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Saturday, November 29, 2014

Worcester County Sheriff's Office Press Releases 11-29-14

On Friday 11/28/2014 at approximately 1530 hours Deputy Sheriffs of the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to an address on Doe Drive Berlin, MD to assist with a stolen vehicle investigation reported to the Seaford Police Department. Upon arrival the deputies observed a vehicle matching the description of the stolen vehicle. 

During the investigation and subsequent interviews it was learned that Ms. Jerrianne Morris, 36 years of age of Seaford, De. stole the vehicle from the Seaford Wal-Mart parking lot. A tracking device that was installed on the vehicle identified the location where it was recovered. The total amount stolen was approximately $8,000.00. Ms. Morris was charged with Theft of a Motor Vehicle. A wanted check was conducted on Ms. Morris and revealed Ms. Morris has two District Court of Maryland Bench Warrants and an out of state warrant issued by Delaware. 

Ms. Morris appeared before a District Court Commissioner and was held on a $25,000.00 bond for the Motor Vehicle Theft. Ms. Morris was held on a $25,000.00 bond and a $20,000.00 unsecured bond on the Maryland District Court warrants. Ms. Morris was held without bond on the Delaware Fugitive Warrant.

Date: November 24, 2014 @ 4:50PM
WCSO Case # 14-0001240 

LOCATION: Walmart – 11416 Ocean Gateway
Berlin, Worcester County 

ACCUSED : 1) Fatima MEJBER 42yoa Female
Ocean City, Maryland
- Theft less than $1,000
- Disposition: Released on Criminal Citation

On Monday, November 24, 2014 at 4:50PM members of the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to Walmart - 11416 Ocean Gateway, Berlin, Worcester County, Maryland for a Theft. 

Prior to units arriving on scene, it was reported that the individual involved had fled the area and a vehicle/suspect description were broadcast to area law enforcement. Unfortunately, the suspect (Fatima MEJBER) was not apprehended until the following day.

During an interview with MEJBER she acknowledged that she was responsible for the theft and provided a written confession. She voluntarily surrendered all items and they were returned to Walmart. The combined total value of items stolen was $197.87. 

MEJBER was released after being issued a Criminal Citation and the case is pending adjudication in the District Court.


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