MSP reports on activity
EASTON — During the second week of November, the Maryland State Police Easton Barracks conducted numerous traffic stops, apprehended a teen in connection with a hit-and-run crash and seized nearly 70 grams of marijuana.
• Police said on Tuesday, Nov. 7, a trooper responded to the Family Dollar store in Greensboro regarding a hitand-run accident. Upon arrival, the trooper learned the vehicle that fled the scene was driven by a 17-year-old from Denton, police said.
The teen was cited for several traffic violations and for possession of marijuana. He was released to his mother and referred to the Caroline County Department of Juvenile Services, police said.
• On Friday, Nov. 10, a trooper conducted a traffic stop on U.S. Route 50 at Skipton Landing Road in Easton. The driver, Paula Jean Giordano, 50, of Nottingham was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol and other traffic violations, police said. Giordano was released on her signature to a sober person.
• On Sunday, Nov. 12, police conducted a traffic stop at Henderson Road and Goldsboro Road in Goldsboro. The driver, Kathryn Renee Walls, 28, of Greensboro was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol and other traffic violations, police said. Walls was released on her signature to a sober person, police said.
• On Monday, Nov. 13, police conducted a traffic stop at Pine and High streets in Cambridge. The trooper identified the driver as James Albanus Ennals, 57, of Cambridge and the passenger as Charlene Frances Caffon, 46, of Cambridge, according to police.
During the traffic stop, Ennals was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol, and was cited for other traffic violations and for allegedly possessing an open container of alcohol in the vehicle.
Caffon was cited for allegedly possessing an open container of alcohol in the vehicle. Ennals was taken before a Dorchester County District Court commissioner and was released on his signature, police said. Caffon was released on her signature, police said.
• Police made several traffic stops during the course of the week, in which the drivers were cited for possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana. The amount added up to nearly 70 grams, police said. All were released upon their signatures of the citations.