Arrest Warrant Issued for former chief of staff to Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan

After failing to appear in court on Monday, March 13, 2023, Roy C. McGrath, Governor Hogan’s Chief of Staff through part of 2020, is now wanted by the FBI and US Marshals.

Police Unable to Charge Juvenile Assault Offenders Due to New Maryland Laws

Aberdeen, MD News (2/10/2023) – On February 9, 2023, the Aberdeen Middle School in Harford County, Maryland, was the site of a chaotic and upsetting incident. According to reports, a 12-year-old male student allegedly touched several female students inappropriately during a school dance, causing distress among students and their families. As word of the alleged assaults spread, the situation escalated, leading to the early termination of the dance and the evacuation of all students and parents from the building.

Nine Baltimore Men Indicted for Participating in a Criminal Gang and Operating Open-Air Drug Market

BALTIMORE, MD News (2/6/2023) – Maryland Attorney General Anthony G. Brown today announced the indictments of nine Baltimore men for their participation in a criminal gang that operated throughout Baltimore City distributing drugs and carrying out violent acts. One of those men is responsible for the November 2022 homicide of Marquis Carter of Baltimore. The defendants are Keontae Moore, 23; Dayvonta Mackey, 27; Daquan Battle, 27; Jawaan Jordan, 28; DaMarvin Singletary, 28; Brandon Ledbetter, 29; Carlos Jordan, 32; Darrell White, 33; and Theodore Easton, 44. The indictments include counts for participating in a criminal gang, the distribution of narcotics, illegal possession of firearms and firearm drug trafficking, and acts of violence, including murder.

Police Log News – 1/29/23 to 1/30/23


Burglary (Commercial), S Potomac Street, Hagerstown
Robbery, Randolph Ave, Hagerstown


Burglary (Residential), Oak Hill Ave, Hagerstown
Disorderly Conduct, Summit Ave, Hagerstown
Motor Vehicle Theft, S Prospect Street, Hagerstown
Assault, S Locust Street, Hagerstown
Weapons Violation, S Cleveland Ave, Hagerstown
Disorderly Conduct, S Potomac Street, Hagerstown

Drug Kingpin Sentenced for Role in Criminal Organization that Distributed Large Amounts of Fentanyl

BALTIMORE, MD News (1/26/2023) – Maryland Attorney General Anthony G. Brown today announced the plea and sentencing of Darvin Kevin McCoy, 36, of Odenton, Maryland, on charges including drug kingpin and supervision of a criminal organization, which relate to a long-term investigation into a fentanyl distribution ring that was operating in Howard County, Baltimore City, and Baltimore County.