It's being postponed because of misinformation circulating in the community.
The community meeting that Sheriff Chuck Jenkins had scheduled for this evening at Crestwood Middle School from 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. has been postponed due to misinformation that is circulating in the community regarding the purpose of the meeting.
Thursday night’s community meeting was prescheduled in early February to specifically discuss crime and crime trends with citizens living in and around the Crestwood area. Sheriff Jenkins holds these types of meeting regularly throughout the Frederick County community and generally 10-30 citizens attend.
In a press released issued by the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office is stated that several media sources had been reporting that the community meeting was being held to discuss the death investigation of Robert Saylor. Sheriff Jenkins said, "This misinformation has generated an overwhelming interest in attendance by both citizens and the media than would typically attend. Given the fact that Crestwood Middle School’s Media Center only holds 35-50 people, and the school’s winter program is also scheduled for this evening, I feel it’s in the best interest of the school to postpone the meeting." He added, "I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause." The meeting will be rescheduled in the near future.