Barry Dale Lowe Sr. of Princess Anne, arrested 6-19-18 for driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol, and driving while impaired by alcohol and or drugs. Lowe was later released on citations pending court actions. Deputies were investigating a disabled vehicle in the area of Fairmount Rd, and Water’s Farm Rd, when they came into contact with Lowe who was operating a pickup truck, coming to assist the driver of the disabled vehicle.
Thomas Edward Hall of Crisfield, arrested 7-7-18 on a warrant for violation of probation. Hall was later held without bond.
Keshawn Terrell Kellam of Parksley Virginia, arrested 7-8-18 on a warrant for violation of probation. Kellam was later held without bond.
Kavon Lamar Collins of Westover, criminal summons served 7-9-18 for 2nd degree assault, and trespassing. Collins was later released on signature pending court actions.
Victoria Lillian Davis of Crisfield, arrested 7-9-18 on a warrant for violation of probation. Davis was later held without bond.
Darron Vertell White of Salisbury, arrested 7-13-18 on a warrant for violation of probation. White was later held without bond.
Taylor Michelle Courson of Crisfield, arrested 7-13-18 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Courson was later held on a $250.00 bond.
Edwin David Horner 3rd. of Salisbury, arrested 7-13-18 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Horner was later held without bond.
Maryland Center for Missing and Unidentified Persons (MCMUP)
Please be on the lookout for Legend Kern, 11 month old male that is missing from Crisfield, Somerset County, Maryland. Legend was last seen wearing a “Swing for the Fences” baseball shirt and a diaper. He should be in the company of Matthew Kern. Two of the photos shown above are both of Matthew. Matthew is often known to wear a hat and sunglasses. Matthew was last seen wearing a white t-shirt, camouflage shorts, and a camouflage bucket hat. He should be driving a dark grey 2012 Jeep Patriot SUV with Virginia tags- VUZ1845. Matthew has connections to Maryland’s Eastern shore, as well as the Eagle Rock area of Botetourt County, Virginia. The poster link is located at the link below.
Source: Have you seen this child?
The Racism & Coping Research Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at Salisbury University led by Dr. Yuki Okubo is conducting a qualitative research study on how people decide and engage in a race dialogue, a one-on-one discussion on race, racism, and racial discrimination with people in their lives. If you have experienced wanting to have a discussion with someone in your life on these issues, or have had such discussions, we would like to interview you. We ask that you allot about 2 and half hours to ensure we have plenty of time for the interview at the Salisbury University campus and it will be recorded for transcription and data- analysis purposes. $30 will be provided as a token of appreciation for participation.
If you have questions or would like to participate, please contact Racism & Coping Lab at firstname.lastname@example.org
Racism & Coping Research Laboratory
Department of Psychology
The crisis of staffing shortages at ECI and concerns for correctional officer safety at the facility have become front page news for the area. While many are finally coming together to try to solve the problems, my question is how did we get to this point in time? Is there a particular person,thing or society that has led us here