RFC’s Leonard challenge coins
The Greg Leonard challenge coins should arrive by the first week of June. “We are still accepting pre-orders, you can visit …
The Greg Leonard challenge coins should arrive by the first week of June. “We are still accepting pre-orders, you can visit https://forms.gle/Gt17f84QuD19pTn96 to order your coins ahead of time,” a statement from Rescue Fire Company said. “You’ll also be able to purchase after they arrive without having to fill the form out.”
100% of the proceeds from these coins go into the Greg Leonard Scholarship Fund. Rescue Fire Company gives a $1,000 scholarship out of this fund each year. Rules and how to apply can be found on the organization’s website.
On May 11, at approximately 4:42 p.m., Cambridge Police Department officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 400 block of Dorchester Avenue for a traffic violation. While the officer was walking up to the vehicle, the driver fled, continuing to Cedar Street.
Officers pursued the vehicle. While on Cedar Street, an officer observed the occupants throw a handgun from the vehicle.
The vehicle continued to flee onto Academy Street, then to Muir Street, continuing through multiple streets until it pulled over in the 500 block of Clinton Street. Three subjects then fled on foot.
Officers apprehended the driver of the vehicle on Clinton Street at Fairmont Avenue. The driver was identified as a 23-year-old Cambridge man.
He denied being involved in the vehicle pursuit. Officers located his driver’s license in the driver’s door handle of the vehicle, which was found to be registered to the suspect’s family member.
The man was placed under arrest and transported to CPD for processing and further investigation. A K9 track was attempted to locate the other two suspects, with negative results. CPD officers recovered the first gun thrown from the vehicle in the 300 block of Cedar Street. The handgun was identified as a Smith & Wesson .40-caliber handgun loaded with an additional 27 rounds of ammunition in an extended magazine.
The driver had his initial appearance before a court commissioner and was released on $10,000 unsecured bond.
Naail Saadiq Thompson was charged with:
On May 11, at approximately 7:17 p.m., CPD officers were dispatched to the 500 block of Academy Street for a found handgun. This area is the flight path that the vehicle fled from officers. Officers located a loaded Smith & Wesson Hellcat 9mm handgun.
On May 12, at approximately 11:54 a.m., CPD officers responded to the 200 block of Cedar Street. This area is the flight path that the vehicle fled from officers. Officers located a loaded Smith and Wesson M&P Shield 9mm handgun and ammunition.
This investigation is continuing, and additional arrest and charges will be pending.
The Wicomico County Sheriff’s responded to the 1100 block of Jersey Road in reference to theft of a Wicomico County Public Schools school bus that occurred Dec. 28, 2023, and two Wicomico County Public Schools transportation vans that occurred Dec. 29, 2022.
The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division assumed the investigation. It was determined that three suspects were involved in both incidents. The stolen school bus and one of the stolen transportation vans were located in Hurlock.
The transportation van had been wrecked and was a total loss. The second transportation van was located just down the road from the transportation facility.
Through investigation, one of the suspects was identified as a 16-year-old juvenile and a second suspect was identified as a 17-year-old juvenile. The third suspect remains unidentified.
As a result of the incidents, it is estimated that it will cost approximately $29,253 to repair the vehicles to include the assessed value of the totaled van.
A request for charges was submitted to juvenile services for the two identified suspects including three counts of motor vehicle theft, two counts of burglary fourth degree, and three counts of MDOP over $1,000.
Anyone with information regarding the investigation is asked to contact the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation at 410-548-4898.
On May 11, CPD officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for equipment violations. Contact was made with the operator who was identified as Davonte Marcell Brooks, 29 years old of Easton. Brooks was found to have an active District Court Bench Warrant for failure to appear in court through the Maryland State Police on an original charge of driving on suspended license. Brooks was placed under arrest.
During the course of the traffic stop, a 31-year-old Cambridge man arrived on scene, failed to obey orders and became disorderly, which caused a crowd to gather. Ganes Brooks was charged with obstruct and hindering and disorderly conduct.
On May 13, CPD officers responded to the 600 block of Wells Street for a disturbance and a report of an armed subject. Officers contacted a 29-year-old Cambridge man, who was found to be in possession of a loaded handgun with an extended magazine. Joehery Ortiz Alvarez was charged with the following:
On May 14, CPD officers responded to the Cambridge Inn in reference to a physical altercation. Multiple victims reported that they had been assaulted by a 49-year-old Cambridge woman. Angel Renee Osborne was charged with:
On May 14, CPD officers located a 23-year-old Cambridge woman and served her a criminal summons. Natiya Nychole Jones was charged with:
On May 14, CPD officers located a 23-year-old Cambridge man who had multiple warrants for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and transported to CPD for processing and his initial appearance before a court commissioner. Tyrek Sincere Meekins was turned over to the Dorchester County Department of Corrections on no bond.
On May 14, CPD officers responded to the 700 block of Greenwood Avenue for a large fight in progress. A 28-year-old Delmar man identified as a suspect assaulted an officer.
As officers tried to place him in custody, he continued to physically resist arrest and assault the arresting officer.
Donnel Lamor Jones was subsequently subdued and placed under arrest and transported to CPD for processing and his initial appearance before a court commissioner. Jones was turned over to the Dorchester County Department of Corrections on no bond. Jones was charged with:
Meanwhile, another officer attempted to calm the situation when a 34-year-old Cambridge woman continued to be disorderly. Ashley Renee Butler was charged with disorderly conduct.
On May 15, at approximately 8 a.m., CPD officers responded to the 200 block of Washington Street for a reported disturbance. While conducting the investigation, a male subject provided a false name.
Other CPD officers positively identified the subject as Leroy Yuman IV, 40 years old of Vienna. Yuman had multiple warrants for his arrest.
When officers attempted to place Yuman into custody, he attempted to pull away from officers and run out in front of vehicles on Washington Street. Officers quickly pulled Yuman back where he continued to resist arrest. Yuman was charged with offenses including disorderly conduct and drug violations.
On May 15, CPD officers located a 29-year-old Cambridge man in the 600 block of Robbins Street who had multiple warrants for his arrest. Markiez Javon Lee Dixon was placed under arrest and transported to CPD for processing and his initial appearance before a court commissioner. Dixon was turned over to the Dorchester County Department of Corrections on no bond.
On May 15, CPD officers located a 38-year-old Cambridge woman in the 800 block of Hubbard Street who had an active Dorchester County Circuit Court arrest warrant. She was arrested and transported to CPD for processing. Kashina Nadea Dashiell was charged with offenses including CDS possession with intent distribute narcotic (2 counts) and neglect of minor (3 counts).