Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Monday, November 23, 2015
Date of Incident: 20 November 2015
Location: 31000 block of Dagsboro Road, Delmar, MD
Suspect: Eddy Ramiro Sanchez-Cabrera, 19, Salisbury, MD
Narrative: On 20 November 2015 at 7:36 AM a deputy responded to a reported burglary in progress in the 31000 block of Dagsboro Road. Upon arrival, the deputy learned that the residents discovered a male subject later identified as Eddy Sanchez-Cabrera inside a shed on their property. During a subsequent interview, Sanchez-Cabrera admitted to entering the shed without permission because he needed somewhere to sleep. The deputy detected that Sanchez-Cabrera had been consuming alcohol.
The deputy placed Sanchez-Cabrera under arrest and transported him to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed. Sanchez-Cabrera is being detained in the Detention Center pending an initial appearance.
Charges: Burglary 4th Degree and Trespassing
Incident: Driving While Impaired
Date of Incident: 20 November 2015
Location: 1900 block of N. Salisbury Blvd., Salisbury, MD
Suspect: Joshua Matthew Carey, 20, Berlin, MD
Narrative: On 20 November 2015 at 2:01 PM a deputy arrested Joshua Carey at the conclusion of an investigation into a collision involving Carey’s vehicle and a wooden flower box in front of Sherwood Ford. During this investigation, the deputy suspected that Carey was under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance that impaired his ability to operate a vehicle. Carey was arrested and transported to the Sheriff’s Office for further investigation into the impairment by a Drug Recognition Expert who concluded that Carey was under the influence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. Carey then refused to submit to a blood draw when it was requested.
Carey was released upon the issuance of citations and left as a passenger of a subject who arrived at the Sheriff’s Office to pick him up.
At approximately 5:30 PM, shortly after being released from the Sheriff’s Office, the same deputy observed Carey operating a vehicle on N. Salisbury Boulevard and stopped him in the area of Gordy Road. Carey was subsequently arrested and charged a second time with Driving While Impaired by a Controlled Dangerous Substance. Carey was transported to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, Carey was detained in the Detention Center in lieu of $10,000.00 bond.
Charges: Driving While Impaired by a Controlled Dangerous Substance (2 counts), Driving Vehicle While Impaired by Drugs Could Not Drive Safely (2 counts) and Driving Motor Vehicle within 12 hours after arrested for Driving Impaired
Date of Incident: 21 November 2015
Location: 3000 block of Green Hill Church Road, Quantico, MD
Suspect: 1. Robert Buell, 53, Quantico, MD
2. Vanessa Buell, 34, Quantico, MD
Narrative: On 21 November 2015 at 12:47 AM, a deputy responded to a reported domestic related disturbance at a residence in the 3000 block of Green Hill Church Rd in Quantico. Upon arrival the deputy learned that Robert and Vanessa Buell became embroiled in an argument that turned physical with both alleging an assault at the hands of the other. During the investigation, the deputy observed signs of physical injury that corroborated the accounts.
Based on the information that both Robert and Vanessa had assaulted each other, the deputy arrested both and transported them to the Central Booking Unit. Following their initial appearances in front of a District Court Commissioner, both were detained in the Detention Center in lieu of $20,000.00 bond.
Charges: Assault 2nd Degree
Incident: Reckless Endangerment
Date of Incident: 21 November 2015
Location: 8000 block of Whitesville Road, Pittsville, MD
Suspect: Dennis Dwayne White, 46, Pittsville, MD
Narrative: On 21 November 2015 at 11:51 AM a deputy responded to the 8000 block of Whitesville Road for a reported neighbor dispute. Upon arrival, the deputy met with a subject who informed the deputy of an ongoing issue with a neighbor, Dennis White. According to this subject, White’s dogs would regularly come on to his property and when he complained to White this morning, White reportedly became agitated, went inside, retrieved a shotgun and came back outside where he discharged it twice into the air.
The deputy observed the spent shells in the area where White reportedly discharged the shotgun.
At the conclusion of the investigation, the deputy placed White under arrest and transported him to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained White in the Detention Center in lieu of $5,000.00 bond.
Charges: Reckless Endangerment
Date of Incident: 22 November 2015
Location: 1700 block of Dale Lane, Salisbury, MD
Suspect: Cash Jamal Almond, 21, Salisbury, MD
Narrative: On 22 November 2015 at 1:12 PM a deputy responded for a reported domestic related disturbance in the 1700 block of Dale Lane in Salisbury. Upon arrival, the deputy met with a female victim who was in the process of being treated by EMS. The deputy learned that this female was involved in a verbal altercation with her boyfriend, Cash Almond that turned physical. According to the victim, Almond struck her in the mouth. The deputy observed signs of injury that corroborated the account.
The deputy placed Almond under arrest and transported him to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Almond in the Detention Center in lieu of $15,000.00 bond.
Charges: Assault 2nd Degree
Releasing Authority: Lt. Tim Robinson Date: 23 November 2015
Saturday, November 21, 2015
Friday, November 20, 2015
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Downtown Stores Offer Big Specials for Small Business Saturday
Salisbury - Mayor Jake Day says, “Mark your calendar for Small Business Saturday on November 28th!” The City is once again encouraging citizens to shop local and support small businesses during the holiday season.
Downtown Salisbury is a hub of locally-owned businesses of all sorts, and the City is working closely with them to make Small Business Saturday a success. Take a stroll in Downtown Salisbury on November 28thand do your holiday shopping at one of the local art galleries, retailers, or restaurants!
“Small Business Saturday is a key piece of the economic puzzle Downtown,” said Mayor Day. “Every holiday shopping dollar spent in a locally-owned business is a dollar which stays right here in our community. I encourage holiday shoppers to come find a unique gift, stop for a bite to eat, and take advantage of the big specials being offered by our local businesses on November 28th.”
Currently, there are 11 Downtown businesses which will be offering special deals, discounts, and giveaways on Small Business Saturday.
-Art Institute & Gallery will be offering a 10% discount on gift shop items 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., and will be hosting a "Snack and Paint" for kids from 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. on Small Business Saturday, November 28th!
-Chesapeake East Company will have discounts throughout the store and special exhibits of unique gifts! Paint Your Own Pottery at Chesapeake East will have 15% off all pottery painting! 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
-Kuhn's Jewelers is hosting their "Half-Off Sale"! The "Celebration Collection" will be coming to Salisbury and will be exclusively available at Kuhn's for two days only! Incredible pieces from jewelry store closeouts will be on hand and available at HALF OFF! Open 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. on Small Business Saturday!
-Barefoot Baby Boutique is gearing up for the holidays by expanding their hours to 6:00 p.m.on Thursdays starting November 12th. On Small Business Saturday, they will be having a Holiday Sip and Shop from 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.! Enjoy a glass of wine and grab a great holiday deal while you're at it! Spend $75 and get a pair of Pediped shoes or a pair of Christmas PJ's at 50% off!
- Brew River Restaurant and Bar will offer a $10 gift card for every $50 purchased in gift cards from Friday, November 27th until Christmas Eve! Don't forget to check out the 28th Annual Christmas Boat Parade arriving at Brew at 7:00 p.m.!
-Downtown Bridal will be hosting an Abandoned Dress Sale! Come help them find homes for all their abandoned dresses due to canceled events! Bridal, bridesmaid, and social occasions at 50% off or more!
-Enza's—An Organic Salon will have 20% off all Eminence Organic Skin care products, all hair care products and Zuii cosmetics. PLUS when you buy a gift certificate for $50, you will receive a $10 gift certificate for any salon service. Open 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Small Business Saturday!
-Market Street Inn Restaurant & Pub & MoJo's will host a weekend-long special after Thanksgiving (including Small Business Saturday)! Buy $100 in gift cards and get $25, buy $250 and get three $25 gift cards, buy $500 and get seven $25 gift cards!
-Season's Best will have sales up to 50% off on select merchandise on Small Business Saturday! Open from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.!
-Main Roots Coffee will have some discounts for Small Business Saturday! $9 tee shirts, $7 Mugs and $1.00 off new growler purchases. Pop in for a drink to keep you warm while you're shopping! Coffee and tea gift baskets available!
-Angello's Unique Gifts will be having sales throughout the store - don't forget you grab your 15% off coupon from www.Delmarvalife.com/holiday to use on Small Business Saturday!
For updates on deals and participating businesses as they are added, go to www.citylivingsalisbury.com and click on the Facebook tab on the right side of the page.
After you shop small on November 28th, join us at the 10th Annual Lighting Ceremony for the Winter Wonderland of Lights in the Salisbury City Park at 5:00 p.m., and then head to Brew River to catch the Christmas Boat Parade which will make its arrival at 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Bus Driver Transporting School Children Arrested For DUI In Talbot Co.
(TRAPPE, MD) — A commercial bus driver transporting school children back from a field trip was arrested by Maryland State Police tonight in Talbot County and charged with driving under the influence.
The driver is identified as Joseph R. Johnson, 45, of Dover, Delaware. He is charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. Additional charges may be placed as the investigation continues.
At about 5:30 p.m. today, the Maryland State Police Easton Barrack received a 911 call from a citizen who was following a commercial bus eastbound on Rt. 50 and said the bus was weaving all over the road. As troopers were en route to intercept the bus, another call was received from a parent chaperone on the bus. The parent said due to the bus driver’s erratic driving, the adults on the bus had insisted he pull to the shoulder and wait for the troopers to arrive. The charter bus, owned by Dawson Tour Bus Services, Inc., of Camden, Delaware, stopped on eastbound Rt. 50 west of Porpoise Creek Road, in Trappe.
Upon arrival, the trooper conducted an investigation and based on observations and evidence, took Johnson into custody. He was taken to the Easton Barrack for additional testing and was ultimately charged with DUI. The Maryland State Police does not release results of blood alcohol testing prior to trial.
The driver had been transporting 30 children and ten adults back to Bennett Middle School in Wicomico County. The students were returning from a field trip to Calvert Cliffs.
A sober driver from the commercial bus company was summoned to the scene. While the children were waiting, a trooper assigned to the Aviation Command treated them all to pizza he purchased and delivered to the scene along the shoulder of Rt. 50.
All of the children and adults have been returned to the school safely.
America was founded the key word in the sentence by immigrants. Founded means a start, a beginning. America is not a new Country anymore with a vast area of land we are looking to fill up with people. America is a nation full of poverty and homelessness. We have to take care of our own citizens who are in need before we continue to overburden the very system that can't handle the problem now. We offer illegal aliens more benefits than people who were actually born in this Country and that must stop.
We must focus all our efforts on our homeless which include veterans who served this Country, and the poverty stricken who struggle to survive in the modern economic crisis. People want to say that the Syrian refugees go through many checks before they can relocate, but honestly desperate people will say and do anything they can to better their situation. One of the Paris attackers was one of these refugees who relocated to Paris.
We simply cannot take the chance of bringing people to our Country that wish to harm it.
The decision by the judge even cited the one sided investigation when the court found the company guilty on all nine counts. So when a man serves his country and is wounded in action , he gets repaid by allowing him to be harassed because of a disability. They even put up billboards saying they support veterans when clearly they do not. They are trying to keep this very hush-hush for bad PR reasons. The company was ordered to pay a significant sum to the gentleman for the violations.
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Armed Suspect Injured Fleeing Police Foot Pursuit In Wicomico Co.
(SALISBURY, MD) – While state and local police were working a criminal enforcement initiative this afternoon in a Wicomico County neighborhood where a shooting occurred last week, a suspect who was ultimately found to be armed sustained minor injuries after he fled from police attempting to talk with him and ran into the path of a responding police car.
The accused is identified as Kevin O. Garcia, 20, of Salisbury, Md. After consultation with the Maryland Gun Center and the Wicomico County State’s Attorney’s Office, Garcia is being charged tonight with firearm possession with a felony conviction, illegal possession of a regulated firearm by a prohibited person, possession of a firearm by a minor, wearing/carrying a firearm, and illegal possession of ammunition by a prohibited person. Garcia has been released to the custody of the Wicomico County Detention Center central booking unit for processing and his initial appearance before a court commissioner.
At about 1:30 p.m. today, members of the Maryland State Police Gang Unit and Firearms Enforcement Unit, along with investigators from the Wicomico County Narcotics Task Force, were working a criminal enforcement initiative on the west side of Salisbury. This initiative was in response to a shooting that occurred in the area on November 12, 2015.
Police saw a man cutting though several back yards near Germania Circle and West Main Street. As he neared the street, he saw investigators and immediately fled on foot while holding his waistband, causing investigators to believe he may be armed with a handgun. A foot pursuit of the man, later identified as Garcia, ensued.
During the pursuit, Garcia ran into the street, directly into the path of a responding covert police vehicle driven by a member of the Wicomico County Narcotics Task Force. The police vehicle was turning from West Main Street onto First Street when Garcia ran into the vehicle’s path.
Police found a loaded .22 caliber handgun in Garcia’s waistband. He sustained minor injuries in the collision and was taken to Peninsula Regional Medical Center where he was treated and released. He remained in police custody during his treatment at the hospital and was transported to the county’s central booking center upon his release. No shots were fired and no one else was injured in the incident.