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Monday, September 12, 2016

Worcester County Sheriff's Office Press Release 9-12-16

On September 10, 2016 around 11:30 pm the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office along with the Pocomoke

City Volunteer Fire Company and Pocomoke City EMS responded to a motor vehicle crash on Sheephouse Road near Buck Harbor Road in Pocomoke City.

Responding units located a 2013 Toyota that had left the road and struck a tree causing the driver and passenger to be trapped. The driver, Timothy Gingrich 19 of Greenbackville, VA, was extricated and transported to Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Mr. Gingrich was later transferred to University of Md. Shock Trauma in stable condition.

The passenger in the vehicle, Logan Moloy 21 of Fruitland, Md., was pronounced deceased on the scene. Mr. Moloy was taken to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore for an autopsy.

The investigation is being conducted by the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Crash Reconstruction Unit. Alcohol and Speed are factors in the crash. Anyone with any information about this crash is asked to contact Cpl Christopher Larmore of the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office at 410-632-1111.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

A tragedy, to be sure, but neither was a stranger to the criminal justice system.

Anonymous said...

Yes it is a tragedy and it does not matter if they had records! A life was taken way to soon! No rude comments needed!

Anonymous said...

Lets stop right there 10:46. Just because you can does not mean you need.

Anonymous said...

8:30, I agree. Thank you

Anonymous said...

What an incredibly insensitive thing to say 10:46

Anonymous said...

I knew the passenger who lost his life. I'm sorry but his "record" has nothing to do with anything here I take offense to your rude comment. That man was a loving caring kind heart human. A "record" doesn't define if you get to lose or keep your life. He was a dear friend I'll miss him so much.

Anonymous said...

This is a horrible tragedy that will affect both families for the rest of their lives. I completely agree with you 8:39 PM; there is absolutely no room for judgement here. The passenger was a friend to all and his death has left a void in so many lives. Many young people are hurting and don't understand and can't comprehend the senseless loss of such a young and promising life. I say that, not to discount his family's pain at all. It's just that the youth who enjoyed his friendship and zest for life are having a very difficult time accepting that they are not invincible as they all seem to think they are in their late teens/early twenties. The loss of Logan, as well as Natalie Insley this summer, is a painful and horrible lesson that many of them have never been exposed to before. Their innocence has been taken. We can only hope that they learn from these tragedies that life is a gift. They need to value that gift and do everything in their power to protect that gift, whether it be to call someone to drive them home, drive a little slower, stay overnight at a friend's house, ask their parents for help and advice when needed, and to love themselves and realize how their loss would profoundly affect those around them. Logan is no longer here to take care of those close to him, as he always did, but he for sure is watching and taking care of them from above. Maybe he was needed in heaven because he can touch even more lives from there than he was physically able to do here on earth. I pray for comfort to all who are hurting so much right now.