Police Blotter

Kent County Sheriff

FTA. Harry Lee Reeves, 75, Chestertown, on Nov. 21, was issued a district court bench warrant for failure to appear in court. He was released on personal recognizance.

THEFT. Lamott Alexander Wilson, 55, Chestertown, on Nov. 21, was issued a district court summons for committing a theft scheme, $100 to $1,500. He was released after signing the summons.

DRUGS. Spencer Whitridge Thomas, 53, Baltimore, on Nov. 25, was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance that is not cannabis following DFC Colin Rhodes’ investigation of a reported suspicious vehicle at the public landing on Broad Neck Road, near Chestertown.

Thomas also was issued a Frederick County District Court arrest warrant charging him with illegal possession of a firearm; illegal possession of ammunition; having a handgun in a vehicle; possession of drug paraphernalia; and controlled dangerous substance-possession of a firearm. He initially was held in the Kent County Detention Center without bond.

PROBATION. Andrew John Rechner, 60, Millington, on Nov. 26, was issued a circuit court bench warrant for violation of probation. He initially was held in the Kent County Detention Center without bond.

ASSAULT. Wallace Edward Sudler, 47, Rock Hall, on Nov. 27, was issued a district court arrest warrant charging him with first- and second-degree assault; and reckless endangerment. He initially was held in the Kent County Detention Center without bond.

IMAGES. Taisha Renee Brown, 41, Worton, on Nov. 27, was issued a district court summons for distributing intimate/sex images. She was released after signing the summons.

Chestertown Police

FTA. Tyrell Romaine Henry Jr., 23, Dover, Del., on Nov. 14, was issued a district court bench warrant for failure to appear in court on must-appear traffic offenses. He was released on personal recognizance.

FTA. Courtland Quincy Crawford-Goldsboro, 35, Chestertown, on Nov. 20, was issued a district court bench warrant for failure to appear in court on must-appear traffic offenses. He was released on personal recognizance.

ASSAULT. Cpl. Chris Schwink, on Nov. 23, responded to the 200-block of Edge of Town Drive for a reported assault. According to a CPD news release, the people involved were referred to the district court commissioner’s office if they wished to pursue charges.

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