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Salisbury Police Arrest Man on Assault, Weapons Charges

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Aaron Jessie Carey Aaron Jessie Carey

By Christian Fazzini

SALISBURY, Md.- A 26-year-old man is facing assault and weapons charges following accusations that he threatened a victim with a handgun.
 
Investigators said that that at around 2 a.m. Sunday, Aaron Jessie Carey of Salisbury was at Shay's Pub, located at 200 Columbia Road, when a fight broke out between him and another person

According to police, the incident turned violent and the victim fled the scene when Carey pulled out a handgun, threatening the victim. Authorities said that Carey in turn fled the scene in his car, which was later located by police in the area of Rt. 13 and Bridgeview Street.

Police said that after officers made a traffic stop on Carey's car, Carey began assaulting an officer and was taken into custody.

Police said a search of Carey's car resulted in the recovery of the handgun used to threaten the victim.

Carey was arrested prohibited person in possession of a firearm, wearing and carrying a handgun in a vehicle, second-degree assault, resisting arrest, failure to obey lawful order and obstructing and hindering.

Carey is being held without bond in Wicomico County Detention Center.

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