Po­lice briefs

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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.

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