Fugitive Suspect Steven Sharp Apprehended in Cumberland, MD on Multiple Charges

CUMBERLAND, MD – The Cumberland City Police arrested Steven Sharp, a 43-year-old resident of Berlin, PA, on Friday, May 3, for alleged charges of being a fugitive from justice. The arrest stemmed from the discovery of an extraditable warrant from Somerset County, PA, relating to incidents on April 30.

Sharp is facing multiple charges, including strangulation, aggravated assault, and harassment. After being taken into custody, Sharp appeared before a District Court Commissioner for an initial hearing and was subsequently placed in the Allegany County Detention Center. Currently, Sharp remains detained without bond as he awaits extradition to Pennsylvania.

The specific details surrounding the alleged incidents leading to Sharp’s arrest have not been fully disclosed by authorities. However, the severity of the charges he faces indicates the gravity of the situation. Law enforcement officials are working diligently to ensure a smooth extradition process for Sharp to face the legal consequences of his actions.

The arrest of individuals on serious charges is a reminder of the ongoing efforts by law enforcement to uphold justice and hold individuals accountable for their actions. The collaboration between different jurisdictions, as seen in this case between Cumberland City Police and Somerset County authorities, highlights the importance of teamwork in ensuring the enforcement of laws and bringing offenders to justice.

As the legal proceedings unfold, it is essential for transparency and adherence to due process to prevail. The Allegany County Detention Center will continue to detain Sharp until the extradition process is completed, at which point he will face the charges against him in Pennsylvania. The resolution of this case will be a testament to the efficacy of the justice system in addressing alleged criminal behavior.