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

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

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  • 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
John T. November 03, 2012 at 01:19 PM
Wow! Look at the mug on this piece of work. He should be thrown in jail for the lovely tatoo work performed on his face. His defense will be that he has to commit robberies to pay his bills, since no one will hire him because they discriminate against his disability (the lovely tatoos on his face)
Chillin November 03, 2012 at 01:33 PM
Book 'em all Dano!
Tom Kiefaber November 03, 2012 at 06:50 PM
"William Allan Schultz, 41, a resident of the 11600 block of Jerome Avenue in White Marsh, was charged with theft of less than $100 and ACTING AS A ROGUE AND VAGABOND. Credit: Baltimore County Police" I never imagined in our brave new world that men can still be rogues and vagabonds. Then again, what kind of self-respecting rogue or vagabond would steal less than $100 ? Something just doesn't seem right here. Shouldn't this rogue have made off with some priceless jeweled bracelet from a smitten dowager or something?
john merkle November 03, 2012 at 06:56 PM
These guys seem to be the toughest ones to catch, without a home-based adddress... Good job, Balto, County Police Dept.!!!
K L November 04, 2012 at 04:45 AM
Rogue and Vagabond is just the name of the charge for being in a motor vehicle with the intent to commit a theft. Nothing to do with being one.
afterburner November 04, 2012 at 06:59 PM
yep, that's a winner right there.... Dollar signs tattoed across the forehead.. Will make him a badass thug in jail for sure.
RDE November 05, 2012 at 05:55 AM
HEY Donte passed out wheres the shapie? All I can find is my home made tattoo gun. LOSERS
RDE November 05, 2012 at 05:56 AM
whats all over kens face? looks like he took a load of pepper spray. NICE.
Josh Glikin November 05, 2012 at 12:26 PM
Anyone able to offer a suggestion about how we can start doing things to help rehabilitate these young people and to try to stop whatever it is that led them to crime in the first place, or is hatred all you have? Are these the thoughts you're thinking as people who look like this group walk by you? If it is then you're part of the problem in my opinion.
Alex W November 05, 2012 at 01:16 PM
Typical attorney talk. How many of these guys will pay your salary this week?
Joe November 05, 2012 at 01:52 PM
Josh, unless you want to be their fathers from birth then NO there is little one can do for them except as a defense attorney, get them off and back on the streets so they can victimize more innocents.
Chillin November 05, 2012 at 02:15 PM
I don't think the orange stuff on his face is pepper spray. I think he woofed down a bucket of hots wings before running out on his bill. Didn't want to waste time with a napkin wipe.
Chillin November 05, 2012 at 02:25 PM
Great intentions, but the reality is that there is probably no rehabilitation for any of these criminals. They are well into their adulthood and very rarely is there any hopes in changing their behavior at this point. Self realization that they have hit rock bottom is the only turning point in a criminals first steps in rehabilitation. Each criminal has their level of rock bottom. For some it is one arrest for others its the electric chair. Don't waste my tax money trying to rehab them. Simply arrest them, incarcerate them for each crime they've committed and their rock bottom will come upon them sooner or later. Society should not have to compensate for what their mommies were unable to accomplish.
Matt November 05, 2012 at 03:25 PM
the guy with the forehead tats has a pretty extensive rap sheet.....armed robbery, armed carjacking, intent to distribute, assault, resisting arrest, stealing cars, etc... Josh, i'd really love to hear your thoughts on rehabilitation for this individual. He has merely proven time and time again that when he's out of jail he will commit crimes, as his criminal record has indicated. You can now add 2nd, 3rd and 4th degree burglarly to the above. Where is your concern for the VICTIMS of all these crimes
Matt November 05, 2012 at 03:27 PM
sorry...... forgot to mention the information i referenced was all available on the md judiciary case search.
VWK November 05, 2012 at 05:46 PM
While I do think people need to serve their time for crimes committed, if you check out the website for Prison Fellowship you will find story after story of people who do truly change. It's a Christian-based organization founded by the late Chuck Colson, who was incarcerated because of his involvement in the Watergate scandal. They've made a huge difference in many lives. The majority of prisoners will be released at some point and organizations like this are trying to make it safer for all of us when they do return to the streets. Many of the ex-cons helped by Prison Fellowship are now serving as volunteers, trying to help others behinds bars.
Josh Glikin November 05, 2012 at 06:30 PM
Alex, the answer to your question is "none." I am an intellectual property attorney (patents, trademarks, etc.) and the firm where i work does not do any criminal law. I believe that there is something that can be done for everyone. They should remain in prison for their crimes and should not get out until they have served their time, but my point was to talk about them with the vicious hatred that everyone was using was sad and unwarranted, at least in my opinion. And by the way, 'Chillin' the people who do great work turning around the hearts and minds of those who have done wrong are not wasting your tax money. They're volunteers.
Josh Glikin November 05, 2012 at 06:34 PM
So - because I'm against the hate-based rants that people have made (while hiding their identities) and suggesting that someone can have a change of heart, I'm ignoring the victims? I'm not saying that they should get out early or that I don't feel for the victims. Of course I do. Truth is, Matt, that we don't know what kind of help any of these people have received in the past, if any (my guess is none). And, I'd argue that I'm thinking more about the victims than you. I'm advocating for someone making a difference while these individuals serve their time. Perhaps had that been done the first few times they were arrested there wouldn't have been victims 2, 3, 4 & 5.
John T. November 05, 2012 at 07:01 PM
Josh. My suggestion, to start, is to build enough prisons so that these nusances serve their full sentences, and they come to the realization that they are not going to play the system. Until there is enough room in prison for these pains in the A@#es, may I suggest that you and anyone else that feel the same way, offer to house these fine young citizens in your own home. Before you go off on good people in our community, you should target the parents of these fine members of society and put the blame squarely on them - that is if they even have parents.
Josh Glikin November 05, 2012 at 07:07 PM
Forget it. I'm done discussing it. Not sure how a response to: "we should not use hate to describe these individuals, and should encourage rehabilitation while they are IN PRISON SERVING THEIR SENTENCES" gets read as: I want them out of prison, don't care for victims, and am an advocate for early parole, none of which is true and none of which I've written. In any event, I'm out.
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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