CUMBERLAND — Last week’s arrest warrant
initiative conducted by the Cumberland
Police Department’s Safe Streets Program
resulted in 22 arrests.
“Our goal continues to be making our streets
safer through the reduction of backlogged arrest
warrants. The Safe Streets Operation sought citizen
help in locating and apprehending individuals
on open arrest warrants,” said David Goad,
Safe Streets program coordinator.
Twenty-two individuals were arrested on
active arrest warrants, with a total of 23 arrest
warrants being served.
“This was another successful operation conducted
with officers from the Cumberland City
Police Department and deputies from the Allegany
County Sheriff’s Department, together
with the warrant fugitive officers, who combined
their resources to reduce the number of active
arrest warrants in Allegany County,” said Goad.
Warrants served during January Safe Streets
• Diana West Cantu Buser, 50, Cumberland,
theft warrant, $5,000 bond.
• Thomas Eugene Femi, 37, Cumberland,
theft warrant, $10,000 bond.
• David Lee Sines, 30, Cumberland, violation
of probation warrant, held without bond.
• Kiasha Delicia Urgent, 24, Cumberland, failure
to appear warrant for driving under the
influence charge, released on personal recognizance.
• Johnny Lee Schriner Jr., 30, Cumberland,
robbery warrant, $7,500 bond.
• Samantha Irene Talbott, 24, Rawlings, fugitive
from the state of Pennsylvania for prescription
fraud, held without bond.
• Ronald Logan Smith, 23, Lonaconing, failure
to appear warrant for theft, released on personal
• Frank William Grieves, 46, Cumberland, violation
of probation warrant, $235 bond.
• Kelly Rae Goetz, 36, Cumberland, violation of probation warrant, $500
• Amos Victor Tichenell Jr.,
52, Cumberland, violation of
probation warrant, $100 bond.
• Kyle Thomas Roberts, 25,
Cumberland, burglary warrant,
• Kayla Leanne Markley, 23,
Cumberland, circuit court failure
to appear warrant for child
support, held without bond.
• Brett Allen Denby, 29,
Mount Savage, theft warrant
and burglary warrant from
Maryland State Police, Cumberland
barrack, released on
• Nita Renee Miller, 47, Cumberland,
failure to appear warrant
on contempt charge, $250
• Cassadi Anne Andrews, 23,
Cumberland, theft warrant,
released on personal recognizance.
• Robert Allen Wachter, 58,
Cumberland, sex offense warrant,
released on personal
• Tammy Lynn Porter, 34,
Cumberland, failure to appear
warrant for driving under the
influence, released on personal
• Evan McKinley West, 20,
Frostburg, burglary warrant,
• Rick Joseph Limpert, 20,
Mount Airy, failure to appear
warrant for underage possession
of alcohol, released on personal
• Tabitha Ann Yonker, 36,
Cumberland, fugitive from Mineral
County, W.Va., theft
charges, held without bond.
• Norman Bernard Cromwell
Jr., 32, Cumberland, violation of
probation warrant, $315 bond.
• Tammy Renee McCaw, 37,
Buffalo Mills, Pa., failure to
appear warrant for theft,
“The Cumberland Police
Department’s Safe Streets
team appreciates the assistance
of the public and the
allied law enforcement agencies
in the apprehension of
these wanted individuals,”
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