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February 22, 2017: Campaign Manager Convicted

Campaign Manager Convicted Dennis Fusaro, 56, of Virginia, campaign manager for Friends of Michael Anthony Peroutka, and Stephen Waters, of North Carolina were each convicted of causing the publication and distribution of campaign material in Maryland that failed to comply with Maryland law and of conspiring to commit that offense.  The Honorable John McKenna, delivered  Read the Rest…

February 22, 2017: Decision in State of Maryland v. Fusaro and State of Maryland v. Waters

State of Maryland v. Dennis Fusaro     Case No. D-07-CR-16-000734 State of Maryland v. Stephen Waters    Case No. D-07-CR-16-000735 DECISION      In this action, the Defendants Dennis Fusaro and Stephen Waters are charged by way of criminal information with two separate offenses. In Count I, the Defendants are charged with violation of Section 13-602 of the  Read the Rest…

December 21, 2016: Former Pocomoke City Police Lieutenant Found Guilty Of Conspiracy To Commit Misconduct

For Immediate Release   FORMER POCOMOKE CITY POLICE LIEUTENANT FOUND GUILTY OF CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT MISCONDUCT Verdict follows former Police Chief’s misconduct conviction earlier this month   State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt announced today that former Pocomoke City Police Lieutenant was found guilty by the Honorable W. Newton Jackson, III in the Worcester County Circuit  Read the Rest…

December 2, 2016: Former Pocomoke City Police Chief Convicted Of Misconduct In Office

For Immediate Release                                                                    FORMER POCOMOKE CITY POLICE CHIEF CONVICTED OF MISCONDUCT IN OFFICE State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt announced today that former Pocomoke City Police Chief Kelvin Sewell was convicted of criminal misconduct in office in the Circuit Court for Worcester County before the Honorable D. William Simpson on December 1, 2016. The jury deliberated for  Read the Rest…

April 3, 2014: Philip Harrison II Pleads Guilty to Felony Theft of Campaign Funds

For Immediate Release                                                                                                    PHILIP HARRISON II, GRANDSON OF LATE STATE DELEGATE HATTIE HARRISON, PLEADS GUILTY TO FELONY THEFT OF CAMPAIGN FUNDS State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt announced today that Philip Harrison, II, 35, grandson of the late State Delegate Hattie Harrison, pleaded guilty in the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County to felony theft  Read the Rest…

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