Ocean City Police arrested local man, Curran Hanley, for throwing a bicycle through a 7-Eleven storefront window.
Ocean City is a bike town. With so many people flooding the island during summer weekends, bicycles are often the easiest way to get around. However, over Labor Day weekend, one Ocean City resident allegedly decided to throw his bicycle into the North Division Street 7-Eleven’s storefront window, breaking it in the process.
Around 2:15 a.m. on Saturday morning, police were called to the convenience store. Witnesses and employees were able to provide a detailed description of the suspect and shortly thereafter, walking down Philadelphia Avenue towards the Route-50 bridge. Two OCPD officers began tailing the suspect, who was later identified as 23-year-old Curran Hanley, of Ocean City.
The officers ordered Hanley to stop at least four times. At one point, he turned around and acknowledged the officers, only to keep walking away from them. It took an officer in a vehicle to finally stop Hanley on the west side of the drawbridge.