Saturday, June 2, 2012

From Pocomoke City Police Chief Kelvin D. Sewell


ARREST REPORT
POCOMOKE CITY
POLICE DEPARTMENT


MAY 1 - 31, 2012

05/01/2012 While conducting routine patrol in the area of Fifth Street and Young Street Pocomoke City Police observed a vehicle traveling with an inoperative tail light. Upon stopping the vehicle, the Officer was notified the operator’s license was Suspended. Arrested was Shadae Harmon, age 18 of Pocomoke MD. She was issued a citation for Driving on a Suspended license and released.

05/02/2012 Pocomoke City Police received a call for a fight in progress in the 200 block of Laurel Street. Upon arrival Police observed three people walking away from the area. As Officers approached the individuals they became belligerent and started yelling profanities towards the Officers. Arrested was Kane Cottman, age 23 of Pocomoke MD. Cottman was charged with intentionally harm/threaten/damage property with the intent to retaliate against a victim or witness for giving testimony in an official proceeding. Also, arrested was Keith Gray, age 21 of Pocomoke MD. Gray was charged with Disorderly Conduct.

05/07/2012 Pocomoke City Police arrested Justin Curtis, age 21 of Pocomoke MD. Curtis was charged with Possession of Paraphernalia. Curtis is pending trial.

05/05/2012 While conducting radar detail in the area of Eighth Street Pocomoke City Police observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed through the area. Police initiated a traffic stop, upon contact with the operator Police learned her license was Suspended. Arrested was Jennifer Hughes, age 21 of Westover MD.

05/08/2012 Pocomoke City Police received a complaint in reference to violation of an interim protection order. Upon arrival Police made contact with the victim of the order who advised she was having problems with the defendant of the protection order. The suspect has returned to her residence after being served the interim protection order and was escorted off of the property. Arrested was Dennis Howell, age 25 of Pocomoke MD.

05/08/2012 Pocomoke City Police arrested Derrick Collick, age 22 of Philadelphia PA. Collick was charged with 2nd degree Assault, Reckless Endangerment and 1st degree Assault. The charges were related to an incident that occurred on April 9, 2012. Collick was held at the Worcester County Detention Center on $75,000 bond.

05/11/2012 While conducting patrol on Route 13, Pocomoke City Police observed a vehicle travel over the white center lines of the highway several times. Upon contact with the operator of the vehicle Police could detect a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage upon his breath. After further field sobriety tests were conducted and failed. Arrested was Jonathan Hernandez, age 45 of Salisbury, MD. Hernandez was charged with Driving Vehicle While Impaired by Alcohol, Driving Vehicle Under the Influence and other traffic related citations.

05/11/2012 While conducting Seatbelt Enforcement detail in the area of Market Street, Pocomoke City Police observed an individual not wearing their seatbelt. Upon contact with the operator Police learned their license was Suspended. Arrested was Joseph Nelson, age 21 of Snow Hill MD.

05/14/2012 While conducting radar detail in the area of Route 13 & Sheep-house Road; Police observed a vehicle traveling 70 mph in a 55mph zone. Upon stopping the vehicle Police learned the operator’s license was Suspended. Arrested was Darrell Martin, age 53 of Cambridge MD. He was charged with Driving on a Suspended License.

05/17/2012 While conducting routine traffic detail in the area of Linden Avenue; Police were alerted from their License Plate Reader of a Suspended Driver. After comparing the photos from MVA to the License Plate reader the Officer was able to positively identify the driver. Upon contact with the operator police verified their license was suspended. Arrested was Marcus Hamilton, age 28 of Deal Island MD.

05/17/2012 Pocomoke City Police received a call for Theft of cab services rendered. Upon contact with the victim Police learned the cab driver transported the suspect from Fruitland MD to Pocomoke City. The suspect tried to exit the cab without paying his required fare. Arrested was Michael Edmondson, age 22 of Beltsville, MD.

05/17/2012 Pocomoke City Police received a complaint in reference to drug activity in the area of Fourth & Second Street. Upon arrival Police observed the vehicle matching the description given by the complainant. A traffic stop was initiated on the vehicle. Upon contact with the driver Police could detect an odor of alcohol upon his breath. The suspect was given several field sobriety tests which were all failed. Arrested was Jeffrey Myers, age 47 of Pocomoke MD.

05/18/2012 While conducting traffic detail in the area of Route 13 & Ocean Highway; Pocomoke City Police stopped a vehicle for failing to move their vehicle in the far lane while the Officers vehicle was on the side of the road as required by the State of Maryland. Police initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle. Upon contact with the driver Police learned their license was Suspended. Arrested was Maria Curtis, age 25 of Mount Holly, NJ.

05/19/2012 While conducting routine Patrol in the area of Route 13 Pocomoke City Police observed a vehicle traveling with expired registration stickers. Police initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle. Police made contact with the driver who stated to the Officer he did not have a license. After further investigation the Officer conducted a search of the vehicle. Upon searching the vehicle Police located a 2 inch long knife, a glassine baggie containing suspected CDS, and several other CDS Paraphernalia devices. Arrested was Donald McCall, age 52 of New Church, VA. McCall was charged with CDS Possess-NOT Marijuana, CDS Possession Paraphernalia, False Statement to Police, Driving unregistered Motor Vehicle, Driving uninsured Motor Vehicle, and other traffic charges. McCall was held on $5,000 bond. David Dickerson, age 39 of Mappsville VA was charged with CDS Possess-NOT Marijuana and Eddie Savage, age 48 of New Church VA was charged with CDS Possess-NOT Marijuana.

05/21/2012 While conducting routine traffic detail; Pocomoke City Police observed an operator driving without a seatbelt. Upon stopping the vehicle the Officer learned the operator had a Suspended License. Arrested was IBN Brown, age 28 of Newark New Jersey.

05/23/2012 While conducting routine patrol Pocomoke City Police observed a vehicle traveling with expired registration stickers. Upon stopping the vehicle the Officer learned the driver had a suspended license. Arrested was Harry Johnston, age 59 of Atlantic VA.

05/26/2012 Pocomoke City Police responded to Fourth Street Pocomoke City to attempt to serve an Arrest Warrant for Baltimore County. Upon arrival Police located the suspect; the Warrant was confirmed for Failure to Appear. Arrested was Jeraldine Narman, age 47 of Jacksonville FL.


05/28/2012 Pocomoke City Police received a call to respond to the area of 1018 Lynnhaven Drive for a Violation of Protection Order. Upon arrival Police learned the victim had obtained a Protection Order for the suspect to stay away from her and her residence. The suspect continued to call and text her as well as come to her residence. Arrested was Terrance Gale, age 29 of Pocomoke MD.

05/30/2012 Approximately 1930hrs, Members of the Pocomoke City Police Department, Criminal Enforcement Team & The Worcester County States Attorney Office executed a search and seizure Warrant at 1902 North Old Mill Drive, Pocomoke City MD. Arrested was Toan Chi Huynh age 26 of Pocomoke City, MD. The following items were recovered from Mr. Huynh residence:

- 1,207 grams of Marijuana (High Grade)
- 61 grams of Powder MDMA
- 16 tablets of Ecstasy MDMA
- Various items of paraphernalia to include commercial heat sealer and scale
- $1,075 in US Currency
- 2 Flat screen TV’s
- 2007 Honda Civic
- Other miscellaneous documents
Huynh was charged with the following charges:- Possession of Marijuana
- Possession with intent to distribute Marijuana
- Possession with intent to distribute Marijuana (School Zone)
- Possession with intent to distribute powder MDMA/Molle
- Possession with intent to distribute powder/Molle (School Zone)
- Possession of Ecstasy/MDMA
- Possession with intent to distribute Ecstasy/MDMA
- Possession with intent to distribute Ecstasy/MDMA (School Zone)
- Possession of Paraphernalia

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kane Cottman must be prosecuted to the fullest extent and sentenced to the maximum. We can not have witnesses being intimidated. Make an example out of Cottman.

Anonymous said...

KEEP IT UP PCPD!!! Make it known that crime is not tolerated in Pocomoke! Young Street, Laurel Street, never really saw those in crime reports of years past though its always been there. I bought my house in town because I BELIEVE in this city. Glad to see that our police department is becoming more proactive! Keep up the great work.

Rob said...

Many thanks to you Chief Sewell and your staff for the excellent job that all of you are doing! It does make a difference. Keep up the good work!

Can't wait to see all of you in your new quarters (this month?) the move is long over due.

Councilman Rob Clarke

Anonymous said...

Great work Pocomoke PD. you guys and gals have proven to be a top notch police department.

Jennifer Hughes said...

Good thing this is crap because I was never arrested, I got a ticket and my friend drove my car home. So half of this is probaly false. But GREAT JOB pocomoke, keep up the gossip. Real mature.

jmmb said...

Jennifer- This isn't gossip. I do not publish gossip. Real mature? Well, you've probably done your ownself more harm than good by leaving that comment.

The mature thing would have been to go to the police dept. and ask about it....not draw attention yourself on here.

Anonymous said...

Why would she waste her time and go talk to the police? Half of them have been crooked cops since Cane decided to make a drug empire in pocomoke. why don't you make sure you get your facts straight before you post something about them.you can do a lot of damage to people posting false arrest reports. Sorry you have nothing better to do then to gossip like your back in high school. this website is bigger joke then the pocomoke tattler

jmmb said...

Anon 5:16 PM- In response to your comment please understand that I do not make these things up. The chief of Pocomoke City Police Department makes sure that I get an arrest report every month in order to keep the citizens updated on what has taken place in the city. I don't have time to publish gossip.

If you feel this website is a big joke than please feel free to read elsewhere. If you had been keeping up with the news I publish you would have a heads up that there is a new chief of police in Pocomoke City who has used a great amount of time to make the police department the best it has ever been.

The smart thing to have done was to take her ticket to the police department, state that she found the arrest report to be in error. Someone would have listened to her, I am sure. In fact, I would have even considered trying to help her with this matter to see if it is an error....but not now.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations the new chief actually has cops patrol back on laurel and 2nd st and so on.... They should have been back there 10 years ago. it couldn't be too hard to see some form in improvement in the police force. they still waste too much time with BS traffic stops and all of them sitting in the Duncan donuts parking lot. Someone needs a new hobby then to sit on a blog and try to stick their nose in someone else s business.your probably the type of person with more skeletons in their closet then the average person. Why don't you inform everyone of your name so we can look up your past?

jmmb said...

I don't know how suddenly I became the bad guy in all of this. Let me say again: The best thing this person could have done when she read the police report posted here was go to the police dept. and ask about it. If this was an error I would have received a notice from the police dept. to change it. Mistakes are made all the time.

Your opinion is your own and I respect that. What I do with my own free time is my own business- and believe me I have plenty to do. I did not stick my nose in this ladies business. She came to this blog and left a comment. Be advised that this same report goes to all media outlets....ALL police reports from all police divisions do. This blog is only receives them and posts them.

Anonymous said...

Oh pocomoke, you never seem to amaze me. You have so much time on your hands, obviously, so why don't you go do something productive with your lives. You sad, sad people. Making stuff up about people is certainly gossip. You must be slow.. Mam hahahaha karma. Well actually, your karma is being stuck in this hell hole. So have fun being obliviously miserable. :)

Karma said...

And you made this her business when you posted her name up here. Not when she left the comment. If the police department does not know the difference between an arrest and a ticket, then pocomoke needs to find more competent officers. Yes, mistakes are made but maybe everyone should DOUBLE check their work before they go posting false information. This could make people lose their jobs, but it's not your job so what do you care?
-karma

Anonymous said...

For the ones getting upset over the report stating arrested... know some facts about Maryland law! A must appear traffic citation is an arrestable offense, therefore the officer has a choice. 1. To release you on your signature pending trial or 2. place you in handcuffs and take you before the commissioner.Unfortunately, driving on a suspended license is a must appear traffic violation. I hope this clears up the miscommunication for you..

Anonymous said...

Karma, the info posted on here is public information as well.

jmmb said...

Thank you Anon 10:20, 10:31 ... your explanation works for me.

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