Thursday, February 22, 2018

National Folk Festival Music Sample

Salisbury Armored Truck Heist Makes FBI Website

Walking The Crowds Of Supporters For Salisbury National Folk Festival

Stay Tuned For Some Video From Last Nights Folk Festival Kickoff

Ambulance firm, PRMC under federal Medicare fraud investigation

Federal authorities are investigating whether a private ambulance company, with Peninsula Regional Medical Center's cooperation, knowingly overbilled Medicare on thousands of nonemergency trips.

The probe stems from a whistleblower's lawsuit alleging that Hart to Heart Transportation Services falsified Medicare claims to make the case that ambulances were necessary to ferry newly-discharged hospital patients.

Dollar amounts of fraudulent claims filed by Hart to Heart were likely "in the millions," court documents say.

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Wicomico First Alert Says It Is True

Only because this deserves the attention of the public, I would like to issue a public statement in regards to a hundreds of millions of dollarfraud centered around a scam perpetrated by Peninsula Regional Medical Center and Hart to Heart Ambulance.
You MUST read this article! As a former employee at Hart to Heart, I can confirm EVERY allegation made by Bryan Arvey. Hart to Heart and Peninsula Regional Medical Center did deliberately defraud Medicare and insurance companies on a daily basis. If we arrived to transport a patient, and they were sitting in a chair, we were REQUIRED to ask the hospital staff to put the patient in bed. This happened on EVERY transport. They did not care if the patient was 100% ambulatory — we were INSTRUCTED on how to properly word ambulance reports to insure Medicare would cover the transport. If we didn’t document the way they wanted, they would send the report back to us, and require us to reword it. We were constantly told to document that a patient was not ambulatory, even if they had no limiting conditions. We were taught by our supervisors under what conditions Medicare or insurance pay for a transport, and were required to word our reports as such. Peninsula Regional Medical Center was completely aware of the fraud. I personally made complaints with the EMS Liaison in the Emergency Department. I also made a complaint with Steve Leonard (VP at the time) when I became employed by Peninsula Regional Medical Center.
This fraud doesn’t end with Medicare fraud, but I know private insurance companies and Wicomico Medicaid was also defrauded in quite the same way.
I had no idea this lawsuit was even filed until today. I will be in contact with Bryan Arvey to offer my support, and testimony.

Sheriff Says It Will Be CIVIL WAR Before Gun Confiscation

Sheriff Mike Lewis considers himself the last man standing for the people of Wicomico County.
“State police and highway patrol get their orders from the governor,” the Maryland sheriff said. “I get my orders from the citizens in this county.”

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Shanie Shields Running For County Council

Delaware may let students ‘choose’ their race, gender without parental consent

A proposal that would let students in Delaware as young as 5 choose their own race and gender-identity – without approval from their parents – has sparked a bitter battle in the First State.

On one side are parents who say they want a more welcoming climate for their transgender or non-binary children. On the other side are parents who say the proposal infringes on their basic parental rights.

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The Toys R' Us Apocalypse Continues With Another 200 Stores Likely To Close

Toys R' Us' woes continue as it looks like the once mighty toy retailer will be closing another 200 stores in top of the 180 stores that were previously reported to start closing this month.

WSJ reports also suggest that layoffs will be coming for a large number of corporate employees as the retailer continues to struggle after it declared bankruptcy back in September. No word yet on when or which stores will be the target for this next batch of closures, but we will be sure to update this story once that information becomes available.


Remembering Fallen Officer From Prince Georges County Mujahid Ramzziddin

Shot and killed helping a woman in a domestic incident.

Hats off to the Smith Island Cake Co. on Chesapeake Ave. in Crisfield

Hats off to the Smith Island Cake Co. on Chesapeake Ave. in Crisfield. Parking space for Wounded Warriors!

New Maryland system will allow 911 requests via text messages

Maryland residents who are deaf or have speech disabilities — or anyone with a reason to ask for help silently — could soon use their cellphones to send and receive 911 requests by text.

The state Board of Public Works voted Wednesday to approve a $2.4 million contract that will allow emergency responders across Maryland to receive and respond to 911 texts.

The two-year contract with Annapolis-based TeleCommunications Systems Inc. takes effect March 1. Counties that choose to join the systems could have 911 texts operating as soon as May.

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A year after Maryland lawmakers shepherded a beer industry compromise intended to help new breweries expand, the debate is beginning anew this week — and is looking as if it might devolve into a barroom brawl.

The first punches in the beer-fueled legislative fight could come in a House of Delegates committee room on Friday.

“There will be fireworks,” said Kevin Atticks, executive director of the Brewers Association of Maryland.

Comptroller Peter Franchot has rallied the state’s microbreweries and their customers to fight the regulations established last year that they say restrict craft brewers from growing. As the enforcer of state alcohol laws, Franchot is pitching a new set of even more sweeping reforms to remove limits set last year on beer production, taproom sales and distribution to bars and liquor stores.

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Maryland police officer shot and killed is second cop murdered in 12 hours

A Maryland police Medal of Valor winner was shot and killed Wednesday while intervening in a domestic violence dispute, officials said, making him the second police officer killed in the U.S. in just a 12-hour span.

Police named 14-year veteran Cpl. Mujahid A. Ramazziddin, 51, as the officer killed in the confrontation. He was off duty at the time of the incident. He was assigned to the Special Operations Division.

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Worcester County Sheriff New Phone System Update

Our office is in the process of transferring over to a new phone system. Please be patient with us during this transition. We are hopeful to have this new system in place between today/tomorrow (Feb 22/23). There may be adjustments made as needed during our initial phase in the new "prompt" system. Administrative staff office hours are M-F, 8-4:30, excluding holidays. After hours, please leave a message for the appropriate department and your call will be returned on the next business day. Should you need to reach someone at the Sheriff's Office, please take note of the following.


You have reached the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office, Snow Hill MD. If this is an emergency, please hang up and dial 911.

Please listen carefully as our menu options have changed. This call may be recorded. If you know your parties extension, you can dial it at any time

If you need a deputy to respond, or to reach our dispatch center, press 1.

For all other calls, press 2.
Please choose from the following:
-Press 1 for the Receptionist
-Press 2 for Warrants, Protective Orders and Extraditions
-Press 3 for Civil Clerks, Paper services, Expungements, Evictions, and Arrest Records.
-Press 4 for Accident Reports, Peddlers Licenses, or the Office of the Sheriff.
-Press 5 for the Property Room.
-Press 6 for the Sex Offender Unit
-Press 7 for Detectives in the Criminal Bureau of Investigations Unit
-Press 8 for the Criminal Enforcement Team
-Press 9 for the Range, Handgun Licensing, K9 Unit and employment applications

Downtown Salisbury Bikeshare Now Open For Business

Downtown Salisbury has a bikeshare

National Folk Festival Kickoff Celebration

Last night at Salisbury University the kickoff celebration took place and it my friends was amazing. I know there are some that don't look forward to the event and want it to fail for whatever reason, but I am supporting this event to the end so don't look for me to allow your bashing of this event. I will also be advertising it.

I really listen to a wide range of music so going into the folk festival world I wasn't sure what to expect, but I can tell you it has something for everyone. They had a band play last night that played gospel and like a Louisiana band sound that was enjoyed by all. This event does need the public's support to succeed and details will be forthcoming on how you can help.

This event can highlight our City and elevate it to a bigger spotlight if we all pitch in and show the world what we can do in Salisbury and why you should choose us as a place to live and work. The Perdue family was in attendance and will be a big part in helping us succeed. Give this a chance people I'm telling you it could be amazing

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

National Folk festival Kickoff Time

Day Of Filming IN The Books

I had been waiting for a beautiful day like this to begin my towns and cities of eastern shore series videos and today one mystery town was filmed. I have lots of edits and stuff to do but it's gonna be cool

Billy Graham Has Passed Away At 99

Billy Graham a truly great man has passed away at 99

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Talbot County Sheriff Press Release

CDS / Warrant Arrest: On February 9, 2018, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office stopped a motor vehicle on Washington Street near Judas Street for an equipment violation. Deputies identified the driver as Dylan Thomas Childers, 20 of Easton MD, a front seat passenger as Dre'Quan Tylek Stevens, 21 of Trappe, MD and a rear seat passenger as Justus Tyron Mills, 23 of Cambridge, MD who initially identified himself as "John Tyron Miller." Deputies detected the odor of marijuana inside the vehicle and a probable cause search was conducted resulting in the seizure of marijuana and paraphernalia related to controlled substances. Mills was found to have an active arrest warrant through Cambridge Police Department. Mills was arrested on the warrant and charged locally with false statement to a peace officer, two counts of possession of CDS paraphernalia and possession of marijuana. Mills was taken before a District Court Commissioner and released on his personal recognizance. Stevens was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana and released on his signature. Childers was charged on traffic citations for driving without a license and released to a licensed driver.
Warrant Arrest: On February 9, 2018, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff's Office arrested Sherrie Lynn Chambers, 45 of Easton, MD on two District Court Warrants, and two Circuit Court Warrants for violation of probation. Chambers was taken before a District Court Commissioner where she was ordered held on no bond at the Talbot County Detention Center pending a bond review in the Circuit Court for Talbot County.
CDS Arrests: On February 11, 2018, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office stopped a motor vehicle on Black Dog Alley near Kings Meadow Place for a moving violation. Deputies identified the driver as a 15 year old male and identified four other occupants in the vehicle. Deputies detected the odor of marijuana inside the vehicle and a probable cause search was conducted. Jacob Wayne Barklow, 20 of Bozman, MD and a 17 year old male were found in possession of marijuana and were issued civil citations. The driver was referred to juvenile service for driving without a license and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and was released to a parent.
Theft Arrest: On February 11, 2018, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office responded to 29000 block of Backtown Road, Trappe in reference to a theft from Freedom Fuels. The theft occurred on January 22, 2018 and was captured on Freedom Fuels’ surveillance cameras. Deputies were able to identify the suspect as William Lonnie Ross III, 19 of Trappe, MD. Ross III was issued a criminal citation for theft less than $100 and was released upon his signature.
Trespassing Arrest: On February 11, 2018, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff's Office responded to the 28000 block of Skipton Landing Road, Cordova, MD for a trespassing complaint. Deputies responded to the area and located two individuals at the landing, identified as Daniel Christopher Wroe, 55 of Denton, MD, and Gretta Lynn Thorwarth, 22 of Stevensville, MD. Deputies verified the property was properly marked with no trespassing signs and issued Wroe and Thorwarth criminal citations charging them with trespassing. Wroe and Thorwarth were released upon their signature on the citations.
CDS Arrests: On February 13, 2018, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office stopped a motor vehicle on Ocean Gateway near Queen Anne Highway for traveling in excess of 100 mph. Deputies identified the driver as Deion Vinson, 26 of Landover, MD and detected the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. A probable cause search of the vehicle was conducted and marijuana with related paraphernalia was located. Vinson was charged with excessive speed and reckless driving along with being issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana. Vinson was released upon his signature.
Warrant Service: On February 14, 2018, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office arrested Christopher Lee Chambers, 46 of Easton, MD on a Talbot County Circuit Court warrant for violation of probation. Chambers was transported to the Talbot County Detention Center held on no bond pending further action by the court.

Tonight At 5 Crisfield High School

Somers Cove Marina Community Yard Sale

Are you tired of RAIN?? Are you bummed because its cold? Well, get ready for SPRING! Clean out those closets, dust off that old furniture, pump up the tires on the old boat trailer and get ready to trade her in! Somers Cove Marina's first Community Yard Sale coming up May 26th. Don't miss out!



“Our officers are closely tied to their community,” said Ocean Pines Police Chief David Massey. “They take pride in serving our residents 24/7 and keeping our community safe.”
The largest residential community in Worcester County is ranked No. 1 for safety, with 1.56 violent crimes reported last year.
“This is huge! When anyone, anywhere asks the question, ‘What is the safest city in Maryland?’, word is going to get around that the answer is Ocean Pines,” said Ocean Pines General Manager John Bailey. “What great news for our community!”
The study, which was conducted by the National Council for Home Safety and Security, reviewed the most recent FBI Uniform Crime Report statistics along with the population data and internal research. The crime rate study eliminated any cities that failed to submit a complete crime report to the FBI and removed cities with populations under 10,000.
The remaining cities were ranked based on the number of reported violent crimes (aggravated assault, murder, rape and robbery) and property crimes (burglary, arson, larceny-theft and motor vehicle theft) per 1,000 people.
Ocean Pines has the lowest number of violent crimes and property crimes per 1,000 inhabitants, according to the statewide study.
“Our department works closely with our law enforcement partners in Worcester County, and we are constantly looking to share information about criminal activity both inside and outside Ocean Pines,” said Chief Massey.
Ocean Pines has a state-certified, full-service police agency that operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All sworn officers attend 23 weeks of intensive police training at the Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy in Salisbury. Upon graduation, all officers are certified by the Maryland Police Training Commission.
What makes this designation even cooler is that, in this safest environment, OPA also provides great experiences for our residents and guests. From indoor and outdoor pools, golf, marinas, racquet sports, parks and a plethora of recreation programs – Ocean Pines has it all! Oh yeah, and we’re at the beach,” said Bailey.

Maryland State Fire Marshal Notice Of Investigation

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Date:   February 19, 2018
Time:   9:00 a.m.
Location / Address:  712 Glasgow St., Cambridge, Dorchester Co.
Type of Incident:  Fire
Description of Structure / Property:  Two story wood frame single family dwelling
Owner / Occupants:   Walter McGriff
Injuries or Deaths:  None
Estimated $ Loss: Structure:  $75,000                      Contents: $25,000
Smoke Alarm Status:  Present and activated
Fire Alarm / Sprinkler Status:  n/a
Arrests(s):  None
Primary Responding Fire Department:  Rescue
# of Alarms: 2      # Of Firefighters:  65
Time to Control:  90 minutes
Discovered By:   Neighbor
Area of Origin:   Kitchen
Preliminary Cause:   Accidental, unattended cooking
Additional Information:  



MEDIA ADVISORY – February 20, 2018


WHO:             Salisbury Mayor Jake Day
National Council for the Traditional Arts (NCTA) Executive Director Julia Olin
National Folk Festival Local Manager Caroline O’Hare

WHAT:          The first 8 musical artists who will be performing at the National Folk Festival will be announced.

WHERE:        AMP Studios, 104 East Main St (One Plaza East Building) Downtown Salisbury

WHEN:          TODAY, Tuesday, February 20, 2018, 4:00pm

More about the National Folk Festival Artists Announcement 

The National Folk Festival will announce the first group of artists who will be performing in downtown Salisbury from September 7 – 9, 2018. The 78th National Folk Festival in 2018 marks the event’s first year of its three-year residency in Salisbury, MD.
Approximately 300 artists—musicians, dancers, storytellers, and craftspeople—will take part in the National Folk Festival, with more than 25 different musical groups performing on as many as seven outdoor performance venues throughout downtown Salisbury.
Over a dozen people of different backgrounds—and with a deep knowledge of music and art forms—came together from across Delmarva to serve as the local Musical Programming Advisory Committee. This committee’s role is to consider—and help the National Council for the Traditional Arts select—the artists who will perform at the National Folk Festival each year.
More performers will be announced as they are confirmed

Monday, February 19, 2018

Pedestrian Fatal Somerset County MD

Pedestrian Fatal Somerset County MD

On Sunday 2/18/18 at approximately 6:50 P.M. Troopers from the MSP Princess Anne Barrack responded to the area of MD Rt. 388 West Post Office Road and Freetown Road for a report of a single vehicle collision involving a pedestrian. Preliminary investigation revealed a passenger car driven by David Mitchell Jr was driving Eastbound on Maryland Rt. 388 when it struck a pedestrian that was sitting in the middle of the road. The pedestrian was declared deceased on scene by EMS Personnel and later by the responding forensic examiner. The pedestrian was identified as 53 year old female Kerri Eugenia Vaughan of Princess Anne MD. The on call Advanced Collision Investigator responded to the scene to take over the investigation. The road was closed for approximately 3 hours while the collision was being investigated. The investigation is currently ongoing.

Friday, February 16, 2018

Walmart Parking Lot Just Why

If you have ever been to the north Salisbury walmart then you know what I speak of. The Police had to show up because as you can see on right side of photo someone decided to squeeze in between other vehicles in a clearly marked no parking spot. Then the white cargo van sitting in another no parking zone up toward the  police car parked so close to a gentlemen in the handicapped spot the guy had to get in passenger door to get out. Just smh just smh

City to Hold Marathon Information Meeting

City to Hold Marathon Information Meeting

Salisbury – The City of Salisbury and TCR Event Management will conduct a public forum on March 1st, 2018 to provide information and answer questions about the upcoming Salisbury Marathon.  Residents of the City and County who live along the route are encouraged to attend.  A copy of the course map is attached to this email.  Course maps can also be found at under the “course” tab.

The forum will take place at 6:00 p.m. in Council Chambers, room 301 of the Government Office Building.  The forum is expected to last about an hour, but will continue for as long as needed to ensure that all questions are addressed.

For more information, contact the Mayor’s Office at 410-548-3100, or check out the Salisbury Marathon website at

What: Marathon Information Meeting
When: 6:00 p.m., Thursday, March 1st

Where: Council Chambers, room 301 of the Government Office Building, 125 N. Division St.

Queen Anne County Sheriff Press Release

NCIDENT: Theft -$1,000. 
DATE / TIME: 02/12/18 @ 2:00 pm 
LOCATION: Parking Lot of the Queenstown Outlets 
ARREST: William Wayne Lake, African American Male, DOB- 08/04/83, Denton, MD 
DETAILS: Deputy Thomas and Dfc. Creason received a complaint of theft from a victim. The victim had lost his cell phone at BWI airport. The victim called his phone and spoke to an unknown person. The suspect told the victim that he had his phone and he would meet him at the Queenstown Outlets providing that the victim give him $250.00 cash. Deputies observed a subject acting suspicious near the meeting place. At this time the suspect was confronted and the cell phone was recovered. The suspect, identified as William Wayne Lake was arrested and charged with Theft under $1,000.00. He was held at the Queen Anne's County Detention Center under a $2,000.00 bond.
DEPUTY: Deputy Thomas and Dfc. Creason
CASE: 18-4348
DATE AND TIME REPORTED: 0/12/18 @ 12:05pm
LOCATION: 218 Cross Creek Ct. Chester MD 21619
VICTIM: J and J Biz Solutions
NARRATIVE: On 2/12/18 at 12:05pm, Dfc. Jarrett responded to 218 Cross Creek Court for a report of a Fraud. During the investigation, the owner of J and J Biz Solutions explained that his bank notified him of several suspicious charges on his business checking account. Two of the charges were from Dubai in the United Arab Emirates totaling $2,710. The complainant informed Dfc. Jarrett that the suspicious charges began to appear on his account after he used his Debit Card at a Gas Station in PG County. The investigation continues. Anyone with information is asked to contact Dfc. Jarrett @ 410-758-0770 ext. 1244 or
CASE NUMBER: 18-4342

Easton Police Press Release

Easton Police Community Alert

Community Alert
On February 14, 2018 Officers were advised by a citizen of a possible theft scheme/ fraud. The victim reported that they had contacted a seller on the mobile app “Let Go” to purchase a cell phone. The seller and buyer agreed to meet in the area of Jowite Street, Easton, MD to complete the trade. It was found that the seller misrepresented the cell phone being sold and that the buyer had purchased a damaged and inoperable cell phone. While investigating this matter, Officers learned that the possible seller(s) were going to use the “Let Go” app to set up buyers for fake purchases and then rob them when they arrived for the trade.
The Easton Police Department does not discourage the use of apps such as “Let Go” by citizens. It does recommend that citizens take precautions whenever they choose to make purchases from or trades with people they are unfamiliar with.
Research the buyer: Make attempts to confirm that the seller is reputable. Many websites and apps that facilitate the sale or trade of items provide the opportunity for buyers to rate the seller.
Be aware of your surroundings: Don’t go to areas or neighborhoods which you are unfamiliar with. Choose well lit, very public locations that allow your exchange to be viewed by others. The Easton Police Department is a participant in “Transaction Safe Place” and is available as an exchange location.
Trust your instincts: If you find yourself uncomfortable with the buyer, location or other factors of the exchange, be willing to walk away from the deal.
If you follow these simple guidelines, you can increase your personal safety and ensure that you aren’t being taken advantage of

Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office Press Release

On Friday, February 9, 2018 members of the Tactical Narcotics Team which consists of Detectives from the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office and the Cambridge Police Department executed a Search and Seizure Warrant at 406 Skinners Court, Cambridge, Md. Upon entry the target of the investigation 21 year old Daquan Martell Jones was located inside of the house. The search of the suspect and the residence revealed him to be in possession of 47 baggies of a Heroin/ Fentanyl, 6.2 g...
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Denton Police Need Our Help

Can anyone identify this man? He is suspected of stealing a display iPhone from Walmart on February 13, 2018 at about 11:30 pm. He was seen leaving the parking lot driving a red Dodge Durango. Anyone with information regarding this matter is asked to contact the us at 410-479-1414 or send us an email to and refer to case number 1802150024.

The Pocomoke City Police Department will conduct a Sobriety Checkpoint as part of a national campaign on March 17, 2018

The Pocomoke City Police Department will conduct a Sobriety Checkpoint as part of a national campaign on March 17, 2018. The goal is to reduce the number of drunk or drugged drivers on Worcester County roadways.

Riverwalk Amphitheater Ground Breaking This Morning In Downtown Salisbury

Chincoteague Police Remind You Of Burning Law Now In Effect

BURNING LAW: Starting tomorrow (2/15/18) until April 30th, Virginia's Burning Law goes into effect. Burning is permitted between the hours of 4pm and midnight only. Read about Virginia Code §10.1-1142 below.
#CPD #DOF #burnignlaw #dontburnbefore4pm

Troopers Seek Public’s Assistance in Locating Burglary/Theft Suspects

Troopers Seek Public’s Assistance in Locating Burglary/Theft Suspects

Felton/Dover– The Delaware State Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating two suspects who are wanted in connection with a Burglary and a Theft incident.
The first incident occurred on Tuesday, January 16, 2018, when Troopers responded to the Manship Chapel Church located at 4912 Burnite Mill Road, Felton for a theft complaint.  It was discovered that two suspects had entered the property and removed parts from an exterior air-conditioning unit.  Surveillance cameras on the property captured a white male and a white female on the property, driving an older model Buick Regal.
The second incident occurred on Thursday, February 1, 2018, when Troopers responded to the Goose Creek Car Wash located at 1708 E. Lebanon Road, Dover for a burglary complaint.  It was discovered that the suspects had utilized an acetylene torch to gain entry into a storage room, and once inside they caused significant damage to a coin machine. The suspects stole an undisclosed amount of cash from the machine prior to fleeing the business. 
Through investigative measures, two suspects were identified in connection with both incidences, 19-year-oldSavanah Killingher and 47-year-old Joseph Robinette.  The suspects are known to be homeless and are operating a 1996 grey or blue two door Buick Regal with PA license plate KLS-8973 (pictured above). The rear driver’s side window of the vehicle is broken. 
Both suspects have active warrants out of Troop 3 for Burglary 3rd, 2 counts of Theft, 2 counts of Criminal Mischief, Criminal Trespass, and 2 counts of Conspiracy. 
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of these two suspects is asked to please contact Troop 3 Criminal Investigations Unit, Detective P. Campbell at 302-698-8504. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware crime stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or via the internet at

Troopers Arrest Three Suspects for Multiple Weapons Charges

Troopers Arrest Three Suspects for Multiple Weapons Charges

Seaford- The Delaware State Police have arrested two suspects in connection with the theft of multiple firearms and a third suspect for receiving a stolen firearm.
The incident was reported on Sunday, February 11, 2018 at approximately 11:37 a.m. when a 29-year-old victim from Seaford reported that six firearms and Dewalt power tools were taken from his residence while he was out of town.  Further investigation revealed that the victim allowed 24-year-old Marissa Schurman of Milford to stay at his residence for approximately 2 weeks while he was away from his residence.  During this timeframe, Marissa allowed her boyfriend, 26-year-old Roland C. Wainwright of Frederica to also stay at the residence.  Through investigative measures, it was discovered that Wainwright had pawned four of the firearms as well as the tools that belonged to the victim.
On Tuesday, February 13, 2018, Schurman and Wainwright responded to Troop 3 where both were subsequently taken into custody without incident.  Further investigation revealed that one of the firearms, a colt .38 revolver had been sold to subject identified as 19-year-old Marc Johnsonof Milford.
Through a coordinated effort between Tr00p 5, Tr00p 3, members of the Kent County Drug Unit (KDU), and the Milford Police Department, the firearm was recovered and Marc Johnson was apprehended without incident.
Schurman was charged with 6 counts of Theft of a Firearm.  She was arraigned out of the Justice of the Peace Court 2 and released on $18,000.00 unsecured bond.
Wainwright was charged with 6 counts of Theft of a Firearm, 6 counts of Theft, 5 counts of Falsifying Business Records, and 5 counts of Selling Stolen Property.  He was arraigned out of the Justice of the Peace Court 2 and committed to the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center on $34,000.00 secured bond.
Johnson was charged with Carrying a Concealed Deadly Weapon and Receiving a Stolen Firearm.  He was arraigned out of the Justice of the Peace Court 2 and committed to the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center on $13,000.00 secured bond.
This case continues to remain under investigation for the recovery of the sixth firearm that was alleged to have been stolen.  Anyone with information pertaining to this case is asked to please contact Troop 5, TFC. Z. Bonniwell at 302-232-3482.  Information may also be provided by calling Delaware crime stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or via the internet at