Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Too many Tavons

Three people are dead*-- a Jeep-driving unidentified woman and also Devell Cess Johns, 26, and Terrell Young, 28 (alias Tavon Brown) after a police pursuit that started near Harford Road and 25th Street and ended on York Road near Northern Parkway in a ball of fire at around 12:30 this morning. No word on why police were pursuing Johns and Young, but Johns-- if it is indeed the same 26-year-old-- has a prodigious criminal and civil record from the past eight years that includes charges for drugs, identity theft, illegal gun possession, driving without a license and failure to pay child support. Jayne Miller reports that Young's record was similarly impressive. Also impressive is the name "Tavon Brown"-- the JIS lists more than 30 offenders by that name, including seven who are 30.
Joey High

County police are ISO a guy named Joey High who shot someone in the thigh* in Randallstown in July. Call 911 if u see.

Sooo the governor has an Op-Ed in the Sun today entitled "less enforcement means more homicides."*
   For you teenagers, transplants and the Googletarded, Martin Joseph O'Malley was mayor of Baltimore from 1999-2007. The murder number never dipped below 250 during his tenure, and in 2005, 2006 and 2007 the city had 269, 274 and 291 murders, respectively. In 2005, police made 108,447 arrests* -- a rate of one arrest for every in 6 residents -- pretty much as mass-arresty as any arrests could massively amass.
    But things got better! O'Malley moved to Annapolis, team Dixon/Bealefeld took over, and in 2008 we had 234 homicides -- an unprecedented 20-something percent drop-- and only 83,439 arrests. In 2009 police made 77,595 arrests and there were 238 murders. Less O'Malley, less homicides. Hurray!
   So why is he stirring this turd? He could be goosing Rick Perry, or taking crab cakes to the latest mass shooting survivors, massaging bay oysters, posing in Under Armour on the pages of Men's Fitness.. why is he on this peculiar disinformation campaign, and who is giving him such crap political advice?

This is more pleasant to contemplate: $50,000 worth of men's shoes. Who the fuck would buy them? Some drug trafficker named Jerome Castle,* apparently, and some federal auction goer's husband is going to be a lucky lucky man.

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