MURDER USA: Outlaw Waterman Lance Fridley Charged with Shooting of Kevin Bivens
CHANCE, MD – Maryland State Police report the arrest of a repeat offender outlaw pirate poacher of the Chesapeake Bay for the shooting of Kevin Bivens on April 13, 2019.
The suspect is identified as Lance Fridley, 33, of Deal Island, Md. Fridley is charged with armed robbery, first and second-degree assault, illegal possession of a firearm, and other pending criminal charges related to the incident.
The victim is identified as Kevin Lamont Bivens, 54, of 10970 Mahlon Place Road in Chance, Maryland. Bivens checked himself in to Peninsula Regional Medical Center for injuries reportedly sustained during the incident. Bivens was later transported to the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.
Shortly before 2:00 a.m. yesterday morning, troopers from the Princess Anne Barrack responded to the Peninsula Regional Medical Center for a shooting victim, later identified as Bivens. Bivens told police he had sustained a gunshot wound during an altercation with the suspect, later identified as Fridley.
The Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Lower Shore and troopers from the Princess Anne Barrack began the investigation. They responded to the scene of the shooting in the 10,000 block of Mahlon Place Road in Chance, which police believe is the home of the victim. Forensic analysts from the Maryland State Police Crime Lab processed the scene.
During the investigation, Fridley was identified and located as the suspect responsible for Biven’s injuries. Fridley was located and apprehended without incident at a residence in the 10,000 block of Deal Island Road in Deal Island, MD. Fridley was transported to the Somerset County Court Commissioner after processing and subsequently taken to the Somerset County Detention Center.
Bivens was available to be shot, allegedly by his fellow dirtbag Fridley due to the weak sentencing of the Somerset County prosecutors who made a plea deal with Bivens on Dec. 26, 2018. The Day After Christmas present for Bivens was in return for him pleading guilty to possession of drugs other than marijuana and trespassing on posted property. Charges of felony third-degree burglary and possession of drug paraphernalia were dropped as part of the deal. THE DEAL: twelve months in jail with five months and 29 days to serve and the balance suspended.
Bivens was charged with attempted first-degree murder by the Somerset States Attorney in 1996.