Worcester County Deputy Struck By Car

Worcester County Sheriff’s Office 
Press Release

On Wednesday April 17th at about 2158 hrs. A Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Deputy was conducting a traffic stop on Rt. 90 near Rt. 589. While out of the vehicle the Deputy was struck in his back by a passing vehicle. 
The driver of that vehicle did not stop and exited Rt. 90 on to Rt. 589. 
Deputies located the vehicle and driver at a residence in Ocean Pines. The driver was identified as William Edward Mott, 62 years of age of Ocean Pines Md.
Mr. Mott appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. Mr. Mott was placed under arrest and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while revoked, and leaving the scene of a personal injury crash. Mr. Mott was held at the Worcester County jail pending trial. 
The Deputy sustained non life threatening injuries and was treated and released.

2 thoughts on “Worcester County Deputy Struck By Car

  1. Who was the Dorchester county sheriffs deputy driving the K-9 SUV #2512 that went flying West this morning at 7:30 AM? He went flying by about 75 mph between Hebron and Mardela on route 50. There was no emergency so he was either late for work or abusing his police Authority.


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