Maryland State Police report that an undocumented shopper failed to use wampum, cash, barter with chickens or even use a stolen credit card to pay for a cartload of store items at the Walmart
The lenient way that Maryland deals with DUI drivers assures that a plentiful supply of drivers intoxicated with drugs and or alcohol will remain on the public highways ready, willing and able to kill and keep funeral homes flourishing.
CAROLINE STATES ATTORNEY JOE RILEY NOT TOUGH ON DWI DRIVERS: An examination of several of those drivers arrested for DUI reveals several had prior DWI arrests with one of them let loose without a fine or jail time.
Dennis C. Neill was charged with Possession of Paraphernalia and later released. Neill and Garrison are friends on Facebook, which is a prime method of connection between those involved in the distribution of drugs.
Police say that Dilworth was found to be in possession of 55 white wax paper bags of heroin
Upon searching Baynard, troopers located 73 bags of heroin weighing 1.095 grams, 1.26 grams of marijuana, and over $570.00 in suspected drug proceeds. It was later determined through the investigation that the BMW he was operating was stolen
Brandon Crissman, age 21 of Chesapeake, VA was arrested for Handgun in a vehicle. He was released on his personal recognizance.
“You people should feel ashamed of yourselves bashing the watermen; you guys have no idea what it’s like to get up and go to a real job. You people are mean and ignorant arrogant ***holes.”
Police say that the trooper was able to give chase and caught the subject in a wooded area behind the residence, and after a brief struggle was able to take Horsey into custody. In the course of the struggle, a plastic bag containing 124 bags of heroin weighing 1.86 grams fell from Horsey’s pocket. Troopers also conducted a search of Horsey’s residence and located 2.3 grams of marijuana.
Delaware State Police Beat: Road Rage Armed Participant Tried for Better Luck in Casino; Was Dragged to Reality