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PG County Cops Arrested By FBI For Drug Trafficking, Extortion, Guns... - November 15, 2010, 11:13 AM

Goddamn, I've always said PG County cops in the news again.

Wasn't X-Man found to be robbing banks. Everyone wonder how he could always afford all those expensive and tricked out bikes on a police salary.

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The FBI arrested several Prince George's County Police officers Monday morning in an ongoing investigation and is serving search warrants in the county and in Prince William County, Va.

In two indictments unsealed Monday, a federal grand jury indicted a total of nine defendants, including the three Prince George’s County Police officers. Seven defendants, including two of the officers, are charged in the first indictment with conspiring to commit extortion under color of official right in a scheme involving the transport and distribution of untaxed cigarettes and alcohol. The second indictment charges the third officer and another man with a drug and gun conspiracy.

Prince George's County Police confirmed that three of their officers were arrested by the FBI. Those arrested were Sgt. Richard Delabrer, Cpl. Chong Chin Kim and Officer Sinisa Simic.

Delabrer, 45, of Laurel, Md., and Kim, 42, of Beltsville, Md., were charged with conspiracy to interfere with commerce by extortion under color of official right.

A police cruiser outside Tick Tock Liquors.

According to the indictment, they agreed that Amrik Singh Melhi, a 51-year-old Clarksville native who owns numerous liquor stores in Maryland, and others would pay police officers in exchange for them using their official authority to ensure the safe transport and distribution of untaxed cigarettes and alcohol in Maryland and Virginia.

The others charged were Melhi's 49-year-old wife, Ravinder Kaur Melhi; Amir Milijkovic, a 39-year-old auto glass store owner from Bowie, Md.; Chun "Eddy" Chen, 34, of Bowie; and Jose Moreno, 49, of Alexandria, Va.

In the second indictment, two people were charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute cocaine and use of firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking: Simic, 25, of Woodbridge, Va.; and Mirza Kujundzic, 30, of Woodbridge.

The Prince George's County Police department said it is cooperating fully.

The FBI confirmed that a search being conducted at Tick Tock Liquor in Hyattsville, Md., is part of this investigation. Both the FBI and the IRS are at the scene.

^^^This place was my liquor jump off when I was going to UMD.



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PG Police? Corrupt? I'm shocked
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All the bad cops from DC back in the 80's/90's just moved to PG...lol

lol i didnt know you knew X-Man....

you going way back hiest....


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WOW!! saw this article today in the post!!!

Must have been alot of money involved to say the least...

Tick Tock was my spot too, I wonder if it will be closed down???

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The FBI have been pretty busy as of late. They busting errbody out here.


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- 13 Vehicles

Goddamn! I'm applying for a job with the PG County Police.



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HAAAAA
All the bad cops from DC back in the 80's/90's just moved to PG...lol

lol i didnt know you knew X-Man....

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A little bit, yeah.
He was caught not too long ago though.
I think he finally plead out this summer and was sentenced to 2.5 years in the clink w/a $10G restitution payment. No telling how much more was seized.

Ex- Prince George's officer gets 2.5 years in bank break-in - wtop.com

In the Line of Duty - IS MD P.D. LOOKING AT MAJOR CASE OF 'DIRTY COPS'??


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A task force formed by the FBI and Prince George's internal affairs officers investigated whether at least two of the officers actively participated in the drug trade, smuggling and storing large amounts of cocaine, and whether another tipped off drug dealers about a police narcotics operation. Investigators also continue to chase leads that several of the officers trafficked in stolen property, including high-performance motorcycles.



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Goddamn! I'm applying for a job with the PG County Police.

well they definately have 3 openings now!!!

Sheeezz the Tick Tock owners house is freaking huge!!! I didnt know that was packing like that!!!




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The cops are not involved in the illegal drugs or guns part unless I'm misreading something? Those are the other indictments.
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A little bit, yeah.
He was caught not too long ago though.
I think he finally plead out this summer and was sentenced to 2.5 years in the clink w/a $10G restitution payment. No telling how much more was seized.

Ex- Prince George's officer gets 2.5 years in bank break-in - wtop.com

In the Line of Duty - IS MD P.D. LOOKING AT MAJOR CASE OF 'DIRTY COPS'??
lol yeah, you know he was snitching lol
thats the second bank rober motorcycle dude Ive known...


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Sheeezz the Tick Tock owners house is freaking huge!!! I didnt know that was packing like that!!!




What bikes did your boy have that was robbing banks???
Turbo Busa, R1 fully tricked, Dirt Bikes and 4-Wheelers if I remember.
In addition to the BMW and the maxed out house.



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