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.

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Dover Police Beat: Cops grab coke and cash; arrest Ronald Parker

DOVER, DEL. — According to Dover Police Cpl. Mark Hoffman, an alleged drug dealer was nabbed with a good day’s supply of cocaine and a pocket full of moola.

Officers from the Dover Police Department’s Drugs, Vice, and Organized Crime Unit and Safe Streets Unit reportedly arrested a Dover man in possession of 13.5 grams of crack cocaine. Officers contacted Ronald L. Parker, 56, in his vehicle in the area of Minima Street and West North Street in Dover.

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Narco squad and postal inspectors snare alleged pot & schroom importer Jason Andrew Junge

According to St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Capt. Daniel Alioto, Vice/Narcotics detectives, working with Inspectors from the United States Postal Inspection Service, identified a possible package arriving in St. Mary’s County from the State of California containing a large quantity of marijuana.

A Hollywood, Maryland residence was identified as the destination and Jason Andrew Junge, 25, was identified as the target to which the drugs were sent.

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Crooked cops: Baltimore County Police nab one of their own for theft of property, evidence, loot and drugs

TOWSON, MD. Baltimore County Police report that Nicholas Michael Ishmael, 20, of the 7900 block of Westmoreland Avenue, 21234, was arrested yesterday at BCoPD headquarters and has been charged with 10 counts, including conspiracy to commit theft from $10,000 to $100,000; theft from $10,000 to $100,000; possession of narcotics; and possession with intent to distribute narcotics. Ishmael, a cadet, was released today from the Baltimore County Detention Center, where he had been held on $650,000 bail.

Baltimore County Police Chief James Johnson said at a press briefing this afternoon that he ordered an audit of all 182,400 pieces of evidence in the evidence room as soon as he learned that the evidence room may have been compromised. He also ordered a review of all policies and procedures pertaining to the evidence room.

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