2017 Blotter

December 2017

• On 12-29-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served James Edward Thompson, 32, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Thompson with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, contribute to condition of child, and disturbing school operation in regards to an incident that occurred on 12-14-17 at Greenwood Elementary School, located at 11412 Dryden Road.

• On 12-27-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30578 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in a physical altercation. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 12-26-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Talons Square South apartment complex located at 30515 UMES Boulevard in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered an apartment sometime during 12-26-17 and stole property. The incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-24-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30445 Oak Street in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged two vehicles that were parked at 30445 Oak Street. The suspect was identified and the victims have been referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 12-24-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Royal Farms store, located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to a disturbance inside the store. Investigation revealed that a crowd of subjects were involved in a physical altercation inside the store. Store property was damaged during the disturbance and several suspects have been identified from camera footage. Charges are pending.
• On 12-23-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Troy Edward Thomas, 54, of Crisfield, Maryland for driving under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Thomas was found to be the operator of the vehicle. Thomas was charged with failure of driver to make lane change to available lane not immediately adjacent to stopped tow truck, driving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, driving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol per se, driving vehicle while impaired by alcohol, and negligent driving. Thomas was subsequently released from custody upon receiving his copies of the traffic citations.

• On 12-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Albert Luberte Christopher, 56, of Princess Anne, Maryland for an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Christopher with obtain property of vulnerable adult $1,500.00 to $25,000.00, 2 counts of credit card/stolen: receive, 2 counts of theft less than $100.00, theft scheme $1,500.00 to $25,000.00, 2 counts of use/disclose credit card number, 2 counts of theft of credit card, use of stolen credit card $100.00 to $1,500.00, and use of stolen credit card $1,500.00 to $25,000.00. Christopher was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $10,000.00 bond. Christopher was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 12-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Ronald Edward Taylor, 22, of Silver Spring, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear in court. Taylor was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $5,000.00 bond. Taylor was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 12-20-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft from a motor vehicle that occurred at the Karemore Pharmacy parking lot, located at 12085 Somerset Avenue. Investigation revealed that the suspect removed property from the unlocked vehicle as the victim was inside the pharmacy. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-19-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a hit-and-run motor vehicle crash that occurred on 12-18-17 at the Food Lion parking lot, located at 12158 Brittingham Lane. Investigation revealed that the suspect collided with the victim’s vehicle while the victim was inside the store. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-16-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30448 Prince William Street in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect removed the victim’s cell phone which was unattended in the front yard area while the victim was in the rear yard area. The cell phone was later recovered and returned to the owner. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-15-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a robbery that occurred in the area of Somerset Avenue and South Street. Investigation revealed as the victim was walking in the area, he was approached by the suspect who displayed a knife and demanded money. The victim did give the suspect money and the suspect then fled the area on foot. The suspect is described as a black female with short hair, approximately 5’9” and approximately 55 years of age. The suspect was wearing a green coat and blue jeans. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-15-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Talon’s Square North apartment complex located at 30515 Hickory Lane in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered an unlocked apartment and stole miscellaneous items. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Carolyn Edith Waters, 58, of New Church, Virginia with leaving the scene of a motor vehicle crash. The charges stemmed from a motor vehicle crash investigation where it was determined that Waters had collided with a telephone pole at Somerset Avenue and Antioch Avenue. Waters left the scene without reporting the crash and was charged with failure to return to and remain at scene of accident involving property damage, failure to stop after accident involving damage to property, and failure of vehicle driver in accident to locate and notify owner of property damage. Waters was subsequently released upon being served with her copy of the traffic citations.

• On 12-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Robert Milton Davis Jr., 54, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Davis Jr. with assault second degree and reckless endangerment in regards to an incident that occurred on 12-5-17.

• On 12-13-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Somerset County Civic Center, located at 11828 Crisfield Lane in reference to a hit-and-run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that the suspect collided with the victim’s vehicle while it was parked at the Civic Center’s parking lot. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft that occurred at Go-Getters, located at 11559 Somerset Avenue. Investigation revealed that the suspect removed property from the victim’s bookbag while it was left unattended at the office. A suspect has been identified and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-9-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30616 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the apartment between the dates of 12-4-17 and 12-5-17 and stole property from the victim. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested a 17-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland for a violation of a court order. The juvenile was transported to the Lower Eastern Shore Children’s Center in Salisbury and released into the custody of the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 12-7-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the St Andrews Episcopal Church Parish House located at 30513 Washington Street in reference to an attempted armed robbery. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered the Parish House while a meeting was occurring and displayed a holster with what was believed to be a handgun in the holster. The suspected demanded that the victims place their cellphones on a table at which time the suspect was then confronted by the Pastor. The suspect pointed the holster at the Pastor; however, the Pastor asked the suspect to leave at which point the suspect did leave without obtaining any property from the victims. The suspect is described as a light skinned black male, approximately 6-foot-tall to 6 feet 4 inches tall, approximately 235 to 275 pounds. The suspect was wearing a black knit cap with a black scarf covering his face, and black gloves. There were no reported injuries from the incident. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-7-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of the Family Dollar Store located at 30408 Mt Vernon Road in reference to a robbery. Investigation revealed that as the victim was walking near the Family Dollar Store, the suspect grabbed the victim’s purse and fled the area with the purse. The suspect was only described as a black male. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-6-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Adebomi Adaralegbe, 20, of Princess Anne, Maryland in regards to an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Adaralegbe with two counts of reckless endangerment, possession of a firearm-minor, handgun on person, and reckless endangerment. The charges were in regards to an incident that occurred at the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Adaralegbe was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Adaralegbe was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 12-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11839 Beechwood Street in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) had entered a vacant apartment and damaged the apartment. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-4-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft from a motor vehicle that occurred at 30500 Hickory Road. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered an unlocked vehicle between the evening hours of 12-2-17 and morning hours of 12-3-17 and stole various items from the vehicle. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-1-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of 12123 Somerset Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument over a fundraiser when the suspect assaulted the victim. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 12-1-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Family Dollar Store parking lot located at 30408 Mt Vernon Road in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a vehicle that was parked in the parking lot. Incident remains under investigation.

November 2017

• On 11-30-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 29988 Greenspring Drive in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the suspect assaulted the victim during an argument. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 11-29-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested a 17-year-old juvenile of Princess Anne, Maryland for burglary and assault. The arrest stemmed from a complaint at 30604 Pine Knoll Drive. The juvenile was charged with home invasion, burglary 3rd degree, burglary 4th degree, 4 counts of assault 2nd degree, trespassing, reckless endangerment, disorderly conduct, fail to obey a lawful and reasonable order, resisting arrest, and two counts of malicious destruction of property. The juvenile was transported to the Lower Eastern Shore Children’s Center in Salisbury and released into the custody of the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 11-25-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a burglary that occurred at the Talon’s Square South apartment complex located at 30515 UMES Boulevard. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered an apartment during the evening hours of 11-25-17 and stole various items. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-24-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Post Office located at 11690 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole gasoline from a mail truck during the evening hours of 11-23-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-23-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Ali Kirlak, 51, of Princess Anne, Maryland for driving under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Kirlak was found to be the vehicle operator. Kirlak was charged with speeding, negligent driving, driving under the influence of alcohol, driving under the influence of alcohol per se, and driving while impaired by alcohol. Kirlak was issued his citations and was released from custody.

• On 11-22-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested James Thomas Ferguson, 54, of Washington DC for an outstanding District Court bench warrant out of Prince George’s County. Ferguson was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Ferguson on personal recognizance.

• On 11-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Bethenia Delores Abrams, 53, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Abrams with possession of a controlled dangerous substance-not marijuana, possession of a controlled dangerous substance-paraphernalia, and trespassing. The charges stemmed from an incident that occurred on 7-28-17 at 11510 Somerset County. Abrams was served with her copy of the criminal summons and subsequently released from custody.

• On 11-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Department of Social Services Office located at 30397 Mt Vernon Road in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the suspect displayed a knife to an employee and threated harm to the employee. The suspect left the area prior to police arrival; however, charges are pending against the suspect.

• On 11-20-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Kelly Elaine Smith, 30, of Exmore, Virginia in reference to two outstanding District Court arrest warrants out of Worcester County. Smith was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued two $15,000.00 unsecure bonds. Smith was subsequently released from custody.

• On 11-18-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Imani Darnee Pinkston, 20, of Bowie, Maryland with hosting a neighborhood nuisance and unruly social event. The charge stemmed from officers responding to a large/loud party located at the Arden’s Run apartment complex, located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Pinkston was issued a civil citation and was subsequently released from the scene.

• On 11-18-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Evin Alan Scribner, 18, of Pikesville, Maryland with hosting a neighborhood nuisance and unruly social event. The charge stemmed from officers responding to a large/loud party located at the Arden’s Run apartment complex, located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Scribner was issued a civil citation and was subsequently released from the scene.

• On 11-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Go-Getters, located at 11559 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole an employee’s purse while being transported in a van. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Darryn Keith Harden, 24, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Harden with obstructing and hindering and making a false statement to a police officer. The charges stemmed from an incident that occurred on 8-15-17 at the Pizza Hut restaurant located at 30383 Mt. Vernon Road. Harden was served with his copy of the criminal summons and was subsequently released from custody.

• On 11-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft that occurred at Mcdonald’s, located at 12112 Brittingham Lane. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole the victim’s wallet after leaving it near the registers. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-16-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11974 Drexwood Drive in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the residence on 11-16-17 and stole property. A suspect was identified and the case remains under investigation.

• On 11-15-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Talons Square South apartment complex in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered an apartment during the evening hours of 11-15-17 and stole the victim’s property. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Parole and Probation Office parking lot located at 11670 Somerset Avenue in reference to a hit- and-run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that the suspect collided with the victim’s vehicle while it was parked in the parking lot on 11-14-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft that occurred at the Hardee’s restaurant located at 30362 Mt Vernon Road. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole the victim’s purse on 11-8-17 after the victim left it unattended. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Carley Elinor Bratten, 34, of Princess Anne, Maryland with selling a tobacco product to a minor. The charge stemmed from officers conducting tobacco compliance checks of local stores utilizing an underage person. The violation occurred at Family Dollar located at 30408 Mt. Vernon Road. Bratten was issued a criminal citation and was released from the scene.

• On 11-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Travis William Ford, 26, of Ocean City, Maryland with selling a tobacco product to a minor. The charge stemmed from officers conducting tobacco compliance checks of local stores utilizing an underage person. The violation occurred at Juniors Wines located at 11795 Somerset Avenue. Ford was issued a criminal citation and was released from the scene.

• On 11-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a burglary that occurred in the Arden’s Run apartment complex. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered the victim’s apartment without the victim’s permission and removed a coat that belonged to the suspect. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 11-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Nakia Unique Harris, 20, of Princess Anne, Maryland with hosting a neighborhood nuisance and unruly social event. The charge stemmed from officers responding to an apartment in the Talons Square south apartment complex for a large crowd/party. Harris was issued a civil citation and was released from the scene.

• On 11-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Clarence Sylvester Young, 18, of Baltimore, Maryland with hosting a neighborhood nuisance and unruly social event. The charge stemmed from officers responding to an apartment in the Talons Square south apartment complex for a large crowd/party. Young was issued a civil citation and was released from the scene.

• On 11-11-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Davaughn Jamar Collins, 22, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Collins with attempted malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00, harassment-course of conduct, disturbing the peace, and two counts of electronic mail harassment. The charges stemmed from an incident that occurred on 11-3-17 at 12362 Somerset Avenue. Collins was served with his copy of the criminal summons and was subsequently released from custody.

• On 11-11-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Goose Creek store located at 30293 Mt Vernon Road in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that two suspects entered the store and removed several packs of cigarettes from the back-office area and fled the scene prior to the theft being discovered. The suspects were described as two light skinned black males one being approximately 5’7″-5’10”, and the other being approximately 6’0-6’2”. Both suspects had facial hair and one was wearing a gray hoodie with white on sleeves, blue jeans, black hat with bear logo, and brown boots while the other suspect was wearing a black jacket with hood, green cargo pants, white and black Adidas hat, and grey and white sneakers. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-10-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Thomas Wesley Miles, 28, of Princess Anne, Maryland for possession of a controlled dangerous substance-not marijuana. The charge stemmed from when officers were verifying an outstanding District Court warrant out of Wicomico County. Miles was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Miles on personal recognizance.

• On 11-9-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Dashon Obraint Scarborough, 33, of Oak Hall, Virginia, with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Scarborough was found to be in possession of marijuana. Scarborough was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under ten grams and was subsequently released from the scene.

• On 11-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged James Todd Hunter Jr., 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Hunter Jr. was found to be in possession of marijuana. Hunter Jr. was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under ten grams and was subsequently released into the custody of the Maryland State Police who had an outstanding warrant for Hunter Jr.

• On 11-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Tyrell Ketrae Harris, 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Harris was found to be a passenger in along with being wanted by the Somerset County Sheriff’s Office for an outstanding District Court bench warrant. Harris was issued a civil citation for the possession of marijuana under 10 grams charge and was seen by a District Court Commissioner for the outstanding bench warrant. Harris was released on personal recognizance.

• On 11-6-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Miles Anthony Gardner, 24, of Beltsville, Maryland with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Gardner was found to be a passenger and in possession of marijuana. Gardner was issued a civil citation and was released from the scene.

• On 11-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the North Somerset Laundromat located at 12093 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) removed the coin machine from the wall on 11-5-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Family Dollar store located at 30408 Mt Vernon Road in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect removed items from the store and left without paying for the items. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 12-9-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30616 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the apartment between the dates of 12-4-17 and 12-5-17 and stole property from the victim. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested a 17-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland for a violation of a court order. The juvenile was transported to the Lower Eastern Shore Children’s Center in Salisbury and released into the custody of the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 12-7-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the St Andrews Episcopal Church Parish House located at 30513 Washington Street in reference to an attempted armed robbery. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered the Parish House while a meeting was occurring and displayed a holster with what was believed to be a handgun in the holster. The suspected demanded that the victims place their cellphones on a table at which time the suspect was then confronted by the Pastor. The suspect pointed the holster at the Pastor; however, the Pastor asked the suspect to leave at which point the suspect did leave without obtaining any property from the victims. The suspect is described as a light skinned black male, approximately 6-foot-tall to 6 feet 4 inches tall, approximately 235 to 275 pounds. The suspect was wearing a black knit cap with a black scarf covering his face, and black gloves. There were no reported injuries from the incident. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-7-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of the Family Dollar Store located at 30408 Mt Vernon Road in reference to a robbery. Investigation revealed that as the victim was walking near the Family Dollar Store, the suspect grabbed the victim’s purse and fled the area with the purse. The suspect was only described as a black male. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-6-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Adebomi Adaralegbe, 20, of Princess Anne, Maryland in regards to an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Adaralegbe with two counts of reckless endangerment, possession of a firearm-minor, handgun on person, and reckless endangerment. The charges were in regards to an incident that occurred at the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Adaralegbe was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Adaralegbe was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 12-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11839 Beechwood Street in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) had entered a vacant apartment and damaged the apartment. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-4-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft from a motor vehicle that occurred at 30500 Hickory Road. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered an unlocked vehicle between the evening hours of 12-2-17 and morning hours of 12-3-17 and stole various items from the vehicle. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 12-1-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of 12123 Somerset Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument over a fundraiser when the suspect assaulted the victim. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 12-1-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Family Dollar Store parking lot located at 30408 Mt Vernon Road in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a vehicle that was parked in the parking lot. Incident remains under investigation.

November 2017

• On 11-30-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 29988 Greenspring Drive in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the suspect assaulted the victim during an argument. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 11-29-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested a 17-year-old juvenile of Princess Anne, Maryland for burglary and assault. The arrest stemmed from a complaint at 30604 Pine Knoll Drive. The juvenile was charged with home invasion, burglary 3rd degree, burglary 4th degree, 4 counts of assault 2nd degree, trespassing, reckless endangerment, disorderly conduct, fail to obey a lawful and reasonable order, resisting arrest, and two counts of malicious destruction of property. The juvenile was transported to the Lower Eastern Shore Children’s Center in Salisbury and released into the custody of the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 11-25-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a burglary that occurred at the Talon’s Square South apartment complex located at 30515 UMES Boulevard. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered an apartment during the evening hours of 11-25-17 and stole various items. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-24-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Post Office located at 11690 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole gasoline from a mail truck during the evening hours of 11-23-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-23-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Ali Kirlak, 51, of Princess Anne, Maryland for driving under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Kirlak was found to be the vehicle operator. Kirlak was charged with speeding, negligent driving, driving under the influence of alcohol, driving under the influence of alcohol per se, and driving while impaired by alcohol. Kirlak was issued his citations and was released from custody.

• On 11-22-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested James Thomas Ferguson, 54, of Washington DC for an outstanding District Court bench warrant out of Prince George’s County. Ferguson was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Ferguson on personal recognizance.

• On 11-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Bethenia Delores Abrams, 53, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Abrams with possession of a controlled dangerous substance-not marijuana, possession of a controlled dangerous substance-paraphernalia, and trespassing. The charges stemmed from an incident that occurred on 7-28-17 at 11510 Somerset County. Abrams was served with her copy of the criminal summons and subsequently released from custody.

• On 11-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Department of Social Services Office located at 30397 Mt Vernon Road in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the suspect displayed a knife to an employee and threated harm to the employee. The suspect left the area prior to police arrival; however, charges are pending against the suspect.

• On 11-20-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Kelly Elaine Smith, 30, of Exmore, Virginia in reference to two outstanding District Court arrest warrants out of Worcester County. Smith was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued two $15,000.00 unsecure bonds. Smith was subsequently released from custody.

• On 11-18-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Imani Darnee Pinkston, 20, of Bowie, Maryland with hosting a neighborhood nuisance and unruly social event. The charge stemmed from officers responding to a large/loud party located at the Arden’s Run apartment complex, located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Pinkston was issued a civil citation and was subsequently released from the scene.

• On 11-18-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Evin Alan Scribner, 18, of Pikesville, Maryland with hosting a neighborhood nuisance and unruly social event. The charge stemmed from officers responding to a large/loud party located at the Arden’s Run apartment complex, located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Scribner was issued a civil citation and was subsequently released from the scene.

• On 11-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Go-Getters, located at 11559 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole an employee’s purse while being transported in a van. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Darryn Keith Harden, 24, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Harden with obstructing and hindering and making a false statement to a police officer. The charges stemmed from an incident that occurred on 8-15-17 at the Pizza Hut restaurant located at 30383 Mt. Vernon Road. Harden was served with his copy of the criminal summons and was subsequently released from custody.

• On 11-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft that occurred at Mcdonald’s, located at 12112 Brittingham Lane. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole the victim’s wallet after leaving it near the registers. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-16-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11974 Drexwood Drive in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the residence on 11-16-17 and stole property. A suspect was identified and the case remains under investigation.

• On 11-15-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Talons Square South apartment complex in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered an apartment during the evening hours of 11-15-17 and stole the victim’s property. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Parole and Probation Office parking lot located at 11670 Somerset Avenue in reference to a hit- and-run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that the suspect collided with the victim’s vehicle while it was parked in the parking lot on 11-14-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft that occurred at the Hardee’s restaurant located at 30362 Mt Vernon Road. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole the victim’s purse on 11-8-17 after the victim left it unattended. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Carley Elinor Bratten, 34, of Princess Anne, Maryland with selling a tobacco product to a minor. The charge stemmed from officers conducting tobacco compliance checks of local stores utilizing an underage person. The violation occurred at Family Dollar located at 30408 Mt. Vernon Road. Bratten was issued a criminal citation and was released from the scene.

• On 11-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Travis William Ford, 26, of Ocean City, Maryland with selling a tobacco product to a minor. The charge stemmed from officers conducting tobacco compliance checks of local stores utilizing an underage person. The violation occurred at Juniors Wines located at 11795 Somerset Avenue. Ford was issued a criminal citation and was released from the scene.

• On 11-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a burglary that occurred in the Arden’s Run apartment complex. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered the victim’s apartment without the victim’s permission and removed a coat that belonged to the suspect. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 11-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Nakia Unique Harris, 20, of Princess Anne, Maryland with hosting a neighborhood nuisance and unruly social event. The charge stemmed from officers responding to an apartment in the Talons Square south apartment complex for a large crowd/party. Harris was issued a civil citation and was released from the scene.

• On 11-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Clarence Sylvester Young, 18, of Baltimore, Maryland with hosting a neighborhood nuisance and unruly social event. The charge stemmed from officers responding to an apartment in the Talons Square south apartment complex for a large crowd/party. Young was issued a civil citation and was released from the scene.

• On 11-11-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Davaughn Jamar Collins, 22, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Collins with attempted malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00, harassment-course of conduct, disturbing the peace, and two counts of electronic mail harassment. The charges stemmed from an incident that occurred on 11-3-17 at 12362 Somerset Avenue. Collins was served with his copy of the criminal summons and was subsequently released from custody.

• On 11-11-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Goose Creek store located at 30293 Mt Vernon Road in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that two suspects entered the store and removed several packs of cigarettes from the back-office area and fled the scene prior to the theft being discovered. The suspects were described as two light skinned black males one being approximately 5’7″-5’10”, and the other being approximately 6’0-6’2”. Both suspects had facial hair and one was wearing a gray hoodie with white on sleeves, blue jeans, black hat with bear logo, and brown boots while the other suspect was wearing a black jacket with hood, green cargo pants, white and black Adidas hat, and grey and white sneakers. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-10-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Thomas Wesley Miles, 28, of Princess Anne, Maryland for possession of a controlled dangerous substance-not marijuana. The charge stemmed from when officers were verifying an outstanding District Court warrant out of Wicomico County. Miles was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Miles on personal recognizance.

• On 11-9-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Dashon Obraint Scarborough, 33, of Oak Hall, Virginia, with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Scarborough was found to be in possession of marijuana. Scarborough was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under ten grams and was subsequently released from the scene.

• On 11-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged James Todd Hunter Jr., 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Hunter Jr. was found to be in possession of marijuana. Hunter Jr. was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under ten grams and was subsequently released into the custody of the Maryland State Police who had an outstanding warrant for Hunter Jr.

• On 11-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Tyrell Ketrae Harris, 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Harris was found to be a passenger in along with being wanted by the Somerset County Sheriff’s Office for an outstanding District Court bench warrant. Harris was issued a civil citation for the possession of marijuana under 10 grams charge and was seen by a District Court Commissioner for the outstanding bench warrant. Harris was released on personal recognizance.

• On 11-6-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Miles Anthony Gardner, 24, of Beltsville, Maryland with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Gardner was found to be a passenger and in possession of marijuana. Gardner was issued a civil citation and was released from the scene.

• On 11-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the North Somerset Laundromat located at 12093 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) removed the coin machine from the wall on 11-5-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 11-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Family Dollar store located at 30408 Mt Vernon Road in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect removed items from the store and left without paying for the items. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

 

• On 11-3-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Michelle Renee Farrow-Maddox, 47, of East New Market, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Farrow-Maddox with forgery-order money and goods, obtain goods and money-forgery, bad check/issue less than $100.00, and theft less than $100.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 9-11-17 at Karemore Pharmacy, located at 12085 Somerset Avenue. Farrow-Maddox was released from custody upon receiving her copy of the criminal summons.

• On 11-3-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12362 Somerset Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged a window to the victim’s apartment. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 11-2-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of Bonita Drive and Prince William Street in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that three subjects were involved in an argument that turned into a physical confrontation. The subjects involved in the fight were referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 11-2-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Cantrece Shanella Deal, 38, of Salisbury, Maryland for burglary. The arrest stemmed from Deal entering a hotel room that was not rented to her at the Best Value Inn, located at 30359 Mount Vernon Road. Deal was charged with burglary 1st degree, burglary 3rd degree, 2 counts of burglary 4th degree, and theft less than $100.00. Deal was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $10,000.00 bond. Deal was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 11-1-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Food Lion store, located at 12158 Brittingham Lane in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect removed steaks from the meat section and concealed them. The suspect left the store without paying for the steaks. The suspect was described as a black male, approximately 40 to 50 years of age, approximately 5’7″ tall, larger build, clean shaven, wearing a green in color jacket, dark wool ski type hat, baggie blue jeans, and black shoes. The incident remains under investigation.

October 2017

• On 10-31-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30705 Antioch Avenue Extended in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument that turned into a physical assault. Both parties were referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 10-31-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the intersection of Somerset Avenue and UMES Boulevard in reference to a motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that as a vehicle was traveling in the round-about at the intersection, another vehicle entered the round-about and collided with the other vehicle. The at fault driver fled the scene without leaving any information. The at-fault driver was identified and investigation continues.

• On 10-28-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11589 Somerset Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that a resident assaulted a caretaker over an argument. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 10-27-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Xavier Alexander Price, 23, of Clinton, Maryland with driving under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a motor vehicle crash investigation in the parking lot of Caesar’s Pizza Palace, located at 12303 Somerset Avenue. Price was found to be the at-fault driver and was charged with driver failure to stop at stop sign line, driving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, driving vehicle while impaired by alcohol, and negligent driving. Price was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his citations.

• On 10-27-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the intersection of Old Princess Anne Road and Park Drive in reference to a hit and run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that as a vehicle was traveling on Park Drive, it collided with a vehicle that failed to yield the right of way of the intersection. One of the vehicle left the scene without providing any information. The vehicle was described as a black pickup truck that was pulling a trailer. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 10-25-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Bradford Lesley Tilghman, 51, of Princess Anne, Maryland with three outstanding District Court arrest warrants. The arrest warrants charged Tilghman with several offenses from incidents that occurred on 9-25-17, 10-1,17, and 10-5-17. Tilghman was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Tilghman was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 10-25-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of an assault that occurred in the Royal Farms store parking lot area, located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road. Investigation revealed that the suspect approached the victim and attempted to start a fight; however, when the victim refused, the suspect assaulted the victim. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 10-24-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12063 Somerset Avenue in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the residence sometime between the dates of 10-20-17 and 10-24-17 and caused damage to the property. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 10-23-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Richard Douglas Reynolds, 69, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Reynolds with driving a motor vehicle within 12 hours after arrest for violation of TR 21-902. Reynolds was released from custody upon receiving his copy of the criminal summons.

• On 10-20-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Kerri Eugenia Vaughan, 52, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Vaughan with disorderly conduct and intoxicated public disturbance in regards to an incident that occurred near Antioch Avenue and Beechwood Street on 10-7-17. Vaughan was subsequently released from custody upon receiving her copy of the criminal summons.

• On 10-16-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Aaron Devin Jones, 33, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Jones with assault first degree, assault second degree, reckless endangerment, and malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00 in regards to an incident that occurred at the Princess Anne Townhouses on 8-26-17. Jones was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a temporary commitment. Jones was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 10-7-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the town playground located off of Bratten Avenue in reference to attempted arson. Investigation revealed that several juveniles attempted to set a fire near the playground but fled the area when confronted by area neighbors. The juveniles were described as 6 female juveniles. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 10-7-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of Antioch Avenue and Beechwood Street in reference to a disorderly subject. Officers were able to identify the subject who was intoxicated and causing a disturbance. The subject did leave the area and charges are pending.

• On 10-6-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Robin Lynn Cox, 35, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant. The bench warrant was for failure to comply and Cox was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Cox was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 10-6-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Shantrice Nicole Saunders, 26, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Saunders with assault second degree in regards to an incident that occurred on 9-29-17 at the Royal Farms store located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road. Saunders was released upon receiving her copy of the criminal summons.

• On 10-6-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11542 Somerset Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered the victim’s residence and began a physical altercation. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 10-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Tavion Lavelle Crawford, 23, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Crawford with assault second degree, malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00, disorderly conduct, and disturbing the peace in regards to an incident that occurred on 7-18-17 at 30751 Antioch Avenue Extended. Crawford was released upon receiving his copy of the criminal summons.

• On 10-3-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Jennifer Amber Thornton, 19, of Frederick, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Thornton with use/disclose credit card, forgery-priv documents, issue counterfeit order, theft less than $1,000.00, theft scheme less than $1,000.00, credit card-steal another’s, credit card/anot. charge l/t $1,000.00, credit card-personatn/l/t $1,000.00, and fraud ident info theft under $1,000.00 in regards to a fraud investigation from March 2017. Thornton was released upon receiving her copy of the criminal summons

September 2017

• On 9-30-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Dominique James Miles, 20, of Temple Hills, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Miles was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Miles on personal recognizance.

• On 9-29-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a vehicle hit-and-run collision. Investigation revealed that during the evening hours of 9-28-17, the suspect collided into the victim’s vehicle while it was parked near the 11500 block of Beckford Avenue. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-29-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Antonio Ray Maness, 30, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from an assault complaint that occurred at 12360 Somerset Avenue. Maness was charged with assault second degree and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Maness on an unsecure $10,000.00 bond.

• On 9-29-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Marcedes Sharnae Miller, 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from an assault complaint that occurred at 12360 Somerset Avenue. Miller was charged with assault second degree and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Miller on personal recognizance.

• On 9-29-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Roshequa Abeni Simpson, 20, of Oxon Hill, Maryland with theft and several traffic citations. The charges stemmed from a disturbance complaint at the Goose Creek store, located at 30293 Mt. Vernon Road. Investigation revealed that Simpson caused a disturbance when store employees confronted Simpson about a theft that occurred on 9-22-17. Simpson fled when officers approached her which led to a short vehicle pursuit. Simpson was issued a criminal citation for theft under $100.00 and traffic citations for attempt by driver to elude uniformed police by failing to stop, attempt by driver to elude police in official police vehicle by failing to stop, failure of driver to drive to curb upon signal by police vehicle, driver of motor vehicle following vehicle closer than reasonable and prudent, negligent driving, reckless driving, driver changing lanes when unsafe, and driver failure to give turn signal. Simpson was subsequently released from custody upon being issued her citations. Simpson was subsequently released from custody upon being issued her citations.

• On 9-25-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of Somerset Avenue and Hampden Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the victim was assaulted by the suspect in the area of Somerset Avenue near Hampden Avenue. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 9-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Thomas Leandreas Wharton, 46, of Mappsville, Virginia with two District Court bench warrants from Worcester County. Both bench warrants were for failure to appear. Wharton was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Wharton on personal recognizance.

• On 9-20-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11323 Hayman Drive in reference to an attempted burglary. Investigation revealed that during the evening hours of 9-19-17, the suspect(s) attempted to gain entry into the residence but was unable to. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-16-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to The Reserves at Somerset Commons apartment complex, located at 30502 Hickory Road in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument that turned into a physical assault. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 9-15-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of 30705 Antioch Avenue Extended in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the victim was assaulted by the suspect while at a bus stop. The incident was related to a previous incident between the two subjects. Both parties were identified and referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 9-13-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30525 Brannigan Drive in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument that turned into a physical assault. Both parties were identified and referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 9-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11631 Beckford Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole property from a vehicle that was parked on the property sometime during the evening hours of 9-11-17 and the morning hours of 9-12-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-11-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Richard Joseph Rusch, 25, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Rusch with assault first degree, assault second degree, reckless endangerment, threat of arson, theft $1,000.00 to under $10,000.00, and theft less than $1,000.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 9-7-17. Rusch was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $20,000.00 bond. Rusch was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 9-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12092 Somerset Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a window to an apartment. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Patoria Naynette Giddens, 27, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Giddens with assault second degree, conspiracy to commit assault second degree, reckless endangerment, and conspiracy to commit reckless endangerment in regards to an incident that occurred on 8-19-17 in the area of Pine Knoll Drive. Giddens was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $25,000.00 bond. Giddens was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 9-2-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Mohamed Khalid Abuelgasim, 18, of Princess Anne, Maryland for possession of marijuana over ten grams. The arrest stemmed from an investigation in the parking lot on the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Abuelgasim was charged with possession of marijuana over ten grams and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Abuelgasim on personal recognizance.

August 2017

• On 8-31-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Talon’s Square South apartment complex located at 30511 Hickory Road in reference to a theft from a motor vehicle. Investigation revealed that between the evening hours of 8-30-17 and morning hours of 8-31-17, the suspect(s) entered a vehicle and stole property from the victim. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 8-30-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Mckinley Junior Pettit, 30, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Pettit with assault second degree, conspiracy to commit assault second degree, reckless endangerment, and conspiracy to commit reckless endangerment in regards to an incident that occurred on 8-19-17 in the area of Pine Knoll Drive. Pettit was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $20,000.00 bond. Pettit was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 8-28-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Lewis Milton Myers Jr., 54, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Myers with two counts of concealing a dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct, trespassing, disturbing the peace, and intoxicated public disturbance in regards to an incident that occurred on 7-8-17 on Hampden Avenue near Rosa Parks Boulevard. Myers was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Myers on a $5,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 8-28-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Somerset Laundromat, located at 12093 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a coin machine to the laundromat on 8-28-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 8-28-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft that occurred at 30514 William P. Hytche Boulevard. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole the victim’s bicycle which was left outside. The bicycle is described as mens black and green Kent RoadTech Road bicycle. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 8-26-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Charles Alex Showell Jr., 50, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Showell Jr. with assault first degree, assault second degree, reckless endangerment, handgun on person, and firearm use in violent/felony crime in regards to an incident that occurred on 8-25-17 at 11825 Beechwood Street. Showell Jr. was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Showell Jr. was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 8-23-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Andre Demetris Dennis, 42, of Princess Anne, Maryland with trespassing. The charge stemmed from officers observing Dennis at the Royal Farms store, located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road after being previously banned from the property. Dennis was issued criminal citations for trespassing and failure to obey a lawful order. Dennis was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his criminal citations.

• On 8-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Deshawn Maurice Taylor, 27, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Taylor with two counts of harassment and two counts of telephone misuse in regards to a series of incidents that occurred between 7-21-17 and 7-25-17. Taylor was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Taylor on a $5,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 8-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 14-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland with assault second degree. The charge stemmed from an assault investigation that occurred in the Pine Knoll Drive area. The case has been referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 8-19-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Kimyala Monae Tolbert, 27, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant. The bench warrant was for failure to appear and Tolbert was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Tolbert on personal recognizance.

• On 8-19-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12143 Campus Place in reference to an assault that occurred on Pine Knoll Drive. Investigation revealed that the victim was assaulted by two suspects over a disagreement. The suspects were identified and charges are pending.

• On 8-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11589 Beckford Avenue in reference to tampering with a motor vehicle. Investigation revealed that the suspects entered a parked vehicle and looked through the contents of the vehicle. No items were reported stolen and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 8-15-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Pizza Hut, located at 30383 Mt Vernon Road in reference to fraud. Investigation revealed that the suspect attempted to use a stolen credit card number to purchase food from an on-line order. The suspect has been identified and charges are pending.

• On 8-15-17, a Princess Anne Police Department officer stopped a vehicle for failing to stop at a stop sign and striking a pedestrian. As the officer was talking to the driver, the driver fled the area in the vehicle in an attempt to elude the officer. The officer initiated a vehicle pursuit that went into Wicomico County. The officer stopped the pursuit as the driver entered Wicomico County and the vehicle was later found at an address in Salisbury. The pedestrian sustained minor injuries from the collision. The driver has been identified and charges are pending.

• On 8-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Britney Deshan White, 27, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged White with assault second degree and sex offense fourth degree in regards to an incident that occurred on 8-4-17 at 12165 Elm Street. White was released from custody upon receiving her copy of the criminal summons.

• On 8-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the North Side Laundromat, located at 12093 Somerset Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a change machine during the evening hours of 8-14-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 8-13-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Tavion Lavelle Crawford, 23, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Crawford with three counts of assault first degree, three counts of assault second degree, three counts of reckless endangerment, dangerous weapon with intent to injure, and handgun on person in regards to an incident that occurred on 7-20-17 at the Princess Anne Townhouses located at Pine Knoll Drive. Crawford was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Crawford was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 8-13-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11545 Somerset Avenue in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) broke into the office and stole various items between the dates of 8-11-17 and 8-13-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 8-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Antonio Ray Maness, 30, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from a domestic dispute located at 12360 Somerset Avenue. Maness was charged with assault second degree and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Maness on a $15,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 8-10-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Quincy Fontaine, 28, of Princess Anne, Maryland for driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Fontaine was found to be the operator of the vehicle. Fontaine was charged with driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol per se, driving a vehicle while impaired, negligent driving, failure to display registration card, failure to display a license, driving without a license, driving on a suspended license, failure to notify administration of address change, doing forbidden act or failure to perform required act pertaining to driver’s license, and failure to display lighted lamps in unfavorable visibility conditions. Fontaine was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his citations.

• On 8-9-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Kristen Elizabeth Bailey, 19, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from a domestic dispute located at 30446 Pine Street. Bailey was charged with assault second degree and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Bailey on personal recognizance.

• On 8-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Renee Michell Lane, 26, of Salisbury, Maryland with two District Court bench warrants. One warrant was out of Wicomico County for failure to appear while the second warrant was out of Somerset County for failure to appear. Lane was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Lane on personal recognizance.

• On 8-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Dwayne Deshaun Handy, 27, of Horntown, Virginia with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Handy was seen by a District Court commissioner who issued a $10,000.00 bond. Handy was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 8-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Norihito Saginoya, 51, of Princess Anne, Maryland for violation of a protective order. The arrest stemmed from a domestic dispute complaint at 11513 Beckford Avenue. Saginoya was charged with violating an exparte /protective order. Saginoya was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Saginoya on personal recognizance.

• On 8-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Terry Lee Tucker, 46, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from a domestic dispute complaint at 11513 Beckford Avenue. Tucker was charged with assault second degree. Tucker was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Tucker on personal recognizance.

• On 8-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30571 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged the victim’s vehicle while it was parked near 30571 Pine Knoll Drive. The suspect was identified and the victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 8-4-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of malicious destruction of property that occurred at 11691 Beechwood Street. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged the victim’s vehicle that was parked near 11691 Beechwood Street. The suspect was identified and the victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

July 2017

• On 7-31-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Joel Thomas Collins, 50, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault 1st degree. The arrest stemmed from an assault complaint at 11825 Beechwood Street. Collins was charged with assault 1st degree, assault 2nd degree, reckless endangerment, false imprisonment, and attempted 1st degree rape. Collins was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Collins was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 7-30-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Brandon Maurice Selby, 31, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Selby was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Selby on personal recognizance.

• On 7-30-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a hit and run motor vehicle crash that occurred at Route 13 and Manokin Avenue. Investigation revealed that as the victim was stopped for a red traffic signal on northbound Route 13 at Manokin Avenue, the suspect collided with the rear of the victim’s vehicle. The suspect then fled the scene without providing information. The suspect vehicle was described as a Dodge Minivan. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-29-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served a 15-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding juvenile retake order. The juvenile was released into the custody of the Department of Juvenile Services at the Lower Eastern Shore Children’s Center.

• On 7-27-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 15-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland with theft less than $1,000.00. The charge stemmed from a theft complaint at the Princess Anne Library, located at 11767 Beechwood Street. The case has been referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 7-25-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Alysha Deshay Batson, 26, of Princess Anne, Maryland with theft less than $100.00. The charge stemmed from a theft complaint at the Family Dollar Store, located at 30408 Mt. Vernon Road. Batson was subsequently released from custody upon being issued a criminal citation for theft less than $100.00.

• On 7-25-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Lakiesha Renee Collins, 28, of Princess Anne, Maryland for theft of vehicle registration plates. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Collins was found to be the operator. Collins was charged with theft less than $100.00 and subsequently released from custody upon being issued a criminal citation.

• On 7-24-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Becky’s Store, located at 11404 Beckford Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole merchandise from the store and fled the area prior to police arrival. The suspect was described as a black male, with shoulder length hair, wearing shorts and black tank top with a red stripe. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-22-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Joshua James Ward, 50, of Pocomoke, Maryland for driving under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from officers responded to a complaint of an intoxicated driver in the area of the Food Lion store located near Mt. Vernon Road. Ward was charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol, negligent driving, and failure to display registration card upon demand. Ward was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his citations.

• On 7-20-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Pine Knoll Drive area in reference to a shooting. Investigation revealed that after an altercation had occurred, the suspect fired a shot at the victims who were driving away from the area in a vehicle. No injuries were reported and the suspect was identified as Tavion Lavelle Crawford, 23, of Princess Anne, Maryland. Crawford has not been located, however there is an active arrest warrant on file for Crawford in regards to this incident.

• On 7-20-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12146 Queens Grant Drive in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument that turned into a physical altercation. Both parties were referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 7-20-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Debbie Jane Forbes, 55, of Princess Anne, Maryland with disturbing the peace. The charge stemmed from a complaint at 12251 Anne’s Way. Forbes was charged with disturbing the peace and disorderly conduct. Forbes was subsequently released from custody after being issued her criminal citations.

• On 7-20-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30411 Spruce Street in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole the victim’s credit cards while inside the victim’s apartment earlier on 7-20-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-19-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12178 Queens Grant Drive in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged a window screen sometime between 7-18-17 and 7-19-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-19-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12364 Somerset Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument that turned into a physical altercation. Both parties were referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 7-18-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Donna Rose Talya Bagaloo, 23, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Bagaloo was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Bagaloo on a $1,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 7-18-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30751 Antioch Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument which resulted in the suspect damaging the victim’s property. The suspect was identified and the victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 7-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Byron Lamont Bell, 21, of Parkville, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Bell with burglary 3rd degree, conspiracy to commit burglary 3rd degree, burglary 4th degree, malicious destruction of property plus $1,000.00, and disturbing the peace. The charges were in regards to an incident that occurred on 5-12-17 at the Ardens Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Bell was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $20,000.00 bond. Bell was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 7-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11569 Progress Lane in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the suspect assaulted the victim following an argument. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 7-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the First Baptist Church, located at 11793 Crisfield Lane in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that sometime between 7-16-17 and 7-17-17, the suspect(s) entered the church and stole property from the church. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-9-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 16-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland with attempted burglary. The charge stemmed from a follow up investigation where officers identified the juvenile as the person who damaged a window at the Somerset County Liquor Dispensary store on 7-8-17. The juvenile was charged with malicious destruction of property and attempted burglary 4th degree. The case has been referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 7-15-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the intersection of Route 13 and Mt. Vernon Road in reference to a hit and run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that as the suspect was changing lanes on Route 13 just prior to Mt. Vernon Road, she collided with the victim’s vehicle. The suspect then fled the scene without providing any information. The suspect was identified and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of 11544 Beckford Avenue in reference to a hit and run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that the suspect collided with a parked vehicle near 11544 Beckford Avenue and left the scene without providing any information. The incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Patrick Thomas Guzi, 56, of Princess Anne, Maryland for driving while under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from an officer observing Guzi operating a motor vehicle as he arrived to the Princess Anne Police Department for an unrelated incident. Guzi was charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol, driving while under the influence of alcohol per se, driving while impaired by alcohol, and negligent driving. Guzi was subsequently released from custody after being issued his citations.

• On 7-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of Hampden Avenue near Somerset Avenue in reference to a subject causing a disturbance. Investigation revealed that a subject was intoxicated and causing a disturbance. The subject was transported to his residence and charges are pending.

• On 7-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Somerset County Liquor Dispensary store, located at 11754 Somerset Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged a window to the store and fled the area prior to police arrival. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30554 Hampden Avenue in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the residence and stole various items between the late evening hours of 7-7-17 and early morning hours of 7-8-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-4-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Juan Ramon Carranza Canizales, 50, of Yuma, Arizona with driving while under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from officers responding to the drive-thru of the Mcdonald’s restaurant, located at 12112 Brittingham Lane in reference to a disturbance. Canizales was charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol, and negligent driving. Canizales was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his citations.
• On 7-2-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11908 Drexwood Drive in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed between 4-30-17 and 7-2-17, the suspect stole cash from the victim’s residence. Incident remains under investigation.

June 2017

• On 6-29-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30550 Valentine Drive in reference to a theft from a motor vehicle. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered an un-locked vehicle during the overnight hours of 6-28-17 and stole property from the victim. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-28-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30627 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole an X-box game system from the victim. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-28-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Princess Anne Auto Supply store, located at 11466 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft from a motor vehicle. Investigation revealed that between the dates of 6-23-17 and 6-28-17, the suspect(s) entered two un-locked vehicles and stole several items from inside the vehicles. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-27-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30536 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to a theft from a motor vehicle. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered an unlocked vehicle during the overnight hours of 6-26-17 and stole property from inside the vehicle. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-26-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Richard Douglas Reynolds, 68, of Princess Anne, Maryland for driving while under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from officers responding to a complaint of a person who was passed out in a vehicle in the area of 11726 Somerset Avenue. Reynolds was identified as the operator of the vehicle and was charged with driving while impaired by alcohol and driving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Reynolds was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his citations.

• On 6-24-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Dandre Samuel Holland, 29, of Mardela Springs, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Holland was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Holland on a $1,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 6-24-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11532 Beckford Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect removed currency from the victim’s bedroom while attending an event at the victim’s residence. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 6-23-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Libby Jo Robinson, 57, of Princess Anne, Maryland for trespassing. The arrest stemmed from a trespassing complaint at 12223 Somerset Avenue. Robinson was issued a criminal citation for trespassing and was subsequently released from custody.

• On 6-22-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Andre Lamont Collins, 47, of Salisbury, Maryland for assault first degree. The arrest stemmed from an assault complaint in the area of Hampden Avenue. Collins was charged with assault first degree, assault second degree, reckless endangerment, and dangerous weapon with intent to injure. Collins was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Collins was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 6-20-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Princess Anne Little League fields located at 30409 Maple Street in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a lock box located near the concession stand area between the dates of 6-13-17 and 6-20-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-16-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Brad Lee Bowen, 29, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Bowen was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Bowen on personal recognizance.

• On 6-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Family Dollar store, located at 30408 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to a hit and run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that the suspect collided with a parked vehicle and left the scene without reporting the collision. The suspect vehicle was described as a green Chevrolet Malibu. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-10-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the intersection of US Route 13 and Stewart Neck Road in reference to a fatal motor vehicle crash. Preliminary investigation revealed that a vehicle driven by Heather Elizabeth Uff, 43, of Marion Station, Maryland was traveling West on Stewart Neck Road when she pulled out in front of an 18-wheel tractor trailer that was traveling south on US Route 13. Two passengers were also in the vehicle that was being driven by Uff and they were identified as Ashley Rose Creed, 26, of Crisfield, Maryland and Terrance Joseph Lee Schmidt, 28, of Marion Station, Maryland. Uff, Creed, and Schmidt were transported to Peninsula Regional Medical Center, however Schmidt later died from his injuries. Uff and Creed are currently reported to be in critical condition. The driver of the tractor trailer was identified as Travis Sentel Jennings, 37, of Suffolk, Virginia who was not injured. The Maryland State Police Crash Team and Maryland State Police Commercial Motor Vehicle Unit are assisting with the investigation.

• On 6-9-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served William Edward Purnell, 19, of Baltimore, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Purnell with burglary 3rd degree, 2 counts burglary 4th degree, 6 counts of conspiracy to commit burglary in the 4th degree, malicious destruction of property over $1,000.00, 2 counts of disturbing the peace, and fail to obey a reasonable and lawful order. The charges stemmed from a burglary / disturbance investigation that started on 5-12-17 in the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Purnell was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued an unsecure $20,000.00 bond. Purnell was subsequently released from custody.

• On 6-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Family Dollar store located at 30408 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to a theft from a motor vehicle. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole several items from the victim’s vehicle which was parked on the property during the morning hours of 6-8-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-6-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Jeremy Tochi Korie, 21, of Randallstown, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Korie with burglary 3rd degree, 2 counts burglary 4th degree, 6 counts of conspiracy to commit burglary in the 4th degree, malicious destruction of property over $1,000.00, 2 counts of disturbing the peace, and fail to obey a reasonable and lawful order. The charges stemmed from a burglary / disturbance investigation that started on 5-12-17 in the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Korie was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued an unsecure $20,000.00 bond. Korie was subsequently released from custody.
• On 6-6-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of 11513 Beckford Avenue in reference to an assault. While conducting the investigation, officers located a controlled dangerous substance on one of the subjects. Incident remains under investigation and charges are pending.

• On 6-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested William Cody West, 26, of Salisbury, Maryland for assault 2nd degree. The arrest stemmed from an assault investigation that occurred at 11817 Somerset Avenue. West was charged with assault 2nd degree and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $25,000.00 bond. West was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 6-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served a 15-year-old juvenile with an outstanding juvenile retake warrant. The juvenile was released into the custody of the Department of Juvenile Services at the Lower Shore Children’s Facility in Salisbury, Maryland.

• On 6-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12107 College Place in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a vehicle that was parked at 12107 College Place during the overnight hours of 6-4-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11633 Foxwell Lane in reference to tampering with a motor vehicle. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) tampered with a vehicle that was parked at 11633 Foxwell lane during the overnight hours of 6-4-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-1-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Robin Lyn Cox, 34, of Dames Quarter, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Cox with 3 counts of theft less than $100.00 and 2 counts of credit card theft in regards to an incident that occurred on 5-22-17 at 11545 Somerset Avenue.

• On 6-1-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Sara Ann Gordon, 26, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Gordon with 2 counts of fraud/identity theft less than $1,000.00, credit card/stolen, theft less than $1,000.00, theft scheme less than $1,000.00, and several other related credit card theft charges in regards to an investigation that was initiated in June of 2016 in the Princess Anne Townhouses. Gordon was subsequently released upon receiving her copy of the criminal summons.

May 2017

• On 5-31-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30515 UMES Boulevard in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered an apartment and stole various items between the dates of 5-28-17 and 5-31-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-30-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of 30509 Prince William Street in reference to a hit and run motor vehicle collision. Investigation revealed that during 5-30-17, the suspect collided with the victim’s vehicle which was parked near 30509 Prince William Street and left the scene without providing any information. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-29-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Angela Marie Distefano, 36, of Princess Anne, Maryland with failure to obey a lawful order. The charge stemmed from a disturbance complaint at 30811 Shockley Lane. Distefano was subsequently released upon being issued a criminal citation for failure to obey a lawful order.

• On 5-27-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Zoe Lee Benton, 26, of Chance, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Benton with making a false statement to an officer in regards to a false theft report Benton filed on 5-23-17. Benton was released from custody upon being served with her copy of the criminal summons.

• On 5-27-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Derreck Bradley Palmer, 28, of Princess Anne, Maryland with possession of marijuana under 10 grams. The charge stemmed from Palmer being a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped for a traffic violation and being in possession of marijuana. Palmer was issued a civil citation and subsequently released.

• On 5-26-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Penny Lee Purnell, 45, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Purnell with possession of a controlled dangerous substance not marijuana and possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia in regards to an incident that occurred on 9-30-16. Purnell was released from custody upon being served with her copy of the criminal summons.

• On 5-26-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Andre Demetris Dennis, 42, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Dennis with trespass: private property and failure to obey a lawful order in regards to a trespassing complaint that occurred on 5-17-17 at the Royal Farms store located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road. Dennis was released from custody upon being served with his copy of the criminal summons.

• On 5-26-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Elishah Demitrez Dixon, 19, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Dixon with assault 1st degree, assault 2nd degree, reckless endangerment, dangerous weapon with intent to injure, burglary 3rd degree, and malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00. The charges were in regards to an assault investigation that occurred on 5-5-17 at 11513 Beckford Avenue. Dixon was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Dixon was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 5-26-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Andre Demetris Dennis, 42, of Princess Anne, Maryland with trespassing. The charge stemmed from Dennis being located inside the Somerset County Liquor Dispensary located at 11754 Somerset Avenue after being ordered not to go inside the store from a previous incident. Dennis was issued a criminal citation and subsequently released.

• On 5-25-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Malik Jamil Gary, 20, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Gary with assault 2nd degree, disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and affray in regards to an incident that occurred on 4-8-17 in the area of 11784 Somerset Avenue. Gary was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued an unsecure $10,000.00 bond. Gary was subsequently released from custody.

• On 5-24-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Desmond Roland Allen, 21, of Stockton, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Allen was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Allen on personal recognizance.

• On 5-23-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Jronn James Harris, 19, of Baltimore, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Harris with burglary 3rd degree, 2 counts of burglary 4th degree, 6 counts of conspiracy to commit burglary in the 4th degree, malicious destruction of property over $1,000.00, malicious destruction of property under $1,000.00, disturbing the peace, 2 counts of failure to obey a lawful order, assault 2nd degree, and disorderly conduct. The charges stemmed from a series of incidents that occurred between 5-12-17 and 5-13-17 in the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Blvd. Harris was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued an unsecure $20,000.00 bond. Harris was subsequently released from custody.

• On 5-23-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30821 West Post Office Road in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that during the afternoon hours of 5-23-17, the suspect(s) damaged the victim’s vehicle which was parked in the drive way of 30821 West Post Office Road. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-19-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Seumas Uriel Custis, 36, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Custis was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $1,000.00 unsecure bond. Custis was subsequently released from custody.

• On 5-19-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Michael Anthony Jackson, 53, of Seaford, Delaware for driving under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop violation here Jackson was found to be the driver. Jackson was charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol, driving while under the influence of alcohol per se, driving while impaired by alcohol, negligent driving, fail to drive on right half of roadway, fail to obey traffic control device instructions, fail to display license on demand, driving without required license, driving on a suspended out of state license, and operating sound amplification system from vehicle that can be heard 50 feet or more. Jackson was subsequently released from custody after being issued his citations.

• On 5-19-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Junior’s Wines located at 11795 Somerset Avenue in reference to counterfeit currency. Investigation revealed that the suspect attempted to pass a counterfeit five-dollar bill in order to pay for merchandise. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 5-18-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11633 Foxwell Lane in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that sometime during 5-18-17, the suspect(s) entered the residence and stole various items. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Jronn James Harris, 19, of Baltimore, Maryland with possession of marijuana under 10 grams and hosting a neighborhood nuisance and unruly social event. The charges stemmed from a party/disturbance that occurred on 5-12-17 in the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Blvd. Harris was released from custody upon being issued his civil citations.

• On 5-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Dwayne Deshaun Handy, 27, of Horntown, Virginia for fleeing and eluding. The arrest stemmed from officers attempting to stop a vehicle that Handy was operating for a traffic violation. Handy failed to stop and led officers on a vehicle pursuit that ended in the Westover area. Handy was charged with attempting to elude police in official police vehicle by fleeing, driving on a revoked out of state license, driving on a suspended out of state license, fail to stop for flashing red signal, speeding, failure to avoid speed to avoid a collision, negligent driving, reckless driving, and several other traffic violations. Handy was subsequently released from custody after being issued his citations.

• On 5-15-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Carla Anne Renee Ruf, 25, of Westover, Maryland with two outstanding District Court arrest warrants and one outstanding District bench warrant for failure to appear. One of the arrest warrants charged Ruf with conspiracy to commit a home invasion, conspiracy to commit an armed robbery, conspiracy to commit assault 1st degree, conspiracy to commit assault 2nd degree, and conspiracy to commit theft $1,000.00 to under $10,000.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 4-2-17 at 11747 Beechwood Street. The second arrest warrant charged Ruf with burglary 1st degree, conspiracy to commit burglary in the 1st degree, burglary 3rd degree, conspiracy to commit burglary in the 3rd degree, burglary 4th degree, conspiracy to commit burglary in the 4th degree, theft $1,000.00 to $10,000.00, and 2 counts of extortion under $1,000.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 3-21-17 at 30420 Pine Street. Ruf was seen by a District Commissioner who issued no bond in the two arrest warrant cases and a $3,000.00 bond for the bench warrant case. Ruf was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 5-13-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Rodney Reyhan Sellers, 20, of Randallstown, Maryland for disorderly conduct. The arrest stemmed from a large/loud party complaint in the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Sellers was charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, obstructing and hindering, failure to obey a lawful and reasonable order, and resisting arrest. Sellers was also served with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant out of Baltimore County for assault second degree. Sellers was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $15,000.00 bond on the arrest warrant and a $15,000.00 bond on the remaining charges. Sellers was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 5-13-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Jronn James Harris, 19, of Baltimore, Maryland for burglary 4th degree. The arrest stemmed from a burglary and large/loud party complaint at the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Harris was charged with burglary 4th degree, assault 2nd degree, malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00, failure to obey a lawful order, and disorderly conduct. Harris was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $20,000.00 bond and was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 5-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Junior’s Wines, located at 11795 Somerset Avenue in reference to counterfeit currency. Investigation revealed that the suspect attempted to pass a counterfeit twenty-dollar bill to pay for merchandise. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 5-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Royal Farms store, located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to counterfeit currency. Investigation revealed that the suspect attempted to pass a counterfeit twenty-dollar bill to pay for merchandise. The suspect fled the area prior to police arrival and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-11-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11796 Beechwood Street in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument when the suspect physically attacked the victim. The suspect was known to the victim and the victim as referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 5-10-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Kevin Vashon Ward, 19, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Ward with assault 2nd degree in regards to an incident that occurred on 2-6-17 at the Princess Anne Townhouses located off of Pine Knoll Drive. Ward was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $10,000.00 bond. Ward was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 5-9-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30630 UMES Boulevard in reference to a hit and run motor vehicle collision. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged a parked vehicle during the early morning hours on 5-9-17 and left the scene without reporting the incident. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12098 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft of a dog. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) removed the dog from a chain that was on the property of 12098 Somerset Avenue during the afternoon hours of 5-8-17. The dog was described as a white and brown in color Shitzu/ Beagle mix dog that answers to “Lucky.” Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of tampering with a motor vehicle. Investigation revealed that during the early morning hours of 5-8-17, the suspect(s) entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle which was parked near 11754 Somerset Avenue. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a counterfeit currency that had been passed at Junior’s Wines located at 11795 Somerset Avenue. Investigation revealed that a counterfeit five-dollar bill had been discovered in the bank deposit from Junior’s Wines from 5-7-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-7-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 12-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland with assault second degree and affray. The charges stemmed from a confrontation involving a group of juveniles in the area of 11657 Beechwood Street. The case has been referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 5-7-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged an 11-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland with affray. The charge stemmed from a confrontation involving a group of juveniles in the area of 11657 Beechwood Street. The case has been referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 5-6-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11635 Beechwood Street in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole personal property from the victim and fled the area prior to police arrival. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11513 Beckford Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the suspect assaulted the victim with a knife during a physical altercation over property. The suspect fled the scene prior to police arrival and the victim was transported to PRMC for non-life threatening injuries. The suspect was identified as Elishah Demitrez Dixon, 19, of Princess Anne, Maryland. There is an outstanding District Court arrest warrant for Dixon in regards to this incident.

• On 5-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Andrew Jackson, 20, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Jackson with theft less than $1,000.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 4-21-17 at the Food Lion store, located at 12158 Brittingham Lane. Jackson was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Jackson on personal recognizance.

• On 5-4-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Donna Rose Talya Bagaloo, 23, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear out of Wicomico County. Bagaloo was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Bagaloo on personal recognizance.

• On 5-4-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested a 15-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland for robbery. The arrest was in reference to a robbery investigation that occurred on 4-28-17 in the area of 30632 Hampden Avenue. The juvenile was charged with robbery, assault 2nd degree, reckless endangerment, theft under $1,000.00, affray, and disorderly conduct. The juvenile was released into the custody of a guardian and the case has been referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 5-4-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested a 15-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland for robbery. The arrest was in reference to a robbery investigation that occurred on 4-28-17 in the area of 30632 Hampden Avenue. The juvenile was charged with robbery, assault 2nd degree, reckless endangerment, theft under $1,000.00, affray, and disorderly conduct. The juvenile was also found to have an outstanding retake warrant and was released into the custody of the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 5-4-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30519 Hickory Road in reference to a burglary after the fact. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the victim’s apartment during the morning hours of 5-4-17 and stole various items. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-3-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Clifton Charles Somers, 56, of Fruitland, Maryland for driving while under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a crash investigation where Somers was found to be the at fault driver of a crash that occurred at Route 13 and Mt. Vernon Road. Somers was charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol, driving while under the influence of alcohol per se, driving while impaired, negligent driving, and failure to control speed to avoid a collision. Somers was released from custody upon signing for his citations.

• On 5-3-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Chellie Marie Jones, 60, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from a disturbance at the Go-Getters office located at 11559 Somerset Avenue. Jones was charged with assault second degree and seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Jones on personal recognizance.

• On 5-2-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Talon’s Square South apartment complex in reference to a burglary after the fact. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered an apartment during the evening hours of 5-1-17, but did not take any property from the apartment. Incident remains under investigation.

April 2017

• On 4-29-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Food Lion store located at 12158 Brittingham Lane in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole currency from the store while completing a transaction. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 4-28-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Nkemakolam Sylva Okwaraogoma, 22, of Parkville, Maryland with trespassing and failure to obey a lawful and reasonable order. The charges stemmed from officers observing Okwaraogoma on the Arden’s Run apartment complex property located at 30630 UMES Blvd after being banned from the property earlier on 4-28-17. Okwaraogoma was issued criminal citations for trespassing and failure to obey a lawful and reasonable order. Okwaraogoma was released from custody upon being issued his citations.

• On 4-28-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Nkemakolam Sylva Okwaraogoma, 22, of Parkville, Maryland with disturbing the peace and failure to obey a reasonable and lawful order. The charges stemmed from Okwaraogoma being found on the property of the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Blvd causing a disturbance after being previously evicted. Okwaraogoma was issued criminal citations for disturbing the peace and failure to obey a reasonable and lawful order. Okwaraogoma was released from custody upon being issued his citations.

• On 4-27-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Food Lion store located at 12158 Brittingham Lane in reference to a disturbance. Investigation revealed that approximately five subjects were involved in an altercation inside the store. The suspects fled the store prior to police arrival. The incident remains under investigation.

• On 4-27-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30619 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged two vehicles that were parked in front of 30619 Pine Knoll Drive during the evening hours of 4-26-17. The incident remains under investigation.

• On 4-26-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Darnell Francis Cotton Jr., 37, of Salisbury, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Cotton Jr. with burglary 3rd degree, burglary 4th degree, assault 2nd degree, and malicious destruction of property under $1,000.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 4-3-17 at 30023 Kristwood Way. Cotton Jr. was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Cotton Jr. on $20,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 4-19-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Jacqueline E. Leatherbury, 26, of Westover, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Leatherbury with burglary 1st degree, conspiracy to commit burglary 1st degree, burglary 3rd degree, conspiracy to commit burglary 3rd degree, burglary 4th degree, conspiracy to commit burglary 4th degree, theft $1,000.00 to under $10,000.00, and conspiracy to commit theft $1,000.00 to under $10,000.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 3-21-17 at 30420 Pine Street. Leatherbury was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $50,000.00 bond. Leatherbury was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 4-19-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Marlene R. Jones, 47, of Princess Anne, Maryland with a District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Jones with theft less than $100.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 4-17-17 at 30757 Antioch Avenue. Jones was released from custody upon being issued her copy of the criminal summons.

• On 4-18-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11649 Beechwood Street in reference to an attempted burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect attempted to enter an apartment. The suspect was known to the victim and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 4-18-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of malicious destruction of property that occurred on 4-15-17. Investigation revealed that the victim’s vehicle was parked in the Arden’s Run apartment complex near building “D” when two subjects damaged a side mirror while involved in a physical altercation. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 4-16-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Kenneth Joseph Passwaters, 36, of Delmar, Delaware for an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Passwaters was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $20,000.00 bond. Passwaters was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 4-15-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Thomas Dawayne Green, 18, of Reisterstown, Maryland with failure to obey a lawful and reasonable order. The charges stemmed from officers observing Green on the property of the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at UMES Boulevard after being given a lawful order to leave the complex. Green was subsequently released from custody after being issued a criminal citation for failure to obey a lawful and reasonable order.

• On 4-15-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30751 Antioch Avenue in reference to a hit-and-run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that the suspect collided with a parked vehicle in front of 30751 Antioch Avenue during the early morning hours of 4-15-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 4-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Angela Elizabeth Collins, 39, of Princess Anne, Maryland with two District Court bench warrants out of Wicomico County for failure to appear. Collins was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Collins on personal recognizance.

• On 4-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30650 Hampden Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspects damaged a window of a vehicle that was parked at 30650 Hampden Avenue. The suspects were identified and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 4-13-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 17-year-old juvenile, of Mount Vernon, Maryland with assault 2nd degree and disorderly conduct. The charges stemmed from an assault complaint at the Food Lion store, located at 12158 Brittingham Lane. The case has been referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 4-13-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Princess Anne Townhouses located off of Pine Knoll Drive in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a vehicle during the evening hours of 4-12-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 4-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Treal Deann Mccarden, 20, of Princess Anne, Maryland and Deja A. Ortiz, 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland with District Court body attachments for failure to appear. Both Mccarden and Oritz were seen by a District Court Commissioner who released them on personal recognizance.

• On 4-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Travis Townsend, 25, of Princess Anne, Maryland with a violation of parole warrant. Townsend was released into the custody of the Eastern Correctional Institution.

• On 4-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Becky’s Store, located at 11404 Beckford Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in a physical fight and during the fight the subjects damaged the front door to the store. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 4-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30560 Washington Street in reference to a theft of a bicycle. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole a bicycle from the property during the afternoon hours of 4-12-17. The bicycle is described as a 26″ Havoc “Hyper” boys bike with a black in color main frame that has silver and white lettering. The incident remains under investigation.

• On 4-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of malicious destruction of property that occurred at the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a vehicle that was parked in the complex during the early morning hours on 4-12-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 4-10-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Charlena Mae Tilghman, 58, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault first degree. The arrest stemmed from an assault complaint at 11825 Beechwood Street. Tilghman was charged with assault first degree and assault second degree. Tilghman was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $50,000.00 bond. Tilghman was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 4-10-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle that occurred at 30514 Pecan Drive. Investigation revealed that the victim had allowed the suspect to borrow a vehicle on 4-8-17; however the suspect had failed to return it. The vehicle was returned after the report was made and charges are pending.

• On 4-9-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 15-year-old juvenile with assault second degree. The charge stemmed from an assault complaint at the playground area of the Princess Anne Townhouses, located off of Pine Knoll Drive. The case has been referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 4-9-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Timothy David Moffitt, 63, of Frankford, Delaware with a parole retake warrant. Moffitt was released into the custody of the Eastern Correctional Institution.

• On 4-9-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12094 Somerset Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the victim and suspect were engaged in an argument when the suspect assaulted the victim. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 4-9-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11631 Beckford Avenue in reference to a theft of a bicycle. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole a bicycle from the property during the early evening hours of 4-9-17. The bicycle is described as a 20′ dark blue Mongoose brand bike with silver lettering. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 4-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30451 Oak Street in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument that turned into a physical altercation. Both parties were referred to the District Court Commissioners Office.

• On 4-7-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of an assault that occurred at 11480 Beckford Avenue. Investigation revealed that the victim was assaulted by the suspect after a verbal argument. The suspect was identified and the victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 4-3-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30023 Kristwood Way in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered the residence without the resident’s permission and got into an argument with the resident. The suspect was known to the victim and charges are pending.

• On 4-1-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Jacqueline Elizabeth Leatherbury, 26, of Westover, Maryland for a home invasion.  The arrest stemmed from a home invasion investigation that occurred on 4-1-17 at 11747 Beechwood Street.  Leatherbury was charged with armed robbery, home invasion, assault 1st degree, and assault 2nd degree.  Leatherbury was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond.  Leatherbury was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

March 2017

• On 3-28-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Dante Antony Curtis, 24, of Princess Anne, Maryland for driving while impaired by alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Curtis was found to be the operator. Curtis was charged with driving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol, attempt by driver to elude uniformed police by failing to stop, attempt by driver to elude police in official police vehicle by failing to stop, negligent driving, failure to display license upon demand, driving motor vehicle on highway without required license, and driving on a revoked license and privilege. Curtis was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his citations.

• On 3-28-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Arden’s Run apartment complex, located at 30630 UMES Boulevard in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument that turned into a physical assault. Both parties were referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 3-27-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Maria Lynn Harris, 32, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Harris with burglary 4th degree in regards to an incident that occurred on 1-20-17. Harris was released from custody upon being issued her copy of the criminal summons.

• On 3-27-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11630 Foxwell Lane in reference to a hit and run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that as the suspect was backing out of a driveway, the suspect backed into the residence causing minor damage. The suspect then fled the scene without providing information. The suspect was eventually identified and charges are pending.

• On 3-26-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of malicious destruction of property that occurred at the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged a bedroom door after an argument with the victim. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 3-25-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Tiffany Ranea Selby, 20, of Princess Anne, MD for disorderly conduct. The arrest stemmed from officers responding to the Best Value Inn, located at 30359 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to a disturbance. Selby was charged with disorderly conduct, failure to obey a lawful and reasonable order, and resisting arrest. Selby was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Selby on $5,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 3-25-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11839 Beechwood Street in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered an apartment and stole various items. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-23-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a stolen motor vehicle that occurred on 3-6-17. Investigation revealed that as the victim was shopping in the Dollar General store, located at 30371 Mt. Vernon Road, the suspect(s) entered the vehicle which was parked on Elm Street and drove off in it. The vehicle is described as a 2008, gray in color Honda Civic. The vehicle was displaying a temporary Maryland registration plate of T061572. The incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Maurice Milburn Hughes, 2nd, 27, of Ocean City, MD in reference to an outstanding District Court arrest warrant out of Worcester County. The arrest warrant charged Hughes, 2nd with robbery, 3 counts of assault 2nd degree, and theft less than $100.00. Hughes, 2nd was seen by a District Court Commissioner who held Hughes, 2nd on $50,000.00 bond. Hughes, 2nd was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 3-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Jessica Lee Frey, 26, of Ocean City, MD in reference to an outstanding District Court bench warrant out of Worcester County for failure to appear. Frey was seen by a District Court Commissioner who held Frey on $10,000.00 bond. Frey was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 3-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30420 Pine Street in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that during the early evening hours of
3-21-17, the suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence and stole a television. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the playground area of the Princess Anne Townhouses, located at 30551 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to a fight. Investigation revealed that two juveniles were involved in an altercation. The juveniles were identified and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11540 Beckford Avenue in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) had entered an apartment and stolen various items. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-18-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Daijah Emiah Johnson, 24, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from a domestic dispute complaint at 30502 Hickory Road. Johnson was charged with assault second degree and was later seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Johnson on personal recognizance.

• On 3-16-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Peaky’s Restaurant, located at 30361 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspects left the restaurant without paying for their meal. The suspects were identified and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-13-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Demetris Tyron Richardson, 37, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant. The bench warrant was for failure to appear and Richardson was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Richardson on personal recognizance.

• On 3-13-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11628 Foxwell Lane in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the residence on 3-12-17 and stole various items. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-10-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Jennifer Dawn Skinner, 40, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons from Wicomico County. The criminal summons charged Skinner cds-obtain by fraud and cds-obtain by altered prescription in regards to an incident that occurred in Wicomico County. Skinner was released upon receiving her copy of the criminal summons.

• On 3-10-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Royal Farms store, located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to an unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Investigation revealed that while the victim was inside the store, the suspect, who was a passenger, drove away in the vehicle and was later involved in a motor vehicle crash in the Westover area. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 3-8-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the North Somerset Laundromat, located at 12093 Somerset Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged two washing machines during the late afternoon hours of 3-8-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Clarence Lamont Jones, Jr., 29, of Princess Anne, Maryland for driving under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Jones Jr. was found to be the operator. Jones was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving under the influence of alcohol per se, driving while impaired, fail to stop at steady red signal, fail to stop at stop line, fail to yield right of way to another vehicle in intersection, negligent driving, fail to drive on right half of roadway, fail to display registration card, fail to drive to curb upon signal of police vehicle, fail to display license, driving without a license, and attempting to elude police vehicle by failure to stop. Jones Jr. was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his citations.

• On 3-4-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Ahmed Khalid Ahmad Ibr Elsayed, 19, of Salisbury, Maryland with possession of marijuana under 10 grams. The charge stemmed from officers locating suspected marijuana during a traffic stop where Elsayed was the operator. Elsayed was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under 10 grams and subsequently released from custody.

• On 3-3-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a motor vehicle theft that occurred at 30481 Pecan Drive. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole a vehicle on 3-3-17 and it was later recovered on 3-3-17 in Anne Arundel County. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-3-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12174 Queens Grant Drive in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a vehicle parked in front of 12174 Queens Grant Drive during the evening hours of 3-2-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-2-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Maurice Mckinley Turner III, 24, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Turner III, was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $25,000.00 unsecure bond. Turner III, was subsequently released from custody.

• On 3-2-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11839 Beechwood Street in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the victim’s apartment and stole various items. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-1-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30733 Antioch Avenue in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the victim’s apartment and stole various items. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-1-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard in reference to a hit and run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that the suspect collided with the victim’s vehicle which was parked near building “U” and left the scene without reporting the crash. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-1-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11832 Beechwood Street in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the victim’s apartment and stole various items. Incident remains under investigation.

February 2017

• On 2-27-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Willis Trent Cottman, 56, of Princess Anne, Maryland for driving under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Cottman was found to be the operator. Cottman was charged with fail to drive on right half of roadway, driving under the influence of alcohol, driving under the influence of alcohol per se, driving while impaired, negligent driving, fail to display license, driving without a license, driving on a suspended license, driving on a revoked license, and attempting to elude police vehicle by failing to stop. Cottman was released from custody upon being issued his citations.

• On 2-27-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Cameron Colby Cottingham, 29, of Princess Anne, Maryland with failure to obey a reasonable and lawful order. The charge stemmed from a complaint at the Food Lion store located at 12158 Brittingham Lane. Cottingham was issued a criminal citation and subsequently released from custody.

• On 2-26-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Dollar General Store located at 30371 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect removed items from the store and left without paying for the items. The suspect is described as a black female, approximately 20-25 years of age, wearing a blue jacket, black pants, and brown shoes. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-24-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Dylan Hart Alexander Berglund, 23, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant out of Worcester County. The bench warrant was for failure to appear and Berglund was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Berglund on personal recognizance.

• On 2-24-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Thomas Douglas Barkley, 69, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Barkley was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Barkley on personal recognizance.

• On 2-24-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Davaun T. Patillo, 20, of Pikesville, Maryland for armed robbery. The arrest stemmed from an armed robbery investigation that was initiated on 2-7-17 in the Arden’s Run apartment complex located off of UMES Boulevard. Patillo was charged with armed robbery, home invasion, 2 counts of assault 1st degree, 2 counts of assault 2nd degree, burglary 1st degree, burglary 3rd degree, burglary 4th degree, 2 counts of reckless endangerment, theft less than $100.00, use of firearm in felony-violent crime, 2 counts of marijuana paraphernalia possession/distribution, and possession of a controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia. Patillo was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $200,000.00 bond. Patillo was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 2-24-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12180 Queens Grant Drive in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that sometime during the evening hours of 2-23-17 and early morning hours of 2-24-17 the suspect(s) entered the residence and stole various items. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-23-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Malik Clodis Smith, 21, of Baltimore, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Smith with armed robbery, home invasion, 2 counts of assault 1st degree, 2 counts of assault 2nd degree, burglary 1st degree, burglary 3rd degree, burglary 4th degree, 2 counts of reckless endangerment, theft less than $100.00, and use of firearm in felony-violent crime. The charges were in reference to an armed robbery that was reported on 2-7-17 in the Arden’s Run apartment complex located off of UMES Boulevard. Smith was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $200,000.00 bond. Smith was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 2-23-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Kenneth Joseph Passwaters, 36, of Delmar, Delaware for possession of a controlled dangerous substance-not marijuana. The arrest stemmed from a complaint at the Hardee’s restaurant located at 30362 Mt. Vernon Road. Passwaters was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance-not marijuana and possession of a controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia. Passwaters was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $20,000.00 unsecure bond and was subsequently released from custody.

• On 2-22-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30594 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the residence sometime on 2-22-17 and stole various items. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of 12364 Somerset Avenue in reference to a fight. Investigation revealed that two juveniles were involved in a physical altercation. Both juveniles were identified and the case has been referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 2-21-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30671 Imaginary Lane in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the assault occurred on 2-20-17 and the suspect was known to the victim. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 2-20-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Cervone Charles Copes, 39, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant out of Worcester County. The bench warrant was for failure to appear and Copes was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Copes on personal recognizance.

• On 2-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Dominique James Miles, 19, of Temple Hills, Maryland for driving while under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a motor vehicle crash investigation on UMES Boulevard near the Arden’s Run apartment complex entrance. Officers were in the area controlling a large volume of traffic from a UMES homecoming event, when Miles crashed into five vehicles, including a Somerset County Sheriff’s Office marked patrol vehicle that had its emergency equipment activated. Two officers also had to run for safety to avoid being struck during the collision. The crash resulted in significant damage to some of the vehicles that were involved and there were several minor injuries reported. Miles was charged with failure to control speed on highway to avoid collision, driving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, driving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol per se, driving vehicle while impaired by alcohol, negligent driving, reckless driving, failure to drive vehicle on right half of roadway when required, failure to display license to an uniformed police officer, and driving vehicle in violation of restricted license requirement. Miles was later released from custody upon being issued his citations.

• On 2-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Markia Eileen Farmer, 23, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant out of Wicomico County for failure to appear in court. Farmer was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $3,000.00 unsecure bond. Farmer was subsequently released from custody.

• On 2-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12364 Somerset Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument when the suspect assaulted the victim. The suspect was identified and the victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 2-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Bryan Anthony Matthews, 21, of Upper Marlboro, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Matthews with violation of an ex-parte/protective order on 2-8-17. Matthews was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Matthews on personal recognizance.

• On 2-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the North Somerset Laundromat, located at 12093 Somerset Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a closet door along with two washing machines. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12360 Somerset Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged a vehicle that was parked in the parking lot area following an argument with the victim. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30807 Division Street in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered an apartment and stole property from the victim. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the intersection of Old Princess Anne Road and Park Drive in reference to a hit and run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that as a vehicle failed to yield the right of way to the intersection it collided with the victim’s vehicle. The other vehicle fled the scene without providing any information. The suspect is described as a black female driving a brown in color vehicle, unknown make or model. No injuries were reported.

• On 2-14-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11529 Beckford Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole the victim’s cell phone and fled the area. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 2-13-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Peaky’s Restaurant parking lot, located at 30361 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to a theft from a motor vehicle. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered an unlocked vehicle and stole property out of it while it was parked in the parking lot. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Albert Labryant Christopher, 55, of Princess Anne, Maryland for driving while under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Christopher was found to be the operator of the stopped vehicle. Christopher was charged with driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, driving under the influence of alcohol per se, driving while impaired by alcohol, negligent driving, failure to display license to an uniformed police officer, driving without a license, and driving on a suspended license and privilege. Christopher was released from custody upon being issued his citations.

• On 2-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Nwokedi Ikedichukwu Onyima, 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland with hosting a neighborhood nuisance and unruly social event. The charge stemmed from officers responding to a large party complaint in the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Onyima was issued a civil citation and was released from the scene.

• On 2-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Royal Farms store, located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect removed several items and concealed them in a bag. The suspect then exited the store without paying for the items and fled the area. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-6-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Demetris Tyron Richardson, 37, of Princess Anne, Maryland with trespassing. The charge stemmed from officers observing Richardson on the property of 11777 Beechwood Street which is posted no trespassing. Richardson was issued a criminal citation for trespassing and released from the scene.

• On 2-6-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30576 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument when the suspect assaulted the victim. Charges are pending against the suspect.

• On 2-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Genesis Milan Smith, 18, of Washington, DC with possession of marijuana under 10 grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Smith was found to be in possession of marijuana. Smith was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under 10 grams.

• On 2-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30500 Hickory Road in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole property from the victim’s purse while at the victim’s apartment. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-3-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Shamont Matthew Waters, 20, of Baltimore, Maryland with malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00. The charge stemmed from an officer observing Waters firing a CO2 powered BB gun out of a vehicle at the exit of the Arden’s Run apartment complex located off of UMES Boulevard. Several of the BB’s struck a stop sign causing damage. Waters was issued a criminal citation for malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00.

• On 2-2-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Liza Monique White, 34, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged White with assault second degree in reference to an incident that occurred on 1-18-17 at 30615 Pine Knoll Drive. White was subsequently released from custody upon being issued her copy of the criminal summons.

January 2017

• On 1-30-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Darryl Antonio Merrill, 24, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault first degree.  The arrest stemmed from an assault complaint that occurred at 30517 Antioch Avenue.  Merrill was charged with assault first degree, assault second degree, reckless endangerment, false imprisonment, disorderly conduct, failure to obey a reasonable and lawful order, and resisting arrest.  Merrill was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $50,000.00 bond.  Merrill was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 1-29-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Derrick James Henderson, 23, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from an assault complaint located at 30729 Antioch Avenue Extended. Henderson was charged with assault second degree and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $10,000.00 bond. Henderson was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 1-29-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Royal Farms store parking lot located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged a vehicle that was parked in the store parking lot sometime between 1-28-17 and 1-29-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-28-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Emmanuel Namor Dejesus Garcia, 31, of Jamaica, New York for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from an assault complaint located at 11657 Beechwood Street. Garcia was charged with assault second degree and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $25,000.00 bond. Garcia was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 1-28-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 29970 St James Way in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument when the suspect assaulted the victim. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 1-26-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Derrick Justin Thompson, 20, District Heights, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Thompson with three counts of theft less than $100.00, one count of theft less than $1,000.00, and conspiracy to commit theft under $1,000.00. The charges were in reference to an incident that occurred at the Food Lion store, located at 12158 Brittingham Lane on 12-14-16. Thompson was released from custody upon being served his copy of the criminal summons.

• On 1-25-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11751 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft from a motor vehicle. Investigation revealed that the suspect removed property from the victim’s vehicle sometime during the evening hours of 1-24-16 into the early morning hours of 1-25-17. Incident remains under investigation.
• On 1-24-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Aaron Devin Jones, 32, of Princess Anne, Maryland in reference to an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Jones with assault second degree in reference to an incident that occurred on 1-18-17 at 30615 Pine Knoll Drive. Jones was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $10,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 1-23-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Latoya Denise Jackson, 25, of Princess Anne, Maryland in reference to an outstanding District Court bench warrant out of Wicomico County. Jackson was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $5,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 1-23-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Troy Eugene Obrien, 47, of Princess Anne, Maryland with trespassing. The charge stemmed from a trespassing complaint at the Food Lion store, located at 12158 Brittingham Lane. Obrien was issued a criminal citation and was released from custody.

• On 1-20-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Kye Adrenna Green, 19, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Green with burglary fourth degree in reference to an incident that occurred on 1-2-17 at 30554 Hampden Avenue. Green was released from custody upon signing for the criminal summons.

• On 1-20-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft that occurred in the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole several items from the victim’s apartment on 1-17-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-20-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11751 Somerset Avenue in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered the residence but left upon being confronted by the residents. A suspect has been identified and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-19-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Nicholas Gavin Holloway, 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Holloway with assault second degree in reference to an incident that occurred on 11-30-16 at the Talons Square South apartment complex. Holloway was released from custody upon signing for the criminal summons.

• On 1-19-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Maurice Mckinley Turner III, 23, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Turner III with two counts of theft less than $1,000.00, rogue and vagabond, computer illegal access, and computer illegal access/alter data in reference to an incident that occurred on 12-4-16 at 11589 Beckford Avenue. Turner III was released from custody upon signing for the criminal summons.

• On 1-19-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of an assault that occurred at 30615 Pine Knoll Drive on 1-18-17. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument when the victim was assaulted by the suspect. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 1-18-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Troy Booker Nixon, 49, of Princess Anne, Maryland in reference to an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Nixon with six counts of theft less than $100.00 in reference to several theft incidents that occurred in November and December of 2016. Nixon was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $2,500.00 bond. Nixon was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 1-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft that occurred at 11793 Beechwood Street. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole the victim’s purse while the victim was visiting the residence. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-17-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of Old Princess Anne Road and Park Drive in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument near Antioch Avenue when the suspect assaulted the victim. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 1-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department charged an eight-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland with assault second degree and disorderly conduct. The charges stemmed from a disturbance in the area of Brittingham Lane near the Food Lion Store. The case has been referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 1-12-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11689 Beechwood Street in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a window to the residence during the evening hours of 1-11-17. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-11-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Maria Lynn Harris, 32, of Princess Anne, Maryland for theft of a motor vehicle. The arrest stemmed from a motor vehicle complaint located at 30522 William P. Hytche Boulevard. Harris was charged with take and carry away a motor vehicle without permission, take a motor vehicle without consent, and theft of a motor vehicle. Harris was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a temporary commitment. Harris was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 1-9-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to TLC Dental, located at 12165 Elm Street in reference to counterfeit currency. Investigation revealed that the suspect passed four counterfeit ten dollar bills between the dates of 1-6-17 and 1-9-17. The suspect was identified and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-7-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Derreck Cornell Hall, 27, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from a domestic disturbance complaint located at 12235 Anne’ Way. Hall was charged with assault second degree. Hall was taken to the District Court Commissioners Office where Hall was released on $15,000.00 unsecured bond.

• On 1-6-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Justin Lamar Brittingham, 25, of Salisbury, Maryland for an outstanding District Court bench warrant. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Brittingham was found to be the operator. A wanted check revealed Brittingham had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court. Brittingham was taken to the District Court Commissioners Office where he was released on $2,500.00 bond.

• On 1-5-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11635 Beechwood Street in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the victim and the suspect were involved in an argument when the suspect assaulted the victim. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 1-3-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Darryl Antonio Merrill, 24, of Princess Anne, Maryland for an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Merrill with assault second degree in reference to an incident that occurred on 12-22-16 at 30517 Antioch Avenue. Merrill was taken to the District Court Commissioners Office where Merrill was released on $10,000.00 bond.

• On 1-3-17, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Phillip Morris Taylor, 19, of Bivalve, Maryland for having a handgun on his person. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Taylor was found to be a passenger in the vehicle. Taylor was charged with having a handgun on his person and having a handgun in a vehicle. Taylor was taken to the District Court Commissioners Office where Taylor was released on personal recognizance.

• On 1-3-17, the Princess Anne Police Department served Norihito Saginoya, 51, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Saginoya with assault second degree from an incident that occurred on 12-16-16 at 11542 Somerset Avenue. Saginoya was released upon signing for his copy of the criminal summons.

• On 1-2-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11212 Old Princess Anne Road in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument when the suspect assaulted the victim. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 1-2-17, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30554 Hampden Avenue in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that a subject entered the house and left upon being confronted by the property owner. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.