The following reports were compiled from the Maryland State Police Prince Frederick barrack.
Dunkirk man arrested for alleged destruction of property
On Sept. 24, Tfc. Robinson responded to the 1400 block of Knight Avenue in Dunkirk for a reported destruction of property. During the course of a heated argument, Robert K. Swanson, 38, of Dunkirk reportedly smashed the windshield on the victim’s vehicle. He was arrested for destruction of property and transported to the Calvert County Detention Center.
Arrests made for alleged drug violations
Tfc. Palumbo stopped a vehicle on Adeline Road in Prince Frederick for traffic violations Sept. 14. Several controlled dangerous substance indicators were allegedly observed and a K9 scan was subsequently requested. Following a positive alert from the K9, the vehicle was search and numerous packages of suboxone sublingual films were allegedly located. The driver, Tarek H. El-bisi, 58, of Lusby, and passenger Tyler J. Niland, 25, of Prince Frederick were both arrested and incarcerated at the detention center.
Around 11:08 p.m. Sept. 16, Tfc. Jones stopped a vehicle on Armory Road in Prince Frederick for erratic driving. Reginald J. Hawkins, 57, of Prince Frederick was found to allegedly be driving under the influence of alcohol. A subsequent search reportedly revealed possession of cocaine. Hawkins was arrested and taken to the detention center.
On Sept. 21, Trooper Marsch stopped a vehicle on Route 4 in Prince Frederick for traffic violations. The odor of marijuana was allegedly detected and a probable cause search was performed. John D. Morgan, 30, of Prince Frederick was found to allegedly be in possession of more than 10 grams of marijuana. He was arrested and incarcerated at the detention center.
Tfc. Warrick stopped a vehicle on Stoakley Road in Prince Frederick due to alleged erratic driving. Sean M. Maguire, 52, of Chesapeake Beach was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. A subsequent search led to the reported discovery of a small amount of heroin. Maguire was incarcerated at the detention center.
Shortly before midnight Sept. 23, Trooper Marsch responded to the 400 block of West Dares Beach Road in Prince Frederick for a reported fight in progress. The subjects were located arguing on the sidewalk. John H. Ogle, 36, of Prince Frederick was arrested on an open warrant and a subsequent search allegedly revealed a clear, glass tube containing cocaine in his pocket. He was incarcerated at the detention center.
Arrest warrant issued for alleged threat
On Sept. 20, Tfc. Harrod received a complaint of a theft of a cellphone. The victim reported using the phone during a visit with friends in Chesapeake Beach. Michael A. Brown, 19, of Owings allegedly threatened the victim, demanding his cellphone. An arrest warrant was issued to Brown.
Sunderland man arrested for alleged indecent exposure
On Sept. 15, Tfc. Robinson responded to the 100 block of Clyde Jones Road in Sunderland for a report of an indecent exposure incident near Sunderland Elementary School. William J. Gray, 58, of Sunderland was allegedly found in an extremely intoxicated condition near the 7-Eleven. He was arrested and incarcerated at the detention center.
Pr. Frederick residence burglarized, property stolen
After receiving the report of a burglary Sept. 16, Tfc. Robinson responded to the 100 block of North Prince Frederick Boulevard. When arriving at the Prince Frederick residence to begin renovation of the home, the owner found the front door was damaged and left open. The investigation revealed a Harbor Freight Compound Miter saw and miscellaneous tools were missing from one of the rooms. The investigation is ongoing.
Lusby vehicle entered, property stolen
Tfc. Rucker responded to the 200 block of Pawnee Lane in Lusby for a reported theft from motor vehicle Sept. 17. The victim reported cash was stolen from inside the center console and other items were found lying in the driver’s seat. The victim is unsure if the doors were locked as no forced entry was observed. The investigation is ongoing.