12/18/2017- Talbot County Sheriff’s make arrests and serve warrants on the following people….

| December 18, 2017 | 1 Comment

 

CDS Arrests:       

On November 23, 2017Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office stopped a motor vehicle on Ocean Gateway near Dover Road for a moving violation.  After making contact with the driverJoseph William Foremann27 of Randallstown, MD, probable cause was developed to conduct a K-9 scan of the vehicle. Easton Police Department responded and performed the K-9 scan resulting in a positive alert for the presence of controlled dangerous substances.  A search of the vehicle resulted in the seizure of marijuana and paraphernalia. Foremann was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana and released upon his signature.

 

 

Assault Arrest:       

On November 26, 2017, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 200 block of Madison Avenue for a domestic disturbance.  Investigation revealed Sharon Ruth Goldstein Puckett, 59 of St Michaels, MD assaulted her twenty year old son inside their residence.  Puckett’s son had injuries consistent with an assault and had recorded the incident on his cell phone.  Puckett was placed under arrest and charged with assault. Puckett was processed and taken before a District Court Commissioner where she was ordered held at the Talbot County Detention Center without bond.  

 

 

Violation of Protective Order Arrest:       

On November 27, 2017, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 12000 block of Three Bridge Branch Road for a protective order violation.  Upon arrival Deputies made contact with Matthew Patten Wiseman, 45 of Cordova, MD and determined he was not allowed on the property by Court order. Wiseman had two active protective orders against him, which he was in violation of. Wiseman was placed under arrest, processed and taken before the District Court Commissioner where he was ordered held in the Talbot County Detention Center on $5,000 bond.  

 

 

Warrant Arrest:       

On December 4, 2017, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office arrested Robert Shirra Meiklejohn 4th34 of Cordova, MD on an outstanding warrant issued by the District Court of Talbot County. The arrest warrant charged Meiklejohn with malicious destruction of property, assault, burglary, trespassing and harassment.  Meiklejohn was taken before the District Court Commissioner and was released on an unsecured $3,000 bond.

 

 

CDS Arrest:       

On December 4, 2017, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office stopped a motor vehicle on Ocean Gateway near Schwaninger Road for an equipment violation.  Upon contact with the driverJordan Alexander Amos 24, of Delta, PA, Deputies detected an odor of marijuana inside the vehicle. Deputies conducted a probable cause search of the vehicle and located marijuanaAmos was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana and released upon his signature.

 

 

Warrant Arrest:       

On November 28, 2017Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office arrested Susan Marie Hummel of Cordova, MD on an outstanding warrant. Hummel was charged with assault, false imprisonment and child abduction.  Hummel was taken before a District Court Commissioner where she was released on a $30,000 unsecured bond.

 

 

Warrant Arrest:       

On November 29, 2017Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office arrested Tracy ElizabetCheezum33 of Brooklyn Park, MD on an outstanding Circuit Court warrant. The warrant was issued by the Circuit Court for Talbot County charging Cheezum with failing to appear at a scheduled court date. Cheezum was taken to the Talbot County Detention Center where she was held on a $1,290.00 bond.

 

 

 

Warrant Arrest:        

On November 29, 2017Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office arrested Jami Lynn Robinson37 of Easton, MD. Robinson was wanted on three bench warrants charging her with failure to appear at scheduled court dates. Robinson was taken before a District Court Commissioner and was released on her personal recognizance.

 

 

Warrant Arrest:           

On December 7, 2017, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office arrested Nicole Genene Ayers, 39 of St. Michaels, MD on an outstanding warrant issued by the Circuit Court of Talbot County. Ayers was charged with failure to appear at a scheduled court date.  Ayers was transported to the Talbot County Detention Center where she was ordered held on a $2,500.00 cash bond.

 

 

 

Warrant Service:         

On December 8, 2017, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office arrested Sherry Ann Webb, 46 of Oxford, PA. On November 1, 2017 an arrest warrant was issued by the Talbot County District Court for failure to appear at a scheduled court date oncharges of theft. Additionally warrants were issued from Cecil and Harford Counties, also charging Webb with failing to appear at scheduled court dates. Webb was taken before a District Court Commissioner and ordered held at the Talbot County Detention Center on a $3,000 bond.

 

 

 

Warrant Arrest:       

On December 7, 2017, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office arrested William Phillip Hill40 of Easton, MD on an arrest warrant issued by the District Court of Talbot County for violation of probationHill was taken before a District Court Commissioner where he was released on $5,000.00 unsecured bond.

 

 

 

DUI/On-view Arrest:        

On December 9, 2017, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office responded to a single vehicle collision on Saint Michaels Roanear Royal Oak Road. Deputies were able to identify the driver as William Edward Wieland Jr., 51 of Easton, MD. Deputies arrested Wieland for driving under the influence of alcohol and a search of the vehicle revealed a loaded handgun and a loaded shotgun. Wieland was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, transporting a handgun in a vehicle and intoxicated while hunting by the Department of Natural Resources Police. Wieland was taken before a District Court Commissioner and released on an unsecured bond. 

 

 

 

Warrant Service:          

On December 18, 2017, Deputies from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office arrested Amy Melinda Flores, 48 of Easton, MD. On November 11, 2017 aarrest warrant was issued by the Dorchester County District Court for failure to appear at a scheduled court hearing on charges of driving on a suspended license. Flores was taken before a District Court Commissioner and released on her personal recognizance.

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  1. Sharon Puckett says:

    I am the Sharon Puckett listed above and arrested for assault on my son. What you don’t know from the statement above was that I was defending myself and instead of my son having a record I took the heat. And that heat was horrible. I was arrested for the first time in my 59 years and spent the night in jail. I’ve been going through hell with a son who was first addicted to drugs then after rehab and two half way houses ended up back at home and addicted to methadone. Parents out there are powerless over their adult child’s recovery. I’ve been to Chesapeake Treatment Center begging for help telling them my son was abusing methadone and drinking alcohol while on it and they kept providing it to him. I asked about counseling and they said it was the clients decision. Of course with HIPPA laws they even tried to deny that he was a patient. But I showed them one of their RX bottles. They did nothing. I was trained in Narcan in case of an overdose. I tried to have him evicted because of all the abuse I’ve endured by him and his father to whom I’ve been divorced for 16 years. I’ve been so helped by Mid Shore Behavioral Health, The Addicts Mom, Loving Your Child Throgh Addiction, Mid Shore Mental Health and Maryland. Coalition of Families. This truly is a family disease. And it hurts to the core. Some of these wounds will never heal. I will be going to court to defend myself against this assault charge. I hope in some way this will teach other parents out there that at some point you must stop trying to cover up, defend or get your child out of trouble. I’ve been mistakenly doing it for many, many years. I even moved him to Talbot County from Anne Arundel and got him to agree to and enrolled him in Chesapeake Community College. I tried to have him evicted and set up a plan for a 30 day rehab, he previously insisted on the 15 day, then He could go to a half way house in Annapolis. Not the ones here that unfortunately kick them out and against your consent nor any notification and drop them on your door step. I begged the sheriffs office for help. I thought I did what I was told to do at the courthouse to evict him to find out later that there was one step I didn’t follow. Before you get to evict someone from their home they must be served by the Sheriffs office an Intent to Evict another $40. Then 30 days after they are served you can file the eviction with the court more money. Frustrating. But worse you have to endure the hell of your own child’s abuse. Thankfully with family support and friends I got the strength to file assault charges against my own son and have him served with a Restraining Order and he had to leave my home. That’s when the letting go begins. Since he went back to AA Co he has still not been served and continues or harass me. So all this said my point is before you judge someone or gossip about what you read here, there is alway more to the story. I applaud Talbot Goes Purple. But so much more needs to be done. And the Sheriffs Deputies need more education and training as to how to handle these situations. I am handicapped and was so poorly treated by the arresting deputy. Not to mention that I was the one who called them and the 911 operator heard it all. Don’t gossip about what who you read about here. But call that person if you know them and are supposed to be a friend. Go give them an ear, a shoulder or a hug.

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