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Salisbury Man Sentenced To Two Years After Stealing Vehicle

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CENTREVILLE, Md. - According to court reports, a Salisbury man has been charged with unlawful taking of a motor vehicle, and was sentenced to two years in the Queen Anne's County Detention Center, and after serving 26 months, will have to complete three years of supervised probation.

The Star Democrat of Easton reports, Juan Marquis Williams took an ambulance from a hospital in Seaford, and led police on a chase into Maryland, that included a stretch going the wrong way on Route 50. The incident reportedly happened on December 4, 2012, and Williams allegedly told troopers he had been a patient at the hospital and needed a ride home, so he took the ambulance.

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