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Part 3: Worcester County's 10 Most Wanted Suspects

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Brian West Brian West

WORCESTER CO., Md. - What better gift to give your family, friends and neighbors than the gift of safety and peace of mind this holiday season.  In a special 5 part series, the Worcester County State's Attorney's Office is working with WMDT to help bring 10 of their most wanted suspects to justice.

When you're out spending quality time with your family and friends this Christmas...keep an eye out.  Your vigilance could help catch a criminal.

Beau Oglesby, Worcester County's State's Attorney, says even criminals return home for the holidays.  "We want the community to be aware that there are certain individuals that have outstanding warrants," said Oglesby. "They have crimes that they need to answer for and we would like their cooperation and assistance in finding these people."

Such as 31-year-old Brenden Leigh Sandifer.

Last Seen in Berlin, Maryland

White, Female

DOB: March 26, 1980

Height: 5'06" Weight: 125

Offense Date: 11/10/2010

11/15/2010

11/17/2010

Convicted of:

¨ 3 Counts CDS Dist of Narcotic - Oxycodone & Cocaine

Wanted for:

¨ Failure to Appear

 

And 31-year-old Brian West.

Last Seen in Ocean City, Maryland

White, Male

DOB: May 27, 1980

Height: 6'3" Weight: 170

Offense Date: 4/1-4/23 2008

Convicted of:

¨ CDS Poss. w/Intent to Distribute

Wanted for:

¨ Violation of Probation

¨ Failure to Appear

If you happen to spot either of these two suspects, do not hesitate.  Call the Worcester County Sheriff's Office immediately at 410-632-11-12.

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