ARE YOUR LOCAL POLITICIANS PURSUING SANCTUARY POLICIES THAT ENCOURAGE MS-13 GANG ACTIVITIES IN YOUR COMMUNITY?Continue Reading
She said in the report that six officers responded and were outside of her home trying to get her husband to come out. She said that after two hours, police returned to her at the neighborhood clubhouse where she was waiting.
“After two hours they return to me [at] the clubhouse and said he didn’t come out we’ll try again another time,” she wrote in the report.
In addition to any sanctions imposed against the liquor licenses that may be imposed by the Somerset County Liquor Board, the employees who sold alcoholic beverages to a minor will face charges in the District Court of Maryland for Somerset County for furnishing an alcoholic beverage to a minor. If convicted, these people face a maximum penalty of up to 2 years of incarceration, a fine of $1,000, or both.Continue Reading
With the addition of Liban Haji Mohamed, there are currently 31 individuals on the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists list. Individuals on the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists list have been charged in the U.S. for their alleged involvement in various terrorist attacks or planned attacks around the world against U.S. interests or persons.Continue Reading
“These programs are intended to provide assistance for those in need—not a means of abuse or selfish enrichment.Continue Reading
The FBI developed a confidential source (CS) who consensually recorded Morris in phone calls and on video.Continue Reading
ELKRIDGE, MD. — Even though the largest robbery in history took place during the financial meltdown that set off the Great Recession in 2008 was led by Wall Street Banksters and resulted in the taxpayers bailing out the banks, when it comes to offering a reward for bank robbers, the banks get really cheap with their rewards.Continue Reading
PAX RIVER NAS, MD. — One fall morning in 1992 a young woman was driving a company pickup truck on the Patuxent River Naval Air Station at Patuxent River, Md., when the Navy’s newest jet fighter crashed on top of her truck, killing her instantlyContinue Reading
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.Continue Reading
Under all the circumstances, we are persuaded that the evidence presented, viewed in the light most favorable to the State, could have led a rational trier of fact to reasonably conclude that Benton conspired with his co-defendant, Lawson, to murder Sharod James and that Benton and Lawson did, in fact, shoot and kill James on the night of November 16, 2012.Continue Reading