MURDER USA: Dustin Westwood charged with DUI drugs in death of Kimberly Linnae Billie Brown

MURDER USA: Dustin Westwood charged with DUI drugs in death of Kimberly Linnae Billie Brown BRIDGEVILLE, DEL. – The murder of a woman in Bridgeville by an alleged drug-impaired driver has left a family grieving and the accused DUI driver in jail. The Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit is continuing to investigate the fatal …

CRIME AND DECLINE IN LEXINGTON PARK: Tyquan Wills gets free air and free hotel in Baltimore trauma unit

CRIME AND DECLINE IN LEXINGTON PARK: Tyquan Wills gets free air and free hotel in Baltimore trauma unit LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – A local drug figure who can’t figure out how to get a job now is resting in a trauma unit in Baltimore after catching some flying lead while dealing with his friendly compatriots …

HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL – Drugs, money, and guns swept up with the James “Tellz” Frazier’s crew in sweep throughout Delmarva

HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL – Drugs, money and guns swept up with the James “Tellz” Frazier’s crew in sweep throughout Delmarva CAMBRIDGE, MD. – DOVER DEL. – Roundingup alleged drug dealers who have their bags packed full of suspected cocaine, meth, heroin and marijuana was a team effort for law officers in the Delmarva region …

MURDER USA: MS-13 Gang Member Deported Back to El Salvador

“Individuals who are wanted by foreign governments for criminal activity—as in this case, an alien charged with membership in a terrorist organization—have absolutely no place in our country,” said ERO Baltimore Field Office Director Diane Witte.

El Chapo Guilty: King of Sinaloa Cartel faces life in a slammer without hope of tunnel

Joaquin “EL CHAPO” Guzman, Sinaloa Cartel leader, convicted of running a continuing criminal enterprise and other drug-related charges WASHINGTON – Joaquin Archivaldo Guzman Loera, known by various aliases, including “El Chapo” and “El Rapido,” was convicted on Feb. 12, 2019, by a federal jury in Brooklyn, New York of being a principal operator of a continuing …

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