Monday, February 26, 2007

February 26

Judge John M. Glynn sentenced Alvin Augustus Williams, 26, of the 6000 block of Marquette Road, Baltimore County, to 60 years in prison. Judge Glynn sentenced Williams to 30 years for the murder, 25 years for the assault and 5 years for the firearm count and ordered that the sentences run consecutively. This is the maximum penalty Williams faced under law. Assistant State's Attorney Sam Yee prosecuted, and Baltimore City jury convicted on January 12 for second-degree murder, first-degree assault and possession of a firearm. On November 12, 2005 Williams shot and killed Brian Jones, 34, of Millersville, MD in the 1100 block of South Ellwood Street. Jones was leaving a Canton nightspot with a friend when Williams approached them with a rifle and opened fire.

Ever wonder how "" managed to maintain such a shrill level of prolific vitriol for so long?
Notice how the site, archive and all, utterly vanished right after the Ehrlich defeat?
That's right, kids ... if you suspected that and "SoccerDad" were Republican inventions, you get a Gold Star (on a red Flag)!

Kane: Beef Begets Beef, so let's make hamburger.

HoCo: Kevin Francis Klink, 18, was arrested after the fatal baseball-bat-beating of Robert Brazell at Mt. Hebron High School early Sunday morning. He was HoCo's first murder of 2007.

AAC: A dead UnID'd 50-something white man was found dead in a streambed on Max Blobs Park Road.


HoCoJoe said...

Are there any judicial guidelines for consecutive vs concurent when it comes to Sentencing? Or is it just a whim of the judge?

burgersub said...

lol max blob

Dopple said...

Blobs Park Road is pretty desolate unless there's a parade on the huge Bavarian style fairgrounds...or a drunk fest at the Octoberfest-like park itself. Hard to believe someone was taking a stroll by the stream in the snow.

Anonymous said...

So, Baltimore City's going to be a smoke free city. The libertarian in me just died a little on the inside.

Here lies the rub though - it I don't like the smoke, I can pretty easily get away for it by going to another place. Its not as hard to escape crime - especially if you live in Galtimore.

Get your priorities straight, or get used to more crime here.