District Police Beat: D.C. Police Union cites prosecutors as weak on dirt-bike outlaws

The position of the DC Police Union is this: Our officers are doing what they can within the law and with the safety of the community in mind, but even when they are able to outwit and apprehend these scofflaws safely, the OAG and the Judges at DC Superior Court don’t agree on the egregiousness of this offense and how it endangers our community. This is not a failure of law enforcement; it’s a lack of enforcement from prosecutors and judges.

Judge Cougar Audrey Creighton leaves the bench while her burglar boy-toy lover cools his heels in prison

Senning had multiple criminal convictions including stealing guns and burglary prior to becoming the Judge’s live-in lover. Given all the information available to the Judicial Panel investigating her, it might be safe to assume — and that is all the public can do — the Maryland Judicial Disabilities Commission could have stripped her of her post. By resigning, she will be able to be referred to has “Judge Creighton” and can continue to practice law.

Prince Georges Police Beat: Its Hooligan’s Hollow Days in PG (Pretty Gory County) – the land of rape, robbery and mayhem!

Detectives are also investigating an armed robbery at a convenience store in the 2900 block of Boones Lane in Forestville. Two suspects demanded cash from an employee on May 19th at about 11:15 pm. The victim wasn’t hurt. Once they grabbed cash, the two suspects ran from the store. If you have information on this robbery, please call 301-772-4905

Virginia Judges told Portsmouth Sheriff Bill Watson that display of American flag was not “appropriate” for courthouse lobby

Watson said, “They expect my deputies to put their life on the line for a judge. If somebody was going to come into a courtroom with a gun, the deputy is supposed to stand in front of the judge and take a bullet, but yet they won’t let us have our flag, saluting public safety? To me, that’s a slap in the face.”