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Princess Anne Police Incident Report: Aug. 18-22

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The Princess Anne Police Department provided the following incident report, for the period of Aug. 18-22. Below is the list exactly as provided by police to WBOC:

  • On 8-22-12, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Kenneth Aubrey Robbins, 20 of Princess Anne Maryland for an outstanding warrant out of Wicomico County.  Robbins was released into the custody of the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office.   
  • On 8-22-12, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested William James Forbes, 25 of Princess Anne Maryland for an outstanding arrest warrant.   The warrant stemmed from a previous child abuse investigation that was initiated on 7-25-12.   Forbes was charged with assault 2nd degree, child abuse 2nd degree, and reckless endangerment.  Forbes was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $75,000.00 bond.  Forbes was released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.  
  • On 8-22-12, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Rachel Anne Smith, 32 of Princess Anne Maryland for an outstanding arrest warrant.  The warrant stemmed from a previous child abuse investigation that was initiated on 7-25-12.   Smith was charged with assault 2nd degree, child abuse 2nd degree, and reckless endangerment.  Smith was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $75,000.00 bond.  Smith was released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.  
  • On 8-19-12, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to Family Dollar, located at 12175 Elm Street in reference to a vehicle crash.  Investigation revealed that as a vehicle was traveling in the parking lot, it collided with a light pole causing minor damage.  No injuries were reported.   
  • On 8-18-12, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to 30606 Pine Knoll Drive in reference to a theft.  Investigation revealed that two items were stolen from the victim during the period of April of 2002.  The suspect is known and the victim was referred to the District Court Commissioners Office for charges. 
  • On 8-18-12, the Princess Anne Police Department responded to the Best Value Inn, located at 30359 Mt Vernon Road in reference to a theft.  Investigation revealed that after the victim had checked out of the hotel, she realized that her wallet was missing and when she returned the hotel, she was unable to locate it.   Incident remains under investigation. 
  • On 8-18-12, the Princess Anne Police Department served an outstanding warrant on Laikeshia Rono Ewell, 37 of New Church Virginia.  Ewell was seen by a District Court Commissioner and released on personal recognizance.  
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