Tag Archives: Ocean City Police Department

Ocean City Police Beat / Cops say Burglar Set Up Homestead in Summer House for the Winter

OCEAN CITY, MD – February 9, 2016 – Who’s taking care of the caretaker’s daughter while the caretaker is busy taking care? That age old question can be applied to summer homes at the beach owned by folks who live in the city.

Ocean City Police Beat: Rollover Ray Dashiell Busted for DUI…Again

OCEAN CITY, MD. – (July 8, 2015) – A Towson man currently on probation for a prior DUI arrest attracted a crowd and the attention of Ocean City Police when he allegedly rammed into two parked cars and then did a backflip with his 2004 Mazda and continued his display of driver ineptness while impaired by driving on his rooftop down the median strip of one of the resort town’s main streets.

Ocean City Police Beat: Montego Bay Burglar Extraordinaire Matthew W. Gruber stuffed in cell for Christmas

On December 10, 2014, Ocean City officers responded to three separate locations in the Montego Bay area in reference to thefts from motor vehicles. Jewelry, electronics and other miscellaneous items with an estimated total value of over $3,800 were stolen from the vehicles. Later that week, officers responded to a report of another burglary in the Montego Bay area where multiple electronics with a total value of approximately $500 were taken.

The Dumb and Dumber of DUI – One collision with a jay-walking pedestrian, two DUI drivers charged

Upon arrival, officers witnessed a male, later identified as Lester A. Simpson, 32, of Salisbury, MD, attempting to move the vehicle out of the roadway and away from the scene.

During the on-scene investigation, officers determined that another male, later identified as Branden C. Whitley, 31, of Salisbury, was the driver of the vehicle at the time of the collision. Whitley had attempted to flee the scene on foot but was quickly located by officers nearby on 55th Street.

Ocean City shuts down illegal Henna Tattoo boardwalk stands

In the early evening hours of August 9, 2014, Ocean City police, with assistance from ICE Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), shut down eight henna tattoo stands operating on the boardwalk.

Through investigation, it was determined that individuals operating the henna tattoo stands were in the country on active F-1 student visas.