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The Court Report

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March 2011

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Summary of Recent Court Cases

Carolyn Mitchell, 47, of Washington, D.C., has pled guilty to a federal charge that she possessed forged securities, stemming from the theft of more than $200,000 from her employer.

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Derrick Benson, 33, of Washington, D.C., was sentenced to more than eight years in prison on charges stemming from three bank robberies which took place in September 2008, February 2010, and March 2010, in Washington, D.C. Building Safer Neighborhoods Through Community Partnership Alfred Dunigan, 58, has stemming from a recent apartment that uncovered $95,555 in proceeds pled guilty to a federal drug charge search of a Northwest Washington cocaine and other drugs, as well as from drug trafficking activities.

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Thomas S. Fitzgerald, a former Special Agent of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), pled guilty to a charge stemming from his falsification of work on background investigations of federal employees and contractors. Andrew Warren, 43, a former official with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), was sentenced to 65 months in prison on charges of abusive sexual contact and unlawful use of cocaine while possessing a firearm. A detailed description of these Superior and District Court cases are provided inside of this report.

Contact Numbers

Supervisory Community Outreach Specialist Brenda Horner 202-698-0825 4D Community Prosecutor Jelahn Stewart 202-730-0617

Community Outreach Specialist Baretta Francis 202-715-7415 4D Police Station 6001 Georgia Ave, NW

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4th District Community Prosecution Update "Walk A Mile In Her Shoes" Women's Re-Entry Symposium

Every year, more than 2,000 people return from incarceration to the streets of DC. Unfortunately, faced with obstacles of homelessness, unemployment, and addiction, a majority of those returning citizens are arrested and re-incarcerated in short order. DOJ has recognized that resources focused on re-entry can be highly effective in reducing crime and has distributed more than $100 million in Second Chance Act grants to help former offenders successfully reintegrate into our communities and their families. On April 9, 2011, USAO-DC, in partnership with CSOSA, the U.S. Parole Commission, Our Place D.C. and Serenity Inc., sponsored a symposium that focused on the challenges facing women who are trying to rebuild their lives after returning home from prisons or jails. The program, called "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes," allowed the public to hear directly from people who counsel, supervise, and work with female ex-offenders, and hear from women who are successfully making the transition from incarceration to the community. Follow this link to read the Washington Post's coverage of this event:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/dc-social/female-ex-offenders-describe-the-hurdles-to-reentering-ty/2011/04/09/AFcis89C_story.html

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SPOTLIGHT

Four Members of Violent Drug Ring Convicted of Conspiracy and Murder

In 2008 Slaying of Person they Viewed as a Witness - More Than 30 Shots Fired at Victim Four members of a violent drug conspiracy were convicted by a jury of conspiracy, first degree murder while armed with aggravating circumstances, obstruction of justice, and related firearms offenses stemming from a slaying that took place in August 2008 in Southeast Washington. The verdict followed a month-long trial in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. The jury convicted Javon Roberts, 33, Michael Walters, 31, Shawn Curry, 23, and Alonzo Marshall, 23, all of Washington, D.C. The Honorable Judge Thomas J. Motley, who presided at trial, scheduled sentencing for May 6, 2011. The defendants face a mandatory minimum of 30 years in prison and could be sentenced to life prison terms because they targeted and killed the victim because they viewed him as a potential witness. FACTS: The evidence at trial established that the defendants operated a drug organization for a number of years in the area of 22nd and Savannah Streets SE. The organization was set back significantly in August 2008 when members of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), after having received reliable information, executed a search warrant on the apartment from which the men operated. In the weeks that followed the raid of the apartment, members of the drug organization tried to uncover the identity of the informant who provided the tip to the police. These efforts were headed by Roberts, the leader of the conspiracy. As a result of their investigation, the members of the drug conspiracy mistakenly concluded that the decedent, Michael Henry, 25, was the individual who had tipped off police. Thus, on August 30, 2008, Marshall lured the decedent to the 3400 block of 22nd Street, where Walters and Curry were waiting to ambush him. Curry and Walters chased Henry through multiple courtyards in a residential area of Southeast Washington, D.C., shooting at him more than 30 times. Henry was struck twice by the gunfire and died on the scene. Given the brazen nature of this crime, and the fact that the defendants made the community aware that the victim was murdered because he was believed to have cooperated with law enforcement officials, witnesses were slow to come forward. However, eventually a number of individuals came forward and put their trust in the criminal justice system. "Today's verdict demonstrates the power of the community coming together to hold violent criminals accountable," said U.S. Attorney Machen. "These drug dealers killed one young man because they mistakenly believed he had reported them to the police, spurring more courageous citizens to come forward and testify against them. Violent criminals are no match for lawabiding citizens who are willing to stand up for their neighborhoods."

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District Man Sentenced to 45 Years in Prison For Crimes Committed As Part Of The Congress Park Crew

Defendant Convicted of Killing Two People in August 1998 David Wilson, 34, of Washington, D.C., a leader of a violent drug gang, was sentenced to 45 years and eight months in prison for his role in two murders and other crimes committed by the Congress Park Crew. Wilson, also known as Cool Wop, was sentenced by the Honorable Judge Richard W. Roberts in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Wilson was one of six defendants prosecuted by the government during an eight-month trial in 2007 before Judge Roberts. During that trial, the government presented evidence that Wilson, along with his five co-defendants, Antwuan Ball, aka Big Ant, Gregory Bell, aka Boy-Boy, Joseph Jones, aka Jo-Jo, Dominic Samuels, aka Don, and Desmond Thurston, aka Daz, as well as others, were members of a crew that had engaged in a series of crimes, including crack cocaine dealing, armed robbery, attempted murder, and murder in the Congress Park neighborhood of Southeast Washington for more than a decade. Since March of 2005, 18 individuals have been indicted in connection with this case. Wilson and his five-co-defendants were the final defendants remaining from the original March 2005 indictment. The others previously pled guilty or had been found guilty after trial. The jury in this trial acquitted the six defendants of the charged conspiracy in this case, but convicted them on 18 other felony charges stemming from violence and drug-dealing. Wilson was convicted of a total of 11 charges, including two counts of first degree murder while armed and various charges related to the distribution of cocaine. The murder charges stemmed from the August 17, 1998 slayings of Ronnie "Squid" Middleton and Sabrina Bradley. Evidence showed that the killings were committed by Wilson as part of an ongoing turf war between the Congress Park Crew and one of its rivals, the 1-5 Mob. FACTS: According to the government's evidence, Middleton, 27, was the intended target in the attack, which took place in the early morning hours in the 1500 block of Congress Place SE. Bradley, 26, who was Middleton's girlfriend at the time, was an innocent bystander. During the trial, the government established that the murders took place about the time that Wilson was beginning to assert himself as the crew's leader. Judge Roberts previously sentenced co-defendant Thurston to a prison term of 16 years and two months. He sentenced Bell to 16 years in prison, and Jones to a 15-year term. Ball is awaiting sentencing. The jury was unable to reach a verdict against Samuels in the August 2002 murder of Jamel Sills, aka Black. However, Samuels subsequently pled guilty to manslaughter while armed and was sentenced in 2008 to a seven-year prison term.

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District Man Sentenced to More Than 18 Years in Prison For Crimes Committed as Leader of Congress Park Crew

Final Defendant Sentenced From 2007 Trial Antwuan Ball, 40, was sentenced to a prison term of 18 years and nine months for drugdealing activities that took place when he was the leader of the Congress Park Crew, a violent drug gang that operated in Southeast Washington. The sentencing, in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, was announced by U.S. Attorney Ronald C. Machen Jr., James W. McJunkin, Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI's Washington Field Office, and Cathy L. Lanier, Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD). Ball, also known as Big Ant, appeared before the Honorable Richard W. Roberts for sentencing for one count of unlawful distribution of five grams or more of crack cocaine. The judge cited the defendant's leadership role in the gang as well as his possession of guns during the time that he dealt crack cocaine in the Congress Park area. Ball, of Washington, D.C., was one of six defendants prosecuted by the government during an eight-month trial in 2007. During that trial, the government presented evidence that Ball, along with his five co-defendants, Gregory Bell, aka Boy-Boy, Joseph Jones, aka Jo-Jo, Dominic Samuels, aka Don, Desmond Thurston, aka Daz, and David Wilson, also known as Cool Wop, as well as others, were members of a crew that had engaged in a series of crimes, including crack cocaine dealing, armed robbery, attempted murder, and murder in the Congress Park neighborhood of Southeast Washington for more than a decade. Since March of 2005, 18 individuals have been indicted in connection with this case. Ball and his five-co-defendants were the final defendants remaining from the original March 2005 indictment. The others previously pled guilty or had been found guilty after trial. The jury in this trial acquitted the six defendants of the charged conspiracy in this case, but convicted them on 18 other felony charges stemming from violence and drug-dealing. Judge Roberts previously sentenced co-defendant Bell to a 16-year prison term. Jones was sentenced to a 15-year term, and Thurston to 16 years and two months. The jury was unable to reach a verdict against Samuels in the August 2002 murder of Jamel Sills, aka Black. However, Samuels subsequently pled guilty to manslaughter while armed and was sentenced to a sevenyear prison term. Wilson, another leader of the gang, was sentenced last week to the longest term for any of the defendants: 45 years and eight months in prison for his role in two murders and other crimes. The murder charges stemmed from the slayings of Ronnie "Squid" Middleton, 27, and Sabrina Bradley, 26, which took place early August 17, 1998 in the 1500 block of Congress Place SE.

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MS-13 Member Sentenced to Life in Prison Plus 150 Years on Federal Racketeering Charges

Crimes Included Murder of One Victim, Maiming of Another William Cordova, 26, also known as Centinella or Mario, was sentenced to life in prison plus 150 years for his role in a series of crimes, including a murder, committed by the MS13 gang in the Washington, D.C. area in 2006 and 2007. Cordova and two other men were convicted by a jury in December 2010. He was sentenced by the Honorable Judge Richard J. Leon in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Jose Gutierrez, 22, also known as "Astuto" or "Marco," is to be sentenced on April 26, 2011. Melvin Sorto, 24, also known as "Killer" or "Fantasma," is to be sentenced on April 27, 2011. The sentence, on federal racketeering charges, was announced by U.S. Attorney Ronald C. Machen Jr., John P. Torres, Special Agent in Charge of the Washington Office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Office of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and Cathy L. Lanier, Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD). The men, all from the District of Columbia, were convicted of murder in aid of racketeering, conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering, maiming in aid of racketeering, assaults with dangerous weapons in aid of racketeering, threats in aid of racketeering, first degree murder while armed, assaults with intent to kill and other related offenses. Among other crimes, they were convicted of taking part in a conspiracy that culminated in the murder of Edwin Ventura, 18, on April 22, 2007. All told, Cordova was convicted of 19 counts. Gutierrez was convicted of 16 counts, and Sorto was convicted of nine counts. FACTS: At trial, the government presented evidence of the defendants' membership in a criminal organization known as La Mara Salvatrucha, also known as MS-13. The government presented evidence of a conspiracy by the defendants and the MS-13 organization to commit numerous violent crimes in aid of racketeering activity. The evidence included crimes of assaults, threats, maiming, extortion, witness intimidation, assaults with intent to kill and the murder of all rival gang members and persons that threatened the MS-13 enterprise. In reaching their verdicts, the jury found Cordova guilty of the assaults with a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering of Dennis Diaz-Gutierrez, Josue Levia, and Jhosimar Alvarez-Torrez, on July 30, 2006, in Alexandria, Virginia. The victims were shot numerous times as they sat inside a car at a traffic light. In addition, the jury found Cordova, Gutierrez, and Sorto guilty of the murder of Ventura and the assault with intent to kill of Nelson Maldonado, on April 22, 2007, in the 2900 block of Sherman Avenue NW, Washington D.C. The victims were shot numerous times in retaliation for an ongoing feud with MS-13 members.

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THE COURT REPORT

There were no Superior Court Cases for the Fourth District in March.

U.S. DISTRICT COURT CASES

District Woman Pleads Guilty to Forged Securities

Admits Embezzling More than $200,000 From D.C. Organization Carolyn Mitchell, 47, of Washington, D.C., has pled guilty to a federal charge that she possessed forged securities, stemming from the theft of more than $200,000 from her employer. Mitchell entered her guilty plea on March 1, 2011 before the Honorable Judge Beryl A. Howell in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Under federal sentencing guidelines, she could be sentenced to 18 to 24 months incarceration. The judge scheduled sentencing for June 24, 2011, and executed a consent order of forfeiture in the amount of $210,800. FACTS: According to the factual proffer submitted to the Court, Mitchell worked as a bookkeeper and administrative assistant for a private, nonprofit advocacy group identified in these proceedings as "NCL." Her duties included preparing invoices and processing checks. From 2005 to 2010, Mitchell engaged in a scheme to embezzle approximately $210,800 from her employer by misdirecting donor checks and by adding her own name to NCL checks made payable to vendors. She then deposited the checks into her own bank account.

District Man Sentenced to More Than Eight Years in Prison For Series of Bank Robberies

Threatened to Kill a Teller in One of the Three Heists Derrick Benson, 33, of Washington, D.C., was sentenced to more than eight years in prison on charges stemming from three bank robberies which took place in September 2008, February 2010, and March 2010, in Washington, D.C. Benson pled guilty in December 2010 to two counts of bank robbery and aiding and abetting and one count of bank robbery. He was sentenced by the Honorable Judge John D. Bates in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The judge ordered that Benson be placed on three years of supervised release upon completion of his prison term. Benson also was ordered to pay $71,734 in restitution. FACTS: According to the government's evidence, on the morning of September 18, 2008, Benson and another individual robbed a PNC Bank in the 600 block of Pennsylvania Avenue SE.

7 Benson stood as the lookout at the front of the bank as the accomplice approached a bank employee and handed over a note demanding money. Benson and the other individual stole $64,080 from the bank before fleeing in a waiting vehicle driven by a third individual. On the morning of February 2, 2010, Benson and an accomplice robbed the Bank of Georgetown, in the 1300 block of I Street NW. This time, Benson entered the bank and demanded money from a teller who he threatened to kill. Benson stole $7,097 from the bank before fleeing in a waiting vehicle driven by the accomplice. On the morning of March 23, 2010, Benson returned to the same Bank of Georgetown, demanded money from a teller, and stole $557, the government's evidence showed.

District Man Pleads Guilty to Cocaine Trafficking, Agrees to Forfeit More Than $95,000 in Proceeds

Drugs, Cash Were Discovered in Defendant's Northwest Washington Apartment Alfred Dunigan, 58, has pled guilty to a federal drug charge stemming from a recent search of a Northwest Washington apartment that uncovered cocaine and other drugs, as well as $95,555 in proceeds from drug trafficking activities. Dunigan pled guilty on February 28, 2011 in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to a charge of unlawful possession with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine. He is scheduled to be sentenced April 25, 2011 by the Honorable Judge Richard J. Leon. The charge carries a statutory penalty of at least five years in prison. As part of the plea agreement, Dunigan agreed to forfeit $95,555 to the government. FACTS: According to the government's evidence, on December 14, 2010, at approximately 2:30 p.m., FBI Special Agents and a MPD detective executed a search warrant in a basement apartment in the 1900 block of Biltmore Street NW. This residence was leased to Dunigan, who was home and the only person in the residence at the time of the arrival of law enforcement. Recovered inside the residence were the following items: 1,387.4 grams of cocaine hydrochloride, 3,673.1 grams of marijuana, 16.36 grams of heroin, and $95,555 in United States currency representing proceeds from drug trafficking. In addition, authorities discovered numerous ziplock bags, digital scales, substances used to cut or dilute illegal narcotics, and other items used to measure and distribute illegal narcotics. The cocaine was sent to the Drug Enforcement Administration's Mid-Atlantic Laboratory and analyzed. The DEA laboratory confirmed that the substances were in fact drugs. This investigation was supported by the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force. The task force combines the resources and expertise of the DEA, FBI and other federal agencies in cooperation with state and local law enforcement. Its principal mission is to identify, disrupt,

8 and dismantle the most serious drug trafficking and money laundering organizations and those primarily responsible for the nation's drug supply.

Former Background Investigator for Federal Government

Pleads Guilty to Making a False Statement Thomas S. Fitzgerald, a former Special Agent of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), pled guilty to a charge stemming from his falsification of work on background investigations of federal employees and contractors. The guilty plea took place in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Fitzgerald, 48, of Crofton, Md., pled guilty to one count of making a false statement. He appeared before the Honorable Judge Reggie B. Walton. Fitzgerald is scheduled to be sentenced on June 10, 2011, and could face up to 18 months in prison under federal sentencing guidelines. As part of his guilty plea, Fitzgerald, who worked for OPM's Federal Investigative Services, admitted that he falsified work on background investigations of federal employees and contractors. Between March 2005 and May 2006, in more than two dozen Reports of Investigations on background investigations, Fitzgerald represented that he had interviewed a source or reviewed a record regarding the subject of the background investigation when, in fact, he had not conducted the interview or obtained the record. All of these reports were utilized and relied upon by the agencies requesting the background investigations to determine whether the subjects were suitable for positions having access to classified information, for positions impacting national security, or for receiving or retaining security clearances. Fitzgerald's false representations have required OPM's Federal Investigative Services to reopen and rework numerous background investigations that were assigned to him during the time period of his falsifications, at an estimated cost of $106,711 to the U.S. government. As part of his guilty plea, Fitzgerald agreed to pay that amount in restitution to Federal Investigative Services. This is one of several cases prosecuted by this office in the last three years involving false representations by background investigators and record checkers working on federal background investigations. Six background investigators and two record checkers previously were convicted of charges. Federal Investigative Services, formerly known as the Center for Federal Investigative Services or the Federal Investigative Services Division, through its workforce of approximately 7,300 investigators, is responsible for conducting background investigations for numerous federal agencies and their contractors, on individuals either employed by or seeking employment with

9 those agencies or contractors. Federal Investigative Services processed approximately 2 million investigations in the 2010 fiscal year. In conducting background investigations, the investigators conduct interviews of individuals who have information about the person who is the subject of the review. In addition, the investigators seek out, obtain, and review documentary evidence, such as employment records, to verify and corroborate information provided by either the subject of the background investigation or by persons interviewed during the investigation. After conducting interviews and obtaining documentary evidence, the investigators prepare a Report of Investigation containing the results of the interviews and document reviews, and electronically submit the material to OPM in Washington, D.C. OPM then provides a copy of the investigative file to the requesting agency, which can use the information to determine an individual's eligibility for employment or a security clearance. "Background investigations are an important tool for safeguarding classified information and our national security," said U.S. Attorney Machen. "With today's plea, seven background investigators have been convicted for intentionally misrepresenting facts involving investigations they conducted. These prosecutions demonstrate how seriously we take the integrity of the background investigation process."

Former U.S. Official Sentenced to 65 Months in Prison

For Sexually Assaulting Woman on Embassy Property in Algeria Andrew Warren, 43, a former official with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), was sentenced to 65 months in prison on charges of abusive sexual contact and unlawful use of cocaine while possessing a firearm. Warren pleaded guilty to the charges in June 2010 and was sentenced in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia by the Honorable Judge Ellen S. Huvelle. The judge ordered that Warren be placed on 10 years of supervised release upon completion of his prison term. He also will be required to register as a sex offender. During the plea hearing last year, Warren admitted that on February 17, 2008, he committed abusive sexual contact while on U.S. embassy property in Algiers, Algeria, by engaging in sexual contact with a female victim after he rendered her unconscious. Additionally, Warren admitted that on April 26, 2010, he unlawfully used cocaine while possessing a Glock, 9 millimeter semi-automatic pistol in Norfolk, VA

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Maryland Man Pleads Guilty to Federal Charge In Armed Assault Against U.S. Capitol Police Officers

Defendant Brandished Gun in Confrontation With Police John Wesley Wheeler, Jr., 30, of Suitland, Maryland, pled guilty to a federal charge stemming from an armed confrontation that took place in September 2010 with U.S. Capitol Police officers. Wheeler appeared before the Honorable Judge Richard W. Roberts in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. He pled guilty to one count of assaulting, resisting, or impeding certain officers or employees. He faces a statutory maximum sentence of 20 years in prison. Sentencing was scheduled for May 19, 2011. FACTS: According to the Statement of Offense and plea agreement filed with the Court by the government, on September 17, 2010, at approximately 4:55 a.m., Capitol Police Officer Derrick Conrad was on duty and in full uniform while sitting in a marked police car at a stationary post in the 100 block of Independence Avenue SW. Officer Conrad saw an individual, later identified as Wheeler, across the street. The defendant paced back and forth for a short period of time, left, and returned within minutes to that same location. Very soon after returning, Wheeler charged from across the street directly at Officer Conrad and pointed a loaded firearm at him. Officer Conrad, fearing for his life and with little time to react, drove his marked car quickly up the street to safety and used his police radio to give a description of the defendant. The government's proof would establish that in preparation to fire his weapon, Wheeler "racked" a round into the chamber of his semi-automatic weapon ­ as conclusively demonstrated by a nine-millimeter cartridge that was recovered near the intersection where he pointed the gun at Officer Conrad. Within approximately four minutes, other Capitol Police Officers saw Wheeler, who matched the suspect's description provided by Officer Conrad, in the area of Second and C Streets SW. They used a spotlight from a marked police car to shine on him. In addition, the police officers shouted commands instructing Wheeler to show his hands. Instead, Wheeler pulled out a firearm and pointed it toward two uniformed Capitol Police officers. The police officers shouted additional commands at the defendant to drop his weapon and get on the ground, but he did not comply. The two officers then utilized their agency-issued firearms and fired at the defendant, hitting him multiple times. Wheeler fell to the ground and dropped his firearm nearby. Police officers recovered a nine-millimeter handgun, on the ground, within arm's reach of Wheeler. It was loaded with ammunition.

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Maryland Man Pleads Guilty in Bribery Scheme Aimed at Dominating District of Columbia's Taxicab Industry

Scheme Involved $360,000 in Illegal Payments Yitbarek Syume, 53, of Silver Spring, Maryland, pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit bribery, bribery and mail fraud charges stemming from his scheme to dominate the taxicab market in the District of Columbia. Syume, who ran a taxicab business, entered his guilty pleas in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia before the Honorable Senior Judge Paul L. Friedman. No sentencing date was scheduled. Syume faces up to 45 years imprisonment and a fine of up to $1 million. Under federal sentencing guidelines, the likely range is 87 to 108 months imprisonment. In connection with his guilty plea, Syume admitted that he participated in two bribery schemes. First, he admitted to conspiring to bribe public officials in an effort to obtain multi-vehicle taxicab company licenses in a scheme that lasted from September 2007 until September 2009. In this scheme, Syume admitted to simultaneously paying bribes in an attempt to influence legislation that would increase the value of those licenses. In sum, Syume and his associates were attempting to corner the taxicab market in the District of Columbia. This scheme involved approximately $270,000 in illegal payments and attempted illegal payments. Second, Syume admitted to conspiring to bribe a public official to obtain taxicab operator's licenses in September 2009. This scheme involved approximately $90,000 in bribes. In a third and unrelated scheme, Syume also admitted to defrauding the New York State Insurance Fund of more than $100,000, by filing false worker's compensation claims. Syume has been in custody since his arrest in October 2009. Sixteen other people have pleaded guilty to charges in the overall investigation, including the former chief of staff of a District of Columbia Council member. "This investigation uncovered a pervasive scheme to take over the taxicab industry in the District of Columbia through bribery and corruption," said U.S. Attorney Machen. "Today's plea by Mr. Syume, one of the ringleaders, was a big step forward in dismantling this scheme and protecting District of Columbia taxpayers." "Bribery and corruption by public officials undermine the principles that support our democratic system and wear down the people's confidence in our government," said Assistant Director McJunkin. "The FBI works to hold accountable corrupt politicians and those who would bribe them. This case is an example of that hard work."

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Baltimore Man Convicted of Traveling From Maryland to D.C.

To Have Sex With 13-Year-Old Child Calvin Allen, 24, of Baltimore, Md., pled guilty to a charge of traveling interstate to engage in illicit sexual conduct. Allen appeared before the Honorable Judge Reggie B. Walton in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. He faces a maximum sentence of 30 years imprisonment and a fine of up to $250,000. Sentencing is scheduled for May 24, 2011. FACTS: According to a factual proffer of evidence court proceeding, on November 10, 2010, an MPD member of the FBI's Child Exploitation Task Force, who was operating undercover and posing as a pedophile as part of the investigation, communicated with the defendant by e-mail and instant messenger. During the course of the communication, Allen expressed interest in meeting an under-aged boy and engaging in sexual contact with the child. Later that same day, Allen traveled from Baltimore to a pre-arranged meeting place in Washington, D.C. He was then arrested. This case was brought as part of the Department of Justice's Project Safe Childhood initiative and investigated by the FBI's Child Exploitation Task Force, which includes members of the Metropolitan Police Department. In February 2006, the Attorney General created Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative designed to protect children from online exploitation and abuse. Led by the U.S. Attorney's Offices, Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state, and local resources to better locate, apprehend, and prosecute individuals who exploit children via the Internet, as well as identify and rescue victims. For more information about Project Safe Childhood, please visit www.projectsafechildhood.gov.

Virginia Man Sentenced For Traveling From Virginia to D.C.

To Have Sex With 12-Year-Old Child Mark Linek, 51, of Alexandria, Va., has been sentenced to 46 months in prison for traveling interstate to engage in illicit sexual conduct. Linek pled guilty in October 2010 and was sentenced on March 8, 2011 by the Honorable Thomas F. Hogan in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Judge Hogan ordered that Linek be placed on ten years of supervised release upon completion of his prison term. FACTS: According to a factual proffer of evidence presented during the plea hearing, on June 14, 2010, an MPD member of the FBI's Child Exploitation Task Force, operating undercover and posing as a pedophile as part of the investigation, communicated with the defendant by instant messenger.

13 During the course of the communication, Linek expressed interest in meeting an under-aged boy and engaging in sexual contact with the child. Linek also sent the undercover several videos of child pornography by instant messenger. On June 15, 2010, Linek traveled from Alexandria to a pre-arranged meeting place in Washington, D.C. When he arrived at the meeting time and place, he was stopped and placed under arrest. This case was brought as part of the Department of Justice's Project Safe Childhood initiative and investigated by the FBI's Child Exploitation Task Force, which includes members of the Metropolitan Police Department. In February 2006, the Attorney General created Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative designed to protect children from online exploitation and abuse. Led by the U.S. Attorney's Offices, Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state, and local resources to better locate, apprehend, and prosecute individuals who exploit children via the Internet, as well as identify and rescue victims. For more information about Project Safe Childhood, please visit www.projectsafechildhood.gov.

District Woman Pleads Guilty to Theft Charge Stemming From Her Role in Credit Card Scheme

Used Stolen Identifying Information to Pay D.C. Parking Tickets Trina Hailstorks, 44, of Washington, D.C., pled guilty to a charge of first degree theft stemming from her role in a scheme in which people used stolen credit cards to pay parking tickets. Hailstorks pled guilty in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The Honorable Judge Henry H. Kennedy, Jr. scheduled sentencing for June 27. Hailstorks faces a possible statutory sentence of up to 10 years of incarceration and a $5,000 fine. Under federal sentencing guidelines, she faces a likely sentence of up to six months of incarceration. FACTS: According to information presented to the Court by the governmetn, beginning in 2005, a group of people conspired to steal the identifying information of numerous people, use that information to illegally obtain credit accounts, and use those accounts to acquire merchandise, pay for services, and pay for D.C. parking tickets. In connection with the scheme, one co-conspirator enlisted Hailstorks to be the conduit with approximately 15 to 20 individuals. These individuals owed the District of Columbia money for parking tickets and wanted to have their tickets paid for less than the full cost. For each person, Hailstorks collected the parking tickets, along with cash representing half of the face value of the fines owed to the District of Columbia. She then provided the tickets and the cash to a co-conspirator, who used stolen credit cards to pay for the full value of the District of Columbia parking tickets, approximately $13,550. Once the District of Columbia became aware

14 of the scheme, the Department of Motor Vehicles reversed the charges on the accounts that were used to make the payments and reinstated the parking tickets at issue. Six others have previously pleaded guilty in connection with the investigation into the broader credit card scheme.

Maryland Man Pleads Guilty in Mortgage Fraud Scheme

Noah Black, 42, of Hyattsville, Md., pled guilty to federal charges of wire fraud and aggravated identity theft in connection with a mortgage fraud scheme. Black entered his guilty pleas in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The Honorable Judge Richard W. Roberts scheduled sentencing for June 16, 2011. FACTS: According to the factual proffer presented to the Court, during May 2006, Black arranged a fraudulent real estate sale of a home in Upper Marlboro, Md. that at one time was owned in the name of one of his family members. Black pretended to be another individual, referred to in Court as "D.S.," in order to secure mortgage loans of approximately $700,000. He had obtained the identifying information of "D.S." when Black, a realtor, attempted to sell a different home to the victim. In order to corroborate his alleged identity, Black had a fraudulent Maryland driver's license created. The license combined Black's own photo with the identifying information of the victim. He continued using the fraudulent identification when he obtained two motor vehicles by fraud later that year. On or about May 18, 2006, as part of the settlement process on the home in Upper Marlboro and relying upon the defendant's fraudulent representations, New Century Mortgage Corp., which is located in Reston, Virginia, sent a fax to Settlement Solutions, which is located in Maryland. After the sale was completed, the mortgage eventually went into default while it was listed as owned by "D.S."

District Woman Pleads Guilty to Theft Charge

In Connection With Her Role in Credit Card Scheme Anita Edwards, 40, of Washington, D.C., pled guilty to a charge of first degree theft stemming from her role in a credit card scheme. Edwards entered the pre-indictment guilty plea in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The Honorable Henry H. Kennedy, Jr. scheduled her sentencing for May 19, 2011. She faces a possible statutory sentence of up to 10 years of incarceration, a $5,000 fine, and three years of supervised release. Under federal sentencing guidelines, she faces a likely sentence of up to six months of incarceration.

15 FACTS: According to information presented to the Court by the government, beginning in 2005, a group of individuals conspired to steal the identifying information of numerous people, use that information to illegally obtain credit accounts, and use those accounts to acquire merchandise, pay for services, and pay for D.C. parking tickets. In connection with the scheme, Edwards wrongfully received a $500 store gift card on a store credit account at Victoria's Secret. The credit account was underwritten by World Financial Capitol Bank. The gift card was, in fact, nonfunctional. Seven other individuals have previously pleaded guilty in connection with this case.

Former Treasurer of International Fraternity Sentenced

In Connection With Bank Fraud Terry Davis, 43, the former elected National Treasurer of Phi Beta Sigma, an international fraternal organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., has been sentenced to time served of 31 months in prison for committing bank fraud stemming from his theft of more than $50,000 from the fraternity's bank accounts. Davis, formerly of Memphis, Tenn. and Herndon, Va., was sentenced on March 14, 2011 in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia by the Honorable Reggie B. Walton. In addition to the sentence of 31 months, Judge Walton ordered that the defendant pay restitution of $50,000 to Phi Beta Sigma and be placed on five years of supervised release. The parties had agreed upon the period of incarceration and restitution amount as part of the plea agreement, which Judge Walton accepted as part of the sentence. A federal jury sitting in the District of Columbia had convicted Davis of bank fraud and other charges on May 3, 2007. The District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals reversed those convictions on February 26, 2010. Davis had been imprisoned as part of the earlier convictions from May 3, 2007 through December 5, 2009. On November 30, 2010, Davis pled guilty to a one-count Information charging bank fraud. As part of an Agreed Statement of Offense filed in connection with the plea agreement, Davis admitted that between January 2001 and June 2003, while he was the elected, National Treasurer of Phi Beta Sigma, he stole money from the fraternity's bank accounts by writing checks to cash, which he would then negotiate by means of his personal bank account. In order to circumvent the requirement of a second signature of another fraternity officer on the checks, Davis presented checks containing the forged signature of the fraternity's National President or simply negotiated the checks without the required second signature. As part of the scheme to defraud, Davis admitted that he falsely represented on the memo line of some of the checks and to responsible officials at the fraternity that the checks to cash were written to fund legitimate fraternity activities, whereas, as Davis well knew, the checks were

16 used for his own personal benefit. Davis admitted that he used at least $50,000 of the proceeds obtained through the scheme for his personal benefit.

Maryland Sports Manager Pleads Guilty to Tax Evasion, Conspiracy to Commit Bank and Wire Fraud

Admits to Evading More Than $1 Million in Taxes Nathan A. Peake, 40, a sports manager and resident of Silver Spring, Md., entered a plea of guilty in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to one count of tax evasion and one count of conspiracy to commit bank and wire fraud. The Honorable Ricardo M. Urbina set a sentencing date of August 2, 2011. Peake faces a maximum prison sentence of 10 years. Under federal sentencing guidelines, the likely range is a prison term of 41 to 51 months. FACTS: According to court documents, Peake has managed professional basketball players and boxers since 1999 under the name Peake Management Group, Inc. (PMG). Peake did not file income tax returns for the years 2000 through 2007, despite earning significant amounts of income over that period of time. Between 2000 and 2007, Peake diverted approximately $5,836,940 in management and agent fees from his business to personal bank accounts or commercial bank accounts that he controlled in names other than PMG. Peake committed numerous affirmative acts of evasion, including misappropriating proceeds from a $3.5 million commercial line of credit that one of his client athletes guaranteed and ultimately paid off, paying himself and his wife out of those commercial bank accounts that he controlled in names other than PMG, using cash to pay personal and business expenses, withdrawing cash in amounts less than $10,000 (an amount greater would have required banks to file currency transaction reports), and paying personal expenses with business receipts. In total, Peake admitted to evading in excess of $1 million in income taxes. In addition, Peake and others conspired to provide false information to several mortgage lenders over a nine-year period regarding Peake's employment, income, rental receipts, and obligations to the federal government. This included fabricated letters that falsely represented that Peake had filed federal income tax returns, reporting self employment wages, which had been reviewed by a certified public accountant. A co-defendant in the case, Gregory L. McCormick, 55, is awaiting trial on charges, including conspiracy to commit bank and wire fraud and obstruction of justice.

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Former D.C. Deputy Assistant Inspector General Pleads Guilty to Filing False Statements, Fraud

Admits Helping a Friend Fake D.C. Residency to Obtain a Job Cheryl L. Ferrara, a former Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Audits for the District of Columbia Office of Inspector General, pled guilty to charges of filing false statements and second degree fraud. Ferrara, 46, of Silver Spring, Md., Maryland, admitted helping a friend fake D.C. residency to help the woman obtain a job. She also admitted improperly using money from the Association of Inspectors General (AIG), an organization for which she was the treasurer. She entered her guilty plea in U.S. District Court in the District of Columbia before the Honorable Magistrate Judge John M. Facciola. Ferrara faces up to a year in prison for the two misdemeanor offenses when she is sentenced August 5, 2011. Pursuant to the plea agreement, Ferrara has agreed to resign as treasurer of AIG. She also was required to notify her supervisor at her most recent place of employment, the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction. She resigned from that position this month. Under the plea agreement, Ferrara also is to notify the appropriate agencies that issued her government security clearance and her CPA license of her guilty plea. FACTS: According to the government's evidence, with which Ferrara agreed, her friend, Anurak Duangphut, lived in Silver Spring, Md. Ferrara knew Duangphut because Duangphut had babysat Ferrara's young daughter for three years. Subsequently the two kept in touch. On December 6, 2007, the District of Columbia posted a vacancy announcement for the position of Staff Assistant in the Audit Division of the D.C. Office of Inspector General. This posting noted that a bona fide D.C. resident at the time of application would be entitled to claim a hiring preference over a non-resident applicant. Under District of Columbia Personnel Regulations, when two or more applicants for a position in the D.C. Career Service are equally qualified, the applicant with residency preference shall be listed and selected ahead of the equally qualified non-preference candidate. When the job announcement was posted, Ferrara told Duangphut that she should apply. On December 13, 2007, Duangphut signed an employment application in which she falsely stated that she resided on Columbia Road NW, Washington, D.C. An attached Residency Preference Form, signed by Duangphut, was submitted to the D.C. Department of Human Resources. The form states that the making of a false statement is punishable by criminal penalties. When Duangphut was applying for the job, Ferrara told her that she had to pick a D.C. resident for the position. Ferrara knew that Duangphut did not live in the District.

18 Duangphut asked Ferrara for assistance in support of her application. Ferrara gave Duangphut a list of documents she needed to falsely show residency, such as a lease and rent payments. Ferrara pulled a sample lease off the Internet and gave it to Duangphut. Pursuant to Ferrara's suggestion, Duangphut used the name of someone with whom Ferrara had done business as the purported landlord and his company as the purported owner of the property. When Duangphut initially submitted the lease as proof of residency, it was not accepted by the D.C. government. To make it look more authentic, Ferrara placed a false notarization on it. In order to show that Duangphut had been paying rent, the two women opened a checking account at Wachovia Bank for Duangphut. Ferrara told Duangphut to make out the rent checks to the alleged real estate company from this account and give them to Ferrara. Because Duangphut did not have sufficient funds, Ferrara put money in this account for Duangphut's rent checks and to make it appear that Duangphut had income from a job. AIG is a national organization that fosters and supports the work and training of Inspectors General and professional staff. Ferrara was treasurer of the D.C. chapter in 2007 until late-2008. In 2009, she became treasurer of the national organization. The AIG had an account with Bank of America. While Ferrara was treasurer, she had access and control of this account, but she was not authorized to write checks to herself from it. Some of the money that Ferrara placed in the Wachovia Bank checking account for Duanghput came from AIG's bank account. During the hiring process, Duangphut was in fact given a residency preference. After Duangphut was hired by the D.C. government, she worked under Ferrara. On April 11, 2008, Duangphut opened a post office box in the District of Columbia. Thereafter, she had her employment-related mail, including her pay stubs, forwarded there. Ferrara had recommended to Duangphut that she open a post office box close to the office. Later, when Ferrara was interviewed by the investigators in this matter, she said she took the steps because she wanted to hire Duangphut. Further, she said that, beyond using the AIG Bank of America account to wash through the false rent payments by Duangphut, she often used the account for personal purposes. She admitted making a $2,000 payment from that account to her husband's credit union, a $5,000 payment to her own Wachovia Bank account, a $4,000 payment to Chase Card Services, and a $2,000 payment to a co-worker. Ferrara agreed that her treatment of the AIG account involved improper accounting procedures, regardless of whether she intended to repay the money later. She also acknowledged that she improperly advanced herself $7,000 from this account, although she claimed she ultimately paid back this money.

19 Duanghput, now 31, earlier pled guilty to a charge of filing false statements. At sentencing, she was ordered to pay $3,403 in restitution and perform 100 hours of community service.

District Man Pleads Guilty to Distributing Child Pornography

Collection Included More Than 20,000 Photos and 500 Videos A 39-year-old District of Columbia resident, Gustavo Chinchilla, has pled guilty to distribution of child pornography. Chinchilla entered his guilty plea in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia before the Honorable Beryl A. Howell. Under the terms of the plea agreement, the defendant has agreed to a sentence of 10 years in prison. Sentencing will take place on June 17, 2011. At the end of his prison term, Chinchilla will be deported, as he is not an American citizen. Chinchilla was subject to enhanced penalties because some of the images of child pornography involved prepubescent minors or minors who had not attained the age of 12 years, and some of the images and videos portrayed sadistic or masochistic conduct or other depictions of violence. Chinchilla admitted to distributing at least 10 images of child pornography, and possessing over 20,000 photographs and over 500 videos containing child pornography. This represents one of the largest collections of child pornography ever found in the District of Columbia. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's CyberTipline received complaint reports regarding child pornography being posted on the Internet from Ning, Inc., an Internet services company that allows registered users to create and customize their own websites which are hosted on Ning servers. Once a photograph is posted on a Ning website, it can be viewed and/or copied by other users around the world. The government investigation revealed that many of these complaints related to images posted by Chinchilla. Further investigation revealed that Chinchilla was uploading images from his residence in Northeast Washington, D.C. A search warrant was executed at Chinchilla's apartment, which revealed several computers which contained child pornography, and hundreds of CDs and DVDs containing child pornography. The search also uncovered handwritten notes listing websites that cater to individuals interested in child pornography. Subsequent to the search of his residence, law enforcement arrested Chinchilla. Chinchilla admitted that he knowingly sought images depicting children engaged in sexually explicit conduct approximately once or twice a week from various Ning websites and that he downloaded those images. Chinchilla also admitted uploading child pornography to Ning websites on at least two occasions. This case was brought as part of the Department of Justice's Project Safe Childhood initiative and investigated by the FBI's Child Exploitation Task Force, which includes members of the Metropolitan Police Department. In February 2006, the Attorney General created Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative designed to protect children from online exploitation and abuse. Led by the U.S. Attorney's Offices, Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state, and local resources to better locate, apprehend, and prosecute individuals who exploit children via

20 the Internet, as well as identify and rescue victims. For more information about Project Safe Childhood, please visit www.projectsafechildhood.gov.

D.C. Woman Pleads Guilty to Embezzling Social Security Checks

Shara Curtis, 46, of Bennett Place, N.E., pled guilty to the federal charge of embezzlement of public money. Curtis entered her guilty plea in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The Honorable Judge Robert L. Wilkins scheduled sentencing for July 6, 2011. FACTS: According to the factual proffer presented to the Court, in 2004, Ms. Curtis became the representative payee for MP, who was entitled to Social Security benefits. Accordingly, United States Treasury checks were made payable to "Shara D. Curtis For [MP]" and sent to the address of Ms. Curtis in Washington, D.C. Ms. Curtis was responsible to use the money from these checks for the benefit of MP. In August 2005, MP was incarcerated for a crime, thus making him ineligible for Social Security benefits. Beginning in August 2005 and ending with a check dated September 1, 2009, Ms. Curtis continued to cash Treasury checks sent to her for the benefit of MP. The total amount embezzled from these checks was $30,738. A stimulus rebate check for $250 also was embezzled. Ms. Curtis spent the money from cashing the checks on items for her benefit, such as paying her rent and utilities.

Former Administrative Assistant to U.S. Senator Charged

With Making Prohibited Communications to Senate Office The former administrative assistant to a U.S. senator was charged by a federal grand jury in the District of Columbia with violating criminal conflict of interest laws. The indictment charges Douglas Hampton, 48, formerly of Las Vegas, with seven counts of violating the criminal conflict of interest laws. Hampton will be arraigned on March 31, 2011, in U.S. District Court in the District of Columbia. FACTS: According to the indictment, from January 2007 to April 30, 2008, Hampton was employed as the administrative assistant to a U.S. senator. The administrative assistant and chief of staff positions were the most senior positions in the senator's office. While he was serving as administrative assistant, Hampton allegedly signed a form certifying that he had completed training required by the Senate Select Committee on Ethics that included training on the one-year post-employment lobbying restrictions mandated by The Honest Leadership and Open Government Act of 2007. According to the indictment, that legislation was enacted by Congress for the purpose of providing greater transparency and accountability in both Houses by, among other things, slowing down the "revolving door" between congressional employment and post-employment lobbying activities. The legislation prohibits a senior Senate staffer, for a period of one year

21 after termination of employment with the Senate, from knowingly making any communication to a Senate office with the intent to influence official actions on behalf of another person. The indictment alleges that on May 1, 2008, Hampton left his employment with the U.S. senator and obtained employment as a government affairs consultant with an airline company and an energy company, both headquartered in Las Vegas. According to the indictment, between May 1, 2008, and May 1, 2009, while he was subject to The Honest Leadership and Open Government Act's one-year restriction, Hampton knowingly and willfully made, with the intent to influence, communications to staff members of the U.S. senator on behalf of the Las Vegas airline company and energy company, seeking action by the senator and the staff members in their official capacities. The indictment alleges that Hampton, on behalf of the airline company, sought the assistance of the senator and the staff members in convincing the Department of Transportation to reconsider its position on a fuel surcharge pricing issue and to delay or withdraw an enforcement action regarding fees charged on the company's website, as well as to help schedule a meeting in March 2009 involving the secretary of transportation and executives from the airline company. The indictment also alleges that Hampton, on behalf of the energy company, sought the assistance of the senator and the staff members to convince the Department of Interior to expedite release of an environmental impact statement that would allow the energy company to move forward on its delayed proposal to build a coal-fired power plant in eastern Nevada. The maximum penalty for each of the seven counts alleged in the indictment is five years in prison. Hampton also faces a maximum fine of $250,000 per count. An indictment is merely an accusation, and a defendant is presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.

Area Men Plead Guilty to Conspiracy to Commit Bribery

Berhane Leghese, 45, of Arlington, Va., and Amanuel Ghirmazion, 52, of Washington, D.C., pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to conspiring to commit bribery. Leghese and Ghirmazion, both of whom were involved in the taxicab industry, entered their guilty pleas today before the Honorable Paul L. Friedman, Senior United States District Judge. No sentencing dates have been scheduled. Leghese and Ghirmazion each faces up to five years imprisonment and a fine of up to a $250,000. Under the federal sentencing guidelines, each faces a likely sentencing guidelines range of 70 to 87 months imprisonment. In connection with their guilty pleas, Leghese and Ghirmazion admitted to conspiring to bribe public officials in an effort to obtain multi-vehicle taxicab company licenses in a scheme that

22 lasted from September 2007 until September 2009. This scheme involved approximately $270,000 in illegal payments and attempted illegal payments. Seventeen other people have pleaded guilty to charges in the overall investigation, including the former chief of staff of a District of Columbia Council member.

District Man Sentenced to 11 Years in Prison

In Connection With Bank Robbery Spree Tyrone Hines, 46, was sentenced to 11 years in prison on charges stemming from a weeklong bank robbery spree in 2010. Hines, of Washington, D.C., was convicted in October 2010 of one count of bank robbery and two counts of attempted bank robbery, following a trial in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. He was sentenced by the Honorable Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, who also ordered him to pay $5,000 in restitution for the crimes. FACTS: According to the government's evidence, between February 26, 2010, and March 4, 2010, Hines robbed a Citibank located in Northwest Washington, and attempted to rob a Bank of America in Southwest Washington and a BB&T bank in Northwest Washington. During each of the robberies, Hines presented a teller with a note warning that he would detonate a bomb if he was not given money. He stole $5,000 from the Citibank.

Taiwanese Shipping Company Convicted of Discharging Oily Bilge Waste into the Waters of American Samoa

Koo's Shipping Sentenced To Pay $1 Million For Violating U.S. And International Laws Protecting Oceans Koo's Shipping Company S.A., a Taiwanese corporation, pleaded guilty in federal court to charges of making false statements, knowingly failing to fully and accurately maintain an Oil Record Book as required by international treaty and U.S. law, and for knowingly discharging oily bilge waste into Pago Pago Harbor, American Samoa, without using proper pollution prevention equipment, announced Assistant Attorney General Ignacia S. Moreno and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Ronald C. Machen Jr. The plea took place before the Honorable Gladys Kessler in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The company was sentenced to pay a $750,000 criminal fine and pay $250,000 towards community service projects in American Samoa, and was placed on probation for three years. The community service payment will be split equally between the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation for environmental restoration and protection projects in American Samoa.

23 "We will aggressively prosecute vessel companies who willfully violate the laws enacted to protect our oceans," said Assistant Attorney General Moreno, head of the Environment and Natural Resources Division for the Department of Justice. "Koo's is paying a just price for knowingly discharging oily waste into the ecologically sensitive harbor of Pago Pago. This penalty will help restore and protect the environment of American Samoa." "This million dollar penalty will deter others from illegally dumping oil into our oceans and harbors, while at the same time providing resources to clean up our environment," said U.S. Attorney Machen. "The sentence also requires Koo's to establish a comprehensive program to prevent future environmental violations. We hope that forward-looking companies will establish similar programs to protect our natural resources rather than face the threat of criminal prosecution and hefty fines." "I am extremely proud of the combined efforts of the U.S. and American Samoa governments, as well as our industry partners in Pago Pago, that resulted in the first conviction of illegal dumping in American Samoan waters," said Captain Joanna M. Nunan, Commander of the Coast Guard Sector in Honolulu. "The $1,000,000 sentence, including $250,000 in coral reef restoration projects, sends the strong message that polluting our waters will not be tolerated." Koo's Shipping Company S.A. owned and operated a 4,491 gross ton 396 foot commercial ocean going ship named the M/V Syota Maru that carried frozen fish and fish products primarily in the Pacific Ocean and into American Samoa. On August 17, 2010, the U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Detachment in American Samoa conducted an inspection of the vessel in Pago Pago. The Coast Guard learned, from inspecting the engine room and interviewing crewmembers, that the crew had been discharging oily bilge waste directly into the ocean without using the required pollution prevention equipment. The Coast Guard inspection lasted several days, and on August 19 and August 26, 2010, the Coast Guard witnessed and learned that the crew was dumping oily bilge waste directly into Pago Pago Harbor without using proper pollution prevention equipment. All discharges of oil or oily bilge waste from a vessel into the sea, even if illegal, are required to be recorded in the vessel's Oil Record Book. None of these discharges were recorded in the Oil Record Book for the M/V Syota Maru. "The oceans must be protected from shipping companies that look to cut corners by illegally dumping oily waste," said Nick Torres, Special Agent in Charge of EPA's criminal enforcement program in American Samoa. "Laws are enacted to prevent the oceans from being used as dumping grounds. Today's action shows that shipping companies that violate those laws will be held fully accountable for their crimes. The resolution of this case is great news for the American Samoan people and their environment." "Today's sentencing was both a success and benchmark, demonstrating the importance of continued joint efforts by federal law enforcement to enforce violations of U.S. and international maritime laws throughout the vast area of the South Pacific," said Joshua J. Masterson, Special

24 Agent-in-Charge of Coast Guard Investigative Service-Pacific Region. "Considering the volume of commercial fishing companies operating in and around the various U. S. Pacific Islands, we are likely just scratching the surface." The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation will receive $125,000 for the benefit of the Fagatele National Marine Sanctuary in American Samoa. The funds will be used for the abatement, cleanup, and remediation of pollution in the Sanctuary; and restoration of injured resources, particularly including coral reefs. The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation will also receive $125,000 for the preservation and restoration of coral reefs in or near American Samoa.

"Where criminal activity does damage to natural resources, it is a matter of good public policy that penalties are returned to those resources to mitigate the damage caused and to further protect them," said Jason Patlis, President and CEO of the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation. "The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is pleased to be a recipient of the community service funds resulting from this prosecution," said Tom Kelsch, Director of Conservation for the Foundation. "These funds will support vital conservation projects that will benefit coral reefs in and around American Samoa." During the period of probation, Koo's will be required to implement a comprehensive Environmental Compliance Plan (ECP) which will ensure that each of the ships owned or operated by Koo's complies with all maritime environmental requirements established under applicable international, flag state, and port state laws. The ECP establishes training programs for Koo's employees and a compliance manager who will be responsible for implementing the training program and making certain that Koo's complies with various audits and laws governing Koo's seagoing vessels. An independent monitor will report to the court about Koo's compliance with its obligations during the period of probation.

AT YOUR FINGER TIPS

Community partnerships are vital to thriving, healthy neighborhoods. As stakeholders, we all have a role to play in protecting the people, places and things that matter most: our families, our homes, and our communities. The U.S. Attorney's Office Community Prosecutors and Community Outreach Specialists are dedicated to working with residents to enhance public safety and improve the quality of life in the District of Columbia. Through our outreach efforts, we have established an ongoing partnership with the community, enabling our office to better address the public safety concerns of those we serve.

COMMUNITY RESOURCE GUIDE

In partnership with the Metropolitan Police Department and the District of Columbia Government, we have created a Community Resource Guide. The Community Resource Guide is an informational tool designed to help citizens access information about various agencies and service providers within the District. To access and download this user friendly tool, simply log onto: www.dccommunityprosecution.gov.

VINELINK

The District of Columbia Department of Corrections maintains a database that allows victims to search for information regarding an offender's current custody status. VINELink is the online version of VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday), and can be accessed at http://www.vinelink.com. This service allows crime victims to obtain timely and reliable information about criminal cases and the custodial status of offenders 24 hours a day. Through VINE or VINELink, victims may register to be notified automatically by phone, email, or TTY device whenever an offender is released, transferred, or escapes. Concerned citizens can also register to be notified when an offender's custody status changes. Users can register through their participating state or county toll-free by calling 1-877-329-7894.

D.C. SUPERIOR COURT

D.C. Superior Court maintains a public information database entitled, Remote Access to Court Dockets (RACD). This system reflects current docket entries in civil, criminal, domestic violence and tax cases, as well as large and small estate probate cases. Citizens can now obtain real time information regarding the status of specific cases of interest, via the following web address: www.dccourts.gov . For more details, you may contact the D.C. Superior Court Information Line at (202) 879-1010.

If you need additional information, please contact the Fourth District Community Prosecution Office at (202) 715-7415.

Following, you will find a publication titled, "This Week at the WFO." We hope you will find this additional information useful.

Issue 25 ­ March 2011

Bank Manager Pleads Guilty to $14 Million Fraud Scheme Linda Tribby of Lovettsville, Va. has admitted to stealing $14,169,878 from clients of a Northern Virginia Wachovia Bank. A former business relationship manager, Tribby admitted she told customers that Wachovia Bank offered a wealth management account product for which an account holder could earn tax-free interest ­ even though she knew that the bank did not offer such a product. When customers expressed interest in opening wealth management accounts, Tribby told them the accounts had been created on their behalf. The accounts never existed. Instead, when the customers instructed her to transfer a certain amount of funds from their bank accounts to what they believed to be their wealth management accounts, Tribby made transfers from the customers' bank accounts to her bank account or a bank account for her personal use. To avoid her scheme being detected, Tribby fabricated balance statements for the non-existing wealth management accounts and sent them to her customers on a periodic basis. She also made periodic interest payments to the customers' bank accounts to lead them to believe that their wealth management accounts were legitimate. Using the more than $14.1 million proceeds of her crime, Tribby purchased a house in West Virginia, approximately 200 acres of land in New York on which she built a hunting cabin, a lake house in New York, approximately 100 acres of land in Nevada, several automobiles, a luxury motor home, and a helicopter. Tribby will be sentenced in June 2011. East Coast Rapist Suspect Captured On March 4, just one week after initiating a nation media blitz that included a website and digital billboards, a suspect in the East Coast Rapist investigation has been arrested. The East Coast Rapist Task Force includes law enforcement from Fairfax County, Prince William County, Prince George's County, Leesburg, New Haven, CT, and Cranston, RI Police Departments along with the FBI. The Task Force worked closely with Law Enforcement Information Exchange (LInX), a sharing tool used by law enforcement nationwide, to develop a subject. A detailed tip called in by a member of the public to the Crime Solvers hotline further led investigators to arrest Aaron Thomas of New Haven, CT. The East Coast Rapist is wanted for 12 sexual assaults or attempted sexual assaults, each linked by DNA, between 1997 and 2009. More than 100 digital billboards in eight states featured composite sketches of the suspect. Click here to learn about the investigation or visit the website. Former Manassas School Teacher Pleads Guilty to Producing Child Pornography For the last 17 years Kevin Ricks, of Federalsburg, Md., produced and possessed child pornography, a charge which he plead guilty to in federal court earlier this month. In 2007, Ricks began teaching in Manassas, Va., during the week, spending his weekends in Federalsburg, Md. In Dec. 2009, Ricks admitted to engaging in sexually explicit conduct with a 16-year-old former student after getting the boy drunk with beer and approximately 10 shots of tequila. Evidence established that Ricks often served his victims large quantities of alcohol when committing his offense. Ricks was arrested in Feb. 2010 by the Manassas City PD and pled guilty to state charges of indecent liberties, for which he received a sentence of five years. Ricks was wanted in four other federal jurisdictions who, based on his federal guilty plea, have relinquished jurisdiction over their child pornography offenses, which occurred between 1994 and 2010. An agreed upon sentence of 300 months is expected in May 2011. This case was investigated by the Manassas City PD and the WFO. National Police Week 5 K Registration Each year the WFO welcomes law enforcement officers and their families from around the country for National Police Week. On Saturday, May 14 at 9:00 am meet us at the start line for the annual Police Week 5 K Run! To register visit www.nationalpoliceweek 5k.com, but hurry as this race sold out last year! For more information on National Police Week visit http://www.nationalpoliceweek.com/.

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The Following Report, Titled "Papered Arrests" Contains Details on Arrests and Charges Filed Against Defendants in the Fourth District.

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

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UNLAWFUL ENTRY

RIOS, ADONIS

2011CMD006617

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 3910 14th St. NW, WDC

401 03/28/2011 01:30

11041487

UNLAWFUL ENTRY

GEURRERO MARQUINA, ARNULFO JEOV

2011CMD006613

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 3910 14TH STREET NW

401 03/30/2011 07:30

11042553

Abuse of a Vulnerable Adult Threats DEMIAN S. AHN FIRST DEGREE SEX ABUSE- FORCE DAVID A. LAST SIMPLE ASSAULT KATHERINE L. WONG

HANCOCK, RANDY L

2011CMD005768

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT BLAIR RD and CEDAR ST, NW

402 03/04/2011 10:20

11003009

TORNERO, EMERO

2011CF1004009

SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, SEX OFFENSE UNIT Alley R/O 6200 Chillum Place, N.W.

402 03/05/2011 02:30

11029511

FEARWELL, STEVEN L

2011CMD004040

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 5924 9TH ST. NW. Apt. 206

2

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 402 03/05/2011 22:45 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME SIMPLE ASSAULT CATHLIN TULLY DEFENDANT'S NAME KNIGHT, ADRIAN M PAPERED CASES 2011DVM000461 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 508 Powhatan Pl, NW, WDC 402 03/07/2011 12:50 11030557 SIMPLE ASSAULT CATHLIN TULLY BAJAN, CASASOLA 2011DVM000466 SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 5926 GEORGIA AVE 402 03/08/2011 09:40 11018279 SIMPLE ASSAULT LESLIE GOEMAAT BEACH, CHRISTIAN 2011DVM000481 SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 1304 RITTENHOUSE ST NW 402 03/08/2011 13:15 11029371 THREATS TO DO BODILY HARM -MISD STEVEN K. ARMSTRONG RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY-MISD JOHN D. CRABB ASSAULT ON A POLICER OFFICER-DANG WEAPON AARON A. FATE SHOPLIFTING MARIA C. LLOYD TATE, BRANDON J 2011CMD004298 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT GEORGIA AND VAN BUREN FERNANDEZ, DIONI 2011CMD004261 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 5922 13th St., NW, Washington, D.C. WITHERS, JAMAL D 2011CMD004429 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 1200 BLK ROCK CREEK FORD RD. HAYES, EDNA F 2011CMD004668 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 128 KENNEDY ST NW

11029931

402 03/08/2011 14:08

11030961

402 03/10/2011 11:25

11032097

402 03/14/2011 14:40

11034318

3

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 402 03/16/2011 03:01 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME UTTERING NATALIA M. BURNETT DEFENDANT'S NAME KING, KELO L PAPERED CASES 2011CMD004776 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT North Capitol Street to w/b missouri Avenue NW 402 03/21/2011 13:45 11113877 POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD MONIQUE ABRISHAMI POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD MONIQUE ABRISHAMI POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD MONIQUE ABRISHAMI SIMPLE ASSAULT TONA BOYD REYES-BONILLA, JOSE C 2011CMD006212 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT

11012779

402 03/21/2011 13:45

11113877

UMANA, GUILLERMO

2011CMD006209

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT

402 03/21/2011 13:45

11113877

GONZALEZ, DAVID E

2011CMD006216

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT BEACH DRIVE AT GROVE 6 NW

402 03/21/2011 20:15

11038332

PHILLIPS, JERRY N

2011DVM000592

SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 1300 BLK SHERIDAN STREET, NW

402 03/22/2011 16:20

11038756

THREATS TO DO BODILY HARM -MISD TONA BOYD DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY LESS THAN $200 JAMES A. PETKUN

JOHNSON, ANTHONY

2011DVM000600

SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 501 PEABODY STREET, NW APT 4

402 03/22/2011 19:30

11038880

MEDLAY, JAMES

2011CMD006144

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 116 Kennedy Street NW

4

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 402 03/22/2011 22:45 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME 1ST DEGREE CRUELTY TO CHILDREN (GRAVE RISK) LAUREN H. DICKIE SIMPLE ASSAULT MARIA C. LLOYD DEFENDANT'S NAME JOHNSON, SHANTEL PAPERED CASES 2011CF2005257 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, SEX OFF./DOM. VIOLENCE, FELONY 200 UNDERWOOD ST NW Apt. 2

11038995

402 03/22/2011 23:50

11038994

HILL, DONALD G

2011CMD005295

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 6514 GEORGIA AVE. NW

402 03/27/2011 10:30

11041114

SIMPLE ASSAULT PHILIP A. SELDEN

MARTINEZ, MARVIN G

2011DVM000628

SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 1447 Somerset Place, NW, # 106

402 03/28/2011 18:45

11041796

SIMPLE ASSAULT MONIQUE ABRISHAMI

BURGESS, DILLARD J

2011CMD005619

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 6205 GEORGIA AVE

402 03/28/2011 20:51

11041852

THEFT SECOND DEGREE

LEVY, MARCUS

2011CMD006587

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 128 KENNEDY ST. N.W

402 03/29/2011 10:00

11042031

SIMPLE ASSAULT

BRICE, LISA

2011CMD006579

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 6315 5TH ST. N.W.

402 03/29/2011 12:00

11042095

ASSAULT WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON JOHN C. TRUONG

PHILLIPS, JAMES

2011CF3005719

SC, FELONY MAJOR CRIMES SECTION 5029 1st St NW Apt #4

5

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 402 03/31/2011 16:05 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME DIST OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE DEFENDANT'S NAME SINGLETARY, KELVIN R PAPERED CASES 2011CF2005876 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, FELONY UNIT 5420 New Hampshire Ave, NW 402 03/31/2011 16:05 11043258 POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD HUDGENS, ANTONIO 2011CMD005878 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, FELONY UNIT

11043258

402 03/31/2011 18:11

11043333

DISTRIBUTION OF MARIJUANA-MISD KENYA K. DAVIS DIST OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE KENYA K. DAVIS SIMPLE ASSAULT JAMES A. PETKUN

EDMONDSON, TERESA

2011CMD005862

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION

402 03/31/2011 18:11

11043333

WILLIAMS, EMMANUEL 2011CF2005861

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION 5900 B/O GA AVE N.W.

402 03/31/2011 23:45

11043503

DEKASER, ARMAND T

2011CMD005842

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT R/O 5100 4TH ST NE

403 03/01/2011 09:20

11027317

SIMPLE ASSAULT RYAN J. MURGUIA

APPLING, MARVIN B

2011DVM000419

SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 55 GALLATIN ST NW

403 03/01/2011 16:00

11027522

ASSAULT WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON LAUREN H. DICKIE

COLLINS, JUSTIN M

2011CF3003818

SC, SEX OFF./DOM. VIOLENCE, FELONY 633 INGRAHAM ST., NW (F/O)

6

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 403 03/01/2011 20:02 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME SIMPLE ASSAULT DEMIAN S. AHN DEFENDANT'S NAME ECCLES, KEVIN D PAPERED CASES 2011CMD003834 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 1358 MADISON ST NW 403 03/01/2011 20:02 11027687 SIMPLE ASSAULT DEMIAN S. AHN ADAMS, MARLON L 2011CMD003833 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 1358 Madison St NW 403 03/01/2011 20:02 11027687 SIMPLE ASSAULT DEMIAN S. AHN SLADE, FREDDIE D 2011CMD003831 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 1358 Madison St. NW 403 03/02/2011 19:30 11028282 POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD KRISTIN A. MORESI POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD DENNIS R. KIHM VIOLATION OF PROTECTION ORDER ADRIENNE D. MORAN POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD MONIQUE ABRISHAMI COVINGTON, CAMILLE 2011CMD003919 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 5128 2ND ST NW Apt. 3 WILLIAMS, DARNELL 2011CMD003920 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 5128 2nd St, NW Apt. 3 SCOTT, MALCOLM K 2011DVM000443 SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 5910 14TH ST. N.W. MURDOCK, JAMES E 2011CMD005019 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 1100 BLK JEFFERSON ST. NW

11027687

403 03/02/2011 19:30

11028282

403 03/03/2011 21:23

11009149

403 03/05/2011 19:10

11029841

7

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 403 03/06/2011 03:40 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME POSS PROHIBITED WEAPON -KNIFE ALLEN T. O'ROURKE SIMPLE ASSAULT STEVEN K. ARMSTRONG DEFENDANT'S NAME SARAVIA, ALEXANDRIA I PAPERED CASES 2011CMD004079 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 5800 COLORADO AVE NW HELUFF, BERHANE 2011CMD005042 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 5600 BLOCK GEORGIA AVE AND MADISON 403 03/07/2011 22:20 11030845 SIMPLE ASSAULT CATHLIN TULLY RENNIE, ALLEN 2011DVM000464 SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 5128 2ND ST NW Apt. BASEM 403 03/08/2011 18:45 11031308 POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD ZOE A. ANTWI SIMPLE ASSAULT CLAYTON H. O'CONNOR KNIGHT, CHRISTIAN N 2011CMD004230 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 5500 5TH ST., NW NELSON, JOHNELLE 2011DVM000477 SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 4902 4TH ST NW 403 03/09/2011 08:45 11031549 SIMPLE ASSAULT ALLEN T. O'ROURKE MARTE, JANNA 2011CMD005303 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 9TH & LONGFELLOW ST NW 403 03/09/2011 12:45 11072217 THREATS TO DO BODILY HARM -MISD CLAYTON H. O'CONNOR STALLANS, JAMES A 2011DVM000491 SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 220 HAMILTON ST, NW

11030040

403 03/06/2011 13:50

11030190

403 03/08/2011 21:15

11031395

8

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 403 03/09/2011 17:40 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME SIMPLE ASSAULT CLAYTON H. O'CONNOR DEFENDANT'S NAME VANEGAS, ELMER PAPERED CASES 2011DVM000490 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 5420 9TH ST NW 403 03/09/2011 20:20 11031975 UNLAWFUL POSS OF A FIREARM SLAUGHTER, JAMAL 2011CMD004348 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 3728 GEORGIA AVENUE NW 403 03/10/2011 18:00 11032261 SECOND DEGREE CRUELTY TO CHILDREN JEFFREY T. COOK POSS W/I TO DIST A CONTROL SUBSTANCE ADRIENNE C. DEDJINOU THREATS TO DO BODILY HARM -MISD JAMES M. SHECKELS POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD SARITA FRATTAROLI SIMPLE ASSAULT MARIA C. LLOYD CURRY, JESSE L 2011DVM000495 SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 217 JEFFERSON ST NW THOMAS, MYRON 2011CF2004461 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION 5501 GEORGIA AVE, NW

11031777

403 03/11/2011 16:15

11032773

403 03/11/2011 16:15

11032628

OSMAN, RASHEEN

2011DVM000505

SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 1207 Jefferson Street, NW

403 03/11/2011 19:39

11032908

JONES, TIMONE

2011CMD004465

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 1200 BLOCK LONGFELLOW ST NW

403 03/12/2011 16:35

11033505

MOORE, GLENARD C

2011CMD004602

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 5700 GEORGIA AVE NW

9

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 403 03/12/2011 21:50 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME THEFT SECOND DEGREE TIMOTHY M. DUGGAN DEFENDANT'S NAME COHEN, NICHOLAS D PAPERED CASES 2011CMD005880 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 5500 block of FIRST STREET, NW 403 03/12/2011 21:50 11033571 THEFT SECOND DEGREE TIMOTHY M. DUGGAN WONG, HERMINE Y 2011CMD005882 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 5500 block of First Street NW 403 03/15/2011 22:10 11035052 POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD AARON A. FATE SIMPLE ASSAULT RUSSELL QUINIOLA JAMES, WAYNE A 2011CMD004762 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 900 DECATUR ST. NW ABNEY, QUEEN S 2011CMD004758 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 626 KENNEDY ST NW 403 03/17/2011 23:49 11036232 SIMPLE ASSAULT CHIRAAG BAINS BRUTON, MATHEW 2011DVM000554 SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 5202 New Hampshire Ave NW 403 03/18/2011 01:30 11036902 POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD PAUL JOSEPH POSS W/I TO DIST A CONTROL SUBSTANCE CHOWDHURY, JUNAID 2011CMD004989 A SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, FELONY UNIT 5600 BLOCK GEORGIA AVE NW LEE, SANITA Y 2011CF2005062 SC, FELONY MAJOR CRIMES SECTION 811 MADISON STREET NW

11033571

403 03/15/2011 22:15

11035070

403 03/20/2011 21:10

11037865

10

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 403 03/20/2011 21:10 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME UCSA PWID MARIJUANA DEFENDANT'S NAME LEE, SANITA Y 811 Madison Street, NW PAPERED CASES SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE

11037865

403 03/21/2011 16:50

11038229

POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD DENNIS R. KIHM Liquid PCP Possession Amendment Act of 2010

MCCOY, DEBRA

2011CMD005165

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 611 DECATUR ST, NW

403 03/21/2011 20:45

11038359

HUMBLES, DOMINIC R

2011CF2005175

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, FELONY UNIT 5300 Block of Georgia Ave, NW, Washington, DC

403 03/22/2011 09:20

11038573

UNLAWFUL ENTRY MONIQUE ABRISHAMI

HILL, RONALD J

2011CMD005977

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 5320 8th St., NW Apt. 7

403 03/22/2011 09:20

11038573

UNLAWFUL ENTRY SARITA FRATTAROLI

WEBLEY, JERMAINE L

2011CMD006220

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 5320 8TH STREET N.W. Apt. #7

403 03/22/2011 10:00

11175329

ROBBERY JOHN C. TRUONG

REYES, LEONEL

2011CF3005259

SC, FELONY MAJOR CRIMES SECTION 5500 BLOCK OF 13TH STREET NW

403 03/22/2011 10:00

11175329

ROBBERY JOHN C. TRUONG

GOMEZ, ERIK V

2011CF3005256

SC, FELONY MAJOR CRIMES SECTION 5500 BLOCK 13TH STREET NW

11

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 403 03/22/2011 15:20 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME THREATS TO DO BODILY HARM -MISD MICHAEL J. FRIEDMAN SEXUAL SOLICITATION DEFENDANT'S NAME LEE, GLENN E PAPERED CASES 2011DVM000604 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 800 Ingraham St. NW - Truesdale Elementary ROBERTS, TARRAH 2011CMD006440 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 14th & Upshur St. NW 403 03/23/2011 07:00 10165118 ASSAULT WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON MAGDALENA A. ACEVEDO DISTRIBUTION OF MARIJUANA-MISD MONIQUE ABRISHAMI DISTRIBUTION OF MARIJUANA-MISD MONIQUE ABRISHAMI POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD LOPEZ, JUAN 2011CF3005318 SC, FELONY MAJOR CRIMES SECTION 955 LONGFELLOW STREET NW, WASHINGTON DC COWLES, WILLIAM 2011CMD005361 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT

09035104

403 03/23/2011 02:15

11039576

403 03/23/2011 19:40

11039421

403 03/23/2011 19:43

11039421

ROBERTSON, MAURICE

2011CMD005360

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 400 BLOCK OF HAMILTON ST NW

403 03/24/2011 20:45

11039971

MAYES, DAVID U

2011CMD006519

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 5700 7TH ST NW (WEST ALLEY)

403 03/25/2011 11:26

11040189

SIMPLE ASSAULT PHILIP A. SELDEN

BROWN, JEANITA

2011DVM000623

SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 5411 GEORGIA AVE, NW

12

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 403 03/25/2011 21:00 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD ALLEN T. O'ROURKE ASSAULT ON A POLICER OFFICER-DANG WEAPON MICHAEL P. SPENCE RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY-FEL GAVIN M. BOWIE UNLAWFUL POSS OF A FIREARM TIMOTHY M. DUGGAN DEFENDANT'S NAME RUSHING, ARTHUR L PAPERED CASES 2011CMD005509 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, FELONY UNIT 4700 GEORGIA AVE NW STROMAN, JEWEL 2011CMD005625 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 935 KENNEDY ST NW THOMAS, ROYCE W 2011CF2005737 SC, FELONY MAJOR CRIMES SECTION 500 INDIANA AVENUE, NW

11040458

403 03/28/2011 17:30

11041825

403 03/29/2011 01:18

11003459

403 03/30/2011 18:00

11042824

JONES, DONNELL D

2011CMD005758

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 419 KENNEDY STREET NW # 2

403 03/31/2011 18:10

11043334

Forging or Imitating Brands or SALZANO, Packaging of Goods MARCANTONIO JAMES A. PETKUN POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD MONIQUE ABRISHAMI POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD TIMOTHY M. DUGGAN CLARK, GREGORY S

2011CMD005856

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 900 BLOCK GALLATIN STREET NW

403 03/31/2011 19:25

11043364

2011CMD005875

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 421 HAMILTON ST NW

404 03/01/2011 01:55

11027820

MCCOMBS, GREGORY 2011CMD003820 L

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 4300 5TH ST. N.W

13

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 404 03/01/2011 18:50 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD JOHN C. TRUONG SIMPLE ASSAULT RYAN J. MURGUIA DEFENDANT'S NAME BURTON, RODNEY PAPERED CASES 2011CMD003784 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, FELONY MAJOR CRIMES SECTION 228 UPSHUR ST. NW

11024446

404 03/01/2011 19:12

11027635

POLLARD, JERRY F

2011DVM000428

SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 600 QUINCY ST NW

404 03/02/2011 20:00

11024615

CONTEMPT RYAN J. MURGUIA

FOLKS, WILLIE M

2011DVM000432

SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 4314 GEORGIA AVE, NW, # 14

404 03/03/2011 21:15

11028833

POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD MATTHEW S. HASLINGER BURGLARY TWO JONATHAN W. HARAY

MARTINEZ, VINCENTE

2011CMD003973

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 3708 14th Street, NW

404 03/05/2011 21:20

11029956

GREEN, JENNIFER N

2011CMD004135

DC, CRIMINAL DIVISION, FEDERAL MAJOR CRIMES 5521 COLORADO AVE NW

404 03/06/2011 10:45

11017011

UCSA POSS. MARIJUANA

ARSHID, MOHAMMAD Piney Branch Parkway @ Grove 29

404 03/06/2011 10:45

11017011

NO PERMIT

ARSHID, MOHAMMAD Piney Branch Parkway @ Grove 29

14

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 404 03/06/2011 15:00 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD BRIAN A. LICHTER DISTRIBUTION OF MARIJUANA-MISD DEMIAN S. AHN THEFT SECOND DEGREE DEFENDANT'S NAME GRAHAM, RICHARD PAPERED CASES 2011CMD005033 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 16th Street at Allison Street, NW FITCH, DARRELL K 2011CMD004356 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 3906 14TH ST. NW SILVIA, SYDYI 2011CMD004453 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 3732 GEORGIA AVE., N.W. 404 03/11/2011 20:44 11032962 POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD AARON A. FATE SIMPLE ASSAULT RUSSELL QUINIOLA SPRIGGS JR., WILLIAM 2011CMD005380 L SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 4400 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE. NW HENDERSON, THOMAS E 2011CMD005884 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 9 GRANT CIRCLE, N.W. 404 03/15/2011 15:33 11034858 UNLAWFUL POSS AMMUNITION DEMIAN S. AHN THEFT SECOND DEGREE DENNIS R. KIHM BROOKS, CARLTON E 2011CMD004765 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 960 RANDOLPH ST NW WASHINGTON DC APARTMENT #23 WASHINGTON, ANTHOLENO 2011CMD004905 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 3732 GEORGIA AVE NW

11011139

404 03/09/2011 16:25

11031739

404 03/10/2011 18:35

11032284

404 03/13/2011 19:30

11033997

404 03/17/2011 19:25

11035466

15

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 404 03/17/2011 19:38 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD SARITA FRATTAROLI AGGRAVATED ASSAULT KNOWINGLY MERVIN A. BOURNE POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD TIMOTHY M. DUGGAN POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD BRIAN A. LICHTER SIMPLE ASSAULT MARIA C. LLOYD DEFENDANT'S NAME PEYTON, JOSEPH PAPERED CASES 2011CMD006160 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 400 CRTTENDEN ST NW HOWARD, MERL S 2011CF3004919 SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 29 SHERMAN CIR. NW HUDGENS, CHELA V 2011CMD006189 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 4600 BLOCK OF 4TH STREET NW BURNETT, WILLIE 2011CMD006139 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 800 TAYLOR ST NW MCDANIEL, ANDREW D 2011CMD006136 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 3930 14TH ST NW 404 03/19/2011 18:35 11037293 SIMPLE ASSAULT MARIA C. LLOYD YOUNG, WILLIE D 2011CMD005106 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 3900 BLOCK OF 14TH ST NW 404 03/19/2011 19:00 11037315 POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD RUSSELL QUINIOLA GRIFFIN, DARVIS 2011CMD006191 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 500 block Shepherd St., NW

11036106

404 03/17/2011 21:45

11036191

404 03/18/2011 16:23

11036570

404 03/18/2011 17:56

11036635

404 03/19/2011 17:18

11037250

16

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 404 03/19/2011 19:00 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD RUSSELL QUINIOLA POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD RUSSELL QUINIOLA SEX ABUSE- MISD MICHAEL J. FRIEDMAN DEFENDANT'S NAME JOHNSON, DAMIAN PAPERED CASES 2011CMD006195 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 500 BLOCK OF SHEPHERD ST. NW FRANCIS, JOHN 2011CMD006200 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 500 block of Shepherd St., NW GRADY, DAVID J 2011DVM000585 SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 1131 SPRING RD NW 404 03/22/2011 04:00 SIMPLE ASSAULT MILLA, TANIA Y 1200 RANDOLPH STREET

11037315

404 03/19/2011 19:00

11037315

404 03/21/2011 07:20

11027603

404 03/22/2011 13:25

11014235

POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD

ARSHID, MOHAMMAD

2011CMD006496

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT PINEY BRANCH PARKWAY North of 17th St.

404 03/22/2011 22:20

11038968

THEFT SECOND DEGREE MICHAEL P. SPENCE

WILLIS, MITCHELL E

2011CMD005286

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 200 CEDAR ST. NW

404 03/23/2011 17:44

11014316

DIST OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

BONILLA, ONER

2011CF2005333

SC, FELONY MAJOR CRIMES SECTION 1300 block of Georgia Avenue NW

17

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 404 03/24/2011 09:20 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME THEFT SECOND DEGREE DEFENDANT'S NAME BREVARD, TYRONE K PAPERED CASES 2011CMD006450 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 901 RHODE ISLAND AVE NE 404 03/25/2011 16:07 11040317 POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD NATALIA M. BURNETT ASSAULT ON MEMBER OF POLICE OR FIRE DPT ALSTON, WANDA D 2011CMD005471 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 3800 BLOCK OF GEORGIA AVE. NW MILLER, ANTHONY 3700 9th St. NW

11039642

404 03/26/2011 11:40

11040749

404 03/26/2011 11:40

11040749

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY (FELONY)

MILLER, ANTHONY 3700 9th St. NW

404 03/26/2011 11:40

11040749

ASSAULT ON CORRECTION OFFICER

MILLER, ANTHONY 3700 9th St. NW

404 03/26/2011 11:40

11040749

Failure to Obey a Lawful Order

MILLER, ANTHONY 3700 9th St. NW

404 03/27/2011 06:00

11041172

BURGLARY TWO JOHN C. TRUONG

HARRIS, HARVEY N

2011CF2005537

SC, FELONY MAJOR CRIMES SECTION 4701 GEORGIA AVE. NW

18

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 404 03/27/2011 23:40 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME CARRY PISTOL W/O LIC OUTSIDE HOME/BUSINESS ANTON P. JONGENEEL SIMPLE ASSAULT DIANA S. KIM DEFENDANT'S NAME WARD, MILTON N PAPERED CASES 2011CF2005519 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION 4800 block of Georgia Ave, NW

11041457

404 03/28/2011 17:50

11041758

CAMPBELL, QUENTRELL J

2011DVM000636

SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 6656 Georgia Ave. NW

404 03/29/2011 19:10

11042319

DIST OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

JOHNSON, ANTHONY

2011CF2005741

SC, FELONY MAJOR CRIMES SECTION 2718 Georgia Ave, NW

404 03/29/2011 20:00

11042358

DIST OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

VENTURA, ROSA

2011CF2005739

SC, FELONY MAJOR CRIMES SECTION 1414 Upshur St NW, WDC

405 03/08/2011 05:39

11030952

Unlawful Entry of a Motor Vehicle KENDRA D. BRIGGS POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD DENNIS R. KIHM POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD STEVEN K. ARMSTRONG

WILLIAMS, DARRYL B

2011CMD005386

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 53 CRITTENDEN ST, NE

405 03/10/2011 17:50

11032259

LEWIS, MARIA A

2011CMD005263

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 11 HAMILTON ST NE

405 03/12/2011 17:30

11033463

WILLIAMS, CHRISTOPHER L

2011CMD004564

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 4317 12TH PL, NE

19

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 405 03/14/2011 01:47 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY LESS THAN $200 JAMES M. SHECKELS SIMPLE ASSAULT ADRIENNE D. MORAN DEFENDANT'S NAME BOLANAS, OSCAR PAPERED CASES 2011DVM000515 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 4840 FORT TOTTEN DR NE PETTY, ERIC 2011DVM000537 SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 4353 VARNUM PL NE 405 03/17/2011 21:50 11036179 SIMPLE ASSAULT ALLEN T. O'ROURKE PHILLIPS, CHARLES E 2011CMD006126 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 290 TAYLOR ST NE 405 03/18/2011 15:15 11036536 SIMPLE ASSAULT RUSSELL QUINIOLA JOHNSON, NATHAN T 2011CMD004944 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 1150 VARNUM ST NE 405 03/19/2011 18:30 11037795 SIMPLE ASSAULT ERIK H. ZWICKER ALENDAN, GOODY B 2011DVM000582 SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 4510 7TH ST NE 405 03/20/2011 06:00 11037575 SIMPLE ASSAULT ERIK H. ZWICKER WILKINS, THEODORE D 2011DVM000573 SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 44052 2nd STREET, NE #1 405 03/21/2011 15:41 11038201 POSS OF A CONTROL SUBSTANCE -MISD MICHAEL P. SPENCE SHIELDS, LUKE 2011CMD005168 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 4516 FORT TOTTEN DRIVE NE

11033732

405 03/15/2011 18:50

11034964

20

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE PAPERED COMMUNITY PROSECUTION PAPERED ARRESTS

Criteria Entered; Arrest Date: 03/01/2011 - 03/31/2011, District: 4D, Sort: PSA, Arrest Date

PSA ARREST DATE 405 03/28/2011 01:34 CCN PAPERD LEAD CHARGE & AUSA'S NAME SIMPLE ASSAULT PHILIP A. SELDEN DEFENDANT'S NAME WELLS, MICHAEL V PAPERED CASES 2011DVM000629 SECTION ASSIGNMENT & LOCATION OF OFFENSE SC, SEX OFF./DOM.VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 4910 FORT TOTTEN DRIVE, NE 405 03/29/2011 22:10 11042421 Liquid PCP Possession Amendment Act of 2010 ABRAHAM Y. LEE ASSAULT ON A POLICER OFFICER-DANG WEAPON AARON A. FATE POSS W/I TO DIST A CONTROL SUBSTANCE HOLLAND, ERIC S 2011CF2005738 SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION 12th and Taylor St., NE

11041488

405 03/30/2011 16:09

11042780

TYLER, KEE

2011CMD005799

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT R/O 5100 4TH ST N.E WASHINGTON D.C

405 03/31/2011 17:13

11043305

SANTOS, ERICK T

2011CF2005873

SC, FELONY MAJOR CRIMES SECTION UNIT BLOCK OF HAMILTON STREET NE

405 03/31/2011 20:03

11043387

POSS DRUG PARAPHERNALIA-MISD BRIAN A. LICHTER THREAT TO INJURE A PERSON-FEL GAVIN M. BOWIE

HOLLAND, ERIC S

2011CMD005854

SC, GENERAL CRIMES SECTION, MISDEMEANOR UNIT 5009 12TH SREEET NE

407 03/17/2011 23:00

11135498

SORTO, JOEL

2011CF2004924

SC, FELONY MAJOR CRIMES SECTION 3910 14th Street NW

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