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  • Gun Club: Maryland raid on motorcycle club president's home turns up arsenal

    Barbeito | Image by booking photo courtesy of the Charleston Gazette On the morning of Oct. 6, the same day a federal racketeering indictment in West Virginia against 55 alleged members of the Pagans Motorcycle Club named a Maryland man, David Keith...
  • Feds Seek to Keep GOP Donor's Drug Cash

    Coats | Image by Police Booking Photo Back in April when he was arrested, investigators took $23,530 in cash from Wade Coats, the Republican political donor accused in U.S. District Court of being an armed, high-dollar coke-and-dope-dealer in Baltimore....
  • Goodbye Mr. Chips

    | Image by Mel Guapo For pleading guilty to selling guns without a license-including over the counter of the Utz potato-chip stand at Baltimore's Lexington Market-U.S. District Court judge Richard Bennett sentenced 53-year-old Michael Papantonakis...
  • The Maryland Millionaire Count, Tax Scams, and Train Wrecks

    Your tax dollars at shirk | Image by Win McNamee/Getty Images via Photo Journal The Sun has some predictable drivel today regarding the state's all-important "millionaire" head-count. Seems it's gone down. By 30 percent! And this is a terrible thing!...
  • No Way, Lynae: Prison Guard's Attempt to Plead Guilty in Cell-Phone Case Denied

    Lynae Chapman Warren Brown is highly exercised on Dec. 9, as he returns to the defense table from Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge David Young's bench. "I'll say for the record, your honor," the criminal-defense attorney declares, "that the state can...
  • Shawn Green Pleads Guilty

    This morning Shawn Michael Green, a former federal fugitive accused by the feds of drug trafficking and money laundering, pleaded guilty to drug dealing and being involved in a conspiracy to distribute cocaine. The plea agreement also outlines Green's...
  • Dixon Stays

    Why just exist when you can be mayor? | Image by CP Digicam The notice of the press conference came less than an hour before the appointed time, 3 p.m., and the TV stations were all going live with it. A reporter could be forgiven for thinking something...
  • WSOP's Moon Owes Debts Back Home

    The Washington Post's coverage of Western Maryland's Darvin Moon, who's made it to the final table of the World Series of Poker, has been great entertainment. The writer, J. Freedom du Lac, has a blog about Moon, "Darvin Moon's World Series of Poker...
  • Federal On-Line Gambling Investigation in Maryland Seizes E-Mails of Payment-Processor Electracash

    Update: Accused Money-Launderer's Lawyer Says His Client No Longer Owns Payment-Processor Electracash Electracash, Inc., the California payment-processor whose bank accounts were seized in July by federal investigators in Maryland who are probing the...
  • Milton Tillman and Son Indicted in Bailbonds Conspiracy

    Milton Tillman Jr. | Image by Police Booking Photo According to a press release issued by the U.S. Attorneys Office, politically connected ex-con Milton Tillman Jr. and his son, Milton "Moe" Tillman III, were both federally indicted on conspiracy...
  • State Judge Pay Raises Questioned

    Retired assistant State's Attorney Page Croyder has an interesting blog post about a prospective raise for state judges. It's nearly $40,000 each, and could happen, she says, if state legislators do nothing to stop it. Omitted from the piece: existing...
  • Tillmans' First Appearance

    Baltimore bail bondsman Milton Tillman Jr. and his son, Milton "Moe" Tillman III were brought handcuffed into U.S. District Judge Susan K. Guavey's courtroom 7C at 4:25 p.m. on St. Patrick's Day. Tillman Jr.'s ex-wife, Sandra, and sister, Patricia K....