“Snoopy,” an Elkton man wanted on four outstanding warrants, was arrested in a Newark, Del. hotel Wednesday morning, Cecil County Sheriff’s Office said.
Lt. Michael Holmes said Travis Shepard, who goes by both “Billy” and “Snoopy,” was wanted on the following warrants:
- Failure to appear for sentencing (charges of possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute)
- Failure to appear (charges of controlled dangerous possession of methamphetamines with intent to distribute)
- Failure to appear (possession of marijuana in excess of 10 grams and paraphernalia)
- Failure to appear (constructive criminal contempt)
“We’re very familiar with him,” said Holmes. A look on Maryland Case search reveals Shepard has an extensive history of run ins with the law. Holmes said the 39-year-old Shepard’s residence is listed as the unit block of Shiloh Drive in Elkton, but he has changed that address in the past.
Shepard was apprehended with the assistance of the U.S. Marshals service and Delaware law enforcement.