Site Search

Entire (RSS)
Comments (RSS)

Archive Calendar

October 2012


How to Become a Bounty Hunter

Archive for October 22nd, 2012

Former FBI Agent Goes on Trial in Fatal Drunken Driving Crash

Steve Neavling 

 Jury selection is to begin Monday in Prince George’s County, Md., in suburban D.C.  for a former FBI agent accused of causing a drunken driving crash that killed an 18-year-old in February 2011, the Washington Examiner reports.

Adrian N. Johnson, who was dismissed from the bureau shortly after the accident, faces nine charges, including vehicular manslaughter and driving under the influence of alcohol.

Johnson is accused of driving drunk in Brandywine, Md.,  when his car veered into oncoming traffic and struck a vehicle driven by Lawrence Garner Jr., the Washington Examiner reported.

Johnson, who was off duty at the time, had a blood alcohol content more than three times the legal limit to drive, prosecutors allege.


Public Corruption Cases Take Off in Metro Atlanta Under Stronger Enforcement

Steve Neavlng

 An increased focus on public corruption has resulted in a surge in convictions in metro Atlanta, from a county commissioner who swapped a vote in exchange for $30,000 in casino chips to a detention officer who pocketed more than $26,000 by selling drugs at a jail, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

The newspaper analyzed federal crime statistics and found a recent spike in public corruption cases.

Other cases involve a former Army captain accused of stealing $2.7 million from the federal government and public officials who allegedly took bribes to approve contracts, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution wrote.

Federal authorities credited the surge to aggressive enforcement, not necessarily a rise in corruption.

Outdated Surveillance Equipment Poses Dangers to U.S. Border Patrol Agents

Steve Neavling

The Obama administration is placing the lives of U.S. Border Patrol agents at risk by delaying the renewal of outdated surveillance equipment, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Most recently, a faulty ground sensor sent a false alarm to Border Patrol agents who rushed to a remote canyon Oct. 2 and opened fire on each other. One agent was killed, another injured.

The incident has caused concern among federal law enforcement because the network of more than 12,800 ground sensors is deteriorating and in need of updates, the LA Times reported.

That was supposed to happen under a $1.5 billion Arizona Border Surveillance Technology Plan over the next decade, according to the LA Times.

The federal government “must replace outdated sensors with more modern, effective technology that can assist the Border Patrol in securing our borders while not sending agents into the field unnecessarily,” said Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.), the senior Democrat on the House Homeland Security Committee.

Feds Pledge to Crack Down on Marijuana Even if It’s Legalized at the Ballot Box

Steve Neavling

 The federal government will continue prosecuting marijuana cases even if ballot measures pass in three states to legalize small amounts of pot, a top Justice Department official said.

The warning comes amid criticism that the Obama administration has been largely silent on ballot measures in Colorado, Washington state and Oregon in November. The city of Detroit has a similar measure on its November ballot.

Approving the measures won’t change the Justice Department’s position on marijuana, which is to enforce federal law that ban the plant.

“We’re going to take a look at whether or not there are dangers to the community from the sale of marijuana and we’re going to go after those dangers,” Deputy Attorney General James Cole told “60 Minutes.”



That should have been enough to win

Saturday at Holy Resurrection Orthodox Church, 10201 Democracy Blvd., Potomac. Ethnic, traditional, seasonal and gourmet cookies for sale. Call 301 299 5120. Cretors Company where he rose to Regional Sales Manager for the Eastern Territory. This position was perfect for Mark as it sent him on adventures around the country where he met many celebrities, a perk that he enjoyed. Following his tenure at Cretors Cheap Celine, Great Western Products recruited Mark to work as their National Sales Manager supplying concession items to movie theaters across the nation and had been a member of the National Association of Concessionaires since 1989.

replica celine handbags One of the great heartaches of my life occurred in March of when, in a conference title playoff game at Villanova Fieldhouse Cheap Celine Bags, O was thrashed by archrival BO N N E R. The only consolation was that my public school buddies had finally come with me and departed astounded by the large crowd Cheap Celine, its enthusiasm and the level of play. Disheartened like me Celine Outlet, the Lions were thumped by Dougherty at the Palestra in the playoff game I dreamed about all those nights.. replica celine handbags

Celine Replica Kushal wrote with the post that he had always seen it in films and imagined saving a girl from fire and this time actually happened He even said that not a single action director came to Jennifer rescue but thanked God for giving him enough strength to save her. Everyone stayed calm and did their part for the sequence at the beginning: The actor who played the priest left the mandap first per scene) but Jennifer sat inside the flaming set. Kushal came to her, performed his part but then realised that things were not right when a few ambers dropped on him. Celine Replica

replica celine Passing defense: The Chiefs forced three turnovers on passing plays, recovering two fumbles and getting a one handed interception from Ron Parker in the third quarter. That should have been enough to win Cheap Celine Handbags, and might have been worth an “A” with a different outcome. But while quarterback Marcus Mariota’s stat line wasn’t terribly impressive he completed 19 of 33 passes for 241 yards while committing two turnovers he did surpass the Titans’ per game average (227.1, 25th in the NFL), and he also accounted for 122 of the Titans’ 128 yards on their final two drives to key the comeback victory. replica celine

Celine Bags Replica Carolyn Weil in one of her pussyhats. Photo: Courtesy Carolyn WeilDozens of knitting stores around the country are also holding knit ins or acting as central collection spaces for the pink hats. Ciara Zanze Cheap Celine Bags, who bought the 45 year old Rumpelstiltskin knitting store in Sacramento six months ago, has offered her store as a place for knitters to drop off completed hats. Celine Bags Replica

Celine Replica handbags Country I don’t remember seeing this much coverage on weight in the 70s as it wasn’t as big a problem then or at least it wasn’t in the media. Today more people are on the run and want to eat quick so they pick those items that are full of sugars and fats and don’t stop to analyze what’s in it and what it will do to them. Some gain 100 lbs in no time and don’t even realize it until it’s there Celine Replica handbags.