Investigators Seek Information Related to Blue Honda Civic
Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) Police Officers continue to investigate a serious crash that occurred on the westbound span of the Bay Bridge on Saturday, January 27.
Anyone who witnessed this blue Honda Civic traveling on westbound US-50 near the Bay Bridge between approximately 7:30 and 7:45 a.m. on Saturday, January 27, is asked to call the MDTA Police at 443-454-8703.
Arrested: William Nelson, 42yo from Allentown, PA
Charged: Driving/attempting to drive vehicle w/o req. license, driving/attempting to drive while under the influence of alcohol, driving/attempting to drive while impaired by alcohol, possession of open container, trespassing on private property.
On 2/20 at 9:38am, Deputies responded to the 100 block of Pier One Rd, in Stevensville, for a disorderly subject. On arrival, the complainant advised that the suspect refused to leave the business and was highly agitated and aggressive. Deputies attempted to speak to the suspect, William Nelson, who refused to cooperate. During the investigation, Deputies believed Nelson to be under the influence of alcohol. Evidence was located on scene and Nelson was placed under arrest and charged accordingly. He was released on a 5K unsecured bond.
SEEKING INFORMATION: MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY
The Office of the Sheriff is seeking information regarding a malicious destruction of property that took place earlier today, on Devers Branch Rd. in Centreville.
A large, charcoal gray, lifted, with black-out windows truck was caught on video driving through and damaging both county and private property. We understand the image quality is low but ask that you help us in trying to identify this individual.
Sheriff Gary Hofmann advises “we understand it is ‘cool’ to have fun in the snow; however, it is NOT cool to damage county roadways, ditches, farm fields, and private property. This goes beyond having fun in the snow. The best thing this truck driver could do is to contact us directly so the damages can be remedied before they must be criminally charged.”
If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact DFC Stewart at 410-758-0770 or contact us anonymously at:
- The Queen Anne’s Sheriff Phone App
- The Anonymous Tip Line at 410-758-6666
- Facebook Messenger