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Thursday, July 2, 2015

Be Here Tomorrow For The Second Part Of The Chief Kelvin Sewell Story

Pocomoke City Press Release On Chief Sewell Situation

National Weather Service Sending Team To Wicomico

The National Weather Service will be sending a Survey Team to Salisbury/eastern Wicomico to determine if the damage from today's storm was the result of a tornado. 

Wicomico County Sheriff Press Release

Press Releases - July 2, 2015


Incident: Burglary / Assault

Date of Incident: 1 July 2015

Location: 200 block of Silver Street, Salisbury, MD

Suspect: Ediberto Sanchez-Hernandez, 37, Salisbury, MD

Ediberto Sanchez-HernandezEdiberto Sanchez-Hernandez

Narrative: On 1 July 2015 at 10:06 AM a deputy arrested Ediberto Sanchez-Hernandez following a complaint that he entered a residence without permission and engaged in what was described as inappropriate behavior. According to the complainant in this case, upon entering the residence, Sanchez-Hernandez exposed his penis and made overt suggestions in reference to activity he allegedly desired.

According to the victim in this case, Sanchez-Hernandez groped the victim before leaving. After the victim stated that all of this behavior was unwanted, the deputy conducted an investigation which culminated in the arrest of Sanchez-Hernandez. Following arrest, the deputy transported Sanchez-Hernandez to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, Sanchez-Hernandez was detained on a bond of $15,000.00.

Charges: Burglary 4th Degree
                Assault 2nd Degree
                Indecent Exposure
                Sex Offense 4th Degree

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Incident: Assault

Date of Incident: 1 July 2015

Location: 700 block of Westover Drive, Salisbury, MD

Suspect: Ivan Bertram Curtis, 50, Salisbury, MD
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Narrative: On 1 July 2015 at 10:46 AM a deputy arrested Ivan Curtis following a complaint he came to a residence in the 700 block of Westover Drive and created a disturbance. According to the complainant, she became embroiled in an argument with Ivan Curtis when Curtis struck her in the face and grabbed her by the throat. According to the victim, Curtis then forced her into his vehicle and held a knife to her throat while implying he was going to kill her. According to the victim, she was then driven to a secluded area where Curtis dragged her into the woods while threatening to kill her. Curtis ultimately drove her back to her residence and left before the arrival of a deputy.

During the investigation the deputy observed signs of injury that corroborated her account.

At the conclusion of the investigation the deputy obtained a warrant for Curtis’ arrest and upon apprehension he was transported 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 Curtis on a bond of $15,000.00.

Charges: Kidnapping
                False Imprisonment
                Assault 1st Degree
                Reckless Endangerment
                Dangerous Weapon

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Incident: Assault

Date of Incident: 2 July 2015

Location: 7000 block of Canal Street, Willards, MD

Suspect: Brandon Glenn Foutz, 35, Willards, MD

Brandon FoutzBrandon Foutz

Narrative: On 2 July 2015 at   1:37 PM a deputy arrested Brandon Foutz in connection to a reported assault. According to the complainant in this case, Brandon Foutz became embroiled in an argument over a blanket with a subject he resides with when Foutz attempted to assault her. According to the complaint, Foutz threw her into a wall before taking her to the ground. During the investigation, the deputy observed signs of injury that corroborated her account.

Upon arrest the deputy transported Foutz to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. After an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Foutz in the Detention Center in lieu of $40,000.00 bond.

Charges: Assault 2nd Degree
                 Reckless Endangerment

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Incident: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol

Date of Incident: 2 July 2015

Location: Carroll Street, Salisbury, MD

Suspect: Lauren Carol Alexander, 22, Salisbury, MD

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Narrative: On 2 July 2015 at 2:05 AM a deputy stopped a vehicle for speeding, erratic driving and displaying an expired registration plate on Carroll Street. Upon making contact with the operator, Lauren Alexander, the deputy detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from within the passenger compartment. Based on the odor and other physical indicators the deputy initiated sobriety testing, at the conclusion of which the deputy placed Alexander under arrest for DUI.

During subsequent processing, Alexander provided a breath sample that measured .16.

Alexander was released upon the issuance of citations.

Charges: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol Per Se

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Incident: WCSO Warrant Arrests

Date of Incident: 1 July 2015

On 1 July 2015 a deputy arrested Roxanne Jenette Lutz, 31 of Salisbury, MD, on a District Court Bench Warrant that was issued after she violated the terms of her probation in a theft case. Lutz was detained on a bond of $10,000.00

Roxanne LutzRoxanne Lutz

On 1 July 2015 a deputy arrested Jacob Lee Miller, 26 of Salisbury, MD, on three Circuit Court Bench Warrants. All three were issued after Miller violated the terms of his probation in a burglary case, a felony theft case and a CDS Possession case. Miller was detained on a total bond of $75,000.00

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Releasing Authority: Lt. Tim Robinson        Date:  1 July 2015

The Pocomoke Situation


It has been a very busy past half of day since breaking the news regarding the departure of Chief Of Police Kelvin Sewell from Pocomoke. I have had numerous news agencies contact me about this story along with other elected officials to fill them in on what in the world was happening.

I just want to let things play out and see if this situation changes. Tonight in Pocomoke at 6:30 at the  New Macedonia Baptist Church citizens and leaders of the community will be meeting to ask for the reinstatement of the Chief or explain the reasons for his departure. I want to allow this to occur and see how it plays out before I take the next step in unraveling this story to the public.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Sad News Out Of Pocomoke As Chief Kelvin Sewell Says Farewell



Chief Kelvin Sewell is no longer the Chief of Police In Pocomoke in a shocking turn of events. Crime  is at 20 year all time low and no homicides have occurred since 2010 when he took Office. Kelvin is also a community favorite. There is so much more to this story that has to do with the corruption and the good old boy network in Worcester County. Chief Sewell will be missed

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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

America Needs More


True American Heroes like Chris Kyle and less


freaks like Bruce Jenner

Ted Phoebus Has Passed Away

Long time Clerk Of Somerset County Courts has died.

Somerset County Sheriff Press Release

Jamar Lee Alexander of Crisfield, arrested 6-10-15 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Alexander was later held on a  $500.00 bond.

 

Ronald Leon Hughes of Belair Maryland arrested 6-11-15 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Hughes was held on a $500.00 bond. 

 

Paul Allen Fridley of Crisfield, arrested 6-15-15 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Fridley was later released on personal recognizance. 

 

Ronald Lee Hall of Crisfield, arrested 6-16-15 on a warrants for attempted 2nd degree assault, and malicious destruction of property. Hall was later released on a $40,000 unsecured bond. 

 

Mark Wesley Pruitt of Crisfield, arrested 6-16-15 on a warrant for theft, and malicious destruction of property. Pruitt was later released on an unsecured bond. 

 

Paul Franklin Tyler 3rd of Crisfield, arrested 6-16-15 on a warrant for theft and malicious destruction of property. Tyler was later released on an unsecured bond. 

 

Kevin Lamont Whidbee of Crisfield, arrested 6-18-15 on a warrant for violation of probation. Whidbeee was later held without bond. 

 

Toni Liesa Miles of Princess Anne, arrested 6-20-15 for possession of cds, not marijuana. Miles was later released on an unsecured bond. The arrest was the result of a traffic stop conducted by deputies in the area of Bratten Ave, Princess Anne. Deputies recovered suspected Xanax pills from within the vehicle. 

 

Richard Douglas Reynolds of Princess Anne, arrested 6-20-15 for driving under the influence of alcohol, driving impaired by alcohol, reckless driving, and failing to drive right of center. Reynolds was later released on signature pending court actions. 

 

Matthew Dawayne Holbrook of Crisfield, arrested 6-22-15 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Holbrook was later released after posting bond. 

 

Robert Fred Littleton of Westover, arrested 6-23-15 for 2nd degree assault, and possession of suspected marijuana. Littleton was later released on a $5,000 unsecured bond. The arrest was the result of an investigation where Littleton allegedly assaulted a female within their residence during a verbal altercation. 

 

Shswan Lomeek Reddick of Princess Anne, Criminal summons served 6-24-15 regarding theft less than $1,000. Reddick was later released on signature pending court actions. 

 

Kenneth Leon Collins Jr. of Princess Anne, arrested 6-26-15 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Collins was later held on a $500.00 bond. 

 

Cellar Door Tavern Closes It's Doors


Cellar Door Tavern is the latest casualty in the battle for Downtown Salisbury revitalization. The Tavern was owned by County Executive Bob Culver who sold it to his children when elected. As many of you know I am not a fan of Culver and you probably were expecting me to gloat that he failed, but you would be wrong. I dislike seeing any business fail that is trying to help Downtown be great again.

The issue is not Bob Culver or the restaurant, it's about the Downtown and it's identity crisis. I think we all want Downtown to come to life again and be a great City Center with commerce and foot traffic, the problem is our Downtown is not conducive to that with the way it has been shaped the past 30 years.

 If you look back at the photos from the hayday of Downtown Salisbury it was full of stores. Take a look at the photos below.




Notice the stores filling the buildings. What happened is when the Salisbury mall was built in the late 60's these stores started leaving Downtown which meant lots of vacancies.

The main thing Downtown at that point that brought people in was the Court House. In the 40's, 50's and 60's there were far fewer lawyers than there are today, so when the 70's rolled in with more lawyers and tons of vacant buildings the wave of lawyers moved in. This is exactly where we are at today. If you ride Downtown starting toward the State's Attorney's Building and look left and right as you go down Main street 80% of the buildings are lawyers offices. What happens then is when businesses try to make it they become the exception to the rule which means people have no reason other than court to be down there.


10 law firms with one dress shop, or coffee shop stuck in the middle is what you have Downtown. There are only two ways this Revitalization is going to work.

1. They build in the lot behind WMDT and make it a nice place like the place built by Salisbury University shown below, which contains lots of stores and reasons to go.


2. Move the law firms into the Wicomico Hotel and free up the buildings for real businesses.

I just don't see how much more can be done Downtown when all the buildings are full of Lawyers. We basically are seeing the few buildings that aren't Law Offices being given a go only to fail most of the time. No fault of the owners just unless you are a criminal and frequent Downtown to get your bail or see your Lawyer, normal people just don't have a reason to go. 

Monday, June 29, 2015

Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Press Release

Worcester County Sheriff’s Office

Press Release

  
   On Monday June 22, 2015 at approximately 0155 hours a Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Deputy stopped a vehicle on Route 90 Berlin, Maryland for a speed violation. During the stop the deputy observed certain indicators of suspicious activity. A K-9 Officer was called to scan the vehicle. The K-9 had a positive alert on the vehicle. During a search of the vehicle a loaded handgun was found under the front passenger side seat. The driver, Seth Thomas Hughes 22 years of age from Hazleton Pa., was arrested and transported to the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office for processing. Mr. Hughes was charged with possession of a handgun and released pending trial.


On Monday June 22, 2015 at approximately 1818 hours Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Deputies stopped a black in GMC Yukon for failing to drive right of the center line and other signs of negligent driving on Route 113 near Public Landing Rd. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Merysol Mendez-Reyes50 years of age from Newark New Jersey. A search of the vehicle revealed over 1,000 cartons of untaxed cigarettes.

Ms. Mendez-Reyes was arrested and charged with transporting untaxed cigarettes and possessing untaxed cigarettes. Ms. Mendez- Reyes was given warnings for her negligent driving and failing to drive right of center. Ms. Mendez-Reyes was taken before a District Court Commissioner and was held on a $ 10,000 bond. 



On 06/28/2015 WCSO responded to a residence on Coral Reef Drive for a report of a theft of $10,000 cash from a vehicle that occurred earlier. Through investigation Demetrius Mobley, 22, of Hillside Illinois was identified as a possible suspect. A search of Mr. Mobley property resulted in the recovery of the $10,000. Mobley was placed under arrest and charged with one count of theft $10,000 - Under $100,000.

 

Mr. Mobley was taken before the District Court Commissioner and released on a $10,000 unsecured bond.

Ocean City Police Press Release

(June 29, 2015) – A West Virginia teen is currently in stable condition after falling from a fifth story window in downtown Ocean City.

On June 28, 2015, at approximately 9:30 p.m., Ocean City police responded to a hotel in the area of 2nd Street and Atlantic Avenue for a report of an individual that had fallen from a fifth floor window. Upon arrival, officers observed a male that had been injured from the fall in an alley directly below an open window. He was later identified as Ricky Leon Miller, 18, of Hedgesville, WV. Miller was treated on scene by Ocean City Emergency Medical Services and flown to University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center by Maryland State Police Trooper 4 where he is currently listed in stable condition.

After an initial investigation, Ocean City Police Criminal Investigation Division detectives determined that prior to the fall, Miller assaulted a 26-year-old female who was pushing a baby stroller on the third floor of the hotel. The assault was unprovoked and Miller had no prior contact with the female. Miller then fled to the fifth floor of the hotel and was attempting to exit through a hallway window when he fell five stories to the alley below.

Alcohol and drugs are believed to have been contributing factors. The investigation is ongoing and pending charges against Miller have not been determined at this time.

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Crisfield Council Member Erik Emely Receiving Special Favors?

Erik Emely is a Crisfield City Councilman Who recently applied for and received a permit to do a boatdocking on the city dock with no questions asked. He also invited outside food vendors to the event without asking anyone in town their thoughts. According to sources Erik has Adams ribs selling Beer liquor with his liquor licesnse not on the permit app.   

He is also asking for donations for the boat docking even though he got the use for free. Many people are concerned over this as it seems like a favoritism deal

Wicomico County Sheriff Press Release


Incident: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol

Date of Incident: 25 June 2015

Location: Salisbury Blvd at Ohio Ave, Salisbury, MD

Suspect: Joseph Clark Hollaway, 39, Delmar, MD

Narrative: On 25 June 2015 at 12:29 AM a deputy stopped a vehicle operated by Joseph Hollaway for driving 71 mph in a 35 mph zone on Salisbury Boulevard.  Upon contact with Hollaway, the deputy detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from within the interior of the vehicle. Based on the odor and other physical indicators, the deputy initiated sobriety testing. At the conclusion of the testing, the deputy placed Hollaway under arrest for DUI.

During subsequent processing, Hollaway provided a breath sample that measured .14.

Hollaway was released upon the issuance of citations.

Charges: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol Per Se

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Incident: Sex Offender Violation

Date of Incident: 25 June 2015

Location: Wicomico County

Suspect: Brett E. Evans, 51, Salisbury, MD

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Narrative: On 25 June 2015 a deputy arrested Brett Evans for failing to correctly register as a sex offender as required. Evans, as a result of being convicted for a Rape in the 4th Degree in Delaware, was required to register as a Sex Offender. Upon relocated to Wicomico County in 2013 Evans initially complied with the requirement, but he informed the Sex Offender Registration Unit at the Sheriff’s Office that Evans was homeless as of May 28, 2015.

Due to his declaration of being homeless, Evans was required to check in with the sheriff’s Office on a weekly basis. An investigator with the Sex Offender Registration Unit discovered that Evan was regularly staying at a location outside of Wicomico County after declaring he was homeless.

Following an initial appearance, Evans was detained in the Detention Center in lieu of $10,000.00 bond.

Charges: Failure to Register as a Sex Offender
                Providing False Information as Sex Offender

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Incident: Fugitive from Delaware

Date of Incident: 26 June 2015

Location: 7000 block of Canal Street, Willards, MD

Suspect: Verlin Richard Hudson, 40, Willards, MD

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Narrative: On 26 June 2015 at 4:45 PM a deputy arrested Verlin Hudson of Willards as a Fugitive from the State of Delaware. Authorities in that state wanted Hudson in connection with a forgery case.

Hudson was detained without bond pending extradition back to Delaware.

Charges: Fugitive from Delaware                                                     
             Releasing Authority: Lt. Tim Robinson        Date:  26 June 2015

SPD Press Release

Beau Oglesby Owned By Worcester County Law Enforcement


The three lower shore counties are represented each by a State's Attorney. Matt Maciarello in Wicomico, Dan Powell in Somerset and Beau Oglesby in Worcester. 2 of these have integrity imho and 1 doesn't, that one would be the one shown in the photo Beau Oglesby.

Beau sold himself to the Police agencies in Worcester County, particularly the Sheriff's Department and Ocean City PD. Beau knows without their support he would not be where he is because he is not a likable guy, Beau wants to be a cop and so he pretends he is one by going on raids with the Sheriff's Department.

Beau doesn't cross swords with the agencies that put him in his seat because he knows they would dump him like a hot potato. The other two gentlemen that represent the lower shore aren't slaves to the system. A person like Beau so desperate to be a somebody will never rock the boat with the people who put him there, and that's the sad part. When you are afraid to do the right thing for fear of losing support, that's when you pull out your price tag and see how much you sold your integrity for.


Can Pocomoke Recover From The Dark Cloud Of Russ Blake?


The three individuals in this picture are the number one reason why Pocomoke has been under a dark cloud for the better part of 20 years.

Russ Blake is the most feared man in Worcester County as he has dirt on everyone that has come and gone in the County. Russ has been the City Manager who has been more like a roman emperor. Mike McDermott was the Mayor of Pocomoke at one time and was bff with Blake and the two did everything together. Blake made the plans, McDermott followed along. When McDermott left finally and Bruce Morrison was elected many had hopes for change, unfortunately those who were not aware didn't realize Morrison was just a McDermott lackey who became a warm buddy in which Blake could continue to rule from his throne.

With Blake retiring one could hope that new blood would come in and change this dark cloud into one of sunshine, but the powers that be are not going to go down without a fight. Look closely at the candidates who make the final cut and look for alliances because there will be.

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Friday, June 26, 2015

The Fall Of Society And My Response To It


If you hadn't already thought so, the ruling of the supreme court today in favor of gay marriage shows that society itself is in it's death spiral. I am going to tell you now that things are going to change on my site, and if you are an ultra liberal you will not like my opinion pieces from this day forward. I will provide the news to inform the public of whats happening around us, but I will no longer sit idly by having an outlet to express my dismay over the worlds fall and not speak out about it.

I am not gong to apologize for my Christian beliefs and will not be shamed into accepting the way things are. You can call me whatever you like, I don't wish ill will to anyone even those I don't agree with their lifestyle but you are not going to make me feel like I should accept it because society has fallen.

This Country has fallen so far so fast. Gay marriage, Bruce Jenner, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, Confederate flag nonsense and taking away our right to keep and bear arms. The people who will stand and applaud the list above and want the confederate flag wiped from history are the same ones who will stand and support people who take the US Flag and burn it.

This has to stop and if people become too afraid to speak out for fear being labeled as something than we give up fighting for our beliefs. This Country needs to stand up for its traditional values and stop being told we must accept the changes. I do not wish ill upon those I disagree with, but I have the right to think for myself and say how I feel.


Leave The Sharks Alone


Over the past few days the only thing people are talking about are the sharks in ocean city. People you do realize sharks actually live in the ocean, and having shark sightings is only more prevalent now because people have cell phones that take pictures and videos. The sharks are not trying to eat you, its a poor hammerhead mom who just had her babies swimming around. Leave her alone and let her be, and stop stressing over the sharks ..they are supposed to be there

Thursday, June 25, 2015

The Summer Of The Shark In Ocean City

These constant shark sighting off of Ocean City are amazing . I never remember seeing so many reports of sharks here

Dead Stock In Downtown Salisbury A Success


This place is always busy with sneaker heads and apparel junkies buying selling and trading. Check it out across from Courthouse