Attempted murder charges top latest Princess Anne Police reports

PRINCESS ANNE — Princess Anne Police Chief Tim Bozman posts the following incidents and arrests.

Sharef Hayward

  • The Princess Anne Police Department investigated an attempted murder involving three victims that occurred at approximately 3:00 a.m. on 12-6-16. The incident occurred at the Princess Anne Townhouses located off of Pine Knoll Drive.

The suspect is identified as Sharef Dontre Hayward, 26 years of age, of Baltimore, Maryland.  Hayward is charged with three counts of attempted murder 1st degree, 3 counts of attempted murder 2nd degree, 3 counts of assault 1st degree, 3 counts of assault 2nd degree, 3 counts of reckless endangerment, and violation of a protective order.  Hayward was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued no bond.  Hayward was released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

The vic

tims were identified as Airealle Sells, 25, years of age, of Princess Anne, Sell’s eight year old daughter, and her 4 year old son.  The victims were transferred to hospitals in Baltimore and are still listed in critical condition.

 

 

  • On 11-28-16, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Deshawn Maurice Taylor, 26, of Princess Anne, Maryland for assault 2nd The arrest stemmed from an assault investigation that occurred in the Princess Anne Townhouses located off of Pine Knoll Drive.  Taylor was charged with assault 2nd degree and disorderly conduct.  Taylor was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued an unsecure $20,000.00 bond.

 

  • On 11-30-16, the Princess Anne Police Department arrested Amber Veronica Rogers, 21, of Upper Marlboro, Maryland for assault 2nd The arrest stemmed from an assault complaint in the Talon’s South apartment complex located off of UMES Boulevard.  Rogers was charged with assault 2nd degree, reckless endangerment, and dangerous weapon with intent to injure.  Rogers was seen by a District Court Commissioner who issued a $15,000.00 bond.  Rogers was subsequently released into the custody of the Somerset County Detention Center.

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