HEROIN HOSTESS / Swerving driver Alexis McKinnon had crack in her lap, heroin ringing her fingers, sticks of horse in her purse and bells on her toes when Cecil Deputies corralled her Olds

At that time, Police say that McKinnon was asked if there was anything else in the vehicle that was illegal, which she allegedly replied: “Yes, I have some dope.”

Facing financial meltdown, with electricity turned off by power company, Christine Lucas’ plan to die by police gunfire worked

(RISING SUN, MD) – A woman facing foreclosure on her home, and who had been living without electricity for several months, and who police say left a suicide note, and provided the note and documents to her son was shot dead by Maryland State Troopers as she aimed a gun at the officers.

Dirtbag Dispatched: Fugitive decided to fight to the death with cop instead of being arrested; the cop won

NORTH EAST, MD – Another case of a wanted convicted criminal, perhaps emboldened by the incompetent liberal yahoos running Baltimore City and leading the rebellion of the criminal class, decided to fight a cop instead of being arrested. In the process, the wanted man got the end of the gun he didn’t bargain for and as a result is dead.

Cain vs. Able: State Police find guns and drugs in search of residence after charging James Pascuzzi with shooting his brother


(COLORA, MD) – Maryland State Police investigators from the Criminal Enforcement Division, Northern Region, continue to investigate a shooting on July 1, 2014 of a Cecil County man.

The victim is identified as Jonathan Pascuzzi, 23, of the unit block of Liddell Road in Colora. Pascuzzi was transported by medevac to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center for the treatment of his injuries.

As a result of the ongoing investigation, State Police have charged Pascuzzi’s younger brother, James Pascuzzi, 21, of the same address with manufacturing and possession of marijuana, drug trafficking and other firearm and drug related charges. He is being held at the Cecil County Detention Center.