Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Somerset County Sheriff's Office reports most recent arrests

Andre Demetris Dennis of Princess Anne, arrested 10-11-17 on a warrant for violation of probation. Dennis was later held without bond.

 

Derrick Arnold Townsend Sr. of Princess Anne, arrested 10-11-17 on a parole retake warrant. Townsend was later held, and released to ECI staff.

 

Michael Christopher Ward Jr. of Crisfield, arrested 10-12-17 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Ward was later held on bond.

 

Charles Richard Bethard of Salisbury, arrested 10-12-17 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Bethard was later held on bond.

 

James William Taylor Jr. of Eden, arrested 10-16-17 on a warrant for failing to appear in court, and a warrant through the Crisfield Police Department for possession with the intent to distribute CDS, and possession of CDS, not marijuana. Taylor was later held without bond.

 

Dorthy Joann Kauffman of Crisfield, arrested 10-16-17 on a warrant for CDS possession with the intent to deliver , CDS possession, not marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Kauffman was later held without bond.

 

Avery Antonio Spence of Princess Anne, arrested 10-17-17 on warrants for CDS possession with the intent to distribute, common nuisance, manufacture CDS, and possession of paraphernalia. Spence was later held without bond.

 

Tyquan Raheam Campbell of Crisfield, arrested 10-17-17 on a warrant for possession of CDS with the intent to distribute narcotics within  a school zone, possession of CDS, not marijuana, and CDS distribute narcotics. Campbell was later held without bond.

 

Robert William Handy of Crisfield, arrested 10-17-17 on a warrant for possession of CDS with the intent to distribute, and possession of CDS, not marijuana. Handy was later held without bond.

 

Kenneth Martin Stachowski Jr. of Princess Anne, criminal summons served 10-21-17 for acting as a contractor without a license, failing to perform a contract, and theft over $1,000. Stachowski was later released on signature pending court actions.

 

Curtis Jermaine Harris of Princess Anne, arrested 10-26-17 on warrants for failing to appear in court, possession of a dangerous weapon with the intent to injure. Harris was later held on a temporary commitment.

 

Linda Sue Babb of Crisfield, arrested 10-26-17 on an outstanding Worcester County warrant for failing to appear in court. Babb was later held on a $5,000 bond.

 

Eddie Stewart Neal of Crisfield, arrested 10-27-17 on warrants for CDs possession with the intent to distribute, and possession of CDS, not marijuana. Neal was later held without bond.

 

Tony Darrell Tawes of Deal Island, arrested 10-30-17 on a Wicomico County violation of probation warrant. Tawes was later turned over to the Wicomico county Sheriff’s Office.

 

Matthew Ryan Ford of Crisfield, arrested 10-30-17 on a warrant for failing to appear in court. Ford was later held on a $250.00 bond.

 

 

 


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Eddie Neal should still be locked up from other drug charges from before but they keep letting him go he was in the FLORIDA BOYS DRUG CREW in crisfield

Anonymous said...

Eddie is already out bail dropped to 15,000 bonded out the 27th

Anonymous said...

makes you wonder why people who were arrested for FAILURE TO APPEAR IN COURT on their court date are allowed to walk again on bond. The courts must be really stupid to think that someone who didn`t show up for their first court date will show up for their next one, or maybe the state just likes keeping all that bond money every time someone fails to appear in court? maybe the state figures, to hell with public safety we are making a fortune by continuously letting these criminals loose on bond and keeping the money when they don`t appear.The courts and the state are probably thinking that since the accused didn`t show up for court the first time and they got to keep the bail money why not let them go again on bond so we can keep the money again when they don`t show up the second time, or third time or ETC. To hell with public safety it`s all about money to the state.

Anonymous said...

Eddie Neal has protection from someone high up in Crisfields. He could murder someone in broad daylight and get away with it. Its not dirty cops, because Eddie has sued most of the town cops.
I just plain don't like him and wish he would go back to Florida or what ever hole he crawled out of. He is killing people with his poison and yet only his minions who do his dirty work ever stay in jail.
This criminal should be run out of town a long time ago.

Anonymous said...

2:21 What do you mean "was"? He is still running his little cartel unchallenged. Ten to one, he is responsible directly or indirectly,for the recent murder.