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Snow Hill Man Sentenced To Six Years For Gun Charge

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WORCESTER CO., Md. - A Snow Hill felon has been sentenced to six years behind bars, for a gun charge. On Wednesday, Eddie Alexis Collick was sentenced to six years in the Department of Corrections. The first five are for possession of a .32 caliber revolver, and the six is for an attempting to elude capture by the police charge.

The charges stem from a May 26th, 2013 incident, where Snow Hill Police Officers saw Collick driving on a suspended license, and stopped him, but during the stop, Collick got out of the vehicle, an fled through the streets of Snow Hill, until Police caught up with him about a block away. Officers found a .32 caliber revolver with four live rounds and one spent shell in the cylinder in the area where Collick fled. He later admitted the weapon belonged to him. He also had $370 and two pocket knives on him when he was arrested.

Collick has a long record, including previous convictions for possession of marijuana, possession of crack cocaine, violations of probation, failures to pay child support, and in 2007 he was also convicted of being a felon in possession of a regulated firearm.

State's Attorney for Worcester County, Beau Oglesby said, " Chief of Police Kirk Daugherty deserves credit for leading such a strong department of exceptional law enforcement officers. Mr. Collick was a gun carrying, convicted violent drug dealer who will now be off the streets of Snow Hill because of their efforts and the prosecutors who worked on the case."

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