Fourteen former heroin customers of the defendants testified at trial, many of whom became addicted to heroin after having been prescribed or taken prescription opioids, including a customer who suffered from multiple sclerosis, a customer who had injured herself in a high school gymnastics accident, and a customer who was prescribed opioid painkillers after surgery.Continue Reading
Evidently warming up for a firecracker of a drunk she would throw the next night to celebrate the New Years, Crazy Christina Hall decided if she couldn’t outrun the cops, she would join them by ramming a police car with her vehicle.Continue Reading
HEROIN MOVERS & SHAKERS / Eight Indicted on Federal Drug and Firearms Charges RICHMOND, Va. – A federal grand jury has returned an indictment charging eight individuals with a number of federal drug trafficking and firearms crimes related to their participation in a heroin trafficking conspiracy. The charges are the result of a two-year investigation […]Continue Reading
Dame admitted that from January 3, 2013, through January 12, 2017, he regularly stole medical research equipment, photography equipment, and printing supplies belonging to NIH, and sold such items through an e-commerce corporation, enriching himself. He also deceived his colleagues into purchasing surplus ink for NIH, with the intent to ultimately steal the ink and sell it onlineContinue Reading
Police learned these operations were responsible for importing large amounts of heroin, crack and powder cocaine, marijuana and Oxycodone into the region for over a decade.Continue Reading
GREENBELT, MD. – St. Mary’s County is going to lose the services of a serial drug dealer and user, burglar and professional in the copper reclamation theft business – as well as a heroin killer. For the crime of administering a fatal dose of heroin in 2012, a federal Judge has handed down a somewhat lenient sentence of only six years for Joshua Scott Schellhase of Valley Lee, Md.Continue Reading
PRESTON, MD. – Caroline County Sheriff’s Deputies made an arrest of a man responsible for a heroin overdose death, that of the suspect’s brother.
On September 3, 2014 Deputies from the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office, Patrol Division, responded to a residence in the 7000 block of Ganeys Wharf Road, Preston, Maryland, for a cardiac arrest, which resulted in the death of Eric Pattison Matzeit (31 years old).Continue Reading