Ocean City Police Beat / Boardwalk Brawl Sends Seven to Slammer

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Ocean City Police Beat / Boardwalk Brawl Sends Seven to Slammer – Mopheads vs. the Bros!

OCEAN CITY, MD – While families go to the beach for fun, relaxation and Thrashers Fries, local hoodlums, gangster-wanna-bes, and thugs go to the beach to fight for turf, proof their numbskullery and to show their ignorance.

Ocean City Police report that on June 11, 2016, at approximately 11:40 p.m. Ocean City police responded to the area of Worcester Street and the Boardwalk for a report of a fight involving two groups of individuals.

Upon arrival, officers noticed the individuals yelling obscenities and enticing each other to fight. Their actions began to draw a large crowd of approximately 100 onlookers. Officers attempted to arrest the two primary instigators and both resisted. At this time, several members of the groups became uncooperative and several more officers were dispatched to the area to assist. Numerous individuals resisted, at which time officers targeted the subjects with conducted electronic weapons, commonly known as TASER’s, to gain compliance and disperse the crowd.

Ocean City police made a total of seven arrests during this incident:

  • Kameron J. Christopher, 18, of Delmar, DE

    • Disorderly conduct
    • Resisting arrest
    • Second degree assault
  • Allen D. J. Nelson, 19, of Salisbury, MD

    • Resisting arrest
    • Obstructing and hindering
  • Luis A. Pirela Linares, 20, of Salisbury, MD

    • Obstructing and hindering
    • Resisting arrest
  • Aaron G. Waples, 19, of Berlin, MD

    • Disorderly conduct
    • Resisting arrest
    • Second degree escape
  • Jakhai N. Woodard, 18, of Berlin, MD

    • Second-degree assault (2 counts)
    • Resisting arrest
    • Disorderly conduct
  • A 16-year-old male of Delmar, DE

    • Second-degree assault
    • Disturbing peace/hindering passage
  • A 15-year-old male of Snow Hill, MD

    • Disorderly conduct

The two juveniles were released to their parents. The additional six arrestees were seen by a Maryland District Court Commissioner. Christopher and Woodard were transferred to the Worcester County Jail on $5,000 bond. Waples was transferred to the Worcester County Jail and held without bond. Nelson and Pirela Linares were released on personal recognizance.

  • Levar Tremaine Jackson 25 of Calif Md on 121915 by Dep C Ball

 

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