Sometimes it Takes Incarceration to Get Folks to Obey a Peace Order - Southern Maryland Headline News

Sometimes it Takes Incarceration to Get Folks to Obey a Peace Order


On 06/19/05 Dfc. Trossback and Deputy Connelly responded to the area of Colton's Point, Maryland for the reported Violation of a Peace Order. Investigation revealed the victim had obtained a Peace Order against Samuel D. Hinchman, 43, of no fixed address, directing him to have no contact with the victim. Hinchman was located at the victim's residence and placed under arrest. It was further revealed Hinchman had an outstanding warrant with the Sheriff's Office for a separate violation of the Peace Order. Hinchman was transported to the Detention Center and incarcerated pending an appearance before the District Court Commissioner.

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