Jail and Correctional Officers Graduate
October 01, 2013

Forty-six jail and correctional officers from Wicomico, Worcester, Somerset, Caroline, Dorchester, Queen Anne’s and Talbot counties graduated in the 88th entrance-level class of the Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy (ESCJA) operated by Wor-Wic Community College in Salisbury.

Graduation exercises, which were held in Guerrieri Hall on the college campus, featured a commencement address by retired Lt. Col. Carl C. Crumbacker of the Prince George’s County Department of Corrections.

Donald Rollyson Jr., assistant director of the ESCJA, presided at the ceremony. Awards of excellence were presented by agency representatives.

Graduates included Jerod C. Colbert, Perrisha D. Cottman, Shawn T. Holbrook, Andrew E. Johnson, Lisa M. Layton, Shawn M. Lyle, Brandon L. Moehrle, Malcolm L. Stonnell III, Stanley S. Summers Jr. and James E. Willey of the Wicomico County Department of Corrections, Jocelyn E. Parker and Donyell L. Thornton of the Worcester County Jail and Detention Center, Martice L. Armstrong, Tristan R. Baker, Robert D. Barnhart, John D. Bolen, Anthony R. Brown, Matthew A. Broyles, Edward J. Choquette, Timothy J. Downin Jr., Kevin J. Driscoll, Brooke M. Ellis, Atoya L. Fletcher, Mark A. Graver, Durrell A. Hargis, Corey T. Holland, Michael C. Hunteman II, Gregory B. Lewis, Joshua W. Merritt, Adam L. Powell, Jeffrey W. Russum, Glenn R. Steele, Catherine E. Stigall, Shasta D. Taylor, AnitaKay L. Whittington, David C. Widener and Shawn S. Wilson of the Eastern Correctional Institution (ECI), Ria E. Jackson and Durrell L. Walker of the Somerset County Detention Center, Chadwick F. Ruckart of the Caroline County Jail and Detention Center, Jeffery T. Foxwell II, Ryan M. Mills and Charles R. Neild of the Dorchester County Detention Center, James M. Bedford Jr. of the Queen Anne’s County Detention Center, and Martin S. Elborn and William C. Stevens of the Talbot County Detention Center.

WICOMICO AND WORCESTER GRADUATES. Wicomico and Worcester County jail and correctional officers who graduated in the 88th entrance-level class of the Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy operated by Wor-Wic Community College in Salisbury are shown in the front row, from left Jocelyn E. Parker and Donyell L. Thornton of the Worcester County Jail and Detention Center and Jerod C. Colbert, Perrisha D. Cottman, Shawn T. Holbrook, Andrew E. Johnson and Lisa M. Layton of the Wicomico County Department of Corrections. In the back, from left, are Shawn M. Lyle, Brandon L. Moehrle, Malcolm L. Stonnell III, Stanley S. Summers Jr., and James E. Willey of the Wicomico County Department of Corrections.

SOMERSET GRADUATES. Officers from Somerset County who graduated in the 88th entrance-level class of the Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy operated by Wor-Wic Community College in Salisbury are shown in the front row, from left, Ria E. Jackson and Durrell L. Walker of the Somerset County Detention Center, Martice L. Armstrong, Tristan R. Baker, Robert D. Barnhart, John D. Bolen, Anthony R. Brown, Matthew A. Broyles and Edward J. Choquette of Eastern Correctional Institution (ECI). In the second row, from left, are Timothy J. Downin Jr., Kevin J. Driscoll, Brooke M. Ellis, Atoya L. Fletcher, Mark A. Graver, Durrell A. Hargis, Corey T. Holland and Michael C. Hunteman II of ECI. In the back, from left, are Gregory B. Lewis, Joshua W. Merritt, Adam L. Powell, Jeffrey W. Russum, Glenn R. Steele, Catherine E. Stigall, Shasta D. Taylor, AnitaKay L. Whittington, David C. Widener and Shawn S. Wilson of ECI.

UPPER SHORE GRADUATES. Correctional officers who graduated in the 88th entrance-level class of the Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy operated by Wor-Wic Community College in Salisbury are shown in the front row, from left, Chadwick F. Ruckart of the Caroline County Jail and Detention Center, and Jeffery T. Foxwell II, Ryan M. Mills and Charles R. Neild of the Dorchester County Detention Center. In the back, from left, are James M. Bedford Jr. of the Queen Anne’s County Detention Center, and Martin S. Elborn and William C. Stevens of the Talbot County Detention Center.