A Mister Softee driver who dished up pot and cocaine along with the ice cream was busted in his truck outside a Queens school yesterday, police said.

For certain customers, Jermaine Jordan, 26, of St. Albans, would double-cup his cold concoctions – tucking the drugs neatly between the two containers and giving new meaning to the term coke float, authorities said.

“People would approach and place their order,” a police source said. “The bottom of their cup would contain their purchase, either cocaine or marijuana.”

Jordan was arrested as he made his usual stop in front of Intermediate School 8 in South Jamaica – just as kids were being dismissed from summer camp, police said.

Parents outside IS 8 said they were disgusted by the alleged drug-dealing – especially since the suspect is a man they had come to know from his three years of driving the ice-cream truck.

“We trusted this guy. We send kids out there every day. I feel betrayed,” said Donald Williams, 53, who regularly gave money to his granddaughter for ice cream.

“I been here for 40 years and ain’t never would’ve thought Mister Softee was dealing drugs. Not Mister Softee.”………....READ FULL STORY

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October 25, 2008

DIRTY COCK IN YOUR MOUTH…………..

“friendliest madam” is back in business – and even giving cops a helping hand.

Julie Moya, known as “the madam with a heart” because she rescued so many animals before she went to jail in 2005, told the Daily News she helped the NYPD nab a Manhattan man accused of preying on hookers.

Todd Cunningham, 25, was arrested Monday on charges that he trolled for escorts on CRAIGSLIST and posed as a cop so he could rob and molest them.

Moya, who was sprung from prison in 2007, said she picked Cunningham out of a lineup after he tried the stunt at her new pleasure palace about three weeks ago.

“He tells [a hooker], ‘You are under arrest for prostitution!’ and he clipped on handcuffs. Then he comes out and says, ‘Everybody sit down. You’re all under arrest,'” Moya said.

“He did it just like cops do it.”

It was another call girl who first led cops to Cunningham.

When he showed up at the woman’s posh upper East Side digs, he flashed his fake identification and demanded cash “or else she’ll be in trouble.”

Cunningham then stole $4,000 and sodomized the woman, a law enforcement source said.

Police tracked Cunningham through the cell phone number he used to book his “date,” sources said. He even answered that phone with a brisk “Officer Woods!” sources said. Out on $25,000 bail, he declined comment.

Moya said Cunningham had a badge and cuffs and even barked into a device, “I need backup!”…………………READ FULL STORY http://www.nydailynews.com/news/ny_crime/2008/07/10/2008-07-10_madam_with_heart_helps_cops_catch_phony_.html

Savvy criminals are using some of the country’s most credible logos, including FedEx, Wal-Mart, DirecTV and the U.S. Border Patrol, to create fake trucks to smuggle drugs, money and illegal aliens across the border, according to a report by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

Termed “cloned” vehicles, the report also warns that terrorists could use the same fake trucks to gain access to secure areas with hidden weapons.

The report says criminals have been able to easily obtain the necessary vinyl logo markings and signs for $6,000 or less. Authorities say “cosmetically cloned commercial vehicles are not illegal.”…..[IMAGES]…..READ FULL STORY http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/story?id=4156618

A Brooklyn gang used a scam on craigslist.com to shake down New Yorkers with the lure of discounted iPhones, police said yesterday.

When the victims arrived, the thugs robbed them at gunpoint, cops said.

“It was all a ruse to get the buyers with money in [the criminals’] comfort zone so they could rob them,” said Lt. Garfield Brown of the Brooklyn Central Robbery Unit.

In one particularly nasty holdup on April 10, the gun-toting robbers allegedly demanded cash from a 69-year-old man who showed up at with two children in the car…….. READ FULL STORY http://www.nypost.com/seven/06132008/news/regionalnews/irobbed_115332.htm

FLORIDA’s self-defense law covers gunning down an angry, armed pimp.

Orange County sheriff’s investigators reached that conclusion Wednesday, a day after an Orlando man killed the manager of a female escort he hired online through the Craigslist networking site.

‘From our perspective, he was clearly defending his life, and we’re not going to be making an arrest,’ sheriff’s homicide Sgt. Allen Lee said. ‘Any time we get a death like this, we do send it to the State Attorney’s Office for review.’

The deadly encounter began Tuesday afternoon on the shores of Lake Irma in east Orange County.

Two roommates, Shawn McGarity and Troy Manning, hired two women from separate Internet ads on Craigslist’s pages for erotic personal services in Orlando, according to investigators.

Unfortunately for the men, according to the Sheriff’s Office, the prostitution trade is in upheaval, split between women and men simply selling their bodies and predators who use sex to lure customers into violent rip-offs.

The first woman to arrive at the lakeside house on TCU Boulevard later told detectives that robberies of johns are making it harder for her to make a living. As the afternoon progressed, the woman who previously worked as a prostitute in San Francisco and New Orleans warned her clients that the other woman they hired might be getting ready to rob them, deputies said.

‘That’s unusual what she did. We’re trying to reach out to her,’ said Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation Cmdr. Paul Zambouros, head of the vice and organized-crime squads. ‘Granted, what she’s doing is not right, but she says she can’t get any jobs because the johns are afraid of getting ripped off.’

As of Wednesday afternoon, Craigslist had more than 100 new posts and photos from Orlando women and men offering sex for prices starting at about $150 for the first half-hour. At the same time, information about the dangers of getting robbed by Orlando’s pimps and prostitutes can be found at various Internet escort Web sites.

‘We didn’t realize it was such a problem. It was eye-opening and concerning, what we learned last night,’ Lee said of questioning the woman about the number of unreported robberies. ‘What’s a john going to do? Call home and say, ‘Honey, I just got robbed by a whore?’

The gunfire erupted shortly after 7 p.m.

Shawn Goubitz-Doss, identified by deputies as the pimp of the woman who was acting suspiciously, returned to the house and pistol-whipped McGarity, 31, almost as soon as he stepped through the door. He fired at least one shot indoors as three accomplices ran toward the house from the street, according to interviews.

Previously alerted by the other woman, McGarity had armed himself with a 9 mm Ruger pistol and shot Goubitz-Doss several times. Goubitz-Doss died later at Winter Park Hospital, according to sheriff’s reports.

‘As far as who shot first, we still don’t know,’ Lee said.

Jail and police records show Goubitz-Doss, 28, had been arrested before on charges of beating a pregnant woman, armed robbery, burglary, violation of probation and stealing a firearm.

The state’s self-defense law passed in October 2005 gives everyone the right to use deadly force to protect their homes and lives without having to retreat if they feel threatened.

Investigators are searching for Goubitz-Doss’ three accomplices, who fled before deputies reached the home. The names of the two women were not released as they are part of the continuing investigation, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

McGarity and Manning, 35, likely will not be charged with soliciting a prostitute.

‘We’re not going to look into that,’ Lee said. ‘We’re just doing the death investigation, but we referred that to MBI.’

The county’s vice cops are interested most in having Craigslist pull the sexually explicit photographs and offers of prostitution from its Orlando classified advertising. In a Sept. 28 letter, Zambouros advised Craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster that MBI has arrested more than 100 prostitutes advertising their services on Craigslist.

Craigslist did not respond to a request from the Orlando Sentinel for comment by late Wednesday evening.

‘Everybody thinks prostitution is a victimless crime, but last night shows what can happen when you invite someone into your house or hotel room,’ he said. ‘Craigslist hasn’t gotten back to me.’………………………..READ FULL STORY http://www.orlandosentinel.com/orl-hookers1807oct18,0,2736084.story

In early March, an investigation, which originated in Henry County, led officers to Saltillo where they found a huge tank about 15 feet underground housing 1,048 marijuana plants, as well as assorted equipment for growing, all of which was seized. During the three-day search, which took place Thursday, February 28 through Sunday, March 1, officers were on the scene 24 hours a day and also confiscated three pounds of bagged marijuana, methamphetamine pipes, three tractors, one bulldozer, one trackhoe, six other vehicles, 15 guns, various chainsaws, weedeaters, welding torches and assorted tools and $4,500.00.This was the second major bust at the 600-acre rural farm of Thomas Gooslin and wife, Tamera, who are still incarcerated following the discovery of an underground marijuana-growing lab late in February. The first bust was the result of information from an informant in Henry County to local officials.
Seized during the second raid Friday, March 21, was in excess of $100,000 cash and more than 550 pounds of marijuana transported in a rental van. DTF Agent Chuck White said the money and drugs are currently locked up at the TBI offices in Jackson. He said the large stash of drugs and cash was just too much to count during the raid………READ FULL STORY http://www.mckenziebanner.com/2008/news/mar18_24/mar24_bust.htm

David Elms, is in jail awaiting trial in Los Angeles in a case unrelated to the site, leaving the fate of his influential underground world uncertain. In dozens of conversations and in postings on the Internet in recent weeks, prostitutes have expressed concern that if The Erotic Review goes offline it could hurt business. But in the same breath, many are rejoicing about the potential downfall of Mr. Elms…Ms. Link, the deputy district attorney, said the criminal charges against Mr. Elms stemmed from a night in 2006 when the police were called to a hotel where they found him with 3.8 grams of cocaine and a loaded semi-automatic weapon. A prostitute was there and said Mr. Elms had forced her to perform oral sex at gunpoint, but there was not enough evidence to press charges on that accusation………READ FULL STORY http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/17/us/17erotic.html

VIDEO:CELL PHONE GUN

June 29, 2008

At first sight it looks like a regular cell phone — same size, same shape, same overall appearance.

But beneath the digital face lies a .22-caliber pistol, a phone gun capable of firing four rounds in quick succession with a touch of the otherwise standard keypad.

The US Department of Homeland Security and the FBI are aware of the device and have instructed baggage screeners to be on the lookout for suspicious mobile phones. This is especially after 9/11.

European law enforcement officials — stunned by the discovery of these deadly decoys — say phone guns are changing the rules of engagement in Europe.

Airport authorities across Europe are implementing systems to X-ray all cell phones


“We find it very, very alarming,” says Wolfgang Dicke of the German Police union. “It means police will have to draw their weapons whenever a person being checked reaches for their mobile phone.”

The FBI, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, and the U.S. Customs Service say they’ve been briefed on the new weapons.

“This criminal invention represents a potentially serious threat to law enforcement and the public,” said U.S. Customs Service Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly.
“We received word about these guns last month. We have since alerted our field personnel to be on the lookout for ‘cell phone guns’ at U.S. ports of entry.”

Guns on the Move
These new covert guns were first discovered in October when Dutch police stumbled on a cache during a drug raid in Amsterdam.

In another recent incident a Croatian gun dealer was caught attempting to smuggle a shipment through Slovenia into Western Europe.

Police say both shipments are believed to have originated in Yugoslavia.
Interpol sent out a warning to law enforcement agencies around the world.
European border police and customs officers are at a heightened state of alert at all ports, airports and border crossings.Realistic Appearance

‘If you didn’t know they were guns, you wouldn’t suspect anything,” said Ari Zandbergen, spokesman for the Amsterdam police.

“Only when you have one in your hand do you realize that they are heavier,” says Birgit Heib of the German Federal Criminal Investigation Agency.

The guns are loaded by twisting the phone in half. The .22-caliber rounds fit into the top of the phone under the screen. The lower half, under the keyboard, holds the firing pins. The bullets fire through the antenna by pressing the keypad from numbers five to eight.

Amsterdam police says they are very sophisticated machines constructed inside gutted cell phones which do not light up or operate as real phones.
“These are very difficult to make. We believe experts are involved,” says Zandbergen.

U.S. authorities, including the FBI, ATF, Federal Aviation Administration and the U.S. Customs Service Authority have been supplied detailed information and pictures of these new weapons.

“They’ve been given a heads up,” said Jim Crandall, ATF spokesman.
To date no phone guns have been discovered either in the United States or in the process of being smuggled in, authorities say. But they know it’s only a matter of time.

FAA spokeswoman Rebecca Trexler said airport security officers had been trained to deal with this new threat.

“We don’t want to tell the bad guys exactly what we’re looking for,” she says, “We are trying to stay one step ahead.”Will Affect Travelers

Airport authorities across Europe are implementing systems to X-ray all cell phones, those procedures will likely be followed by airports around the world.
“This is just one more item that we need to pay special attention to because nowadays, of course just about every passenger carries a mobile phone,” says the spokesman for Frankfurt airport security.

Customs officials in the U.S. say their safety procedure has normally been to require travelers to turn their phones on, however that may no longer be enough. Cell phone users will have to be made aware that reaching for their phones in some circumstances could be misinterpreted as a threat by authorities.

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OCALA, Fla. — Two women arrested during a traffic stop were apparently trying to trade a rare World War II-era Japanese machine gun for crack cocaine, police said……..READ FULL STORY http://www.local6.com/news/16567104/detail.html