SALISBURY, Md. - Two Salisbury men were arrested, after allegedly stealing a dirt bike on Jersey Road.
The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office says on Saturday, a Deputy started investigating the theft of a Yamaha Dirt Bike from a home him the 8000 block of Jersey Road in Salisbury. Police say the suspects cut the chain, and took the bike.
According to the report, on Monday, the Deputy reportedly received information that two people were going to sell a dirt bike, which lead to them being able to intercept the two with the stolen dirt bike in the cargo bed of the truck they were driving.
Police arrested 26-year-old Calvin Schoolfield and 24-year-old Da'Haven Wilson, and charged both with motor vehicle theft and theft over $1,000. Schoolfield was held on $15,000 bond, while Wilson was released on person recognizance.
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