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4 Charged in West O.C. after Standing on Dodge Viper

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Photo of Suspects around Dodge Viper recovered by police (Photo: Worcester County Sheriff's Office) Photo of Suspects around Dodge Viper recovered by police (Photo: Worcester County Sheriff's Office)

WEST OCEAN CITY, Md.- The Worcester County Sheriff's Office charged four people for various crimes after a report of several people standing on top of a car that was not theirs.

The sheriff's office said it happened Friday, Oct. 9 at 11:57 p.m. at the Applebee's in West Ocean City off of Route 50. Deputies said when they arrived at the scene, they met with the owner of a 2013 Dodge Viper valued at $100,000.

According to deputies, the owner said that someone had seen several people standing on top of his car while having their pictures taken. Deputies said several other witnesses were detaining two of the individuals who tried to run away.

Following an investigation, deputies said they discovered a total of four people posed on and around the car and had their picture taken by a friend.

After recovering the photo, deputies said they arrested and later released Sean Digiacoma and Cody Coverdale on criminal citations for disorderly conduct.

Deputies said one of the other suspects that tried to drive away before police arrived hit a parked car while trying to leave. Deputies said they identified the driver of the Mitsubishi Eclipse as 18-year-old Samuel Fazio of Lewes.

According to the sheriff's office, a deputy smelled the odor of an alcoholic beverage and observed Fazio as having slurred speech and unsteady steps. Based on field sobriety tests, deputies said they arrested Fazio for D.U.I. Deputies said Fazio refused a breath test and was released on his own personal recognizance.

The sheriff's office said the fourth suspect, 21-year-old Shayne Glasgow, of Lewes, spoke to deputies when they arrived at the Applebee's.

Deputies said while speaking to Glasgow, officers detected the odor of marijuana coming from his vehicle. According to deputies, a search of the vehicle yielded more than 470 grams of suspected marijuana.

Deputies said they also found suspected cocaine, psilocybin mushrooms, and other controlled narcotic medications not prescribed to Glasgow in the vehicle. Deputies said they also seized more than $5,000 in cash.

The sheriff's office said Glasgow was arrested, charged and taken before a district court commissioner. Deputies aid Glasgow was held on $125,000 bond in the Worcester County jail.

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