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Monday, July 31, 2017

Wicomico Co. Murder Victim Identified – Search For Suspects Continues

(SALISBURY, MD) — After the release of photos of distinctive tattoos, Maryland State Police were contacted by family members and have been able to identify a man who was murdered late this morning in Wicomico County

The victim is identified as Tavin T. Molock, 32, of Salisbury, Md. He was pronounced dead at Peninsula Regional Medical Center earlier today

A description of suspects is not available at this time. Investigators believe more than one person may have been involved and the individuals may have included both males and females.

Shortly before 11:30 a.m. today, Salisbury Police Department officers responded to the 400-block of Bethel Street, Salisbury, Md., for the report of an unresponsive person. Officers found the victim and noticed he had apparent trauma to the upper torso. He was transported to the hospital for treatment, where he later died.

Maryland State Police Homicide Unit investigators were requested to respond and conduct the investigation into this apparent homicide. The preliminary investigation indicates the victim was assaulted by one or more suspects while he was on Bethel Street, in Salisbury, shortly after 11:00 a.m. today.

The victim’s body has been transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore. An autopsy will determine the cause and manner of death.

Anyone with information about the identity of the victim or about his murder, is urged to call the Salisbury Police Department at 410-548-3165, or the Maryland State Police at 410-749-3101. Callers may remain anonymous.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey pt Mayor take your head out of dabury A..

Anonymous said...

Some are saying he is a father. That's real nice. I'd like to know what kind of female would make a baby with him! It's not like he was a model citizen being productive and law biding. That's the problem. So many black women have such low or not any at all high goals and self esteem. They will sleep with anyone. So much of what they call "music" promotes a disrespect to women so that's all they know. Men use them and because they think it's what you do they allow it and are then stuck in a life of poverty. They aren't really living life just existing. Sad but true.

Anonymous said...

As a white middle aged male I'm calling out all hypocritical whites being so critical its because of your white suburbia addict kids that feed it, and most of the girls you're referring to are your daughter's and granddaughter's. Clean up your own cesspools

Saundra lankford said...

What gives you the right to judge someone family...im sure your family isnt perfect..he is my husband cousins...get a life

Anonymous said...

I just scoped out this kid's mile long rap sheet riddled with DUI's, traffic offenses, numerous driving while suspended, CDS possessions, CDS distributions, firearm possession and assault charges. Nearly all were Nolle Prosequi and only a few slaps on the wrists. He even got off on a MISDEMEANOR charge for altering a firearm serial number - last time I checked that was a felony, not a misdemeanor! Perhaps if our court systems did their job properly and didn't fail us, this guy would still be alive. He'd be in jail, but alive. It makes you wonder whose side our judicial system is really on.

As a middle class white male, I know for a fact that I would be locked up quickly or heavily fined if I was even a one time offender. It seems like we are the ones that the example is made of these days. In my younger, dumber years, I got arrested for DUI after blowing a .09. I spent weekends in jail for a month and paid nearly $10K in lawyer fees, court costs and fines. That was my first and only DUI offense. I have also NEVER got off on a single traffic violation. I have always cooperated with police, yes sir, no sir, polite to judges, but I still get the fines and points on my license EVERY TIME. I was pissed at the time, but I am thankful now for the hard punishment that the judges reigned down on me. Had they not, I may have not learned my lesson and continued to head down the wrong path. Instead, I am now a successful businessman with a wife and family that I love and provide for. Perhaps if the judges did the same for the punks wreaking havoc on the streets these days then we'd see a lot less violence and repeat offenders popping up in the news. I guess getting punished was a part of my "white privilege" but I can tell you this much, letting these punks (or the punk I used to be) off easy isn't helping them at all. It ultimately hurts them.

Anonymous said...

Try again 9:11. Not my daughters or anyone in my extended family so don't try that nonsense. None of mind are addicts and the police have never come to my door. And you know why. Because I did everything right starting off with waiting until we had a home, had saved some money THEN had children. They were supervised constantly. They were raised by family and not by the government. When they told me they had nothing to do they were told to read a book or clean their room. We had dinner together every single night and extended family dinners on Sunday. They went to church and were programmed to think when mother can't see them God can so stay on the up and up. WE not them picked and chose their friends and who they could associate with. I don't have a cess pool honey. I have the perfect stress free life and that is because I was diligent and did things the right way even if at times it would have been easier to not.

Anonymous said...

Let the keep it up. They will kill themselves off. And by them I mean criminals. Bye bye.

Anonymous said...

Please their the first ones out there creeping around. What do you have surveillance on them 24-7

Anonymous said...

Looks like juice came up on the wrong side of his tommy gun. Can you imagine the fear the decent people in that once decent neighborhood feel.Captain Jake call in your national guard to do your job.