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County official shot at CU returns to work
SALISBURY, Md. (4/8/09)--Wicomico County Administrator Theodore Shea has returned to work after spending almost two months recovering from a shooting at $1.8 billion asset State Employees CU (SECU) of Maryland (Associated Press April 7). Salisbury police are still searching for the man who shot Shea in his van on Feb. 14 while Shea was using the drive-up ATM at SECU’s Salisbury branch. The man approached Shea’s van and demanded money before firing several shots into the vehicle. Shea received a gunshot wound to the leg and now walks with a cane. His return to work came during the budget season for Wicomico County, which is struggling to deal with a projected $12 million decrease in revenue. Shea is the second-highest official in Wicomico County government.


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