DWI HIT PARADE: Grandzealous Gray Overzealous for Gray Goose; Fled Crash Scene Like A Yellow Duck
Bozo drunk driver from Country Lakes had a child in the pickup with half the front end falling off
HUGHESVILLE, MD. – Richard Grandzealous Gray has racked up another DWI arrest, this time with a child in his pickup. Gray has a record of not caring much if children are belted in when he is driving and he apparently doesn’t care if he is belted either or if has belted down a few before driving.
Maryland State Police in LaPlata report that on Saturday, March 10, 2018, at approximately 6 pm, the Maryland State Police La Plata Barrack broadcast a lookout for a hit and run single vehicle collision involving a black Chevrolet Silverado that occurred in the area of Route 5 and Old Leonardtown Rd, Hughesville, Charles County, Maryland.
Corporal W. Jefferson was on patrol in the area with Trooper A. Sabock. They observed the lookout vehicle which had a significant front end and rear end damage. A traffic stop was conducted at the Shell gas station at the corner of Route 5 and Mattawoman Beantown Road.
Contact was made with the driver, identified as Richard Grandzealous Gray, 42, of 26280 Yowaiski Mill Road, Mechanicsville, Md.
Police say that Corporal Jefferson detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from the vehicle.
Police: a minor child in the backseat who was not properly restrained by a child safety seat and suffered a head injury as a result of the collision.
Corporal Jefferson had Gray exit the vehicle and noticed a minor child in the backseat who was not properly restrained by a child safety seat and suffered a head injury as a result of the collision. EMS responded and transported the child to CMRC for treatment. Department of Social Services was contacted.
Gray was arrested and charged with the following: (Driving, Attempting to Drive) Vehicle While Impaired by Alcohol While Transporting a Minor and Failure to Immediately Return and Remain at Scene of Accident Involving Bodily Injury.
To add insult to injury to the citizens of Maryland that Gray took a chance on killing in his alleged drunken joyride, he applied to have a free taxpayer-provided attorney from the public defender’s office to represent him. The effort was denied, according to court records. He can pay for his own lawyer, like perhaps The Gunslinger Lawyer, Kevin J. McDevitt, who will have some heavy lifting to keep this alleged dirtbag from doing serious jail time.
Gray entered a guilty plea in a plea deal with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz to DWI on Sept. 15, 2009, when he was arrested by Maryland State Police Sgt. Jeffrey Linger on July 4, 2009, as he drove a 1987 Jeep on Rt. 235 at Wildewood Blvd. in California, Md. THE DEAL: A sentence of one year in jail with nine months suspended and a fine of $407.50. The deal with Fritz was made by Gray’s attorney, Dan Slade of Leonardtown.
DEADHEADS REPORT: Pair of alleged pot-smoking dopers were packing pills
WALDORF, MD. – The Maryland State Police in LaPlata reports that on Friday, March 9, 2018, at 12:14 am, TFC K. Jeans was on patrol in the Bannister Circle neighborhood, Waldorf, Charles County, Maryland. TFC Jeans passed Reeves Place and observed a suspicious vehicle parked on the side of the road with its engine running. TFC Jeans made contact with the driver of the Chevrolet Suburban, who was identified as Antwon Joseph Robinson, 45, from Washington DC, and his passenger Kevin Lamont Pritchett, 38, from Waldorf, MD. TFC Jean detected a strong odor of Marijuana emitting from the vehicle. Additional units were requested, and a probable cause search was conducted and revealed suspected marijuana, 15 suspected Acetaminophen and Oxycodone Hydrochloride pills, and paraphernalia. Robinson was arrested and charged with drug Possess-Not Marijuana.
HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL Speeding, Possession of a Stolen Gun, and Dealing Smack Charges for Dominic Cambridge
Heroin laced with Fentanyl
BRYANS ROAD, MD. – Someone obviously never told this alleged drug dealer to be home and ready for bed by 8 pm. Instead, Dominic Cambridge was reportedly doing all the wrong things. Speeding on a Maryland highway after midnight when cops are out looking for drunk drivers is not smart for a bozo who is a fugitive from Prince George’s County. It went downhill from there.
Maryland State Police report that on Friday, March 9, 2018, at approximately 12:24 p.m., TFC J. Oleksak was conducting stationary speed enforcement on northbound Maryland Route 210 at Downs Drive, Bryans Road, Charles County, Maryland.
TFC Oleksak observed a red Ford F-150 which appeared to be traveling above the posted 50 mph speed limit. Utilizing his agency LIDAR speed measuring device, TFC Oleksak obtained a speed of 64 mph on the red Ford.
Police say that TFC Oleksak conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and made contact with the operator who was identified as Dominic Joseph Cambridge, 24, of 2435 Gerard Court, Bryans Road, Md.
According to police, upon making contact with Cambridge, TFC Oleksak detected the strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle. TFC Oleksak requested Cambridge exit the vehicle so a probable cause search could be conducted.
The search revealed a loaded handgun that was reported stolen from Virginia, suspected Heroin laced with Fentanyl and suspected Marijuana in sufficient quantity to indicate an Intent to Distribute. Also, a computer check of Cambridge revealed Cambridge had an open warrant through the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office for failure to appear in court. Cambridge was placed under arrest and charged with the following: speeding, possession with the intent to sell heroin, traveling with a loaded stolen gun and all-around failure to do good.
Now, what are the chances that a guy charged with selling heroin to all the local junkies in Charles County could post a $50,000 bond that was set by a Judge? From examining court records, it appears that Cambridge not only wants a free taxpayer provided public defender, but he also posted the $50,000 bond on March 15, 2018, and he was out of jail as free as a bird.
Packing Pot While Yakking on Cell Gains a Cell
WHITE PLAINS, MD. – Maryland State Police report that on Friday, March 9, 2018, at 5:14 pm, Trooper Justin Lee was traveling southbound Route 301 north of Demarr Road, White Plains, Charles County, Maryland when he observed the driver of a Bronze Nissan Maxima using a handheld device while operating a motor vehicle.
Trooper Lee stopped the vehicle and made contact with the driver, who was identified as, Carlos Mauricio Valle, 35, of 6900 Cedar Grove Road, Welcome, Maryland, when he detected the strong odor of Marijuana emitting from the vehicle.
A probable cause search of the vehicle was conducted which revealed over 10 grams of suspected Marijuana and paraphernalia. Valle was placed under arrest and charged packing enough pot to send him to the hoosegow.