Baltimore Metro Rogues Gallery: Oct. 28-Nov. 2

Check out the links below and remember, an arrest does not indicate a conviction.

Each week we'll present a round-up of mugshots from around the Baltimore Metro region.

Want to read the full story? Check out the links below.

  • Two Men Were Allegedly Caught In The Act During A Burglary
  • A Man Was Arrested For Allegedly Trying To Steal A Motorcycle
  • Two People Were Arrested After Allegedly Squatting In A Home For Months
  • Accused Purse Thief 'Just Trying to Survive'
  • Man Charged in Chick-fil-A Line Robbery
FIFA November 05, 2012 at 07:19 PM
Interesting statistic. The US is #1 in the world for imprisoning it's citizens on a per capita basis. We jail over 20% more people than Russia does. I guess they must kill more? http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/cri_pri_per_cap-crime-prisoners-per-capita
Tom Kiefaber November 05, 2012 at 07:33 PM
Why blame the worsening symptoms of our imploding, class-stratified society and its imploding economic model as if the symptoms were the primary problem? We cannot incarcerate our way out of this predicament of our own making, which only serves to degrade our society and up the ante on the course corrections required.
M. Sullivan November 05, 2012 at 07:36 PM
Pretty convenient that ol' Donte has a target tattooed between his eyes. Clowns like this can never be rehabilitated and eventually become victims of their own kind. Good riddance to them.
Chillin November 05, 2012 at 07:38 PM
Hey Josh, look at the post above by VWK. He has the answer to your question of how these fine young men can be turned around. The volunteers that help change them are ex-cons that have made it out. So with more convicts, we can make more reformed citizens, and then mathematics increases these numbers exponentially. It's like compounded interest. Wow! why did I not think of it this way? Also, can you assure me that all the therapists in prison are volunteers and there is no paid employee working as a therapist in these prisons. A paid therapist would be wasting my taxes. Was your question meant to seek out such a volunteer organization for yourself to join or was it posed to see how many liberals were willing to give suggestions on how to spend government money on these efforts?
john merkle November 05, 2012 at 08:04 PM
I wouldn't view these comments as hate, maybe tough love or perhaps some are past victims (friends or family of theft, burglary, petty crimes, etc..)....in which case their dis-appreciation is should be understood...our families and other good people live here, too....at least they are concerned enough to make un-friendly comments toward bad (anti-)community behavior. I've been a victim of burglary and theft a few times to know that I don't like it! Have you?... Ease up, dude....I agree that we need more jails-I don't feel like that is necessarily like "witch-trail"-type mentality....these thugs represent behavior that sux!!!


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