Friday, March 16, 2018

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Thursday, March 15, 2018

Easter Egg Hunt

Wicomico County Sheriff Press Release

Incident: Assault
Date of Incident: 11 March 2018
Location: 900 block of Sweet Birch Lane, Salisbury, MD
Suspect: Stephon E. Harris, 28, Salisbury, MD
Narrative: On 11 March 2018 at 1:00 AM, a deputy responded to a reported domestic related assault call in the 900 block of Sweet Birch Lane. Upon arrival, the deputy met with a female victim who reported that she had been assaulted by Stephon Harris. During the ensuing investigation of this incident, the deputy observed signs of injury that corroborated the victim’s account.
The deputy placed Harris under arrest and transported him to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner released Harris on a $2,000.00 unsecured bond.
Charges: Assault 2nd Degree

Incident: Burglary Arrest
Date of Incident: 12 March 2018
Location: 100 block of E. Lillian Street, Hebron, MD
Suspect: Aaron Joel Matthews, 25, No Fixed Address
Narrative: On 12 March 2018 at 12:55 PM, a deputy arrested Aron Matthews in connection with a residential burglary in Hebron that occurred back in January. A subject, later identified as Aaron Matthews, reportedly smashed a rear window to gain access to a home while the residents were gone. Once inside, Matthews allegedly stole U.S. Currency and a coin collection along with various important documents that belonged to the victim. During the investigation, it was learned that Matthews used to reside at this residence but was currently homeless.
During the ensuing investigation of the crime, a search warrant was executed at a separate residence which unearthed much of the property stolen from the victim in this case. It was determined that Aaron Matthews was the one who brought the purloined property to the location where is was discovered.
Following his arrest, Matthews was transported to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner for an initial appearance. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Matthews in the Detention Center without bond.
Charges: Burglary 1st Degree, Theft $1,500.00 to $25,000.00, Malicious Destruction of Property

Incident: Possession of Cocaine
Date of Incident: 13 March 2018
Location: Riverside Drive at Carroll Street, Salisbury, MD
Suspect: Jennifer Lynn Miller, 38, Hebron, MD
Narrative: On 13 March 2018 at 11:40 AM, a deputy stopped a vehicle operated by Jennifer Miller after observing that Miller’s car displayed an expired registration. Because of indicators observed by the deputy, a WCSO Drug K9 team was called to the scene to conduct a scan. Following an alert, the deputy located a baggie of what was identified as cocaine inside the vehicle along with syringes.
The deputy placed Miller under arrest and transported her to the Central Booking Unit where she was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner released Miller on Personal Recognizance.
Charges: Possession of CDS and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

R.I.P Toys R Us

All stores are closing. Growing up Toys R Us was the place to be , it along with Kmart Closing are truly the end of an era

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

The Maryland State Police Easton Barrack conducted a tour of the barrack for 64 first graders from Easton Elementary School

The Maryland State Police Easton Barrack conducted a tour of the barrack for 64 first graders from Easton Elementary School. During this event, Cpl Taylor and MSP K9 Boomer of the JFK Barrack and our Crime Scene Technicians Sam Woods and Angela Shaw conducted a presentation for the kids as well. We hope the students had a great time and a positive experience. LEARN MORE ABOUT EASTON BARRACK >>

Troopers Seek Publics Assistance in Locating Wanted Suspect

Troopers Seek Publics Assistance in Locating Wanted Suspect

Keith R. Jones
Keith R. Jones
Georgetown- The Delaware State Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating the above suspect who is wanted in connection with Vehicular Assault First degree and multiple traffic charges.
The incident occurred on December 10, 2017 at approximately 4:24 a.m. when Troopers were dispatched to Oak Orchard Road at Nelsa Lane, Millsboro for a crash involving a single vehicle into a tree.  Upon arrival, Troopers discovered that the driver, later identified as 23-year-old Keith R. Jonesof Georgetown had fled the scene.  A passenger in the vehicle, a 22-year-old man, was trapped and had to be extracted.  The passenger was removed from the scene by EMS and transported to the Beebe Memorial Hospital with serious injuries.
Jones was located at approximately 4:52 a.m. at a residence on Basin Road.  Jones had sustained injuries as a result of the crash and was subsequently transported by EMS to the Beebe Memorial Hospital where he was admitted.
Upon Jones’ release from the hospital, Troopers have been unable to locate him.  Jones  currently has active warrants out of Troop 4, for Vehicular Assault First degree, Driving a Vehicle Under the Influence-3rd Offense, Leaving the Scene of a Collision, Driving While Suspended or Revoked, and other traffic related offenses.
If anyone has information on the whereabouts of Jones, they are asked to please contact Troop 4, Corporal N. Klahr at 302-752-3878. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware crime stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or via the internet at

*Update 2* Two Suspects Arrested in Robbery of a Gas Station – Milton

*Update 2* Two Suspects Arrested in Robbery of a Gas Station – Milton

Milton- The Delaware State Police have arrested two suspects in connection with the robbery of a Valero Gas Station.
The incident occurred around 7:42 p.m. Thursday, December 7, 2017, as a male subject armed with a handgun entered the Valero Gas Station located at 25576 Deep Branch Road. The suspect approached the clerk at the counter and demanded cash from the register. The employee complied with the suspect’s demands and the suspect was able to remove an undisclosed amount of cash. The suspect fled the store in an unknown direction. The clerk was not injured.
Through investigative measures, Detectives identified two suspects, 23-year-old Christian S. Ferryof Rehoboth Beach and 34-year-old Michael N. Gieron of Lewes.  One of the suspects entered the business while the other suspect waited outside in a getaway vehicle.
On Tuesday, March 13, 2018, Ferry was taken into custody at a residence located in the 300 block of Munson Street, Rehoboth Beach without incident and transported to Troop 4.  Gieron was already in custody at the Sussex Correctional Institution on unrelated charges.  Both suspects were charged with Robbery First Degree, Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Felony, Aggravated Menacing, Wearing a Disguise During the Commission of a Felony, and Conspiracy Second Degree.  Ferry was arraigned out of the Justice of the Peace Court 2 and committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution on $61,000.00 secured bond.  Gieron was also arraigned out of the Justice of the Peace Court 2, received $61,000.00 secured bond on these charges and remained incarcerated.
This case continues to remain under investigation.

Walmart will start delivering groceries to shoppers across the US — and it's a direct assault against Amazon

Walmart is expanding its grocery delivery service across the US this year, the company announced Wednesday. 
The service, which offers same-day delivery in as little as three hours, will be expanded from six metro areas to more than 100, ultimately reaching more than 40% of US households by the end of the year. 
Walmart will charge a flat fee of $9.95 for delivery and require a minimum order of $30 to access the service.
The retailer plans to use its own personal shoppers to pick and pack delivery orders in more than 800 stores. It will partner with Uber and other crowdsourced delivery companies to transport the groceries to customers' doorsteps.
"We're moving fast to save our customers time," Tom Ward, vice president of digital operations for Walmart, said on a call with reporters on Tuesday.

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Matt Crisafulli Fundraiser Tonight At Sunset Grille

Monday, March 12, 2018

Easton Police Press Release

Princess Anne Police Department Press Release

PRINCESS ANNE — Princess Anne Police Chief Tim Bozman releases information about two individuals charged with attempted murder stemming from separate incidents.
• On 3-10-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Kris Edward Somers, 23, of Crisfield, Maryland for attempted first degree murder. The arrest stemmed from when officers responded to the Princess Anne Townhouses located on Pine Knoll Drive for a multiple stabbing. Investigation revealed that Somers was involved in an altercation with three other subjects when Somers assaulted them with a knife. All three victims were transported to PRMC where one victim was released, the second victim was admitted with non-life threating injuries, and the third victim was admitted and listed as in stable condition. Somers was charged with three counts of attempted first degree murder, three counts of second degree murder, three counts of first degree assault, three counts of second degree assault, three counts of reckless endangerment, disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and dangerous weapon-intent to injure. Somers was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Somers was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.
• On 3-10-18, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Justin Michael Quinones, 26, of Fruitland, Maryland for attempted first degree murder. The arrest stemmed from a domestic disturbance on 3-9-18 on Antioch Avenue Extended, where Quinones fired several rounds from a firearm at the victim. The victim was not hit by any of the rounds; however, Quinones fled the area prior to police arrival. Quinones was later located on 3-10-18 in Fruitland, Maryland and was subsequently taken into custody. Quinones was charged with attempted first degree murder, attempted second degree murder, assault first degree, assault second degree, reckless endangerment, dangerous weapon-intent to injure, burglary 4th degree, home invasion, malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.00, disorderly conduct, illegal possession of regulated firearm, and two counts of disturbing the peace. Quinones was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond. Quinones was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.
Also from the PAPD:
• On 3-5-18, the Princess Anne Police Department served Paytra Darnay Mills, 25, of Fruitland, Maryland with an outstanding District Court arrest warrant. The arrest warrant charged Mills with malicious destruction of property under $1,000.00, disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace-hinder passage, disturbing the peace, and affray in regards to an incident that occurred on 12-24-17 at the Royal Farms store located at 30452 Mt. Vernon Road. Mills was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $3,000.00 unsecure bond.

Wicomico County States Attorney Press Release

Wicomico County Narcotics Task Force Press Release On SU Drug Dealers

Wicomico County Narcotics Task Force
401 Naylor Mill Road
Salisbury, Maryland 21801
Phone: (410) 548-4005 Fax: (410) 860-0128
Press Release
Suspect 1: Scott Michael Mudd Race: White / Sex: Male DOB 07-28-1998 1409 University Terrace, Apt 104, Salisbury, MD Suspect 2: Joshua Ron Franzak Race: White / Sex: Male DOB 06-21-1998 1060 Arnoldstown Rd., Jefferson, MD 21755 Suspect 3: Arne Scott Nelson Race: White / Sex: Male DOB 08-30-1998 105 Annapolis View Rd., Stevensville, MD Narrative:
During the month of February 2018, members of the Wicomico County Narcotics Task Force, hereinafter referred to as WINTF, were informed that a Salisbury University student was selling amounts of cocaine, marijuana and other types of controlled dangerous substances in Wicomico County, Maryland. Members of WINTF started an investigation and were able to identify Scott Michael Mudd, W/M, who was residing at 1409 University Terrace, Apt 104, Salisbury, Maryland, as a potential suspect. Based on information acquired through the investigation, law enforcement officers were able to author a search & seizure warrant for 1409 University Terrace, Apt. 104, Salisbury, Maryland. On March 5, 2018, at approximately 2130 hours, officers executed the search warrant. Members of law enforcement conducted a search of the apartment and were able to identify the occupants of the four rooms located within the residence. The occupants of the apartment arrived home during execution of the warrant and were detained.
A search of the apartment resulted in the seizure of (8) eight marijuana plants, 178.9 grams of suspected marijuana, 27.2 grams of suspected cocaine, numerous pills, promethazine syrup, various pieces of paraphernalia used to cultivate marijuana, and $5,637.00 in U.S. currency.
As a result of the search, Joshua Franzak, Arne Nelson and Scott Mudd were arrested and charged accordingly. All three individuals were presented before a District Court Commissioner, released on bond and are pending trial.
Members of WINTF were assisted by the Salisbury University Police Department, Salisbury Police Department, Maryland State Police Barrack "E", Wicomico County Sheriff's Office K-9, and the Wicomico County State's Attorney’s Office.
The Wicomico County Narcotics Task Force consists of members of the Maryland State Police, Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office, Salisbury City Police Department, Fruitland Police Department and the Wicomico County State’s Attorney’s Office.

DON’T MISS OUT! Purchase an Ocean Pines, Maryland license plate raffle ticket

DON’T MISS OUT! Purchase an Ocean Pines, Maryland license plate raffle ticket at the Administration Building, located at 239 Ocean Parkway in Ocean Pines, for $50. Now you can also pay over the phone and get your raffle ticket/s delivered to your home by calling 410-641-7717 ex 3006.
ONLY 50 LICENSE PLATES WILL BE AVAILABLE at our March 24 fundraiser. The specialty plates, numbered 1 to 10, will be auctioned off to the highest bidders and license plates numbered 11-50 will be raffled off at the event in the Ocean Pines Community Center.
Proceeds from the sale of the commemorative plates would fund the first-ever Ocean Pines Police Department’s National Night Out, a community-building event that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie, which will be held Tuesday, Aug. 7 from 5 to 7 p.m. at White Horse Park in Ocean Pines.
Winning raffle recipients do not have to be present at the March 24 drawing to claim their winning plate.
Refreshments and door prizes will be available at the March 24 event, which starts at 10 a.m.

Queen Anne County Sheriff Press Release

INCIDENT: Multiple Residential Burglaries-Joint Agency Investigation
DATE / TIME: November 2017 through January 2018
1. 13611 First Street Queen Anne, MD (multiple occurrences)
2. 13620 First Street Queen Anne, MD
3. Park Avenue (Talbot County) Queen Anne, MD (multiple occurrences)
4. Chaires Street (Talbot County) Queen Anne, MD
5. Main Street (Talbot County) Queen Anne, MD (multiple occurrences)
SUSPECT: Philip Lee Kirwan, III (M-W-28) Queen Anne, MD
CHARGE(S): (Queen Anne’s County cases only)
1st degree burglary (3 counts), 3rd degree burglary (3 counts), 4th degree burglary (3 counts)
Theft less than $1,000 (2 counts),Theft less than $100 (1 count), Rogue and Vagabond (1 count)
Two (2) arrest warrants have been issued for Kirwan
DISPOSITION: Kirwan is currently being held without bond at the Talbot County Detention Center for charges stemming from a burglary arrest in Talbot County on 02/11/18. The arrest warrants and charging documents from Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office and Talbot County Sheriff’s Office are pending service.
On Monday November 27, 2017 detectives from the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office investigated a burglary at 13611 First Street in Queen Anne, MD. Investigation determined that an unknown suspect entered the home and took money from the female victim’s purse. The occupants were home and asleep at the time of the burglary. Total monies taken were in excess of $400. A second burglary was reported at the same address on December 11, 2018. That investigation revealed that an unknown suspect again entered the home while the occupants were asleep and took money from the male victim’s wallet. Total monies taken were in excess of $200.
On Wednesday January 31, 2018 deputies from the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office responded to 13620 First Street in Queen Anne, MD for a reported burglary and theft. Investigation revealed that sometime after midnight on January 31, 2018 an unknown suspect entered the victim’s home while they were inside and took money from the female victim’s purse. Total monies taken were less than $100. Investigators were notified that several similar burglaries had occurred within the Talbot County boundary of Queen Anne during the same time period. Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office investigators then worked jointly with the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Unit to quickly identify a pattern of suspect behavior and investigate leads. That joint investigation identified the suspect, Philip Lee Kirwan III.
Sheriff Gary Hofmann added, “We appreciate the tips and help as well as our allied law enforcement agency partners in apprehending this suspect who victimized our community.” Arrest warrants or charging documents have been issued for Kirwan in all of the Queen Anne’s and Talbot County burglary incidents.
AGENCIES INVOLVED: Queen Anne’s County Sheriff (Criminal Investigations Unit), Talbot County Sheriff’s Office (Criminal Investigations Unit)
INVESTIGATOR: 1/Sgt. Jones #0060
CASE # 17-35354 and 18-3162

Denton Police Need Our Help

Does anyone know who these people are or recognize the vehicle? We are investigating a theft where two carts of merchandise were pushed out of Walmart on March 7, 2018 at around 5:20 in the evening. Anyone with any information about this theft is asked to call us at 410-479-1414 or send us an email to and refer to case number 1803070041.

Controversy At Crisfield Elks

A big rift has opened up in Crisfield involving the local elks chapter. It seems that the Grand Lodge would like to suspend Erik Emily for 3 years for his arrest for solicitation of prostitution charge that he is on probation for. Some local members are upset by this decision as they were about to make Erik the head of the local chapter. Should someone that has put a black eye on the City with his behavior and arrest be allowed to continue as part of the elks?

Easton Police Press Release


Disrupting School Operations:
On Wednesday, March 7, 2018, Easton Police referred a 13 year old female (from Trappe, MD) for actions that resulted in the evacuation of Easton Middle School, on Tuesday, March 6th.
On March 6th, Police Officers responded to the school after a replica bullet and note was located in a females’ restroom. The note mentioned a non-specific threat towards the student body. The replica bullet was found to be a novelty cigarette lighter. Upon the officer’s arrival, school officials had already begun evacuating students and staff.
The investigation later lead Detectives to interview an 8th grader who ultimately admitted to leaving the items in the restroom. During this interview, she did express remorse, with no real intent (or ability) to injure or harm anyone.
The Easton Police wish to commend Easton Middle School staff for acting without delay, keeping the safety of the student body in the forefront. Easton Police also commend the student body for their conduct during the evacuation process. The evacuation was observed as being very efficient and orderly.

Cambridge Police Easter Egg Hunt

Cambridge Police Need Your Help

Can anyone identify this person, he is believed to have an accent, was last seen at Cambridge Walmart 03/9/2018 if so contact Det. Foster 410 228 3333

Dorchester County Narcotics Task Force Press Release

On Monday, March 5, 2018 members of the Dorchester County Narcotics Task Force arrested two suspects which were the focus of a two month investigation into the distribution of Cocaine and other drugs in Maryland and Delaware and specifically in Sussex County Delaware and Dorchester and Caroline Counties in Md. The suspects 33 year old Dominique Selby West of 305 Noble Street, Hurlock, Md. was arrested during a planned traffic stop on North Tara Road and 46 year old Jermaine Lotez Ringgold of 516 High Street, Denton, Md. was arrested during the simultaneous execution of a Search & Seizure Warrant at the Noble Street Address.
The search at the traffic stop revealed 32 grams of Cocaine and $280.00 in U.S. Currency. The Search Warrant revealed 361 grams of Cocaine, $71.00 in U.S. currency, one 12 gauge Shotgun, 2 sets of Digital Scales, Shotgun ammunition , 9mm ammunition which were all seized as well as a Lincoln Mark VIII.
West was charged with Possession of Cocaine and Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Distribute and ordered Held without Bond. Ringgold was charged with Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Distribute and Possession of paraphernalia and ordered Held without Bond.
The Dorchester Task Force was assisted by the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office, Hurlock Police, Cambridge Police, Maryland State Police, Delaware State Police and Homeland Security Investigations.

Sunday, March 11, 2018

Wagner Wellness Van Schedule

Weather Alert

Folks, we are actively monitoring the weather forecasts for the next 48hrs. Our area currently has several forecast models that indicate rain, trace amounts and up to 6 inches of snow. As the older folks will tell you, these southern storms are often the ones that give us difficult forecast and amount. Monday morning and evening may prove interesting. We will keep you updated as we receive new information from Wakefield.

Friday, March 9, 2018

Reports: Game over for Toys R Us

Toys R Us is preparing to close all its stores in a total liquidation, according to multiple reports, with the iconic retailer having spent the past several months attempting to find a path to survival through a Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding.

Mike McDermott Another Example Of Poor Decision Making

In an effort to show you some poor decisions that Mike McDermott has made to show why he should not be making decisions in Annapolis, I want to share a a story from a Mother who had dealings with him as a Deputy.

The Lady had a Daughter by a Deputy Buddy of McDermott, but due to Marital problems they divorced and the Daughter had nothing to do with her Father. The new Husband of the Lady legally adopted her Daughter and was the only Father the Girl wanted.

Well it seems that one day according to the Mother, at Stephen Decatur High School McDermott shows up goes to the girls classroom and tells her her Father needs to see her. The girl thinking the man she considered her Father was in trouble gathered her stuff up and started to follow Deputy McDermott out of the School.

The birth Father had tried to come get her before which had prompted the girls Mother to alert the School that he had no legal rights according to the Courts to be there. That day Ms McHenry happened to be in the Office and saw McDermott escorting her out of the School and knowing of the issues immediately stopped McDermott from leaving the School with her.

The Mother was called and was mortified to find that McDermott without finding out all the information about the circumstances had decided to help his buddy out at the Sheriff's Department by coming to the School to get her .

Ask yourself is this the kind of person you want as a State Senator? one that can't even use good judgement to find out all the particulars before doing something like that?

The Problem With Billy McDermott

Let me state very clearly I believe Billy McDermott is a good person. The problem with Billy McDermott is very simple, an extreme lack of good judgement. I am not even talking about the criminal and civil problems that have arisen of his campaign treasurer Christine Braughler that came to light last week in the OC Today, even though you have to take note. I am talking about the fact that Billy simply cannot run on his own merits. At every event he is tied hand in hand hip to hip with Mike McDirtbag. The fact that he cannot just stand on his own record speaks volumes of his immaturity.

The Office of States Attorney is not supposed to be tied at the hip with the Sheriff's Department, that is a fact. What does it say when Billy shown above kneeling is out placing signs for the guy running for Sheriff?. Can you truly trust a guy who is out putting.out signs for a guy running for Sheriff, to fully separate the two offices as is required by law? Billy has also not been an attorney for very long , and while I'm not questioning his abilities , Billy is clearly not suited for a leadership position. The fact that he also attacked his opponent with no facts or proof that she was behind the article showed very poor thinking skills.
As stated anyone can look at Case search and placing that article on his opponent is just immature.

Matt Maciarello, Dan Powell two former State's Attorney's never tied themselves to a "running mate" They ran on their own record and qualities. The reality is Billy is a good guy, but his choices and decision to attach himself to someone else for an election clearly show he is not a leader.

It is for this that clearly Kris Heiser is the logical choice for the Office Of State's Attorney

Historic Salisbury Maryland Photos

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Worcester County Sheriff Reggie Mason Blasts Mike McDirtbag For His Lies

I hear a certain candidate for Sheriff (Mike M) is running me down about our school coverage and what all he can do to solve the world problems .Yes , with sickness , injuries and one deputy taking a school position in another county because they gave him a vehicle, left us shorthanded. This past year, we did have a shortage of school deputies and yes I take the blame. When I met with Dr. Wilson right after Sandyhook, I ask that a deputy be placed in all schools in our county. Some of my command staff an deputies remembers that (MM) did not want deputies in schools, sure changed his mind now. On the third try, our commissioners agreed to fill only the public schools. They would not do the private schools and made the school deputies only part-time employees. Today, retirees do not want to do this type of work. We have had to take from other divisions to cover our schools, I should had done it sooner. Since the opening day of school, I have spent mornings and afternoons checking our schools and will continue , until I leave. I have tried to stay out of some of this election mess, however the certain few that want to bash me, been there and have had it done to me before, it hurts my family, so I have had about enough . ThIs Marine can take it , not perfect like some people want you to think they are. Not only do we make checks on our deputies in the schools, but our nursery schools are also checked by all of us and our private schools. The longest serving Sheriff of our county, Sheriff Charles T. Martin (16 yrs) and a great sheriff , and I have come out in support of Matt Crisafulli. He is not a know it all, like some think they are. Many promises have been made to a few here about who will be given rank, Matt has not promised anyone I know of, that is his decision. I have talked with both about not campaigning while working, no complaints about Matt, however not a day goes by about (MM) and I have tried to be nice to him, but now I take all gloves off hurting my family. A complaint on Matt, he had a sign out in front of a telephone pole called in by State Hiway, the next day off ,he moved it behind the pole. All signs must be placed behind the poles, so if you see this, contact State Hiway. I can be a nice guy and enough is enough. You have a problem with me, call, do not hurt my family on facebook with all your garbage talk. I have nothing bad to say about Scott Bernal , however I do with George Truitt, another wonder boy, that will solve the world's problems. I would love to have two deputies in all of our schools, however our county commissioners would flip out. Recently I had a meeting with them on school security,it was a good meeting. I want to thank all police agencies in our county Ocean City PD, Ocean Pines PD, Berlin PD, Snow Hill PD, Pocomoke PD, DNR Police and The Maryland State Police for all the resources that they have provided, thanks guys. Lou Taylor and Steve Price , you guys have been outstanding to work with , to make our schools more safe . Thanks to all in The Worcester County Sheriff's Office that have really put forth a great effort in making all safe. I have nine months left in office, I will do all I can and I do regret not getting those two school 's fully staffed. Currently we have two in training , once they complete all training , they will assigned to our schools. Semper Fi !

Wicomico County State's Attorney Press Release

Worcester County Sheriff Reggie Mason Endorses Matt Crisafulli As Your Next Sheriff

Current Sheriff Reggie Mason and Former Sheriff Chuck Martin have both fully endorsed Matt Crisafulli to be the next Sheriff of Worcester County. Reggie Mason is above reproach with his credentials shown below. If he picks Matt Crisafulli as the man he wants to take over when he retires it shows you that Matt is the only choice. You have to respect the wishes of the two previous sheriffs to know what is needed to be a leader for everyone in the County. Vote for Matt Crisafulli and as his signs say put people above politics. 

Sheriff, Worcester County, since December 6, 2010. Chief Deputy Sheriff, Worcester County, 1984-2007, 2010 (deputy/k-9 officer, 1979-84).
Member, Drug and Alcohol Abuse Council, Worcester County, 2010-.

Attended Pocomoke High School, Pokomoke City; Del Tech Community College; Wor Wic Community College; National Sheriff's Institute; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) National Academy, 1984; Maryland Sheriffs Executive Schools, 1992; Fire/Police Instant Command School, 2005. Served in U.S. Marine Corps, 1965-69 (presidential citation; Vietnam combat action ribbon; Vietnam campaign medal with device). Employed by Ocean City Police Department, 1970-79. Member, Fraternal Order of Police Lodge no. 10, Ocean City, 1970-79, and Lodge no. 50, Snow Hill, 1979-; American Legion Post no. 67, Snow Hill, 1985-; Maryland Sheriffs' Association, 2010-. Member, National Rifle Association; Friendship Community Association; Mar-Va Theater Performing Arts Center, Pocomoke City. Silver Star Award, 2004, and Single Gold Star Award, 2007, Worcester County Sheriff's Office.

Senator Wayne Norman Viewing Schedule

ou can hear his smile Wayne Norman...

From Ashley Sicher (Senator Wayne Norman’s daughter):
“The viewing will be held on Thursday March 8th from noon to 8pm at Mountain Christian Church. The funeral services will be held on Friday March 9th at 11:00am. We think the best way to honor my father is to celebrate the life he lead, we know that's what he would have wanted. We invite you all to join us for a 'Fourth of July' party following his services at the American Legion in Bel Air.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his honor to:
The ARC of Northern Chesapeake
4513 Philadelphia Road
Aberdeen MD 21001
Mountain Christian Church
1824 Mountain Road
Joppa MD 21085
American Legion
500 N Hickory Ave
Bel Air MD 2014”

Caroline County man arrested on charges of possession and distribution of child pornography.

Denton, Caroline County, Maryland - Maryland State Police investigators have arrested a Caroline County man after an investigation led to criminal charges of possession and distribution of child pornography.

The suspect is identified as Jeffrey Litteral, 52, of Denton, Md. He is charged with possession of child pornography, distribution of child pornography, possession of obscene material, and distribution of obscene material. Litteral was arrested on a warrant at about 7:30 p.m. yesterday near his home. He was taken before a court commissioner for an initial appearance and was held without bond.

The official Maryland State Police Press Release is located at the link listed below.


     On March 8, 2018 at approximately 0243 hours, Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to the Wine Rack located at 12827 Ocean Gateway West Ocean City, Maryland in reference to an armed robbery.  Deputies conducted a K-9 track with negative results.
    Deputies requested the Worcester Bureau of Investigation to respond to the scene and assume the investigation.  Investigators learned that an African American male approximately 6’0 medium build wearing a blue New Balance sweatshirt and gray bandana over his face entered the Wine Rack and brandished a butcher knife.  The suspect directed the store employee to the cash registers where the suspect took an undisclosed amount of U.S. currency. The suspect left the scene on foot heading east.  Investigators are currently reviewing video surveillance from the Wine Rack.  Maryland State Police Crime Scene Technicians responded and processed the crime scene.  

     Investigators are asking anyone with information about the armed robbery to contact the Worcester Bureau of Investigation at 410-632-1111 or Lower Eastern Shore Crime Solvers at 410-548-1776.  Callers may remain anonymous.

Delmar Police Need Our Help

Please help us Identify this Person of Interest with the Beard and Black Jacket. Call Delmar Police at 410-896-3131 with any information.