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Sunday, July 16, 2017

WCSO Press Release 7-10-17

On Friday July 7, 2017 at 08:15 AM, deputies were conducting proactive traffic enforcement in the area of Nanticoke Road and Pemberton Drive in Salisbury when they recovered this loaded firearm during a traffic stop. The subject arrested, 17 year old Ja’Quan McCarter, was transported to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and charged as an adult with charges related to the illegal possession of the handgun.

36 comments:

Anonymous said...

Arrested the Thug, took the stolen gun away from him, he obtains another stolen gun, kills his cousin and attempts to murder a Maryland State Trooper. A well trained Maryland State Trooper wants to go home after his shift and does what he has to do.

Thank you to Maryland's Finest!

Anonymous said...

What's up with the jaquans having guns

Anonymous said...

Anybody can buy a gun if they are willing to pay the price..... It's called "Black Market."

Anonymous said...

Why does he even need a gun? He's 17. A young wanna be thug

Anonymous said...

You have no idea what you are talking about. These are not the same 2 people. I would advise you to keep your mouth closed and remain hidden behind your keyboard.

Shadow said...

Nice work WCSO! Be safe.

Anonymous said...

Why didn't they release him and let him go about his business and get charges for him later. That's what they did for the senator from Delaware. Fair is fair!!

Anonymous said...

Where do these names come from?

Anonymous said...

say it ain't so Ja'Quan!

Anonymous said...

For protection, same reason anyone has a gun

Anonymous said...

Saturday morning I went to the Mall in Salisbury and was chased to my car when I came out. I am an elderly woman with health problems so I may have looked like a good target. When I passed the mans car parked in the parking lot he hurried around the car screaming that he had designer sunglasses to sell me. I said I was not interested but he followed me faster still yelling. I was able to get into my car and lock my doors but I was terrified. I drove around the mall looking for security but there was no security in the parking area so I stopped and called the police explaining that I couldn't reach the mall security. They attempted but could not reach them either. I was told that an officer would follow up and I left. I will not go near the Mall again without another person with me and only in daylight hours. I tried to post this earlier but I got the day wrong ...it was Saturday morning.

Anonymous said...

Somebody wasn't taking very good care of his weapon.

Anonymous said...

Exactly!! When you treat the same type of incident differently based on the person involved, you open yourself up to questioning and criticism. Very fair question and observation.

Anonymous said...

6:37, different Ja'Quan. This one was Irish...

Anonymous said...

Or robbery.

Anonymous said...

Not the same person but it is the same story over and over again.

Anonymous said...

There must be ten or twelve thousand teens in Salisbury. Three or four thousand are in their late teens. A third of those are black. How many of them do you think are packing?

Anonymous said...

hmmm... A DE state Senator goes to an Airport where he knows he will be checked, scanned, metal detector, etc... along with his luggage. He has a DE gun permit and is old enough to own, purchase, and carry the gun in DE. It was in a pouch of his luggage he hadn't checked. oops, a mistake. A huge one, as he now faces felony charges, regardless of when he was or will be arrested (don't know if he's come back from his trip since nobody has bothered to investigate any further. i.e. a NEWS source).

Vs.

A passenger in a car, with a gun in his pocket, that can be seen when the deputy sees its' outline, and is clearly not old enough to have it, he's 17. he's not legally allowed to possess it, buy it, own it, or get a permit to carry it in MD. He was in a vehicle the operator didn't drive correctly and was stopped for a traffic violation, with no idea he would have contact with any authority figure when he dropped his 9mm into that pocket of his, on the pants he was wearing (no doubt he knew it was there).

Yeah, totally the same thing.

Anonymous said...

Another 'apostophe' gone astray

Anonymous said...

@ 7:59 Are you a tough guy or something ? You hiding behind your keyboard ?

Shadow said...

Perhaps a stop and frisk policy should be impacted- worked for NYC under Rudy Giuliani.

Anonymous said...

Same one you anonymous behind

Anonymous said...

Where are the pity religious family bible yap yaps today on this???? Explain WHY at 17 year old was in possession of a LOADED illegal gun?

EXPLAIN IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! "J" Nicole a comment from either of you?

ENOUGH ALREADY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

1) The senator tried to board a plane with a REGISTERED gun.
2) Jaquan had a unregistered illegal gun
3) Jaquan's criminal past doesn't allow him to possess a gun
4) apples to oranges people. Stop trying to make it a race thing

Anonymous said...

Shadow we can't have that. The liberals cry too much about the stop and frisk policy. It was considered racist. Imagine that. 🙄

Anonymous said...

He had the gun because he was doing research for one of his Advanced Placement Classes at school. Probably not...

Anonymous said...

Who cares. It is a FEDERAL crime to try to carry a gun onto a plane. He WAS NOT PERMITTED to carry IN MARYLAND!! THAT is the law. Apply the law uniformly.

Anonymous said...

Black Lives Matter. I just laugh every time I hear it. They are in crisis but it is whiteys fault right. The kid was a thug plain and simple. Great work Sheriff's Office. Stay safe out there.

Anonymous said...

That's what I thought.

Anonymous said...

With Ahole Lib judges letting them out.

Anonymous said...

No it was proven to be misused. Imagine that

Anonymous said...

Step up 10:06

Anonymous said...

Step down 11:16

Anonymous said...

Nice that they caught someone other than the working people trying to get to their jobs on time. Convert checkpoint for working people trying to multitask spouses, children, appointments while driving to work.

Anonymous said...

Exterminate this criminal!!! That is the sure cure for crime!

Anonymous said...

What? Doesn't gun control work? How did he get that gun? All guns are registered when sold. So who was the original owner? Was it reported stolen? Gun control laws didn't keep this gun from being used by a non-law abiding thug. What good are gun control laws? Rhetorical folks, the answer is obvious. Maryland lawmakers suck.