A subsequent search of Clark’s cell phone revealed that it contained photos of both the minor victim, and Crawford used on the Internet website’s commercial sex advertisements. At Robinson’s direction, Clark transported the minor victim to motels, stores and restaurants in the Towson, Maryland area. One of the motel rooms used by the victim, Crawford, and Judy was registered to Clark. Phone records show that Robinson’s cell phone was in contact with the victim’s phone 45 times between June 12 and June 19, 2013; and with Clark’s phone 18 times between June 15 and June 19, 2013.
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The Maryland Natural Resources Police mourned the passing last Wednesday of K-9 Blu, assigned to Western Maryland in 2007. The black Labrador retriever was 10 years, three months old and was suffering from lymphoma.
“Blu and his handler, Officer Curt Dieterle, were the epitome of what it takes to be a successful K-9 team,” said Sgt. Lisa Nyland, the unit leader. “They were motivated, competent, professional and accessible to not only NRP but to other agencies and the public as well. Blu’s passing leaves a huge void in our K-9 unit that will be very hard to fill.”
Barrel-chested with a friendly smile that delighted children, Blu was trained for three missions ─ track, search for an item, such as a gun, and detect wildlife ─ tasks the dog performed with gusto.
Dirtbag robbed Rite Aid with a note…remember the good old days when a gun was required?
Louisa County Commonwealth’s Attorney Rusty McGuire announced that Maurice Dooms, 41, Gordonsville, was sentenced to four years and six months in prison for cocaine distribution and firearm charges. On December 12, 2012, Dooms sold drugs in another jurisdiction. The Louisa County Narcotics Task Force was tracking the deal and immediately served a search warrant on Dooms’ residence in Gordonsville.
Druggies will be scurrying for new suppliers as cops disrupt multi-level marketing of cocaine on Eastern Shore
A combined local, state and federal law enforcement partnership has led to the disruption of a cocaine distribution network operating throughout the Upper Eastern Shore and the arrests of two dozen suspects.
Police believe three suspects were involved in directing the operation. The first suspect is identified as Adrian L. Reed, aka “Slick,” 37, of the 2200-block of Pondtown Road, Chestertown, Md.