Thursday, October 19, 2017

***SHERIFF'S OFFICE CASE OF THE WEEK***

Theft 17-53533:
On October 10, 2017, Deputy Beisel responded to Walters Lane, Prince Frederick for the report of a theft from vehicles. The victim stated sometime between October 9th at 10:00pm and October 10th at 4:00am an unknown suspect(s) entered their unlocked vehicles stealing US currency, loose change, a jacket, sunglasses, and a hunting mask. The estimated value of the stolen property is $158.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

2017 SHERIFF'S OFFICE WARRANT SWEEP

The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) conducted its Annual Warrant Initiative from October 9th-12th.  During this Initiative, the CCSO was assisted by the Charles County Sheriff’s Office, the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office, the Anne Arundel County Sheriff’s Office, the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office, the Maryland State Police, the Calvert County Detention Center, the Calvert County Control Center and the Calvert County States Attorney’s Office. 
The 2017 warrant Initiative was extremely successful.  All of the Deputies, Troopers and Officers who participated in this week long initiative did an outstanding job.  The professionalism displayed by everyone involved was second to none.  The hard work, patience and dedication displayed by these men and women resulted in no “use of force” situations. The team work of this group of fine Law Enforcement professionals resulted in the following:

64 Physical Arrests
66 Criminal Warrants Served
27 Child Support Warrants Served
17 Criminal Summons Served

CALVERT SAFETY FOR STUDENTS UPDATE

The Calvert County Automated Speed Enforcement Unit has moved the speed enforcement camera from Mt. Harmony Road to Southern Connector Boulevard.  This camera is in operation near the entrance to Mill Creek Middle School.  The other cameras currently remain on Boyds Turn Road at Windy Hill Middle School and Ball Road at Mutual Elementary School.  In the near future a camera will be placed in operation in front of Calvert Country School on Dares Beach Road. 

  • Cameras are active throughout the year, Monday through Friday, from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.   This does not alter any posted speed reduction times. 
  • Citations are issued to the registered owner of the vehicle, and only if the speed was 12 mph or more over the posted speed limit.  The camera will adjust for the reduced speed times. 
  • A school zone speed camera violation is a $40 fine with no points.

If you have any questions or concerns about the Calvert County Safety for Students program, please contact Deputy Julia Murphy at 410-535-2800, or email at Julia.Murphy@calvertcountymd.gov.    

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

DEPUTY HELPS LOCATE CITIZEN FROM SILVER ALERT

At approximately 7:22 a.m. on October 16th, 2017 the Calvert Control Center dispatched a Silver Alert lookout in reference to a missing 69-year-old man; Young Shik Han.  Mr. Han was reported missing after he walked off from a Montgomery County park at approximately 5 p.m. the night before.  The Calvert Control Center advised that Han was believed to be operating a red Honda Pilot with Maryland registration.  At approximately 7:38 a.m. Lt. Fridman of the Calvert County Sheriff's Office observed a dark red Honda Pilot traveling northbound on Maryland Route 4 in the area of Cox Road.  The driver appeared to be an elderly male matching the description of Mr. Han.  Lt. Fridman stopped the vehicle after it was determined the registration matched that of the missing person.   Lt. Fridman made contact with Mr. Han and determined him to be in good condition.  Lt. Fridman subsequently transported Han to the Calvert County Sheriff's Office and reunited with his family.  

Monday, October 16, 2017

SHERIFF'S OFFICE INCIDENT BRIEFINGS - OCTOBER 16TH, 2017

During the week of October 9 – October 15, deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1, 321 calls for service throughout the community.

Theft 17-53533:
On October 10, 2017 Dfc. Beisel responded to Walters Lane, Prince Frederick for the report of a theft from vehicles. The victim stated sometime between October 9th at 10:00pm and October 10th at 4:00am an unknown suspect(s) entered their unlocked vehicles stealing US currency, loose change, a jacket, sunglasses, and a hunting mask. The estimated value of the stolen property is $158.

Theft 17-54002:
On October 12, 2017 Dfc. Locke responded to 8th Street, North Beach for the report of a theft. The victim stated sometime between 2:30pm and 4:30pm on October 12th their package containing an iPhone 8 had been stolen from their front porch. The value of the stolen property is $773.79.

Theft 17-54136:
On October 13, 2017 Dfc. Beisel responded to the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office for the report of a theft.  The victim stated sometime between October 11th at 8:30pm and October 12th at 7:30am their handicap placard was removed from the vehicle at their residence off of Bayview Hills, Chesapeake Beach. The value of the stolen item is $50.

Theft 17-54327:
On October 14, 2017 Deputy Spalding responded to Robin Court, Lusby for the report of a theft from vehicle. The victim stated sometime between October 13th at 7:00pm and October 14th at 2:30pm an unknown suspect(s) entered their unlocked vehicles stealing an iPhone 6, loose change, and Game of Thorne collector beers. The value of the stolen items is $641.

Theft 17-54281:
On October 14, 2017 Dfc. Migliaccio responded to Chaney Road, Dunkirk for the report of a theft. The victim stated that sometime between October 13th at 9:00pm and October 14th at 8:00am an unknown suspect(s) stole their Craftsman pressure washer from the driveway. The value of the stolen item is $100.

Damaged Property 17-53283:
On October 9, 2017 Deputy Spalding responded to Eucalyptus Drive, Saint Leonard for the report of damaged property. The victim stated sometime between October 7th at 5:00pm and October 9th at 3:55pm an unknown suspect(s) spray painted their enclosed trailer. The estimated damaged property is $2,000.

Damaged Property 17-53590:
On October 10, 2017 Deputy Callison responded to Pinewood Terrace, Chesapeake Beach for the report of damaged property. Upon arrival, the victim stated they noticed their basement window had been broken. The estimated damaged property is $500.

Damaged Property 17-54160:
On October 13, 2017 Cpl. Harms responded to Woodlow Drive, Huntingtown for the report of damaged property. The victim stated sometime between 12:50pm and 2:50pm on October 13th an unknown suspect(s) used a chair and pipe to damage the rear bathroom window of the residence. The estimated damaged property is $1,000.

Damaged Property 17-54455:
On October 15, 2017 Dfc. Beisel responded to Plum Point Elementary for the report of damaged property. Upon arrival, the victim stated that sometime between October 13th at 10:30pm and October 15th at 8:00am an unknown suspect(s) had damaged several items on school grounds including a ‘NO PARKING’ sign, bent an aluminum sign, knocked down a tree, and damaged a Little Tikes kitchen play set. The estimated damaged property is $175.

Tampering 17-53609:
On October 10, 2017 Deputy Sampson responded to Clay Hammond Road, Prince Frederick for the report of tampering with a motor vehicle. The victim stated sometime between October 9th at 9:00pm and October 10th at 6:45am an unknown suspect(s) entered their unlocked vehicle, and went through the items inside. It was determined that there were no items stolen from inside the vehicle.


ARRESTS:

On October 11, 2017 Deputy R. Shrawder conducted a traffic stop at N Solomons Island Rd and Hospital Road, Prince Frederick for expired registration plates. Deputy R. Shrawder made contact with the driver later identified as Joshua Beall (43) of Huntingtown who was operating the vehicle with expired registration plates. It was determined Beall did not have a valid driver’s license, and then was placed under arrest. A K9 scan was conducted of the vehicle resulting in a positive alert. The search revealed paraphernalia within the vehicle. Beall was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia and Driving motor vehicle on highway without required license and authorization.




Wednesday, October 11, 2017

SHERIFF'S OFFICE INCIDENT BRIEFINGS - OCTOBER 11TH, 2017

During the week of October 2 – October 8,  deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1, 246 calls for service throughout the community.

Damaged Property St. Leonard / Port Republic
On October 6, 2017 Deputy R. Shrawder and Dfc. Hardesty responded to multiple damaged property calls in the Saint Leonard and Port Republic area. Dfc. Hardesty responded to Forest Lane, Port Republic where he determined multiple residences had been spray painted with profanity.  Deputy Shrawder responded to Nicole Drive, St. Leonard for multiple residences having similar damage to their mailboxes. After deputies conducted a canvass of the area, it was discovered more residences in the area had their mailboxes damaged as well.  The other streets effected include Hance Road, Williams Wharf Road, Parkers Creek Road, Planters Wharf Road, Flag Harbor Blvd, Valley Drive and Eucalyptus Drive.

Burglary: 17-52282
On October 3, 2017 Dfc. Ostazeski responded to Hickock Trail, Lusby for the report of a burglary. Upon arrival, the victim stated the suspect(s) had entered the residence through the master bedroom window. It was discovered that once the suspect(s) entered the residence, they stole a large amount of loose change, US currency, and prescription medicine. The estimated value of the stolen property is $110.

Burglary: 17-52623
On October 5, 2017 Cpl. Denton responded to Stamper Court, Prince Frederick for the report of a burglary. The victim stated they heard a window screen break and then observed two males leaving the residence in an unidentified vehicle. It was determined the unknown suspects used a tool to pry the screen off of the window, but did not obtain any items from the residence prior to leaving the scene. The estimated damage is $20.

Theft: 17-52165
On October 3, 2017 Dfc. Wood responded to McIntosh Dr., Dunkirk for the report of a theft from vehicle. Upon arrival, the victim stated sometime between 12:30am and 8:30am on October 3rd an unknown suspect(s) entered their vehicle stealing the victim’s wallet, US passport, and loose change from the center console. The value of the stolen items is $85.

Theft: 17-52142
On October 3, 2017 Dfc. Weems responded to Alamo Trail, Lusby for the report of a theft from vehicle. Upon arrival, the victim stated sometime between October 2nd at 5:00pm and October 3rd at 7:30am an unknown suspect(s) entered their unlocked vehicle and stole a black North Face jacket. The value of the stolen item is $100.

Thefts from Vehicles
On October 3, 2017 Dfc. Weems responded to Susan Lane, Lusby for multiple reports of thefts from vehicles. It was determined sometime between October 2nd at 6:30pm and October 3rd at 7:00am an unknown suspect(s) entered multiple vehicles in the victims’ driveways and stole items from within the vehicles. The items stolen included US currency, loose change, TI 83 calculator, debit cards, and a book bag.  

Theft from Vehicles
On October 3, 2017 Dfc. Weems responded to Gunsmoke Trail, Lusby for the report of theft from vehicles. Upon arrival the victims stated sometime between October 2nd at 5:00pm and October 3rd at 9:00am an unknown suspect(s) entered multiple unlocked vehicles. The items removed from the vehicles included an Ipod Touch, a diaper bag containing debt cards, and US currency.

Theft: 17-53013
On October 7, 2017 Dfc. Locke responded to Chaney Road, Dunkirk for the report of a theft. Upon arrival, the victim stated that sometime between October 5th at 2:00pm and October 7th at 6:20pm someone stole their DynaHurst P31 930A Heavy Duty Starting Battery. The value of the stolen property is $150.

Damaged Property: 17-52456
On October 4, 2017 Deputy Sampson responded to Sixes Road, Prince Frederick for the report of damaged property. The victim stated that an unknown suspect(s) had keyed their vehicle. The estimated damage is $500.

Damaged Property: 17-52759
On October 6, 2017 Deputy R. Shrawder responded to Schooner Drive, Lusby for the report of damaged property. The victim stated sometime between October 5th at 11:00pm and October 6th 1:00pm an unknown subject(s) smashed their windshield with a brick. The estimated damaged property is $200.

Damaged Property: 17-52664
On October 6, 2017 Dfc. D. Naughton responded to Western Circle, Lusby for the report of damaged property. Upon arrival, the victim stated that an unknown suspect(s) had moved their garden tools from the front porch of the residence to the car port area and there was damage to the screen of their front door. The estimated value of the damage is $100.


ARRESTS:

On October 2, 2017 Dfc. Wood responded to the 7-11 located in Sunderland for the report of check welfare. Upon arrival, Dfc. Wood made contact with a male subject later identified as Bryan Quade (35) of North Carolina, who appeared to be under the influence of narcotics. Mr. Quade informed Dfc. Wood he had taken a narcotic, a search of Mr. Quade was conducted resulting in paraphernalia being located. Mr. Quade was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia and CDS: Possession-not marijuana (heroin).




On October 8, 2017 Dfc. Livingston was made aware of a disorderly subject at Abner’s Crab House near the bar. Dfc. Livingston observed the disorderly male identified as Tony Reynolds (46) of Chesapeake Beach was intoxicated and had already been in an altercation with another customer inside the bar. Mr. Reynolds was asked several times to leave the establishment and refused to leave. Mr. Reynolds was placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert Detention Center where he was charged with Disorderly Conduct, Intoxicated Public Disturbance, Fail Obey Reasonable/Lawful order of Law Enforcement Officer, and Resist/Interfere with Arrest. 

SHERIFF'S OFFICE IS SEEKING THE PUBLIC'S ASSISTANCE

The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the person or person responsible for destruction of property to residential areas.

On October 6, 2017, deputies with the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to numerous locations on Nicole Drive, off William’s Wharf Rd in St Leonard, Maryland and numerous locations on Hance Rd and Forest Lane, off Broomes Island Rd Port Republic, Maryland for destruction of property calls.  Residents reported mailboxes were broken off their support posts. Mailboxes, homes and vehicles were spray-painted.  In some cases, vulgar language and racial comments were spray-painted on buildings and stop signs. 


If anyone has any information, please contact the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office at 410-535-2800.

PRESS RELEASE FOR GOLF CART ACCIDENT

On 10/7/2017 at approximately 9:30 p.m. members of the Calvert County Sheriff's Office Patrol Bureau and Crash Reconstruction Team were dispatched to the intersection of Maryland Route 4 and Lower Marlboro Road for a report of a pedestrian struck.  Patrol units arrived with fire department personnel and confirmed that an adult male was struck by several motor vehicles on northbound Maryland Route 4.

A preliminary investigation revealed that John Lee Schneider (62, of Huntingtown, MD) was operating his golf cart on the roadway and entered the intersection of MD Route 4 and Lower Marlboro Road in an attempt to proceed northbound on Maryland Route 4.  Schneider failed to negotiate the turn and struck the curb that provides for a merge lane for traffic entering northbound Maryland Route 4.  During the collision with the curb Schneider was ejected from the golf cart onto the roadway.  While laying on the roadway surface Schneider was struck by three vehicles traveling northbound on Maryland Route 4 while, with two striking vehicles remaining on location.  The third vehicle left the scene, but was subsequently located by a patrol deputy in a nearby shopping center.  Drivers of all vehicles are cooperating with the investigation. 

Schneider was pronounced dead on the scene by EMS personnel.  Schneider was transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner where an autopsy will be performed.  All involved vehicles were seized pending additional investigation.

It appears that lighting conditions in the area where the collision occurred, the fact that Schneider was wearing dark clothing and was laying on the pavement and potentially intoxicated are some of the factors that contributed to this collision.     

The collision and the events that lead up to it are under investigation by Sgt. V. Bortchevsky of the Crash Reconstruction Team.  Anyone with additional information regarding the collision is asked to contact the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office at 410-535-2800 or e-mail the investigator at vlad.bortchevsky@calvertcountymd.gov .


Friday, October 6, 2017

***SHERIFF'S OFFICE CASE OF THE WEEK***

Theft 17-51454: On September 28, 2017 Deputy Williamson responded to Jewell Road, Dunkirk for the report of a theft. The victim stated that sometime between September 27th at 6:20pm and September 28th at 2:55am an unknown male subject entered the vehicle and stole their purse. The value of the stolen property is $200.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

SHERIFF'S OFFICE INCIDENT BRIEFINGS - OCTOBER 4TH, 2017

During the week of September 25  – October 1, deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1, 161 calls for service throughout the community.


Theft 17-51454:
On September 28, 2017 Deputy Williamson responded to Jewell Road, Dunkirk for the report of a theft. The victim stated that sometime between September 27th at 6:20pm and September 28th at 2:55am an unknown male subject entered the vehicle and stole their purse. The value of the stolen property is $200.

Theft 17-51460:
On September 28, 2017 Deputy Burggraff responded to Schooner Drive, Lusby for the report of a theft. Upon arrival, the victim stated that they observed that the interior light of their vehicle was on and an unknown male subject standing in the street. The subject had entered the unlocked vehicle, but it was discovered nothing had been taken from the vehicle.

Theft 17-51702:
On September 30, 2017 Deputy Callison responded to Stevens Road, Owings for the report of a theft. The victim stated that sometime on September 27th three packages had been taken from the residence that included a knife, two bottles of Di Electric Grease, and two spark plug testers. The value of the stolen items is $155.

ARRESTS:

On September 25, 2017 Deputy Moran responded to the Calvert County Detention Center for the report of an inmate with CDS. The complainant advised Deputy Moran that inmate, later identified as Brittany Cannon (28) of Prince Frederick had the CDS on her. Once Cannon was confronted about the CDS, she removed all CDS from her possession. Cannon was charged with CDS: Possession-not marijuana (Suboxone), Possession or Receive CDS while Confined, and Possession Contraband in a place of Confinement.


On September 26, 2017 Deputy R. Evans was on patrol in the area of the Greene Turtle parking lot in Prince Frederick, when he observed a subject that was wanted through the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Evans made contact with the subject identified as Lionel Mackall (35) of Huntingtown where he was placed under arrest for his warrant. A search of Mr. Mackall revealed he had narcotics and paraphernalia on him. He was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center and charged with CDS: Possession of paraphernalia and CDS: Possession-not marijuana (crack cocaine).


On September 29, 2017 Deputy Kreps responded to the area of Kent Road and N Solomons Island Road for the report of a subject walking in the roadway. Upon arrival, Deputy Kreps made contact with the male subject identified as Ryan Bussard (30) of Edgewater. It was determined that Mr. Bussard was intoxicated and had damaged another residence mailbox. He was placed under arrest and charged with Destruction of Property.

Friday, September 29, 2017

SHERIFF'S OFFICE RECEIVES CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION

On September 28th, 2017 members of the 11 SSPTS Security Support Squadron from Joint Base Andrews presented Certificates of Appreciation to several deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office.  The show of appreciation was in response to several hours of law enforcement training that was provided to the Security Forces Airmen.  Major Liggett was on hand to present the certificates to Corporal Bri Gray, Deputy First Class Roscoe Kreps, Deputy First Class Mark Robshaw, and Corporal Tony Moschetto.  Major Liggett stated, “The partnership enjoyed by the Calvert Deputies and our unit is invaluable.”
Pictured from left to right: F/Sgt. Ricky Cox, SMsgt Jeremy Klemme, Cpl. Bri Gray, Major Alexander Liggett, Dfc. Roscoe Kreps, SSgt. Courtney Corral, SSgt. Jeremy Smith, and Captain David Payne

Thursday, September 28, 2017

***SHERIFF'S OFFICE CASE OF THE WEEK***

Theft 17-49694
On September 18, 2017 Deputy R. Evans responded to Lariat Lane, Lusby for the report of a theft from vehicle. The victim stated that sometime between September 17th at approximately 2:30pm and September 18th at 4:30pm someone entered their unlocked vehicle and stole US currency. The value of the stolen property is $800.

SHERIFF'S OFFICE INCIDENT BRIEFINGS - SEPTEMBER 28TH, 2017

During the week of September 18 – September 24, deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1, 211 calls for service throughout the community.

Theft: 17-49694
On September 18, 2017 Deputy R. Evans responded to Lariat Lane, Lusby for the report of a theft from vehicle. The victim stated that sometime between September 17th at approximately 2:30pm and September 18th at 4:30pm someone entered their unlocked vehicle and stole US currency. The value of the stolen property is $800.

Theft: 17-49808
On September 19, 2017 Deputy Rzepkowski responded to Dusk Drive, Prince Frederick for the report of a theft. The victim stated that two large green trash cans for Evergreen Trash Disposal had been stolen. The value of the stolen property is $150.

Theft: 17-49881
On September 19, 2017 Deputy R. Evans responded to Coster Road, Lusby for the report of a theft. Upon arrival, the victim stated sometime between 6:00am and 5:00pm on September 19th their registration plates on their vehicle had been removed. The value of the stolen property is $90.

Theft: 17-50338
On September 22, 2017 Deputy Rediker responded to Stagecoach Trail, Lusby for the report of a theft. The victim stated that their front registration plate from their vehicle had been removed. The value of the stolen property is $50.

Theft: 17-50435
On September 22, 2017 Deputy Wood responded to Miss Sams Way, Huntingtown for the report of a theft. The victim stated that sometime between 5:00am and 3:30pm on September 22nd someone stole their rear registration plate from the vehicle. The value of the stolen property is $25.

Damaged Property: 17-49729
On September 18, 2017 Deputy J. Ward responded to Hallowing Point Road for the report of damaged property. The victim stated on September 18th between 9:00am and 5:20pm someone damaged their mailbox. The estimated damage is $100.

Damaged Property: 17-49907
On September 19, 2017 Deputy Burggraff responded to Schooner Drive, Lusby for the report of damaged property. Upon arrival, the victim stated they observed pieces of asphalt in the grass along with a hole in the siding of their residence. The estimated damage is $100.

Damaged Property: 17-50006
On September 20, 2017 Deputy Barger responded to Willie Lane, Chesapeake Beach for the report of damaged property. The victim stated sometime between September 19th at approximately 9:30pm and September 20th at 10:00am their CB radio antenna attached to their vehicle had been broken off its mount. The estimated damage is $25.

Burglary: 17-50015
On September 20, 2017 Deputy D. Naughton responded to Pine Lane, Lusby for the report of a burglary. Upon arrival, the victim stated someone cut the key lock to the shed and removed several items from within the shed. The items included a 4.5 gallon air compressor tank, 12” bevel side compound saw, compound saw stand, 7 ¼ miter box, roof guns, frame nailer, angle finish nailer, multiple air hoses, 32” chain saw, Router ½ hp, 180 piece tool kit set, air framing gun, finisher nailer gun, wheel barrel, miscellaneous hand tools, and a 7 ¼” skill saw. The estimated value of stolen property is $3,800.

Burglary: 17-50449
On September 22, 2017 Deputy J. Ward responded to Dresser Avenue, Prince Frederick for the report of a burglary. Upon arrival, the victim stated an unknown suspect broke into the residence from the basement door and vandalized the basement stairwell. The estimated damage is $3,900.



ARRESTS:

On September 18, 2017 Deputy Gott responded to Patuxent Camp Sites located on Williams Wharf Road, Saint Leonard for a trespassing complaint. After speaking with the complainant, they advised Stephen Morrow (46) of Broomes Island was on the property after already being issued a no trespass order. Mr. Morrow was located in front of one the trailers, where he was placed under arrest and charged with trespassing.


On September 19, 2017 Deputy Williamson responded to a single vehicle accident at Southern Maryland Blvd and Drury Lane. While making contact with the driver identified as Amber Stoneman (21) of Prince Frederick, Corporal McCarroll located paraphernalia on the front passenger seat of the vehicle. A search of Stoneman’s vehicle was conducted where more paraphernalia was located; Stoneman was then placed under arrest and transported to the detention center. Once at the detention center, Deputy Williamson conducted a search of his patrol vehicle where Stoneman was sitting. The search was positive, finding Stoneman had attempted to get rid of the narcotics prior to entering the detention center. Stoneman was charged with CDS: Possession-not marijuana (heroin), CDS: possession of paraphernalia and CDS administer Equipment Possession/Distribute.


On September 19, 2017 Deputy Childress responded to 850 Costley Way, Prince Frederick for the report of a disorderly male subject. Upon arrival, Deputy Childress made contact with several citizens about the male subject lying on the ground near the Prince Frederick Library. Deputy Childress made contact with the male who was identified as Robert Rice (51). Mr. Rice was placed into custody and transported to the detention center where he was charged with Intoxicated Public Disturbance.


On September 21, 2017 Deputy D. Naughton conducted a traffic stop on Calvert Beach Road in the area of the Saint Leonard Volunteer Fire Department. After making contact with the driver identified as Tyler Goins (25) of Lusby, a K9 scan of the vehicle was conducted and revealed a positive alert. A search of the vehicle was conducted where paraphernalia and narcotics were located. Mr. Goins was placed under arrest and charged with CDS: Possession-not marijuana (Suboxone) and CDS possession of paraphernalia.


On September 23, 2017 Deputy Williamson conducted a traffic stop at Southern Maryland Blvd and Chaneyville Road. After making contact with the driver Lavon Howard (38) of Sunderland a K9 scan was performed, resulting in a positive alert. A search of the vehicle and persons inside revealed Mr. Howard had paraphernalia and narcotics. Mr. Howard was arrested and charged with CDS Possession-not marijuana (molly) and CDS possession of paraphernalia. 

Saturday, September 23, 2017

MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH INVOLVING SHERIFF'S OFFICE DEPUTY

    On September 23, 2017 at approximately 3:05 a.m. Deputy First Class (DFC) Vaughn Evans notified the Calvert County Control Center, via radio, that he had been involved in a serious crash southbound Rt. 4 in the area of Mr. Tire. Numerous police units responded to the scene of the crash and located a Ford Ranger overturned in the turn lane along northbound Rt. 4 near the Kenmar Liquor store.  Deputy First Class Evans’ marked Chevrolet Caprice was located near the northern most entrance to Mr. Tire in the median. Both vehicles were severely damaged.

    DFC Evans was removed from his vehicle by volunteer firefighter and EMS crews. Volunteers from the Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department, the Prince Frederick Volunteer Rescue Squad and the Huntingtown Volunteer Fire Department responded to the crash scene to assist.  DFC Evans was flown to Baltimore Shock Trauma, via Trooper 2, where he was assessed by a team of medical professionals and later released.

    The operator of the Ford Ranger was entrapped in the vehicle and was pronounced deceased on the scene.  The operator’s name is not being released at this time to allow the proper notifications to be made by family members.  The State Highway Administration responded to the area and directed traffic around the scene since both lanes of Rt. 4 were shut down.

    Due to the severity of the crash, the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Crash Reconstruction Team was called to the scene to conduct the investigation.  The crash was determined to be a head on offset type collision. The point of impact was in lane 1 of southbound Rt. 4. DFC Evans’s vehicle was south of the point of impact which was consistent with him travelling south on Rt. 4. The Ford Ranger was north of the point of impact which was also consistent with him travelling in a northerly direction. It is unknown as to why the Ford Ranger had been travelling north in southbound lane 1 of Rt. 4 when the crash occurred.  Two witnesses were identified at the scene and gave statements as to what they saw.  Impairment is not believed to be a cause of the crash at this time.


    Anyone who may have witnessed the crash or might have information that would assist with this investigation is asked to contact DFC Jeff Hardesty at 410-535-2800 or email jeff.hardesty@calvertcountymd.gov

Friday, September 22, 2017

NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN IMPROVES SAFETY ENTERING & EXITING HALLOWING POINT PARK

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – Sept. 22, 2017 – The Calvert County Department of Parks and Recreation and the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office announce a new weekend traffic pattern for exiting Hallowing Point Park in Prince Frederick.
Effective immediately, all motorists must turn right on MD Route 231 when exiting Hallowing Point Park Saturdays and Sundays during park hours. Motorists wanting to travel east toward Prince Frederick will be directed to turn right onto Skipjack Road at the Calvert Industrial Center, go around the circle on Skipjack Road and return to the traffic light on Route 231 to turn left. Signs were put in place today to direct motorists on the new traffic pattern.
“More than one thousand families utilize Hallowing Point Park on the weekends, especially now during fall youth sports,” explained Department of Parks and Recreation Director Shannon Nazzal. “This change is necessary to ensure everyone’s safety until a permanent solution can be put in place.”
“As with any change in traffic patterns, we urge drivers to use caution this weekend and every weekend as we all adjust,” said Sheriff Mike Evans. “Unfortunately, last weekend  a deputy received minor injuries after being struck while directing traffic at the entrance to the park. These measures will help to keep the intersection safe while we seek a more long-term solution.”
Nazzal said she is working with county and state officials to look into the possibility of installing a traffic signal at the current entrance of the park, or securing a second point of entry and exit.
To learn more about Calvert County Parks and Recreation visit online at www.co.cal.md.us/parksandrecreation or call 410-535-1600, ext. 2649.

TRAFFIC SAFETY NOTICE FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY AT THE CALVERT COUNTY FAIR

Citizens are advised for safety purposes, a special traffic plan will be in effect from 10 AM to 10 PM on Friday 9/29/17 (Youth Day), Saturday 9/30/17, and Sunday 10/01/17.  No vehicles will be allowed to turn left off of Route 231 into the Fairgrounds during those days and times.  An alternate route would be to use Route 506 (Sixes Road) to Route 508 (Adelina Road) to Route 231, which would allow a Right Turn into the Fairgrounds.  Once the Fairground parking lots are full, satellite parking with free shuttle bus service will be available at Hallowing Point Park on Friday 9/29/17 (Youth Day), and at the College of Southern Maryland on Saturday 9/30/17 and Sunday 10/1/17.    If you have any questions and/or concerns please contact F/Sgt. Joe Hollinger at 410-535-2800 or Gregory.Hollinger@Calvertcountymd.gov.

***SHERIFF'S OFFICE CASE OF THE WEEK***

Theft From Vehicles Chesapeake Ranch of Estates
Between September 11th and September 12th several deputies responded to the Chesapeake Ranch of Estates for multiple complaints of thefts from vehicles. Multiple items were stolen out of the complainants’ vehicles including money, cigarettes, Coach brand wristlet, Coach brand wallet, Michael Kors wallet, Ipad 4, Ryobi Drill Set, Surface Pro Computer 4, and a Maryland ID card. After speaking with each complainant it was discovered that all vehicles were left unlocked at the time of the thefts. The streets affected in these incidents are San Gabriel Ct, San Gabriel Road, Sitting Bull Trail, Wolf Howl Lane, and Redlands Road.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

SHERIFF'S OFFICE INCIDENT BRIEFINGS - SEPTEMBER 19TH, 2017

During the week of September 11  – September 17, deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1, 234 calls for service throughout the community.


Theft From Vehicles Chesapeake Ranch of Estates
Between September 11th and September 12th several deputies responded to the Chesapeake Ranch of Estates for multiple complaints of thefts from vehicles. Multiple items were stolen out of the complainants’ vehicles including money, cigarettes, Coach brand wristlet, Coach brand wallet, Michael Kors wallet, Ipad 4, Ryobi Drill Set, Surface Pro Computer 4, and a Maryland ID card. After speaking with each complainant it was discovered that all vehicles were left unlocked at the time of the thefts. The streets affected in these incidents are San Gabriel Ct, San Gabriel Road, Sitting Bull Trail, Wolf Howl Lane, and Redlands Road.

Theft: 17-48691
On September 13, 2017 Deputy Migliaccio responded to Dunleigh Dr for the report of a theft. The victim stated sometime between September 12th and September 13th the front tag of their vehicle was stolen. The value of the stolen property is $200.

Theft: 17-49330
On September 16, 2017 Deputy Barger responded to Dayton Ave, North Beach for the report of a theft from vehicle. The victim stated sometime between September 15th at 5:00pm and September 16th at 12:00pm someone entered their unlocked vehicle and stole their wallet containing multiple credit cards, a car key, and currency. The value of the stolen property is $325.

Damaged Property: 17-49173
On September 15, 2017 Sergeant Naecker responded to Dartmoor Drive for the report of damaged property. The victim stated sometime between September 14th at 9:30pm and September 15th at 5:00am their mailbox had been damaged. The estimated damage is $300.

Damaged Property: 17-49104
On September 15, 2017 Deputy Callison responded to Walnut Creek Road for the report of damaged property. The victim stated at approximately 4:00pm on September 14th their living room window had been damaged by an unknown object. The estimated damage is $500.

Damaged Property: 17-49281
On September 16, 2017 Deputy Boerum responded to 3rd Street North Beach for the report of damaged property. The victim stated that between September 15th at 8:30pm and September 16th at 5:00am they discovered their rear driver side window had been shattered and there was a brick from the yard inside the vehicle on the back seat. The estimated damage is $500.

Burglary: 17-48398
On September 11, 2017 Deputy Sampson responded to Leitches Wharf Road for the report of a burglary. Upon arrival the victim stated they noticed the front door to the residence was unlocked and the kitchen window in the rear of the residence had been broken. After a check of the residence, it was discovered the master bedroom had been ransacked and items in the kitchen had been broken. The overall value of damaged property and items is undetermined.  


ARRESTS:

On September 12, 2017 Deputy Durner responded to the Quality Inn located on Lore Road, Solomons for the report of a trespasser. Upon arrival Deputy Durner made contact with the suspect later identified as Theresa Hebert (59) of Solomons inside the lobby. Ms. Herbert was arrested and charged with trespassing.


On September 16, 2017 Deputy Spalding responded to Patuxent Camp Sites located on Williams Wharf Road, Saint Leonard for a trespassing complaint. After speaking with the complainant, they advised Stephen Morrow (46) of Broomes Island was on the property after already being issued a no trespass order. Mr. Morrow was located in the wood line attempting to sleep. Mr. Morrow was arrested and charged with trespassing.



Wednesday, September 13, 2017

ARRESTS MADE IN STABBING ON ROPEKNOT ROAD IN LUSBY

On Sunday September 10, 2017 deputies responded to 11523 Ropeknot Road in Lusby for the report of a stabbing.  Patrol units determined numerous people had been engaged in an altercation.  It was quickly learned that two people were stabbed and critically injured.  Deputies immediately began life saving measures.  However, Devaughn Savoy (29) was transported to Calvert Memorial Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.  Javonte Willett (26) was transported to Prince George’s Hospital Center where he underwent emergency surgery as a result of his stab wounds.  He is currently in stable condition.  Detectives worked diligently investigating every lead.  Several search warrants were executed and two suspects were developed. 
The suspects were identified as twin brothers Lamarr Jefferson and Jamarr Jefferson (27).  Warrants were obtained for the two suspects and an extensive search for them was initiated.  At approximately 1:45 a.m. Lamarr Jefferson was located with the assistance of the St. Mary’s County Emergency Services Team in California, Maryland.    He was arrested without incident.  Calvert Detectives located Jamarr Jefferson at a residence on Rousby Hall Road, Lusby.  A short time later Jamarr was apprehended during a traffic stop conducted by the Calvert County Special Operations Team.  He was also arrested without incident.   
The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with any information to please contact Det. Wells at 410-535-2800 X2595 or email Det. Wells at wayne.wells@calvertcountymd.gov.  You can also contact the Calvert County Crime Solvers at 410-535-2880. 


Tuesday, September 12, 2017

SHERIFF'S OFFICE INCIDENT BRIEFINGS - SEPTEMBER 12TH, 2017

During the week of September 4  – September 10, deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1, 380 calls for service throughout the community.

Damaged Property: 17-47504
On September 3, 2017 Deputy Barger responded to Smithville Dr., Dunkirk for a report of damaged property. The victim stated a window screen on their front porch had been cut. Estimated damage: $45.

Damaged Property: 17-47466
On September 6, 2017 Deputy D. Naughton responded to Lake Dr., Lusby for a report of damaged property call. The complainant advised a red older style truck was seen doing burnouts in the grass causing ruts. Estimated damage $500.

Damaged Property: 17-47621
On September 7, 2017 Deputy Holt responded to Rimrock Ct., Lusby for a report of damaged property. The victim stated sometime between September 6th at 11:30pm and September 7th at 9:30am the windshield of their vehicle had been shattered. Estimated value $300.

Damaged Property: 17-47614
On September 7, 2017 Deputy Holt responded to Forest Glen Road, Lusby for a report of damaged property. The victim stated sometime between September 6th at 11:59pm and September 7th at 8:10am the windshield of their vehicle had been shattered. Estimated value $300.

Damaged Property: 17-47713
On September 7, 2017 Deputy Durner responded to Forest Glen Road, Lusby for a report of damaged property. The victim stated they woke up to find their windshield shattered on their vehicle. Estimated value $333.

Damaged Property: 17-47823
On September 8, 2017 Deputy Clark responded to Delores Court, Chesapeake Beach for a report of damaged property. The victim stated that someone had broken off a decorative handicap sign from its base. Estimated value $500.

Burglary: 17-47676
On September 7, 2017 Deputy Callison responded to Blackberry Lane, Prince Frederick for a reported burglary. Upon arrival the victim stated their back door was open, after a check of the residence nothing appeared to be stolen or damaged. 

Burglary: 17-47786
On September 8, 2017 Deputy Locke responded to 5th Street, Owings for the report of a burglary. Upon arrival the victim stated that his detached shed doors had been damaged by an unknown suspect. After speaking with the victim there was nothing missing from the detached shed.

Burglary: 17-48051
On September 9, 2017 Deputy Gott responded to Santa Fe Trail, Lusby for the report of a burglary. Upon arrival the complainant stated someone pried on the shed door to break it open bypassing the lock. After speaking with the complainant there were no items removed from the shed.

Theft: 17-47008
On September 4, 2017 Deputy Gott responded to Lisa Lane, Lusby for a theft report. The victim stated sometime between September 2nd and September 3rd several items had been stolen from his yard to include a red tractor supply floor jack and a red WEN 3500 generator. The value of the stolen property is $435.

Theft: 17-47264
On September 5, 2017 Deputy Gott responded to San Angelo Drive, Lusby for a theft report. The complainant advised between August 30th and September 4th someone stole the Air Conditioning Unit along with the copper wires to the unit from outside the residence. The estimated value is $800.

Theft: 17-47470
On September 6, 2017 Deputy Holt responded to Dasher Drive, Lusby for a theft report. Victim stated someone entered their unlocked vehicle and stole currency from within the vehicle. The value is $300.

ARRESTS:

On September 5, 2017 while the Calvert County Detention Center was processing inmate Amber Stewart (26) of Callaway, MD it was discovered that she was in possession of paraphernalia.  Deputy Hardesty was notified and Stewart was charged with possession of paraphernalia.
 

On September 8, 2017 Deputy Migliaccio responded to a residence on 4th Street, North Beach for a report of a check welfare. Upon further investigation Deputy Migliaccio made contact with an individual identified as Matthew Hutchinson (27) of North Beach. Deputy Migliaccio located paraphernalia and narcotics within the residence. Mr. Hutchinson was arrested and charged with CDS possession not marijuana (heroin) and possession of paraphernalia.


On September 8, 2017 Deputy Mohler conducted a traffic stop at Prince Frederick Blvd and West Dares Beach Rd, Prince Frederick. Deputy Mohler requested the driver to perform standardized field sobriety tests after speaking with him. Once the driver exited the vehicle Deputy Mohler observed paraphernalia. The driver of the vehicle was identified as James Johnson Jr. (28) of Mechanicsville. After a search of Mr. Johnson and the vehicle, Mr. Johnson was arrested and charged with CDS Administer Equipment Possession/ Distribute, CDS Possession not marijuana (crack cocaine) and Possession of paraphernalia.


On September 9, 2017 Deputy Migliaccio responded to the Rod N Reel Marina West located on Gordon Stinnett Ave, Chesapeake Beach for a trespassing complaint. The complainant stated he located a boat that had been tampered with several nights in a row. Sergeant Shrawder responded with the complainant to conduct an initial investigation. It was discovered that Khaleel Thompson (19) of Lusby was sleeping on the boat. Mr. Thompson was arrested and charged with trespassing.


On September 9, 2017 Deputy Williamson conducted a traffic stop at Cross Point Dr. and Wild Fire Lane, Owings. Deputy Williamson requested the driver perform standardized field sobriety tests. A K9 arrived on the scene and scanned the vehicle, showing a positive alert. Deputy Williamson searched the vehicle and located paraphernalia. Deputy Williamson transported the driver identified as Joshua Webb (37) of Owings to the Detention Center. While at the Detention Center a more thorough search was conducted and narcotics were located.  Mr. Webb was charged with CDS Possession not marijuana (crack cocaine), possession of paraphernalia, Possession of Contraband in a place of Confinement and Possession or Receive CDS while confined.

Monday, September 11, 2017

PRESS RELEASE FOR STABBING ON ROPEKNOT ROAD IN LUSBY

On September 10th, 2017 units from the Sheriff’s Office responded to Ropeknot Road in Lusby for a report of a stabbing.  When the deputies arrived they located 2 male victims with stab wounds and began immediate lifesaving efforts.  One of the victims was transported by ground to CMH and the other was airlifted to PG Shock Trauma.  Police are actively investigating this case.

If anyone has any additional information please contact Detective Wells at 410-535-1600 ext. 2595 or wayne.wells@calvertcountymd.gov.     

Thursday, September 7, 2017

SHERIFF'S OFFICE RECOGNIZED FOR SUPPORT OF THE U.S MILITARY RESERVE FORCES AND NATIONAL GUARD

The Department of Defense Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve is a non-profit organization that supports employees who are active members of the National Guard and Reserve forces of the military.  The Calvert County Sheriff's Office is fortunate to have several members who serve in the military reserves.  Currently one member is on Active Duty Orders in his reserve capacity.

Today, Lieutenant Tim Fridman (Deputy Commander of Criminal Investigations) and Sheriff Mike Evans were recognized for their continued support of these employees.  Detective William Rector re-enlisted into the Army Reserves and is currently assigned to Fort Meade, MD.  The training needs and potential for extended deployments are an ever-present reality, however the overwhelming support of the Calvert County Sheriff's Office to those employees who are in the reserve components of the military make these challenges easier to deal with.

Pictured below is Sheriff Mike Evans, Major (Ret.) Warren Johnson from ESGR, LT Tim Fridman, and Detective William Rector.

Sheriff Evans is an open supporter of the military and those who serve in his ranks.

SHERIFF'S OFFICE INCIDENT BRIEFINGS - SEPTEMBER 6TH, 2017

During the week of August 28  – September 3, deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1, 103 calls for service throughout the community.

Burglary: 17-45984
On August 28, 2017 Deputy Holt responded to the 800 block of Golden West Way, Lusby for a burglary report.  The victim stated someone broke into their shed and stole various Harley Davidson motorcycle parts, an Echo backpack blower, an Echo 18 inch chainsaw, Dewalt tool set, Craftsman tool set, miscellaneous hand tools, Geissele trigger and a scope.  The value of the stolen items was $7,330.  The victim also stated that damage was done to their Harley Davidson motorcycle.  Estimated damage is $600

Burglary/Theft: 17-46443
On August 31, 2017 Deputy Hardesty responded to Pale Face Ct. Lusby, for a burglary complaint.  The victim stated the front door handle had been broken by a hammer.  No items were taken from inside the residence.  It was discovered that the Air Conditioning unit was stolen from the outside of the residence.  Total value is $500.

Theft: 17-46278
On August 30, 2017 Deputy R. Shrawder responded to Senora Lane, Lusby for a theft complaint.  The victim stated on August 30th at approximately 3:30 a.m. he noticed someone rummaging through his vehicle.  It was later discovered that his gold I-phone 5 was missing.  The value of the property is $300

Theft: 17-45883
On August 28, 2017 Deputy Migliaccio responded to Sheckells Lane, Huntingtown for a theft report.  The victim stated one of his gray and white pit bull puppies was taken from the kennel overnight.  The value of the property is $200




ARRESTS:

On August 30, 2017 Deputy Williamson responded to an auto accident at Southern Maryland Blvd. and Brickhouse Rd. Dunkirk, MD.  While investigating the accident a handgun was located in a vehicle.  The suspect was identified as Melvin Minor (35) of Virginia.  Mr. Minor was arrested and charged with the handgun violation.


On August 31, 2017 Deputy Gott initiated a traffic stop on Rousby Hall Rd., Lusby.  The driver of the vehicle was identified as Katina Jenkins (40) of Lexington Park, Md.  A prescription bottle was located inside the vehicle which contained various pills.  Deputy Gott also located marijuana and paraphernalia.  Jenkins was placed under arrest and charged with CDS possession not marijuana (oxycodone) and possession of paraphernalia.


On August 31, 2017 Deputy R. Evans responded to St. Leonard Fastop in reference to a wanted subject.  The subject was identified at Eric Butler (36) of Lusby, MD.  While searching Mr. Butler narcotics were found.  Mr. Butler was arrested and charged with CDS possession not marijuana (cocaine).


On September 2, 2017 a lookout was broadcasted for a vehicle driving at a high rate of speed and reckless driving.  Deputy Beisel located the vehicle with the assistance of Deputy Yates.  A traffic stop was conducted at Rt. 4 and Hallowing Point Rd. Prince Frederick, MD.  The driver was identified as Robert Toye (64) of Leonardtown.  A K9 scanned the vehicle and showed a positive alert for narcotics.  A search of the vehicle was conducted.  Mr. Toye was arrested and charged with CDS possession not marijuana (crack cocaine) and possession of paraphernalia.


On September 2, 2017 Deputy Yates responded to the Walmart in Prince Frederick, MD for a theft complaint.  The suspect fled on foot.  Deputy Yates and Deputy Kreps canvassed the area locating the individual on Solomons Island Rd. in Prince Frederick.  The suspect was identified as Rashaun Peebles (38) of Prince Frederick.  Through the investigation it was determined several miscellaneous items had been stolen and were located.  Mr. Peebles was arrested and charged with Theft less than $1,000. 


On September 3, 2017 Deputy Durner initiated a traffic stop at Solomons Island Rd and HG Trueman Rd.  The suspects were identified as Thomas Lewis (46) of Crofton and Richard Rhodes (45) of Mechanicsville.  Deputy Durner conducted field sobriety on the driver.  Deputy Durner also located paraphernalia inside the vehicle.  Both Lewis and Rhodes were arrested and charged with Possession of Paraphernalia.





Wednesday, September 6, 2017

***SHERIFF'S OFFICE CASE OF THE WEEK***

Burglary: 17-45984:
On August 28, 2017 Deputy Holt responded to the 800 block of Golden West Way, Lusby for a burglary report.  The victim stated someone broke into their shed and stole various Harley Davidson motorcycle parts, an Echo backpack blower, an Echo 18 inch chainsaw, Dewalt tool set, Craftsman tool set, miscellaneous hand tools, Geissele trigger and a scope.  The value of the stolen items was $7,330.  The victim also stated that damage was done to their Harley Davidson motorcycle.  Estimated damage is $600.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

SHERIFF'S OFFICE DEPUTIES RECEIVE AWARDS

On August 29th 2017, the Maryland Highway Safety Office hosted its annual awards luncheon at Bayfront Club, Sparrows Point, MD to acknowledge outstanding law enforcement efforts during the 2017 Maryland Aggressive Driving Enforcement Program.   Awards were given to law enforcement professionals from all over the state of Maryland and the District of Columbia.  Deputy Kirk T. Williamson and Deputy Robert T. Shrawder both were 1st year award recipients.  Program Coordinator Sherry Draheim received her third award for assisting with the program.  Sheriff Mike Evans stated, “These two deputies have done an outstanding job, I look forward to them assisting in our efforts to keep Calvert County safe.”
Pictured left to right: Deputy Kirk T. Williamson, Ms. Sherry Draheim, Dep. Robert T. Shrawder, Lieutenant Roscoe N. Jones

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

SHERIFF'S OFFICE INCIDENT BRIEFINGS - AUGUST 29TH, 2017

During the week of August 21  – August 27, deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1, 246 calls for service throughout the community.

Damage Property 17-44646
On August 21, 2017 Deputy First Class Weems responded to the Harbor Island Marina Gas dock, Lusby, for a report of damaged property.  The complainant stated someone broke out the glass in a window in the rear of the building.  Estimated damage is $20

Damage Property  17-45208
On August 24, 2017 Deputy First Class Kreps responded to Lacrosse Ct. Dunkirk, for a damaged property report.  The victim stated on August 23rd they heard a loud noise around 3 a.m.  When they woke up in the morning they discovered the front windshield of their vehicle had been shattered.  The estimated damage is $500.

Damage Property 17-45626
On August 26, 2017 Deputy First Class Burggraff responded to the 1100 block of HG Trueman Rd. Lusby, Md. for a damaged property call.  The complainant stated that someone forcibly broke the basement door.  No property was taken. 

Theft   17-45263
On August 24, 2017 Deputy First Class Kreps responded to Grovers Turn Rd. Owings for a theft complaint.  The victim stated that between August 1, 2017 and August 24, 2017 (7) fiber rod rotational grazing posts have stolen from their property.  The value of the stolen property is $35

Theft 17-45232
On August 24, 2017 Deputy Spalding responded to Sandy Point Rd. Prince Frederick for a theft report.  The victim stated someone stole their 4ft Silver Oxygen tank from the residence.  The Oxygen tank was last seen on August 17, 2017.  The value of the stolen property is $150

ARRESTS:

On August 27, 2017 Deputy Williamson was dispatched to a theft in progress at Walmart-Dunkirk MD.  It was reported that the suspect fled the scene in a vehicle heading north on Rt. 4.  The vehicle proceeded to drive through Anne Arundel County and Prince George’s County where he was apprehended.  The suspect was identified as Tyler Goins (25) of Lusby, MD.  Mr. Goins was charged with theft less than $100 and traffic charges.


On August 22, 2017 Deputy N. Buckler observed a vehicle at the 2/4 Liquor Store in  Huntingtown with a driver passed out behind the wheel.  Deputy Buckler called for EMS to respond.  The driver was identified as Ryan Groff (26) of Huntingtown, MD.  After EMS checked out the driver Deputy Buckler located CDS in the vehicle.  Mr. Groff was arrested and charged with CDS possession not marijuana (Heroin) and possession of paraphernalia.


On August 25, 2017 Deputy Barger responded to DeForest Dr. Chesapeake Beach for a suspicious person that was damaging property.  Deputy Barger located the person matching the description and began to speak to him.  The person he located was stumbling around and also passed out while officers were speaking to him so EMS was called to assist.  While obtaining his identification from his bag Deputy Callison located CDS.  The suspect was identified as Tyier Brooks (27) of Lothian, MD.  Mr. Brooks was arrested for CDS possession not marijuana (prescription medication), possession of paraphernalia and destruction of property less than $1,000.


On August 25, 2017 Deputy Parks initiated a traffic stop at Rt. 4 and Plum Point Rd. Huntingtown, Md. Deputy Parks was speaking with the occupants of the vehicle when a Sheriff’s Office K9 conducted a scan of the vehicle and alerted to narcotics.  Deputy Parks searched the vehicle and located marijuana and pills.   Ryan Dearstine (22) of Chesapeake Beach, MD was arrested and charged with CDS Possession not marijuana (Adderall).


On August 26, 2017 Deputy First Class Hardesty was dispatched to the Giant Food Store in Lusby, Md. for a person slumped over the wheel in a vehicle.  Deputy Hardesty made contact with the individual to check their welfare.  The driver was identified as Donald Gray (50) of Lexington Park, Md. and the passenger was identified as Rosette Abelende (48) of Piney Point, Md.  A Sheriff’s Office K9 was utilized to scan the vehicle.  The K9 alerted positive to narcotics. A search of the vehicle was conducted and CDS was found along with stolen merchandise from Giant.  Donald Gray was arrested and charged with CDS possession not marijuana (barbituates,Benzedrine) and Rosette Abelende was charged with CDS possession not marijuana (barbituates, Benzedrine), possession of paraphernalia, CDS Administer equipment possess/distribute and theft less than $100.



On August 26, 2017 Deputy First Class Ostazeski transported a subject to the Calvert County Detention Center.  Once he arrived a more thorough search was conducted and CDS was located.  Tavaughn Weeks (24) of Lusby, Md. was charged with CDS possession not marijuana (Oxycodone), possession contraband-place of confinement, poss/rec CDS while conf/det, CDS opiate w/o Prescription.



On August 26, 2017 Deputy First Class Rediker transported a subject to the Calvert County Detention Center.  Once he arrived a more thorough search was conducted and CDS was located.  Trent Fowler (26) of Lexington Park, Md. was charged with CDS possession not marijuana (cocaine), poss/rec CDS while conf/det, possession contraband-place of confinement.