OPIOID PILL MILLS FUELED BY ROMANCE & GREED: Hillbilly Dealers Collude with Lovers Monica Clark and Michael Scott, say Feds

OPIOID PILL MILLS FUELED BY ROMANCE & GREED: Hillbilly Dealers Collude with Lovers Monica Clark and Michael Scott, say Feds Manager of Pain Clinic, Her Boyfriend, and Customers Facing Federal Charges for a Drug Distribution Conspiracy BALTIMORE, MD. – The feds have shut down a pill mill operation that flourished in Washington, D.C., Maryland, West …

HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: DWI & DRUGS GO TOGETHER LIKE A HORSE & CARRIAGE FOR CRYSTAL BALCH

DWI & DRUGS GO TOGETHER LIKE A HORSE & CARRIAGE FOR CRYSTAL BALCH PRINCE FREDERICK, MD.  – A Lexington Park, Maryland woman faces new drug and DWI charges following her arrest on April 6, 2021 in Prince Frederick. Maryland State Trooper Woolman stopped a Chevy operated by Crystal Dawn Balch, of 20528 Ridge Road, Lexington …

DWI HIT PARADE: Chelsea Shyan Brandon meets the Judge for failing to show up in court for DWI trial; driving while suspended, without insurance

DWI HIT PARADE: Chelsea Shyan Brandon meets the Judge for failing to show up in court for DWI trial; driving while suspended, without insurance LEONARDTOWN, MD. – A Hermanville woman who was arrested for DWI on October 14, 2020, at 4:47 am by Maryland State Trooper C. Riggs as she piloted a 1993 Ford Ranger …

Virginia State Police Trooper & a Convenience Store Clerk Render Life-Saving Aid to Norfolk Resident

Virginia State Police Trooper & a Convenience Store Clerk Render Life-Saving Aid to Norfolk Resident On Monday, March 8, 2021, at approximately 6:18 a.m., a Virginia State Police Trooper was pulling into a convenience store parking lot in the 7500 block of Tidewater Drive, when he observed a man lying on the ground in front …

HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Looking for the fast-track to the grave? Call Travis Nelson!

HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Looking for the fast-track to the grave? Call Travis Nelson! LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – Follow Travis Nelson around if you are in the market for some heroin, might have been the word on the street in Lexington Park. For now, the market for heroin has one less alleged supplier, according to …

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