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Known Gang Member arrested in Frederick County

March 31st, 2020 by WCBC Radio

Maryland State Police arrested a known gang member on an open warrant and who was also found to be in possession of a firearm Tuesday morning in Frederick County.

 

The suspect, Richard John Haslup, 32, of Thurmont, Maryland was arrested on an open violation of probation warrant by troopers from the Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Division — Firearms Enforcement Unit. As part of their investigation, troopers served a search and seizure warrant on a residence on Catoctin Furnace Road in Thurmont, Maryland and recovered several firearms. Haslup is a known Dead Man Incorporated (DMI) gang member and is prohibited by Maryland law from possessing firearms.

 

Troopers transported Haslup to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office pending service of the violation of probation warrant. Additional firearm charges are pending a review of the case with the Frederick County State’s Attorney’s Office.

 

This case highlights the State Police goal of helping to prevent and investigate multi-jurisdictional crime while supporting allied law enforcement agencies across Maryland. The Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Division – Firearms Enforcement Unit is committed to supporting Governor Hogan’s efforts to reduce gun violence.  The Firearms Enforcement Unit consists of sworn troopers who are tasked with working throughout the state to identify those illegally in possession of firearms and infiltrating and dismantling criminal organizations perpetuating firearm-related violence.

 

                                                               

                                                             Richard John Haslup

2 Responses to “Known Gang Member arrested in Frederick County”

  1. March 31, 2020 at 4:22 pm, Steve said:

    Well, you caught up with him again, this time DON’T let him back out, Lock his a__s up for a time, otherwise, he will continual to create havoc in society as he has been doing.

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  2. April 01, 2020 at 7:40 am, mac said:

    After reading the headline I was checking to see if it was Spanky, Buckwheat, or Alfalfa.
    I’m happy to know that they aren’t in trouble again.

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