Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Troy Durham's Foreclosed Home Burns To The Ground

Former Somerset Deputy Troy Durham who sued Sheriff Bobby Jones home that was just sold at public auction burned to the ground last week. Tough times

Pocomoke Facing A 75 Thousand Dollar A Day Fine

remember this article here in regards to the MDE coming down on Pocomoke for illegal dumping? Something that McDirtbag personally told me was no big deal. Well guess what Pocomoke has done nothing to fix the issues and has a very limited window to fix the problem or be fined 75 thousand dollars a day. Nice job Bruce/Russ/Ernie/Trotter, you sure as hell don't care about Pocomoke or it's taxpaying citizens

Friday, December 13, 2013
Maryland Department Of The Environment Email To Me Regarding Pocomoke Investigation

In response to your inquiry about possible dumping in Pocomoke City:

On December 5, 2013, the Maryland Department of the Environment issued a Site Complaint to Pocomoke City alleging violation of Maryland laws and regulations for solid waste management and sewage sludge utilization by operating an open dump, as defined under State law, at the City's wastewater treatment plant. Inspectors from the Department of the Environment observed piles of soil containing sewage sludge, concrete, asphalt and solid waste deposited at the plant. The Department has also found the City to be out of compliance with regulations for nontidal wetlands. The Department ordered the City to: stop the acceptance and disposal of solid waste at the property; remove all wastes to a permitted solid waste acceptance facility; and submit a cleanup plan to the Department by January 31, 2014. This is an open and active case, subject to possible enforcement actions that could result in the assessment of civil or administrative penalties.

Jay Apperson
Deputy Director, Office of Communications
Maryland Department of the Environment
443-604-0091 (mobile)




On October 5, 2015, Jacqueline N. Sheppard, age 40, of Salisbury, Maryland was convicted by a Wicomico County jury of Possession of a Large Amount of Heroin, Importation of Heroin into the State of Maryland, two counts of Possession with the Intent to Distribute Heroin, two counts of Possession of Heroin, Drug Trafficking, Wear/Carry a Firearm During the Commission of a Drug Trafficking Crime, Wear/ Carry and Transport a Handgun in a Vehicle, Illegal Possession of a Regulated Firearm, Possession of a Rifle by a Disqualified Person, and three counts of Possession of Paraphernalia.

The charges against Sheppard arose out of a traffic stop on June 9, 2015, by the Wicomico County Narcotics Task Force and several assisting law enforcement agencies. Law enforcement officers followed a 2014 Volkswagen Jetta occupied by 2 individuals as it traveled from Delaware into the State of Maryland.  Once in Wicomico County, Maryland, officers effectuated a traffic stop on the vehicle and were able to identify Sheppard as the driver.  Based on statements made at the traffic stop and a positive K-9 alert on the vehicle, a search was conducted on the 2014 Volkswagen Jetta.  The search resulted in the recovery of 201 grams of heroin and a Davis Industries P-380 semi-automatic handgun with a magazine containing two live rounds of live ammunition.  Police located the 209 grams of heroin in a shoe box on the front passenger floor board.  The handgun was located in the center console next to Sheppard’s purse.

A subsequent Search and Seizure Warrant was executed on Sheppard’s home located at 223 New York Avenue, Salisbury, Maryland.  Upon execution of the warrant, members of the Task Force located a “Central Machinery” kilogram press with trace amounts of heroin, a digital scale with trace amounts of heroin, paraphernalia and a POF USA Rifle with a magazine and ten live rounds of ammunition.  The kilogram press was located in a detached garage located behind the home.  The rifle was located in the master bedroom under the bed.

Sheppard has prior convictions on her record which prohibited her from possessing a handgun or rifle on June 9, 2015.

The facts at trial revealed that Sheppard and another individual had traveled to New Jersey to buy the heroin.  The jury was able to conclude that based on the quantity and packaging of the heroin, when combined with the handgun, scale, kilogram press and paraphernalia, that Sheppard possessed the heroin for distribution.

Sheppard awaits sentencing as a subsequent offender as Sheppard was convicted in 2001 in two separate cases of Possession of a Narcotic.

Wicomico County State’s Attorney Matthew Maciarello commended the Wicomico County Narcotics Task Force, the Maryland State Police Gang Enforcement Unit, the Maryland State Police Apprehension Team and the Drug Enforcement Administration for their work in this investigation and their assistance with this prosecution.  

Maciarello also thanks the citizens of Wicomico County and Senior State’s Attorney, Patrizia J. Coletta, who prosecuted the case.  

For more information please call the office of the State’s Attorney at (410) 548-4880.

Accident With Injuries 13 and Zion

Susie Stiltner Missing Now Missing 3 Years Please Help Find Her

Susie Stiltner's Family needs our help. Susie has not spoken to her family since the first week of August. I know from the other cases I have worked on and after speaking with her family this is not normal. Susie always checked in on her ailing Mother once a week. Susie picked up a new blue and white mountain bike from her family around the time she went missing. She also frequently went to the lower shore friends to get coffee and would stay at the HALO shelter occasionally. Susie frequented the Downtown area with the various homeless groups. Whatever Susie's problems may be she is loved by her family and they deserve to have answers as to her whereabouts.

Monday, October 5, 2015

Why Did Beau Oglesby Flee Wicomico?

The question has arisen as to why Beau Oglesby fled Wicomico County to go to Worcester ? It would be interesting to know the reason 

Pocomoke Council Meeting Tonight At 7



Kidnapping / First Degree Assault

On Sunday, October 4, 2015 the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to Powellville Road, Powelville, MD for a 911 call from the victim at that location indicating her ex-boyfriend had broken in and was taking her. Upon Deputies arrival they discovered the door had been forced open.  Deputies cleared the residence and found no one to be there.  Deputies found an open Glock Handgun Box in the victim’s bedroom and .45 ammunition in the floor but the firearm was missing.  The victim’s cell phone wallet and vehicle were all at the residence.  Deputies and investigators interviewed family members and learned the ex-boyfriend was identified as Phillip James Timmons.  Search of police records indicated the two had a history of domestic assaults in which Timmons was the aggressor.  The victim had also applied for and a protective order had been issued prohibiting Timmons from having contact with the victim. 

The Wicomico Bureau of Investigation was contacted and assumed the case.  Based on the afore mentioned information a BOLO was released to the surrounding states to attempt to locate the victim, suspect Timmons and his vehicle, a 2001 Black Dodge Dakota.  While gathering information and conducting the investigation, Investigators were informed the suspect vehicle, suspect and victim were located by the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel Police (CBBTP).  The suspect was in custody and the victim was ok.  According to CTAP the suspect attempted to cross the bridge with two surfboards in the back of his truck.  Due to wind restrictions the surf boards were removed and transported by Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel Authority Road Crew in a work van.  Once on the opposite side of the tunnel and while unloading the surf boards, Flemming jumped into the driver seat of the truck and drove towards a police car.  While doing this Timmons jumped into the bed of the truck, and attempted to unlock the door through a broken car window.  When Flemming found the CBBTP officer she exited the vehicle and ran towards him announcing she had been kidnapped and Timmons was armed.  Officers with CBBTP gave verbal commands to Timmons and a brief struggle ensued before he was taken into custody.  Timmons was found to be in possession of a loaded Glock .45 caliber handgun. 

Investigators responded to the CBBTP and interviewed Timmons.  At the conclusion of the interview Timmons remained in the custody of CBBTP where he will be taken before a Virginia Magistrate on kidnapping, abduction and firearm related charges.  The Maryland warrant is extraditable and has been lodged as a detainer. 

Investigating  Agency: Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office

Lead Investigator: DFC R. Wilson

Roger Mazzullo Get Together October 14!

How Much Money Has Jim Ireton Wasted On Rental Price Nonsense?

Jim Ireton is back to being a clown as he is headed out the door.Why waste all the money and time on the rent control issue when he won't be Mayor much longer. It is a slap in Jake Day's face to try to push something this big at  the last minute considering Mayor Day nor the Council support. This is why we must vote Roger Mazzullo

Time For Change In District 1

District 1 voters it is time to go in a new direction. I am supporting April Jackson for this seat. Shanie Shields has had her time and brought nothing to the table, it is time for fresh ideas.

Rent Control on the City Council Agenda Today

The Salisbury City Council has placed Mayor Ireton's Rent Control proposal on the agenda today at the 4:30 work session.

It is expected that the City Council will not move forward with this wacky idea. 

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Supporters Of Kelvin Sewell Being Targeted In Pocomoke

It has come to my attention that one of the vocal supporters in Pocomoke of Chief Kelvin Sewell has found tires flattened and animals killed in their yard. This is the mentality of the bad groups in the town. How dare you question what we want, you will pay. Let me be clear I find out who you are and I will be sure to do a nice post about you so people can see what a piece of garbage looks like. Don't be afraid of these people, show them you will not be bullied into being quiet.

Saturday, October 3, 2015

1 Picture That Explains It All For Pocomoke Residents

The new Chief? Hardin. The reason I say that is because he is wearing Captain stripes and not Chief stripes like Arnold Downing beside him. I guess Chief Crofoot and Morrison weren't gonna share the stripes. Take out a couple of people in this picture and every other one of these people posing with Hardin played a large role in the illegal firing of Chief Sewell and the retaliation against Frank Savage. Look at that smug little thing in the middle thinking he has won something, and the dorky one on the end left McDirtbag. The Time will be coming for many of these people when the lawsuit plays out for the pubic so tick tock gentlemen.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Worcester County Schools Closed

Somerset County Public Schools will b

Due to the combination of wind, rain and tides, Somerset County Public Schools will be canceled on Friday, October 2. All twelve-month and ten-month custodians and employees should report to work on time.

The decision was made because of concerns with transporting our students and having our staff traveling in what could be unsafe conditions.

I received a lot of questions about canceling due to being in a state of emergency. That does not mean there will be a delay or closure of any kind. Governor Hogan enacted the state of emergency so storm prep could begin.

"Gov. Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency, largely a proactive measure that allows him to move assets and equipment into position to react to the storm. Our state is taking every precaution and I urge Marylanders to do the same,'


City Goes to Level 3 Partial Activation Ahead of Storm Event

City Goes to Level 3 Partial Activation Ahead of Storm Event

Salisbury – Mayor James Ireton, Jr. met with City department heads at 3:45 this afternoon ahead of the arrival of a large storm which is expected to bring significant rainfall from overnight Thursday through the weekend. Revised forecast models anticipate precipitation totals of 3 to 5 inches from late Thursday through Sunday. *It is important to note that while the forecasted track of Hurricane Joaquin may very easily change and take it farther offshore, heavy rain is still predicted as the result of a nor’easter which will be with us for the next couple of days, ahead of the potential arrival of the hurricane.

As of this release, the City has entered 6-hour operational periods, and, in response to Governor Hogan’s declaration of a state of emergency, has gone to a Level 3 watch condition. A Level 3 watch condition is considered a “partial” activation, and means the City’s Emergency Operations Center is in effect.

As of 5:30 p.m., Thursday:

· Crews have been performing maintenance and readying emergency equipment such as chainsaws, generators, pumps, and wood chippers. Extra chains/fuel mixture containers are ready and available.
· Storm water inlets continue to be checked and cleaned of leaves to improve drainage. Staff will be available to respond to calls for clogged inlets and flooding.
· All Salisbury Fire Department, Salisbury Police Department, Public Works, and official City of Salisbury vehicles and equipment are fueled and ready for service. All backup fuel containers are full.
· Public Works crews will continually monitor road conditions and will barricade any streets that may become flooded and impassable.
· The City’s website has been updated with a link to a tide schedule for Salisbury for the next 7 days.
· Any/all items located outside at City office locations are being secured.
· SFD/SPD have Informed all members that based upon the storm track and predictions, holdovers/callbacks may be necessary.
· NSCC Damage Assessment Teams are on standby.

As always, for help in an emergency, dial 911. Emergency contact information for Salisbury Public Works during business hours from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. is 410-548-3177. For service calls after hours please contact the Salisbury Police Department at 410-548-3165.

Police, Fire, and City Government Officials urge you to closely monitor your local news, weather service, and emergency-broadcasting networks for updates on the storm’s track and intensity. Residents are cautioned to drive safely, and to be aware of the potential for road flooding, particularly during heavy periods of rain. Standing water on roadways can cause vehicles to lose control and hydroplane. If you encounter high water, do not drive through it. Please alert Public Works at the City Yard by calling 410-548-3177. Residents are also urged to secure any items on their property which could be affected by high winds.

Smartphone users who would like to receive real-time updates are encouraged to download the City’s mobile app. The app is available for both iPhone, and Android platforms. Since rollout, over 600 residents have used the app to report potholes, damaged street signs, traffic light outages, and more. For more information on the official City of Salisbury app, visit www.downtownsalisbury.org

To download the mobile app directly to your Android device:

To download the mobile app directly to your Apple device:

Additionally, Delmarva Power has indicated that they are prepared for and closely monitoring the approach of Hurricane Joaquin, which has the potential to cause significant damage throughout their service territory. Customers can report outages and downed wires at 1-800-898-8042 and through the Delmarva Power mobile app. Remember, never go near downed wires and always stay clear of working crews. Below, you will find links to the Delmarva Power Storm Preparation Handbook; a “Weathering the Storm” fact sheet; a short video on the power restoration process; and links to the Delmarva Power mobile app and outage map.

Power Storm Preparation Handbook

Weathering the Storm Fact Sheet

Power Restoration Process Video

Mobile App

Outage Map

Crisfield Update

Evans Boat Builders are gearing up pulling very large work boats out of the water for the hurricane. Mr. Steven Thomas has also move his boat near the Coast Guard Station for extra security. Carvel Hall has open doors for vehicles to move to higher ground.

State Of Emergency Declared In Maryland

Seagull Century Cancelled!!

Ladies, Home Décor & Furniture Consignment Sale – Postponed to Oct. 10-1

Ladies, Home Décor & Furniture Consignment Sale – Postponed to Oct. 10-11


Salisbury, MD – The Ladies, Home Décor & Furniture Consignment Sale scheduled for this weekend has been postponed until Oct. 10-11 due to the weather forecast.  


What Sellers Need to Know: 

Selling registration has been re-opened as a result of the postponement!  Using the Coastal Consignments easy to use online software, consignors choose their own prices, decide if they want to discount or donate any unsold items, then print their tags. Once they drop off their items to sell with Coastal Consignments, sellers do not need to be present to sell. Consignors may assist during the sale in order to receive a higher percentage and earn a pass to shop before the public sale hours. To register, visit http://www.coastal-kids.com/LadyHome.html


What shoppers need to know: 

Saturday October 10th from 10am – 4pm

Sunday October 11th from 9am - 2pm (many items 50% off look for tags marked Discount Yes) 

Wicomico Civic Center (Midway Room) 500 Glen Avenue Salisbury MD 21804

Free admission! Cash, Visa/MC/Discover accepted with photo ID. No large bags or purses, please leave them in your car. 


For complete details visit on the web at http://www.coastal-kids.com/LadyHome.html or https://www.facebook.com/CoastalKidsConsignmentSales/

nformation Sought Eden Quick Stop Robbery

Maryland State Police News Release

Information Sought Eden Quick Stop Robbery

(Eden, Maryland) On September 28, 2015 at approximately 0600 Hours, Troopers from the Princess Anne Barrack responded to the Eden Quick Stop reference a robbery. An unknown suspect had entered the store and demanded money from the clerk. After receiving the money from the clerk, the suspect fled from the scene.

Troopers and Deputies form the Somerset County Sheriff’s Office attempted to locate the suspect in the area but had negative results. Criminal Investigators from the Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Division responded to the scene and took over the investigation. Please contact the Princess Anne Barrack at the above phone number if you have any information about the robbery.

The Town of Princess Anne is continuing to monitor the projected path of Hurricane Joqquin.

The Town of Princess Anne is continuing to monitor the projected path of Hurricane Joqquin. Currently, effects of the storm are expected to be in the Princess Anne area beginning early this weekend. High winds and large amounts of rain are likely, even before the storm’s arrival, which may lead to flooding.
The Town of Princess Anne staff is beginning preparations for the impending storm and completing pre-storm action items. Before, during and after the storm, The Town of Princess Anne will be posting storm related information on various websites, social media outlets and Nixle. In an effort to keep citizens informed with the most updated and accurate information, the Town of Princess Anne will be posting storm related information on the following outlets:
• Town of Princess Anne website: http://www.townofprincessanne.org
• Princess Anne Police Dept. website: http://www.princessannepolice.com
• Princess Anne Police Dept. Facebook Page
• Nixle Alerts; Subscribe to Nixle on the Police Departments website
Although it is still early and the exact track is still unknown, the Town of Princess Anne encourages citizens to begin preparing. Citizens should build an emergency kit and make a family communications plan. For more information on storm preparedness, visit http://www.ready.gov/hurricanes. The Town of Princess Anne will be working closely with county and state agencies in order to provide timely, accurate information concerning this storm.

Hurrican Preparedness Chart


Hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico seen from space.
This page explains what actions to take when you receive a hurricane watch or warning alert from the National Weather Service for your local area. It also provides tips on what to do before, during, and after a hurricane.

Basic Preparedness Tips

Know where to go. If you are ordered to evacuate, know the local hurricane evacuation route(s) to take and have a plan for where you can stay. Contact your local emergency management agency for more information.
Put together a disaster supply kit, including a flashlight, batteries, cash, first aid supplies, and copies of your critical information if you need to evacuate
If you are not in an area that is advised to evacuate and you decide to stay in your home, plan for adequate supplies in case you lose power and water for several days and you are not able to leave due to flooding or blocked roads.
Make a family emergency communication plan.
Many communities have text or email alerting systems for emergency notifications.To find out what alerts are available in your area, search the Internet with your town, city, or county name and the word “alerts.”
Preparing Your Home

Hurricane winds can cause trees and branches to fall, so before hurricane season trim or remove damaged trees and limbs to keep you and your property safe.
Secure loose rain gutters and downspouts and clear any clogged areas or debris to prevent water damage to your property.
Reduce property damage by retrofitting to secure and reinforce the roof, windows and doors, including the garage doors.
Purchase a portable generator or install a generator for use during power outages. Remember to keep generators and other alternate power/heat sources outside, at least 20 feet away from windows and doors and protected from moisture; and NEVER try to power the house wiring by plugging a generator into a wall outlet.
Consider building a FEMA safe room or ICC 500 storm shelter designed for protection from high-winds and in locations above flooding levels.
Hurricane Watch

Hurricane watch = conditions possible within the next 48 hrs.

Steps to take:

Review your evacuation route(s) & listen to local officials.
Review the items in your disaster supply kit; and add items to meet the household needs for children, parents, individuals with disabilities or other access and functional needs or pets.
Hurricane Warning

Hurricane warning = conditions are expected within 36 hrs.

Steps to take:

Follow evacuation orders from local officials, if given.
Check-in with family and friends by texting or using social media.
Follow the hurricane timeline preparedness checklist, depending on when the storm is anticipated to hit and the impact that is projected for your location.
What to do when a hurricane is 6 hours from arriving

If you’re not in an area that is recommended for evacuation, plan to stay at home or where you are and let friends and family know where you are.
Close storm shutters, and stay away from windows. Flying glass from broken windows could injure you.
Turn your refrigerator or freezer to the coldest setting and open only when necessary. If you lose power, food will last longer. Keep a thermometer in the refrigerator to be able to check the food temperature when the power is restored.
Turn on your TV/radio, or check your city/county website every 30 minutes in order to get the latest weather updates and emergency instructions.
What to do when a hurricane is 6-18 hours from arriving

Turn on your TV/radio, or check your city/county website every 30 minutes in order to get the latest weather updates and emergency instructions.
Charge your cell phone now so you will have a full battery in case you lose power.
What to do when a hurricane is 18-36 hours from arriving

Bookmark your city or county website for quick access to storm updates and emergency instructions.
Bring loose, lightweight objects inside that could become projectiles in high winds (e.g., patio furniture, garbage cans); anchor objects that would be unsafe to bring inside (e.g., propane tanks); and trim or remove trees close enough to fall on the building.
Cover all of your home’s windows. Permanent storm shutters offer the best protection for windows. A second option is to board up windows with 5/8” exterior grade or marine plywood, cut to fit and ready to install.
What to do when a hurricane is 36 hours from arriving

Turn on your TV or radio in order to get the latest weather updates and emergency instructions.
Build or restock your emergency preparedness kit. Include a flashlight, batteries, cash, and first aid supplies.
Plan how to communicate with family members if you lose power. For example, you can call, text, email or use social media. Remember that during disasters, sending text messages is usually reliable and faster than making phone calls because phone lines are often overloaded.
Review your evacuation plan with your family. You may have to leave quickly so plan ahead.
Keep your car in good working condition, and keep the gas tank full; stock your vehicle with emergency supplies and a change of clothes.
After a hurricane:

Listen to local officials for updates and instructions.
Check-in with family and friends by texting or using social media.
Return home only when authorities indicate it is safe.
Watch out for debris and downed power lines.
Avoid walking or driving through flood waters. Just 6 inches of moving water can knock you down, and fast-moving water can sweep your vehicle away.
Avoid flood water as it may be electrically charged from underground or downed power lines and may hide dangerous debris or places where the ground is washed away.
Photograph the damage to your property in order to assist in filing an insurance claim.
Do what you can to prevent further damage to your property, (e.g., putting a tarp on a damaged roof), as insurance may not cover additional damage that occurs after the storm.
When there is no hurricane: Make a hurricane plan

Know your hurricane risk. Talk to your local emergency management agency.
Make an emergency plan.
Build or restock your basic disaster supplies kit, including food and water, a flashlight, batteries, chargers, cash, and first aid supplies.
Consider buying flood insurance.
Familiarize yourself with local emergency plans. Know where to go and how to get there should you need to get to higher ground or to evacuate.
Stay tuned to local wireless emergency alerts, TV, or radio for weather updates, emergency instructions, or evacuation

Crisfield Residents T&T Automotive Getting Shipment Of Generators Today

Good morning just want to let everyone know T and T automotive will have a shipment of generators comming in today. ALSO if you already have a generator and you need it serviced or worked on because your not sure its gonna be ready for the storm bring it in today and we will get it going for you!! also Hokie Cullen can get order the parts you need to wire your generator up. Just give usa a call 410-623-3911

High Tide Chart For Residents Along Water

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Crisfield And Somerset County Residents Prepare Now!

Those of us who remember what devastation Sandy caused are seeing a disturbing trend happening where this storm Joaquin is headed . Crisfield and all the same areas blasted same time are in the possible bullseye again with this storm. Preparations need to be made now for this storm. I will be here giving you the latest



Norfolk, Va.  September 30, 2015



CONTACT: Zig Leszczynski, (757) 440-4020info@marsspaceport.com

NORFOLK, Va. – Today, September 30, marks the completion of the major repair work at the Virginia Space – MARS Launch Pad-0A, located on NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility.  This is a significant milestone in support of Orbital ATK resuming cargo resupply service with the upgraded Antares launch vehicle to the International Space Station for NASA.  The rebuild effort restored to flight readiness the facility and all systems that were damaged during the October 28, 2014 launch mishap. This work included repairs or replacement to the Deluge, HVAC, Fire Alarm, Electrical systems, Controls, Liquid Fueling Facilities and any damaged structures. The work was completed as scheduled, and within the overall budget while keeping a small management reserve for final system performance testing, which started September 25, 2015. 



On September 30, 2015, a Wicomico County Jury convicted Malik Dajour Moore, age 19, of Salisbury, Maryland, of multiple crimes, including: First Degree Burglary, Armed Robbery (two (2) counts), False Imprisonment (two (2) counts), Conspiracy-First Degree Burglary, Conspiracy-Armed Robbery (two (2) counts), Theft $1000-$10,000 (two (2) counts), and Theft under $1,000.  The Court has ordered a pre-sentence investigation in the case and sentencing will be scheduled on a later date.  

In the early morning hours of April 23, 2015, the Defendant and his accomplices, Darrell Dixon (age 19), and Nahmir Tareek Bundy (age 16), were in the area of Virginia Avenue on bicycles.  There they came across a .22 caliber rifle that was stored in an unlocked truck toolbox.  The men stole the .22 caliber rifle and later found themselves checking cars for valuables on Ridge Road.  While in the driveway of one of the residences, the Defendants observed some X-Box video games that were visible through the home’s windows.  The men, armed with the .22 caliber rifle, made entry into the home through a side window.  Once inside, the men immediately began stuffing backpacks full of items from the house. Two of the home’s occupants were accosted in their beds at gunpoint by one of the co-defendants.  One of the victims was then held by Nahmir Bundy at gunpoint on a living room sofa while the other men continued to fill three backpacks full of the victims’ property.    

The Salisbury Police Department had at least two score officers working the case and they followed leads throughout the morning.  By sunrise on April 23rd, SPD investigatory leads led to search warrants being executed on 214 Delaware Avenue.  Once officers made entry into the home, Nahmir Bundy was found in the home’s basement in possession of several of the items stolen from the residents.  Dixon and Moore were observed outside of the residence by police just before they made entry into the house.   Further investigation, revealed the extent of Bundy’s, Moore’s and Dixon’s involvement in this crime.  

Darrell Lamont Dixon pleaded guilty to Conspiracy-Home Invasion, First Degree Assault and Firearm Use During a Crime of Violence on September 1, 2015.  Nahmir Tereek Bundy pleaded guilty to Burglary 1stDegree, Armed Robbery (2 counts), and Use of a Firearm in the Commission of a Crime of Violence on September 3, 2015.  Bundy is scheduled to be sentenced on October, 15, 2015. Dixon is scheduled to be sentenced on November 2, 2015.  Bundy, age 16, will be sentenced as an adult.        

This case was prosecuted by Wicomico County State’s Attorney, Matthew A. Maciarello.  Mr. Maciarello commends the brave victims in this case who participated in the Salisbury Police Department investigation and Defendant’s trial.  Maciarello further commends the men and women of the Salisbury City Police Department (including Lead Detective, A.J. Foy) who worked diligently to ensure that the offenders were brought to justice in this case.

                For more information or for an interview please call the Office of the State’s Attorney at (410) 548-4880.  

Malik Dajour Moore     

 Nahmir Tereek Bundy    

Darrell Lamont Dixon