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Weekend Series on Crime History: The Las Vegas Mafia

Column: Suburban Detroit’s Phantom Shooter Triggers Memories of My Days in D.C. and the Beltway Snipers

Allan Lengel

By Allan Lengel
For Deadline Detroit

DETROIT –– A week ago, Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard in suburban Detroit spoke about some crazed person who’s been going around shooting at cars.

What struck a chord with me in particular is what he said about D.C. : “We don’t want anything to develop that certainly developed in the Washington area and paralyzed that area, rightfully so and understandably so for a long time.”

I was living in Washington in October 2002 when two snipers killed 10 people and seriously wounded three others in the region. People were terrified, afraid to fill up their gas tanks. People were afraid to sit near the window at the place I got my haircut at on Wisconsin Avenue in Glover Park, just north of Georgetown. In public, you were really forced to be little paranoid.

Thankfully, in this case here, no one has been hurt so far. But the potential is certainly there. Some bullets have come awfully close in the 22 incidents that were reported last week in Oakland, Livingston and Ingham counties. Most involved the gunman shooting at cars.

John Allen Muhammad

Hunting for shooters like this can be a daunting task. In the D.C. case, scores of FBI, ATF and Secret Service agents and deputy U.S. Marshals were on the hunt, along with police departments including D.C., Prince George’s and Montgomery County.

The ordeal lasted about three weeks. It was a long three weeks.

I worked day and night on the story as a reporter for the Washington Post — along with about 30 other reporters. Day and night authorities tried to figure out who was doing this.

There were blunders on the part of law enforcement. There were false assumptions. There were little turf battles. But there was also some first-rate investigative work.

To read more click here.


Ex-FBI Agent Convicted of Vehicular Manslaughter and Drunken Driving

Steve Neavling

 A suburban D.C. jury on Thursday found a former FBI agent guilty of  driving drunk and plowing into the side of another car, which killed a teenager and seriously injured another in Prince George’s County, Md.,  the Washington Post reports.

Adrian Johnson, who was off duty at the time of the crash,  was found guilty of motor vehicle manslaughter and six related charges in connection with the crash.

Johnson faces up to 13 years in prison.

Johnson resigned from the FBI shortly after the crash. His attorney said he plans to appeal.


Undersheriff Accused of Tipping Off Suspect in Large Marijuana Shipment

Steve Neavling

 An undersheriff in Illinois is accused of tipping off a business owner about a  DEA investigation into  the shipment of more than 60,000 pounds of marijuana, the Daily Herald reports.

A sergeant at the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office leveled the accusations against Undersheriff Andrew Zinke, who is running for sheriff in 2014, the Herald reported.

Zinke dismissed the complaint as false.

“The complaint against me is not only erroneous and without merit, it also puts DEA officers in jeopardy during their ongoing investigation of narcotic trafficking,” Zinke said in a prepared statement earlier this week, the Herald reported. “Our office has fully cooperated with the DEA’s office for several years and will continue to do so.”

Zinke, who has not been charged with wrongdoing, declined to comment further.

A judge next week may decide whether to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate.

ACLU Sues U.S. Customs and Border Protection Over Ban on Photographing Border Crossings

Steve Neavling

The ACLU filed suit against the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency over a policy prohibiting the use of cameras and video recorders near U.S. crossing points, the ACLU announced on its site Thursday.

The ACLU said the policy violates the constitutional rights of citizens to take pictures.

The suit alleges the agency already deleted photos taken by two separate people – one of whom was documenting pollution at the border, and the other of whom was photographing potential abuse.

“The courts have been quite clear and consistent on the fact that photography is a First Amendment right, but apparently word has not reached the Customs and Border Protection agency,” the ACLU says in a press release.

Click here to see a copy of the lawsuit.


NYC Police Officer Charged in Detailed Rape, Cannibalism Plot

Steve Neavling

The plot was as disturbing as it was precise.

The FBI said they discovered detailed records of at least 100 women’s height, weight, dates of birth and bra sizes at the home of a New York police officer.

Turns out, the list was part of a gruesome plot to kidnap, rape, cook and eat women, the FBI said, the New York Daily News reports.

Officer Gilberto Valle was charged Thursday with kidnapping conspiracy and unauthorized use of law enforcement records, the Associated Press reported.

His defense attorney dismissed the allegations as fantasy.

Valle was busted by his estranged wife, who tipped off authorities of him boasting about this plans online, according to the AP.