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PRESIDENTIAL FUNERALS: In the early afternoon of April 12, 1945, President Roosevelt was in his private cottage at Warm Springs, Georgia, signing papers and sitting to have his portrait painted. Slowly he raised his hand to his head complaining of a debilitating headache. He then slumped forward, losing consciousness. At 3:35 p.m. he was pronounced dead.

The President’s sudden death at age 63 stunned the nation. FDR had been the Chief Executive for more than 12 years—young Americans had no memory of any other President. The timing of his death, when victory in World War II was at hand, added to the country’s grief.

Roosevelt’s health was in decline as he prepared for an unprecedented fourth term as President in 1944 and the impending victory and aftermath of World War II. A March 1944 examination by his doctors revealed a variety of heart ailments, high blood pressure, and bronchitis. Those close to the President—and even those who saw him speak in public—took note of his weak appearance, low energy, and his struggle with concentration and memory.

Most of the American public, however, was unaware of the President’s ailments because of FDR’s strong public addresses in 1944 that assuaged any concerns. Roosevelt’s victory in the election of 1944 and the diplomatic pressures of the Yalta Conference the following February, had put the President under immense strain. In April 1945, FDR returned to Warm Springs, a destination that had served since the 1920s as his favorite retreat. There, on April 12, he collapsed and died of a cerebral hemorrhage. Vice President Harry S. Truman took the oath of office the same day

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CHILD SEX CHARGES: CHARLES SHERIFF CORRECTIONAL OFFICER RICHARD DEAN FACES CHILD MOLESTER CHARGES; ST. MARY’S PROSECUTOR RICHARD FRITZ INDICTS ALLEN WEILAND ON CHILD SEX OFFENCES FROM the 1990s

CHILD SEX CHARGES: CHARLES SHERIFF CORRECTIONAL OFFICER RICHARD DEAN FACES CHILD MOLESTER CHARGES; FRITZ INDICTS ALLEN WEILAND ON CHILD SEX OFFENCES FROM 1990s

LA PLATA: Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry reports that a Charles County Correctional Officer has been suspended following his indictment and arrest in King George County, Virginia on April 13, 2021.

Sheriff Berry reports that in August of 2020, the Charles County Sheriff’s Department initiated an investigation into a corrections officer who worked at the Charles County Detention Center.

Based on the nature of the allegations, CFC Richard Dean, a 14-year-veteran was suspended immediately.

Charge Detail: – Indicates Disposed Charges
Statute Code Description Case Number Offense DateTime Arrest DateTime Bond Amount
18.2-67.3(A)(1) AGGRAVATED SEXUAL BATTERY: VICTIM <13 YRS CR21000086-00 01/05/2015 00:00 04/13/2021 00:00 Comp w/441929
18.2-67.3(A)(1) AGGRAVATED SEXUAL BATTERY: VICTIM <13 YRS CR21000085-00 05/03/2018 00:00 04/13/2021 00:00 Comp w/441929
18.2-370.1(A) INDECENT LIBERTIES: W/CHILD BY PARENT/ETC CR21000087-00 01/05/2015 00:00 04/13/2021 00:00 Comp w/441929
18.2-67.3(A)(1) AGGRAVATED SEXUAL BATTERY: VICTIM <13 YRS CR21000084-00 08/01/2020 00:00 04/13/2021 00:00 Bond Denied

Richard Fritz

ALLEN WEILAND INDICTED BY ST. MARY’S GRAND JURY FOR CHILD SEX OFFENSES FROM 1990s

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LEONARDTOWN, MD. – St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz brought a case to the Grand Jury of St. Mary’s which has resulted in indictments handed down against a Leonardtown resident.

Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that in March of 2021, the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Department initiated an investigation into allegations of sexual abuse involving a minor that occurred in the late 1990s. The suspect was identified as Allen Briscoe Weiland, 59 of Leonardtown. During the course of the investigation, Cameron says evidence was obtained supporting the allegations.

The investigation was presented to the Grand Jury for St. Mary’s County and an indictment issued for Weiland’s arrest. On April 9, 2021, Weiland was arrested and charged with the following:

  • Sex Offense Second Degree (two counts)
  • Sex Offense Third Degree (two counts)

Anyone with information regarding Allen Weiland, or this case is asked to contact

at (301) 475-4200 extension 78128 or by email at Trevor.Teague@stmarysmd.com.

According to Maryland court records, there are no prior criminal allegations against Weiland, who lives on a farm of about seventy acres on the outskirts of Leonardtown.

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CLEANING DRUG MONEY AT CASINO: Drug Dealers Sonyia and Frankie Cruz were shoving thousands of dollars into slots at a Maryland casino and cashing out after losing twenty bucks

CLEANING DRUG MONEY AT CASINO: Drug Dealers Sonyia and Frankie Cruz were shoving thousands of dollars into slots at a Maryland casino and cashing out after losing twenty bucks

Federal Judge Sentenced Couple to 18 Months in Federal Prison for Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substances and a Money Laundering Conspiracy in Easy Plea Deal

Greenbelt, Maryland – There can only be one reason for a couple to wind up with only eighteen months in the slammer for moving big quantities of drugs and laundering the cash by gambling. They must have snitched on a bigger fish.

U.S. District Judge Theodore D. Chuang sentenced Sonyia Cruz, 52, of San Jose, California, and Frankie Cruz, 46, of San Jose, California, to 18 months in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for conspiring to distribute controlled substances and conspiring to commit money laundering.

The sentence was announced on April 9, 2021, by Acting United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Jonathan F. Lenzner; Special Agent in Charge James R. Mancuso of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Baltimore; and Colonel Woodrow W. Jones III, Superintendent of the Maryland State Police.

According to their plea agreements, beginning in at least 2014, the married couple of Frankie and Sonyia Cruz conducted marijuana sales by purchasing bulk amounts of marijuana (24 to 25 pounds per order), shipping the marijuana to their rental home on 8431 Winding Trail in Laurel, Maryland, and repackaging the drug parcels to sell in the District of Columbia for $2,800 or $2,900 per pound.  The Cruzes then shipped the proceeds back to California after laundering the money at a Maryland Casino.  In the spring of 2016, they also conducted marijuana sales in North Carolina. 

From October 2015 through November 2016, Frankie Cruz, Sonyia Cruz, and other conspirators laundered approximately $674,897 derived from marijuana sales at a Maryland casino.

 The Cruzes attempted to laundered funds by feeding large amounts of currency into slot machines, engaging in minimal gaming activity, and cashing out the remainder of the proceeds.

 For example, on January 6, 2016, surveillance cameras captured Sonyia Cruz retrieving large stacks of money in small denominations from her purse and handing the funds to Frankie Cruz and a co-conspirator. Sonyia Cruz, Frankie Cruz, and a co-conspirator inserted the large piles of cash into various slot machines and engaged in minimal gaming activity when others walked by, spending less than $10 for every $500 they put into the machine. 

They then collected their fraudulent winnings in the form of a barcode encoded ticket, which totaled the equal value of the currency the conspirators deposited into the slot machines minus the minimal gaming expenditures.  In some instances, Frankie Cruz deposited as much as $2,000 into a slot machine and cashed the same amount in the form of a ticket.

Sonyia Cruz, Frankie Cruz, and a co-conspirator conducted this activity for four hours from 9 pm on January 6, 2016, to 1 am on January 7, 2016.  Sonyia Cruz divided the fixed winnings amongst herself, Frankie Cruz, and a co-conspirator.  All three individuals used various automated cash-out kiosks to retrieve the value of their tickets in $20 denominations. 

In spite of running a lucrative multi-level marketing business in whacky tobaccy, the couple didn’t bother paying their rent and were taken to District Court in Anne Arundel County on December 2, 2016, by BMG Laurel LLC.

Acting United States Attorney Jonathan F. Lenzner praised the HSI and Maryland State Police for their work in the investigation. Mr. Lenzner thanked Assistant U.S. Attorneys Dwight Draughon and David I. Salem, who prosecuted the case.

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WOMEN WHO ATTACK WITH CARS: The Wild World of Entitled Violent Women Who Drive Over Food Servers, Bus Driver

WOMEN WHO ATTACK WITH CARS: The Wild World of Entitled Violent Women Who Drive Over Food Servers, Bus Driver

The recent attack of the employees of the Waldorf Taco Bell by two Prince Georges County Correctional Officers, first with their fists and then with their car is similar to the attack by a Montgomery County woman who decided to skip out on her bar bill at a Rockville tavern. That woman, Tracy Carrillo, of Silver Spring later entered a guilty plea to second-degree assault in a plea deal with the weak Montgomery County States Attorney John McCarthy. Carrillo admitted to using her car to run into a bartender in the parking lot of the bar who was attempted to write down the tag number of her car as she and her friends decided to skip paying their check and fled.

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Another District woman attacked a Greyhound bus in Washington and then ran over the bus driver, to the horror of onlookers, some of whom recorded the video on their cell phones and provided them to WUSA9 News.

CUSTOMER WHO ASSAULTED RESTAURANT EMPLOYEE WITH CAR ENDED IN PROBATION BEFORE JUDGEMENT IN ROCKVILLE

ROCKVILLE, MD. – After easy treatment by the Montgomery County States Attorney when charged with striking a Rockville bartender with her car, tossing the woman up over the hood of her car and fleeing in order to skip out on paying her tab, Tracy Carrillo now awaits charges of DWI in Montgomery County.

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Tracy Michelly Carrillo, (DOB 10/28/1993) of 9727 Mount Pisgah Road, Silver Spring, Md. was indicted by the Montgomery County Grand Jury for her actions in striking a bartender of a Rockville restaurant with her car in November of 2015, as she was fleeing the tavern without paying for her bill.  The bartender was attempting to write down Carrillo’s tag number as she and her friends were running out on their tab for a night of drinks.

Montgomery County States Attorney agreed to a plea deal for the criminal charges of assault and theft on September 26, 2016.  The deal allowed for the theft charge to be dropped in return for a plea of guilty to second-degree assault and a verdict of Probation Before Judgement before Circuit Court Judge Paul H. Weinstein.

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Skipping out when it’s time to pay the bill is routine for Carrillo as after she was indicted by the Grand Jury on May 12, 2016, she had been summoned to appear in Circuit Court on June 3, 2016 for her initial appearance and court records show she failed to appear, causing Judge John W. Debelius to order her bond to be forfeited and issued a bench warrant for her arrest.

At the plea hearing before Judge Weinstein, in addition to the guilty plea, Carrillo was also ordered to pay a fine of $250 and court costs.

Carrillo was arrested for DWI on March 22, 2020 at 2:07 am by Montgomery County Police Officer K Strnad when stopped on Korth Place at Inwood Avenue as he operated a 2011 Toyota.  Trial on the charges from over a year ago are still pending as many cases linger on due to courts altering their schedules due to the Covid Pandemic.

Police: ‘Dine-and-dashers’ hit bartender with car after skipping out on $33 bar bill

by KEVIN LEWIS/ABC7, June 6, 2016

ROCKVILLE, Md. (WJLA Reporter Kevin Lewis) – A female bartender is recovering from injuries after getting hit by a car occupied by college-age individuals who’d ordered alcoholic drinks, but then left the establishment without paying, police say.

The car’s alleged driver, Tracy Carrillo, 22, of the 4600 block of Prestwood Drive in Olney, is now facing charges of first-degree assault and theft of less than $1000.

According to charging documents filed in Montgomery County Circuit Court, Carrillo and three friends entered Miller’s Ale House in Rockville and consumed alcoholic drinks on November 22, 2015. Later in the evening, Carrillo and a female accomplice exited the sports bar, but before her two male accomplices could follow suit, the bartender recognized the group’s intent of “dining and dashing.”

The bartender escorted the two young men into the business’ parking lot, where she saw Carrillo behind the wheel of an idling tan Toyota Corolla. Carrillo was overheard asking her friends, “Do you think I’m okay?” One of her male accomplices replied, “Yea, you’re good.”

That’s when, police say, Carrillo turned the compact car in an attempt to exit the bar’s parking lot. The bartender, on a mission to recoup Carrillo’s $33. 34 bar tab, sprinted to the parking lot’s exit lane and made a mental note of the car’s license plate number.

Yet, instead of surrendering, police say Carrillo pressed on the car’s accelerator and struck the bartender who rolled onto the hood of the car and then slid into the street. Carrillo and her friends did not stop to render aid, but rather accelerated continuously, and then fled down Rockville Pike, police say.

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Paramedics were called to the scene. The bartender initially refused treatment but was admitted to Shady Grove Hospital the following day with multiple contusions, bruised ribs, bruised lungs and whiplash. During a sit-down interview with police around 11 days later, officers could still observe scars and bruises on the bartender’s body.

“Oh my God! Are you kidding me,” Miller’s Ale House customer Michelle Martin exclaimed. “She did that over $33? What in the world was she thinking? She could have killed that poor woman, and now her life is ruined too, going to jail and all.”

Carrillo, who was recently indicted in Montgomery County Circuit Court, did not return multiple phone calls seeking comment. Investigators say she has a previous arrest for driving under the influence and reckless driving. Court documents indicate that she attends Howard Community College and works part time as a babysitter.

Her father, however, did tell ABC7 that his daughter is innocent. He believes the bartender copied down the wrong license plate number, which led to his daughter being identified as the culprit. Carrillo’s father, however, could not explain why his daughter’s car had front-end damage, nor could he explain why his daughter was seen on bar security cameras moments before the incident.

Should a jury find Carrillo guilty on all three counts, a judge could sentence the 22-year-old to 26.5 years in prison and/or $500 in fines.

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(August 31, 2018) In a road rage incident caught on a camera, a woman became irate and starting smashing windows of a Greyhound bus, even attempting to run over the driver multiple times with her car in Northeast DC Thursday evening, Metropolitan police said.

The young woman shown bashing a Greyhound bus in a viral video is mentally ill and needs help, an uncle of the suspect told News4.

An alarming video released by D.C. police on Friday showed a woman smashing the driver’s side window of the bus with a car jack and hitting the bus driver with her car as he apparently tries to stop her from leaving the scene of a crash. Police said she also used a baseball bat to crack the windshield.

Seth Silver said the suspect, 20-year-old Mariana Silver, of Northeast D.C., is his niece. He said he was stunned by her behavior.

VERDICT: Nothing happended to this lunatic who ran over the bus driver and damaged the bus as she attempted to enter and assault the passengers. Another Banana Republic of DC Memory

DateDocket TextImage Avail.
08/31/2018Arrest Warrant Filed-FelonyImage
09/01/2018Alert Served LU 55 Arr War- Felony served on: 09/01/2018 For: SILVER, MARIANA WIN #: T100988286
09/04/2018Arrest Warrant Filed-Felony Arr War- Felony created on: 09/04/2018 For: SILVER, MARIANA WIN #: T100988286
09/04/2018Case Disposed – Warrant Disposed
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Closed-Warrant Executed09/01/2018ALPRIN, GEOFFREY M

On reflection,  I believe you missed the point.
This was NOT a police matter, but a person in need of mental health services.   Cops cuff and stuff, and many people just need an unregistered comfort animal, teddy bear, or mo money to ease the pain and suffering. 
As a public service, someone should have called the health department or their local delegate or senator to report these “events.” Listing the “resource number” would be the best measure to help or resolve these “cries of need.”  List the number, and then to help with the “recently revised phone menu”, “if you are underserved,  press 1.”  If you are of “color”, press 1 or 1a.”  If you think you will speak with a person, hang up.  To get all the benefits you are entitled to, press 4, 7, 9, 13, 16, 22, 37, 56, 76, and 82.  Thanks Joe.

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SHOOTING IN TRAFFIC: Newport News Cab Driver Donte Gee held without bond for shooting at a car with mom and her four kids inside; MD Transportation Police seek aid in finding vehicle involved in road rage fatality

SHOOTING IN TRAFFIC: Newport News Cab Driver Donte Gee held without bond for shooting at a car with mom and her four kids inside; MD Transportation Police seek aid in finding vehicle involved in road rage fatality

NEWPORT NEWS, VA.:  The Virginia State Police report that an arrest of a Newport News cab driver has been made for a traffic shooting on I-664 that endangered the lives of everyone in the vicinity, and specifically, a woman and her four children.

Police say that on the evening of April 7, 2021, at approximately 6:15 p.m., the Virginia State Police Communication Center received a brandishing firearms incident on Interstate 664, north of the Monitor Merrimac Bridge-Tunnel. The driver of a Honda sedan was seen pointing a firearm at several motorcycles while driving through the northbound lanes of the tunnel.

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Witnesses observed the Honda exit the tunnel, pull over onto the shoulder, and a male exited the vehicle with a firearm in hand. Troopers were dispatched to the scene, but all parties had dispersed. Shortly after, at approximately 6:30 p.m., the Newport News Police Department contacted state police advising that their officers had the Honda stopped at the corner of 39th Street and Marshall Avenue, in the city of Newport News.

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The driver, 26-year-old Donte Michael-Lewis Gee, was detained and questioned about the incident.

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During this time, a Virginia Beach resident contacted state police, to report her vehicle had been shot at. The female victim stated she was traveling in the southbound lanes of Interstate 664 around 6:00 p.m., with her four children, when she heard gunshots. She continued to her residence and discovered that her vehicle had a bullet hole in the rear of the vehicle, and a bullet round was located inside the vehicle. The female stated neither her nor her children were harmed.

Police say that it was determined that the victim’s vehicle was part of the northbound incident. Gee of the hundred block of 14th Street, Newport News, was charged with; shooting at an occupied vehicle, and taken to Newport News City Jail.

Newport News Sheriff Arrest Bookings for April 7, 2021

GEE, DONTE M. 26           Time of arrest: 2242        Arrest location:200 BLK 26TH        Arrest ID#ST      2021000527                1              Arresting Agency: NNSO                               Charge: TRAIN/CAR/BOAT: MALICIOUSLY SHOOT/THROW                Occupation: TAXI DRIVER

ARREST FOR DONTE M. GEE    DOB: 07/01/1994

Charged with possession of a concealed weapon on December 21, 2017, and found guilty on February 20, 2018, and was appealed to Norfolk Circuit Court.  

GEE PLEADED GUILTY TO THEFT IN MARYLAND

Donte Michael Louis Gee, of 946 14th Street, Newport News, Va., was arrested by Pocomoke City, Maryland Police Officer J. Stanford on September 6, 2018, and charged with conspiracy to commit theft under $1,500, felony theft under $25,000: and malicious property destruction. In a plea deal on November 9, 2018, with the Worcester County States Attorney, Gee admitted guilt in the misdemeanor theft charge and the other charges were dropped. THE DEAL: Gee was given a verdict of Probation Before Judgement and put on unsupervised probation.

ROAD RAGE LED TO FATALITY

The Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) Police Collision Reconstruction Unit is investigating a fatal crash that occurred on Friday, April 3, 2021, at 12:58 a.m. A possible road rage incident between a red sedan and a white truck resulted in a fatal crash when a third vehicle, a white sedan, struck the red sedan on northbound I-95 near Exit 52 (Russell Street). Anyone that witnessed the crash or these vehicles traveling before the crash is asked to call MDTA Police at 410-916-7532. 

DWI Driver Rodney Berger Charged After Striking Police Officer

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Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) Police have arrested and charged a Woodlawn man with driving under the influence after an early Sunday morning crash that seriously injured an MDTA Police Officer.

Shortly after 3 a.m. Sunday, April 4, 2021, an MDTA Police Officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on southbound I-95 near Exit 50 (Caton Avenue). At approximately 3:10 a.m., as the officer spoke with the occupants of the stopped vehicle, a black Mercedes sedan driven by 28-year-old Rodney I. Berger struck both the officer and the stopped vehicle. The MDTA Police Officer was transported to the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center with serious but non-life-threatening injuries. Neither Berger nor the occupants of the stopped vehicle were injured.

After a preliminary investigation, MDTA Police Officers took Berger into custody without incident. He was charged with driving under the influence and other charges.

The crash is still under investigation by the MDTA Police Collision Reconstruction Unit. Anyone with information is asked to call MDTA Police at 410-537-1209.

The MDTA Police remind motorists of Maryland’s “Move Over” law, which requires drivers approaching from the rear of an emergency vehicle with its visual signals activated to, if possible, make a lane change into a lane not immediately adjacent to the emergency vehicle. If moving to another lane is not possible or is unsafe, the law requires drivers to slow down when passing the stopped vehicle.

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TACO HELL: PG Jail Guards Turn Waldorf Fast Food Joint into Taco Hell; Cranky Cranks Ran Car into People, Store

QUEENS OF MEAN: JAIL GUARDS NIGHT OUT AT TACO BELL ENDED WITH ATTEMPTED MURDER CHARGES

WALDORF, MD. – Two cranky female jail guards who were off work from the Prince Georges County Jail are cooling their jets and their derrieres in another county’s jail, without bond, following their arrest for a hellacious demonstration of temper, bad manners, murderous conduct, and all-around failure to do right. The pair of bodacious and bad-tempered Femme Fatales of the PG Jail ought to try ordering some Milk of Magnesia from Amazon and have it delivered to their new digs in the Chuck County Jail in LaPlata.

Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry reports that detectives have arrested Prince Georges Correction Officers Tanesha Renea Williams, 25, of Waldorf, and Diamond Shanay Johnson, 28, (DOB 9/22/1992) both are residents of 12380 Mt. Clare Place, Waldorf, Md., for their alleged conduct in crashing a vehicle into a group of people at the Taco Bell on Smallwood Drive in Waldorf.

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The hot tamales of the PG County Jail went on their rampage as they were purchasing food at the drive-thru window on March 31, 2021.

Police explain the details of this hard-shell taco escapade in this way:

 In the case, Tanesha Renea Williams was driving a sedan, and had placed an order at the drive thru. As she pulled up to the cashier, she and Johnson began arguing with the employee over the food order.

Both Williams and Johnson exited the car and approached the employee who was still standing at the drive-thru window. Williams allegedly assaulted the employee at the window before both she and Johnson got back into the car.

As shown in the accompanying video taken by a citizen and posted on Twitter, Williams then drove her TACO KILLER SEDAN to the front of the restaurant where several people were standing outside of the front doors.

Williams drove her car toward the group of people, backed up, and then drove toward the group again, striking and injuring several people as she continued forward crashing through the front doors.

After the assault, Williams backed her car out of the restaurant and fled the scene. Several people were treated for injuries that did not appear to be life-threatening.

Patrol officers responded and after a thorough investigation, positively identified both the driver and occupant. Arrest warrants were obtained on April 3, 2021, and members of the CCSO’s Warrant Unit located the suspects and served the warrants on April 5, 2021.

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Williams was charged with:

  • attempted murder,
  • first-degree assault,
  • second-degree assault,
  • traffic violations,
  • and other related charges.
Diamond Shanay Johnson charged with attempted murder.

Johnson was charged by Charles County Sheriff’s Department Detective Colin Stine with:

  • attempted murder,
  • first-degree assault,
  • second-degree assault
  • and other related charges.

Both suspects are currently being held at the Charles County Detention Center with no bond. The existence of their employment working at post in Prince Georges County riding herd on the miscreants of that county was concealed, initially, from the District Court Commissioner who was told by the women that they were unemployed. 

Allegedly making false claims of being sick since March 31, 2021 when the attack at Taco Bell took place, could result in both of them being dinged by PG County for falsifying the use of sick leave, however, the entire episode could result in them being terminated from their jobs.

 Both could possibly be promoted to the rank of shift commanders and used in recruiting videos posted on YouTube as examples of women who rise to the top by being forceful and refusing to accept a glass ceiling holding them back from elevating their careers.

The next official highlight of their lives will be in Charles County District Court on May 5, 2021, when they have a preliminary hearing before a judge, a hearing that is open to the public so their victims can observe the proceedings at 1:00 pm in Courtroom One.  In spite of being full-time employees of Prince Georges County, they are being provided free attorneys, courtesy of the taxpayers of Maryland.

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