MURDER USA: Allowing lawless criminal element to thrive in Annapolis came home to roost when a stray bullet killed Michelle Cummings, the mom of incoming midshipman at her hotel

MURDER USA: Allowing lawless criminal element to thrive in Annapolis came home to roost when a stray bullet killed Michelle Cummings, the mom of incoming midshipman Reward Increased for Information Involving Murdered Mother of Naval Academy Midshipman Gov. Larry Hogan adds $10,000 in State funds to reward to catch thug who fired the fatal shot …

HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Jason P. Baker Sentenced to 15-Years in Prison for Dealing Fentanyl-Fatal Overdose to Josiah Klaes; Wanted Heroin

HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Jason P. Baker Sentenced to 15-Years in Prison for Dealing Fentanyl-Fatal Overdose to Josiah Klaes; Wanted Heroin ANNAPOLIS, MD – A teenager who believed he was buying heroin for a cheap high was instead sold Fentanyl, one of the chief exports of Communist China – which caused him to die of …

HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Fentanyl Stash in Secret Compartment Leads to 60 Years in Prison for Corey Sessoms

HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Fentanyl Stash in Secret Compartment Leads to 60 Years in Prison for Corey Sessoms ANNAPOLIS, MD – Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Anne Colt Leitess announced that the Anne Arundel Circuit Court Judge Mark W. Crooks sentenced Corey Sessoms, 31, of Baltimore to 60 years in prison. Sessoms received the maximum …

DWI HIT PARADE: GOVERNOR LARRY HOGAN SIGNED TOUGH NEW DWI LAW; NOW IS IN EFFECT YET PROSECUTORS PASS OUT PLEA DEALS LIKE CANDY TO DUI DRIVERS

GOVERNOR LARRY HOGAN SIGNED TOUGH NEW DWI LAW; NOW IS IN EFFECT – Maryland got serious with Noah’s Law, now impaired drivers will be put through the mill; IF prosecutors do their jobs House Bill 707: Drunk and Drugged Driving Offenses—Penalties The 2019 session was the third year in a row in which Governor Hogan …

ANNAPOLIS POLICE BEAT: Armed Robber and Drug Dealer Devontay Alphonso Butler Wasn’t Wanted in the Projects, But Showed Up Anyway with Drugs to Sell to the Hoodsters

ANNAPOLIS, MD. – Two local personalities of crime and drugs in the City Annapolis found new residences in the Anne Arundel County Jail after being busted by a police task force. One of the alleged drug dealers may have been given a prophecy as part of his name at birth in that his middle name was made famous by the Mobster Al Capone.

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