DWI HIT PARADE: Boozing Babe Taunted Deputy to Chase Her; Busted Twice in Four Days for DWI
HEBRON, MD. — Laurence L. Wasserman, 40, a female, of 115 Lillian Street, Hebron, Md., was charged with DUI on May 20, 2016, by Maryland State Trooper G. Dick, who let loose with a volley of traffic tickets ranging from speeding to reckless driving as well as fleeing from police. A District Court Judge also issued a peace bond against her ordering her to stay away from her residence – which shouldn’t be a problem as long as the Alice in Wonderland Legal System of Maryland keeps her in jail where she belongs.
Wasserman was also arrested for DUI by Wicomico County Sheriff’s Deputy D. Crowell on May 24, 2016, and faces trial on a slew of traffic charges in Wicomico District Court on July 15, 2016. She was jailed on May 25, 2016.
Wicomico County, Md. Sheriff’s Lt. Tim Robinson reports that on May 24, 2016, at 7:25 PM, a deputy responded to a residence in 100 block of Lillian Street in Hebron for the report of a stolen vehicle. Upon arrival, the deputy met with the resident who advised that a subject who was staying with her, Laurence Wasserman, took her car without permission. The owner of the vehicle added that she believed Wasserman took the keys from her purse when she wasn’t looking and that Wasserman was also intoxicated.
While the deputy was at the residence meeting with the owner of the vehicle, the deputy observed Wasserman drive past the residence with the vehicle in question. The deputy managed to get Wasserman to stop after a brief pursuit and observed that Wasserman appeared to be highly intoxicated and was having trouble doing simple tasks like standing upright and maintaining her balance.
The deputy managed to get Wasserman to stop after a brief pursuit and observed that Wasserman appeared to be highly intoxicated and was having trouble doing simple tasks like standing upright and maintaining her balance.
The deputy placed Wasserman under arrest for the theft of the motor vehicle and driving under the influence of alcohol. During subsequent processing, Wasserman refused to submit to a breath test. The deputy also discovered that Wasserman’s privilege to drive a motor vehicle had been both suspended and revoked.
The deputy transported Wasserman to the Central Booking Unit where she was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Wasserman in the Detention Center on a bond of $20,000.00. At a bond review the following day, the bond on Wasserman was increased to $75,000.00.
Charges: Motor Vehicle Theft, Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Driving While Revoked and Driving While Suspended
Maryland State Police Salisbury Barrack
DUI Arrests 5/20/16 to 5/27/2016:
Jana M. Mce, 40, of Salisbury, Md.
Gordan G. Clifton, 48, of Dundalk, Md.
Lacey Renee Chesser, 21, of Salisbury, Md.
This rocket scientist was riding a bike in the dark without lights while DUI
Tyrone Joseph McKinnley, 31, of 514 Delaware Ave., Salisbury, Md., was charged with DUI by Tpr. G. Dick on May 23, 2016 at 11:24 pm on N. Division Street at Union Ave. in Salisbury. McKinnley was drunk on the roadway with a bike that had no lights or audible horn.
McKinnley was arrested on Oct. 7, 2014 in Salisbury by Police Officer Jeffrey Heath on two drug charges. On Feb. 5, 2015, he entered a guilty plea to one charge and was fined $500 and no jail time was required in the plea with the Wicomico County States Attorney. His attorney was paid for by the taxpayers.
Kelly Blair Brooks, 49, Salisbury, Md.
Richard Lee Freeman, 30, of Federalsburg, Md.
Justin Blake Rust, 28, of Millsboro, Del.
Wicomico Sheriff Mike Lewis Snatches DWI driver back from his hideout in the Keystone State
Date of Incident: 23 May 2016