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    A 20-year-old man is facing charges after police said a handgun was found in a trash can on Long Island. Mark Shan, of Freeport, was arrested for an incident that happened in Uniondale at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 27, according to the Nassau County Police Department. Officers responded to a home on Jaffa Avenue for a report of a found gun, NCPD said. A witness told police that an unknown man had left a backpack in a garbage can, and a Jimenez Arms handgun was found inside the bag, authorities said. Investigators determined that Shand was responsible for the firearm, and he was charged with criminal possession of a firearm and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, NCPD said. Police said Shand was arraigned on Wednesday, Sept. 28, police said.
    A 45-year-old man is facing weapons charges after police said he was found in possession of a knife and a gun on Long Island. The incident happened in Roosevelt at 2:20 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 26, the Nassau County Police Department said. Officers responded to a report of a fight at a home on Washington Avenue and located Mauricio Cortez Flores, of Roosevelt, police said. Police said Flores was intoxicated and appeared to be irate. He refused verbal commands and resisted arrest, authorities said.  Police said Flores was also found to be in possession of a gun and a knife. No injuries were reported, police said. Flores was charged with: Fourth-degree criminal mischief Criminal possession of a firearm Two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon His arraignment was scheduled for Monday, Sept. 26, police said.
    A Washington, DC man accidentally got himself arrested on multiple gun charges following a bizarre incident that played out in Maryland, state police said. Marcel Howard Hayes, 40, was arrested by Maryland State Police troopers in Annapolis who were called by Hayes to investigate a possible shooting in the area of Route 50, the agency announced late on Tuesday, Sept. 27. Shortly before 2:45 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 26, troopers from the Annapolis Barrack received a call from a driver - later identified as Hayes - advising that he was being chased, investigators said. Troopers were able to locate Hayes in the area of Annapolis Street and Monterey Avenue in Annapolis inside a silver Acura ILX with District of Columbia tags. Once they made contact with Hayes, troopers said that they observed a bullet hole through the front windshield of his car, which investigators believe may have come from inside the vehicle. While conducting a nearby ground search, troopers located a black Ruger handgun. A search of the vehicle resulted in the recovery of several shell casings and...
    A man prohibited from possessing a firearm is facing charges in Maryland after being busted by investigators with a handgun in a quiet St. Mary’s town. St. Inigoes resident Taquan Anthony Berry, 24, was arrested by members of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday, Sept. 27 following an investigation into an alleged weapons offense. Officials said that detectives from the sheriff’s office Criminal Investigations Division executed a search and seizure warrant at his home, where they seized a loaded handgun, which Berry is prohibited by law from possessing. Berry remains in custody at the St. Mary's County Detention and Rehabilitation Center in Leonardtown as he awaits making an init
    A 24-year-old New York man who threatened to punch a volunteer at a Hudson County animal shelter was found with two guns and a high-capacity handgun magazine, authorities said. Police were called to the Secaucus Animal Shelter on the Meadowlands Parkway around 3:50 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25, where a man later identified as Cordell Phillip was arguing with volunteers, Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller said. Phillip, of College Point, was arguing over procedure for turning an injured dog over to them, and threatened to punch one of the volunteers then threatened another volunteer saying he had a gun, the chief said. Officers stopped Phillip on Meadowlands Parkway near the Animal Shelter, where he told police that he had a gun. Phillip was arrested and found with a Keltec “Sub 2000” .40 caliber semi-automatic carbine and Panther Arms DPMS BB rifle, Miller said. A search of Cordell Phillip’s vehicle uncovered a loaded .40 caliber Glock handgun magazine along with a separate “high capacity” handgun magazine. Phillip was charged with Terroristic Threats [2C:12-3A], Unlawful Possession of Handgun Ammunition [2C:58-3.3B], Possession of Large...
    A man released from jail on a $10,000 bond for violating his probation is facing multiple new charges following an alleged violent assault of a woman in Maryland. Branden Alfred Holland, 23, of Indian Head, was arrested following an investigation into a domestic assault when he pistol-whipped his female victim and threatened her in Charles County, authorities announced on Monday, Sept. 26. It is alleged that Holland attacked a woman, during which he threw her to the ground, dragged her across the asphalt, pistol-whipped her, and pointed the gun at her while threatening to shoot her. She managed to break free and run for help, according to the sheriff's office. Holland then fled the scene. Holland was located by members of the Charles County Sheriff's Office in Bryans Road during a search for the wanted man, and he was ultimately spotted in a truck in the 6900 block of Indian Head Highway, where officers were able to apprehend him without incident. Investigators said that a search of Holland and his vehicle led to the seizure of two “ghost”...
    A Maryland man will spend years behind bars after being busted with crack cocaine by police investigating a separate incident, the Calvert County State’s Attorney announced. Prince George’s County County resident Steven Terrell Wheeler, 27, of Beltsville, was sentenced on Monday, Sept. 26 in Calvert County Circuit Court to 12 years in prison for intent to distribute cocaine, officials said, with an additional seven years for violating his probation from a 2020 assault case. The total sentence reached 19 years, according to the state's attorney. Police said that Wheeler was initially arrested for violating a protective order in an unrelated case and taken to the Calvert County Detention Center, where he was found to be in possession of: $3,053.00 in cash; 58 baggies containing 16 ½ grams of crack cocaine; One bag containing 23 grams of cocaine powder. 
"Calvert County State’s Attorney Robert Harvey wishes to thank Senior State’s Attorney Lee Ann Bell for her outstanding work on this case,” officials stated. “In addition to the prison sentence, the State is seeking forfeiture of the money.” 
    A Boston police officer somehow escaped injury after officials said a man shot him multiple times over the weekend while he sat in his car near an elementary school.  Alberto Polanco, 20, of Roxbury, is charged in the alleged attack just after 6 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 25, the Boston Police Department said.  The officer was in his unmarked patrol car at 43 Waumbeck Street near Trotter Elementary School when police say Polanco walked over and started firing. He then ran away, authorities said. The officer wasn't injured in the shooting, and he did not return fire, officials said.  The officer was shot twice, but he gave responding police a description of the shooter and which way he ran off. They arrested Polanco nearby. Officials charged Polanco with assault with a firearm, unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, and discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a dwelling, police said.  “... This is another example of some of the bravery that our officers meet every single day in the challenges of doing police work. I am so happy...
    A 19-year-old man is facing weapons charges after police said he pointed a gun at a woman during an argument on Long Island. Xavier Kewley, of Lakeview, was arrested following an incident that happened at 4:50 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 24, the Nassau County Police Department said. Officers responded to a home in Lakeview, and spoke to a 40-year-old woman who reported she was in an argument with a man, who police later identified as Kewley, NCPD said. Kewley allegedly arrived at the home with several other people to fight the woman's 17-year-old foster daughter, police reported. The woman said Kewley pointed a firearm at her before leaving the scene, authorities said. Police then located Kewley in Harold Walker Memorial Park and pursued him on foot, NCPD said. NCPD said Kewley resisted arrest, injuring an officer. Kewley and the officer were taken to hospitals for assessment and treatment, police said. A loaded Ruger LCP .380 caliber defaced handgun was recovered at the scene, according to the report. NCPD said Kewley was charged with: Criminal possession of a firearm Second-degree criminal possession of a loaded...
    REDWOOD CITY – A 32-year-old San Carlos man has been arrested in connection with a summertime shooting at a Redwood City park that resulted in lockdowns of a nearby Boys & Girls Club and an elementary school, according to police. No one was hit in the Aug. 19 shooting, but multiple rounds struck the club, police said. Both the club and Hoover Elementary School were locked down following the attack. An investigation resulted in the identification of the suspect, Redwood City police said in a statement. Detectives on Wednesday served a search warrant at his home and arrested him. He was found with a loaded, illegally possessed Glock handgun as well as more than three quarters of an ounce of methamphetamine, according to police. In addition, more than $3,000 was seized as evidence of illegal drug sales, police said. The suspect was booked into San Mateo County jail on charges of attempted murder, negligent discharge of a firearm, felon in possession of a firearm, felon in possession of ammunition, possession of a controlled substance with a firearm and possession of...
    OAKLAND — A man with eight felony convictions has been charged with murder in the October 2020 stabbing death of another man near a West Oakland homeless camp they both lived at occasionally, according to authorities and court documents. Jamel Morris, 48, who was arrested Sept. 17 at another West Oakland homeless camp, is charged in the death of Brian Drohan, 36. Morris was being held without bail at Santa Rita Jail and was scheduled to enter a plea on Sept. 29. The stabbing happened about 1:18 p.m. October 26, 2020 in the 2400 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Way, a short distance from a homeless encampment where both men lived off and on, police said. Authorities said the men were acquaintances and that the stabbing apparently was the result of a dispute over property. According to court documents, Drohan was walking when Morris rode up to him on a bicycle and stabbed him in the left arm with a knife before riding away on the bicycle. Drohan, who was bleeding profusely, ran to the intersection of 25th Street...
    Maryland State Police investigators say that they’ve apprehended a wanted man who was busted with a stolen 9mm handgun out of Washington, DC, and multiple rounds of ammunition in Baltimore City. Baltimore resident James David Thomas, a fugitive wanted by the City Police Department is facing multiple charges after being tracked down and arrested in an apartment in the 1200 block of West Mount Royal Avenue in Baltimore, the agency announced on Friday, Sept. 23. Specifically, Thomas was charged with illegal possession of a regulated firearm, possession of a stolen firearm, and illegal possession of ammunition after being arrested on two open warrants. On Wednesday, Sept. 21, as troopers were arresting Thomas on an open warrant, officials noted that investigators found a live round of ammunition on the floor of the residence, prompting Maryland State Police to apply for a search and seizure warrant. Shortly after 11 a.m. on Wednesday morning, troopers executed the search warrant on the apartment which resulted in the recovery of a 9mm handgun hidden between a mattress and box spring that was loaded with nine...
    Getty A correctional facility in the U.S. Former “Real Housewives of Orange County” star Lauri Peterson’s son Josh Waring appeared in court on Monday, September 19, 2022, and pleaded guilty to drug charges, after which he was sentenced to two years in prison. According to the Los Angeles Times, Waring, 33, pleaded guilty to “a felony count of possession of a controlled substance with the intent to sell, one count of possession of a stun gun with a prior conviction, three counts of possession of a controlled substance, and one count of possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, all misdemeanors.” Peterson’s son was given credit for the 106 days already spent in custody. Carrie Braun, a spokesperson for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, shared that Waring was found in possession of fentanyl and methamphetamine, the outlet wrote. Follow the Heavy on Bravolebrities Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors and content!A Sheriff’s Department Spokesperson Said That Waring Was Found With Bags of Fentanyl View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lauri Peterson...
    A 47-year-old man from Lowell was arrested on several gun, drug and driving offenses during a routine traffic stop in Tewksbury, authorities said.  Daniel DiGiovanni was arrested after a Tewksbury Police detective noticed him driving a vehicle with an expired registration around 8:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 21, Tewksbury Police Chief Ryan Columbus reports. When the detective stopped the car, they learned that DiGiovanni was driving with a suspended license. A subsequent search the vehicle uncovered two small baggies containing fentanyl and crack cocaine and a 9mm semi-automatic handgun with a loaded, 17-round magazine, Columbus reports.  DiGiovanni was charged with the following:  Carrying a Firearm Without a License (Second Offense) Possession of a Large Capacity Firearm Possession of Ammunition Without an FID Card (Subsequent Offense) Possession of a Class A Substance (Subsequent Offense) Possession of a Class B Substance (Subsequent Offense) Operating With a Suspended License (Subsequent Offense) Unregistered Motor Vehicle He will be arraigned in Lowell District Court on Thursday. 
    New details have been revealed in the incident that caused a lockdown at several schools in the Allentown area on Thursday, Sept. 15, and ended with the arrest of a juvenile with a loaded gun. William Allen High School, Raub Middle School, and Union Terrace Elementary all were placed on lockdown as a precaution after officers received a report of a person with a weapon on Linden Street in West Park around 8:50 a.m., Allentown police said. Though the armed teen was eventually taken into custody, District Attorney Jim Martin revealed Wednesday, Sept. 21 that the 14-year-old boy was actually arrested inside the building with a loaded semi-automatic handgun, unlike what authorities had reported last week. Police initially said the boy was arrested in the area but did not specify where. It was unclear if the teen had any intention of using the gun. Martin explained that the school district was aware that the student ended up in the building, after apparently running from West Park to the school. He had on an ankle monitor that allowed police to track his location...
    A 32-year-old man was charged after police said he was found in possession of a loaded revolver, more than a kilogram of marijuana, and illegal mushrooms during a traffic stop in Connecticut.  The incident happened on I-84 westbound in Hartford on Wednesday, Sept. 21, Connecticut State Police said. Troopers saw a Mercedes-Benz swerving and failing to maintain a proper lane position near Exit 44 at about 11 p.m., police said. Police pulled the vehicle over on the Exit 40 off-ramp, according to the report. State Police said the driver, identified as Steven Samuels, of New Britain, was found to be wanted on an arrest warrant from the Farmington Police Department. After police detained Samuels, they saw a "large amount" of marijuana in the vehicle, according to the report.  Police reported finding the following during a search of the Mercedes: A loaded revolver More than one kilogram of marijuana 231 grams of illegal mushrooms packaged for sale Vials containing crack cocaine Items used for the sale of illegal drugs and narcotics According to the report, Samuels was charged with: ...
    A driver and passenger were arrested for selling drugs following a traffic stop in Morris County, authorities said. Jeanne Hicks, 51, of Denville, was pulled over on Lackawanna Avenue in Denville for motor vehicle violations on Monday, Sept. 19, Police Capt. Jeffrey Tucker said. A follow-up investigation found that Hicks, as well as the vehicle’s passenger, Ronald Washington, 62, of Dover, were in possession of drugs and paraphernalia, Tucker said in a release. Washington was also found with a large amount of cash, police said. Both were arrested and charged with possession of drugs with intent to distribute, conspiracy to distribute, and additional drug charges before being held in the Morris County Correctional Facility.
    A 13-year-old Paterson drug dealer was carrying a loaded gun when Passaic County sheriff's officers busted him and a customer from Bergen County on a city street corner, Passaic County Sheriff Richard H. Berdnik said. Adam Sanchez, 27, of East Rutherford, had just pulled up in a Volkwagen when Passaic County Sheriff's Officer Peter Pelle and Ashraf Aburoumi approached them at the corner of Summer Street and Van Houten Avenue, the sheriff said. The juvenile admitted having the weapon, which turned out to be a 9mm Ruger P65DC loaded with eight rounds of ball-point ammo, he said. The gun had been reported stolen out of Coaldale, PA, Berdnik said. Sanchez, meanwhile, was found with multiple folds and vials of heroin and crack, along with syringes, he said. He was charged with possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia and released pending court action, the sheriff said. The minor was sent to the Essex County Juvenile Detention Center in Newark on a delinquency complaint charging him with weapons possession and receiving stolen property.
    A 32-year-old Newark man was near a Trenton school when he was found with 60 heroin decks, crack-cocaine, and a semi-automatic handgun with a high-capacity magazine, authorities charged. Trenton VCU Detectives found Rashaon A. Williams with a Taurus .9mm semi-automatic handgun after seeing a bulge in his waistband while patrolling Brunswick Avenue, police said in a release on Wednesday, Sept. 21. A follow-up investigation found that the weapon had a high-capacity magazine loaded with hollow point ammunition. Williams was also found with 60 decks of heroin and 3 grams of crack-cocaine, police said. Williams was determined to have a previous NERA conviction and be a certain person not to possess a handgun/ammunition. The incident also occurred within 1,000 feet of a school, according to police. Williams was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a handgun, unlawful possession of hollow-point rounds, possession of heroin, possession of heroin with intent, and numerous additional weapons and drug offenses.
    Baltimore County detectives have identified two individuals connected to placing an explosive device inside of a vehicle parked outside of Pine Grove Middle School that caused the evacuation of two schools, authorities say. Joseph Vickery, 43, and Kristen Vickery, 39, were identified as the individuals arrested after a suspicious package was reported outside of the school, confirm Baltimore County police. Baltimore County police were first made aware of an individual who was possibly in possession of an explosive device by Howard County police on Monday, Sept. 19. Police were able to detain one of the individuals around 11:30 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 20 shortly after the device was found inside of the car parked near Pine Grove Middle School. The second suspect was detained during the evacuation of Pine Grove Middle School and Pine Grove Elementary School. Joseph Vickery has been charged with several possession of explosive device-related charges, with CDS possession with intent to distribute and firearm-related charges, stemming from illicit drugs and a weapon discovered in the vehicle. Kristen Vickery has also been charged CDS possession with intent to distribute....
    Shane A. Tieman, Scioto County Prosecutor announced today that the September term of the Scioto County Grand Jury met on September 16 and returned 22 Public Indictments. The Defendants Indicted are charged as follows: Amy C. Thurman, 41 Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on: Failure to Appear Mary Elizabeth Francis, 36 Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on: 2 Counts Failure to Appear Kristie Walker, 40 Hurricane, West Virginia, was indicted on: Failure to Appear Missy Jane Branyord, 37 Piketon, Ohio, was indicted on: Failure to Appear Teresa Ann Pacheco, 46 Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on: 3 Counts Having Weapons while under Disability Improperly Handling Firearms in a Motor Vehicle Trafficking in Cocaine Trafficking in a Fentanyl-Related Compound Possession of a Fentanyl-Related Compound Possession of Cocaine Possessing Drug Abuse Instruments Nonconforming Glass in Motor Vehicle Stefhon Dajuan Dehayno Greathouse, 18 Columbus, Ohio, was indicted on: Improperly Handling Firearms in a Motor Vehicle Trafficking in Cocaine Trafficking in a Fentanyl-Related Compound Possession of a Fentanyl-Related Compound Possession of Cocaine Possessing Drug Abuse Instruments Roger Eugene Turner, III, 49 Wheelersburg, Ohio, was indicted on: 2...
    A 17-year-old boy is facing drug and firearm charges after police in Western Massachusetts said he was found in possession of a loaded handgun and a "substantial amount" of cocaine. The Pittsfield Police Department in Berkshire County received a report about a teenager who was in possession of a firearm on Monday, Sept. 19, police said. The teenager, whose identity was not released, was arrested shortly after the arrest warrant was issued and found in possession of cocaine, a handgun, and a "large quantity" of cash, police said. Authorities said he was charged with: Carrying a loaded firearm without a license Possession of ammunition without an FID Card Trafficking in cocaine Possessing a firearm in the commission of a felony Violation of probation His arraignment was set for Tuesday, Sept. 20, police said.  Pittsfield Police said this is the sixth time the department has arrested a juvenile for firearms charges in the past six months. Authorities said anyone with information about the case can call Officer Virgilio at 413-448-9700 Ext. 607.
    Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of illegal drugs and an alleged dealer were taken off the streets in Maryland as members of the Frederick County Sheriff's Office executed a massive drug bust, officials said. Frederick resident Jeffery Lynn Osborn Bowie, 30, was the target of a wide-ranging drug investigation spanning several agencies that led to the search and seizure of multiple warrants that led to more than $330,000 in drugs and cash being recovered. Officers from multiple agencies executed warrants at homes in the 600 block of West Patrick Street and the 1400 block of Taney Avenue at approximately 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 20 following a lengthy investigation into a "major cocaine dealer operating in Frederick County." As a result of the executed warrants, investigators seized: Five pounds of cocaine; Twelve pounds of marijuana; Seventy grams of crack/cocaine; Numerous oxycodone pills; $32,880 in cash. Bowie was charged with: Two counts of Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS) – Possession with intent to distribute (PWID) a narcotic; Four counts of CDS: PWID on a...
    Three men are facing charges after allegedly leading police on a highway chase in a stolen vehicle through the region, authorities said. New York State Police troopers in Northern Westchester attempted to stop the vehicle, which had been reported stolen, at around 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, as it drove on I-684 in the town of Bedford. The driver refused to stop, leading troopers on a 13-mile pursuit that finally ended at the I-84 interchange in the village of Brewster in Putnam County, police said. That's where troopers deployed a spike strip, disabling the vehicle. All three suspects then fled on foot.  They were located and arrested a short time later with the help of a Putnam County Sheriff’s Office K-9 unit. Police identified the three Connecticut men, who are all from Waterbury, as Josiah Eleby, age 19; Ervin Barr, age 21; and Shadeed Turner, age 20. Eleby, who troopers said was in illegal possession of a 9mm Glock 43 handgun, was charged with multiple crimes, including criminal possession of a firearm and obstruction of governmental administration, both felonies....
    A Maryland man with a stolen handgun and illegal magazine is facing charges following a traffic stop in St. Mary's County, the sheriff's office announced. Lexington Park resident Rondell James Thompson, 23, was stopped by a deputy from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday, Sept. 20 in the 21900 block of Spring Valley Drive following a traffic violation. During the stop, a spokesperson for the sheriff’s office said that Thompson attempted to drive away and proceeded to ditch his vehicle before fleeing on foot. He was quickly apprehended, officials said, and inside his vehicle deputies seized a loaded handgun with a 50-round drum magazine that had been reported stolen in August 2021. In the trunk of the vehicle, investigators also located a backpack with “a sufficient quantity of suspected marijuana.” Thompson was charged with: Possession of a regulated firearm that was stolen; Assault weapon/magazine use; Loaded handgun on a person; Handgun in a vehicle; Controlled Dangerous Substance: Possession of firearms; Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person. He remains incarcerated at the St....
    Reports of a suspicious man lying in the hallway of an apartment building in Maryland led to new charges for a convicted felon who was busted with an illegal, stolen handgun. Waldorf resident Delonta Maurice Coates, 35, was arrested by members of the Charles County Sheriff's Office in the 3000 block of Gallery Place after officers were called to check on his welfare in the building, the agency announced on Tuesday, Sept. 20. Upon arrival, officers said that they found Coates on the ground with a bullet next to him and an alleged firearm in his pocket. They also determined that he was conscious, not injured, and was possibly intoxicated. Further investigation determined that the gun was loaded and had been reported stolen in November 2021, and a check found that Coates was prohibited from possessing regulated firearms due to a previous felony conviction. Coates was charged with: Illegal possession of a regulated firearm; Possession of a stolen firearm; Illegal possession of ammunition; Illegal carrying of a concealed weapons; Other undisclosed charges. He was released from...
    A 20-year-old woman was released by a district court commissioner in Maryland after being busted with drugs and a loaded weapon in Charles County, according to officials. Silver Spring resident Nailah Imani Rogers is facing charges following a traffic stop near the intersection of Indian Head Highway and Metropolitan Church Road, the Charles County Sheriff’s Office announced on Tuesday, Sept. 20. Investigators said that shortly before 4:15 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 18, a patrol officer initiated a traffic stop in the area after observing a speeding driver - later identified as Rogers - crossing the intersection. During the subsequent stop, police said that the officer detected “a strong odor of burnt marijuana” and further investigation led to the seizure of 57 grams of suspected pot that was packaged in several plastic baggies, and a loaded gun that was found in the driver’s side of the vehicle. Rogers was charged with possession of a loaded handgun in a vehicle and possession of a controlled dangerous substance. No return court date has been announced.
    Shane A. Tieman, Scioto County Prosecutor announced today that the September term of the Scioto County Grand Jury met on September 9 and returned 14 Public Indictments. The Defendants Indicted are charged as follows: James Scott Mullins, 32 Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on: Failure to Appear Kevin L. Bocook, 62 Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on: Failure to Appear Timothy Clay Harvey, 59 Bethel, Ohio, was indicted on: Aggravated Possession of Drugs Joanne Dominique Beamon, 33 Huntington, West Virginia, was indicted on: Trafficking in Marihuana Trafficking in Cocaine Possession of Cocaine Dashea Lasal Thomas, 26 Inkster, Michigan, was indicted on: Trafficking in Marihuana Trafficking in Cocaine Possession of Cocaine Amir Xavier Terrell Peake, 22 Akron, Ohio, was indicted on: Having Weapons while under Disability Javon Earl Penson, 24 Akron, Ohio, was indicted on: Having Weapons while under Disability Marcus Wilson Riley, 25 Sciotoville, Ohio, was indicted on: Aggravated Vehicular Assault Endangering Children Glenda Michelle Murphy, 28 New Boston, Ohio, was indicted on: Illegal Conveyance of Drugs of Abuse onto Grounds of a Specified Governmental Facility Aggravated Possession of Drugs Possession of...
    Two men have been arrested in connection with a robbery on July  10, at a Secaucus gas, authorities announced on Monday, Sept. 19.  Taquan Andrews, 20, of Newark, NJ and Ramir Skipwith, 24, of Elizabeth, NJ were arrested in connection with a robbery at the Exxon Gas Station located at 209 Route 3 East at 6:35 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 13, Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller tells Daily Voice.  Secaucus Police Department Anti-Crime Unit filed the following charges against the two men Robbery, Aggravated Assault, Theft, Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, a Handgun, Possession of a Weapon, a Handgun, for an Unlawful Purpose. Conspiracy to commit Robbery, and Receiving Stolen Property. Both men were already in jail in Union County when the Secaucus police filed these charges, which is were they remain pending a preliminary hearing, according to Miller. 
    A 22-year-old man was found with a distributable amount of crack-cocaine after attempting to ditch a handgun with a high-capacity magazine during a chase involving Trenton Police, authorities said. Officers patrolling the area of Boudinot Street tried to stop Papino Lloyd after seeing him with a handgun and a high-capacity magazine, Trenton Police said in a release on Monday, Sept. 19. Lloyd then fled, discarding the weapon in the process, before being found with a Polymer handgun with a high-capacity magazine without a serial number and a distributable amount of crack-cocaine within 1000 feet of a school and 500 feet of a park, according to police. Lloyd was later found to be classified as a certain person not to possession a handgun/ammunition, authorities said. Lloyd was charged with unlawful possession of a handgun, prohibited weapons and devices (high-capacity magazine), defaced firearm, possession of crack-cocaine, obstruction, resisting arrest, as well as numerous additional weapons and drug offenses. Police also confiscated 20 grams of crack-cocaine and a Polymer 80 .9mm semi-automatic handgun with a high-capacity magazine.
    Eighteen people were arrested and charged as part of a several-month investigation into the distribution of meth, heroin, cocaine, and suboxone in Hunterdon County, authorities announced on Monday, Sept. 19. The investigation was launched by the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office with assistance from the Clinton Township Police Department Investigative Division after numerous complaints were received regarding narcotic activity along Route 22 in Clinton Township, Prosecutor Renée Robeson said. The following suspects were arrested and charged as part of the investigation, Robeson said: Leonard S. Jones 4th, 48, of Hillsborough, was charged with three counts of distribution of cocaine and one count of tampering with evidence Jessica Andreko, 44, of Monmouth Junction, was charged with conspiracy to distribute cocaine Charles Mornick, 34, of Villas, was a wanted person and charged with distribution of cocaine Cannon Wagner, 25, of Phillipsburg, was charged with possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of suboxone, unlawful possession of a prescription legend drug, and possession of drug paraphernalia Jonathan Todaro, 32, of Rock Hill, SC, was charged with burglary committed on Monday, May 30,...
    A suspect has been charged after a broad-daylight robbery at a Long Island 7-Eleven. It happened around 2:40 p.m. Friday, Sept. 16 in Uniondale. A 22-year-old man was making a delivery to the 7-Eleven located at 333 Oak St., when the suspect entered his delivery truck and removed his cell phone and backpack, Nassau County Police said.  The victim approached the suspect who then displayed a knife before fleeing the scene on foot, according to police Officers located the subject, Felix White, age 37, of Hempstead, a short time later and placed him under arrest without incident, police said.   White was also in possession of a glass pipe containing a white powdery substance believed to be crack cocaine, said police. Further investigation revealed the defendant was responsible for multiple petit larcenies that occurred in July from a Home Depot located at 172 Fulton Ave. in Hempstead. White has been charged with: First-degree robbery, Third-degree criminal possession of a weapon Seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, Three counts of petit larceny.  He has been scheduled to be arraigned Saturday,...
    An 18-year-old man playing with a gun accidentally shot his friend in South Jersey, authorities said. Jah-son Jones, of Pemberton, was at 19-year-old Nasiah Carson's home on South Coles Avenue in Maple Shade, when the two were playing with a handgun that they thought was unloaded, and Jones pointed it at Carson squeezed the trigger around 3:45 a.m. Friday, Sept. 15, Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw said. Carson was taken to Cooper University Medical Center in Camden by others in the home after the shooting occurred, and was pronounced dead just after arriving. A cartridge was in the chamber, and the firearm discharged, striking Carson. Jah-son Jones was charged this afternoon with Reckless Manslaughter, Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose and Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, all second-degree offenses. He was lodged in the Burlington County Jail in Mount Holly pending a detention hearing in Superior Court. The investigation was conducted by the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office and the Maple Shade Police Department. The lead investigators are BCPO Detectives Dan Schules and Melyssa Alonso, and MSPD Detective Jeff Engel. Jones...
    A 33-year-old man from the region has been nabbed for allegedly smashing windows and stealing property from vehicles. Sullivan County resident Philip A. Jacobs, age 33, of Monticello was arrested on Thursday, Sept. 15, following an investigation into numerous break-ins. According to Lt. Mark Johnstone of the Monticello Polie, Jacobs was arrested following an investigation into multiple complaints received by the department of vehicles being broken into and then property stolen throughout the Village of Monticello.  On Wednesday, Sept. 14, Monticello officers while on patrol and checking the Short Line Bus Terminal lot on Sturgis road discovered 12 vehicles that had windows broken out, Johnstone said. Officers continued making checks of the lot throughout the day and overnight hours. At 2:30 a.m., Thursday, officers discovered an additional three vehicles with windows broken out, he added. While checking those vehicles, Philips was discovered hiding in the backseat of one of them, Johnstone said. Following his arrest, Johnstone said Philips was found to be in possession of credit/debit cards that had been stolen and used or had been attempted to be used at different business locations.  He was also...
    A monthlong investigation led to police making a massive drug bust in Maryland, the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office announced. California resident Tercell Javon Blackiston, 34, is facing multiple charges following the execution of search and seizure warrants at three residences he used to allegedly store and distribute cocaine in St. Mary’s County, officials said. The warrants were executed at Blackiston’s residence in the 23000 block of Chestnut Oak Court in California, a residence in the 46000 block of Pegg Lane in Lexington Park, and a residence in the 43000 block of Pump House Lane in Callaway. Officials said that investigators seized: $24,929 in cash; Three ounces of cocaine with a street value of $5,400; Proceeds from drugs sales valued at $60,000; A half ounce of crack cocaine with a street value of $1,415; Cocaine processing materials; 9mm handgun. The investigation concluded on Wednesday, Sept. 14 when members of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Vice/Narcotics Division, with the assistance from the Emergency Services Team (EST), the Patrol Division, K-9 units, and the Charles County SWAT team...
    Two men have been nabbed for allegedly selling THC chocolate bars and marijuana at an area convenience store. The arrests took place in East Meadow around 2 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 14 at the 1212 Exotic Convenience Store.  According to Nassau County detectives, an investigation was conducted at the 1212 Exotic Convenience Store, located at 386 East Meadow Ave. During the investigation, police determined THC chocolate bars believed to contain psilocybin mushrooms, and a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana, were being sold at the store, police said. Ameen S. Ahmed, of Manhattan, and Ahmed Ajomai of Mastic in Suffolk County were arrested without incident. Ages were not available. Ahmed was charged with five counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful sale of cannabis. Ajomai was charged with three counts of criminal. possession of a controlled substance.
    KIM Kardashian has revealed details regarding her mom Kris Jenner's will and which grandchild will inherit her most prized designer bag. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum slammed her mother on The Late Late Show with James Corden this Wednesday night regarding her first photoshoot with Karl Lagerfeld. 5Kim discussed her mom Kris's will on the Late Late ShowCredit: CBS 5She recalled Karl Lagerfeld giving her mom a one-of-a-kind Chanel bagCredit: CBS 5Kris has promised Kim's daughter North the bag after her passing The fashion designer gifted her mom Kris, now 66, a one-of-a-kind Chanel bag which Kim, 41, has revealed will go to her eldest daughter North when she passes. The conversation began when the talk show host asked Kim to detail a memorable moment at the beginning of her career. The reality star immediately thought about the time her mother stole her thunder at a photo shoot that left the model "hysterically crying." "I went to my first-ever Met Ball, and I'm sitting at the table, and Givenchy dressed me, and Ricardo Tisci, the designer, said, 'Oh my God, I...
    A teenage boy is behind bars after allegedly pointing a loaded handgun at his mother during an altercation in the region. Police were called at around 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 11 in Albany with reports of a domestic assault involving a gun at a home on Second Avenue. When officers arrived, the victim told police that she and her 17-year-old son got into an argument when the boy pointed a loaded handgun at her, Albany Police said. During the same altercation, he also struck his 15-year-old sister in the face with the gun, causing an abrasion, the woman told police. At around 9:45 p.m., police spotted the teen suspect near Lexington Avenue and Sherman Street and attempted to stop him, but he took off on foot. Officers quickly arrested the boy and found him carrying a loaded .40 caliber handgun, police said.  Investigators determined the gun had been reported stolen out of Las Vegas. The teen, whose name police did not release due to his age, was charged with two counts of criminal possession of a weapon, one count of...
    COUNTRY music artist Teddy Gentry is the bassist for the band, Alabama, which was formed in 1969. Gentry was arrested on a misdemeanor marijuana charge as well as possession of drug paraphernalia on September 13, 2022. 2Teddy Gentry is the bassist in the band AlabamaCredit: AP Who is Teddy Gentry? Teddy Gentry, 70, grew up in Fort Payne, Alabama and moved with his mom to Lookout Mountain where they moved in with his grandfather. As he got older, he worked odd jobs to make extra money while he pursued a career in music.   He told the Military News that it was his grandfather who inspired him to be a better man and work hard for all he achieved. "My grandfather taught me the importance of hard work and to do the best in what ever you do," he told the outlet. READ MORE ON CRIME'A VIOLATION' Rape victim whose DNA was used to charge her with a crime sues for millionsDELAYED REACTION Elon Musk & Twitter's legal battle is hurting crime victims, expert warns "Whether you bagged groceries, laid...
    Two men may spend the rest of their lives in prison after being convicted of tracking down their victim during a botched marijuana sale and murdering him in Maryland, Attorney General Brian Frosh announced. Christopher Brown, 22, and Daran Horton, 23, both of Baltimore were found guilty of murder and other charges for their roles in the January 2020 murder of Cordelle Bruce. On Jan. 14, 2020, Bruce was shot and killed in the 1100 block of East Belvedere Avenue in Baltimore City. The investigation determined that Bruce, Brown, and Horton were at The Alameda Shopping Center in Baltimore, on the day of the shooting, where there was a botched marijuana sale, Frosh said. After the failed sale, Bruce left the shopping center on foot, at which point Brown and Horton pursued him and shot him to death on Belvedere Avenue. The two were found guilty following a four-day trial in front of Judge Paul E. Alpert of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. “These convictions are the result of the tireless efforts of all the involved...
    Ten people were arrested in a drug-dealing investigation along the Atlantic City Boardwalk, authorities said. The suspects were charged with various drug-related offenses to include: narcotics possession, narcotics distribution, narcotics distribution within 500 feet of a public zone, the unlawful possession of a firearm, and the unlawful possession of hollow point ammunition. In addition to the above charges, the State will be applying for a Drug Offender Restraining Order against these individuals pertaining to the Atlantic City Boardwalk and surrounding areas. Seized were various quantities of suspected cocaine, heroin, fentanyl, over 11 pounds of marijuana, and a loaded .22 caliber handgun containing hollow point bullets. The following were charged: Ralph Davis, 24, of Delanco, (No Photo);  Kasheem Marshall, 47, of Newark (No Photo);  Robert McCollum, 44, of Piscataway (No Photo) Phillip Love, 40, of Atlantic City;  Demetrius Bowman, 31, of Philadelphia (No Photo); Tre Visco, 28, of Brigantine; Jamar Avril, 19, of Atlantic City; Gabriel Santos, 20, of Brigantine; Beth Rhody, 38, of Atlantic City; and Joseph Hackney, 30, of Pennsauken. Anyone with information on this matter is asked to call the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office at 609-909-7800 or...
    A Trenton man previously accused of stealing catalytic converters was busted with a variety of burglar’s tools and crack cocaine by officers investigating even more catalytic converter thefts around Ewing, police said. Ewing Police Officer David Massi saw Anthony Riggins, 49, crouching behind a vehicle while patroling Troy Avenue around 3:55 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 11, authorities said in a release. Riggins subsequently ran from officers who tried to conduct an investigative stop and was later found hiding in tall grass on the lot of 320 Robbins Ave., police said. Riggins was arrested after a brief struggle and taken to police headquarters, where he was allegedly found with drug paraphernalia and a pill bottle containing crack cocaine. Officers also returned to the area where Riggins was first found, where they discovered a discarded Sawzall cutting tool on the ground by the vehicle he was crouching by, as well as a backpack with his New Jersey identification card, 14 used Sawzall blades, a screwdriver, and a Gerber multi-tool, police said. Riggins was previously charged with catalytic converter thefts in June, according...
    Several young adults in Maryland are facing charges after being busted by police with illegal weapons and drugs following a gathering in Montgomery County, authorities announced. The Montgomery County Police Department announced the arrests of five suspects under the age of 24 on Friday, Sept. 9 after they were caught by officers for illegally possessing firearms and controlled dangerous substances. Those charged: Isaac Walker, 22, of Germantown; Malik Walker, 20, of Germantown; Kristin Walsh, 24, of Durwood; Kim Peaks, 19, of Gaithersburg; An unnamed 14-year-old boy. Investigators from the department’s 5th District Community Action Team were contacted and received information from a tipster regarding a large gathering that was planned for 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 1 at an unknown location in Clarksburg, police said. Further information was later provided advising detectives that many of the people planning to attend would be carrying illegal weapons during the event. At approximately 7:40 p.m. on the day of the gathering, a spokesperson for the department said that the five were seen leaving the location in multiple vehicles, and officers conducted...
    Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant star Kiaya Elliott’s ex is risking a return trip to prison, just three months after he was released. After serving more than three years for multiple felony convictions, including firearm possession and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, X'zayveon Gambrell has apparently been showing off, and selling, his personal firearm collection. 5Kiaya Elliott (second from the right) and her Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant co-starsCredit: Instagram/teenmom 5Her baby daddy X’zayveon Gambrell smiled in a new mugshot as he was released from prison after 4 yearsCredit: Virginia Department of Corrections According to Starcasm.net, the 21-year-old has been sharing photos and videos on social media of himself and his friends showing off a bunch of guns and other weapons. "They stand while waving guns around, dance while waving guns around, lip sync rap music while waving guns around, chill on the steps while waving guns around, and ride in a car together while waving guns around," the site reported. "When they’re not waving guns around, you can usually see the weapons tucked in their waistbands." X'zayveon's Instagram...
    Two men are facing drug and weapons charges after being busted during separate traffic stops in Maryland, the Charles County Sheriff’s Office announced. On Thursday, Sept. 8, the agency announced that Waldorf residents Elijah Bernard Barnes, 18, and Darren Rodriguez, 36, are both facing multiple charges after being stopped by officers during two different incidents in Charles County. At approximately 11:20 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3, officers were called to investigate a suspicious vehicle in the 6400 block of Ocelot Street, according to the sheriff’s office. Upon approaching the vehicle, officers reported that they smelled marijuana, and further investigation led to the discovery of more than three ounces of marijuana and a loaded polymer “ghost gun” that did not have a serial number. The following day, Rodriguez was stopped while speeding in the area of Crain Highway and Mitchell Road shortly after 11:45 p.m., officials said. During the stop, investigators said that officers learned that he was in illegal possession of a firearm, which was loaded. Officers also located two bags of suspected cocaine and a bag of marijuana. Barnes...
    A man was arrested on narcotics charges during a routine traffic stop in the region. Northern Westchester resident William E. Felling, age 40, of Somers, was arrested on Friday, Sept. 2 in Putnam County on Route 6 in the town of Southeast. During the stop an investigation found Felling was in possession of a quantity of fentanyl and crack cocaine, said Putnam County Sheriff Kevin J. McConville. Felling was charged with two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance. He was released on his own recognizance, pending a return court date on Thursday, Sept. 15.
    A convict with a history of possessing child pornography went back to the well and is facing new charges in Maryland after being busted by his probation officer, according to state police. Cecil County resident Brian Wilde, 45, of Port Deposit, was arrested and charged following a Maryland State Police Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force investigation that found he was in possession of child porn, authorities said on Thursday, Sept. 8. Specifically, Wilde - who has a previous conviction on similar charges - was charged with five counts of possession of child pornography following his arrest this week. On Wednesday, Sept. 7, troopers from the state police task force launched an investigation after Wilde’s probation officer reported that he was in possession of illicit materials. At approximately 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, investigators arrested Wilde at his Port Deposit home, and a review of electronic devices seized there led to the discovery of multiple child pornography files, state police said. Wilde is being held at the Cecil County Detention Center pending an initial appearance before a District Court Commissioner.
    A Louisiana state official was arrested for allegedly buying drugs from a drug dealer outside of a fast food chain on Tuesday. Bridgette Hull, 37, serves as the executive secretary for the Louisiana State Board of Private Security Examiners. She was purchasing drugs from dealer Steven McCarthy, who was under surveillance, when a Louisiana Attorney General Office employee closed in on them. Hull was arrested onsite, but McCarthy fled the scene resulting in a pursuit. He later crashed into another car and was arrested. 'Prior to fleeing, McCarthy and Bridgette Hull were found to be in the middle of a drug transaction,' Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office said. The duo was charged with possession of a firearm with controlled and dangerous substances, and possession of fentanyl, meth and other narcotics, according to police. An acquaintance of the alleged dealer was also arrested but his identity hasn't been released. A representative from the Louisiana State Board of Private Security Examiners wasn't immediately available to comment on Hull's arrest. Louisiana state employee Bridgette Hull was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly buying drugs outside...
    A tip lead police to two storage units and a home of an alleged central Pennsylvania drug dealer with large stockpiles of drugs,  guns and cash, authorities say. Chauncey Martin-Perry, 36, of the 2200 block of Coventry Road, Manheim Township, was arrested on September 1 after the Drug Task Force seized the items from the storage units and his home, the Lancaster County district attorney's office stated in a release on Wednesday, September 8. 3,472 fentanyl pills, seven pounds of marijuana, 1,128 grams of THC products, two handguns, an AR-15 rifle, and approximately $55,000 were confiscated, according to the release. He's been charged with two felonies for  Manufacture, Delivery, or Possession With Intent to Manufacture or Deliver and a misdemeanor for Use or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, court records show. He's been held in the Lancaster County Prison after he was unable to post $100,000 in bail.  His preliminary hearing was before Magisterial District Judge David P. Miller at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 6, according to his court docket. His next court appearance has yet to be scheduled.
    A Middlesex County man was busted with 18 decks of heroin in Mercer County, authorities said. Officers responding to a report of an intoxicated man near the bus stop on Nassau Park Boulevard found Charles Spence Jr. struggling to stay balanced just before 1:25 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 1, West Windsor Police said in a release on Wednesday, Sept. 7. A follow-up investigation found that Spence, of Plainsboro, had an arrest warrant out of Trenton, police said. He was also found to be in possession of 18 decks of heroin, according to police. Spence was arrested and charged with possession of heroin before being released pending future dates with Mercer County Superior Court and Trenton Municipal Court.