On October 20, 2011, an arrest warrant was served on Timothy Llewellyn, age 20 of Rawlings Maryland. Llewellyn was charged with Trespassing, 2nd Degree Assault, Destruction of Property and Disturbing the Peace. The charges stem from an incident outside a residence on Somerville Avenue on September 18, 2011 in Cumberland where Llewellyn Trespassed on private property, caused over $1,000.00 dollars of property damage, assaulted the victim outside the residence and disturbed the peace of neighboring residents. The victim in this incident did not require medical attention. Llewellyn was taken to the Allegany County District Court Commissioners and was held at the Allegany County Detention Center on $45,000.00 bond. He also served with two additional arrest warrants for Failure to Appear at Circuit Court and was held without bond on each warrant.
Frederick Police Department:
INCIDENT/ INFORMATION: While investigating a report of a theft at Hood College, OFC. Jeff Gunder was informed by Campus Security of a male intruder inside of Memorial Hall on the female student's dormitory floor. OFC. Gunder, accompanied by Campus Security Officers responded to Memorial Hall where he located the male exiting the building. OFC. Gunder detained the suspect, who was identified as Justin Morgan of the 2500 block of Old Coach Circle, Frederick, MD. When OFC. Gunder discovered that Morgan was not a student at Hood, he questioned him about why he was inside of Memorial Hall. When Morgan's story changed several times, OFC. Gunder interviewed witnesses inside of Memorial Hall who had observed Morgan make illegal entry into the building and then go to the female dormitory and enter the female bathroom, where he was found by dormitory staff hiding in a shower stall while a female student was taking a shower. OFC. Gunder arrested Morgan for numerous offenses including Burglary and trespassing. Morgan was transported to the Frederick County Central Booking Unit where he was charged. Morgan had his initial appearance before the District Court Commissioner and was held on $25,000 bond.