Queenstown man charged with reckless endangerment
QUEENSTOWN — A Queenstown man has been charged with three counts of reckless endangerment after an incident on Nov. 5, according to the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office.
Deputies were dispatched to the location for shots fired at a party on Zilger Lane. A second call advised the suspect was at a residence on Governor’s Way North.
State police and deputies located the suspect, David Carrol Blevins, 48, of Queenstown, and took him into custody without incident. It was noted that Blevins had been drinking.
Witnesses said they were having a bonfire party when Blevins came over and then left mad. After hearing a noise at the front of the house, they found that a mailbox had been pushed over. Witnesses said they heard a shotgun being racked, followed by a gunshot and saw a muzzle flash.
Blevins was charged with three counts of reckless endangerment and was initially held on no bond. Following a bail review, Blevins posted a $15,000 bail and was released.
DAVIS CARROL BLEVINS