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WCSO Press Releases August 3, 2015

Incident: Theft / Possession of Heroin

Date of Incident: 2 August 2015

Location: 200 block of Cherry Way, Salisbury, MD

Suspect: Liviu Andrei Costica, 24, Hebron, MD
                               
Narrative: On 2 August 2015 at12:10 PM a deputy responded a residence in the 200 block of Cherry Way in Salisbury for the reported theft of a paycheck. The victim identified the suspect as an individual known as Liviu Costica of Hebron. According to the victim, the paycheck was removed from the victim’s wallet while it wasunattended and subsequently cashed by Costica.

The deputy found Costica about an hour later sitting in the parking lot of aconvenience store in Salisbury. During that encounter, the deputy discovered what was identified as a syringe and heroin in Costica’s possession. Costica stated he took the paycheck in an effort to obtain cash that he could use to purchase Heroin.

The deputy placed Costica under arrest and transported him to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Costica on a bond of $12,000.00 in the Detention Center. That bond was raised to $25,000.00 at a bond review on 3 August 2015.

Also, Costica was wanted on four outstanding warrants:
1. Violation of Probation - Unauthorized Removal of Property
2. Violation of Probation – Unauthorized Removal of Property
3. Failure to Appear – CDS Possession
4. Failure to Appear – CDS Possession

Total Bond for warrants: $75,000.00.

Charges: Theft, Possession of Heroin and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
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Incident: Vandalism / Reckless Endangerment

Date of Incident: 30 July 2015

Location: 100 block of Main Street, Mardela Springs, MD

Suspect: Roger Dale Wilson, 31, Delmar, DE
                                 
Narrative: On 30 July 2015 a deputy arrested Roger Wilson in connection with a complaint that he drove by a residence in Mardela Springs and shot out three windows with a pellet gun.  During the investigation, the deputy learned that Wilson reportedly had some animosity with the subject who resided at that location and that this had been part of an on-going problem.

The deputy applied for and obtained a warrant for Wilson’s arrest. Upon arrest, the deputy transported Wilson to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Wilson in lieu of $5,000.00 bond.

Charges: Malicious Destruction of Property and Reckless Endangerment

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Incident: Driving Suspended

Date of Incident: 2 August 2015

Location: Nanticoke Road at Bank Road, Nanticoke, MD

Suspect: Clinton Richard Hicks, 33, Tyaskin, MD
                               
Narrative: On 2 August 2015 at 4:00PM a deputy was on patrol in the Nanticoke area when the deputy recognized Clinton Hicks operating a motor vehicle in that area. The deputy was aware of an outstanding bench warrant that had been issued for Hicks after he failed to show for a driving suspended case. The deputy stopped Hicks and took him into custody.

The deputy also charged Hicks with diving suspended again.

Hicks was detained without bond in the Detention Center.

Charges: Driving Suspended and Failure to Appear
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Incident: WCSO Warrant Arrests

Date of Incident: 30 July 2015

1.     On 30 July 2015 a deputy arrested Antonio Dominick Whittaker, 35 of Crisfield, MD, on a District Court Bench Warrant.The warrant was issued after Whittaker violated the terms of his probation in a Disorderly Conduct Case. Whittaker was released on unsecured bond.










2.     On 30 July 2015 a deputy arrested Gina Grace Outten, 31 of Laurel, DE, on a District Court Bench Warrant. The warrant was issued after Outten failed to appear for court in a CDS Possession case. Outten was released on Personal Recognizance.










3.     On 30 July 2015 a deputy arrested Billie Jo Stephenson, 34 of Salisbury, MD, on a District Court Bench Warrant. The warrant was issued after Stephenson failed to appear for a theft case.Stephenson was detained on a bond of $10,000.00.
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Incident: WCSO Warrant Arrests

Date of Incident: 2 August 2015

1.     On 2 August 2015 a deputy arrested Kimberly Hockman, 41 of Mardela Springs, MD at her residence on an outstanding arrest warrant from Worcester County. Hockman was wanted in connection with a felony theft that occurred in that county. Hockman was detained on a bond of$7,500.00.









2.     On 2 August 2015 a deputy arrested Kevin Lamont Davis, 50 of Salisbury, MD, on a Child Support Body Attachment.  Davis was detained in lieu of $750.00 cash bond.










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Releasing Authority: Lt. Tim Robinson       Date:  3 August 2015

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Daaamn western wicomico county is awesome. Wtf is wrong with all of you. Mardela hebron and westside fill up the blotter.

Anonymous said...

So a deputy pulled over a guy because he was aware an warrant had been issued. Bull shit! Hkw did that deputy know the man hadn't taken care of that warrant earlier that day? He didn't! He pulled him over and ran his name to confirm. This is wrong and a violation of his rights.

Anonymous said...

But he hadnt taken care of it and was driving illegally now wasnt he. Keep enabling him see what that gets you. I just love how its always someone elses fault when some trash gets pinched.

Anonymous said...

If he had 'taken care' of the warrant, he wouldn't have had a problem when he got pulled over!?????

Anonymous said...

Not too smart to drive around westside with no liscens and a warrant when several leos live there and everybody knows tour business

Not Quite Understanding said...

With the license plate readers the deputies can get a "hit" just by riding near your car. That is probably all that they need in order to pull you over. Same thing goes for those who have CCW permits, I'm sure that when the cop pulls you over that they already are aware that you might have a gun on your person.

Anonymous said...

Pretty simple to figure out as he was held without bond. If he'd of taken care of it he'd be in jail not out endangering the lives of others.

Anonymous said...

daaam Salisbury - what's wrong with all you people??

Anonymous said...

Keep allowing warrantless searches and see what happens when its time for your guns.

Anonymous said...

There was no reason to pull him in the first place. And an officer has to confirm in real time of any warrants. So with no reason to pull him over the officer had no right to run his current status. This is 30 yrs of TV that's conformed the sheep as yourself to believe a cop can say " that guy had a suspended license last month, I'm gonna check him out." And does so with out any reason but that. It's wrong.

Anonymous said...

Which is true and a load of crap. Any legal law abiding citizen could be driving any persons vehicle at any given time. A tag reader says dude has a warrant and that innocent person gets pulled at gun point and the cop never actually confirmed the identity of the driver. No driving viations what so ever and an innocent person may be killed by a scared cop.

Anonymous said...

Now was be endangering others? By not having a $100 + piece of plastic that says he can drive?

Anonymous said...

Wouldn't the Maryland case search show a bench warrant had been issued? I can't find one on there. I could see if maybe it was the same officer that pulled him over the first time and he didn't show for court...but it is two different officers. Sheriff department is getting shadier by the day.

Anonymous said...

Wow I've never seen so many wrong tv law degree idiots on here.

Anonymous said...

Suspect: Liviu Andrei Costica, Obviously NOT from Hebron. Fools.
Maybe El Salvador, not Hebron.

Anonymous said...

So, the deputy sees this guy driving, recognizes him, thinks "gee, I think that guy is suspended and/or wanted, " runs his information, verified the same, and the deputy is wrong for doing his job, just because he is a "kop" (in this blog's vernacular )?WTF? We have plenty of LEOs doing knucklehead stuff across our nation, for sure, but this incident isn't one of those cases. The guy was wrong and the deputy made a good arrest. Period.

Anonymous said...

Maybe Romania, not El Salvador, Fool!

Anonymous said...

Billie Jo has had a tough 34 years.

Anonymous said...

Sharptown needs to step it up.

Anonymous said...

And the cops write the scripts. They make up rules as they go. Tweek a charge and let a judge figure it out .

Anonymous said...

Yes it's wrong. The cop dosent know for sure. And its against the law for police to run a person's info for no reason. If the guy was speeding swerving etc.... Yes.