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Ongoing News

Man Involved in Charlottesville-New York Drug Ring to Serve 87 Months
May 2011

One of the men involved in a Charlottesville to New York drug ring learned his sentence Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia .

Kasheen Osborne, 20, of Manassas will serve 87 months in a federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release. Back in March, Osborne pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute cocaine and heroine, as well as money laundering.

In court Thursday, Osborne apologized for participating in the ring and said that he has learned his lesson.

“I want to recognize the officers who worked so hard to penetrate and dismantle this criminal organization. The Jefferson Area Drug Enforcement Task Force led by its supervisor Lt. Don Campbell and the two primary agents who began this investigation and who saw it through to a successful conclusion, Det. Jon McKay of the Albemarle County Police Department and Det. Brian O’Donnell with the Charlottesville Police Department deserve a great deal of recognition and thanks.” -- Tim Heaphy, United States Attorney for the Western District of Virginia

JADE Greene News

Man wanted in wake of Greene homicides now in custody
May 2011

A Charlottesville man wanted in connection with a May 3 home invasion in Stanardsville was arrested Sunday night.

But Greene County sheriff’s officials have not charged Taybronne Altereik White, 26, in connection with the shooting deaths of three people found less than an hour after and less than two miles away from the home invasion scene on Ford Avenue.

Greene County Sheriff’s Maj. Randall Snead has said in previous interviews that the home invasion is connected to the triple homicide, but he declined to provide more detail.

White was joined by family members when he turned himself over to members of the Jefferson Area Drug Enforcement Task Force in Charlottesville on Sunday night, said Charlottesville Police Sgt. T.V. McKean. White was then turned over to Greene County detectives who had been looking for him since Wednesday, Snead said.

Anyone with information in the home invasion or the triple homicide can call the Greene County Sheriff’s Office at 434-985-2222 or Crime Stoppers at 434-989-2110.


Pulp Reality

Due to antagonism by the Virginia State Police towards me and one of their own, I believe penning a paperback “The VSP Screwed-Up My Sex Life” is adequate recourse. Perhaps in the same vein as:

Sugared vulgarity and all.

As readers might have noticed, here I am once more.

There’s a long, complex, story behind my absence but, for the sake of prudence, I’ll keep it quasi-short -- for now. I’ve always maintained I would blog as long as nobody got hurt. A few months ago I was led to believe that someone I cared very much about was being harmed because of my activities with I HeArTE JADE. I felt I couldn’t, with good conscience, continue to update. I never would have guessed that I would become a victim of my own con, nor that I would be mulcted in such a way by Law Enforcement, but, like most folks, I’ve been conditioned to believe whatever handsome men with shiny badges in positions of authority tell me. You’d think I’d know better by now. Ha! Fortunately I’ve deduced the entire thing was capital B capital S, thus… hello again! At the moment expect sporadic entries.

Hmm... what else is there to share?

I have continued throughout to periodically post on my VSP site. Well, hell, I never implied I would abandon my other projects. By the way, if there’s a Virginia State Policeman out there who isn’t deceitful or a moron or a coward, or, worse, all three, I’d love to talk to him. I have arrant faith he indeed exists. Somewhere.

On 03/29/2011, the fantastically sexy Granville Fields was cited in Charlottesville for reckless driving. Do you know how bad what he did had to be for that to happen?! Naturally he got himself a lawyer, Jessica Phillips, and probably, much like former Albemarle County Policeman Eric Kudro did when he was charged with the same, he’ll get out of it. His next court date is scheduled for 06/02/2011, 9:05AM.

Speaking of cutie Kudro, last word I got on him was that his resignation from the ACPD stemmed from his refusal to submit to a random drug test. Since he does have a bit of a reputation as a “partier,” I’m inclined to buy this as a valid explanation.

The Jefferson Area Drug Enforcement Task Force has only minimally made the news during my down time. I’m not convinced the stuff is at all worth mentioning, although any reference to JADE boosts my stats.

I am dying for a new scanner. The ones I’m eyeballing cost the big bucks, which means I may actually die before I accumulate the necessary funds.

Last and least relevant, I’m plumb gaga over The Voice. Plus SouthLAnd, in all its killerism, has been renewed for another season -- hoorah!


THIS Could ONLY Happen To Me

I'm running an overnight stakeout on an officer -- no, not anyone in JADE ‘cause that’s still legally unacceptable -- and A. Freaking. Bird. soars in my car window!

I scream, my binoculars go flying, dogs in the neighborhood all launch into a chorus of high alert, the cardinal swoops around the interior twice then glides out the open glass on the driver’s side.

So much for me being “low key.”

I just can’t believe under parallel circumstances this kind of preposterous bizarreness ever befalls members of Law Enforcement.