2018 Blotter

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October 2018

• On 10-15-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Ebony Viola Jones, 26, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Jones with two counts of assault second degree, disorderly conduct, and failure to obey a reasonable and lawful order in regards to an incident that occurred on 10-8-18 at 11691 Beechwood Street. Jones was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $10,000.00 bond. Jones was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 10-15-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Ebony Viola Jones, 26, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Jones with disorderly house in regards to several incidents that have occurred between 1-1-18 and 10-9-18 at 11691 Beechwood Street. Jones was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center due to the District Court arrest warrant that was also served on Jones.

• On 10-15-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Talon’s Square South apartment complex located at 30515 UMES Boulevard in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a door inside an apartment sometime during 10-15-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 10-13-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Quinones Jhala Jhingory, 23, of Baltimore, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from a disturbance complaint at the Arden’s Run apartment complex, located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Jhingory was charged with assault second degree, disorderly conduct, failure to obey a reasonable and lawful order, and resisting arrest. Jhingory was also issued a civil citation for hosting a neighborhood nuisance and unruly social event. Jhingory was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Jhingory on personal recognizance.

• On 10-12-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of Somerset Avenue and Pine Knoll Drive in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspects damaged the victim’s vehicle by throwing rocks at the vehicle as it was traveling on Somerset Avenue at Pine Knoll Drive. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 10-11-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Latanya Lee Walker, 21, of Dames Quarter, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from an assault complaint at 11825 Beechwood Street. Walker was charged with assault second degree and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $5,000.00 bond. Walker was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 10-11-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30557 Hampden Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the suspect assaulted the victim following an argument. The suspect was identified but had left prior to police arrival. Incident remains under investigation and charges are pending.

• On 10-11-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft that occurred at 11751 Somerset Avenue. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole a package that was delivered to the victim’s apartment on 10-9-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 10-8-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30472 Plantation Drive in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged the victim’s vehicle during the overnight hours of 10-7-18 while it was parked at the victim’s residence. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 10-8-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Andrew Shidel Ware, 23, of Fruitland, Maryland with disturbing the peace. The charge stemmed from officers responding to a fight in progress call in the area of Beechwood Street, where Ware was found to be disturbing the peace. Ware was issued a criminal citation for disturbing the peace and subsequently released from custody.

• On 10-8-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 14 year old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland with two counts of assault second degree and affray, a 14 year old juvenile of Princess Anne, Maryland with assault second degree and affray, a 13 year old juvenile of Princess Anne, Maryland with two counts of assault second degree, affray, providing a false name, obstructing and hindering, and disorderly conduct, and a 17 year old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland with two counts assault second degree and affray. The charges stemmed from a fight that occurred in the area of Beechwood Street. All of the cases have been forwarded to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 10-7-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Joseph Lowell Bratten, 24 of Laurel, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Bratten with theft $100.00 to $1,500.00, conspiracy to commit theft $100.00 to $1,500.00 and theft scheme $100.00 to &1,500.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 9-13-18 at Juniors Wines store, located at 11795 Somerset Avenue. Bratten was subsequently released upon being issued his copy of the criminal summons.

• On 10-7-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Joseph Lowell Lee Bratten, 24, of Laurel, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Bratten with theft less than $100.00 and 3 counts of conspiracy to commit theft less than $100.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 9-7-18 at Juniors Wines store, located at 11795 Somerset Avenue. Bratten was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his copy of the criminal summons.

• On 10-7-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of Beechwood Street and Antioch Avenue in reference to a disturbance. Investigation revealed that several subjects were involved in an argument when one of the subjects displayed a handgun. Officers were able to locate the subject and recovered a handgun. The incident remains under investigation and charges are pending.

• On 10-7-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11691 Beechwood Street in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the suspect assaulted the victim following an argument. The suspect was identified and the victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges. The suspect also alleged that several items were stolen from him during the altercation and the suspect was also referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 10-6-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Austin Michael Jordan, 19, of Salisbury, Maryland with possession of marijuana under 10 grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Jordan was found to be the vehicle operation and he was also found to be in possession of marijuana. Jordan was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under 10 grams and was subsequently released from custody.

• On 10-5-18, the Princess Anne Police Department conducted alcohol compliance checks at local establishments in Princess Anne. One violation was recorded during the checks at the Kash and Karry store, located at 12020 Somerset Avenue. The clerk who sold alcohol to a minor was identified and charges are pending.

• On 10-5-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Lisa Ann Jones, 40, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from a domestic disturbance complaint at 30506 Hickory Road. Jones was charged with assault second degree and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Jones on personal recognizance.

• On 10-5-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Jonathan Xavier Toluwal Owens, 22, of Ellicott City, Maryland and Ibrahim Abdul-Mumin Saeed, 22, of Upper Marlboro, Maryland with hosting a neighborhood nuisance and unruly social event. The charge stemmed from officers responding to a loud party complaint at 12235 Anne’s Way. Both Owens and Saeed were issued civil citations and were released from the scene.

• On 10-4-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Taron Lee Roberts, 34, of Princess Anne, Maryland for disorderly conduct. The arrest stemmed from an intoxicated subject complaint at the Beckford Avenue Park, located at 11464 Beckford Avenue. Roberts was charged with two counts of intoxicated endangerment, disorderly conduct, and failure to obey a reasonable and lawful order. Roberts was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Roberts was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 10-4-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Ebony Viola Jones, 26, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Jones with assault second degree and trespassing in regards to an incident that occurred on 10-1-18 at 11675 Beechwood Street. Jones was subsequently released from custody upon being served with her copy of the criminal summons.

• On 10-4-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Michael Nathaniel Smith, 19, of Germantown, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Smith with obstructing and hindering in regards to an incident that occurred on 9-30-18 at the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Smith was subsequently released from custody upon being served with his copy of the criminal summons.

• 10-4-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Raymond Stanley Holliday, 48, of Salisbury, Maryland with possession of marijuana under 10 grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Holliday was found to be a passenger and in possession of marijuana. Holliday was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under 10 grams and was subsequently released from the scene.

• On 10-3-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Taron Lee Roberts, 34, of Princess Anne, Maryland with trespassing. The charge stemmed from a trespassing complaint where Roberts was observed on the property of the Royal Farms store, located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road after being previously banned from the property. Roberts was issued a criminal citation for trespassing and was subsequently released from custody.

• On 10-3-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a hit and run motor vehicle crash that occurred on Brittingham Lane. Investigation revealed that as the victim was traveling on Brittingham Lane, the suspect entered the roadway and collided with the victim. The suspect fled the scene without providing any information. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 10-2-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Rikiya Aeisha Greene, 19, of White Plains, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Greene with theft less than $100.00 and 3 counts of conspiracy to commit theft less than $100.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 9-7-18 at Juniors Wines store, located at 11795 Somerset Avenue. Greene was subsequently released from custody upon being issued her copy of the criminal summons.

• On 10-1-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Hebron Savings Bank parking lot, located at 30499 Mt Vernon Road in reference to a hit and run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that the suspect collided with the victim’s vehicle while the victim was in the bank. The suspect fled the scene prior to the victim discovering the damage. Incident remains under investigation.

September 2018

• On 9-30-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 29970 St. James Way in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect had entered the victim’s residence and removed certain property. The suspect also drove the victim’s truck but returned it prior to police being notified. The suspect was identified and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-30-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Joseph Lowell Lee Bratten, 24, of Laurel, Maryland for disorderly conduct. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop in the Arden’s Run apartment complex where Bratten was observed to be the driver who consequently fled from officers on foot. Bratten was later located by officers and placed under arrest. Bratten was issued a criminal citation for disorderly conduct, a civil citation for possession of marijuana under 10 grams, and several traffic citations. Bratten was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his citations.

• On 9-27-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Heather Marie Parker, 19, of Temperanceville, Virginia with possession of marijuana under 10 grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Parker was found to be the operator of the vehicle. Parker was also found to be in possession of marijuana. Parker was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under 10 grams and a traffic citation for the traffic violation and subsequently released from custody.

• On 9-27-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11825 Beechwood Street in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole money from the victim’s wallet while the victim was on a work site. The suspect was identified and the victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 9-26-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Arden’s Run apartment complex, located at 30630 UMES Boulevard in reference to an armed robbery. Investigation revealed that four suspects entered an apartment that was occupied by four victims. The suspects assaulted the victims and stole various items from the apartment. The victims suffered minor injuries and two of the victims were treated at PRMC for their injuries. The suspects were armed with handguns and they were described as the following: Suspect 1 was described as a black male, approximately 5’9″ tall, approximately 26 years of age, medium goatee, wearing a black hoodie style jacket. Suspect 2 was described as a heavyset black male, approximately 27 years of age, unshaven light facial hair, wearing pants, a black hooded sweatshirt with the hood pulled up. Suspect 3 was described as a black male, approximately 20 years of age, short hair, thin build, approximately 5’6″ tall, dark skin, and wearing a navy-blue fleece sweatshirt. Suspect 4 was only described as a male wearing a mask and a dark hooded sweatshirt. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-25-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11212 Old Princess Anne Road in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole a bicycle that was left outside unsecured on 9-25-18. The bicycle was described as Magna Brand Fugitive women’s mountain bike. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-25-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded 30515 UMES Boulevard in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered an apartment and stole various items during the afternoon hours on 9-25-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-25-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11476 Hayman Drive in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged the victim’s vehicle sometime during the overnight hours of 9-24-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-24-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Bryant Tyrone Anderson, 33, of Salisbury, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear in court. Anderson was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued an unsecure $2,500.00 bond and was subsequently released from custody.

• On 9-23-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Shondell Lamour Bivens Sr., 47, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from a domestic disturbance complaint at 11635 Beechwood Street. Bivens Sr. was charged with assault second degree and malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00. Bivens Sr. was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Bivens Sr. was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 9-23-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11473 Peters Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect was involved in an argument with the victim which, resulted in the suspect damaging a window screen. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 9-22-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 29994 Donnybrook 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 9-20-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Tishauna Monique Dupont, 27, of Fruitland, Maryland with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Dupont was found to be the vehicle operator. Dupont was also found to be driving on a suspended license along with being in possession of marijuana under ten grams. Dupont was issued traffic citations for the driving violations and a civil citation for possession of marijuana under ten grams.

• On 9-20-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft that occurred on Prince William Street. Investigation revealed that the victim had left his bicycle along Prince William Street on 9-20-18 and when the victim returned to the area, the bicycle was missing. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-17-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft from a motor vehicle that occurred at 11777 Beechwood Street. Investigation revealed that the victim had left her vehicle parked unsecured near 11777 Beechwood Street when the suspect(s) stole several items from the vehicle. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-16-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11544 Beckford Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the victim was assaulted by the suspect over a dispute involving a child. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 9-15-18, 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 collision. Investigation revealed that the suspect collided with the victim’s vehicle sometime on 9-15-18 while it was parked in the apartment complex parking lot. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-15-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of Beechwood Street and Antioch Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the victim was involved in an argument with four suspects when the suspect assaulted the victim. The victim sustained minor injuries and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-13-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Juniors Wines, located at 11795 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspects removed merchandise and fled from the store without paying for the merchandise. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-12-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Latrell Jamal Moore, 19, of Salisbury, Maryland with possession of marijuana under 10 grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Moore was found to be a passenger in the vehicle and in possession of marijuana. Moore was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under 10 grams and subsequently released from custody.

• On 9-10-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Marquise Jamiere Demby, 18, of Princess Anne, Maryland with disturbing the peace. The charge stemmed from a disturbance complaint in the area of 11691 Beechwood Street. Demby was observed by officers acting in a disorderly manner and was disturbing the peace of several subjects in the area. Demby was issued a criminal citation for disturbing the peace and subsequently released from custody.

• On 9-10-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Patrick Tonia Corbin, 39, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from a domestic assault complaint at 12260 Anne’s Way. Corbin was charged with assault first degree, two counts of assault second degree, reckless endangerment, two counts of intoxicated endanger, and disorderly conduct. Corbin was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a temporary commitment. Corbin was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 9-9-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Food Lion store parking lot, located at 12154 Brittingham Lane in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument over a repossession of a vehicle which resulted in the victim being assaulted by the suspect. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 9-9-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Donnell Lovette Johnson, 33, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Johnson with malicious destruction of property over $1,000.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 8-19-18 at 11491 Beckford Avenue. Johnson was subsequently released from custody upon being served with his copy of the criminal summons.

• On 9-8-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11691 Beechwood Street 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 9-7-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Princess Anne Mini-Storage, located at 12058 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered a storage unit and stole property out of the unit. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 9-7-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Juniors Wines, located at 11795 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspects entered the store and subsequently left the store without paying for merchandise. The incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-7-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft that occurred in the parking lot of the Food Lion store, located at 12158 Brittingham Lane. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole the victim’s cell phone which was located in an unlocked vehicle that was parked in the Food Lion parking lot. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-6-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Allan Lee Mitchell, 53, of Princess Anne, Maryland due to having two active District Court arrest warrants out of Caroline County. Mitchell was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond on both warrants. Mitchell was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 9-6-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Darron Vertell White, 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged White with assault second degree, malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00, and disorderly conduct in regards to an incident that occurred on 8-29-18 at 30467 Pine Knoll Drive. White was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. White was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 9-5-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Nicholas Tyler Garnett, 18, of Princess Anne, Maryland with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Garnett was found to be in possession of marijuana. Garnett was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under ten grams and subsequently released from the stop.

• On 9-3-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Dollar General store, located at 12175 Somerset Avenue in reference to an armed robbery. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered the store and demanded money from the store clerk. The suspect did display a handgun, but the clerk was not injured during the robbery. The suspect was described as wearing a dark blue/black hooded sweatshirt, dark pants, dark gloves, and a light-colored mask. The suspect was able to flee the store with an undisclosed amount of currency. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 9-3-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Michael Allan Cottingham, 31, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from a domestic assault investigation at 30106 Deanwood Road. Cottingham was charged with two counts of assault second degree and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Cottingham was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 9-3-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served George Henry Wessells, 3rd, of Temperanceville, Virginia, with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant out of Worcester County. Wessells 3rd was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a temporary commitment. Wessells 3rd was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 9-1-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Talon’s Square South apartment complex, located at 30515 UMES Boulevard in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a window to an apartment. Incident remains under investigation.

August 2018

• On 8-31-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Ellwood Henry Morris Jr., 36, no fixed address, with trespassing. The charge was in regards to a trespassing complaint that occurred on 8-26-18 at 30506 Pine Knoll Drive. Morris Jr. was issued a criminal citation for trespassing.

• On 8-31-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Ellwood Henry Morris Jr., 36, no fixed address for violating a protective order. The arrest stemmed from Morris Jr. being on the property of the Public Defender’s Office, located at 11785 Somerset Avenue in violation of a protective order. Morris Jr. was charged with violation of a protective order and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Ellwood Jr. was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 8-31-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Teikera Denise Tenner, 31, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant. The bench warrant was out of Worcester County for failure to appear. Tenner was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Tenner on personal recognizance.

• On 8-30-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11675 Beechwood Street in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole property that the victim left outside her apartment. The suspect was identified and the victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 8-30-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12124 Queens Grant Drive in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspects entered the apartment earlier on 8-30-18 and damaged the apartment. The suspects were identified and the case remains under investigation.

• On 8-30-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12212 Old Princess Anne Road 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 a parking lot during the evening hours of 8-29-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 8-30-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Oluwatayo Omolade Emuleomo, 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant. The bench warrant was out of Anne Arundel County for failure to appear in court. Emuleomo was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Emuleomo on personal recognizance.

• On 8-29-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of malicious destruction of property that occurred at 30467 Pine Knoll Drive. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged the victim’s vehicle following an argument. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 8-29-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 17-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland with malicious destruction of property. The charge stemmed from a disturbance at 12366 Somerset Avenue. The case is being forwarded to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 8-28-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of an assault that occurred at 11638 Beechwood Street. Investigation revealed that the suspect assaulted the victim following an argument. The victim responded to the District Court Commissioners Office and applied for charges against the suspect.

• On 8-25-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of Queens Grant Drive in reference to a large crowd/fight. Investigation revealed that several juveniles were involved in a large altercation. Most of the juveniles were identified and the case remains under investigation pending charges.

• On 8-25-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30422 Oak Street in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered the victim’s apartment on 8-25-18 and stole various items from the apartment. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 8-25-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of 11726 Somerset Avenue in reference to a disorderly subject. Investigation revealed that the suspect was yelling profanities at another person over a past argument. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 8-23-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Royal Farms store, located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to an armed robbery. Investigation revealed that two suspects entered the store and immediately confronted the store clerk. One of the suspects displayed a handgun to the clerk during the robbery. The clerk sustained minor injuries during the robbery and the suspects fled the store with an undisclosed amount of currency and merchandise from the store. The suspects were described as black males wearing dark clothing and masks. One suspect is approximately 5’9” and the other is approximately 5’11”. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 8-21-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30500 Riggin Street in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole various items from the victim while at the victim’s apartment. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 8-19-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11491 Beckford Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged the victim’s vehicle following an argument. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 8-18-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30514 William P. Hytche Boulevard in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument that turned into a physical altercation. Both parties were separated and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 8-17-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Roy Brewer Davison, IV, 30, of Princess Anne, Maryland due to an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Davison IV with armed robbery, 2 counts of conspiracy to commit armed robbery, robbery, and 2 counts of conspiracy to commit robbery. The charges were in regards to an incident that occurred at the Karemore Pharmacy, located at 12085 Somerset Avenue on 8-13-18. Davison IV was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Davison IV was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 8-17-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Keith Deangelo Gattis, 27, of Salisbury, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Gattis with unauthorized removal of property in regards to an incident that occurred on 6-27-18 at 30748 Antioch Avenue. Gattis was subsequently released from custody upon receiving his copy of the criminal summons.

• On 8-16-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Tiffany Nicole Townsend, 35, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear in court. Townsend was seen by a District Court commissioner who released Townsend on personal recognizance.

• On 8-14-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Justin Michael Bull, 22, of Princess Anne, Maryland and Cody Allen King, 22, of Princess Anne, Maryland for armed robbery. The arrest stemmed from an armed robbery investigation that occurred at the Karemore Pharmacy, located at 12085 Somerset Avenue on 8-13-18. Bull and King were charged with armed robbery, robbery, and conspiracy to commit armed robbery. Bull and King were seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Bull and King were subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 8-14-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Somerset County Tourism Center, located at 11440 Ocean Highway in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged the victim’s vehicle while it was parked at the Tourism Center. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 8-13-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Cynthia Yvonne Walker, 37, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Walker with assault second degree in regards to an incident that occurred on 8-9-18 at 11691 Beechwood Street. Walker was subsequently released from custody upon being served with her copy of the criminal summons.

• On 8-13-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 17-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland with assault second degree. The charge stemmed from an assault complaint at 11544 Beckford Avenue. The juvenile was released into the custody of a guardian and the case has been referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 8-12-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Woodland Warren James, 67, of Princess Anne, Maryland with disorderly conduct. The charge stemmed from a disturbance complaint in the area of Beckford Avenue and Washington Street. James was issued a criminal citation and subsequently released from custody.
• On 8-12-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served David Lee Leatherbury, Jr., 44, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Leatherbury Jr. with two counts of assault second degree and two counts of malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 8-1-18 at 12368 Somerset Avenue. Leatherbury Jr. was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $2,500.00 bond. Leatherbury Jr. was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 8-9-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Robert Milton Davis, Jr., 55, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from a disturbance complaint at 30507 Prince William Street. Davis Jr. was charged with two counts of assault second degree and resisting arrest. Davis Jr. was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $150,000.00 bond. Davis Jr. was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 8-9-18, 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 the victim’s vehicle which was parked in the Family Dollar store parking lot. The suspect fled the area and the suspect vehicle was described as a black in color Jeep SUV. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 8-8-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Byron Anthony Williams Jr., 18, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear in court. Williams Jr. was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Williams Jr. on personal recognizance.

• On 8-8-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Kash and Karry store, located at 12020 Somerset Avenue in reference to a disturbance. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in a physical altercation. The parties were separated and referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 8-8-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11825 Beechwood Street in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole the victim’s bicycle which was left secured outside the victim’s apartment during the evening hours of 8-7-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 8-7-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11212 Old Princess Anne Road in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the victim and suspect were involved in a verbal argument that turned into a physical assault. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 8-4-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft that occurred at a produce stand located at 12112 Carol Lane. Investigation revealed that the suspect removed produce and cash from the cash box and left the stand without paying for any produce. The suspect has been identified and charges are pending.

• On 8-2-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Andre Demetris Dennis, 43, of Princess Anne, Maryland with two outstanding District Court bench warrants. The bench warrants were for failure to appear and Dennis was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Dennis was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 8-2-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Andre Demetris Dennis, 43, of Princess Anne, Maryland with trespassing. The charge stemmed from officers responding to the Royal Farms store, located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to Dennis panhandling. Dennis has previously been banned from the property by store management. Dennis was issued a criminal citation for trespassing and subsequently released from custody.

• On 8-1-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Tyrone Boice, 43, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault. The arrest stemmed from an assault complaint at 30472 Pine Knoll Drive. Boice was charged with assault first degree, assault second degree, and reckless endangerment. Boice was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Boice was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 8-1-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Arden’s Run apartment complex, located at 30630 UMES Boulevard in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the victim’s bedroom and stole various items between May of 2018 and July 30, 2018. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 8-1-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30813 Shockley Lane in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged the victim’s vehicle and fled the area. The suspect was identified as a juvenile and charges are pending through the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 8-1-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12368 Somerset Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the suspect assaulted the victim and then fled the residence prior to police arrival. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

July 2018

• On 7-31-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11691 Beechwood Street in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the victim and suspect were involved in an argument that turned into a physical assault. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 7-29-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Royal Farms store, located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two suspects were involved in an argument with the store manager over service when the suspects assaulted the manager. The suspects were identified and the victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 7-27-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Talon’s Square South apartment complex, located at 30515 UMES Boulevard in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole various items from an apartment between the dates of 7-26-18 and 7-27-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-25-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Ebony Viola Jones, 26, of Princess Anne, Maryland with disturbing the peace. The charge stemmed from a noise complaint in the area of 11691 Beechwood Street. Officers observed four subjects in the area yelling. The subjects left the area upon the officer’s request except for Jones who continued to cause a disturbance. Jones was issued a criminal citation for disorderly conduct and was subsequently released from custody.

• On 7-23-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Toi Courtney Joynes, 33, of Salisbury, Maryland for malicious destruction of property. The arrest stemmed from a disturbance complaint at 30530 Pine Knoll Drive. Joynes was charged with malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00, disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, intoxicated endanger, and intoxicated public disturbance. Joynes was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a temporary commitment. Joynes was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 7-23-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Dollar General store located at 12175 Somerset Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspects were throwing rocks at a vehicle that was parked in the Dollar General parking lot. The suspects were located and identified as juveniles. Charges are pending and will be forwarded to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 7-22-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Pizza Hutt, located at 30383 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the suspect/customer assaulted the victim/shift manager by throwing slices of pizza at the victim following a complaint about the food. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 7-22-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Miquel Marquez Suredew Watley, 27, of Pocomoke, Maryland with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Watley was found to be the vehicle operator. Watley was also found to be in possession of marijuana and was subsequently issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under ten grams.

• On 7-22-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Lorenzo Lee Waters, 42, of Fruitland, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant from Wicomico County. Waters was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Waters on personal recognizance.

• On 7-22-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Ivan Lee Conaway, 26, of Princess Anne, Maryland with theft less than $100.00. The charge stemmed from a theft complaint at the Royal Farms store located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road. Conaway was issued a criminal citation for theft less than $100.00 and subsequently released from custody.

• On 7-21-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Jimmy Foreman, 51, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from a domestic assault complaint at 30060 Kristwood Way. Foreman was charged with assault second degree. Foreman was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Foreman on personal recognizance.

• On 7-21-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Paula Rushia Foreman, 53, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from a domestic assault complaint at 30060 Kristwood Way. Foreman was charged with assault second degree and reckless endangerment. Foreman was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Foreman was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 7-20-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30576 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that a package intended for the victim was mistakenly delivered to the suspect who took the package and sold it. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 7-20-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Kris Edward Somers, 24, of Crisfield, Maryland with an outstanding Somerset County Circuit Court arrest warrant. The warrant charged Somers with attempted first-degree murder, attempted second- degree murder, three counts of assault first degree, three counts of assault second degree, three counts of reckless endangerment, three counts of affray, dangerous weapon with intent to injure, disorderly conduct, and disturbing the peace. The charges were in regards to an incident that occurred on 3-10-18 at the Princess Anne Townhouses. Somers was released into the custody of the Circuit Court.

• On 7-20-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Leonard Smith, 53, of Dames Quarter, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Smith with violation of a protective order in regards to an incident that occurred on 7-7-18. Smith was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Smith was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 7-19-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Andre Demetris Dennis, 43, of Princess Anne, Maryland with trespassing. The charge stemmed from a trespassing complaint at the Royal Farms store, located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road. Dennis has been previously banned from the property and he was issued a criminal citation for trespassing. Dennis was subsequently released from custody.

• On 7-17-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Lewis Edward Wilgis, 56, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from an assault complaint at 11825 Beechwood Street. Wilgis was charged with assault second degree and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Wilgis was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 7-15-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11544 Beckford Avenue in reference to a disturbance. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument over a custody agreement. Both parties were separated and referred to the District Court Commissioners Office.

• On 7-13-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Reba Sapphire Goldstein, 50, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an active District Court arrest warrant and a criminal summons. The arrest warrant charged Goldstein with violation of a protective order in regards to an incident that occurred on 7-13-18 near Somerset Avenue and Washington Street. The criminal summons charged Goldstein with harassment in regards to an incident that occurred on 7-13-18. Goldstein was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond on the arrest warrant case. Goldstein was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 7-13-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11691 Beechwood Street in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the victim was assaulted by a subject after a verbal argument. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-13-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the PNC Bank, located at 30389 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to a hit and run motor vehicle collision. Investigation revealed that the suspect collided with the victim’s vehicle during the afternoon hours of 7-13-18 and left the scene without reporting the collision. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-12-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30561 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspects stole two bicycles from the rear patio on 7-12-18. The bicycles were later recovered on 7-15-18 and charges are pending in this case.

• On 7-12-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Victor Paul Vass, 40, no fixed address, Princess Anne, Maryland with trespassing. The charge stemmed from Vass being observed on the property of Chesapeake Health Care, located at 12165 Elm Street after being previously banned from the property. Vass was issued a criminal citation for trespassing and subsequently released from custody.

• On 7-12-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Amy Jean Uff, 48, of Westover, Maryland for driving under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Uff was found to be the vehicle operator. Uff was charged with fail to stop at steady circular signal, fail to stop at stop sign line, fail to obey a traffic control device, fail to display license, driving on highway without required license, driving on suspended license and privilege, reckless driving, negligent driving, driving while impaired by alcohol, and driving while under the influence of alcohol. Uff was subsequently released from custody after being issued her citations.

• On 7-11-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Department of Social Services, located at 30397 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspects damaged the roof on 7-9-18. The suspects were identified and charges are pending.

• On 7-11-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to McDonald’s, located at 12112 Brittingham Lane in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were in the parking lot area and were involved in a verbal argument that turned into a physical altercation. Both subjects were separated and referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 7-9-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Eric Richard Trader, 60, of Salisbury, Maryland with trespassing. The charge stemmed from Trader being located on the property of 12260 Anne’s Way after being officially banned from the property. Trader was issued a criminal citation for trespassing and subsequently released from custody.

• On 7-9-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11631 Foxwell Lane in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged the victim’s vehicles during the early morning hours of 7-9-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-8-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11508 Beckford Avenue in reference to a theft of a motor vehicle. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) removed a motorcycle from the rear yard between the dates of 7-3-18 and 7-8-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-8-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of an assault that occurred in the area of 30557 Hampden Avenue. Investigation revealed that the victim was assaulted by the suspect while walking along Hampden Avenue. The suspect was identified and the victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 7-7-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30627 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) had broken into the residence and the victim’s property. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-6-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Talons Square South apartment complex, located at 30515 UMES Boulevard in reference to trespassing. Investigation revealed that a subject was attempting to contact a resident. The subject was advised not to come back to the property and the resident was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office.

• On 7-5-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Delbert Lee Bivens, Jr., 22, of Princess Anne, Maryland with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Bivens Jr. was found to be the vehicle operator. Further investigation during the stop revealed that Bivens Jr. was in possession of marijuana. Bivens Jr. was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under ten grams and subsequently released from custody.

• On 7-4-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the parking lot area of Peacock’s Restaurant, located at 30361 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to a robbery. Investigation revealed that the suspect approached an employee at the Fireworks tent that was located on the property of Peacock’s Restaurant and demanded money from the cash register. The suspect was displaying what appeared to be a handgun and was described as a dark skinned black male, approximately 25 years of age, approximately 5’10” to 6’ tall, wearing a white t-shirt, jeans, and a black and white bandanna style mask. The suspect was able to leave with an undisclosed amount of currency and the victim was not injured during the incident. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-3-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Teresa E. Thomas, 57, of Crisfield, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear in court. Thomas was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Thomas on personal recognizance.

• On 7-3-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Byron Anthony Williams, Jr., 18, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Williams Jr. with malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00 and disorderly conduct in regards to an incident that occurred at 11635 Beechwood Street on 6-25-18. Williams Jr. was subsequently released from custody upon being served with his copy of the criminal summons.

• On 7-2-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11600 Beckford Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a door to the residence. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 7-1-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. The incident occurred on 6-27-18 at 30748 Antioch Avenue. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

June 2018

• On 6-30-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Dionte Lavar Cottman, 27, of Princess Anne, Maryland with disorderly conduct. The charge stemmed from a large crowd/fight in progress complaint in the area of 12122 Queens Grant Drive. Cottman was issued a criminal citation for disorderly conduct and subsequently released from custody.

• On 6-30-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Victor Paul Vass, 40, of no fixed address, Princess Anne, Maryland with two outstanding District Court bench warrants for failure to appear in court. Vass was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a temporary commitment. Vass was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 6-30-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Leonard Smith, 53, of Dames Quarter, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Smith with six counts of violation of a protective order between February and June of 2018. Smith was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $5,000.00 bond. Smith was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 6-28-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Marvin Russell Knox, 60, of Salisbury, Maryland for driving under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Know was found to be the vehicle operator. Knox was charged with failure to equip vehicle with required stop lamp, driving vehicle on highway without required license, driving on a suspended out of state license, negligent driving, driving while impaired by alcohol, and driving while under the influence of alcohol. Knox was subsequently released from custody after being issued his traffic citations.

• On 6-28-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Courtney Danielle Fisher, 28, of New Church, Virginia for driving under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Fisher was found to be the vehicle operator. Fisher was charged with speeding, driver changing lanes when unsafe, fail to drive on right half of roadway when required, driver using hands to use handheld telephone while vehicle is in motion, driver consuming alcoholic beverage in passenger area of vehicle, fail to display registration card, fail to display license, possessing suspended license, driving vehicle on highway without required license, driving on suspended out of state license, reckless driving, negligent driving, driving while impaired by alcohol, driving while under the influence of alcohol, and driving while under the influence of alcohol per se. Fisher was subsequently released from custody upon being issued her traffic citations.

• On 6-27-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Gregory Adam Dixon, 27, of Princess Anne, Maryland for burglary. The arrest stemmed from Dixon being located inside the residence of 12076 Somerset Avenue without the owner’s permission. Dixon was charged with burglary fourth degree and trespassing. Dixon was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $1,000.00 bond. Dixon was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 6-27-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11675 Beechwood Street in reference to a disturbance. Investigation revealed that the suspect was on the property attempting to contact the victim prior to police being called. The suspect did flee the area due to having a protective order issued against him. Charges are pending against the suspect.

• On 6-26-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Princess Anne Townhouses located on Pine Knoll Drive in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspects damaged two sliding glass doors. The suspects were described as juveniles between the ages of ten and twelve. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-26-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Mid Pine Estates, located at 30500 Riggin Street in reference to a hit and run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that the suspect collided with the victim’s vehicle sometime between 6-25-18 and 6-26-18 while it was parked in the parking lot and subsequently left the scene without providing any information. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-25-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of malicious destruction of property that occurred in the area of 11635 Beechwood Street. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged the victim’s vehicle while the victim was attempting to pass a group of juveniles that were playing basketball in the street. The suspect was identified and the victim has been referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 6-25-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a missing juvenile. Investigation revealed that on 6-20-18, a 16-year-old juvenile walked out of juvenile court located on Somerset Avenue and cut an ankle monitoring bracelet. The juvenile is believed to be in the Salisbury area and is currently wanted by the Somerset County Sheriff’s Office.

• On 6-23-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30777 Division Street in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect was staying with the victim and stole various items from the victim. The suspect was identified and the victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 6-22-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Naquan Rommel Jones, 24, of Salisbury, Maryland for theft. The arrest stemmed from a theft complaint at 11675 Beechwood Street. Jones was charged with theft $100.00 to $1,500.00. Jones was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Jones on personal recognizance.

• On 6-22-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30432 Oak Street in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole various items from the victim’s vehicle on 6-22-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-22-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30551 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged the victim’s vehicle sometime during the overnight hours of 6-21-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-20-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 16-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland with malicious destruction of property and disobeying a lawful order. The charges stemmed from a complaint where the juvenile damaged a vehicle window. The juvenile was located in the area of Hampden Avenue and after a brief foot chase the juvenile was taken into custody. The juvenile was turned over to the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office due to the juvenile having an active warrant through the Wicomico County juvenile court system. Charges have been forwarded to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 6-20-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the GrillTime BBQ stand located at 12146 Somerset Avenue in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the storage shed and stole several items during the evening hours of 6-19-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-19-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Family Dollar store located at 30371 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to counterfeit currency. Investigation revealed that the suspect attempted to pay for store merchandise with a counterfeit $20.00 bill. The suspect was confronted by a store employee and the suspect subsequently paid for the merchandise with a credit card but was allowed to leave the store prior to police being notified. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-19-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a hit and run motor vehicle crash that occurred at the Somerset Commons apartment complex parking lot. Investigation revealed that the suspect collided with the victim’s vehicle sometime during the evening hours of 6-18-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-18-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Marcus Mitchell Davis, 32, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Davis was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Davis on personal recognizance.

• On 6-17-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Victor Paul Vass, 40, no fixed address with trespassing. The charge stemmed from a complaint at the Washington Inn and Tavern, located at 11784 Somerset Avenue where Vass had previously been banned. Vass was charged with trespassing and failure to obey a lawful order. Vass was subsequently released from custody after being issued his criminal citations.

• On 6-16-18, 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 concealed merchandise from the store and subsequently left the store without paying for the merchandise. The suspect was described as a black male wearing a dark hat and a yellow shirt. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-15-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Mcdonald’s restaurant, located at 12112 Brittingham Lane in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that property was stolen from an employee’s bookbag while the employee was working a shift on 6-15-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-14-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 12-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland with assault second degree. The charge stemmed from an assault complaint that occurred at the Princess Anne Townhouses, located at 30530 Pine Knoll Drive. The juvenile was released into the custody of a guardian and the case has been referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 6-14-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Shelly Renae Haines, 42, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Haines with assault second degree and violation of a protective order. Haines was released from custody upon being served with her copy of the criminal summons.

• On 6-12-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Stacy L. Oneal, 52, of Pocomoke City, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Oneal with theft less than $100.00 in regards to an incident that occurred at the Family Dollar store located at 30408 Mt. Vernon Road on 5-17-18. Oneal was released from custody upon being served with her copy of the criminal summons.

• On 6-10-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Linette Gunther, 54, 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. Gunther was issued a criminal citation for theft less than $100.00 and subsequently released from custody.

• On 6-10-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of theft that occurred at an apartment in the Arden’s Run apartment complex, located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole property from the victim on 6-3-18 and has failed to return the property. Charges are pending in the case.

• On 6-10-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Tessa Bulles, 35, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons for assault second degree in regards to an incident that occurred on 5-19-18. Bulles was issued her copy of the criminal summons and subsequently released.

• On 6-10-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Byron Anthony Williams, Jr., 18, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Williams Jr. with assault second degree and malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 5-30-18 at 30599 Antioch Avenue. Williams Jr. was issued his copy of the criminal summons and subsequently released.

• On 6-10-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11675 Beechwood Street in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the suspect assaulted the victim during an argument. Charges are pending against the suspect.

• On 6-9-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11691 Beechwood Street in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects got into a physical altercation following an argument. Both parties were referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 6-8-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served David Dwayne Jones, 61, of Salisbury, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Jones was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Jones on personal recognizance.

• On 6-5-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Troy Booker Nixon, 50, of Princess Anne, Maryland for theft and driving under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from Officers locating Nixon after he was identified as a suspect of a theft complaint at the Food Lion store, located at 12158 Brittingham Lane. Nixon was observed operating a bicycle when located by officers. Nixon attempted to flee from officers but was later able to be taken into custody. Nixon was charged with failure of driver to drive to curb upon signal by police vehicle, attempt by driver to elude uniformed police by failing to stop, negligent driving, driving vehicle while impaired by alcohol, driving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, and other minor traffic charges. Nixon was subsequently released from custody after being issued a criminal citation for theft along with the traffic citations.

• On 6-5-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a hit and run motor vehicle collision. Investigation revealed that while the victim was shopping inside the Food Lion store, located at 12158 Brittingham Lane, the suspect collided with the victim’s parked vehicle. The suspect left the scene without providing any information. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-4-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30484 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged property outside the victim’s apartment. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-2-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Troy Booker Nixon, 50, of Princess Anne, Maryland with unlawful taking of a motor vehicle. The arrest stemmed from a theft of a motor vehicle complaint at 30526 Pink Knoll Drive. Nixon was charged with unlawful taking of a motor vehicle and unauthorized removal of property. Nixon was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Nixon on $10,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 6-2-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Victor Paul Vass, 40, of no fixed address with trespassing. The charge stemmed from Vass being on the property of the Royal Farms store, located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road after being previously banned from the property. Vass was issued a criminal citation for trespassing and subsequently released from custody.

• On 6-2-18, 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 a store employee observed the suspect conceal merchandise from the store and leave without paying for the merchandise. The suspect was identified after reviewing the video and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 6-1-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of theft of candidate election signs. Investigation revealed that between the dates of 5-25-18 and 6-1-18, the suspect(s) have stolen approximately 12 candidate election signs along Somerset Avenue. Incident remains under investigation.

May 2018

• On 5-31-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Jamarr Tyrone Savage, 28, of Salisbury, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Savage with assault 2nd degree and two counts of reckless endangerment in regards to an incident that occurred on 5-20-18 at 12364 Somerset Avenue. Savage was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Savage on an unsecure $20,000.00 bond.

• On 5-30-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of 30599 Antioch Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the victim and suspect were involved in an argument when the suspect assaulted the victim at 30599 Antioch Avenue. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 5-29-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the District Court building located at 12155 Elm Street in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole an unattended bag from the victim at the bus stop near the District Court building. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-28-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Frank Lee Spence, 55, of Princess Anne, Maryland with driving under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Spence was found to be the operator. Spence was charged with use of bicycle on highway without functioning front light, negligent driving, driving while impaired by alcohol, and driving under the influence of alcohol. Spence was subsequently released from custody after being issued his citations.

• On 5-27-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12090 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole a cooking pan from the victim’s apartment sometime between the dates of 5-21-18 and 5-27-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-27-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30442 Oak Street 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 5-27-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of an assault that occurred in Princess Anne. Preliminary investigation revealed that the victim was stabbed during a fight; however, the location of the fight has not been confirmed. The victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-26-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Troy Booker Nixon, 50, of Princess Anne, Maryland for driving while under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Nixon was found to be the operator. Nixon was charged with negligent driving, use of bicycle on highway without functional front light, using bicycle without audible signal device, willfully disobeying lawful order of a police officer, two counts of attempting to elude police, throwing any refuse on highway, fail to drive on right half of roadway when required, driving under the influence of alcohol, and driving while impaired by alcohol. Nixon was subsequently released from custody after being issued his citations.

• On 5-25-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of 11622 Beckford Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a fence by painting graffiti on it. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-24-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Kerl Fonyuy Oben, 23, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Oben with theft between $100.00 to $1,500.00 in regards to an incident that occurred in October of 2017.

• On 5-24-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Princess Anne Townhouses located on Pine Knoll Drive in reference to a fight. Investigation revealed that five subjects were involved in a fight. Two of the subjects have been identified and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-23-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Melvin Weldon Carl Hitch, 36, of Princess Anne, Maryland for violation of a protective order. The arrest stemmed from a complaint at 12368 Somerset Avenue where Hitch was located and found to be in violation of a protective order. Hitch was charged with trespassing, fail to obey a reasonable and lawful order, and violating a protective order. Hitch was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Hitch was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 5-22-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Woodland Warren James, 67, of Princess Anne, Maryland with driving under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where James was found to be the operator. James was charged with driver failure to obey properly placed traffic control device, fail to driver on right half of roadway when required, negligent driving, driving under the influence of alcohol, and driving while impaired by alcohol. James was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his citations.

• On 5-22-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Quanteir Dianne Wheeler Braxton, 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Braxton with threat of arson, malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00, and disorderly conduct in regards to an incident that occurred on 3-30-18 at 30834 Hampden Avenue. Braxton was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $5,000.00 unsecure bond and was subsequently released from custody.

• On 5-21-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30804 Antioch Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument which led to a physical assault. Both parties were referred to the District Court Commissioners Office.

• On 5-21-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Shalicia Ann Hall, 33, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Hall was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $25,000.00 bond and was subsequently released from custody.
• On 5-20-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12364 Somerset Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the suspect assaulted the victim and left the area prior to police arrival. The suspect was known to the victim and charges are pending.

• On 5-17-18, 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 concealed store merchandise in a backpack and left the store without paying for the merchandise. The suspect was confronted by store employees in the parking lot; however, the suspect was able to flee the area prior to police arrival. The suspect was described as a white female who drove away in a red pickup style truck displaying the following characters on the registration plate “DK0986”, unknow state. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-17-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Victor Paul Vass, 40, of Princess Anne, Maryland with malicious destruction of property. The charge stemmed from a disorderly subject complaint at the Lower Shore Immediate Care Center, located at 12302 Somerset Avenue. Vass was charged with malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00 and disturbing the peace. Vass was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his criminal citations.

• On 5-15-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Linette Gunther, 54, of Princess Anne, Maryland with theft under $100.00. The charge stemmed from a shoplifting complaint at the Family Dollar Store, located at 30408 Mt. Vernon Road. Gunther was also charged with a second charge of theft under $100.00 as she was identified as the suspect from a previous theft complaint at the Family Dollar store on 5-15-18. Gunther was issued criminal citations for theft under $100.00 and subsequently released from custody.

• On 5-15-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Family Dollar store located 30408 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect concealed merchandise on his person and left the store without paying for the merchandise. The suspect was described as a black male and was last seen fleeing on a bicycle in the direction of Queens Grant Drive. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-14-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Robin Jeanne Lewis, 63, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Lewis with assault second degree in regards to an incident that occurred on 5-6-18 at 30049 Mt. Vernon Road. Lewis was subsequently released from custody upon being served with her copy of the criminal summons.

• On 5-12-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Thomas Lee Roberts, 53, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Roberts with assault second degree and theft less than $100.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 4-25-18 at Becky’s Store, which is located at 11404 Beckford Avenue. Roberts was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Roberts on $5,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 5-12-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Victor Paul Vass, 40, of Princess Anne, Maryland with trespassing. The charge stemmed from officers responding to a complaint of Vass being on the property of the Somerset County Office Complex, located at 11916 Somerset Avenue after being previously barred from the property. Vass was issued a criminal citation for trespassing and was subsequently released from custody.

• On 5-10-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of malicious destruction of property that occurred at 30813 Shockley Lane. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged a window to the victim’s vehicle following an argument. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 5-10-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested a 12-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, MD with malicious destruction of property. The arrest stemmed from a domestic disturbance complaint at 30530 Pine Knoll Drive where the juvenile was damaging property and attempting to assault a parent. The juvenile was charged with assault second degree and malicious destruction of property. The juvenile was released back into the custody of a guardian and the case is being referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 5-8-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30561 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged the victim’s vehicle on 5-8-18 while the vehicle was parked at the victim’s apartment. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-8-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30671 Imaginary Lane in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed the suspect(s) entered the residence on 5-8-18 and ransacked the residence. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-8-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30446 Pine Street in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that between the dates of 4-26-18 and 5-8-18, the suspect(s) entered the residence and stole property. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-7-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11575 Progress Lane in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that between the dates of 5-5-18 and 5-7-18, the suspect(s) stole a trampoline that was located on the property. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-4-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11622 Dennis Drive in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) removed the registration plates from the victim’s vehicle on 5-3-18 while it was parked at the victim’s residence. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-3-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Tony Darrell Smith, Jr., 28, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Smith Jr. was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Smith Jr. on personal recognizance.

• On 5-2-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Marcus M. Davis-Harmon, 31, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Davis-Harmon was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Davis-Harmon on personal recognizance.

• On 5-2-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of Beckford Avenue and Washington Street in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) had damaged a wooden fence that runs along Beckford Avenue with spray paint. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 5-1-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Jessica Marie Howe, 33, of Crisfield, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Howe was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Howe on personal recognizance.

April 2018

• On 4-7-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Deborah Jane Forbes, 56, of Princess Anne, Maryland with trespassing. The charge stemmed from a complaint where Forbes was observed on the property of 12260 Anne’s Way after being previously banned from the property. Forbes was issued a criminal citation for trespassing and was subsequently released from custody.

• On 4-5-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Treyquana Quanice Nelson, 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Nelson with assault second degree and reckless endangerment in regards to an incident that occurred on 2-23-18 at the Talons Square South apartment complex located at 30515 UMES Boulevard. Nelson was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Nelson on personal recognizance.

• On 4-5-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Shareena Shonta Ballard, 39, of Princess Anne, Maryland for driving while impaired by alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a complaint at the McDonald’s drive-thru, located at 12112 Brittingham Lane. Ballard was found to be the operator of the vehicle that employees made the complaint against and Ballard was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol, negligent driving, driving on a suspended license and privilege, fail to secure child under the age of 8 in a child safety seat, fail to display license upon demand, driving without required license, and fail to notify MVA of address change within 30 days. Ballard was subsequently released from custody after being issued her citations.

• On 4-3-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a hit and run motor vehicle crash that occurred near 30546 Prince William Street. Investigation revealed that sometime during the evening hours of 4-2-18 into 4-3-18, the suspect collided into the victim’s vehicle which was parked on Prince William Street. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 4-1-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11532 Beckford Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged the victim’s vehicle during the early morning hours of 4-1-18. A suspect was identified and the incident remains under investigation.

March 2018

• On 3-17-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Gregory Alexander Newman, 29, of Princess Anne, Maryland for an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Newman with assault 1st degree, assault 2nd degree, reckless endangerment, and dangerous weapon/intent to injure in reference to an incident that occurred on 11-21-17 at the Somerset County Department of Social Services, located at 30397 Mt. Vernon Road. Newman was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Newman was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 3-16-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Edward Louis Miles, 27, of Princess Anne, Maryland for possession of marijuana over 10 grams. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Miles was found to be the driver and to be in possession of marijuana. Miles was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance-marijuana over 10 grams, possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute, and possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia. Miles was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $10,000.00 unsecure bond. Miles was subsequently released from custody.

• On 3-15-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft that occurred at 12368 Somerset Avenue. Investigation revealed that between the dates of 3-13-18 and
3-14-18, the suspects stole money from the victim while visiting the victim. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 3-14-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Dionte Lavar Cottman, 27, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Cottman with attempted arson 1st degree, attempted arson 2nd degree, two counts of assault 2nd degree, reckless endangerment, malicious destruction of property over $1,000.00, and malicious burning 2nd degree in reference to an incident that occurred on 3-4-18 at 12122 Queens Grant Drive. Cottman was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Cottman was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 3-13-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Vernique Antoinette Reaves, 20, of Princess Anne, Maryland in reference to two outstanding District Court bench warrants. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Reaves was found to be the vehicle driver along with being wanted for two District Court bench warrants for failure to appear in court. Reaves was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Reaves on personal recognizance.

• On 3-13-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11731 Beechwood Street in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that an argument turned into a physical assault between two subjects. Both parties were referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 3-12-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Pizza Hutt, located at 30383 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to counterfeit currency. Investigation revealed that the suspect paid for a pizza delivery with three counterfeit twenty dollar bills. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-11-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft from a motor vehicle that occurred on Washington Street. Investigation revealed that as the victim was unloading property from her vehicle and taking it into the St. Andrew’s Parish house, the suspect(s) stole the victim’s purse out of the victim’s vehicle. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-10-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Kris Edward Somers, 23, of Crisfield, Maryland for attempted first degree murder. The arrest stemmed from when officers responded to the Princess Anne Townhouses located on Pine Knoll Drive for a multiple stabbing. Investigation revealed that Somers was involved in an altercation with three other subjects when Somers assaulted them with a knife. All three victims were transported to PRMC where one victim was released, the second victim was admitted with non-life threating injuries, and the third victim was admitted and listed in stable condition. Somers was charged with three counts of attempted first degree murder, three counts of second degree murder, three counts of first degree assault, three counts of second degree assault, three counts of reckless endangerment, disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and dangerous weapon-intent to injure. Somers was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Somers was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 3-10-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Justin Michael Quinones, 26, of Fruitland, Maryland for attempted first degree murder. The arrest stemmed from a domestic disturbance on 3-9-18 on Antioch Avenue Extended, where Quinones fired several rounds from a firearm at the victim. The victim was not hit by any of the rounds; however, Quinones fled the area prior to police arrival. Quinones was later located on 3-10-18 in Fruitland, Maryland and was subsequently taken into custody. Quinones was charged with attempted first degree murder, attempted second degree murder, assault first degree, assault second degree, reckless endangerment, dangerous weapon-intent to injure, burglary 4th degree, home invasion, malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00, disorderly conduct, illegal possession of regulated firearm, and two counts of disturbing the peace. Quinones was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Quinones was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 3-8-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of malicious destruction of property that occurred at the Talon’s North apartment complex located at 30511 Hickory Road. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged the victim’s vehicle while it was parked at the apartment complex during the evening hours of 3-7-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-7-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft from a motor vehicle that occurred on 3-5-18 at the Mid-Pine Estates located on Riggin Street. Investigation revealed that the suspect was observed on camera footage going into the victim’s vehicle on 3-5-18 and stealing money from the vehicle. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 3-5-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Paytra Darnay Mills, 25, of Fruitland, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Mills with malicious destruction of property under $1,000.00, disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace-hinder passage, disturbing the peace, and affray in regards to an incident that occurred on 12-24-17 at the Royal Farms store located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road. Mills was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $3,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 3-5-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft from a motor vehicle that occurred during the overnight hours on 3-4-18. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) went into the victim’s vehicle and stole property from inside the vehicle while it was parked at the Talon’s Square South apartment complex located off of UMES Boulevard. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-4-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Roshae Queshawn Ball, 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland in reference to an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Ball with assault 2nd degree, reckless endangerment, disturbing the peace, and affray in regards to an incident that occurred on 2-23-18 at the Talon’s Square South apartment complex located at 30515 UMES Boulevard. Ball was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Ball was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 3-4-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested I’rie Dasia Clark, 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland in reference to an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Clark with assault 2nd degree, reckless endangerment, disturbing the peace, and affray in regards to an incident that occurred on 2-23-18 at the Talon’s Square South apartment complex located at 30515 UMES Boulevard. Clark was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Clark was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 3-4-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Tyrah Elaine Freeman, 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland in reference to an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Freeman with assault 2nd degree, reckless endangerment, disturbing the peace, affray, mace/chemical device-intent to injure, and dangerous weapon with intent to injure in regards to an incident that occurred on 2-23-18 at the Talon’s Square South apartment complex located at 30515 UMES Boulevard. Freeman was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Freeman was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 3-4-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12166 Queens Grant Drive 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 3-4-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12122 Queens Grant Drive in reference to a domestic disturbance. Investigation revealed that the suspect assaulted the victim because of an argument. Charges have been filed against the suspect and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-4-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Arden’s Run apartment complex in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered an apartment during 3-4-18 and stole property. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 3-3-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Devonta Lee Johnson, 20, of Fruitland, Maryland for possession of a handgun on his person. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Johnson was found to be a passenger in the stopped vehicle. Johnson was charged with handgun on person, handgun in vehicle, and minor in possession of a firearm. Johnson was also issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under 10 grams and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Johnson was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 3-1-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Davaughn Jamar Collins, 22, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear in court. Collins was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Collins on personal recognizance.

February 2018

• On 2-28-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Christine Ann Garner, 42, of Princess Anne, Maryland due to an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Garner with armed robbery, robbery, assault 1st degree, assault 2nd degree, theft less than $100.00, and reckless endangerment in reference to an incident that occurred on 12-15-17 in the area of Somerset Avenue and South Street. Garner was also served with an outstanding District Court criminal summons that charged her with possession/issue forged currency in regards to an incident that occurred on 1-27-18 at Becky’s store, located at 11404 Beckford Avenue. Garner was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Garner was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 2-27-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11825 Beechwood Street in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) removed a light off of the victim’s bicycle that was secured in the building’s stairwell area. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-26-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a hit and run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that sometime between the dates of 2-23-18 and 2-24-18, the suspect collided with the victim’s vehicle while it was parked in the Arden’s Run apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-25-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Family Dollar store parking lot, located at 30408 Mt. Vernon Road 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 and left the scene without reporting the collision. Witnesses described the suspect vehicle as a white in color pickup style vehicle. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-24-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Kenneth Shell, 34, of Abingdon, Maryland for driving while under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from officers investigating a vehicle collision in the area of Somerset Avenue near UMES Boulevard, where Shell was found to be the operator of a vehicle. Shell was charged with fail to obey traffic control device, fail to drive on right half of roadway, driving off roadway while passing vehicle, driving on left side of roadway in posted no passing zone, fail to drive on right hand roadway of divided highway, fail to control speed to avoid collision, driving vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, and driving vehicle while impaired by alcohol. Shell was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his citations.

• On 2-24-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Marc Christian Williams, 27, of Catonsville, Maryland for driving while under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Williams was found to be the vehicle operator. Williams was charged with driver fail to obey traffic control device, driver fail to stop at stop sign line, driver fail to give turn signal, negligent driving, reckless driving, driving vehicle while impaired by alcohol, driving vehicle while under influence of alcohol, and driving vehicle while under influence of alcohol per-se. Williams was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his citations.

• On 2-23-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Maurice Fitzgerald Chuang, 19, of Brandywine, Maryland with possession of marijuana under 10 grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Chuang was found to be the vehicle operator and in possession of marijuana. Chuang was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under 10 grams.

• On 2-23-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Shakur Almere Akins, 20, of Lincoln, Delaware with possession of marijuana under 10 grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Akins was found to be the vehicle operator and in possession of marijuana. Akins was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under 10 grams.

• On 2-22-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12260 Anne’s Way in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that as an employee with an electric company was taking to a resident about a utility bill, the resident assaulted the employee. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 2-22-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested William James Forbes III, 21, of Princess Anne, Maryland for burglary. The arrest stemmed from a burglary investigation at 30413 Spruce Street. Forbes III was charged with burglary 1st degree, burglary 3rd degree, burglary 4th degree, malicious destruction of property under $1,000.00, and theft $100.00 to $1,500.00. Forbes III was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $30,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 2-22-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Jessica Paige Clatterbuck, 20, of Elkridge, Maryland with possession of marijuana under 10 grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Clatterbuck was found to be a passenger in the vehicle and in possession of marijuana. Clatterbuck was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under 10 grams.

• On 2-21-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Shynietta Courtney McClendon, 28, of Princess Anne, Maryland in reference to an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged McClendon with theft less than $100.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 6-19-17 at the Royal Farms store located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road. McClendon was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $5,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 2-21-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Makayla Dashyra Tilghman, 18, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Tilghman with assault 2nd degree and affray in regards to an incident that occurred on 2-2-18 at 30510 Pine Knoll Drive. Tilghman was subsequently released upon signing for the criminal summons.

• On 2-20-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30650 Hampden Avenue in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument over property when a physical altercation occurred. Both parties were referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 2-17-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11638 Beechwood Street in reference to a domestic disturbance. Investigation revealed that the parties were involved in an argument that turned into a physical altercation. Both parties were referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 2-16-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Joey Morris Hutt, 34, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault first degree. The arrest stemmed from a domestic disturbance complaint where officers discovered Hutt assaulted the victim along with threatening her with a knife. Hutt was charged with assault first degree, assault second degree, and three counts of reckless endangerment. Hutt was seen by a District Court Commissioner who held Hutt on no bond. Hutt was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 2-16-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Adam Leon McCaskill, 45, of Salisbury, Maryland with two outstanding District Court bench warrants. One bench warrant was out of Somerset County for failure to appear in a traffic case and the second was out of Wicomico County for failure to follow conditions of probation. McCaskill was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $1,000.00 bond. McCaskill was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 2-16-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30502 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to malicious destruction of property. An investigation revealed that the suspect damaged the door to the victim’s apartment after a verbal argument. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 2-12-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Akia Genetaya Woolford, 31, of Princess Anne, Maryland with theft under $100.00. The charge stemmed from a theft complaint at the Food Lion store located at 12158 Brittingham Lane. Woolford was issued a criminal citation for theft less than $100.00 and was subsequently released from custody.

• On 2-12-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of 11793 Beechwood Street in reference to a hit-and-run motor vehicle collision. The investigation revealed that as a vehicle was backing out of a driveway, it collided with a parked vehicle. The at-fault driver fled the scene without providing any information to the victim. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-9-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Jessie Earl Reddick, 57, of Parksley, Virginia with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Reddick was found to be the vehicle operator. Riddick was also found to be in possession of marijuana under ten grams. Reddick was subsequently released from the scene upon being issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under ten grams.

• On 2-9-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Adrion Robert Parks, 23, of Princess Anne, Maryland with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Parks was found to be the vehicle operator. Parks was also found to be in possession of marijuana under ten grams. Parks was subsequently released from the scene upon being issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under ten grams and traffic citations.

• On 2-8-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Calvin Romax Forte, Jr., 20, of Clarksburg, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Forte Jr. with burglar 1st degree, burglary 3rd degree, burglary 4th degree-dwelling, burglary 4th degree-theft, theft $100.00 to under $1,500.00. The charges stemmed from a burglary investigation that was initiated on 1-22-18 at the Arden’s Run apartment complex, located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Forte Jr. was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $20,000.00 bond. Forte Jr. was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 2-7-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11832 Beechwood Street in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole a package that had been delivered to the victim sometime during the daytime hours of 2-7-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-6-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30546 Prince William Street in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered the victim’s apartment sometime between the middle of December 2017 and 2-6-18 and damaged the apartment. A suspect was identified and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-6-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Patricia Ann White, 51, of Snow Hill, Maryland with theft less than $100.00. The charge stemmed from a theft investigation that occurred at the Chesapeake Healthcare Office, located at 12145 Elm Street. White was subsequently released from custody after being issued a criminal citation for theft under $100.00.

• On 2-6-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Talon’s Square South apartment complex, located at 30515 UMES Boulevard in reference to a malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged the victim’s vehicle following an argument a physical altercation. Both parties were referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 2-5-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12240 Anne’s Way in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged washer machines in the apartment complex laundromat room. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-2-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Pine Knoll Drive area in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in an argument when a physical altercation occurred. The incident remains under investigation as charges are pending.

• On 2-2-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Princess Anne Post Office, located at 11690 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) stole gasoline from the victim’s vehicle while it was parked at the Post Office on 2-2-18. Incident remains under investigation.

January 2018

• On 1-31-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Lamar Eric Sturgis, 30, of Salisbury, Maryland for robbery. The arrest stemmed from a domestic disturbance complaint at 30540 Pine Knoll Drive where Sturgis assaulted the victim and subsequently stole the victim’s vehicle. Sturgis was later located and taken into custody. Sturgis was charged with robbery, assault second degree, reckless endangerment, theft $100.00 to $1,500.00, unauthorized removal of property, theft of motor vehicle, and illegal possession of a regulated firearm. Sturgis was seen by a District Court Commissioner who held Sturgis without bond. Sturgis was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 1-31-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Princess Anne Post Office, located at 11690 Somerset Avenue in reference to tampering with a motor vehicle. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) tampered with two vehicles that were parked at the Post Office on 1-30-18 in an attempt to steal gasoline. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-30-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested a 16-year-old juvenile for assault and threat of arson. The arrest stemmed from a domestic disturbance complaint at 30016 Donnybrook Lane. The juvenile was charged with 3 counts of assault 2nd degree and threat of arson. The juvenile was released into the custody of the Department of Juvenile Services at the Lower Shore Children’s Center.

• On 1-27-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11691 Beechwood Street in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that two subjects were involved in a verbal argument when a physical confrontation occurred. Both parties were separated and referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 1-27-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Becky’s Store, located at 11404 Beckford Avenue in reference to counterfeit currency. Investigation revealed that the suspect attempted to pass a counterfeit twenty-dollar bill. The suspect was identified and the case remains under investigation.

• On 1-24-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12010 Somerset Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged the victim’s vehicle after a dispute. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 1-22-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Amy Jean Uff, 47, of Westover, Maryland for driving while under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Uff was found to be the operator. Uff was charged with exceeding the maximum posted speed limit, fail to display license on demand, driving on highway without required license, driving on highway on suspended license and privilege, fail to drive to curb upon signal by police vehicle, driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol, and negligent driving. Uff was subsequently released from custody upon being issued her citations.

• On 1-22-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a burglary that occurred at the Arden’s Run Apartment complex located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the victim’s apartment sometime between the dates of 1-12-18 and 1-21-18 and stole property. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-19-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a motor vehicle hit and run collision. While on patrol, an officer observed a vehicle abandoned on Route 13 near Mt. Vernon road. The vehicle had damage from colliding with a guard rail. Officers were unable to locate anyone with the vehicle. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-19-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of an assault that occurred at 30000 Kristwood Way. 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 1-18-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Ceasars Pizza Palace, located at 12302 Somerset Avenue in reference to a motor vehicle hit and run collision. Investigation revealed that the suspect collided with the victim’s vehicle while it was parked in the parking lot during the evening hours of 1-18-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-15-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Somerset Commons apartment complex located at 12040 Somerset Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that after two subjects were involved in an argument, the suspect damaged property at the victim’s apartment. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-10-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Glenn Tynelle Sanders Jr., 26, of Princess Anne, Maryland for possession of marijuana over ten grams. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Sanders Jr. was found to be the operator. Sanders Jr. was charged with driving on a suspended license, driving on a revoked license along with other minor traffic charges, possession of a controlled dangerous substance-marijuana over ten grams, and possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute. Sanders was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Sanders Jr. on $10,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 1-10-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11675 Beechwood Street 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 1-9-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Somerset County Liquor Dispensary, located at 11754 Somerset Avenue in reference to a disorderly customer. The disorderly subject fled the store prior to police arrival but was later contacted and was served with a no trespass order to the Dispensary per the managers request.

• On 1-8-18, 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 a store employee observed the suspect concealing store merchandise and when confronted by the employee, the suspect fled the area with the merchandise. Investigation into the theft revealed that the suspect was a 17-year-old juvenile, of Princess Anne, Maryland. The case is being referred to the Department of Juvenile Services as the juvenile will be charged with theft under $100.00.

• On 1-6-18, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 17-year-old juvenile, of Fruitland, Maryland with theft under $100.00, possession of a marijuana under 10 grams, and underage possession of a tobacco product. The charges stemmed from a theft complaint at the Dollar General store, located at 30371 Mt. Vernon Road. The juvenile was released into the custody of a guardian and the case has been forwarded to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 1-4-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Chastity M. Thompson, 34, 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 1-3-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11638 Beechwood Street in reference to a trespassing complaint. Investigation revealed that the suspect walked through the victim’s yard where it was posted no trespassing. The incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-1-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30771 Antioch Avenue 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 1-1-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30811 Shockley Lane in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered the residence sometime between 12-29-17 and 1-1-18 and stole the victim’s property. The incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-1-18, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Talons Square South apartment complex, located 30515 UMES Boulevard in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered a vacant apartment. Incident remains under investigation.

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