Friday, December 1, 2017

Chin & Lee closes in Kemp Mill, being replaced by kosher Chinese restaurant

Chin & Lee, a solid neighborhood favorite for Chinese food, has closed at the Kemp Mill Shopping Center at 1331 Lamberton Drive. They will be replaced by HolyChow, a kosher Chinese takeout restaurant, which sounds like good news for nearby residents. I will post an update as soon as I hear back from HolyChow regarding their opening status.


  1. Update: Two Additional Suspects Arrested for Wheaton Regional Park Homicide
    Posted on 12/01/2017
    Detectives from the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD) – Major Crimes Division continue to investigate the homicide of a male whose body was located on Tuesday, September 5 in Wheaton Regional Park located at 11715 Orebaugh Avenue in Wheaton.  Detectives continue to work to confirm the victim’s identity.  On November 11, Miguel Angel Lopez-Abrego, age 19, of an unconfirmed address, was arrested and charged with the first-degree murder of the victim.  Yesterday, November 30, two additional suspects were arrested and charged with the first-degree murder of the victim: Doris Esmeralda Giron-Jimenez, age 24, of the 12000 block of Dalewood Drive in Wheaton and Albaro Armando Rosa-Moreno, age 22, of an unconfirmed address.
    Through investigation, Montgomery County Police detectives located the grave in Wheaton Regional Park.  The victim’s body was exhumed and sent to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, who ruled the death a homicide by sharp force injuries.  The victim had been stabbed over 100 times.
    During the investigation, detectives received information that this homicide was committed by MS-13 criminal street gang members to include Lopez-Abrego and Rosa-Moreno. Investigators received information that Giron-Jimenez was an accomplice to this homicide.
    This remains an ongoing investigation.  Detectives are urging anyone who may have information regarding this homicide or the victim’s identity to contact the Major Crimes Division at 240-773-5070 or contact Crime Solvers of Montgomery County toll-free at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477). Callers may remain anonymous.

    Doris Esmeralda Giron-Jimenez

    Albaro Armando Rosa-Moreno

    1. There are a lot of MS-13 members in Montgomery County,it's a Santuary County,we invite them in with open arms!

  2. Montgomery County has to push it's Multicultural/Diversity agenda.So what if innocent people are being slaughtered by MS-13,we need the diversity.

  3. And what do you all think about the "twin counties" = Montgomery and
    Fairfax. Were you aware Chief of Police Manger was Chief in Fairfax before being hired in Montgomery county ? Who's kissing who in this diversity / immigration debate ????? hhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

  4. Interesting fact about Chief Manger being Chief of Fairfax County Police.A recent Washington Post article dated October 24,2017 has a headline which asks "Are there more than 2,000 MS-13 gang members in Fairfax County?"The Washington Post did a fact check on this number and was told by Fairfax Police that the number is actually closer to 1,500.That should make us feel better I guess.Good Job Chief Manger!

  5. robert , please move these comments to appropriate post or delete.
    this is about a kosher chinese restaurant not ms13!