On April 28, 2014, Safe Streets Offender Kevin Rashaan Horsey, Sr., age 22, of Salisbury, Maryland, was sentenced on a charge of possession with the intent to distribute cocaine. Horsey had pleaded guilty to this offense on February 12, 2014. Horsey’s sentencing was deferred until this morning, April 28th. At his sentencing hearing, a Wicomico County Circuit Court judge sentenced Horsey to a total of fourteen years of active incarceration in the Maryland Division of Corrections. Horsey was also ordered to forfeit a total of $1,442 of suspected drug proceeds which had been seized during his arrest. This sentence was ordered to run consecutively to several other sentences which Horsey is currently serving for drug offenses and a violation of probation.
Horsey had been pending charges related to his October 2, 2013 arrest by members of the Maryland State Apprehension Team who were seeking Horsey on three open and active warrants. When investigators located and apprehended Horsey, he was found to be carrying the $1,442 and approximately 57 grams of cocaine on his person.
Wicomico County State’s Attorney Matthew A. Maciarello commended the Maryland State Apprehension Team for their work in the investigation and prosecution of this case. The Maryland State Apprehension Team includes, among other agencies, the Maryland State Police, the Salisbury Police Department, and the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office. Mr. Maciarello also thanked James L. Britt who prosecuted Horsey.