19-year-old found dead in Grasonville home

Posted at 12:03 PM, Nov 20, 2017

During a welfare check, police found a 19-year-old dead inside a Grasonville home. 

Deputies from the Queen Anne's County Office of the Sheriff, as well as other law enforcement agencies, went to Fisher Manor around 4:30 on Sunday afternoon. When they got to the scene, deputies found Maiky Jerrally Ferreras, 19, on the second floor of his home with a gunshot wound. 

Emergency services arrived shortly after deputies and declared Ferreras dead. Detectives are conducting an investigation to find out what happened surrounding Ferreras' death.

Detectives believe this is an isolated incident and do not think there are any additional threats to the surrounding community. 

“We take all crime seriously, and the residents of Queen Anne’s County can be assured that all divisions of my agency are actively involved in and are making every effort to identify, locate, and apprehend anyone that was involved in this brutal crime. I am personally committed as is everyone wearing a Queen Anne’s County Sheriff Badge to bring the person or persons who committed this crime to justice.” Sheriff Gary Hofmann. 

Anyone with information should contact Detective Steve Matthews at 410-758-0770 ext. 1282.