Monthly Archives: August 2016

FBI and ATF Seeking Information on Armed Robbers of Gun Shop

The FBI Baltimore Violent Crimes Task Force and The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives’ (ATF) Baltimore Division are seeking the public’s help in locating two individuals who were part of an armed robbery of Blue Fins Bait, Tackle, and Guns located at 701 Wise Avenue in Dundalk on August 5, 2016.

On August 5, at approximately 7:30 p.m., video from Blue Fins showed four male suspects enter the business. The four male suspects took cash as well as numerous firearms before leaving the store. A fifth suspect served as a lookout and driver. No one was injured in the robbery attempt.

Read More at: https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices/baltimore/news/press-releases/fbi--atf-seeking-information-on-armed-robbers-of-gun-shop

‘Most Wanted’ fugitive arrested in Hialeah after 26 years; Possible ties to Castro – 7News – WSVN

HIALEAH, FLA. (WSVN) – A fugitive with alleged ties to Fidel Castro has been arrested in Hialeah.

According to officials, Anibal “The Ghost” Mustelier was a “Most Wanted” fugitive that eluded the FBI, U.S. Marshalls and ATF for 26 years. The 66-year-old man, who was arrested Sunday, is known to officials as one of the most elusive contract killers in the world, as well as having ties to Fidel Castro as a hitman.

Police said he had been hiding in plain sight under a different name and had been working with a crew, focusing on armed robberies on jewelry stores.

During a press conference announcing the arrest on Tuesday, Hialeah Police Sgt. Carl Zogby emphasized the importance of this man’s capture.

“We went fishing for a grouper, and we caught ourselves a whale,” said Zogby. “He is called, if you Google him, ‘The Ghost.’ He has disappeared 26 years ago. He was an international

Read More at: http://wsvn.com/news/local/most-wanted-fugitive-arrested-in-hialeah-after-26-years-possible-ties-to-castro/

Man suspected of shooting at police in Georgia killed in shootout with U.S. Marshals

EAST POINT, Ga., Aug. 6 (UPI) — A Georgia man, allegedly wanted for firing at police in Atlanta, was killed during a shootout with U.S. Marshals on Friday.

Authorities told Fox 5 Jamarion Rashad Robinson, 26, was the same man wanted for firing at Atlanta police during an arrest attempt at the Royal Coach Apartments on July 28.

According to WSBTV, U.S. Marshals tracked Robinson to his girlfriend’s apartment in East Point and attempted to arrest him.

About a dozen U.S. Marshals reportedly breached Robinson’s door after he refused to open it. Law enforcement sources said he then opened fire on the Marshals who fired back, shooting and killing Robinson.

Robinson’s grandmother Beverly Nixon disputed claims that her grandson was involved in the police shooting in Atlanta, but said he was bipolar and schizophrenic.

“He told me last night that he was seeing things and he heard things,

Read More at: http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2016/08/06/Man-suspected-of-shooting-at-police-in-Georgia-killed-in-shootout-with-US-Marshals/5621470486590/