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  • The Hollywood Connection: Federal Drug Indictment Snares City Hall Filmmaker's Business Partner

    On Aug. 28 a federal grand jury in Maryland indicted three men on drug-trafficking charges, including a business partner of Los Angeles-based filmmaker Lavern Whitt, producer of a documentary about the four women who hold the highest elected offices in...
  • Bailed on Murder Charge, He's Arrested for Shooting

    The man who police say killed Robert Long execution-style was arrested again on Sunday and charged with shooting a man during an armed robbery. Demetrius Smith, 25 of 416 Parrish St., is a convicted drug dealer who on July 8 was charged with shooting...
  • No Way, Jose

    After more than a month on the lam, Jose J. Morales was arrested on open warrants in Dundalk and is being held without bail in the Baltimore County Detention Center, according to police. Morales, a career thief, drug dealer, and unlicensed contractor who...
  • City Hall Filmmaker Pulls Plug On Web Sites After Business Partner's Indictment On Drug Trafficking Charges

    Los Angeles-based filmmaker LaVern Whitt, producer of the Women in Power documentary about Baltimore's top elected officials reacted to the recent federal drug trafficking indictment of her business partner Lawrence Schaffner "Lorenzo" Reeves by taking...
  • Criminal Information Filed Against Phillip Robinson Winkfield

    U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein filed a criminal information* on Nov. 7 charging 21-year-old Morgan State University student Phillip Robinson Winkfield with possession with intent to distribute heroin. Winkfield's mother is Washington, D.C., federal...
  • CJCC Addresses Recent Homicide Spike

    Today was the December monthly meeting of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, a body that includes Mayor Sheila Dixon, State's Attorney Patricia Jessamy, and Police Commissioner Fred Bealefeld, in addition to representatives from the courts, Parole...
  • More on Obama Appointees' Connections to Carlos Vignali

    President-elect Barack Obama's key political appointments continue to hearken back to Pardongate, the 2001 scandal that resulted in a bipartisan Congressional committee investigation of influence peddling in the White House during the waning days of the...
  • All Rise?

    It's OK to rumor-monger about judicial politics, as former federal prosecutor Steven Levin shows on his new blog, Fraud With Peril. Levin is using it to help readers keep abreast of white-collar crime issues in the mid-Atlantic region, but plenty of other...
  • Lexington Market Utz vendor held in gun case

    The owner of the Lexington Market Utz stand charged with illegal gun sales was denied release Thursday in Baltimore's U.S. District Court. Michael Papantonakis was represented by public defender Joseph Evans, who presented his client as a gun collector...
  • Lawyer Fights to Keep Fee Info Out of Grand Jury's Hands

    Criminal-defense attorney Robert Simels fought back Tuesday against the Justice Department's attempt to learn how he's been paid to represent an accused drug trafficker/money-launder. In an 11-page motion [see embedded pdf below] filed in a federal case...
  • Judge's Son Gets Five Years in Federal Prison

    City Paper has covered the Baltimore drugs-and-guns case against Philip Robinson Winkfield, the son of Washington, D.C., federal magistrate judge Deborah A. Robinson, every step of the way: his arrest, his indictment, his state trial scheduling, and...
  • Court official's job imperiled after forgery plea

    Anthony Dix, the administrative manager of the Baltimore City Circuit Court's clerks office, admitted forging prescriptions to satisfy his painkiller addiction, the Daily Record reported, and received probation before judgment in Baltimore County district...