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Dorchester County Assault Leads to Arrest

Posted: Jul 06, 2017 1:43 PM Updated:
Shannon Marie Miller Shannon Marie Miller

HURLOCK, Md.- The Dorchester County Sheriff's Office says a woman is in custody on assault and related charges after she attacked the driver of a car in which she was riding.  

According to the Sheriff's Office, the incident happened last Thursday between 32-year-old Shannon Marie Miller and a male companion. Investigators said the two were traveling along Route 392 when Miller became enraged, grabbed the steering wheel, attempted to force the car into oncoming traffic. When the driver pulled over the car, police said Miller pulled out a folding knife from the trunk of the car and threatened him. The man and two children were able to get away safely.

Police arrested Miller in the area of Railroad Road and Dobson Street in Hurlock. She has been charged with three counts of attempted first-degree assault, second-degree assault, reckless endangerment, possession of heroin, possession of equipment used to administer heroin, p;ossession of CDS paraphernalia and wearing and carrying a dangerous weapon. Miller is being held without bond.

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