prince Georges County Circuit Court that he is a drug dealer and had been in possession of drugs with the intent to sell them for as much money as he could get for them from the hopeless morons of Maryland.
Court records show that on May 26, 2010, Green was sent to the Maryland prison system in a plea deal with Prince Georges County States Attorney Angela Alsobrooks. The sentence was for five years with all but two years suspended.
Why the States Attorney would agree to a suspended sentence is explained only by the fact that liberal bozo legislators populate the Maryland General Assembly and liberal Governors like Martin O’Malley, and Paris Glendening has appointed liberal Judges and incompetent prosecutors like Alsobrooks are elected by voters all wishing to see crime continue to run rampant in their community.
The Alice in Wonderland Judicial system provided a deal for Green just two years earlier, again for dealing drugs. On Sept. 19, 2008, Green withdrew his not guilty plea and said he was guilty to dealing drugs. On Nov. 13, 2008, Circuit Court Judge Nicholas E. Rattal (appointed by Gov. Martin O’Malley) sent this drug dealer off to Drug Court, which ought to have given him and his bozo drug dealing buddies a good laugh. Judge Rattal, a former public defender, who has been on the bench since 2007, wanted to see if Green would “qualify” for Drug Court. On Jan. 15, 2009, Judge Lamasney sent Green to prison for five years but immediately suspended all of the sentence and put him on probation for five years.