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Pocomoke City Police
PRESS RELEASE April 1– April 30, 2019
Gerri Fitch, age 39 of Pocomoke, MD was arrested for harboring a felon fugitive. She was held at the Worcester County Detention Center.
James Taylor, age 41 of Greenbackville, VA was arrested for theft $100- $500. He was released on his personal recognizance.
Gilbert Johnson, age 45 of New Church, VA was arrested for 2nd degree assault, malicious destruction of property and disorderly conduct. He was held on $25000 bond.
Ebony Arnold, age 25 of Pocomoke, MD was cited for disorderly conduct. She was issued a criminal citation and released.
Larry Austin, age 20 of Pocomoke, MD was arrested for resist/interfere with arrest, warrants for theft $100-$1500, traffic violations, fugitive from justice warrant. He was held without bond.
Tyquawn Searles, age 26 of Parksley, VA was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear. He was held on $3000 bond.
Richelle Blake, age 45 of Pocomoke, MD was cited for disturbing the peace. She was issued a criminal citation and released.
Rashaun Nock, age 19 of Snow Hill, MD was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear. He was released on his personal recognizance.
Rashon Dixon, age 45 of Crisfield, MD was cited forpPublic intoxication/disturb. He was issued a criminal citation and released.
Winfred Pettit, age 47 of Pocomoke, MD was arrested for 2nd degree assault, dangerous weapon intent/injure. He was held without bail.
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Richard Cowan, age 49 of Pocomoke, MD was arrested on a warrant for theft. He was held on $1000 bond.
Tiamel Golphin, age 30 of Bishopville, MD was arrested on a warrant. She was released on her personal recognizance.
Ronald Lovett, age 51 of Pocomoke, MD was arrested for 4th degree burglary. He was released on his personal recognizance.
Andre Collins, age 22 of Pocomoke, MD was arrested for possess/issue forged currency, attempted theft $100-$1500 and theft $100-$1500. He was held on $10000 bond.
Kevin Melson, age 28 of Willards, MD was arrested on a warrant for theft less $100. He was issued a criminal summons.
Paige Stevenson, age 37 of Pocomoke, MD was cited for disorderly conduct. She was issued a criminal citation and released.
There were (0) zero Juvenile Arrests.
(8) eight additional arrests were made for various traffic violations during this time period.
May 3, 2019
If proof was had that UFOs exist would our Government tell us?
Press Notice for Immediate Release
May 2, 2019
Candidates Sought for District 2 County Council Seat
The Wicomico County Council regretfully announces Councilman Mark Kilmer, District 2 Representative, has informed the Council of his official intent to resign from office, effective June 15, 2019. Mr. Kilmer and his family will be leaving Wicomico County to return to his home state of Idaho.
The County Charter states that when a vacancy on the County Council occurs before the end of a council term, the local State Central Committee of the party of which the respective council member so vacating was affiliated, shall prepare and submit to the County Council a list of four nominees for the vacated council seat. Each of the nominees must be of the same political affiliation and reside in the same councilmanic district as the council member whose seat on the County Council has become vacated, District 2.
As Marc Kilmer is a registered Republican, the Wicomico County Republican Central Committee is seeking Republicans residing in District 2, who are interested in being nominated for appointment to the County Council for the remainder of the current term. Interested persons should contact Mark McIver, Republican Central Committee Chairman, at 443-735-2836, or firstname.lastname@example.org for complete information about applying. The Wicomico County Republican Central Committee is asking for all materials to be submitted to the Committee by May 24, 2019.
Wicomico County Council
John T. Cannon
County Council President
Sad news that Wicomico County District 2 Representative Marc Kilmer has resigned due to family issues in Idaho. Marc was a great Council add and will be missed. A replacement will be made in 45 days
Lt. Governor Boyd K. Rutherford Joins Faith Leaders for
National Day of Prayer Breakfast
Participants Reflect and Pray on this Year’s Theme, “Love for All Humanity”
ANNAPOLIS, MD – Lt. Governor Boyd K. Rutherford today joined Maryland faith leaders for a prayer breakfast at Crowne Plaza Annapolis to celebrate the National Day of Prayer. Established in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress, the National Day of Prayer is an annual observance held on the first Thursday of May that brings together all faiths and traditions to pray for the nation. This year, over 100 faith leaders representing faith communities from across the state gathered and prayed for Marylanders, the state, and the nation, reflecting on this year’s theme of “Love for All Humanity.”
“We are proud that Marylanders have come together today to have meaningful, interfaith dialogues which seek to find common ground and bond us together in prayer for the betterment of our state,” said Lt. Governor Rutherford. “These faith leaders have put their love into action to empower our citizens and build stronger communities.”
Musical selections were performed by the first place winner of 2019 Amateur Night at the Apollo, Katyrah Love, as well as talented flutist, Ashley Watkins. Prayers for the five centers of influence – Family, State of Maryland, Places of Worship, Citizens of Maryland, and the United States of America were led by:
- Family: Priest Chove Chandrakant, Shri Mangal Mandir, Silver Spring, MD
- State of Maryland and Leaders: Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton, the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, Baltimore, MD
- Places of Worship: Reverend Janelle Johnson, Reid Temple A.M.E Church, Glenn Dale, MD
- Citizens Of Maryland: Imam Hassan Amin, Muslim Social Services Agency, Baltimore, MD
- United States of America: Rabbi Fabian Werbin, Congregation Beth El, Bethesda, MD
Berlin Barrack has a strong focus on distracted driving. Recently a one day distracted driving initiative in Ocean city, near a construction zone, produced 103 stops and 105 citations. Construction zones are dangerous areas for everyone and should be given undivided attention.
During the month of April we held 6 distracted driving initiatives. We stopped a total of 263 distracted drivers and issued 208 citations and 78 warnings. Do your part to keep our roads safe.
Thursday, May 2, 2019
Residents with Thursday trash pick-up, please be advised that trash collection routes are running behind today due to some minor technical issues. If your trash is not picked up by the end of the business day today, please leave your receptacle at the curb and crews will be by first thing tomorrow (Friday) morning to collect it.
We apologize for any inconvenience which may have been caused by this delay, and we thank you for your understanding.
For more information on the City’s Sanitation operations, go to www.salisbury.md, or call 833-SBY-CITY
Millsboro- The Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit is currently investigating a serious crash involving a single vehicle that occurred last evening.
The incident occurred on April 30, 2019 at approximately 9:47 p.m., when a 2018 Ford Fiesta was traveling southbound on Mount Joy Road at a high rate of speed. For unknown reasons, the operator failed to maintain control of the vehicle. The Fiesta exited the west edge of Mount Joy Road and entered onto the grass shoulder. Upon exiting the roadway, the Fiesta began rotating when it collided with a utility pole which was broken in half upon impact. Following the impact with the pole, the Fiesta overturned and struck a standing tree before coming to an uncontrolled stop along the west shoulder of Mount Joy Road.
The operator of the Fiesta, a 21-year-old male from Seaford was not properly restrained. He was transported to the Beebe Healthcare Hospital with serious injuries.
A front seat passenger, a 27-year-old male from Millsboro was not properly restrained. He was initially transported to the Beebe Healthcare Hospital and later transferred to the Christiana Hospital in critical condition.
A rear seat passenger, a 22-year-old female from Millsboro was properly restrained. She was transported to the Beebe Healthcare Hospital in serious condition.
Mount Joy Road was closed for approximately 3 hours while the crash was investigated.
The crash continues to remain under investigation by the Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit
If you or someone you know is a victim or witness of crime or have lost a loved one to a sudden death and are in need of assistance, the Delaware State Police Victim Services Unit/Delaware Victim Center is available to offer you support and resources 24 hours a day through a toll free hotline 1800 VICTIM-1. (1800 842-8461). You may also email the unit Director at email@example.com
Seaford- The Delaware State Police have arrested a Seaford man after a traffic stop led to the discovery of drugs and a weapon.
The incident occurred on April 30, 2019 at approximately 12:29 p.m., when members of the Governor’s Task Force (GTF) and the Sussex Drug Unit (SDU) were in the area of the Duck in Car Wash, located at 9817 Spotless Street Seaford, and positively identified 28-year-old Jesse Drummond at the business. Drummond was observed operating a blue Toyota Avalon from the parking lot and was known to have a revoked driver’s license and an active capias. A traffic stop was conducted on Seashore Highway and Drummond was taken into custody without incident. A canine scan was conducted of the vehicle which resulted in a positive alert for the presence of narcotics.
Drummond was transported back to Troop 4 where he was found in possession 21 bags of heroin (.147 grams) and 1.22 grams of crack cocaine. A search warrant was obtained for the Toyota Avalon, which led to the discovery of drug paraphernalia and a .40 caliber handgun that was reported stolen. It was learned that Drummond was a person prohibited from possessing a firearm.
Drummond was charged with the following:
- Possession of a Firearm by a Person Prohibited
- Possession with Intent to Deliver a Controlled Substance (2 counts)
- Receiving a Stolen Firearm
- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Drummond was arraigned before the Justice of the Peace Court and committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution on $29,500.00 secured bond.