MURDER USA: #41 – Cops: Drug Dealer Shamar Poole was killed by Anthony Alston and body dumped and set afire on East Belvedere;  Sammie Carroll charged with the murder of mortgage con-man Andreas Tamaris

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MURDER USA: #41 – Cops: Drug Dealer Shamar Poole was killed by Anthony Alston on Glenhaven and body dumped and set afire on East Belvedere;  Sammie Carroll charged with the murder of mortgage con-man Andreas Tamaris

Anthony Ray Alston charged with the murder of drug dealer Shamar Poole

BALTIMORE, MD. – Not every dead body gets moved around after the person is killed or is made the main course of a BBQ; however, that is what Baltimore Police say took place on February 27, 2018, at approximately 1:20 a.m. prior to the discovery of the burned body of 38-year-old Shamar Poole in the 1200 block of East Belvedere Avenue.

After the crispy remains were found, homicide detectives were summoned and assumed control of the investigation. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner determined that the cause of death was blunt force trauma.

Because of evidence obtained, Baltimore Police report that detectives learned that the murder actually occurred inside of a home located at 1224 Glenhaven Road, Baltimore, Md. – the residence of the alleged killer.

After the murder, police say that the body of Poole was moved by Anthony Ray Alston to the 1200 block of East Belvedere Avenue.

Through the course of their investigation, detectives were able to identify a suspect and get an arrest warrant.

On March 15, 2018, Warrant Apprehension Task-Force detectives arrested 39-year-old Anthony Ray Alston, aka, Shawn Blackwell.

Detective Sgt. Sean P. Jones charged Alston (DOB 03/14/79) with 1st Degree Murder, 2nd Degree Murder, and 1st Degree Arson.

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Alston was transported to Central Booking where he is currently being held as bail was denied, and he faces a preliminary hearing on April 10, 2018.

Shamar Poole, of 2208 Ruskin Avenue, Baltimore, Md., was the plaintiff in a civil action in Baltimore District Court with State Farm Insurance as the defendant. On Feb. 14, 2018, the scheduled trial was postponed due to the murder of Poole.

Poole will also be unable to attend the jury trial in Baltimore City Circuit Court on April 3, 2018, where he faced five counts of drug dealing and drug possession. Poole’s co-defendant, Rashad J. Brooks, will not luck out unless he too is eliminated in the Murder-Rama of Baltimore City.

On Oct. 7, 2005, Poole entered a guilty plea to drug possession and in a plea deal was sentenced to prison for 3 years with 2 years, 11 months and 28 days suspended. Probation was ordered for one year. Poole’s status at the time of sentencing: he was already on probation.

MURDER USA: Did shooting victim shoot himself in the hand while practicing his draw?

BALTIMORE, Md. – On March 16, 2018, at approximately 9:04 a.m., Northern District patrol officers responded to an area hospital for a report of a walk-in shooting victim.

Upon officer’s arrival, they located a 35-year-old male, unresponsive, suffering from a gunshot wound to the hand.

Detectives are attempting to determine the location of the incident.

Citywide Shooting detectives are asking anyone with information to contact them at 410-396-2221 or Metro Crime Stoppers 1866-7lockup.

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Suspect #2 sought in Harford Road shooting Baltimore March 16, 2018

Suspect sought by Baltimore Police in Harford Road shooting.

BALTIMORE, MD. – The bullets of Baltimore keep flying. Police say that on March 16, 2018, at approximately 12:55 p.m., Northeast District patrol officers responded to the 2800 block of Harford Road for a report of a

Sammie Carroll charged on March 13, 2018, for the murder of Andreas Tamaris at His & Her Perfection Barbershop on Eastern Ave.

shooting.

Once at the location, officers located a 21-year-old male suffering from gunshot wounds to the back.

The victim was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced deceased.

Detectives have released two photos of suspects involved in the murder.

MURDER USA #32 – Homicide Detectives charged Sammie Carroll for His and Her Barbershop shootout that killed mortgage con-man Andreas Tamaris who was fresh out of federal prison

BALTIMORE, MD. – Baltimore Police reports that on March 13, 2018, Homicide detectives arrested 29-year-old Sammie Carroll of 506 Paca Street #11, Baltimore, Md., for the murder of a con-man who was fresh out of prison and ready to dabble in crime once more.

Police say that on February 19, 2018, Southeast District police were dispatched to a reported shooting at His & Her Perfection Barbershop, located in the 3200 block of Eastern Avenue.

Andreas Tamaris, an ex-con recently released from prison after conviction on fraudulent mortgage scheme in Baltimore shot dead in Baltimore barber shop.

When officers arrived at the scene, they observed 47-year-old Andreas Tamaris suffering from a gunshot wound to the torso.

Police reported that Andreas Tamaris was transported to Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital where despite medical intervention he died from his injuries.

Tamaris was recently released from Federal prison where he was sentenced on March 6, 2013, after pleading guilty to mail and wire fraud. He and Alexander Sivels II, along with several cohorts were involved in mortgage fraud schemes in Baltimore City, raking in millions. In order to get home purchasers qualified for federal loans, the pair schemed to concoct fake pay stubs, fraudulent mortgage applications which misrepresented the buyer’s assets and incomes in order to be approved for loans to buy the homes bought from Tamaris and Sivels.  In addition, the con-men convinced newly arrived emigrants to the United States to sign documents swearing that no loans were involved in the source of funds for down payments or closing costs as they bought homes from the fraudsters which they otherwise couldn’t afford. The homes soon went into foreclosure.

Tamaris and his co-defendants, Michael Gerard Camphor, Cecil Sylvester Chester, Alexander Sivels II, and Christopher A. Kwegan, were all convicted, sentenced and ordered to pay various amounts of restitution. Sivels was ordered to pay more than $1.3 million in restitution.

Tamaris was sentenced to 15 months in prison and ordered to pay restitution of $1,229,206.28. According to federal inmate records, Tamaris was released from prison on Feb. 16, 2018, was 47 years old and listed as a white male.

Kwegan was also involved in swindling a Maryland Union fund of money from STS accounts toward a $225,000 down payment on the property and cleaning out a bank account of the union involving more than a half-million dollars. The only depositor of the account funds was the LIUNA Local 657 and went to a construction firm, STS General Contracting.  Prosecutors said the money was spent on personal items, shopping, entertainment and overseas travel and hotels. The LIUNA Local represents more than 1500 construction workers in the Washington area, and funds from the union were spent without the knowledge of the union executive board.

While at the crime scene, detectives received information about 20-year-old male suffering from a gunshot wound to the hand. The victim walked into an area Patient First seeking treatment.

A short time later, detectives were also informed about Sammie Carroll. Carroll walked into Johns Hopkins Hospital seeking treatment for multiple gunshot wounds.

Through the course of their investigation, detectives were able to identify Sammie Carroll as a suspect.

As a result of evidence obtained, detectives learned that two gunmen entered the His & Her Perfection Barbershop and began shooting the occupants inside. Sammie Carroll was positively identified as one of the gunmen.

On March 13, 2018, Sammie Carroll was transported to Central Booking Intake Facility where he was formally charged with 1st Degree Murder, possession of a handgun, use of a gun in the commission of a violent crime, first and second-degree assault.

Carroll was denied bail when he was committed to jail on March 15, 2018. Police believe the murder of Tamaris was targeted.

 

They could have just kept the name of the Baltimore Bullets

BALTIMORE, MD. – On March 16, 2018, at approximately 4:30 pm, officers were called to the 200 block of Pontiac Avenue for a report of a shooting. When officers arrived, they found a 36-year old man with a gunshot wound to his stomach. The victim was transported to an area hospital for treatment.

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BALTIMORE, MD. – Baltimore City Police report that on March 13, 2018, at approximately 9:58 p.m., Northeast District patrol officers responded to the 4200 block of Seidel Avenue for a report of a cutting.

Upon officer’s arrival, they observed a 38-year-old male unresponsive at the location with a cut to the upper body.

Medics responded to the location and pronounced the victim deceased.

Repeat Offender Aaron Peace caught again with a loaded gun – not a “Peacemaker.”

BALTIMORE, MD. – Baltimore Police say that on March 13, 2018, Northern District Action Team officers were in the Unit block of West North Avenue when they stopped a vehicle due to a traffic violation.

After a brief interview, officers arrested 24-year-old Aaron Peace of 1547 North Gate Road, Unit 2, Baltimore, Md.

Seized from Peace was a loaded handgun and Marijuana.

Officers transported Aaron Peace to Central Booking intake facility where he has been charged with handgun and CDS violations and jailed on March 15, 2018.

Probation before Judgement was the result of a plea deal on a charge of drug dealing in Baltimore City Circuit Court on Jan. 8, 2013 with two years’ probation ordered.

Docs tended to a walk-in shooting victim

BALTIMORE, MD. – Baltimore detectives have deduced that a man who walked into a hospital with gunshot wounds acquired his new ventilation in the 200 block of Catherine Street in Baltimore City.

Police say that on March 13, 2018, at approximately 3:10 pm, officers were called to an area hospital for a report of a walk-in shooting victim. When officers arrived, they found a 26-year old man with gunshot wounds to his body. The victim was being treated by the hospital staff for his injuries.

On March 13, 2018, at approximately 5:40 pm, officers were called to an area hospital for a report of a walk-in shooting victim. When officers arrived, they found a 28-year old man with a gunshot wound to his leg.

Investigators believe the victim was in 200 block of Catherine Street when he was shot by an unknown suspect. Detectives from the Citywide Shooting Unit are investigating this incident. Anyone with information is asked to call 410-396-2221 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7Lockup.

Teen shot in the cheek

On March 12, 2018, at approximately 11:45 p.m., Eastern District patrol officers responded to an area hospital for a report of a walk-in shooting victim.

Upon officers’ arrival, they located a 17-year-old male suffering from a gunshot wound to the cheek.

Preliminary investigation revealed that the victim was walking Southbound on Broadway from North Avenue when he heard several gunshots.

Police said, “The victim attempted to flee the location but was shot in the left cheek.”

Police did not reveal whether the cheek in which the teen was shot was a cheek part of his buttocks or a facial cheek.

Citywide Shooting detectives are asking anyone with information to contact them at 410-396-2221 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7lockup.

MURDER USA: NRA not listed as a suspect in a shootout on Penrose

BALTIMORE, MD. – While students in Baltimore were preparing to march against the National Rifle Association to protest gun violence, their fellow residents and compatriots in crime were still shooting up their own neighborhoods.  Baltimore Police have yet to list the NRA as a suspect in the shootings.

Police say that on March 12, 2018, at approximately 11:39 p.m., Western District patrol officers responded to the 1900 block of Penrose Avenue for a report of a shooting.

Once at the location officers located a 24-year-old male suffering from several gunshot wounds to the body. Officers also located a 49-year-old male and a 49-year-old female with gunshot wounds to the cheek and neck.

Medics transported all victims to an area hospital for treatment.

MURDER USA: Three down in shooting gallery on Mulberry Street; winners didn’t stick around to collect a prize

BALTIMORE, MD. – If the streets of Baltimore were a carnival, Mulberry Street should be a shooting gallery where those who hit the most targets win a stuffed bunny. Instead, the foul and deadly killers of Baltimore continue the march to another record year of murder while the bozo Mayor and politicians of Murder City mouth insane liberal arguments to advance their hold on the city.

On March 12, 2018, at approximately 9:15 pm, officers were called to the 3600 block of Mulberry Street for a report of a shooting. When officers arrived, they found three shooting victims.

The first victim is a 17-year old male with a gunshot wound to his stomach. The second victim is a 26-year old man with gunshot wounds to his body. The third victim is a 27-year old woman with a gunshot wound to her chest. The victims were all transported to area hospitals where they are being treated for their injuries.

Detectives from the Citywide Shooting Unit are investigating this incident. Detectives believe the victims were in the 100 block of Allendale Street when they were shot. Anyone with information is asked to call 410-396-2221 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7Lockup.

Western District

Shooting Investigation

On March 12, 2018, at approximately 9:50 pm, officers were called to the 2300 block of Bryant Avenue for a report of a shooting. When officers arrived, they found a 23-year old man with a gunshot wound to his back. The victim was transported to an area hospital for treatment.

 

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