Saturday, June 19, 2010

News of the Weird

Utah executes man by firing squad (& Tweets about it)

Former first daughter robbed

Two bikes stolen from Jenna Bush

Ripping off the police

Ever get a call soliciting a donations for a FOP lodge. Well two men were sentenced for collecting donations which they pocketed by a federal judge yesterday.

Meanwhile, Baltimore man who shot at a Westminster Sheriff arrested in Hagerstown.

Friday, June 18, 2010

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Child Movie Stars Never Turn Out Ok...

Star of "Boys of Baraka" is among 22 Gilmor Homes residents indicted by federal court.

Another guilty plea in the large scale pawn shop money laundering case.

Finally, a more in def look into the background of some of the people who have used the safe surrender program.

Arrest in dog killing case

Police have arrested two boys, pretty young, in connection with the death of the dog found hanging on a fence

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Child porn sentence

30 years for a Parkville child pornographer who took distributed images of a disabled girl in his custody.

Justice For Raven Wyatt

Lamont Davis got life plus 30 years after judge Rasin rejected his motion for a new trial. Now we wait and see what the Court of Special Appeals does with this case.

Calvin Lockner's trial for beating up a 76-year old man was postponed. He'd better cover up that Hitler tattoo whenever he finally does end up in front of a jury!

Have you seen this man?

He took a shot a Carrol County cop, they think he may be in Baltimore

More details on the death of the census worker.

Monday, June 14, 2010

One More Murder In This Town

A census worker was shot and killed last week.

A 25-year old from Glen Burnie became Annapolis's third murder victim of the year over the weekend.

Two men have been charged with first-degree murder for the slaying of Trooper Wesley Brown. I'm sure nobody is surprised that both of them have "extensive" criminal records.

Ten men have been arrested for soliciting prostitutes in Laurel. The cops were kind enough to release their names and home towns.