Eastern Shore Police Beat: Hell no, copper, I ain’t gonna go to jail!

Wicomico DUI driver arrest Jan 2015Go to hell, copper, I ain’t gonna go to jail!

SALISBURY, MD. — Wicomico Sheriff Mike Lewis reports that a deputy had his hands full when he arrested a boozing bozo for DUI.

Police say that on January 3, 2015 at 8:36 PM a deputy stopped a vehicle operated by Miguel Angel Santos-Villalta, 40, of Salisbury, Md., for an equipment violation in the 500 block of S. Salisbury Blvd. Upon making contact with Santos, the deputy detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage. That, along with other indicators suggested that Santos was operating his vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.

The deputy administered field sobriety tests after which the deputy decided to place him under arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Police say that instead of submitting, he became hostile and attempted to walk away from the deputy which caused the deputy to take steps to prevent him from leaving. Santos-Villalta then initiated a physical confrontation with the deputy and fought the deputy’s efforts to take him into custody.

At one point, the suspect placed both hands around the deputy’s throat in an attempt to choke the deputy. The deputy became engaged with a serious struggle to gain the control of Santos that was not completed until additional law enforcement officers arrived.

The deputy involved suffered minor injuries consisting of abrasions and small lacerations.

Santos-Villalta was also operating the vehicle while his privilege to drive had been suspended.

Santos-Villalta was detained on a bond of $50,000.00 in the Detention Center by the District Court Commissioner.

Charges: Assault 2nd Degree on a Deputy; Resisting Arrest

Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol; Driving While Suspended

Attention Jose: smacking a woman around is against the laws of Maryland

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SALISBURY, MD.  – Not only was a man faced with the news flash that it isn’t nice to beat up his girlfriend, but she really didn’t want him to come around anymore and the Court agreed with her. Wicomico Sheriff’s deputies arrested a man on charges of assault. Police report that on January 2, 2015 at 6:30 PM a deputy arrested Jose Hernandez-Sanchez at a location on College Ave. in Salisbury, Md., following a complaint that he assaulted a female subject he resided with and was at the residence in violation of a protective order that ordered him to stay away.

Upon arrest Hernandez was processed at the Central Booking Unit and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, Hernandez was detained in the Detention Center in lieu of $40,000.00 bond.

 

Woman got a free ride back to Maryland after missing court for drug case

SALISBURY, MD. – According to Wicomico Sheriff’s Lt. Tim Robinson, on January 2, 2015 a deputy extradited Christina Blackley, 23, of Norfolk, Va., back from Newport News, VA. Blackley was being sought on a District Court Bench Warrant that was issued after she failed to appear for a CDS Possession case back in June 2014.

Blackley was released by the District Court Commissioner on Personal Recognizance.

  • Police say that instead of submitting, he became hostile and attempted to walk away from the deputy which caused the deputy to take steps to prevent him from leaving. Santos-Villalta then initiated a physical confrontation with the deputy and fought the deputy’s efforts to take him into custody. At one point, the suspect placed both hands around the deputy’s throat in an attempt to choke the deputy. The deputy became engaged with a serious struggle to gain the control of Santos that was not completed until additional law enforcement officers arrived.

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