Armold was charged with possession of drugs on April 25, 2013 but the charges were dropped by St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz on June 27, 2013. Armold was represented by two Public Defenders, Michael Morgan and Gerald J. Riviello (at the expense of the taxpayers) and had been arrested by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Deputy M. A. Labanowski. Ironically, while States Attorney Fritz was busy indicting Armold on drug charges on Sept. 10th, on Sept. 24, 2014 Fritz dropped charges of driving while suspended which had been placed against her on July 1, 2014 at 2:15 am by Maryland State Trooper Ditoto. The new distribution charge was placed against Armold by Deputy Labanowski, the same officer who had busted her in 2013.
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On September 18, 2014 at approximately 9:30 p.m. detectives from Northern District’s Tactical Narcotics Team (TNT) with the assistance of the Special Operations Section executed a narcotics search warrant at 1006 Sharon Drive in Glen Burnie. This search warrant was the result of numerous citizens’ complaints of drug activity at the residence. As a result, heroin, crack cocaine, marijuana, a shotgun, U.S. currency, and CDS paraphernalia for distribution was recovered.
Drummond had been charged with Drug Kingpin charges as well as five other counts on June 23rd and locked up in jail on June 24th and released on July 21st, when the Queen Anne’s County States Attorney dropped all the charges. The police and prosecutors filed new charges against Drummond just in time for him to be arrested again on July 25th.
Drummond must have a hard time running his drug kingpin business allegedly selling heroin to the brain-dead druggies of Maryland when he spends so much time behind bars.
In a Caroline County Circuit Court trial held on March 25, 2014, Drummond faced charges of drug possession and attempting to elude police by beating feet in an incident which took place on Oct. 25, 2014. In a plea deal arranged by his attorney Stephanie A. Shipley of Easton and the Caroline County States Attorney, Drummond was found guilty on July 10, 2014. He was sentenced to 90 days in the slammer with no time suspended. Drug possession charges placed on Oct. 26, 2013 by Officer John Labelle resulted in a trial on Jan. 31, 2014. Drummond was found guilty and sentenced to three years and one day.
Heroin cocktail waitress bought drugs from Thomas Jay Willingham, say police, prior to overdose murder
LEONARDTOWN, MD. Capt. Daniel Alioto reports the arrest of the person who is alleged to have supplied the deadly drugs used by both the administrator of a deadly…
This Greenhorn was no tenderfoot
PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — Maryland State Police report that on 8/6/14 at 1:35 pm, Trooper First Class Costello responded to the area of the PNC Bank in Prince Frederick for a reported disorderly subject. Timothy E. Greenhorn, 36 of no fixed address, was located in an extremely intoxicated condition. Greenhorn was belligerent and became aggressive during contact with police. He was arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.
Talbot deputies snare Christopher Lee Baker and Tracy Earl Sherwood making Heroin delivery on Black Dog Alley
Easton, Md. – According to Talbot County Sheriff’s Lt. John Bollinger, on July 14, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office stopped a motor vehicle on Black Dog Alley near Dover Road for suspicion of drug activity.
An investigation had begun several weeks earlier directed at Christopher Lee Baker, 28, of 9658 Cordova Road, Easton, Md., who was believed to be transporting heroin into Talbot County from Delaware.
Bash and Dash to Store LEXINGTON PARK, MD. — Maryland State Police report that on Thursday, July 17, 2014 at 1:50 am, Tpr. J. Quase responded to the Pawnit…
You can’t fix stupid
PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. — One driver who should have been arrested when first stopped by a trooper was instead given a break and allowed to call someone to drive his vehicle, due to his driver’s license being suspended.
Maryland State Police report that on 7/7/14 at 4:56 pm, Trooper First Class Lewis stopped a vehicle on Rt. 231 and Thoroughbred Dr. for traffic violations. Avon D. Cochran, 23 of Waldorf, was driving on a suspended license. He was advised he could not continue to drive and he agreed to make arrangements for his own disposition. Approximately 5 minutes later, after resuming traffic enforcement, TFC Lewis located Cochran driving on Church St. in Prince Frederick. He was arrested for failing to obey a lawful order. He was incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.
LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – On Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at 4:02 pm, Tpr. A. Oyler initiated a traffic stop on a gold truck on Route 246 and Kay Drive for a minor traffic infraction. Investigation revealed that the vehicle had been reported stolen through Virginia, and the driver, Bradley Patrick Townshend, 20, of Heathsville, VA had an outstanding warrant. Mr. Townshend was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was held pending an extradition hearing.
Murder USA: Body of Prakash Rampatsingh ruled murder by gunshot; wife filed for divorce day prior to slaying
MURDER USADEATH INVESTIGATION UNDERWAY IN CARROLL COUNTY
(HAMPSTEAD, MD) — What happens when killers want to get rid of a body in Maryland? From a recent case in Talbot County where rich kids having a drug party on imported narcotics rub out one of their buddies to the regular dispatch of competing drug dealers in Baltimore City, killers are always faced with the problem of disposal.
Murderers throughout modern history either take a boat out and weigh down the victim’s body with cinderblocks and chains or simply dump the corpse out along a country road. Here is a story of one victim who wasn’t given a boat ride:
Maryland State Police and Carroll County Sheriff’s Office deputies are investigating the death of a man whose body was found along a wooded area beside a rural field in northern Carroll County this morning