GRASONVILLE, Md. (AP) — The Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Department says two men have been charged with attempted murder in a drive-by shooting last month in Grasonville.

Vernel McFarland Jr., 36, of Grasonville and David Sorrell, 24, of Camden-Wyoming, Del., were arrested on Tuesday. They are each being held on more than $1 million bond.

The Star-Democrat of Easton reports that charging documents say on Oct. 12, shots were fired from a vehicle toward two men who were standing at the edge of Sawmill Lane. No one was hurt.

Court documents say one of the men was in an altercation with one of McFarland’s sons earlier in the day.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

Comments (5)
  1. Withheld says:

    Wow. I went to Queen Anne’s County High School at the same time as Vernel McFarland many years ago. I did not know him, but I knew who he was.

  2. moleman says:

    The same cancer that is killing Balto city has spread to Grasonville & the moolies are the culprits.

  3. crazylady says:

    The shore has its areas of this garbage. They need to nip it in the bud before it becomes baltimore extended like balto county and aa county are. If they crack down hard, these people will retreat to areas that are criminal friendly aka baltimore city. Baltimores trash needs to stay over there!

  4. the truth says:

    Same old cast of characters, the Niggas!!

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