Fugitive fell through ceiling of Maryland home while cops questioned family members

A fugitive is in custody after he fell through the ceiling of a home while Calvert County sheriff’s deputies questioned family members who were allegedly hiding him, according to the sheriff’s office.

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The Calvert County Sheriff’s office says it was assisting the Charles County sheriff’s office, as well as U.S. Marshals when they tried to serve an arrest warrant for a wanted felon at a home in Lusby.

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When they arrived at the home on Pine Boulevard, investigators questioned 51-year-old Stacie Danette Bowie and 29-year-old Shabyis Dashawn Oliver, who both insisted that they were the only people in the home.

While the officers were warning the pair that they could face charges for harboring a fugitive if he was discovered there, Jimez Terrell Oliver, 20 of New York fell through the ceiling, and then scrambled into the basement, where he was caught.

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Jimez Terrell Oliver was charged on an arrest warrant as a fugitive from justice.

The sheriff’s office did not indicate what crime he was wanted for, nor did they say where that crime was committed.