Traffic Stop Leads to Gun Arrest in Pocomoke City

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Editor’s Note: This happened while I was away nut wanted to post and comment what an amazing job Chief Brumley is doing down in Pocomoke with busts like these

Traffic Stop Leads to Gun Arrest in Pocomoke City

On May 23, 2019 at approximately 0730 hrs. Pocomoke Police Officer, SGT Brown was conducting moving radar in the area of Route 13 and Brantley Road when a Toyota Camry bearing Virginia registration entered his radar beam at a target speed of 82 mph in a 55 mph zone. A traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle. SGT Brown approached the vehicle and met with the driver identified as Khalia David. David advised he did not have a license. After further investigation, the passenger Rashid Bynum was searched locating a Glock 26, 9mm on the right side of his waistband. During the search SGT Brown observed another weapon in plain view under the rear passenger seat. This was a Smith and Wesson 40 caliber, SD40. SGT Brown also located a Ruger 9mm and a Taurus 9mm, PT1162. All four handguns were loaded with a round in the chamber. Located in the vehicle was also two white face mask, target practice posters and gloves. All three subjects were arrested.

Arrested: Rashid Bynum, age 24 of Chesapeake, Virginia
Charges: Illegal possession ammo, four counts of Reg Firearm; Illegal Possession, four counts of handgun in vehicle, four counts of loaded handgun in vehicle, four counts of handgun on person, four counts of loaded handgun on person
Disposition: Held without bond

Arrested: Khalia David, Age 24 of Portsmouth, VA
Charges: Illegal possession ammo, four counts of reg firearm; Illegal Possession, four counts of loaded handgun in vehicle, four counts of handgun on person and four counts of loaded handgun on person.
Disposition: Held without bond

Arrested: Christopher Parker, Age 24 Portsmouth, VA
Charges: Four counts of handgun in vehicle, four counts of loaded handgun in vehicle, four counts of loaded handgun in vehicle, four counts of loaded handgun on person, and four counts of handgun on person.
Disposition: Held without bond

Chief M Lee Brumley

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9 thoughts on “Traffic Stop Leads to Gun Arrest in Pocomoke City

  1. How does that, in any way, show that Chief Brumley is doing an amazing job? It doesn’t. What it DOES show is that Sgt. Brown is doing an “amazing job”. Chief Brumley had NOTHING to do with this.

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      1. The write your article saying “Pocomoke PD is doing and amazing job”. You specifically named the chief. We get it, you like Brumley. That’s fair. But, give credit where credit is due. Sgt. Brown deserves the credit. Giving praise to someone else diminishes the job that Sgt. Brown did.

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    1. I agree with 7:58 and if you knew the truth you would know that Brumley is the wrong person for this job.

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  2. Where are the most popular “Open Discussion” threads? I loved reading those so people won’t hijack your original article.

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  3. these guys will be out on work release working for Wicomico County during the girls softball world series in July. every time i see thugs like this in our parks i cringe. please keep them in a cage and away from our kids.

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  4. Why Pocomoke PD giving the bros a hard time? I can’t see any crime was committed except the driver was going a little bit fast and didn’t have a license. Everybody has a right to have a gun, don’t believe that crap from Larry Hogan and all those democrats. And besides the police admitted they had target practice posters. They just going to practice being safe. Gloves and masks don’t prove nothing because you never know when somebody have a costume party.

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