Wade Delray Felton, Jr. of Grasonville, MD (19 year old African American Male) surrendered himself to Deputies at the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office for questioning in reference to the homicide of Maiky Jerrally Ferreras on November 19, 2017.

| November 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

 

  • UPDATE- ARREST MADE: On Friday, November 24, 2017 Wade Delray Felton, Jr. of Grasonville, MD (19 year old African American Male) surrendered himself to Deputies at the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office for questioning in reference to the homicide of  Maiky Jerrally Ferreras on November 19, 2017.

 

After an interview performed by the Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Unit, Mr. Felton was placed under arrest and charged with Second Degree Murder, Manslaughter, Reckless Endangerment, Use of a Firearm in the Commission of a Crime of Violence, Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine, Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana, along with other related charges. Mr. Felton was taken before the District Court Commissioner where he was held without bail. This will remain an active and ongoing case.

 

“I made it known to everyone, that if you commit a crime in Queen Anne’s County we are going to hunt you down, arrest you, and find out the truth. The Detectives in my agency along with allied agencies across the Shore worked around the clock- knocking on doors, reviewing evidence, interviewing potential witnesses, and in less than a week we made an arrest” said Sheriff Gary Hofmann “I want to personally thank our community for the large amount of tips that were received by my office and Metro Crime Stoppers, they were extremely helpful in identifying Mr. Felton as a suspect and starting the process of bringing him to justice.

 

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family during this very difficult time.” “I want to thank the Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation’s Unit for their diligence in identifying and locating Mr. Felton as a suspect in this crime. My office will use all its resources to prosecute Mr. Felton based on the evidence and the law” said State’s Attorney Lance G. Richardson. “Queen Anne’s County residents need to know they live in a safe community and those who choose to break the law here- will be prosecuted.”

 

Original Release: On November 19, 2017 at 4:39a.m., Deputies from the Queen Anne’s County Office of the Sheriff, other law enforcement personnel from allied agencies, and the Maryland State Police Crime Lab responded to a 911 call at 1A Fisher Manor in Grasonville, MD to check the welfare of a person at that address. Upon their arrival, Deputies located a male victim on the second floor of his home, suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. EMS personnel from the Queen Anne’s Department of Emergency Services arrived shortly afterward and pronounced the victim deceased.

 

The victim was identified as Maiky Jerrally Ferreras (African American Male, 19 y/o), whom resides at that address. Detectives from the Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Unit are conducting the investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of Mr. Ferreras, as well as his activities prior. This is an open and active investigation, and more information will be released as it is received. This incident is believed to be isolated in nature. Anyone with information should contact Detective Steve Matthews at 410-758-0770 ext. 1282.

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