Maryland: State Police Salisbury Barrack DUI Arrests June 30, 2017, thru July 7, 2017

Officer Noah Leotta Memorial Sobriety Checkpoint on 121615 on Rt. 228 Waldorf Md.




Maryland State Police Salisbury Barrack DUI Arrests June 30, 2017, thru July 7, 2017

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Raymond Stanley Holliday, 46, of 720 Dennis Street, Salisbury, Md., was charged with DUI by Trooper Lane while operating a bicycle on Delaware Ave. at Isabella Street in Salisbury on June 30, 2017, at 11:12 pm. Holliday was also charged with negligent and careless operation of the bike and driving it without lights or reflectors.

Charles Allen Vance, 41, of Salisbury, MD

Caleb Kyudae Cho, 23, of Salisbury, MD

John Wilson Sterrett, 22, of 5932 Dunbar Terrace, Salisbury, Md., charged by Maryland State Trooper Frock while Sterrett was westbound on Rt. 50 at Walston Switch Road on July 2, 2017, at 7:16 pm. Sterrett was also charged with reckless driving, driving the wrong way on a one-way street, failing to obey a traffic signal along with other traffic violations.  An additional criminal charge of possession of a drug other than marijuana was also placed against Sterrett by Trooper Frock.

Sterrett was arrested by Worcester County Sheriff’s Deputy Jennifer Hall on June 4, 2013, and charged with DUI. On Aug. 12, 2013, in a plea deal with the Worcester County States Attorney, Sterrett entered a guilty plea in return for a verdict of Probation Before Judgement.  THE DEAL: No time and a $400 fine.

Gary R. Gary, 50, of Pittsville, MD

Thaddeus Hackett Jr., 48, of Salisbury, MD

Sobriety Checkpoint on Rt. 228 Waldorf officers stack in a dozen vehicle into stop lane at a time. 121615

Type of Incident: Sobriety Checkpoint

Date and Time: 7/21/2017 at 2130 hours

Location: Capitol Heights, Maryland

Narrative:  Troopers from the Maryland State Police and officers from the Capitol Heights Police Department will conducting a joint DUI checkpoint on the above-listed date with the primary purpose of educating the motoring public in Prince George’s County about the dangers of impaired driving.  During the checkpoint, law enforcement personnel will be attempting to detect and apprehend violators of Maryland’s impaired driving laws.  The goal of this DUI checkpoint is to reduce the number of alcohol-related collisions occurring in Capitol Heights, Prince George’s County.