Man found guilty of murder in 20-year-old cold case

CAMBRIDGE — An East New Market man charged with a 20-year-old murder was found guilty of all charges on Monday, June 7, in Cambridge.

The jury hearing the murder and assault trial of John Michael Ingersoll Jr. deliberated for about an hour and 40 minutes on the fifth day of the trial before return the guilty verdict at 2:40 p.m.

Ingersoll faced first- and second-degree murder charges, as well as assault and handgun charges, in connection with the June 4, 2001, murder of 31-year-old Gregory Guy Collins of Vienna, a three-year veteran of the Division of Correction and a member of the Maryland National Guard.

ATF offering $10K reward for capture of alleged ‘Triple-C’ gang leader

The ATF is offering a $10,000 reward for tips leading to the capture of alleged “Triple-C” gang leader, who was given the opportunity to turn himself in and has instead vanished.

Federal prosecutors last week charged Gary Creek, 39, with racketeering for being the alleged founder and leader of the gang - which stands for “Cruddy Conniving Crutballs.” They accuse Creek of committing a murder, and members of the gang with carrying out more than 40 killings and attempted murders.