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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Fruitland Police Department Press Releases 5-28-14

DATE & TIME: Overnight May 27 through May 28 @ 0600 hours

INCIDENT: Thefts from unsecured vehicles

LOCATION: S. Camden Avenue

CASE NO.: 2014-0590

PERSON CHARGED: Charges Pending

DISPOSITION: Under Investigation

SYNOPSIS: On May 28, 2014
the Fruitland Police Department responded to the area of Ridgefield Lane and South Camden Avenue for several reports of vehicles that had been ransacked and items stolen. Officers learned that during the evening of May 27th and the early morning of May 28th several vehicles in that area had been entered by an unknown suspect(s) and some were reported to have had property stolen from them. All of the vehicles had been left unsecured. Many items of value were not taken and it appears that the suspect(s) were primarily looking for small electronics as well as cash and loose change. Anyone that may have observed anything in the Camden Avenue area during that night or that may have any information is urged to call (410) 548-2803. Any available officer will be able to assist with obtaining information. The Fruitland Police would also like to remind citizens to lock their vehicles and keep valuables out of sight to reduce the opportunities for criminals. Please report any suspicious activity in your neighborhood immediately.

DATE & TIME: Wednesday May 28, 2014 @ 0148 hours

INCIDENT: Prohibited Person in Possession of a Regulated Firearm

LOCATION: Rt.13 @ S. Division St.

CASE NO.: 2014-0589

PERSON CHARGED: Jayson M. Herron Beverly, WV.

AGE: 24

CHARGE(s) Possession of Marijuana
Regulated Firearm: Illegal Possession
Firearm Possession W/Felony Conviction
Handgun in Vehicle
Handgun on Person
Knowingly Alter Firearm ID Number (Obliterated Serial#)


at approximately 0148 hours, a Fruitland officer conducted a traffic stop for speeding in the area of S. Fruitland Blvd and S. Division St. Due to the behavior of the vehicle occupants and the officer’s observations, a narcotics detection K-9 was requested from the Wicomico County Sheriffs Office. The K-9 alerted to the presence of the odor of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. A probable cause search revealed a marijuana smoking device and a loaded .40 Caliber Pistol with obliterated serial numbers. Herron is prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition. Herron was placed under arrest and transported to WCDC.


Anonymous said...

these crackheads are out of control. must be hard up for pennies

Bush'man said...

...certainly it was registered...

Anonymous said...

Why don't people lock their cars? That's why they put locks on them- to keep other people out & your stuff in. Unless you have a fenced in yard with a locked gate, anyone off the street can walk into your yard and ransack your car.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Herron has at least one verifiable public record on file which is dated July 8, 2013 as provided by West Virginia Regional Jail And Correctional Facility Authority.

Anonymous said...

Gotta love living in the Bury. Yeah, I know it is Fruitviile, but it all the same to those of us that live in the country.

Anonymous said...

don't keep anything of value in your vehicle and you won't need to lock your doors and then have someone break your window to get inside. If it's valuable, why would you leave it in your car anyway?