UPDATE: The Ocean City Dispatch has more details on the latest incident and Korvin’s behavior leading up to the arrest.
Wade Korvin, a former Spalding and Salisbury University lacrosse standout from Odenton has been charged with assault, indecent exposure and disorderly conduct in Ocean City. The incident occurred last Thursday night . Details of the incident and charges were not immediately available; however the charges come two days after Worcester County authorities declined to prosecute him on assault charges stemming from an August 2013 incident.
Korvin was charged with assault in 2010 when he and a friend, Wesley Stryker were identified as suspects throwing rocks at pedestrians from their passing car. The two were charged as adults, successfully petitioned to have the case heard in juvenile court and were sentenced to probation until their 21st birthdays.
On April 20, 2011, as an adult, Korvin was charged by Anne Arundel County Police with possession of marijuana, resisting arrest and open container violations stemming from an incident at a Royal Farms convenience store in Gambrills. Korvin was sentenced to 2 days in jail for that offense.
In November of 2012, Anne Arundel County Police charged Korvin again with burglary, theft and trespassing. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail on the trespassing charge, but all 90 days were suspended.
In October of 2013, Wicomico County authorities charged Korvin with giving a false statement to a police officer and the charges were put on the inactive docket (stet).
In February of 2014, he was indicted in Worcester County for assault and reckless endangerment stemming from an August 2013 assault of a man in Ocean City. The case was heard before a judge on August 12th and prosecutors declined to pursue the charges. Details of this decision were not available.