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  • Safe Streets Mondawmin Shut Down After New Gun Arrest

    Baltimore's Safe Streets program took another blow yesterday when the Baltimore Department of Health abruptly shuttered the Mondawmin branch after another of its workers was arrested. Levar Mullen, 33, faces drug and gun charges after police stopped his...
  • Stop Fucking Snitching’s “Goose” Gets Cooked for Slinging Heroin in Prison

    Sherman "Goose" Kemp, one of the cash-loving, drug-dealing stars of 2004's anti-rat Baltimore street-culture documentary Stop Fucking Snitching, already had a prodigious list of prior drug-related convictions before he was charged anew in early 2012...
  • Jury convicts “Richie Rich” Wilford in cocaine conspiracy

    After a prolonged and Herculean effort to claim the government unconstitutionally monitored his movements to build its drug case against him, Richard Anthony "Richie Rich" Wilford yesterday was found guilty of cocaine-conspiracy charges by a federal jury....
  • At Morales trial, Feds claim he ordered more murders

    In federal court in Greenbelt the trial of Jose Morales, charged with arranging the contract murder of Robert Long, is ongoing (see this week's cover feature for the full back story). During the trial, witnesses have stated, or have been asked about,...
  • Nathan Barksdale likely to plead guilty in heroin-and-firearm conspiracy case

    [caption id="attachment_19881" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo by Frank Klein[/caption] Nathan Barksdale, the legendary Baltimore  gangster turned gang interventionist at Safe Streets, is due to appear in Maryland U.S. District Court on Jan. 15 for...
  • Prove it: Judge still not satisfied that drug-dealer’s Mercedes is drug-related property

    Maryland U.S. District judge Paul Grimm spent more than 15 years as a federal magistrate judge before being elevated to his current perch in 2012. That's a lot of time to gain a nuanced understanding of the rules of evidence that must be met before law...
  • Walter Ingram pleads guilty while crying foul in federal heroin case in Baltimore

    In 2010, when Walter Louis Ingram was 59 years old, he was charged in a Baltimore-based heroin conspiracy, three years after his release from federal prison for a 1992 cocaine-conspiracy conviction. Since the new charges were filed, the Baltimore gangster...
  • Tenant Council President Fights The Power

    Tenant Council President Fights The Power
    Floyd Vines steps through the door to the lobby of the J. Van Story Branch Apartments on the unit block of W. 20th St. and greets a series of people there. This is his lobby now, and these are his people, since he was elected tenant council president on...
  • Morales Guilty of Contract Murder

    (Updated & corrected, see below) A federal jury in Greenbelt has found Jose J. Morales guilty of arranging a contract murder of Robert Long, a former employee who had agreed to testify against him in state court in 2008. The jury deliberated just a few...
  • Banned, On the Run

    Banned, On the Run
    Baltimore police stopped talking to Baltimore Sun reporter Justin Fenton completely eight weeks ago after the paper published the name of a police officer who had been shot several hours before the cops made the announcement themselves. But the strained...
  • CP Photographer Accused of Raping His Daughter

    CP Photographer Accused of Raping His Daughter
    Ryan "RaRah" Stevenson, a longtime, award-winning contributing photographer for City Paper, is awaiting a criminal jury trial scheduled for July on charges that he raped his 14-year-old daughter at his home last Christmas Eve. The initial charging...
  • Going postal: U.S. Postal Service investigators have been busy in Maryland

    As the Sun's Justin Fenton reported yesterday, the managers of two U.S. post offices in Waverly and Pikesville have been charged in a bribery-and-kickback scheme in which they are accused of sharing in the proceeds of fraudulent or inflated invoices...