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"DR. SHINE" PLEADS GUILTY
SoMdNews.com: " A Charles County minister pleaded guilty Monday in U.S. District Court to obstructing bankruptcy court proceedings by hiding assets purchased with church funds, including a $1.75 million waterfront mansion, a fleet of luxury cars and a private jet. Robert "Dr. Shine" Freeman, 55, of Indian Head served as pastor and leader of Save the Seed Ministry, Save the Seed International and Seed Faith International churches, which he incorporated in 1991, 2001 and 2003, respectively."
FORMER COUNCILMAN LOSES LAW LICENSE
Gazette: " The head of a Montgomery County commission that coordinates communication among law enforcement agencies has lost his law license. The decision Tuesday by the state's highest court stems from a complaint filed by the state's Attorney Grievance Commission in April alleging that Michael Subin, a former county councilman, mishandled client funds. The commission alleged that Subin took $20,000 in retainer fees from clients between 2008 and 2009 and used the money for business and personal purposes."
The Capital: " Who said you can't take it with you? Rick Davis and Lou Ann Hill-Davis took the beach with them. The Annapolis couple spent last month transforming their townhome backyard into a 30-foot by 15-foot seashore, complete with three sand dunes, sea grass, oyster shells, starfish, sea glass, pilings, a small patch of artificial grass and tiki lights."