From the Maryland Department of the Environment:

MDE’s Lead Poisoning Prevention Program serves as the coordinating agency of statewide efforts to eliminate childhood lead poisoning. Under the 1994 “Reduction of Lead Risk in Housing Law,” MDE assures compliance with mandatory requirements for lead risk reduction in rental units built before 1950, maintains a statewide listing of registered and inspected units, and provides blood lead surveillance through a registry of test results of all children tested in Maryland. The following actions were for properties alleged to be out of compliance with lead risk reduction standards:

  • Jerome C. Felix: 14 affected properties – On August 25, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $20,000 for alleged violations.
  • Pirate, LLC: 8 affected properties – On August 25, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $55,000 for alleged violations.
  • Charles Kipp and Naoma Kipp: 2 affected properties – On August 25, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking a combined $20,000 for alleged violations.
  • Tony Williams: 2 affected properties – On August 31, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $35,000 for alleged violations.
  • Aleksandre Vayshelboym and Pavel Vayshelboym: 4 affected properties – On August 31, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking a combined $30,500 for alleged violations.
  • Genevieve Nixon: 1 affected property – On August 31, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking a combined $18,000 for alleged violations.
  • Moses G. Parker: 11 affected properties – On August 31, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $10,000 for alleged violations.
  • Romael M. Boyd: 1 affected property – On September 8, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $25,000 for alleged violations.
  • Demetrios Nicholas Karvounis: 5 affected properties – On September 8, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $27,500 for alleged violations.
  • Elaine C. G. Parker: 8 affected properties – On September 28, 2011, MDE entered into a Settlement Agreement and Consent Order to resolve alleged violations. The defendant agreed to a penalty of $6,000.
  • Fulton 200, LLC: 5 affected properties – On October 4, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $30,000 for alleged violations.
  • Herman Lopez and Dina Lopez: 3 affected properties – On October 4, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $16,000 for alleged violations.
  • Michael D. Davis: 14 affected properties – On October 4, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $46,000 for alleged violations.
  • Antonio Banks and Latrina Wilson: 2 affected properties – On October 4, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $15,000 for alleged violations.
  • Skyline Residential 1, L.P.: 31 affected properties – On October 4, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $25,000 for alleged violations.
  • Nina Nwaba: 1 affected property – On October 4, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $40,000 for alleged violations.
  • M&A Properties, LLC: 1 affected property – On October 4, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $25,000 for alleged violations.
  • Christopher Campbell: 10 affected properties – On October 24, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $32,500 for alleged violations.
  • Moses O. Fadiran: 21 affected properties – On October 24, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $50,000 for alleged violations.
  • Alexia A. Lotts, a.k.a. Alexia A. McCain: 1 affected property – On October 28, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $30,000 for alleged violations.
  • Huber Properties, LLC: 11 affected properties – On October 28, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $35,000 for alleged violations.
  • Kevin R. Wheeler and Lisa I. Wheeler: 10 affected properties – On October 28, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $13,700 for alleged violations.
  • Dennis G. Howard and Teresa K. Howard: 8 affected properties – On October 28, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $30,000 for alleged violations.
  • Michael McGurn and Yusabor Gaye: 2 affected properties – On November 29, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking a combined $27,500 for alleged violations.
  • Angela M. Richardson: 1 affected property – On November 29, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $16,000 for alleged violations.
  • Mary A. Wright: 2 affected properties – On December 6, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $32,000 for alleged violations.
  • Neil S. Wolfson: 2 affected properties – On December 6, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $22,500 for alleged violations.
  • Adelfo B. Calibuso: 13 affected properties – On December 6, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $25,000 for alleged violations.
  • Frank E. Carey: 2 affected properties – On December 7, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $16,000 for alleged violations.
  • William Evans: 1 affected property – On December 7, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $21,000 for alleged violations.
  • Cathedral Court, LLC: 1 affected property – On November 18, 2011, MDE entered into a Settlement Agreement and Consent Order to resolve alleged violations. The defendant agreed to a penalty of $50,000.
  • GGEL Enterprises, Inc.: 12 affected properties – On December 16, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $35,000 for alleged violations.
  • Marilynne Dos Reis: 1 affected property – On December 28, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $33,000 for alleged violations.
  • Zainab Ariyibi: 1 affected property – On December 28, 2011, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $16,000 for alleged violations.
  • John C. Dean: 2 affected properties – On January 9, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $30,000 for alleged violations.
  • Lennox M. Douglas: 1 affected property – On January 9, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $31,500 for alleged violations.
  • Tremaine Tazewell: 3 affected properties – On January 9, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $22,000 for alleged violations.
  • Azwah Browne: 4 affected properties – On January 9, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $27,500 for alleged violations.
  • Angela Weeks-Lee: 2 affected properties – On January 9, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $20,000 for alleged violations.
  • Mary A. Wright: 3 affected properties – On January 6, 2012, MDE entered into a Settlement Agreement and Consent Order to resolve alleged violations. The defendant agreed to a penalty of $10,000.
  • Berry & Company, Inc.: 2 affected properties – On January 26, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $27,500 for alleged violations.
  • 901 Associates, LLC and Magnolia Properties Management, LLC: 1 affected property – On February 6, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking a combined $37,000 for alleged violations.
  • Demetrios N. Karvounis: 4 affected properties – On January 31, 2012, MDE entered into a Settlement Agreement and Consent Order to resolve alleged violations. The defendant agreed to a penalty of $5,000.
  • Sujana Umagiliya: 3 affected properties – On February 17, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $27,500 for alleged violations.
  • Kingsley Chineme: 15 affected properties – On February 17, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $27,500 for alleged violations.
  • Dennis T. Taylor and Parris D. Taylor: 1 affected property – On February 23, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $35,000 for alleged violations.
  • Obinna Ogbu & Helen Ogbu: 1 affected property – On February 23, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $16,500 for alleged violations.
  • Lioudmila Sokolova and Leonid Fastovsky: 3 affected properties – On February 23, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $16,500 for alleged violations.
  • Maurice Garland: 2 affected properties – On February 23, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $16,500 for alleged violations.
  • Nega Marufe, Yordanos Seyoum and Nile Properties, LLC: 3 affected properties – On February 23, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $15,000 for alleged violations.
  • Shama, LLC: 2 affected properties – On February 28, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $16,500 for alleged violations.
  • 401 Gwynn Ave, LLC, Two for Something, Inc. and Troy Brown: 3 affected properties – On February 28, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking a combined $13,000 for alleged violations.
  • Maryland Restoration Group, LLC: 5 affected properties – On March 9, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $40,000 for alleged violations.
  • Ozell Cooper: 3 affected properties – On March 9, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $33,000 for alleged violations.
  • Fidelity Real Estate Corp.: 7 affected properties – On March 9, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $40,000 for alleged violations.
  • Edward F. Kehl, III and Mark S. Dirzuweit: 2 affected properties – On March 9, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $28,000 for alleged violations.
  • Chukuemeka Okoro: 12 affected properties – On March 14, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $37,500 for alleged violations
  • Shanna Hamilton: 10 affected properties – On March 14, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $50,000 for alleged violations.
  • Subhi Badra and Badra Properties, LLC: 23 affected properties – On March 14, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking a combined $15,800 for alleged violations.
  • Nader Mondanipour: 4 affected properties – On March 14, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $20,500 for alleged violations.
  • Ruth Wickham: 5 affected properties – On February 28, 2012, MDE entered into a Settlement Agreement and Consent Order to resolve alleged violations. The defendant agreed to a penalty of $5,000. Penalty has been paid in full.
  • Moges Ayele, Ayalnesh Ayele, Girma Retta, Zewsitu Retta, M&A Properties, LLC and United General Business, LLC: 5 affected properties – On March 9, 2012, MDE entered into a Settlement Agreement and Consent Order to resolve alleged violations. The defendants agreed to a penalty of $18,000.
  • Mack James: 4 affected properties – On March 27, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $25,000 for alleged violations.
  • Zain Sesay and Abu Sesay: 18 affected properties – On March 28, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $45,000 for alleged violations.
  • James S. McCarthy and Stacey Ishman: 1 affected property – On April 2, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $33,000 for alleged violations.
  • 18-20 S. Broadway, LLC: 2 affected properties – On April 2, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $22,500 for alleged violations.
  • Johnny Barnes, Jr.: 2 affected properties – On April 4, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $30,000 for alleged violations.
  • Thomasina Byrd: 8 affected properties – On April 4, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $27,500 for alleged violations.
  • Penny Greenwood: 18 affected properties – On April 12, 2012, MDE issued an Administrative Complaint, Order and Penalty requiring compliance with Maryland’s lead law and seeking $43,500 for alleged violations.

You can read the entire press release here, which includes violations against property owners in other cities and counties in Maryland.