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Deputies Search for Grasonville Man

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STEVENSVILLE, Md.- Police say they need the public's help to find a man who faces assault, robbery and theft charges.

Deputies with the Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office said that at around 10:42 p.m. June 12, they responded to McDonald's on Castle Marina Road to meet with Jeremy Malm, who reported being punched in the mouth and robbed of his cellphone and marijuana.

Deputies said the victim also reported he had met with Heath Roy in the parking lot of Big Bats and was selling him marijuana when Roy allegedly punched him in the face, searched his pockets for cash, and demanded "the rest of the weed." Malm told deputies that a second person then removed a backpack supposedly containing more marijuana. According to police, Malm claimed Roy took his cellphone and the two left the area in an older white pickup.

After making the report, Malm drove his Toyota around in the parking lot. The responding deputy learned that Malm was driving with a suspended license. Malm was stopped and placed under arrest. Deputies said a search of his vehicle resulted in the seizure of a digital scale with suspected marijuana residue. Malm was issued a citation for the traffic offense. There are additional charges pending, police said.

An arrest warrant has been issued for Heath Eugene Roy with an address of 310 Sawmill Lane in Grasonville. The charges include assault, robbery and theft. Roy is a 22-year-old, African American male, 5-foot-8 and weighs 150 pounds. He has a tattoo on the right side of his neck.  Anyone who knows where Roy is asked to contact the Sheriff's Office at (410) 758-0770 or at sheriff-info@qac.org.

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