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Worcester County Traffic Stop Leads to Four Arrests

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BISHOPVILLE, Md.– The Worcester County Sheriff’s Office arrested four men after a Saturday afternoon traffic stop near Bishopville resulted in the seizure of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

The incident occurred at around 2:30 p.m. when a deputy stopped a vehicle for traveling 80 mph in a 55 mph zone in the area of Worcester Highway and Kepler Lane. The deputy identified the driver as Shane Michael Holbein, 22, of Lancaster, Pa.; and passengers, Brett James Simmons, 23, of Ephrata, Pa.; Joshua Scott O’Donnell, 25, of Elizabethtown, Pa.; and Evan Andrew Glatsky, 23, of Leola, Pa. During the stop it was discovered that Holbein had an outstanding warrant through the Sheriff’s Office and he was subsequently placed under arrest. 

Investigators said a  search of the vehicle produced numerous bags of suspected marijuana and CDS paraphernalia. As a result, Simmons was placed under arrest and charged with possession of marijuana and two counts of possession of CDS paraphernalia. O’Donnell was arrested for possession of marijuana less than 10 grams and possession of CDS paraphernalia. Glatsky was placed under arrest for possession of marijuana less than 10 grams.

O’Donnell and Glatsky were released on criminal citations and are awaiting trial. Simmons and Holbein were released on their own recognizance. Holbein was also issued a citation for the speed violation.  
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