Criminal summons/warrant service for Easton man


EASTON, Md. – On January 2, 2022 police officers served Kenneth Vollmerhausen, a 37-year-old male currently of Easton, with a criminal summons charging him with stealing a credit card belonging to another and theft less than $100.

We’re told, these charges stemmed from an incident that occurred on September 21, 2021 where Vollmerhausen allegedly stole a debit card belonging to another person at the Wawa on Route 50 and used the debit card to purchase merchandise having a value of less than $100 from the Super Soda on Dover Street. Through investigation, officers learned of Vollmerhausen’s identity and filed an application for charges resulting in the criminal summons.

While serving Vollmerhausen with the criminal summons, it was learned he also had a bench warrant for his arrest for violating his probation. Vollmerhausen was arrested on the bench warrant and transported to the Talbot County Detention Center and held on no bond.

Vollmerhausen was released on his signature for the criminal summons.

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