Larry Darnell Pollin, age 22, of Churchville, Maryland, was sentenced today to serve 50 years for a gang related shooting that occurred on December 30, 2007, in the Windsor Valley Apartments in Edgewood, Maryland.
Mr. Pollin was tried and found guilty on January 25, 2009, of two counts of attempted second degree murder, illegal possession of a regulated firearm, and reckless endangerment, for the shooting that took place in the early morning hours of December 30, 2007, in Edgewood. Two victims, Enoch Richardson and Kevin Goode, both of Baltimore, were shot while walking through the parking lot of the apartment complex. Witnesses saw two men run into a nearby townhouse. Mr. Pollin was later identified as one of those men. The Maryland State Police recovered an AK-47 assault rifle hidden inside the townhouse. A Maryland State Police ballistics expert matched the weapon to the shooting. The weapon was found to have been shot 13 times, wounding each victim twice, and also piercing cars and neighboring townhouses.
Mr. Pollin has been identified as an active member of the Hilltop Crips street gang. Gang related items were also recovered from the townhouse where the victims had been staying.
Mr. Pollin was sentenced today by Judge Stephen Waldron of the Circuit Court for Harford County to serve a total of fifty (50) years incarceration for his part in the shooting. He will also serve five (5) years probation upon his release. The case was investigated by the Maryland State Police and prosecuted by Assistant State’s Attorney Diane A. Tobin. Mr. Pollin was represented by Amanda Bull of Bel Air.
Thank God this animal is off the streets. The only unfortunate thing is that we will need to pay room and board. Hopefully, he expires quickly.
Gang Bangers from Churchville with AK-47’s spraying bullets in Harford County.
Maybe the tea partiers should be rallying for their tax dollars to go towards better local public safety instead of focusing on national politics. Have to start from the bottom up to make waves….
Death Penalty. Why are we not enforcing the death penalty enough? This is ridiculous.
Ever since he and his gangster Cripsters were locked up, the road in Churchville they lived on has returned to its usual peaceful existence. These gangsters were living out of their Grandmother’s or other relatives houses in the area, just making it unbearable for normal, law-abiding taxpers.
Thanks to all the law enforcement agencies (county, state and fed) that locked up and convicted this gang! Next time all you county residents see gang activity, pick up the phone and call the police.
The funny thing about this story is that two people were accussed of the shooting. One person get 50 years and the victims said he was not the shooter and the other person gets 10 years and he was pointed out as the shooter. How did that happen. First one talks gets the better deal despite his criminal background. I guess some people know the ropes better than others. I believe in justice but it needs to be justice for ALL. Not for the person who tells on the other person. Everybody was guilty not just one. I see murders get less time than that.