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Friday, January 03, 2014

Regency Drive Armed Robbery Salisbury

DATE & TIME: January 2, 2014 1532 hrs.

LOCATION: 505 Regency Drive, Salisbury, Wicomico Co., MD.

CASE NUMBER: 14-MSP-006287

VICTIMS: 11 YOA and 12 YOA male juveniles of Salisbury

CHARGES: 1. Armed Robbery
Reckless Endangerment
First Degree Assault
Second Degree Assault


15 YOA male juvenile
14 YOA male juvenile
17 YOA female juvenile
16 YOA male juvenile

(Charged with Failing to Obey a lawful order, Hindering/Obstruction/Making false statement to police officer):

14 YOA female juvenile

Cristy Leah Urbina W/F DOB 9/16/78

703 College Lane Apartments Apt #12 Salisbury, Maryland


On 1/2/14 at approximately 1532 hrs., Maryland State Police, Salisbury Police Department and Wicomico County Sheriff’s Department responded to the Regency Drive area of Salisbury in reference to an armed robbery. Investigation revealed that suspects #1-4 arrived in the Regency Drive area in a vehicle and pointed at gun at two male juvenile victims and stole their skateboard. Two suspects were immediately apprehended in the nearby Food Lion shopping Center and two suspects fled on foot. The third suspect was later located and arrested at The Greens at Schumaker Pond. Additionally Cristy Urbina and a 14 YOA juvenile were arrested for hindering/obstruction/Failing to obey a lawful order and Making a false statement to police for harboring that third suspect.

Three of the four armed robbery suspects have been arrested and four airsoft BB guns have been seized. The guns were all spray painted black and life size replicas of real firearms. All the suspect’s cell phones have been seized as the incident was recorded by video on their phones. The fourth suspect’s identity is known as the three under arrest were cooperative with law enforcement in regards to the investigation. All robbery suspects in custody have been waived to adult status and taken to Central Booking for processing. Urbina was transported to Central Booking as well. Suspect #5 was released to a family member. Maryland State Police would like to thank Salisbury Police Department and the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Department for their assistance in apprehending these robbery suspects. The two male juvenile victims were not injured during this incident.


Anonymous said...

I have heard in the past (don't know if it is accurate) but... the apartments immediately behind that area which are section 8 housing were experiencing a problem with undocumented people living in a single unit that only one family is suppose to be in. I can't image how difficult it must be to keep track of how many people are "crashing" in on others leases. When I say undocumented I am referring to people who are not listed officially on the lease but live there with friends.

Anonymous said...

Top 100 community.

Anonymous said...

May have to 'bury that outstanding community award.

On a serious note, good work by the cops.

Anonymous said...

Since they WILL NOT keep these crabs off our streets... put their name out there... at least their parents names. Give us a chance at staying away from the filth that 95% of this community is raising.