Down by the Boardwalk, Down by the Sea, Where I wanna peddle my dope, is where I wanna be…
OCEAN CITY, MD – (July 27, 2015) Even hard-working drug dealers need a vacation from the hustle and bustle of trying to get their hard earned cash out of low-life junkies in the big city. It’s off to Ocean City they go where America’s youth is walking the boardwalk flush with cash given them by parents who don’t want to burden their off-spring by making them get summer jobs.
Ocean City Police report that on July 25, 2015, at approximately 6:30 p.m. Ocean City bicycle patrol officers noticed a suspicious vehicle in the area of 14th Street and St. Louis Avenue. As officers approached the vehicle, they clearly observed and smelled marijuana.
Officers ordered the three occupants to exit the vehicle and each were detained without incident. During a search of the vehicle and each suspect, officers located marijuana, a fixed-blade knife, and multiple drug paraphernalia items. Officers also seized nearly $1,000.
Two of the occupants, later identified as Frans Caleb Estima, 21, and Jacob Tyler Sharp, 20, of Blandon PA, were arrested. Estima was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and obstructing and hindering. Sharp was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, concealed dangerous weapons and obstructing and hindering. The third occupant was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana and released.
Estima lives at 160 Kensington Blvd. in Blandon, Penn., and will be back in court on August. 21, 2015 or he will be the subject of a warrant as a fugitive.
Sharp is a resident of Homeless Street, also in Blandon, Penn., was given a home in the Ocean City Jail. Even the homeless of Blandon, Penn., can afford a vacation in Ocean City if they earn enough from selling drugs to pay for fun and frolic.
Estima and Sharp were seen by a Maryland District Court Commissioner. Estima was released on personal recognizance due to the high esteem accused drug dealers are held by Maryland’s loony District Court Commissioners and Sharp was transferred to the Worcester County Jail on $10,000 bond.
The Indiana Gazette in Indiana, Penn., reported on March 29, 2014 that Sharp was arrested for multiple criminal charges: Jacob T. Sharp, 19, of Blandon, Berks County, charged Feb. 23 by IUP police with simple assault, DUI, resisting arrest, criminal mischief, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, possession of a small amount of marijuana, disorderly conduct, harassment, underage drinking and two summary driving infractions at 3:09 a.m. Feb. 23 in the 900 block of Garman Avenue.
Police responded to a report of a male breaking into a vehicle. Sharp was driving at a high rate of speed when police arrived. He then exited the vehicle and ran. The victim, who is known to Sharp, said he attacked her. Sharp refused to submit to a chemical test of blood, court papers show.
Sharp waived his right to a hearing and opted to face action in Indiana County Court.
The charges of simple assault, criminal mischief, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and harassment were withdrawn.
Mohammad from Woodbridge nabbed on Ocean City Boardwalk Packing Stolen Handgun
OCEAN CITY, MD – Ocean City Police report that on July 19, 2015 at approximately 12:45 a.m. a boardwalk business owner alerted Ocean City police of a man with a gun on the Boardwalk in the downtown area. The man had not made any threats with the weapon but it was visible to Boardwalk patrons. Using the City Watch camera system, Ocean City Communications staff was able to locate and track the suspect near 7th Street and the Boardwalk and officers quickly responded.
Upon arrival, officers located the suspect, later identified as Mohammad Wasef Imani, 20, of 12833 Cara Drive, Woodbridge, VA, and detained him immediately without incident. Officers located a semi-automatic handgun on Imani’s person that was determined to be stolen from the Spotsylvania County, VA area.
Ocean City Officer Sean McHugh charged Imani with multiple charges including possession of a stolen handgun. Imani was seen by a Maryland District Court Commissioner and was transferred to the Worcester County Jail on $40,000 bond. He was released when he made bail after spending a night in the slammer and will stand trial on August 21, 2015 in Ocean City District Court.src="//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js">