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Saturday, July 29, 2017

Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Press Release

On July 23, 2017 at approximately 1245 hours, Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to a residence on Jones Road in Pocomoke for a reported burglary.

Upon arrival Deputies learned that allegedly a suspect made entry to the residence by smashing the glass in a sliding door at the rear of the home. The suspect was identified as Tommy Allen Grady, 39 of Pocomoke. Mr. Grady had attempted to steal a .40 caliber semi-automatic pistol, but fled without taking it prior to the Deputy’s arrival

On July 24, Grady was arrested in Fruitland on multiple theft and trespassing charges, as well as the Worcester County warrant charging him with Burglary 1st Degree Burglary 2nd Degree/Firearm Home Invasion Burglary 3rd Degree Burglary 4th Degree/Dwelling Burglary 4th Degree/Tools Firearm Possession during a Crime of Violence, illegal possession of a registered firearm, possession of a concealed deadly weapon, possession of Handgun, Attempted Theft

Mr. Grady is currently being held in the Wicomico County Detention Center.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is this the same addict who robbed the bank six or seven years ago?

Anonymous said...

My question is, why is still on the street?

Anonymous said...

This dude has been trouble for a long time. Knew from the time that he was little that he was probably going to be nothing in life but trouble.

Anonymous said...

20 years should be about right,maybe more.

Anonymous said...

Definitely is the same guy who robbed the banks years ago. If nothing changes, nothing changes.

Anonymous said...

Back in high school, he was called to the office very, VERY, often. Once he ran his mouth off to me and a friend at lunch one day. The most racist anti white diatribe. We both, once we saw him sitting in a lunch table booth, had a sit down with just him. He thought he was tough until we had enough of him and told him how it was really going to be. I was a wrestler, my friend a Marine recruit. He had a lot of mouth, but nothing to back it up. So now he carries a gun.

No surprise how he turned out. There is no rehabilitation for this one.

Anonymous said...

EVERYONE is capable of rehabilitation.

Anonymous said...

1:07 Not true.
Wastes of flesh all around.
Sad but true.

Anonymous said...

Everyone has the capability to change and turn their lives around for the better. Now whether they make that choice, that is a different story.