BREAKING NEWS : Queen Anne Man Arrested on Multiple Assault Charges

    December 27, 2023
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    (Queen Anne, MD) – The Talbot County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations
    Division is investigating an assault with a firearm complaint that occurred in the 13000
    block of Cannery Road in Queen Anne, Talbot County, Maryland.

    Travis N. Lynch, 33, of Queen Anne, Maryland has been arrested for multiple charges
    stemming from the investigation into the assault. Lynch has been charged with two
    counts of First Degree Assault; three counts of Second Degree Assault; and two counts of
    Reckless Endangerment.

    On Friday, December 22, 2023, investigators responded to the University of Maryland
    Emergency Center in Queenstown, Maryland and interviewed a subject who reported
    they were the victim of two separate assaults that occurred in September and October

    Investigators learned the first incident occurred at the Cannery Road address
    sometime in September or October 2023.

    In that incident, Travis N. Lynch grabbed the victim after she caught him performing a sex act while watching her in the bathroom.

    Investigators learned the second incident occurred in October 2023 at the Cannery Road
    address. The victim reported they were sitting in a vehicle parked in the driveway with
    another individual. Travis N. Lynch accosted them with a pistol while they were sitting in
    the vehicle.

    On December 22, 2023, investigators obtained an arrest warrant from the Talbot County
    District Court Commissioner for Travis N. Lynch. Investigators surveilled the Cannery
    Road address and observed a vehicle believed to be owned by Lynch leave the residence.
    Deputies with the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division conducted a traffic stop
    on the vehicle and identified Lynch was the front seat passenger. He was arrested
    pursuant to the arrest warrant without incident and transported to the Talbot County
    Sheriff’s Office. Lynch was transported to Talbot County Central Booking where he had
    an initial appearance before a court commissioner. Lynch was ordered held without bond
    at the Talbot County Detention Center and will have a bail review in District Court in the
    near future.

    After Lynch’s arrest, detectives continued their investigation into these crimes. On
    December 22, 2023, detectives executed a search and seizure warrant at the Cannery
    Road address where Lynch was residing. Detectives recovered pistol ammunition located
    in a bag connected to Lynch. Detectives also executed a search and seizure warrant on the
    vehicle Lynch was in when he was arrested. Detectives conducted a thorough search of
    the vehicle and located a loaded pistol secreted under a trim panel in the front seat
    passenger area. Additional charges are pending against Lynch for the firearm violations
    as Lynch is a convicted felon and is prohibited from possessing a regulated firearm.
    The Criminal Investigations Division was assisted in this investigation by the Easton
    Police Department Crisis Response Unit (comprised of members from Easton PD and
    Talbot County Sheriff’s Office), members of the Talbot County Drug Task Force, the
    Talbot County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division, and the Maryland State Police Gun

    Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Talbot County
    Sheriff’s Office at 410-822-1020.

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