Maryland State Police Fugitive Warrant Effort Nets 107 Arrests in Wicomico, Dorchester Counties
Maryland State Police, in partnership with Wicomico and Dorchester County law enforcement agencies have arrested over 100 people as part of a continued effort to reduce the number of active fugitive warrants on the Lower Eastern Shore.
The effort, known as “Operation: On the Lamb” yielded 107 arrests between April 9 and April 11, and was a follow up to “Operation: Hide and Seek”, which we previously reported on. That effort netted 41 arrests across the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Southern Delaware.
Among those arrested in this latest effort was 34-year-old Travis Sentell Corbin of Salisbury, wanted for drug and firearms charges. 21-year-old Keshawn Ramier Purnell of Salisbury was wanted for association with a local Blood gang faction. 41-year-old Jeffery Serres of Salisbury was wanted for burglary, theft and other charges.
In addition to Maryland State Police, law enforcement agencies involved included the Salisbury Police Department, the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office, the Delmar Police Department, the Fruitland Police Department, the Cambridge Police Department, the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office and the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office.
Also partnering in the operation were the Wicomico and Dorchester County State’s Attorneys, Delaware State Police, the Maryland and Delaware Divisions of Corrections, Homeland Security Investigations and the Eastern Shore Information Center.