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Monday, January 05, 2009

Salisbury Police Department Press Releases

Jon P Satterfield, 25yoa, of Horntown, VA was arrested for 2 counts of Prescription Forgery, 2 counts of False Prescription, Possession of Fraudulent Prescription,2 counts of Counterfeit Prescription, 2 counts of Unlawful Obtaining of Adderall, and Theft less than $100. On Dcember 30, 2008, an officer responded to Apple Discount Drugs on Pemberton Drive for a possible forged/counterfeit prescription. It was learned through investigation that Satterfield had obtained the prescription by fraudulent means and attempted to pass the prescription at Apple Drug. Satterfield was transported and released to the custody of Central Booking.
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Juvenile, 16yoa, of Salisbury, MD and Juvenile, 16yoa, of Parsonsburg, MD were arrested for 2nd degree Burglary, Theft under $500, Malicious Destruction of Property under $500, Possession of Marihuana Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Concealed Weapon. On December 31, 2008 at approximately 3:51am, officers responded to an alarm at the Country Food Store located on Priscilla St. On arrival officers found the front door to the business to be shattered. Investigation determined that several cartons of cigarettes, smoking pipes and currency had been stolen. Additional officers located the two juveniles in the area of Hammond St and Middleneck Dr. After a brief foot chase, the juveniles were detained and property from the store was located on their persons. In addition, search incident to the arrest found that one juvenile was in possession of suspected marihuana and the other juvenile was in possession of “brass” knuckles. The Department of Juvenile Services was contacted in an attempt to detain the two juveniles. Juvenile Services elected to release the juveniles to their parent(s) or guardian(s).
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Antonio Kevin Davis, 28yoa, of Salisbury was arrested on an outstanding arrest warrant charging him with Attempted 1st degree Murder, Use of Handgun during Commission of a Felony, 1st degree Assault, Reckless Endangerment, Attempted 2nd degree Murder, Handgun on Person, and Assault 2nd degree, on January 1, 2009. The charges stem from an investigation into a shooting that occurred at the Center City Exxon on December 26, 2008. Davis and the victim had an on-going disagreement over an incident that had occurred approximately two weeks prior. Davis and the victim encountered each other at the Exxon and Davis shot the victim twice. Davis was transported and released to the custody of Central Booking.
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Ursula Rose Holbrook, 29yoa, of Salisbury, MD was arrested for 1st & 2nd degree Assault, Reckless Endangerment, and Use of Weapon with intent to Injure. On December 31, 2008 at approximately 11:59pm, officers responded to the Thrift Travel Inn for the report of a stabbing. During the investigation it was learned that Holbrook had become involved in an argument with her boyfriend (victim). During this argument the victim physically assaulted Holbrook. Holbrook found an open knife and stabbed the victim in the chest one time, puncturing his lung. Holbrook and the victim were both transported to PRMCER for treatment. Holbrook was released and the victim held for observation. Holbrook was then transported and released to the custody of Central Booking. Investigation continuing and charges pending against victim.
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Timothy Michael Velasco, 30yoa, of Salisbury, MD was arrested for 2nd degree Assault. On January 1, 2009 at approximately 1:45am, officers responded to Brew River Restaurant for a large fight. On arrival, the officers found that the fight was occurring in the parking lot. Once order was restored it was learned that Velasco had assaulted the victim inside the bar area by punching the victim in the face. Velasco was transported and released to the custody of Central Booking.
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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

some of these names look familiar, like, I keep seeing them in the police reports. isn't there a 3 strike law?

Anonymous said...

If you saw their names in the paper, I'm sure the cases were stetted, nol prossed or PBJed. Fewer than 3% of those listed in Court Briefs, no matter how serious the charges, are ever found guilty of anything.

Anonymous said...

it's about time somebody put the breaks on that travel thrift inn, come on it's been what it is for 12 years or more. time to close up shop. i know they will go somewhere else, we just keep taking them out and shutting them down one by one step by step until the maggots find another dead city to feed off of, and they should be doing more stings on johns and post the names in the paper. cut off their business so-to-speak do a bobbit on them.

Anonymous said...

timmy my boy, what were ya doin son???

Anonymous said...

Now that Christmas is over - and Joe, you did an excellent job for the Salvation Army, while I did not volunteer, I thanked every volunteer I encountered for volunteering to ring the bell -

Back to now that Christmas is over, something needs to be done about the crime corridor that appears to exist along Rt. 13 from just south of the hospital to the north Rt 13 car dealerships. And this Thrift Travel Inn is right in the heart of it. It you look at the SPDs website where they map crime - its pretty evident that much crime is right along there, from open street prostitution, to all sorts of robbery, burglary, assults, thefts, etc. I don't understand why this is being tolerated. And it even drifts over to your new location. I understand that one of the dealers vacating Feldman's was assaulted last week. Haven't read any details however.

Anonymous said...

south park Timmaayyy he was in that crip gang lol

Anonymous said...

I hate webster!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Strong work SPD keep up the fight on crime.

Anonymous said...

I think Webster needs a break keep it real he answers to that mayor. he works at her leasusre. I think she is the major stumbling block for this man. If she got rid of him she could bring in much worse trust me been there done that. The city needs a new mayor and it appears help is on the way. If you dont see a major change in business then maybe he is the true problem. I dont know who could stand up to Adolph Tilghman and last very long.

Anonymous said...

he could be a man and do like dykes did and tell her he ran his department not her thats where her power trip started