GUNS IN WALDORF: Judge Kenneth Talley let gunman D’Andre Curtis loose from slammer with no bail needed
WALDORF, MD. – Just another day in the Ghetto of Waldorf and another opportunity for a Lunatic Maryland District Court Judge to toss an alleged dirtbag caught red-handed with a gun in his waistband back on the streets.
Did the Judge give this bozo his gun back too?
According to Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry, on October 8, 2021, at 11:11 a.m., officers initiated a traffic stop in the area of Gallery Place.
Police say that officers detected a strong odor of marijuana wafting into the fresh air of Charles County.
PASSENGER ALIGHTS FROM RIDE WITH HIS GUN ON HIS HIP
The driver and passenger exited the car at which time officers observed a handgun in the passenger’s waistband. The gun, a fully loaded 9mm with 11 rounds, was safely recovered. It was determined the passenger did not have a permit to carry the gun.
Further, officers recovered 21 grams of suspected marijuana, a scale, and prescription narcotics.
The passenger, D’Andre Bernard Curtis, 21, (DOB 06/25/2000) of 3263 Inverness Court, Waldorf, Md was arrested by Charles County Sheriff’s Department Officer Chad Irvin and charged with illegally transporting a loaded firearm in a vehicle and illegally carrying a loaded firearm.
Curtis was initially ordered held in the Charles County Jail without bond by a District Court Commissioner.
On October 12, 2021, District Court Judge Kenneth A. Talley released Curtis from the Charles County Jail on personal recognizance.
Police said that more charges are pending.
Judge Talley is accumulating a record of allowing dangerous criminals involved with guns to walk out of jail without posting any bail. A trial for Curtis is scheduled for November 24, 2021, in District Court.