On 01/02/13 the Caroline County Sheriff's Office, Criminal Investigation Division was contacted in reference to a child sex abuse investigation. Upon investigation by the Sheriff's Office Detectives it was revealed that the defendant, Scott William Zalewski (Pictured), had molested a minor child, taken sexually explicit photographs of the minor child and distributed those photos over the internet. A joint investigation was conducted with the Caroline County Department of Social Services and the Caroline County State's Attorney's Office. Anyone with any information about this case is asked to contact Detective Richard Baker at the Caroline County Sheriff's Office, Criminal Investigation Division. 410-479-4123.
Caroline County Sheriff's Office (CCSO) Interns Emily Rossbach and Amber Bickerton were awarded Certificates of Appreciation by Sheriff Randy Bounds at the Caroline County Commissioners meeting on December 11th. Rossback and Bickerton worked at the Sheriff's Office for a combined total of over 300 hours during the fall semester of Chesapeake College's Cooperative Work Education Program. Both are criminal justice majors at Chesapeake with goals of pursuing careers related to criminal justice.
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Police Officers from throughout Maryland's Eastern Shore assembled at the Wicomico County Youth and Civic Center last Friday (12/7) to be recognized by MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) Maryland for their efforts in removing drunk drivers from our highways.
Corporal Bryan G. Peris of the Caroline County Sheriff's Office was presented a Certificate of Appreciation by Lisa Spicknall, MADD Maryland's Lead Victim Services Specialist in honor of his dedication to DWI enforcement.
Sheriff Bounds commented "Caroline County roads are safer because of Corporal Peris' resolve to apprehend those drivers who choose to drink and drive. To be recognized by MADD Maryland speaks volumes of his commitment to that effort."
On October 18th, 2012, students at the Greensboro Elementary school will have more thoughtful answers to the eternal question "What do you want to be when you grow up?" after a recent career day with the Caroline County Sheriff's Office, and other professionals in various careers.
During Greensboro Elementary schools career day, students had the opportunity to learn about exciting careers from people who actually work in specific career fields. This encourages children to begin thinking about what they might want to be when they grow up. Teachers at the school increase the effectiveness of a career day event by keeping students engaged with an assortment of entertaining activities.
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