Help Catch Wicomico’s 10 Most Wanted Fugitives – Part 5

If you have eyes on a wanted fugitive, it can be frightening…and for good reason. Many individuals on the run from the law are dangerous, with prior convictions.

To prevent emotions from taking control of you should you find yourself face to face with a fugitive, keep this in mind. There are only two things you should do.

First, don’t approach them. The last thing you want to do is put yourself in harms way.

Second, call in the tip immediately. You can dial 9-1-1, but if you want a reward you should call a tip hotline, like Crime Solvers.

“If you tell them, ‘I see this person right here, right now,’ they’ll get it to us even quicker,” explains Lt. Tim Robinson with the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office.

Wanted Suspect #9: Damien Robert Bradley

· Black hair, Brown eyes

· 5’01” 120 lbs

· DOB 08/15/1993 20 years of age

· Wanted on a Circuit Court Bench Warrant, issued in May 2014, for Violation of Probation on the charge of Burglary 4th degree

· Last known address – Salisbury, MD Damien Robert Bradley

Wanted Suspect #10: Clifton Earl Shockley

· Black hair, Brown eyes

· 5’11” 190 lbs

· DOB 09/25/1958 55 years of age

· Last known address – Salisbury, MD

· Wanted on a Circuit Court Bench Warrant, issued for Failure to Appear in March 2014, on the charge of Theft $1000 to $10,000

· The state will extradite him from DE and VA Clifton Earl Shockley

And in case you’re nervous about calling a tip in to Crime Solvers, here’s how it works:

You call the tip line and speak to an operator, who is a civilian, not a member of the sheriff’s office or any law enforcement entity. The operator does not ask for your name or any identifying information.

You will be issued a code name and number so you can check on the status of that lead. The tip information you give them is the *ONLY INFORMATION* they pass along to law enforcement.

And if that tip leads to an arrest, investigators will let Crime Solvers know. And arrangements will be made to get you that cash reward.

Crime Solvers has paid out more than $100,000 in reward money, on just the Eastern Shore of Maryland, in the 27 years since its inception.

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