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Sunday, December 29, 2013

Somerset County Sheriff's Office Press Release






Members of the Somerset County Sheriff's Office head up a warrant sweep detail at the Somers Place Apartments in Princess Anne. On 12-20-13 deputies from the Sheriff's Office, Troopers from the Princess Anne Barrack, and officers from the Princess Anne Police Department raided an apartment at the Somers Place Housing Development, apprehending five subjects wanted on drug trafficking charges, and made another on view arrest for drug trafficking during the sweep. Attached are photos of the defendants who have all been charged with cds possession with the intent to deliver, intent to deliver cds within 1000 feet from a school, possession of cds, not marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Each defendant had been held on a $200,000 bond pending court actions. 

Rodney Columbus Christopher of Westover, age 31 
Rena Orlando Holbrok Jr. of Westover, age 23 
Rayvon Leonard of Princess Anne, age 24 
Tylisha Lanease Sullival of Princess Anne, age 29 
Deshawn Maurice Taylor of Princess Anne, age 24 
Jesse Copes of Salisbury, age 23

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bullet to the head.

Anonymous said...

Hang em high!

mack said...

This is a clear reason why we need a Public Violent Drug Registry so when these people get a slap on the wrist and get out in 1-2 years we can track them like sex offenders and protect our Kids from these animals just waiting to sell them drugs on their way to school and end up turning them out on the streets as slaves to the drugs.

Anonymous said...

Joe, What happened to the Jones guy from Salisbury that was a Heroine dealer, why didn't he get any time? Why does money talk, when this drug needs to be taken off the streets? Anyone else would have had jail time. It's not right he needed at least 10 years in prison for selling drugs out of his store. He still has his store open. What's wrong with the courts, do they go by how much money you have?

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas. They will be ho ho ho's in jail.

Anonymous said...

obummer will pardon them.

Anonymous said...

School systems and social services spending millions on folks who have no desire to work or follow laws.

Anonymous said...

a couple of them thugs look like they need their eyes poked out with an ice pick, scramble the brain while you got the ice pick in there

Anonymous said...

That's a great idea, Mack. Suggestion should be forwarded on to MD State law makers.

Anonymous said...

101-Because he paid someone off. How else could he and his brother sell drugs out of their stores for 20+ years and never get any jail time?

Anonymous said...

All products of our welfare system I bet .

Jack K Richards said...

And there are those that think it is racial profiling when police stop and question #1s Bulls--t

mack said...

To 3:46

I have tried over and over only to be told it would be too much work ???? W.T.H. I was informed that the S.O.R. was costing so much funding and manpower and not really as they had hoped and they did not think more registries would be anymore good than what the S.O.R. is doing at this point other than costing funding and manpower ???? Makes you wonder if the S.O.R. was really only about the votes ?? If it was not only about votes why not expand to more violent registries so we know when violent offenders move near us and we can be emailed about them and protect our families ???

Anonymous said...

One 20 cent bullet !!!

Anonymous said...

Nice lips haha I'm sure they will come in handy in prison.

Anonymous said...

PURE HUMAN GARBAGWE THAT SHOULD BE LOCKED UP FOR LIFE!! They are parasites and have less value than a tick. Would be executed in most countries and should be executed in this country. Hopefully, all will overdose real soon. Welcome to prison, maggots.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, what did happen to the Jones guy? Inquiring minds want to know how that POS is doing?