Maryland State Police Beat / Troopers seek Honesty in Crisfield
CRISFIELD, MD. About the same time of the year that the annual J. Milliard Tawes Crab & Clam Bake was being held in Crisfield, drawing politicians from all over Maryland, the State Police held a fruitless search for Honesty.
That the police expected to find Honesty in Crisfield with such a nefarious subclass of officials and ne’er-do-wells hanging around looking to make deals, find public funds to squander and otherwise terrorize the citizens with new laws that would benefit themselves and their supporters, much like an earlier class of thieves that history refers to as “Pirates” is mind-boggling.
POLICE: A search of the area was unsuccessful for Honesty.
However, the Maryland State Police reported that they had good cause to expect Honesty to be in Crisfield in spite of the onslaught of politicians which were only exceeded by the 2017 great crab harvest.
Police say that on July 21, 2017, at 2:30 am, a trooper from the Maryland State Police Princess Anne Barrack conducted a traffic stop in Crisfield, Maryland. During the traffic stop, the driver fled from the trooper on foot. The suspect has been identified as Keyon Demetricus Honesty who has approximately 7 active arrest warrants for his person. A search of the area was unsuccessful for Honesty. The Maryland State Police is asking that anyone with information regarding Honesty or his whereabouts call the Maryland State Police Princess Anne Barrack at 443-260-3700 or by dialing 911.