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Kent County Police Blotter

Kent County Sheriff

ASSAULT. Rebecca Lee Goldsborough, 21, Chestertown, on Sept. 13, was issued a district court summons for second-degree assault.

DRUGS. Kelley Lee Crouch, 41, Chestertown, on Sept. 13, was issued a district court arrest warrant charging her with possession of a controlled dangerous substance that is not marijuana in a place of confinement. She initially was held in the Kent County Detention Center without bail.

FTA. Samantha Gonzalez Lopez, 23, Millington, on Sept. 13, was issued a district court bench warrant for failure to appear in court. She was released on personal recognizance.

FTA. Roshayla Brittany Miller, 29, Church Hill, on Sept. 14, was issued a circuit court bench warrant for failure to appear in court. She initially was held in the Kent County Detention Center without bail.

ORDER. Curt Matthew Lichty, 54, Millington, on Sept. 14, was issued a district court arrest warrant charging him with violating a protective order (two counts). He initially was held in the Kent County Detention Center without bail.

BURGLARY. Javar Lamont Gilbert, 38, Chestertown, on Sept. 18, was charged with trespass on private property; third-degree burglary; and burglary, fourth-degree dwelling. He initially was held in the Kent County Detention Center without bail.

The offenses are alleged to have occurred in the 25000-block of Lambs Meadow Road, Worton, at about 6:45 a.m. The complainant told police that a male forced his way into their residence and was still there.

According to a sheriff’s office news release, the male, subsequently identified as Gilbert, was located in a bedroom. He was taken into custody without incident.

PROBATION. Kandace Aline Sarratt, 35, Middle River, on Sept. 18, was issued a district court bench warrant for violation of probation. She initially was held in the Kent County Detention Center without bail.

ASSAULT. Deputies on Sept. 18 responded to the 30000-block of Chesterville Bridge Road, near Millington, for an assault that reportedly occurred “days prior,” according to a sheriff’s office news release. The complainant was referred to the district court commissioner’s office if they wanted to file charges.

FTA. Franklin Alexander Wilson, 41, Newville, Pa., on Sept. 21, was issued a circuit court body attachment for failure to appear in court. Bail initially was set at $2,000.

FTA. Arlington Damont Phillips, 54, Worton, on Sept. 21, was issued a district court bench warrant for failure to appear in court. He was released on personal recognizance.

BURGLARY. The investigation is continuing into a Sept. 23 burglary in the former Millington Elementary School in the 100-block of Sassafras Street. According to a sheriff’s office news release, someone broke out a rear window to gain entry into the building. Property inside the building was destroyed, according to police.

PROBATION. Javar Lamont Gilbert, 38, Chestertown, on Sept. 24, was issued a circuit court bench warrant for violation of probation. He initially was held in the Kent County Detention Center without bail.

PROBATION. Stephen Reed Lochcary, 67, Worton, on Sept. 24, was issued a district court bench warrant for violation of probation. He was released on personal recognizance.

ASSAULT. Deputies on Sept. 25 responded to the 23000-block of Old Fairlee Road, near Chestertown, for a reported domestic disturbance. The complainant was referred to the district court commissioner’s office to pursue charges, according to a sheriff’s office news release.

ASSAULT. Levanta Terrell Kiah, 29, Randallstown, on Sept. 26, was issued a Baltimore City District Court arrest warrant charging him with second-degree assault; and false imprisonment. He was released on $15,000 unsecured bond.

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THEFT. Michelle Marie Scott, 35, Chestertown, on Sept. 12, was issued a district court summons for theft, $100 to less than $1,500. She was released on personal recognizance. The offense is alleged to have occurred Sept. 7 in the 100-block of Philosophers Terrace.

ASSAULT. A juvenile on Sept. 12 was referred to the Department of Juvenile Services on a complaint of assault. The offense is alleged to have occurred in the 100-block of Morgnec Road. Chief Ronald Dixon and Officer Meera Srinivasan investigated.

FRAUD. Officer Meera Srinivasan is investigating a Sept. 13 complaint of fraud by credit card in the 300-block of High Street.

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