On Sunday, November 29, 2015 deputies from the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office arrested 19 year old Jacob Charles Overstreet of 11 Buena Vista Ave., Cambridge, Md. He was charged in connection with an incident in which he attacked another person in the yard of that residence with a machete. During the altercation the victim was bitten several times by the suspect on the face, chest and his right hand. The victim sought treatment at Dorchester General Hospital on his own. The suspect was charged with First Degree Assault and Second Degree Assault and incarcerated on $75,000.00 Bond.
A deputy from the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office responded to a Burglary in progress on Green Point Road, East New Market, Md. on Friday, November 27, 2015. Upon arrival it was learned that 41 year old Amy Michelle Wilson of 1021 Zircion Court, Salisbury, Md. had gained entry to a garage and the residence there, assaulted the home owner and fled the scene. A second deputy near Vienna was able to locate the suspect and take her into custody as she was traveling on Rt.50. The suspect was charged with First Degree Burglary, Third Degree Burglary, Fourth Degree Burglary, Malicious Destruction of Property over $500.00 and Second Degree Assault and ordered Held on $5,500.00 Bond.
On Wednesday, November 25, 2015 deputies working in a covert capacity in the area of Moores Avenue, Cambridge observed 2 suspects involved in suspected drug activity. When deputies approached the two separated and one fled on a bicycle. The two suspects were taken into custody and identified as 64 year old Clevon Lemartin Tilghman of 621
Race Street, Cambridge, Md. and 61 year old Aldrain Lamarr Nichols of 762 Foxtail Drive, Cambridge, Md. Tilghman was charged with Distribution of Crack Cocaine, Possession of Crack Cocaine, Possession with Intent to Distribute Crack Cocaine and Possession of Paraphernalia. He was ordered Held on $150,000.00 Bond. Nichols was charged with Possession of Crack Cocaine and Possession of Paraphernalia and Held on $3,000.00 Bond.
The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office has received reports of citizens receiving packages from U.P.S., FedEx, etc. and the packages being stolen from the delivery location. Sheriff Phillips is reminding everyone to make an effort to retrieve the deliveries as soon as possible after being delivered to deprive these roving thieves that are following the delivery trucks the opportunity to remove the packages. If anyone notices anything suspicious please call the local police department.