United States District Court, D. Maryland
L. Hollander, United States District Judge
Milreace Malone has filed suit against “Lewisburg
USP”; Warden, Regional Office of PA”; “Mr.
Dressler”; and “Mr. Hendricks.” ECF 1. She
asserts, inter alia, “Harrasment; inhuman
trafficing, BCPD, civil rights litigations violated, Breach
of federal bureau policies.” ECF 1 at 4.
claims that her husband is a prisoner committed to the
custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons and confined to the
United States Penitentiary (“USP”) Lewisburg. ECF
1 at 6. Further, she alleges that her husband is “being
illegally transported from Lewisburg USP to Baltimore City
with the help of Baltimore City [Police] Officers who are
currently harassing [her].” Id. She goes on to
allege that “they have [an] informant set up at my
location . . . where they have consistently harassed us for
money, over 3, 000 in the last 5 years.” Id.
In addition, she complains that her husband is not receiving
medical treatment. Id.
is not an attorney and does not represent herself to be one.
Therefore, on September 11, 2017, this court issued an Order
dismissing those claims in the Complaint that plaintiff
asserted on behalf of her husband, and requiring plaintiff to
supplement her own claims regarding police harassment. ECF 3.
Thereafter, plaintiff filed two documents supplementing the
Complaint. ECF 4; ECF 5. For the reasons that follow, the
Complaint must be dismissed.
alleges that she has been harassed by Baltimore City Police
Officers since 2015 and claims it started with Baltimore
County Police Department, Precinct 12, and Officer
Shackelford. ECF 4 at 1. She claims that someone named Brian
Donnell Cherry, who is not identified as a police officer,
tried to rape her on January 29 - 30, 2015, in her home. When
she called the police, six male officers arrived at her home
and she informed them that Cherry had taken her phone when he
fled. Police traced Cherry to Franklin Square Hospital by
tracking plaintiff's phone. Plaintiff adds that
“the[y] never gave [the phone] back to me.”
to plaintiff, one month later, police “tried to charge
[her] with stabbing him . . . because [she] had to[o] much
evidence that him[, ] Tameka Barnes, and Nychell Boles . . .
was breaking into [her] home . . . .” Id.
Plaintiff identifies Boles as her leasing agent. Id.
It is not clear who plaintiff was accused of stabbing.
Plaintiff claims that someone named Ogreta Brown Johnson
“knew of this information” and that “they
had [plaintiff] waive [her] right so [plaintiff] would not
present the evidence to the judge under case
K16000721 which was placed on stet.” ECF
4 at 1 - 2. She alleges that Cherry “turned into a[n]
informant for John Riley, ” and she also claims that
David Blumberg was “aware also of the evidence.”
Id. at 2. Plaintiff appears to allege that either
Blumberg or Cherry is “stalking and breaking into [her]
apartment” and that she is “being followed by
police officers everywhere.” Id.
plaintiff alleges that she is “being sexually assaulted
in [her] apartment” and that “[e]vidence is being
covered up threw [sic] Mercy forensic staff because of a
former friend Nicole Ross who worked for them along with
changing evidence in [her] medical records.”
Id. In addition, plaintiff claims that Nicole Ross
and her mother Evelyn Ross are harassing her through her
Facebook account. Id. Plaintiff states that she was
seen at Mercy and GBMC Hospital on November 9, 2015; November
29, 2015; December 17, 2015; January 9, 2016; and March 14,
2017. She claims that Officers Harding, Rivera, Scott, and
Kevin Brown “have helped cover this up.”
Id. She does not identify where these officers work,
nor does she allege what they did to cover something up
regarding her healthcare.
then states that her current apartment keeps getting
“broken into” and that her leasing agent is aware
of this problem. She states she has had to get her windows
fixed on a number of occasions and that the lock on her door
had to be replaced because it could not be repaired.
April 13, 2017, Plaintiff filed a complaint with the Office
of Civil Rights and Wage Enforcement regarding her allegation
that Officer Pickle, Detective Rivera, and Officer Mitter
failed to do their job in relation to an armed robbery that
took place on August 29, 2016. ECF 4 at 3. Plaintiff claims
she was robbed at gunpoint and $933 was stolen from her.
Id. She states that the complaint was reviewed by
Evangula Brown and that “[e]veryone [who] has handled
my cases have went [sic] by the last name Brown.”
Id. Plaintiff states that nothing has been done with
her complaint. Id.
claims that she was admitted to Johns Hopkins Hospital and
all of the “things to keep me safe was taken at the
hospital” when she was discharged because Unisha
McIntosh, whose grandmother is Eunice Brooks, has family that
works at the hospital. ECF 4 at 4. Plaintiff claims that
McIntosh is an informant who has been arrested many times,
but has not spent any time in jail and that Brooks has a
boyfriend who has three sons who work for the Baltimore City
Police Department. Id.
to plaintiff, “another problem” she is having is
that she is “being followed by police every time [she]
leaves [her] home.” Id. Plaintiff details six
incidents where she claims a police car was parked near her
house or followed her to a destination. Id. at 4 -
5. None of the incidents include an encounter with the police
officer driving the police car. Id. Plaintiff also
claims that “a homeland police officer tried to run
[her] over at a red light” on September 27, 2017.
Id. at 5. She provides no further details concerning
this alleged attempt on her life.
second supplemental pleading (ECF 5), plaintiff claims that
employees at the Penitentiary in Lewisburg, Officer Kayne
Stugart, and Physician Assistant Jess Ayers have been
harassing her through social media “with pictures on
October 2, 2017.” Id. at 1. She maintains that
“they have no business accessing my personal
life” and that she does not know them. Id.
Further, she claims that Nicole Ross has been harassing her
on Facebook and that plaintiff's husband, Ricky Ricardo
Malone, Jr., was given a disciplinary charge after plaintiff
did not respond to the prison. Id. at 1 - 2.
Plaintiff concludes that on October 3, 2017, “with a
verbal recording, ” her husband granted her
“verbal power of attorney for civil suit on his
behalf.” Id. at 2.