Ocean City Today

Police/Courts Sept. 22, 2017

Sep 21, 2017

DUI arrest

Roxanne T. Cook, 27, of Salisbury was charged with drunk driving and striking a sidewalk marker in the 900 block of Philadelphia Avenue last Wednesday.

According to police, her Kia struck the curb and broke a three-foot-tall reflective sidewalk marker at around 1:42 a.m.

Cook blew a .17 on a breathalyzer, according to police reports.

Two arrested

Two men were arrested following a confrontation at a Boardwalk bar early last Friday morning.

Police said Aaron N. Dubois, 31, of Berlin was shoving people outside a bar near Talbot Street. When he saw police, Dubois reportedly ran toward Caroline Street and joined Kaloyan Mihov, 24, of Virginia Beach.

When police attempted to arrest Dubois, Mihov tried to negotiate, according to the charging documents. Police said Dubois kept twisting and wiggling until he was handcuffed. At that point, according to police, Mihov allegedly grabbed the arresting officer’s arm and would not let go until another officer forced him to.

Later, a bouncer told police that Dubois was thrown out of the bar twice before police arrived. The bouncer also said that Dubois “got into a fight” with a passerby on the boards, and that he pushed him to try and get back inside.

Dubois and Mihov were charged with second-degree assault and resisting arrest. Dubois was also charged with disorderly conduct and Mihov was charged with interfering with an arrest.


John Powell, 56, of Upper Marlboro was arrested for driving drunk after he allegedly hit a sign with a truck around 10:43 p.m. last Friday.

Witnesses said Powell had backed his Chevrolet 2500 truck into a parking sign on the sidewalk around 45th Street and he vomited immediately afterwards.

He was charged with driving while impaired, failure to locate and notify an owner of unattended property damage in a crash and various other charges.


Ocean City Police charged a man with apparent connections to an outlaw motorcycle gang after he was found to be carrying various weapons on his motorcycle on Saturday.

Around 7:51 p.m., police downtown saw a motorcycle with an axe handle fixed to its handlebars. A mace or a “cracker” was also hanging on the left handlebar. Police The motorcycle driver, Roger D. Holloway, 42, of Rosedale, Maryland, was wearing a “Gypsy Tramp” patch on his vest. Gypsy Tramp Motorcycle Club is outlaw motorcycle club.

Holloway was stopped by police on Worcester Street. When he was searched, police found a large MagLite flashlight in his vest that they said was fashioned so it could be used as a weapon. Another cracker also was found on Holloway.

Holloway was charged with four counts of weapon possession.

Gun charge

Karvin N. Collins, 19, of Chincoteague, was charged with possession of a handgun after police stopped his friend’s car for a seat belt check around 9:33 p.m. last Saturday.

After police stopped the Chevrolet Silverado on 115th Street and spoke with the driver, they reportedly smelled marijuana. The driver, who was a juvenile, said he smoked marijuana in the truck earlier.

During a search, police found a backpack on the floor behind the driver’s side. The backpack had a jar with trace amounts of marijuana, a Smith & Wesson .40 caliber gun and a magazine. The gun was loaded with two bullets, according to the report.

Collins, who was in the rear passenger seat, told police that the marijuana and gun were his. He was also charged with transporting a handgun in a vehicle, and possessing a firearm under 21 years of age.


Katelyn M. Smith, 21, of Georgetown, Delaware was charged with second-degree assault around 9:45 p.m. last Saturday.

Police reportedly saw Smith run at a dead sprint and push another woman in the chest, neck and face in a parking lot near 130th Street. Smith later told police that this was her first time going out for drinks and she fought with her roommate.

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