On Sept. 16, 23-year-old Jaques Hendricks of Severn was arrested by Sgt. A. Taylor and served outstanding warrants for assault by pointing a gun, assault on a female, and communicating threats. He received a court date for Dec. 9.
On Oct. 12, Hendricks was located by patrol units and Narcotics division and arrested for outstanding charges related to a shooting in Seaboard, according to a press release from Capt. Patrick Jacobs with the Northampton County Sheriff’s Office. He was served outstanding warrants by Deputy J. Comeaux for discharging a firearm into an occupied dwelling/vehicle, felony conspiracy, injury to personal property, discharging a firearm in the city limits and going armed to the terror of the public. These warrants resulted from an investigation that began on Oct. 1, when the NCSO responded to and investigated a shooting that occurred in Seaboard Housing Projects. After an investigation by Sgt. A. Leitner, days later, Hendricks and Patrick Turner Jr., 20, of Seaboard, were charged. Hendricks received a $21,000 secured bond and next court date scheduled for Oct. 28.
Turner later turned himself in to the sheriff’s office on Oct. 7, after numerous search attempts to apprehend him by patrol units and Narcotics division. He was served outstanding warrants by Lt. C. Boden for discharging a firearm into an occupied dwelling/vehicle, felony conspiracy, injury to personal property, discharging a firearm in the city limits and going armed to the terror of the public. He received a $75,000 secured bond and next court date scheduled for Dec. 16.
“We at the Northampton County Sheriff’s Office take these types of assault calls very serious and we are committed to doing all that we can legally do to protect others,” said Sheriff Jack Smith. “I would like to thank our deputies, narcotics unit for the prompt effort in arresting these subjects. I would like to commend Sgt. Leitner for her efforts in solving this case.”