SALISBURY, Md. - A routine traffic stop lands one man behind bars. According to the Maryland State Police Salisbury Barrack, a trooper stopped an Impala for a traffic violation on Camden Avenue.
During the stop, the trooper says that there were numerous Playstation and Xbox games, still in their security holders, in the car. The trooper said that there was also a magnetic alarm key de-activator.
Their investigation revealed that the driver, Jamiah Correa, 20, worked at the Berlin Super Walmart. The police suspect that Correa used the magnetic alarm key to deactivate the sensors on the video games, and take them from the store.
He was arrested and charged with theft under $500, and theft under $100. Correa was later transported to the Wicomico County Detention Center.