Monday, November 30, 2015

Wicomico County Sheriff Press Release

Pierre WhittingtonIncident: Attempt to Flee and Elude

 

Date of Incident: 23 November 2015

 

Location: Wicomico County

 

Suspect: Pierre C. Whittington, 33, Crisfield, MD

 

Narrative: On 23 November 2015 at 9:34 AM a deputy attempted to stop a vehicle that would be found to be operated by Pierre Whittington of Crisfield on U.S. 13 for following a vehicle too closely. Instead of stopping, Whittington exited onto westbound Rt. 50 Business and heading back towards Salisbury while increasing speed and at times going around other drivers on the shoulder in an attempt to elude the deputy in pursuit. Whittington drove into the Food Lion shopping center while still trying to elude the deputy, hitting speed bumps at speeds approaching 40 mph. Whittington drove to the rear of the shopping center where he exited his vehicle and attempted to continue his flight on foot.

 

Whittington was apprehended in the 200 block of Phillip Morris Drive by other responding officers.

 

It was discovered that Whittington’s license had been suspended by the State of Maryland.

 

Whittington 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 Whittington in the Detention Center in lieu of $10,000.00 bond.

 

Charges: Attempt to Flee and Elude

                Attempt to Flee and Elude on Foot

                Driving While Suspended

                Negligent Driving

                Reckless Endangerment

 

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Incident: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol

 

Date of Incident: 24 November 2015

 

Location: Wicomico County

 

Suspect: Brian Christopher McGinty, 49, Salisbury, MD (no photo available)

                                 

Narrative: On 24 November 2015 at 2:56 PM, a deputy was conducting speed enforcement on Snow Hill Road when that deputy motioned for a vehicle operated by Brian McGinty to pull to the shoulder after utilizing radar to determine that McGinty was exceeding the speed limit. Instead of pulling to the side of the road, McGinty slowed as the deputy made repeated gestures for McGinty to pull to the shoulder. McGinty then continued east on Snow Hill Road without stopping.

 

The deputy located McGinty in the 30000 block of Dixon Road where he made contact with him. The deputy detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage and other indicators that suggested that McGinty was under the influence of alcohol. The deputy administered sobriety testing which McGinty performed poorly on, after which the deputy placed McGinty under arrest for DUI.

 

The deputy also observed that McGinty was transporting a child in the vehicle at the time of the stop.

 

The deputy released McGinty upon the issuance of citations pending a future court date.

  

Charges: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol

                Driving While Impaired by Alcohol

                Driving Vehicle While Impaired by Alcohol While Transporting a Minor

                Attempt by Driver to Elude Uniformed Police by Failing to Stop

 

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Bryan ReynoldsIncident: Assault

 

Date of Incident: 24 November 2015

 

Location: 1000 block of Grant Avenue, Salisbury, MD

 

Suspect: Bryan E. Reynolds Sr., 56, Salisbury, MD

                                 

Narrative: On 24 November 2015 at 8:58 PM a deputy responded to a reported domestic related assault in the 1000 block of Grant Avenue in Salisbury. During the ensuing investigation, the deputy met with a female victim who stated that Reynolds charged at her with a knife during an altercation before dropping the knife and punching her in the face. While on scene the deputy observed signs of injury that corroborated the victim’s account.

 

The deputy placed Reynolds under arrest and transported him to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Reynolds in the Detention Center in lieu of $75,000.00 bond.

   

Charges: Assault 1st Degree

                Assault 2nd Degree

 

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Earl DonaldsonIncident: DUI / Assault on a Law Enforcement Officer

 

Date of Incident: 25 November 2015

 

Location: West Road, Salisbury, MD

 

Suspect: Earl Donaldson Jr., 35, Salisbury, MD

 

Narrative: On 25 November 2015 at 11:18 PM a deputy stopped a vehicle operate by Earl Donaldson for a stop sign violation at the intersection of West Road and Seminole Boulevard. During the encounter, the deputy detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from Donaldson. That, along with other physical indicators prompted the deputy to initiate sobriety testing. Following the administration of those tests, the deputy placed Donaldson under arrest for DUI.

 

The deputy attempted to place Donaldson into the patrol vehicle for transport to the Sheriff’s Office at which time he became uncooperative, refusing to sit in the vehicle and at one point kicked the deputy. Upon the arrival of a patrol car equipped with a prisoner transport cage, Donaldson’s continued his lack of cooperation forcing officers to have to carry him to the transport vehicle. During the struggle to place Donaldson into the vehicle, he spit on a trooper who had arrived to assist.

 

The deputy also discovered that Donaldson’s license to drive a motor vehicle had been suspended by the State of Maryland.

 

Donaldson was eventually placed into the vehicle and would be 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 Donaldson in the Detention Center in lieu of $30,000.00 bond.

 

Charges: Assault 2nd Degree

                Resisting Arrest

                Disorderly Conduct

                Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol

                Driving While Suspended             

                                                                          

Releasing Authority: Lt. Tim Robinson        Date:  30 November 2015

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

If we had even tried to assault a police officer when I was younger the police would have used our heads for batting practice.They carried solid oak nightsticks that had an attitude adjustment setting.

Anonymous said...

Black thugs... No surprise there!!

Anonymous said...

What about white thugs?

Anonymous said...

McGinty was drunk at 3 in the afternoon? On a Tuesday? Woot woot!! Way to represent!!

Unknown said...

Watch your fucking tongue my man!!!
No black thug talk!!