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Friday, June 16, 2017

WCSO CID Press Release - June 13 & 14, 2017



Justice, Snell
Incident: Motor Vehicle Theft, Theft over $10,000
Date of Incident: June 13, 2017
Location: 204 Linwood Ave Salisbury, Maryland
Suspects:
Damon Treyonne Justice, 29 years old, New Church, VA
Andrew Coleman Snell, 35 years old, Fruitland, MD
Narrative: On June 13, 2017 members of the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office Community Action Team (CAT) assisted members of the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation in the recovery of a stolen motor vehicle. Deputies learned that the vehicle was located in a driveway at 204 Linwood Ave Salisbury, MD. The vehicle had been stolen on June 12, 2017 from a business in Pocomoke City, Maryland. Deputies set up surveillance on the vehicle and observed several subject in the vehicle, and observed the vehicle attempt to leave the driveway. Deputies contacted the vehicle and arrested (2) subjects, later identified as Damon Justice and Andrew Snell. Snell resisted arrest and had to be forcibly removed from the vehicle. Both Snell and Justice were released to the Wicomico County Detention Center.
Charges: Motor vehicle theft, Theft over $10,000

 
WCSO CID Press Release - June 14, 2017
 
Incident: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol (7th offense)
Date of Incident: June 14, 2017
Location: High Street @ Lemmon Hill Lane Salisbury, Maryland
Suspect: Jeffrey Thomas Dickinson, 42 years old, Salisbury, MD
Narrative: On June 14, 2017 members of the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office Community Action Team (CAT) conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle at High Street and Lemmon Hill Lane Salisbury, Maryland. Deputies observed the vehicle run a solid red signal at E. Church Street and Rt. 13 prior to the stop. Upon contacting the driver, Jeffrey Thomas Dickinson, Deputies detected a strong odor of alcohol coming from Dickinson. Dickinson failed a series of standardized field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest. Further investigation revealed that Dickinson’s vehicle was already equipped with an Ignition Interlock Device, for a prior DUI incident, however the device was not working. Deputies also learned that Dickinson has (6) prior convictions for DUI. Dickinson was released on citations pending a court date.
Charges: Driving under the influence of alcohol, Driving while impaired by alcohol, Driving on a suspended license, failure to stop at a steady red signal.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mr. Dickinson needs some help. How about the judge seeing that he gets it.

Anonymous said...

How do you have SIX DUI convictions and still have your drivers license? What judge thinks that is a good decision? And as for Mr. Dickinson, son you better wake your dumb a $$ up before you kill someone and spend the rest of your life in prison. Moron.

Anonymous said...

How are you gonna be stupid enough to steal a car and then park it in your driveway...

Anonymous said...

Someone please explain the CAT. Is this a group of officers or is this a volunteer group? I may have missed the explanation some time back but I would appreciate a current explanation of how it works and who is involved.

Anonymous said...

3:39
Obviously way above your head. Yea, volunteers can make arrests....how stupid can you be????

Anonymous said...

Not a dumb question. The name suggests that the group may have community participation but it is a clever name to make people think they are part of community. Feel good name. They are an undercover group of "super" cops.

Anonymous said...

He really does need help. It's a shame.

Anonymous said...

He has had plenty of chances for "help" they need to finnaly throw the book at him. How many times does it take? every other time it's been a slap on the wrist absolutely rediculous.

Anonymous said...

It has not been a slap on the wrist every other time. You should know that. But there's clearly other issues. He needs something structured, with accountability for his actions, not to be locked up. He needs help and it's not something he's going to learn in jail. Obviously.

Anonymous said...

It has not been a slap on the wrist every other time. You should know that. But there's clearly other issues. He needs something structured, with accountability for his actions, not to be locked up. He needs help and it's not something he's going to learn in jail. Obviously.