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May 28, 2019: Statement of Facts, Stewart Cumbo

STATEMENT OF FACTS Stewart Cumbo is a former Metropolitan and Maryland State Police Officer and he is currently a member of the City Council for the Town of Chesapeake Beach, Maryland located in Calvert County, Maryland and has been active in Chesapeake Beach politics for a number of years. On October 24, 2018, Detectives from  Read the Rest…

March 25, 2019: Jake Burdett, Statement of Facts

STATEMENT OF FACTS On or about October 2, 2018, Jake Burdett (“Defendant”) along with a members of an organization called Maryland Marijuana Justice (“MDMJ”) arrived at the Salisbury Office of Congressman Andy Harris requesting a meeting with Congressman Harris. The group did not have an appointment but Bill Reddish, Congressman Harris’s Community Liaison offered to  Read the Rest…

February 1, 2019: Statement of Facts, Floyd Briscoe Wright

STATEMENT OF FACTS – Floyd Briscoe Wright            Floyd Briscoe Wright (“Wright), DOB 10/28/1952, prepared taxes in the State of Maryland through his business, Briscoe & Associates, LLC, for many years including 2014, 2015 and 2016. After receiving a complaint about Wright’s services, the Comptroller of the State of Maryland conducted an audit on twenty  Read the Rest…

February 1, 2019: Ronald Chesek, Statement of Facts in Support of the Guilty Plea

RONALD CHESEK, STATEMENT OF FACTS IN SUPPORT OF THE GUILTY PLEA Beginning on February 16, 1993, the Defendant, Ronald I. Chesek (hereinafter “Defendant”), served as Treasurer for the “Friends of Joseph J. Minnick” campaign committee. In this role, Mr. Chesek was responsible for all funds belonging to the campaign, including maintaining the bank account and filing campaign  Read the Rest…

November 16, 2018: Statement of Facts for Roger Harris

Statement of Facts for Roger Harris 03–K-18-001655   Pursuant to a Pre-Indictment Plea, the following are the facts in support of the plea for State of Maryland v. Roger Harris 03-K-18-001655: Roger L. Harris, Jr. (“Harris”) was admitted to the Maryland Bar on June 25, 1997. Harris initially practiced law as an Assistant State’s Attorney  Read the Rest…

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