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Drugs-Money Hailey Mock and Travis Scott May 4, 2017, arrest by Maryland State Police

Hailey Mock and Travis Kramer Heroin Highway to Hell MSP 050517

Highway to Hell with Heroin for Hailey

ANNAPOLIS, MD. – Maryland State Police Sgt. DaVaughn Parker reports that a trooper charged two people with possession of heroin after they were stopped May 4, 2017, on Cedar Park Road in Annapolis, MD.

The suspects are identified as Hailey Marie Mock, 23, of 1224 Pine Avenue, Edgewater, MD and Travis Scott Kramer, 30, of 1219 Mayo Road, Edgewater, MD. They are both charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, a felony charge of intent to distribute and additional misdemeanors.  Both were taken and seen by an Annapolis District Court Commissioner. Kramer was released on $40,000 bond and Mock is currently being held at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center pending a bond review.

… both are charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, a felony charge of intent to distribute

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Shortly after 7:00 p.m. on May 4, 2017, Maryland State Trooper Palumbo of the Annapolis Barrack observed a driver, later identified as Mock, not wearing her seat belt while operating a silver Kia on Cedar Park Road at Porter Road. Kramer was the front seat passenger. After stopping the vehicle, the trooper observed several signs of possible criminal activity and requested a K-9 scan of the vehicle.  After a positive alert by the K-9, a search of the vehicle led to the recovery of marijuana and heroin.  Troopers also located over $1,950 in cash.  The contraband and vehicle were taken into custody pending further investigation.

  • Mock was charged with theft by Anne Arundel County Police Officer Burger on March 20, 2017, and is pending trial.
  • Mock was charged by Annapolis City Police Officer Henry on Aug. 30, 2016, with theft which resulted in a plea deal on Feb. 10, 2017, with 90 days in jail with all 90 days suspended.
  • Mock was charged in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court on Aug. 24, 2012, with drug possession in jail. She entered into a plea deal with Anne Arundel States Attorney on Dec. 20, 2012, which resulted in a jail term of one year to be served on house arrest. The conditions included that she join drug program, be allowed to attend school, work, and mental health treatment.
  • Mock was charged with armed robbery, theft, conspiracy to commit robbery, reckless endangerment and first and second-degree assault on Aug. 26, 2011, in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. After a plea deal on March 6, 2012, where Mock entered a guilty plea to conspiracy to robbery and received a verdict of probation before judgment, a sentence of 10 days in jail with all 10 days suspended. Mock was given three years of probation which she violated. All of the other charges were dropped.
  • Mock was held on a bond of $375,000 on Nov. 30, 2010, when she was charged with attempted 2nd-degree murder and first-degree assault by Anne Arundel County Police Officer Krok.
  • Mock was arrested following the stabbing of a 21-year-old victim in the parking lot of the Taco Bell located on Rt. 2 in Edgewater. Mock was identified and arrested by police as the 17-year-old getaway driver for Tyrell Markell Dailey, 19, of 125 Tydings Drive, Edgewater, Md. Dailey was given a plea deal of a sentence of five years with all bout 3 months and 16 days suspended and credit given for time served of 107 days in jail. The charges against Mock were dropped. Dailey had been previously convicted of burglary.
  • Travis Scott Kramer heroin arrest

    Kramer got a plea deal from the Anne Arundel States Attorney on April 21, 2017, with a guilty plea to disorderly conduct and a charge of assault put on the Stet Docket. His 60 days in jail was suspended but now will come back to visit him like a boomerang.

  • Kramer pleaded guilty to burglary on Feb. 4, 2013, and was sentenced to 30 days in jail along with three years of probation, which he violated.
  • Numerous charges of disorderly conduct, drug charges, traffic charges and other misdemeanors resulted in various amounts of jail time and probation.
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