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'Frederick County Most Wanted' reaches 305 arrests

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Justin Gabbard

Wanted For: Violation of Probation for Hit and Run

 

Sullivan, who was arrested by Maryland State Police, had an active warrant for drug possession, according to reports.

 

http://www.fredericknewspost.com/news/crime_and_justice/crime/article_c25b630b-41fa-5428-977f-ddb995d1ed9d.html

 

Gregory Thronton was wanted for failure to appear in court for charges of resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and drug possession. Thornton was arrested Monday by officers in West Virginia.

 

http://www.fredericknewspost.com/locations/local/frederick_county/brunswick-rosemont/article_81136ce2-e327-11e2-8e8f-0019bb30f31a.html

 

David M. Bates was arrested Wednesday in Montgomery County. Bates, who appeared on Aug. 5, 2012, was wanted for failing to appear in court in an assault case and on a bond revocation.

 

http://www.fredericknewspost.com/locations/local/frederick_county/article_9aa003fc-ca25-11e2-9294-0019bb30f31a.html

 

 

http://www.fredericknewspost.com/news/news_regular_features/most_wanted/article_7bfa7094-041e-11e3-a626-001a4bcf6878.html

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Some serious criminals there. Violation of probation for hit and run is a capital offense I believe. The FBI had a press conference today announcing that they will be sending every available agent to Frederick County to assist in the manhunt.

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Some serious criminals there. Violation of probation for hit and run is a capital offense I believe. The FBI had a press conference today announcing that they will be sending every available agent to Frederick County to assist in the manhunt.

 

I might be on that list. I got a parking ticket in Frederick during the 70's which I failed to paid.

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I might be on that list. I got a parking ticket in Frederick during the 70's which I failed to paid.

 

SWAT team is headed your way.

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Some serious criminals there. Violation of probation for hit and run is a capital offense I believe. The FBI had a press conference today announcing that they will be sending every available agent to Frederick County to assist in the manhunt.

 

Well they are going after criminals

So if this is one end of the extreme where the police will actually go after criminals who violate probation the other end of the extreme would be a total lack of policing and an example of that would be Detroit where in the news the other day they did not arrest a scumbag who raped a woman with down syndrome for over a month because they say the rape kit took a few weeks to process and then they lost the paperwork etc lie lie etc covering their a $ $ es etc etc more lies from the police etc.

So i have to ask you which end of the extreme is worse and where would you rather live; Detroit or Mayberry??????

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A West Virginia woman appearing in

Sunday's edition of the "Frederick's Most Wanted" feature has been arrested.

 

Amanda Voskuhl, 29, was arrested Sunday after turning herself in, according to Michele Bowman, community outreach coordinator with the Frederick Police Department. Voskuhl was wanted for child abuse.

 

http://www.fredericknewspost.com/locations/state_region/montgomery_county/article_ee2a6404-c7b9-11e2-ad11-001a4bcf6878.html

 

A New Windsor man appearing in Sunday's edition of the "Frederick's Most Wanted" feature has been arrested.

 

Chandler Hanley, 42, was arrested Sunday by the Carroll County Sheriff's Office, according to Michele Bowman, community outreach coordinator with the Frederick Police Department.

Hanley was wanted for assault.

 

http://www.fredericknewspost.com/locations/state_region/carroll_county/article_95333d90-b1a6-11e2-afbe-001a4bcf6878.html

 

 

Officers made contact with Michael Jason Kline, 27, of that address, who police said was intoxicated and belligerent.

 

While they were investigating, Kline hit one of the officers in the chest, which led to his arrest, the news release stated. The same officer suffered an injury to his hand trying to handcuff a combative Kline.

 

Kline then spit in the face of another officer as they were trying to adjust his handcuffs and continued to resist, police said.

 

Kline is charged with second-degree assault on a law enforcement officer, second-degree assault, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

 

http://www.fredericknewspost.com/locations/local/frederick_county/frederick/article_84031b90-9c5a-5959-b8d3-ca259005ea29.html

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Good. 5-0 is doing their job. Some of those convicted have serious charges, others not so much but still criminals nonetheless . What would you rather have the Frederick County Police Department do? Arrest people who broke the law or just sit around the local donut shop having snacks?

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'Frederick's Most Wanted' reaches 308 arrests

 

A man who appeared Jan. 18, 2012, in “Frederick’s Most Wanted” in The Frederick News-Post has been arrested, bringing the number of apprehensions to 308.

 

 

David Maybush

Wanted For: Violation of Probation for Distribution CDS and Failure to Appear for Charges of DUI

 

http://www.fredericknewspost.com/news/news_regular_features/most_wanted/image_ea3b4a48-10e8-11e3-aa69-0019bb30f31a.html

 

Randolph Edwards

Wanted For: 2 Warrants Violation of Probation for Assault & Possession of a Deadly Weapon

 

http://www.fredericknewspost.com/news/news_regular_features/most_wanted/image_ebcce308-10e8-11e3-af6a-0019bb30f31a.html

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Do you think publicizing these arrests will be a deterrent to crime or just feel good publications?

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A Knoxville man featured in "Frederick's Most Wanted" in The Frederick News-Post turned himself in to authorities Sunday, bringing the total number of arrests to 314.

 

Jason Daniel Key was wanted on charges of assault and malicious destruction of property from a Sept. 15 incident, according to Frederick County District Court records.

 

http://www.fredericknewspost.com/news/crime_and_justice/crime/article_d1a6c6ee-63a1-5e5a-a5a4-8615e0f15f70.html?TNNoMobile

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Good for Frederick County.  Not sure of what the OP was trying to accomplish here.

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