Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Press release

Worcester County Sheriff’s Office
Press release
On Tuesday 3-28-17 at about 1030 hrs. A Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Deputy attempted to stop a vehicle driven by Brant Scheuerman, 25 years of age, of Bishopville Md. for following a vehicle too close.
As the Deputy signaled Mr. Scheuerrman to stop, Mr. Scheuerman refused to and attempted to flee from the Deputy. Mr. Scheuerman was on St. Martin’s Neck Rd traveling at a high rate of speed. Mr. Scheuerman failed to negotiate a curve and lost control of his vehicle.
Mr Scheuerman struck a pole and came to rest in a ditch.

Mr. Scheuerrman was entrapped in the vehicle and had to be removed by fire department personnel. Mr. Scheuerman was transported to PRMC with non life threatening injuries.
A search of Mr. Scheuerman produced a large quantity of suspected Heroin.

Charges are pending for Mr. Scheuerman after his release from the hospital for the C.D.S. and the fleeing and eluding.    

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fleeing and eluding from police should be a felony with a mandatory 5 years and CONSECUTIVE to any other sentence for which he is convicted-meaning no "two for ones" and no damn judge can reduce the sentence-and no time off for good behavior. And the 5 years should began from the date of the conviction NOT the date of arrest, e.g. none of this credit for time served awaiting trial crap.

So in this case he would get the full 5 years, PLUS a consecutive sentence for the heroin to begin at the end of his 5 years. Concurrent sentences are like sending home for 10 bucks and getting 20 bucks-SCREW THAT!!

The way to encourage good behavior in prison is not time off, but time ADDED for bad behavior !

In this case we had a heroin dealer running from the police at high speed, which endangers the police officer, and the motoring public and pedestrians. We simply cannot tolerate this behavior.

Anonymous said...

Fleeing and eluding from police should be a felony with a mandatory 5 years and CONSECUTIVE to any other sentence for which he is convicted-meaning no "two for ones" and no damn judge can reduce the sentence-and no time off for good behavior. And the 5 years should began from the date of the conviction NOT the date of arrest, e.g. none of this credit for time served awaiting trial crap.

So in this case he would get the full 5 years, PLUS a consecutive sentence for the heroin to begin at the end of his 5 years. Concurrent sentences are like sending home for 10 bucks and getting 20 bucks-SCREW THAT!!

The way to encourage good behavior in prison is not time off, but time ADDED for bad behavior !

In this case we had a heroin dealer running from the police at high speed, which endangers the police officer, and the motoring public and pedestrians. We simply cannot tolerate this behavior.