From the Desk of Pocomoke City Police Chief
Kelvin D. SewellUpdate:
In April 2013 Pocomoke City Police met with Ms. Eileen Kirkwood who is the owner of Classic Collections located at 132 Market Street in Pocomoke City, Maryland. Ms. Kirkwood stated she had an employee who she believed was stealing from her store. Detective Bailey from the Pocomoke City Police Department conducted a six month investigation which led to the arrest and conviction of Classic Collection employee, Ms. Lena Taylor.
Investigation revealed that Ms. Taylor had been stealing money by way of fictitious store invoices and over the course of several months she stole several thousand dollars from Classic Collections.
Ms. Taylor’s case was presented by Worcester County State’s Attorney office on January 08, 2014 in front of Judge Bloxom. Ms. Taylor was found guilty on all five counts, two felonies and three misdemeanors. Ms. Taylor received a sentence of 18 months suspend all but six months. Ms. Taylor was taken from the courtroom into custody to begin her 6 month sentence at the Worcester County Detention Center.