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Baltimore Riot Update: Wussie Judge doesn’t send Gregory Butler, aka Gre Baly, to prison; Ordered to Pay $1 Million in Restitution for Obstructing Firefighters’ Efforts to Fight CVS Fire During Baltimore Riots

The investigation into arsons that occurred on April 27, 2015, is continuing. Anyone with information is urged to call the ATF hotline, 1-888-ATF-FIRE (1-888-283-3473). ATF continues to offer a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of any individual responsible for these incidents.

Bowie Drug Trafficker Had Nearly a Million in Cash in Safe at DC Crib One block from Biden Mansion

GREENBELT, MD. – Drug dealing pays in a big way. It’s a good thing that drug dealers make so much money, at least for a couple of them mentioned in this crime report, as they have to pay over $200 million in judgments to the Federal Government as part of their convictions. And why not, the federal government was making the neighborhood safe where stashed millions and centered their cocaine business in a hideout just a block from the mansion of Vice-President Joe Biden.

MOOK DAY, LALA, BUTT JUICE, FLATLINE, LITTLE HEAD and more in the bozo line of Up ‘da Hill Gang on Fast Track for Up ‘de River!

◾According to the superseding indictment, the members of UDH were part of a racketeering enterprise and protected their power, territory and profits through the use of violence, threats of violence, intimidation, robbery, narcotics trafficking and obstruction of justice. The superseding indictment alleges that UDH members have also committed murders, attempted murders, assaults, carjackings, obstruction of justice and robberies. Specifically, the superseding indictment alleges that, beginning in 2004, UDH members committed six murders of rival gang members and/or drug dealers, and shot nine other individuals. In addition, the superseding indictment alleges that members of UDH committed home invasion, street and bank robberies in order to fund their narcotics activities.

The Mad Bomb Maker of Glen Burnie’s accidental blowup revealed his mission; Judge sends Todd Wheeler to slammer

The next day, ATF agents interviewed Wheeler, who remained in custody at the hospital. Wheeler advised agents that he was injured when he mixed chemicals and they exploded. He also told the agents that he had previously made explosive devices and detonated them in his yard. A search warrant was executed at Wheeler’s residence in Glen Burnie by Anne Arundel County Police. Over the next two days law enforcement recovered, among other things: several improvised explosive devices, as well as the chemicals and explosive materials used to make them; drugs and drug paraphernalia; a Walther pistol, flare gun and signal flare launcher, along with a conversion kit to allow the launcher to shoot 12 gauge shot gun shells; and 12 gauge shot gun shells.