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Sheriff Randy Bounds’ statement on grand jury indictment of CCSO supervisor

A suspended Caroline County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) Sergeant was charged Wednesday afternoon with 2nd Degree Rape, 3rdDegree Sex Offense, 4th Degree Sex Offense and 2nd Degree Assault. A Grand Jury handed down the indictment against 48-year-old Sergeant Kevin Nagyiski.
After the victim reported the incident to the CCSO on September 16, 2018, we immediately notified the Natural Resources Police (NRP) since the crime allegedly occurred in their jurisdiction. The NRP has further details about its criminal investigation here:
The CCSO opened an internal investigation that began concurrently with the NRP’s criminal investigation. Sheriff Randy Bounds said today, “I take these charges profoundly seriously and respect the diligence and care taken by both the Natural Resources Police and the Grand Jury. It’s important our community knows our Sheriff’s Office values transparency and sharing critical information with the public.
Nagyiski, who was hired in February of 2001, was assigned to the Patrol Division at the time this investigation began. He had his police powers suspended and was placed on administrative leave in September.
Any questions regarding the criminal investigation should be directed to the Natural Resources Police.

Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office Press Release

On Thursday, February 28, 2019 members of the Capitol Area Fugitive Task Force which has a member from the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office on it arrested 38 year old Joseph Elie Brinson of 505 Robbins Street in Cambridge. He was wanted by the State of Florida on the charges of the Sale of Molly within 1000 feet of Public Housing, Felony Battery, Domestic Battery by Strangulation and False Imprisonment. He was ordered held without Bond awaiting Extradition to Florida.

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Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office Press Release

On Friday, March 15, 2019 members of the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office and Maryland State Police responded to a reported Breaking & Entering in progress at 4228 East New Market, Hurlock Road. The suspect, later identified as Charles Trevor Washburn, fled prior to the arrival of Deputies but was caught traveling on Linkwood Road by a responding Trooper. Washburn was arrested and charged with Third Degree Attempted Burglary, Fourth Degree Attempted Burglary, Trespassing on Private Property, Malicious Destruction of Property under $1,000.00 and Reckless Endangerment. He was ordered Held without Bond.

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