Second Male Suspect In Kingstown Robbery Extradited From Mississippi


The second male suspect in the armed robbery of the Back 50 Tavern in Kingstown on Oct. 27 is now in custody in Queen Anne’s County after extradition from Rankin County Mississippi.

Montrail Cortezy Montgomery, 37, originally of Worton, is being held on a $2.5 million bond at the Queen Anne’s County Detention Center and is scheduled for a pre-trial hearing on April 21 in Queen Anne’s County District Court.

Montgomery was located in Mississippi with the help of US Marshals on or about March 11, said TFC William Abey, the lead investigator for the Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Division Upper Shore.

Montgomery was charged with multiple counts that include armed robbery and assault. He is alleged to have participated in the Back 50 robbery with Vontaye Lamont Gilbert, 33, of Chestertown.  The Back 50 is the former Howard’s Tavern.

Gilbert was picked up by Dover City Police on Dec. 19 and is currently held in Smyrna at the James T. Vaughn Detention Center for his alleged participation in a string of armed robberies in Delaware and the Maryland Eastern Shore between October and December of last year.

Chronology of Upper Shore robberies last fall:

Oct. 26 – Back 50 in Kingstown

Nov. 6 – Domino’s Chestertown

Nov. 11 – Farm Stores Chestertown

Nov. 18 – Domino’s Centreville

Nov. 25 – 7-11 Easton

Nov. 25 – 7-11 Centreville

Nov. 28 – Domino’s Easton

Letters to Editor

  1. Bill Anderson says:


    I wonder how much we taxpayers are paying for the trip from there to here? May have been better off to have left him in Mississippi.

    • Michael Boehmer says:


      You are either naive or ignorant to think that one extradition will change your taxes. Who cares? This happens all the time. Why leave him there? So someone else has to deal with him? Do the crime do the time. The two facts of life are you pay taxes and you die. Geez you people complain when we don’t do our job and complain when we do.

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