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UPDATE: Police Speak About Arrests In Officer-Targeted Shootings

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SALISBURY, Md. - Two men accused of carrying out assassination attempts on our local law enforcement, have been arrested.

20-year-old Orrin Joudrey, of Delmar, Maryland, and 24-year-old David Watson II, of Laurel, Delaware, are facing numerous charges, including attempted murder.

Delaware State Police, with Wicomico County Sheriffs Department say they arrested Joudrey after a speeding violation in Wicomico County. Joudrey reportedly drove to the Delaware State line where police say they noticed the vehicle had expired tags.

At a press conference on Friday morning, Wicomico County Sheriff, Michael Lewis, said "it does anger you, but it doesn't anger me, just because their law enforcement officers. It angers me because anyone would be a victim of these assassins, who would travel up and down the road in the middle of the night targeting these homes."

Jourdrey was arraigned on $320,000 cash only bond. Watson is on $330,000 cash only bond. The Maryland State's Attorney will present the case to grand jury on Monday.

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