QA Press Release





INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      01/13/2013 @ 1955

LOCATION:         3600 Barclay Road, Marydel, MD 

VICTIM:               Donna L. Daniels of Marydel

ARREST:               Pending

CHARGE:              Theft


NARRATIVE:        Victim reported the theft of about 100 prescription pills from her residence. The victim stated she and her husband were moving and a friend came over to assist them. This was the only person at the house during the time the pills were stolen. An application for charges has been submitted to the court requesting Theft Charges


DEPUTY:              Dfc. Eric Goodman

CASE:                    13-01459


INCIDENT:           Domestic Assault

DATE / TIME:      01/13/2013 @ 2303 Hours

LOCATION:         100 Block of Massey Avenue, Church Hill, MD

VICTIM:               Casey L. Strickland of Church Hill

ARREST:               Pending

CHARGE:              Assault


NARRATIVE:        Victim reported an argument with her boyfriend and it progressed to him allegedly him shoving her, punching in the head and choking her while on the floor. The male had fled to location prior to Sheriff’s Deputies arriving. A search of the area failed to locate the subject. The victim had minor injuries consistent with her report of the incident. An application for charges was submitted to the court for the male.


DEPUTY:              Dfc. Eric Goodman

ASSIST:                 Deputy Aaron Wilson

CASE:                    13-01474


INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      01/14/2013 @ 1436 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:         2000 Block of Busic Church Road, Marydel

VICTIM:               Jeffery Briggs of Clayton DE.

ARREST:               Pending



NARRATIVE:        Victim reported the theft of a John Deere grain drill from his property. Victim advised that he had had an International 16’ plow disc stolen from the same location just days before. A neighbor had seen a blue Dodge Dakota towing a grain drill into Delaware, followed it and had written the tag number down. Another person reported seeing a blue Dodge Dakota towing a green disc on Burris Road in Delaware, stop and unhitch the grain drill and leave it in the roadway. It was also reported that the Dakota truck was loaded with various metal objects. The grain drill, valued at $1200 was located still in the roadway and identified by the victim as his.


With the assistance of Delaware State Police, Deputy Armington went to the nearest metal scrap  location, Dover Scrap Metal. It was found that the co-owner of the pickup was regular customer there and had scrapped metal there numerous times in the course of several days including one object that a loader was needed to pick up. Investigation remains open.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Chase Armington

ASSIST:                 Delaware State Police

CASE:                    13-01540


INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      01/14/2013 @ 1722 Hours

LOCATION:         2100 Block of Busic Church Road, Marydel

VICTIM:               Matthew Gulrich of Marydel

ARREST:               Pending


NARRATIVE:        Victim reported the theft of seven various shaped tractor weights stacked on a pallet near his storage shed. The weights were (5) 100 Pounds weights and (2) 50 pound weights. Investigation remains open.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Chase Armington

CASE:                    13-01554


INCIDENT:           Disorderly Subject

DATE / TIME:      01/16/2013 @ 1436 Hours

LOCATION:         425 Outlet Center Drive


ARREST:               Christopher Pavon (26) of Brentwood, MD

CHARGE:              Disorderly Conduct


NARRATIVE:        Mall Security called requesting a deputy for a disorderly subject at a couple of stores. On arrival, the suspect was in the rear of the Gucci Store picking out clothes. Deputy Wilson made contact with the subject , later identified as Christopher Pavon and asked him to step outside the store. Deputy Wilson noted a strong odor of alcohol on Mr. Pavon. While talking with the subject, he became loud and began to curse causing a scene  with several customers watching and avoiding the area. When he failed to calm down, Pavon was placed under arrest for being disorderly. Witnesses in Gucci and Guess stated the suspect had been in the stores complaining of the prices, yelling and creating a scene and caused several of the clerks to be scared by his actions.


After processing at Sheriff’s Headquarters, Pavon was issued charges for disorderly conduct and was later released.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Aaron Wilson

CASE:                    13-01733


INCIDENT:           Theft from a vehicle

DATE / TIME:      01/16/2013 @ 0319 Hours (Reported)

LOCATION:         900 Block of Monroe Manor Road, Stevensville

VICTIM:               Michael Hutson Jr. of Stevensville


NARRATIVE:        Victim reported someone had entered his unlocked Toyota car during the night and stolen $130 Dollars, cigarettes and a bottle of cologne.


DEPUTY:              Dfc. Seth Ambrose

CASE:                    13-01736


INCIDENT:           Unauthorized Use and Trespassing

DATE / TIME:      01/16/2013 @ 1701 Hours

LOCATION:         Little Farm Lane, Centreville

VICTIM:               Michael K. Beaver of Centreville

                              Kevin V. Higgs of Henderson

ARREST:               Pending

CHARGE:              Unauthorized Use / Trespassing


NARRATIVE:        Mr. Beaver reported he was returning to his farm when he saw a vehicle with its lights on next to his barn. The truck left at a high rate of speed leaving the farm, turned onto RT 304 and then into another farm property that has a lock gate blocking the lane. Victim continued on to his residence and saw a tractor that he had borrowed from Kevin Higgs had been moved, covered with mud and left with the lights on. Victim advised he had been gone just a short time and the tractor was not muddy when he left. Victim also stated he had confronted the driver of the truck as it left the other farm property and identified the driver as a former employee Craig Engle of Centreville.


Later that evening, Mr. Beaver called to report there was activity at the neighboring farm again. Dfc. Goodman responded there and walked up the lane where he confronted four individuals with two trucks. Investigation and interviews of the subjects indicated that earlier in the day Craig Engle had contacted one of the subjects and wanted to “do some scrapping” of old metal on that farm and had walked there. When he didn’t want to walk back , the one subject called his son to come and pick him up and when he did, the truck got stuck. The man sent Craig Engle to get another truck to pull them out but the truck couldn’t do it. Craig Engle then went across the road to his former employer, took a New Holland tractor there and returned with it to attempt to pull the truck out. Engle then returned the tractor to across the road. The man and his son were in the truck when Mr. Beaver had confronted Engle, and when they heard the police were being called left the area. The four that Dfc. Goodman had stopped, all stated they had just come down there to retrieve the truck left earlier. Craig Engle had not returned with them.


Dfc. Goodman completed and submitted charges for William Craig Engle (52) of Centreville for Unauthorized Use of the Tractor and trespassing. A Criminal Summons has been issued. Additional Charges are pending.


DEPUTY:              Dfc. Eric Goodman

ASSIST:                 Deputy Whitney Elliott

CASE:                    13-01748


INCIDENT:           Driving without a License / Illegal Alien

DATE / TIME:      01/165/2013 @ 2003 Hours

LOCATION:         RT 300 @ Harbor Court, Sudlersville


ARREST:               Jorge Leonel Figueroa (24) of Sudlersville

CHARGE:              Driving without a Proper License


NARRATIVE:        Deputy Elliott saw a dark colored vehicle being driven without the headlights on. She stopped the 2001 Dodge Neon on Harbor Court. The driver stated he did not have any identification and gave his name as Jorge Figueroa. When asked why he was driving without lights he stated it was a friend’s car and he didn’t know how to turn them on. A check indicated that Figueroa did not have an issued license and was taken into custody. Figueroa was transported to Sheriff’s Headquarters for processing. During that time he gave four different birthdates and also stated he didn’t know how old he was. He was issued citations for driving without a license, negligent driving, and driving without headlights. Deputy Elliott also contact ICE (Immigration & Customs Enforcement) and as a result a detainer was received to hold Figueroa for a Deportation Hearing.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Whitney Elliott

ASSIST:                 Agent Van Wie (ICE)

CASE:                    13-01762


INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      01/16/2013 @ 2244 Hours

LOCATION:         Fox Run, Grasonville

VICTIM:               Denise Golder of Grasonville


NARRATIVE:        Grasonville Fire Company had responded to Fox Run for a report of a propane gas leak. On arrival they found that a four foot section of copper tubing running from the tank to the house had been cut and taken.


DEPUTY:              Deputy Steve Matthews

ASSIST:                 GVFD

CASE:                    13-01768