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Wanted Easton Man Arrested After Vandalizing Car

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EASTON, Md. - Officers from the Easton Police Department were investigating a noise complaint in the area of the 400 block of South Street on Saturday, when they were flagged down by a group of people. The group advised the officers that a car parked on the side of the road had been vandalized. 

Using information provided by the group, police responded to the home of the suspect, but he could not be found inside. One officer went to the rear of the home, and saw someone that matched the suspects description, and so a chase began. After being caught, the suspect was identified as 27 year-old Robert Anthony Campbell of Easton. 

Campbell was charged with Malicious Destruction of Property Over $1000.00. It was also discovered that Campbell had numerous warrants through other agencies. Campbell was held on $5000 bond for the malicious destruction of property charge. Campbell was wanted through Talbot County for failing to appear in court for the charges of 4th degree burglary and trespassing and was held on $5000 bond on this warrant. Campbell was also wanted through Wicomico County for failing to appear in court for the charge of Theft less than $100. Campbell was held on $5000 bond on this warrant. Campbell also had two other warrants through Caroline County for the charges of escape and failing to report.

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