Allan W. Garske
3101 Guilford Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21218-3420 • Mail: Box 27442, Baltimore 21285-7442
(410) 880 - 2483 • email@example.com • Weblog: http: allan366.tripod.com/CV/
December 26, 2007
Rod J. Rosenstein
United States Attorney
District of Maryland
36 South Charles Street, 4th Floor
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Dear Mr. Rosenstein,
Recently I was referred by you and Congressman Elijah E. Cummings to meet with Steven J. Hess of your office to discuss my ongoing problems with the drug and occult community in the Charles Village neighborhood of Baltimore.
My problems continue and have reached a point where I feel I have to seek relocation out of my apartment where I have been a tenant for the past 25 years and the neighborhood where I have lived for most of the 40 years I have been in Baltimore.
One of the people with whom I have been having problems is an individual by the name of David Mills who was identified to me by Baltimore Homicide Detective Donald Worden as a person of interest in the unsolved 1989 murder of Johns Hopkins coed Bridgette Phillips. He was also in the vicinity when Rouse employee Keri Sirbaugh was murdered. The Cold Case Unit of the Homicide Division of the Baltimore City Police Department is familiar with both cases.
I know that the City of Baltimore has successfully relocated families out of areas of danger and I will seek similar assistance. It may be that I should be relocated not only out of Baltimore but out of the State of Maryland.
I am writing not only to inform you and the persons copied in this letter of my situation but also to suggest that the criminal environment in the Charles Village neighborhood may merit investigation and possible prosecution by your office. I can think of at least one Federal law which may be violated. As you may know, Charles Village is one of the neighborhoods adjacent to the Homewood campus of the Johns Hopkins University.
Allan W. Garske
CC: Congressman Elijah E. Cummings; Mayor Sheila Dixon; Patricia Jessamy, Baltimore City States Attorney; Mary Pat Clarke, 14th District Baltimore City Council; Steven J. Hess; William Brody, President, The Johns Hopkins University