HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Junkies Kelsey Fick and Dillon Szaroleta Had Appetite for Fighting Cops

HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Junkies Kelsey Fick and Dillon Szaroleta Had Appetite for Fighting Cops

Street Crimes Unit Officers Assaulted During Heroin Arrest

FREDERICK, MD. – As if being hauled in on heroin charges weren’t enough, two local yokels sporting nose rings, tattoos, and other decorations proved that they like being in jail for a long time. Frederick Police report that as officers were attempting to arrest three subjects, they were assaulted by two of the offenders.


On a mission to rid the streets of junkies and attendant crime on Nov 28, 2018, at approximately 6:54 PM, members of the Frederick Police Department’s Street Crimes Unit were conducting a drug investigation in the downtown area of Frederick City.

During the investigation, officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle occupied by three subjects on Grove Blvd. The subjects were identified as Kelsey Anne Fick, Robert J. Woollard, and Dillon Thomas Szaroleta.


During the traffic stop, a K9 unit responded and the K9 alerted to the presence of drugs within the vehicle. The vehicle was searched, and officers located three vials of heroin, four hypodermic syringes, and several prescription pills. All three occupants of the vehicle were arrested.


After being arrested Szaroleta was placed in the back seat of an officer’s car. As officers were waiting for a female officer to respond to search Fick, Fick assaulted a Street Crimes Unit member by attempting to kick him in the groin, but instead struck him in the knee.

As officers were attempting to control Fick, Szaroleta became violent and began kicking the police vehicle window in an attempt to break it out. When officers opened the police vehicle door to stop Szaroleta, he spit directly into one of the officer’s face. After a brief struggle, both Fick and Szaroleta were brought under control.

Dillon Thomas Szaroleta, of 4 Skyward Court, Parkville, Md., was charged with possession of less than ten grams of pot on July 17, 2013. The charge was dropped by Baltimore City States Attorney Marilyn Mosby.

On Nov. 28, 2018, Dillon T. Szaroleta, with one less letter in his first name, but of the same address, was charged with possession of heroin, assault and disorderly conduct. Taxpayers of Maryland will be overjoyed to learn that they are paying from their pockets for this alleged dirtbag’s attorney from the public defender’s office. Szaroleta posted a $5,000 bond to get out of jail.

On Sept. 1, 2016, two charges of possession of heroin were put on the Stet Docket in Baltimore City District Court by States Attorney Mosby.

Kelsey Fick and Dillion Szaroleta arrested by Frederick police heroin tag team assaulted officers Nov. 29, 2018
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Robert J. Woollard, of 235 W. South Street, Frederick, Md., was cooperative with officers, according to police, during the entire incident. Woollard was charged with possession of heroin and equipment. As is fairly standard in Maryland’s losing and the phony war on opioids, Woollard was released on his own recognizance instead of being held in a cell pending trial on Feb. 6, 2019 in Frederick District Court.

Kelsey Fick resides at the same address as Woollard and after being charged by Officer Murphy with several heroin raps and assault, and resisting arrest, she was set free just like a canary, so she can find new adventures prior to her meeting a Judge on Feb. 6, 2018.


All three suspects were later transported to the Frederick County Jail for processing. Fick and Szaroleta were charged with numerous offenses including Possession of Heroin, Possession of Paraphernalia, Resisting Arrest, 2nd Degree Assault and Disorderly Conduct. Fick was released by the District Court Commissioner without any bond and Szaroleta was released by the District Court Commissioner on an unsecure bond.

  • In Carroll County District Court on Dec. 13, 2017, Fick was found to not be criminally responsible for a charge of second-degree assault while three other charges were dropped by the Carroll County States Attorney.
  • On May 1, 2015, Fick entered a guilty plea to second-degree assault in Carroll County District Court in a plea deal. THE DEAL: five days suspended and credit for three days of time served.
  • A charge of malicious property destruction was put on the Stet Docket on July 9, 2014.
  • On Oct. 1, 2013, Kelsey Anne Fick was found guilty in Carroll County District Court of DWI following her arrest by Westminster Police Officer N. Ensor on May 21, 2013.


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