Wanted Salisbury woman additionally charged with resisting arrest
A Salisbury woman who apparently violated the terms of her pre-trial release in a drug and driving under the influence case, is now facing additional charges.
The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office says on Friday, a Deputy arrived at a home on Delaware Avenue, to take 29-year-old Tierra Robinson into custody, on a bench warrant. Investigators say Robinson allegedly violated the terms of her pre-trial release in a CDS possession and DUI case. According to the report, the Deputy knocked on the front door, and Robinson slightly opened it, as the Deputy let her know about the warrant.
Authorities say Robinson then tried to close the door, to keep the Deputy from going into the home, before the Deputy heard Robinson turn the deadbolt. Investigators say the Deputy was able to get the door open, just as Robinson was trying to pile furniture in front, to barricade herself inside the house.
Robinson was then taken into custody, and additionally charged with resisting arrest. She was then taken in front of the District Court Commissioner, and ordered to be held on a $30,000 at the Wicomico County Detention Center for the warrant, and released on the resisting arrest charge.