Police Blotter

 Kent County Sheriff

PROBATION. Keeshira Danyae Wilson, 28, Chestertown, on April 7, was issued two circuit court arrest warrants charging her with violation of probation. She initially was held in the Kent County Detention Center without bail.

DRUGS. Donta Lavar Montgomery, 29, Millington, on April 7, was issued a circuit court arrest warrant charging him with drug-related offense including possession of a controlled dangerous substance in a school zone with intent to distribute. He initially was held in the Kent County Detention Center without bail.

FTA. Tredale Oneil Harris-Burgess, 34, Chestertown, on April 7, was issued circuit court arrest warrants charging him with failure to appear in court; and failure to comply with a court order. He initially was held in the Kent County Detention Center without bail.

PHONE MISUSE. Jeremy Bradford Johnson, 35, Elkton, on April 7, was issued an arrest warrant charging him with telephone misuse; and obstructing and hindering. The incidents are alleged to have occurred in January.

THEFT. DFC Dave Nolan is investigating an April 11 complaint of a rogue and a vagabond at Worton Park. The complainant told police someone removed a purse from her vehicle after breaking a car window. Loss is estimated to be less than $1,000.

THEFT. Lt. Stuart Lodge is investigating a theft of jewelry on 3rd Avenue in Betterton that was reported April 12. Loss is estimated to be more than $1,500. The complainant told police that the theft occurred in March, according to a sheriff's office news release.

 

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