Tuesday, January 16, 2018

UPDATE ARMED ROBBERY SUSECTS IDENTIFIED and APPREHENDED

UPDATE ARMED ROBBERY SUSECTS IDENTIFIED and APPREHENDED

Suspects:
Brandon Le Shaun Fontaine 31 of Salisbury
Diamond Cleon Chaney 26 of Salisbury
Felix Villegas 26 of Salisbury

Narrative:
On January 14, 2018 at approximately 7:15PM the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office assisted the Salisbury Police Department with a separate robbery investigation. During the course of this
investigation three robbery suspects were identified as Brandon Fontaine, Diamond Chaney and Felix Villegas.

Detectives from the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office, Salisbury Police Department and the Maryland State Police conducted an extensive and coordinated investigation which resulted with Fontaine, Chaney  and Villegas  being arrested and charged with the armed robbery of the Vintage Beer and Wine which occurred on January 9, 2018. All three subjects were transferred to the custody of the Wicomico County Detention Center.

If you have any further information about this case please contact Detective J. Hall at (410) 548-4891.

CHARGES: Armed Robbery, Robbery, Assault 1st and 2nd degree, Theft (two counts), and firearm related charges.

Releasing Authority: Sgt. Kelly Matthews
Date: January 16, 2018

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is his first name really Diamond or is that his thug nickname, lol?

Anonymous said...

their parents are very upset they got caught. black robbers matter.

Anonymous said...

just a misunderstanding. the po po shouldn't b taken away there shotgun

Anonymous said...

1:47 Your momma matter too bring her to the corner of west main.

Anonymous said...

I am very impressed with all 3 local LE agencies in our area. A lot of people rag on them, but they seem to close these cases very quickly.

Anonymous said...

Interested in your opinion on the Market street inn issue where management refused to serve alcohol to a black person because they didn't trust the ID and of course the allegations of racism are flying ass expected. But what is upsetting is that Jake Day seemed to promote a lawsuit against one of our local business's that had every right to protect it' liquor license.

Anonymous said...

I guess they could have gotten a job instead of taking money someone else earned.

Anonymous said...

Stupid stickup guys! Don't these idiots know that they are being recorded everywhere they go. Stickup robberies are a thing of the past if you idiots want to remain in your chosen field of theft you had better come up with a better plan. Only thing is you will not be able to deploy your new plan until you are in your sixties.
LOCK the idiots up!
GREAT job Deputies, Officers and Troopers!

Anonymous said...

now u nose day no betta dan to do dat

Anonymous said...

onli reason dey rested dem iz kaus dey be blax