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Caroline County Sheriff's Office Arrest Michael Carpenter and Charles "CJ" Carpenter. - Caroline County Sheriff's Office Arrest Crystal Robison. - Deputies from the Caroline County Sheriff's Office Arrest Kevin Bordley. - The Caroline Circle - Caroline County and the Mid Shore News : The Caroline Circle – Caroline County and the Mid Shore News

Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Arrest Michael Carpenter and Charles “CJ” Carpenter. – Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Arrest Crystal Robison. – Deputies from the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Arrest Kevin Bordley.

| June 30, 2017 | 1 Comment

 

In April 2017, Dale Collett reported to the Sheriff’s Office that a Burglary had occurred to his residence and his Ruger P95 9mm handgun had been stolen. During the investigation, Detectives learned that Michael Carpenter and Charles “CJ” Carpenter were suspected of committing the Burglary. Investigation revealed that Michael Carpenter had entered the victim’s residence on another occasion in March 2017 and stole $200 in U.S currency as well as a ladies engagement ring. Both Michael and Charles were suspected of conspiring to commit the Burglary when the handgun was taken.

The stolen firearm and ammunition were recovered at a residence in Denton, Maryland in June 2017. The currency and engagement ring were not recovered.

On June 21, Michael Carpenter was taken into custody on an Arrest Warrant, charging him with multiple counts of Burglary and Theft. On June 22, Charles “CJ” Carpenter was taken into custody on an Arrest Warrant charging him with multiple counts of Burglary and Theft as well.

Michael Carpenter was seen by a court commissioner and later released. Charles “CJ” Carpenter was seen by a court commissioner and held at the Caroline County Detention Center on NO BOND.

 

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On June 25, 2017, at approximately 1410 hours,

Caroline County Sheriff’s Office responded to a Violation of a Protective Order complaint. Investigation revealed on this day at approximately 1200 hours, while the victim was at his residence, Crystal Robison, stopped in the center of the roadway in front of the victims’ residence and stated “we need to work this out. The victim advised Crystal then threw a set of keys from her vehicle, over a ditch and into his yard. Further investigation revealed that on the same day, at approximately 1400 hours, Crystal had returned to the residence, however; this time she drove up into the driveway, which was seen on a video taken by the victim. The victim was able to positively identify the vehicle as belonging to Crystal.

 

On June 26, 2017, an Arrest Warrant was issued for Crystal, for two counts of violating an exparte/protective order. Crystal was located at her residence in Greensboro, Maryland, at which time; she was taken into custody for the arrest warrant. After being seen by the Caroline County District Court Commissioner, Crystal was released on $5,000 Unsecured Bond.

 

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On 6/25/2017 at 1448hrs,

Deputies from the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office responded to Greensboro MD, Caroline County MD  in reference to an unwanted subject.

Upon arrival on the scene contact was made with the complainant advised that upon waking up at the their address at approximately 1400hrs, she noticed her husband later identified as Kevin Bordley. Ms. Bordley further advised that an active final protective order has been served on Mr. Bordley as of 12/19/2016. A verification check was completed in reference the above stated order at which time the order is present and active (Case #C-05-FM-16-000255).

Mr. Bordley was observed standing in the rear of the yard at the address as stated above. Mr. Bordley was advised that he was violating the protective order and was subsequently placed under arrest for the violation of the above stated protective order. Mr. Bordley was taken before the Caroline County Commissioner where he was order to be held on no bond at the Caroline County Detention Center.

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  1. Harry Palmer says:

    So why do they post NO BOND in the article and that day these people are still in our neighborhoods. My fathers house was burglarized by two men . NO BOND. Instead of trying to save face and convince the community that they have no worries , state the truth so people know these criminals are still on the streets . Pathetic . this ain’t the first time the authorities have played hero instead of actually keeping the community safe. The legal system is trash these days

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