Cambridge was placed under arrest and charged with the following: speeding, possession with the intent to sell heroin, traveling with a loaded stolen gun and all-around failure to do good.
PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. Who thought it was a good idea to revive junkies who decide to inject heroin and overdose? Many folks would say let them have their final high and blast off into junkie hell. But some genius thought it was a good idea to equip cops with Naloxone to administer to junkies and revive them and it actually works. Too bad, these junkies will live another day to torment society.
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.
Bash and Dash to Store LEXINGTON PARK, MD. — Maryland State Police report that on Thursday, July 17, 2014 at 1:50 am, Tpr. J. …
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.
According to St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Capt. Daniel Alioto, Vice/Narcotics detectives, working with Inspectors from the United States Postal Inspection Service, identified a possible package arriving in St. Mary’s County from the State of California containing a large quantity of marijuana.
A Hollywood, Maryland residence was identified as the destination and Jason Andrew Junge, 25, was identified as the target to which the drugs were sent.
Police say that on June 13, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office were called to the 8000 block of Swann Haven Road for a domestic assault. Contact was made with Crystal Lynn Robertson, 42, of Easton, MD who advised she had been assaulted by her live in boyfriend, Bruce Douglas Bradley, 43, of Easton, MD. Robertson had injuries consistent with an assault and was escorted to the District Court Commissioner who issued an arrest warrant and a protective order. Deputies were able to locate and arrest Bradley without incident. Bradley was processed and taken before a District Court Commissioner who ordered him held on a $15,000.00 bond.
Attention Pot-Heads! small amounts of weed de-criminalized…but rolling papers are still a criminal offense…Ha…the inept legislators must have been smoking too much dope when they passed this bill!
ANNAPOLIS, MD. It is really too funny. The Maryland General Assembly must have had been in too big of a rush when they passed the decriminalization of small amounts of pot this past session. For details on this latest legislative laugh-in to come out of the mental-midget minds of the bozos in Annapolis, click on the above video and read the following from the folks at the Capital News Service
On April 20, 2014, at approximately 2 a.m. Ofc. Laughlin was on patrol in the area of 30th Street and Coastal Highway when he observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed. Using LIDAR technology, he determined that the vehicle was traveling faster than the posted speed limit. Ofc. Laughlin stopped the vehicle and smelled marijuana coming from inside. During a search of the vehicle, officers located marijuana and a stun gun.
Anne Arundel: where have all the whacky tobaccy farmers gone? Gone to seed with their weed…and to slammer for Daniel Paul Puckett
detectives seized 11 marijuana plants with an approximate street value of $5,535 and approximately 2441 grams of processed marijuana with an approximate street value of $48,820.