Frederick, MD.-On 03/07/2017 at approximately 9:14pm Cpl. Gunder of the Frederick Police Department was on routine patrol in the area of Phebus Avenue and South Bentz Street.
Frederick, MD.-On 03/07/2017 at approximately 9:14pm Cpl. Gunder of the
Frederick Police Department was on routine patrol in the area of Phebus Avenue
and South Bentz Street. During this time, he located an intoxicated B/F he
immediately recognized as Candice Jones. After running her information through
police dispatch, Cpl. Gunder discovered Jones had an open warrant for her
arrest. As Cpl. Gunder and other units were taking Jones into custody, a
bystander approached and advised a B/M, who was with Jones prior to police arrival,
was currently hiding just around the corner in an attempt not to be seen by
police. The bystander then stated the male’s name was Jayson Mosley.
Once Candice Jones was in custody, Cpl. Gunder and other units attempted
to locate the B/M. However, the B/M quickly got up from his concealed position
and ran toward West Patrick Street as they approached. As the B/M fled, Cpl.
Gunder had police dispatch run Mosley’s information to inquire if he had any
open warrants for his arrest. Shortly later, police dispatch advised Mosley had
three open warrants in which two were through our agency. As officer converged
in the area to look for the B/M, the B/M again got up from his second concealed
position and ran across West Patrick Street toward Carrol Parkway. As officers
followed, the B/M ran into the lower spill way of Carrol Creek at the
intersection of Carroll Parkway and North Bentz Street. As the B/M made his way
into the freezing waist high water, numerous units gave commands for him to
come out. The B/M ignored the commands and made his way in to the tunnel of the
spillway which provided no lighting.
Once the B/M was out of site for some time not obeying commands and the
outside ambient cool temperature, members of the Frederick County Department of
Fire Rescue and Swift Water Rescue Team were summons and very quickly to the
scene. Once on scene, FPD officers and Swift Water Rescue members teamed up and
searched the tunnel for the B/M. Approximately two hours later the B/M, who
was positively identified as Mosley, was located by FPD officers. Mosley was semi-conscious
due to suffering from obvious signs of hyperthermia. The team of FPD officers were
able to rescue Mosley and carry him to safety. Once on dry ground, Mosley was
taken into custody without further incident and transported to Frederick
Memorial Hospital for further treatment.
The Frederick Police Department would like to thank the Frederick
County Department of Fire Rescue personnel and members of the Swift Water
Rescue Team that responded to assist with this unique situation.
B/F, DOB: 1/14/1986
No Fixed Address
FTA warrant for 1st and 2nd Degree Assault
B/M, DOB: 11/08/1985
2700 Blk of Presbury St
Baltimore, MD. 21216
2 Misdemeanor Warrants
1 FTA warrant
Sgt. Jay Brown
Ms. Michelle Bowman