problem?” and pointed a dark-colored shotgun and a revolver handgun at them “in an aggressive manner,” the police re-
As the three adults and the child got into their cars to leave, they said the man fired two loud handgun rounds.
Police later found Hickerson on the property where he lived on Chesapeake Beach Road be-
hind Dash In. Detective William Rector of the sheriff’s office wrote in the police report that officers reportedly smelled alcohol on Hickerson’s breath.
Hickerson reportedly told Rector that he was “protecting himself” and
that two shots “may have been fired.” Police allege they later found the two guns — a loaded Smith and Wesson revolver and an altered Remington shotgun — in the bushes close to the steps leading to the front door of the house in plain view.
Police said there were two spent shell castings inside the revolver. They also found an unspent shotgun shell near the fence where Hickerson allegedly shot at the people in the parking lot.
Since Sunday, Hickerson has been held at the
Calvert County Detention Center without bond after two bond hearings this week.
First-degree assault, which is a felony, carries a maximum sentencing of 25 years in prison per count.