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One of Wicomico County's Most Wanted Arrested

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SALISBURY, Md.- One of Wicomico County's most wanted fugitives is now in custody.

The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office reports that on the morning of March 4, 34-year-old Faith Katina Sheppard was spotted walking on East Church Street in Salisbury and taken into custody. Sheppard, of Salisbury, was wanted on two separate Wicomico County Circuit Court bench warrants. They were issued after Sheppard failed to appear in a burglary case and a separate prostitution case.

Following her arrest, Sheppard was detained in the county detention center without bond on both warrants pending an appearance in front of a judge. 

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