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March 4, 2013

Safe Streets nets 42 arrests in latest takedowns

CUMBERLAND — During the past three months, the Safe Streets Program has conducted warrant initiatives to address the goal of warrant reduction within Cumberland and surrounding areas.

Since the program’s inception, a total of 77 suspects have been apprehended, 106 arrest warrants served and 10 individuals with violent criminal histories arrested.  

The most recent initiative, conducted over the last two weeks, has netted 42 arrests, officials said.

“This recent warrant initiative, February 19 to March 1, 2013, we asked for citizen participation and the citizens are to be commended for providing law enforcement with information of the whereabouts and information leading to the apprehension and arrest of numerous wanted persons,” said David Goad, Safe Streets project coordinator.

“It is certainly a significant benefit for law enforcement to receive calls from our fellow citizens and we appreciate their involvement in helping us take wanted offenders off the streets.

“This area has a great track record and excellent relationship with the citizens of Cumberland and throughout Allegany County in their desire to assist police by helping to reduce crime and keep our communities safe.”

The following offenders were apprehended by members of the Cumberland Police Department, Allegany County Sheriff’s Office and the Maryland State Police during “Operation Takedown  III” warrant initiative:

Feb. 19

• Terry Lynn Ford Sr., 50, Arthurdale, W.Va. — failure to appear for failure to obey, $3,000 bond.

• Traci Ruth Bender, 41, Cumberland — assault, $8,500 bond.

Feb. 20

• Gary Ray Bookheimer Jr., 49, Cumberland — Maryland Division of Correction retake, held without bond

• Tajh Ammon Miller, 23, Cumberland — assault, $3,500 bond.

• Jordan Marshall Shook, 26, Cumberland — domestic assault and violation of probation, $5,000 bond.

• Anthony Eugene Palmisano, 25, Cumberland — failure to appear for driving while suspended, held without bond.

• Charles Robert Bauman II, 41, Cumberland — domestic assault, released on personal recognizance.

Feb. 21

• Jasmail Cassandra Young, 26, Cumberland — harassment/extortion, $25,000 bond.

• Rebecca Lynn Warehime, 31, Cumberland — sex offender violation and violation of probation, held without bond.

• Thomas Heinrich Lee Sr., 40, Cumberland — violation of probation, $7,500 bond.

Feb. 25

• Mark Feodor Smith Sr., 46, Cumberland — fraud, $10,000 bond.

• Carl Francis Deter IV, 31, Cumberland — violation of probation, $100 bond.

• Yolanda Marie Bauman, 46, Cumberland — burglary/theft, released on personal recognizance.

• Rachel Marie Baier, 30, Cumberland — failure to appear for fraud and fugitive from Tennessee, held without bond.

• Darryl Lemar Powell Sr., 35, Cumberland — fraud, $5,000 bond.

• Ernest Lee Baker, 35, Cumberland — two violation of court orders, $35,000 bond.

• Amber Lynn Sarro, 20, Cumberland — violation of probation, $100 bond.

Feb. 26

• Samantha Michelle Nelson, 21, Cumberland — failure to appear for theft, $3,000 bond.

• Sabrina Marie Forbes, 22, Cumberland — violation of probation, $307.50 bond.

• Morgan Paige Grubb, 24, Cumberland — assault, $5,000 bond.

• Deron Michael Elbin, 38, Cumberland — violation of probation, released on bond.

• Justin De’Laurance Ford, 18, Washington, D.C. — failure to appear for possession of dangerous weapon and theft, credit card fraud, trespassing, $9,000 bond.

• Robert William Harding III, 44, Cumberland — failure to appear for assault, released on personal recognizance.

• Jeremy Steven Combs, 29, Cumberland — assault, released on personal recognizance.

• Jerome Joseph Phillips, 35, Cumberland — violation of probation, $2,500 bond.

• Joshua Ian Cline, 36, Frostburg — failure to appear for traffic charges, violating conditions of motor vehicle charge, released on personal recognizance.

Feb. 27

• William Joseph Izzett, 25, LaVale — two failures to appear for assault, held without bond.

• Desmond Marcel Hamilton, 27, Cumberland — Maryland Division of Correction retake, held without bond.

• Justin Michael Custer, 22, Hyndman, Pa. — failure to appear for driving while intoxicated and violation of probation, $945 bond.

• Troy Robert Bergdahl, 18, Cumberland — possession of child pornography, $8,500 bond.

• Randall James Kelley II, 32, Cumberland — theft, released on personal recognizance.

Feb. 28

• Kenya Cardarole-Donnell Williams, 21, Carpendale, W.Va. — violation of probation, $100 bond.

• David Robert Evans III, 21, Cumberland — failure to appear for controlled dangerous substance volation, $500 bond.

• Richard James McCloud, 30, Cumberland — failure to appear for theft, $3,000 bond.

• Amanda Holly Pelham, 20, Cumberland — failure to appear for driving while revoked, $500 bond.

• Daniel Lynn Miller, 30, Cumberland — violation of probation, $5,000 bond.

• Matthew Jason Swick, 20, Cumberland — two violations of probation, assault, $11,000 bond.

• Derek Anthony Pope Jr., 24, Cumberland — violation of probation, $500 bond.

March 1

• Stephanie Lynn Oakes, 35, Cumberland — theft, $3,000 bond.

• Eric Lee Rosenberger, 32, Cumberland — two violations of probation, $8,000 bond.

• Richard Andre Green, 31, Cumberland — violation of probation, $500 bond.

• William Moye III, 28, Baltimore — four CDS violations, held without bond.

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