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Tag Archives: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

Southern Md. Police Beat / cops say Shields was the trigger man

Shields was charged with armed robbery, assault, use of a handgun in the commission of a felony crime and theft on a warrant on July 22, 2005, for an incident that court records say took place on Jan. 12, 2004. The case indicates that an indictment took place, but court records do not show a trial in Circuit Court, which may explain how Shields ended up being assigned to the Patuxent Institution.

Murder USA: The face of a cold-blooded killer; police say motive was robbery for Robin Smith Jr. in murder of Rajinder Kumar

Suspect: Robin Tyrone Smith Jr. 26 of 422 Pamela Rd. Glen Burnie, MD

Since January 1, 2013, the Anne Arundel County Police Department has investigated 20 murders, 19 of which have been closed. The open murder investigation is that of Ana Isabel Racine, 21, of Pasadena who was killed just before midnight on Saturday January 25, 2014 in the 200 block of Meadow Rd. in Riviera Beach (Pasadena), MD.

“I am grateful for the partnerships with the FBI and our community that played vital roles in solving this murder,” said Anne Arundel County Chief of Police Kevin Davis. “This cold-blooded, heartless killer had the audacity to roam freely while our community grieved. He committed this cowardly act and never thought twice about turning himself in. Today, he’s
in jail.”

Doctor admits defrauding Medicare and pumping out phony orders for Oxy pills

Wayne previously pled guilty to a criminal information that charges him with health care fraud and conspiracy to violate the narcotics laws of the United States. In his plea, Wayne admitted to executing a scheme to defraud the Medicare program and attempting to cause a loss in excess of $2,500,000 to Medicare. Wayne also admitted that he conspired with others to knowingly and intentionally prescribe Schedule II controlled substances, such as oxycodone, outside the scope of professional medical practice and not for a legitimate medical purpose, knowing that controlled substances would be distributed illegally.