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Ellicott City teen blamed for party in vacant apartment

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

This week, it was reported that an Ellicott City teen faces multiple charges after allegedly throwing a party at a vacant apartment. Howard County Police charged the 19-year-old with burglary, possession of marijuana and several other offenses. Apparently, the manager of the recently-opened Orchard Meadow Apartments notified police last week that someone used one… Read More »

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Man’s false Baltimore drug arrest deemed unwarranted by court

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

This is the United States, and though sometimes the legal system doesn’t always work the way we think it should, we are still owed an extensive amount of rights as American citizens. For example, we can’t be arrested without just cause and, therefore, should be able to feel protected in our homes. A Baltimore… Read More »

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Real Thing or Not, Possession of ‘Fake Pot’ is Now a Crime

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Illegal incense? Yes, it does exist, according to a decision that the DEA made last week. The herbal incense has been sold in smoke shops under different names, such as K2, Spice and Blaze. Safety advocates and anti-drug groups, however, caught on to the incense’s other, less obvious use, which is how the product… Read More »

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Baltimore Woman Receives Light Sentence on Drug Charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

An unlucky-in-love woman received a lenient sentence after pleading guilty to possession with intent to distribute heroin. The Baltimore woman was sentenced to six months in jail in Washington County Circuit Court this week after she admitted to smuggling heroin into Maryland Correctional Institution-Hagerstown. According to Assistant State’s Attorney Robert Veil, the state normally… Read More »

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