MURDER USA: “NOW HIRING HOOKAH HITMAN” Anoop Aggarwal Sits in Slammer Charged with Trying to Rub Out Waldorf Businessman

MURDER USA: “NOW HIRING HOOKAH HITMAN”  Anoop Aggarwal Sits in Slammer Charged with Trying to Rub Out Waldorf Businessman By Ken Rossignol THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY NEWS ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY ON TRUE CRIME WALDORF, MD. – When a guy who police say just likes to deal in drugs and stolen property in order to make a …

DIRTBAG ROUNDUP: Jimmy Bowles retired once from a prison term, returned again to his burglary roots and is now in the slammer due to DNA match

ABELL, MD. – in what is a historic and legendary crime family of the saga of the Seventh District, once touted in The Washington Post by reporter Eugene L. Meyer as ‘The Barbary Coast’, a new arrest of an old burglar will cause tongues to wag once again as a new generation learns of the misdeeds of the dangerous miscreants known as the Bowles brothers.

Politics in Toons: Starring Maryland Gov. Parris Glendening – When The Washington Post ignored the affair of the liberal Democrat who was sleeping with his deputy chief of staff on love trysts on the state yacht and foreign trips – paid for by the taxpayers –

For two years the Baltimore Sun and The Washington Post both ignored and spiked the story of Maryland Governor Parris Glendening conducting an affair with his Deputy Chief of Staff. Glendening promoted her over other female staff members with whom he was not having sexual relations, giving her $31,000 in raises over a period of three years until ST. MARY’S TODAY broke the story.

Heroes at Work: crashes were regular feature at this intersection prior to traffic light installation.

HEROES AT WORK – 2009 – United Cerebral Palsy passenger bus and pickup collide due to failure to yield the right of way on Rt. 235 at Airport View Drive in Hollywood Md.

D-Day heroes: Clancy Lyall was one of the Band of Brothers

D-Day heroes: Clancy Lyall was one of the Band of Brothers   They Were a ‘Band of Brothers’ on a Rendezvous with Destiny United States Army Airborne Veteran Recalls History’s Best Remembered Invasion over France   LEXINGTON PARK (June 5, 2005 – Updated June 6, 2018) – At just 18-years-old, Clancy Lyall evacuated the C-47 …

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