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February 2019

• On 2-26-19, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Don Manuel Hanna, 60, of Princess Anne, Maryland for disturbing the peace. The arrest stemmed from a disturbance complaint at 30472 Broad Street. Hanna was charged with failure to obey a reasonable and lawful order, disturbing the peace, and resisting arrest. Hanna was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a temporary commitment. Hanna was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 2-25-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Pete’s Body Shop, located at 12256 Somerset Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a vehicle that was parked in the parking lot between the dates of 11-24-19 and 11-25-19. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-24-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Royal Farms store, located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to a disturbance. Investigation revealed that the suspects had stolen several items and was acting in a disorderly manner when confronted by a store employee. The suspects were identified and charges are pending.

• On 2-24-19, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Markeith Sterling Miller, 22, of Princess Anne, Maryland with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from an investigation at the Royal Farms store, located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road. During the investigation, Miller was found to be in possession of marijuana. Miller was issued a civil citation and was subsequently released from the scene.

• On 2-23-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Talons Square South apartment complex, located at 30515 UMES Boulevard in reference to a hit and run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that the suspect collided with the victim’s vehicle which was parked in the parking lot sometime during the late evening hours of 2-22-19 and early morning hours of 2-23-19. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-21-19, the Princess Anne Police Department served Ebony Viola Jones, 27, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear in court. Jones was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Jones was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 2-20-19, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of a theft that occurred at 11619 Somerset Avenue. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole property belonging to the victim between the dates of 2-17-19 and 2-20-19. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-17-19, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Linette Gunther, 54, of Princess Anne, Maryland for theft. The arrest stemmed from a theft complaint at the Family Dollar store, located at 30408 Mt. Vernon Road. Gunther was issued criminal citations for theft less than $100.00 and trespassing and was subsequently released from custody.

• On 2-17-19, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Oluwajuwonlo Peter Aladeselu, 20, of Upper Marlboro, Maryland for driving while under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Aladeselu was found to be the operator of the vehicle. Aladeselu was charged with violating provisional license restriction, driving vehicle with alcohol in blood in violation of restriction, driving vehicle with lamp improperly displaying white light from rear, directing and permitting vehicle operation contrary to law, negligent driving, driving vehicle in violation of restricted license requirement, driving while impaired by alcohol, driving while under the influence of alcohol, and driving while under the influence of alcohol per se. Aladeselu was subsequently released from custody after being issued his citations.

• On 2-16-19, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Autumn Shana Johnson-Williams, 21, of Baltimore, Maryland with hosting a neighborhood nuisance and unruly social event. The charge stemmed from a loud party/disturbance complaint at the Arden’s Run apartment complex, located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Johnson-Williams was found to be a tenant where the party was occurring and was issued a civil citation.

• On 2-16-19, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Khadijah Tatyana Rouse, 21, of Cockeysville, Maryland with hosting a neighborhood nuisance and unruly social event. The charge stemmed from a loud party/disturbance complaint at the Arden’s Run apartment complex, located at 30630 UMES Boulevard. Rouse was found to be a tenant where the party was occurring and was issued a civil citation.

• On 2-16-19, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of an assault that occurred at 11825 Beechwood Street. Investigation revealed that the suspect assaulted the victim during an argument. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 2-16-19, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Myra Marchell White, 30, of Princess Anne, Maryland for driving while under the influence of alcohol. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where White was found to be the vehicle operator. White was charged with driver failure to obey properly placed traffic control device, driving while impaired by alcohol, driving while under the influence of alcohol, and possession of marijuana under ten grams. White was subsequently released from custody after being issued her traffic and civil citations.

• On 2-16-19, the Princess Anne Police Department conducted alcohol compliance checks at the following establishments: Spikes Bar, Peacock’s Bar and Restaurant, Washington Inn and Tavern, Caesars Pizza Palace, and M Street Bar and Restaurant. All of the establishments were found to be in compliance except for Peacock’s Bar and Restaurant and the Washington Inn and Tavern. Charges are currently pending in those two cases.

• On 2-15-19, 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 broke into a vacant apartment and caused damage inside the apartment. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-15-19, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Mark Elijah Velasquez, 23, of Owings Mills, Maryland for possession of marijuana over ten grams. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Velasquez was found to be the vehicle operator and in possession of marijuana. Velasquez was charged with possession of marijuana over ten grams and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Velasquez on personal recognizance.

• On 2-15-19, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Gerard Shaheed Fields, 30, of Temple Hills, Maryland for driving while impaired by a controlled dangerous substance. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Fields was found to be the vehicle operator. Fields was charged with fail to display license on demand, fail to display registration card on demand, fail to notify MVA of address change within 30 days, driving vehicle in violation of restricted license requirement, directing and permitting vehicle operator contrary to law, driving vehicle on highway without required license, negligent driving, driving on a suspended license and privilege, driving on a revoked license and privilege, driving vehicle so far impaired by drugs cannot drive safely, and driving vehicle while impaired by a controlled dangerous substance. Fields was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his traffic citations.

• On 2-15-19, the Princess Anne Police Department conducted alcohol compliance checks in the following establishments: Goose Creek store, Kash and Karry store, Juniors Wines, Somerset Liquor Dispensary, and Becky’s Community store. All establishments checked were in compliance.

• On 2-14-19, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Paris Julian Hagans, 18, of Baltimore, Maryland for driving while impaired by a controlled dangerous substance. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Hagans was found to be the vehicle operator. Hagans was charged with fail to display license on demand, negligent driving, driving vehicle so far impaired by drugs cannot drive safely, and driving vehicle while impaired by a controlled dangerous substance. Hagans was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his traffic citations.

• On 2-14-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Caesars Pizza Palace, located at 12302 Somerset Avenue in reference to counterfeit currency. Investigation revealed that the suspect passed a counterfeit twenty-dollar bill on 2-13-19. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-13-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11675 Beechwood Street in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered the victim’s apartment sometime during the evening hours of 2-12-19 and the morning hours of 2-13-19. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-13-19, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Andre Demetris Dennis, 44, of Princess Anne, Maryland with trespassing. The charge stemmed from a trespassing complaint at the Goose Creek store, located at 30293 Mt. Vernon Road. Dennis had been previously banned from the property and was observed on the property. Dennis was charged with trespassing and failure to obey a lawful order. Dennis was subsequently released from custody upon being issued his criminal citations.

• On 2-13-19, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Woodland Warren James, 67, of Princess Anne, Maryland for driving under the influence. The arrest stemmed from a Maryland State Trooper observing James on a bicycle failing to yield to oncoming traffic and nearly being hit by a vehicle in the area of Route 13 and Linden Avenue. James was charged with driving under the influence, failure to yield to oncoming traffic, and using a bicycle on highway without functioning lights. James was subsequently released from custody after being issued his citations.

• On 2-11-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11719 Mansion Street in reference to a trespassing complaint. Investigation revealed that the suspect was captured on the home owner’s camera system looking into a vehicle which was parked on the home owner’s property. The suspect fled the area once police was alerted and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-10-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Popeye’s, located at 30293 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to counterfeit currency. Investigation revealed that the suspect passed a counterfeit $10.00 bill. The suspect was located by officers and charges are pending.

• On 2-8-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11476 Hayman Drive in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged a door to a shed on 2-4-19; however, nothing was taken out of the shed. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 2-8-19, the Princess Anne Police Department served Eugene Hargrove Hawkins Jr., 77, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Hawkins Jr. with 12 counts of allow underage possession of alcohol and 5 counts of contribute of condition of child in regards to an incident that occurred on 1-18-19 at 11619 Somerset Avenue. Hawkins Jr. was subsequently released upon being served with his copy of the criminal summons.

• On 2-8-19, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Gerald Shaheed Fields, 30, of Temple Hills, Maryland for driving while impaired. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Fields was found to be the vehicle operator. Fields was charged with speeding, fail to display license on demand, fail to display registration card on demand, fail to notify MVA of address change, driving vehicle without required license, driving vehicle on a suspended license, driving vehicle on a revoked license, negligent driving, consuming alcohol in passenger area of vehicle and driving while so far impaired by drugs and alcohol cannot drive safely. Fields was subsequently released from custody after being issued his citations.

• On 2-8-19, the Princess Anne Police Department served Alexander James McKenzie, 22, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged McKenzie with assault second degree in regards to an incident that occurred in August of 2018 at 30514 William P. Hytche Boulevard. McKenzie was subsequently released after being served with his copy of the criminal summons.

• On 2-8-19, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Juwan Nadir Nasheed, 21, of Baltimore, Maryland for possession of a controlled dangerous substance. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Nasheed was found to be the vehicle operator. Nasheed was also found to be in possession of a controlled dangerous substance and was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance-marijuana over 10 grams. Nasheed was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Nasheed on personal recognizance.

• On 2-7-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11839 Beechwood Street in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the suspect assaulted the victim following a disagreement. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 2-7-19, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Isaiah Alonzo Wallace, 18, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault second degree. The arrest stemmed from a disturbance at 30472 Broad Street. Wallace was charged with assault second degree and was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Wallace on $20,000.00 unsecure bond.

• On 2-3-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30637 Antioch Avenue in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the residence and stole various items from the residence. Incident remains under investigation.

January 2019

• On 1-31-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Hayman’s Antiques store, located at 30488 Broad Street in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect stole currency from the store between the dates of 1-12-19 and 1-31-19. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-31-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Dollar General store, located at 12175 Somerset Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) were attempting to conceal items from the store in their pockets. The suspects were confronted by store employees and one of the suspects fled from the store. All of the suspects were eventually identified and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-30-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Food Lion store, located at 12158 Brittingham Lane in reference to an armed robbery. Investigation revealed that the suspect confronted a store employee in the office area after the store had closed and demanded currency. The suspect was armed with what was described as a handgun and was described as a black male wearing a mask, a gray in color hooded sweatshirt, black pants with a white stripe on the side, and gloves. The suspect was able to flee the store with an undisclosed amount of currency. There were no reported injuries from the robbery and the incident remains under investigation. Anyone who has any information concerning the incident is encouraged to contact the Princess Anne Police Department at 410-651-1822 or Crime Solvers of the Lower Eastern Shore at 410-548-1776 where information that leads to an arrest can result in a monetary reward.

• On 1-29-19, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Kentrell Tyreek Collins, 18, of Princess Anne, Maryland with theft less than $100.00. The charge stemmed from a theft complaint at the Dollar General store, located at 12175 Somerset Avenue. Collins was issued a criminal citation for theft less than $100.00 and subsequently released from custody.

• On 1-29-19, the Princess Anne Police Department served Dionte Lavar Cottman, 28, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant and an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. The arrest warrant charged Cottman with burglary third degree, burglary fourth degree, and unauthorized removal of property in regards to an incident that occurred on 1-28-19 at 12112 Queens Grant Drive. Cottman was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a temporary commitment. Cottman was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Sheriff’s Office.

• On 1-28-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Garland Hayward Youth Center, located at 30660 Rosa Parks Avenue in reference to a hit and run motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that the suspect backed into the victim’s vehicle while it was parked at the youth center and left the scene without providing any information. The suspect was later identified and charged in the incident.

• On 1-28-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12112 Queens Grant Drive in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered the victim’s residence on 1-28-19 and tampered with property belonging to the victim. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.

• On 1-27-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30828 Hampden Avenue in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect had removed property from the victim. The victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office.

• On 1-27-19, 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) had entered the victim’s apartment and damaged the victim’s property between the dates of 12-15-18 and 1-26-19. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-26-19, 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 apartment between the dates of 12-12-18 and 1-26-19 and stole various items. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-26-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Best Value Inn, located at 30359 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect damaged a room that was rented on 1-25-19. The suspect was identified and the incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-25-19, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Lewis Milton Myers Jr., 56, of Princess Anne, Maryland for concealing a dangerous weapon. The arrest stemmed during an investigation. Myers Jr. was charged with concealing a dangerous weapon, intoxicated endangerment, and intoxicated public disturbance. Myers Jr. was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Myers Jr. was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 1-25-18, the Princess Anne Police Department took a missing person report in regards to Joy Renne Ballard, 41, of Princess Anne Maryland. Ballard had not been seen since late December of 2018 and investigation revealed that Ballard may have left to the Washington D.C. area. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-24-19, the Princess Anne Police Department served Rashira Sheri Hearne, 27, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court criminal summons. The criminal summons charged Hearne with theft less than $100.00, theft $100.00 to $1,500.00, and theft scheme between $100.00 and $1,500.00 in regards to an incident that occurred on 12-13-18 at the Family Dollar store, located at 30408 Mt. Vernon Road. Hearne was issued her copy of the criminal summons and was subsequently released.

• On 1-24-19, the Princess Anne Police Department served Ali Sefik Celik, 50, of Parksley, Virginia with an outstanding District Court bench warrant for failure to appear in Worcester County. Celik was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Celik on personal recognizance.

• On 1-23-19, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 17-year-old juvenile of Eden, Maryland with assault second degree. The charge stemmed from a complaint of juveniles fighting on a school bus in the area of Beckford Avenue and Broad Street. The juvenile was charged with assault second degree and affray. The juvenile was released into the custody of a guardian and the case has been referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 1-23-19, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 16-year-old juvenile of Princess Anne, Maryland with assault second degree. The charge stemmed from a complaint of juveniles fighting on a school bus in the area of Beckford Avenue and Broad Street. The juvenile was charged with assault second degree and affray. The juvenile was released into the custody of a guardian and the case has been referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 1-22-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12028 Somerset Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspects had entered the residence and caused damage. The suspects were identified and charges are pending.

• On 1-18-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 12116 Queens Grant Drive in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged two vehicles that were parked in the parking lot between the evening hours of 1-17-19 and the morning hours of 1-18-19. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-17-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11691 Beechwood Street in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the victim was assaulted by two suspects outside the victim’s residence in regards to an ongoing dispute that occurred on 1-16-19. The suspects were identified and the victim as referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 1-16-19, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of an assault that occurred at 11691 Beechwood Street. Investigation revealed that the victim was assaulted by the suspect following an argument. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-16-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of UMES Boulevard near the Arden’s Run Apartment complex in reference to a motor vehicle crash involving a school bus. Investigation revealed that the at fault driver was traveling east on UMES Boulevard when the vehicle crossed over the double yellow line and collided with a school bus that was traveling west on UMES Boulevard. There were no injuries reported and the at fault driver was cited for several traffic infractions. The school bus had 15 students on board at the time of the crash but none of the students were injured.

• On 1-15-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30445 Fluers Lane in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the residence and stole checks from the victim’s check book. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-15-19, the Princess Anne Police Department took a runaway report in regards to a 14-year-old juvenile, from Princess Anne, Maryland. Investigation revealed that the juvenile left his residence on 1-15-19 during the early morning hours. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-11-19, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 14-year-old juvenile with possession of a controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia. The charge stemmed from an on-going investigation. The juvenile was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia and was released into the custody of a guardian and the case has been forwarded to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 1-11-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30705 Antioch Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged the victim’s vehicle while it was parked on Antioch Avenue between the dates of 1-10-18 and 1-11-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-8-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11542 Church Street in reference to a runaway 14-year-old juvenile complaint. Investigation revealed that the juvenile left the residence on 1-4-18. The juvenile was located on 1-11-19.

• On 1-17-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11691 Beechwood Street in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that the victim was assaulted by two suspects outside the victim’s residence in regards to an ongoing dispute that occurred on 1-16-19. The suspects were identified and the victim as referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges.

• On 1-16-19, the Princess Anne Police Department took a report of an assault that occurred at 11691 Beechwood Street. Investigation revealed that the victim was assaulted by the suspect following an argument. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-16-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the area of UMES Boulevard near the Arden’s Run Apartment complex in reference to a motor vehicle crash involving a school bus. Investigation revealed that the at fault driver was traveling east on UMES Boulevard when the vehicle crossed over the double yellow line and collided with a school bus that was traveling west on UMES Boulevard. There were no injuries reported and the at fault driver was cited for several traffic infractions. The school bus had 15 students on board at the time of the crash but none of the students were injured.

• On 1-15-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30445 Fluers Lane in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) entered the residence and stole checks from the victim’s check book. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-15-19, the Princess Anne Police Department took a runaway report in regards to a 14-year-old juvenile, from Princess Anne, Maryland. Investigation revealed that the juvenile left his residence on 1-15-19 during the early morning hours. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-11-19, the Princess Anne Police Department charged a 14-year-old juvenile with possession of a controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia. The charge stemmed from an on-going investigation. The juvenile was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia and was released into the custody of a guardian and the case has been forwarded to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 1-11-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30705 Antioch Avenue in reference to malicious destruction of property. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) damaged the victim’s vehicle while it was parked on Antioch Avenue between the dates of 1-10-18 and 1-11-18. Incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-8-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11542 Church Street in reference to a runaway 14-year-old juvenile complaint. Investigation revealed that the juvenile left the residence on 1-4-18. The juvenile was located on 1-11-19.

• On 1-7-19, the Princess Anne Police Department served Dondre Anderson Randall, 24, of Princess Anne, Maryland with an outstanding District Court bench warrant. Randall was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Randall on personal recognizance.

• On 1-5-19, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Sean Jermaine Ashley, 39, of Salisbury, Maryland for possession of a controlled dangerous substance and having a handgun in a vehicle. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop where Ashley was found to be the vehicle operator. Ashley was charged with handgun in vehicle, possession of marijuana over ten grams, false statement to officer, obstructing and hindering, possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute, possession of a firearm with felony conviction, loaded handgun in vehicle, illegal possession of regulated firearm, distribution of a controlled dangerous substance with firearm, firearm/drug traffic crime, illegal possession of ammunition, driving vehicle on highway on suspended out of state license, driving vehicle on highway without required license, fail to display license to police on demand, and directing and permitting highway vehicle operation contrary to law. Ashley also had an outstanding District Court bench warrant. Ashley was seen by a District Court Commissioner who released Ashley on personal recognizance on the bench warrant but issued no bond on the remaining charges. Ashley was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

• On 1-4-19, the Princess Anne Police Department served Michael J. Headley, 42, of Laurel, Delaware with an outstanding District Court bench warrant out of Wicomico County. Headley was seen by a District Court Commissioner who was released on personal recognizance.

• On 1-3-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Pizza Hut, located on Mt. Vernon Road in reference to counterfeit currency. Investigation revealed that the suspect provided a delivery driver with a counterfeit $100.00 bill during a delivery at the Princess Anne Townhouses. The incident remains under investigation.

• On 1-2-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Greenwood Elementary School, located at 11412 Dryden Road in reference to an assault. Investigation revealed that a 10-year-old student of Princess Anne, Maryland assaulted another student. The suspect was charged with assault second degree and the case was referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 1-1-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Royal Farms store, located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road in reference to a trespassing complaint. Investigation revealed that a 17-year-old juvenile of Princess Anne, Maryland was in the store after being banned from the property on 12-25-18. The juvenile was charged with trespassing and the case has been referred to the Department of Juvenile Services.

• On 1-1-19, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 11699 Beechwood Street in reference to a theft. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered a vehicle and attempted to steal property from the victim’s vehicle. The victim was alerted to the attempted theft and was able to provide a description of the suspect who was later located and identified by officers. Incident remains under investigation and charges are pending.

• On 1-1-19, the Princess Anne Police Department charged Nyjal Jacob Drayton, 19, of Frederica, Delaware with possession of marijuana under ten grams. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop where Drayton was found to be the vehicle operator and in possession of marijuana. Drayton was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana under ten grams and was subsequently released.

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