Wicomico Sheriff’s Super Bowl patrol yields DUI arrests

The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office conducted a Super Bowl Sunday DUI Enforcement effort on Feb. 8 and charged three people with driving under the influence of alcohol.

According to a news release, the arrested were:

  • Lance Edward Willey, 27, Willards.
  • Ruben Sylvester Trader, 44, Delmar.
  • Ginneene Denise Williams, 59, Vienna.

The Sheriff’s Office also released the names of those people who were charged during January with driving under the influence of alcohol.

  • Efrain Estrada-Candelaria, 31, Annapolis.
  • Patricia Hopkins, 48, Salisbury.
  • David Boser, 52, Salisbury.
  • Zachary Joudrey, 22, Parsonsburg.
  • Carl Taylor, 45, Salisbury.
  • Raymond Simmons, 51, Berlin.
  • Terrace Mason, 30, Salisbury.
  • Kirk Vazal, 46, Pocasset, Mass.
  • Jeffrey Jackson, 54, Vienna.
  • Gerson Adaquin, 24, Salisbury.

Also this week, the Maryland State Police Salisbury barrack released its list of people charged with driving under the influence of alcohol from Jan. 30 through Feb. 7:

  • William S. Eudy, 18, Mount Airy, Md.
  • Charles Monroe Camper, 55, Salisbury.
  • Candie Marie Harris, 24, Fruitland.
  • Timothy Lionel Young, 54, Salisbury.
  • Sheree Lynn Workman, 60, Salisbury.
  • John Edward Wallis, 74, Ocean City.
  • Jerome Lavance Brittingham Jr., 28, Ocean City.
  • Julian Mitsuo Sadur, 24, Rockville, Md.
  • Takiesha R. Steward, 32, Salisbury.
  • Dwayne E. Corbin, 58, Salisbury.
  • Michael D. Hughes Jr., 22, Smyrna.
  • Sheila R. James, 48, Salisbury.
  • Nicole A. Bayer, 20, Fruitland.
  • Joshua M. Richa, 22, Newport News, Va.
  • Allen R. Bartley II, 54, Eden.
  • Jordan Roberto Brooks, 20, Baltimore.
  • Bryce A. Smith, 23, Ocean City.
  • Kellie Lyn Christie, 18, Rising Sun, Md.
  • Omar E. Zepeda-Osarto, 32, Unknown Address.


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