The following reports were compiled from the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office.
Va. man arrested for alleged firearm violation
Deputy Kirk Williamson responded to an accident at Southern Maryland Boulevard and Brickhouse Road in Dunkirk on Aug. 30. While investigating the accident, he found a handgun in a vehicle. The suspect, identified as Melvin Minor, 35, of Virginia, was arrested and charged for the handgun violation.
Pr. Frederick man arrested for alleged Walmart theft
On Sept. 2, Deputy Edward Yates responded to the Walmart in Prince Frederick for a theft complaint. Rashaun Pebbles, 38, of Prince Frederick allegedly fled on foot, prompting Yates and Deputy Roscoe Kreps to canvass the area. Pebbles was found on Solomons Island Road. The investigation resulted in the discovery of several miscellaneous items that were allegedly stolen. Pebbles was arrested and charged with theft valued less than $1,000.
Lusby residence burglarized
On Aug. 31, Deputy Jeffrey Hardesty responded to Pale Face Court in Lusby for a burglary complaint. The victim said the front door handle was broken by a hammer. No items were taken from inside the residence, but a $500 air conditioning unit was stolen from the outside of the residence.
Lusby vehicle entered, property stolen
Deputy Robert Shrawder responded to Senora Lane in Lusby on Aug. 30 for the report of a theft. The victim said he noticed someone rummaging through his vehicle around 3:30 a.m. Aug. 30 and later found his gold iPhone 5 missing.
Puppy stolen in Huntingtown
On Aug. 28, Deputy Joseph Migliaccio responded to Sheckells Lane in Huntingtown for a theft report. The victim said one of his gray and white pit bull puppies was taken from the kennel overnight. The value of the puppy is $200.
Arrests made for alleged drug violations
On Aug. 31, Deputy Galen Gott conducted a traffic stop on Rousby Hall Road in Lusby. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Katina Jenkins, 40, of Lexington Park. A prescription bottle containing various pills was allegedly located inside the vehicle, along with marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Jenkins was placed under arrest and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance — not marijuana and possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia.
After receiving the report of a wanted subject Aug. 31, Deputy Ryan Evans responded to the St. Leonard FaStop. Eric Butler, 36, of Lusby was arrested and a subsequent search allegedly resulted in the discovery of cocaine.
A lookout was broadcasted for a reckless driver speeding Sept. 2 and the suspect vehicle was located by Deputy William Beisel with the assistance of Deputy Edward Yates. A traffic stop was conducted at Route 4 and Hallowing Point Road in Prince Frederick, at which time 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 and crack cocaine was allegedly located. Toye was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance — not marijuana and possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia.
Deputy William Durner initiated a traffic stop on Solomons Island Road and H.G. Trueman Road Sept. 3. The suspects were identified as Thomas Lewis, 46, of Crofton and Richard Rhodes, 45, of Mechanicsville. Durner conducted a field so- briety test on the driver and allegedly located paraphernalia inside the vehicle. Both Lewis and Rhodes were arrested and charged with possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia.