On January 3, 2021, deputies with the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office responded to Benton Road, Stevensville, MD for a report of a violation of a protective order. The victim informed the officers that she had an active temporary protective order precluding Maverick McBurnett from contacting the victim and from entering her residence on Benton Road. The victim returned home to her residence after work and realized that Mr. McBurnett was inside of her residence, despite the fact that Mr. McBurnett had been previously served with the protective order precluding him from doing so. Deputies entered the victim’s residence and found both Mr. McBurnett and his copy of the temporary protective order inside of the victim’s home. Mr. McBurnett was arrested without incident and plead guilty to one count of violating a protective order in the Queen Anne’s County District Court on March 3, 2021, receiving the maximum sentence of 90 days incarceration at the Queen Anne’s County Detention Center. Assistant State’s Attorney, Chelsea Endzel, prosecuted this case.