Po­lice briefs

The Calvert Recorder - - Business - AN­DREW CEPHAS

The fol­low­ing re­ports were com­piled from the Calvert County Sher­iff’s Of­fice and the Mary­land State Po­lice Prince Fred­er­ick bar­rack.

Man ar­rested af­ter al­legedly en­ter­ing ve­hi­cle with knife

Tfc. Costello re­sponded to Ledo Pizza in Prince Fred­er­ick around 12:26 a.m. Nov. 3 for a re­ported theft from a ve­hi­cle in progress. The vic­tim re­ported see­ing Jack Jeter, 27, of Arnold open his ve­hi­cle door and go through the be­long­ings in­side. The vic­tim shouted to Jeter to get out of his car and Jeter al­legedly started to run and trip. The com­plainant al­leges Jeter pulled a sil­ver knife out when he ap­proached him, prompt­ing him to back away to avoid in­juries. Jeter fled the area. Jeter was is­sued an ar­rest war­rant Nov. 3 and served two days later.

Drug ar­rests made

Deputies re­sponded to the Prince Fred­er­ick Wawa on Nov. 2 af­ter re­ceiv­ing the re­port of pos­si­ble con­trolled dan­ger­ous sub­stance ac­tiv­ity. Deputy Ni­cholas DeFelice ob­served the sus­pect ve­hi­cle al­legedly leav­ing the park­ing lot at a high rate of speed be­fore not stop­ping at a stop sign. The reg­is­tra­tion plates on the ve­hi­cle also re­port­edly be­longed to an­other ve­hi­cle. A traf­fic stop was ini­ti­ated and DeFelice made con­tact with the driver, Ni­cholas Ge­gor, 30, of Ch­e­sa­peake Beach, and the pas­sen­ger, Rachel Pitcher, 28, of Broomes Is­land. Deputy Richard Wil­son was on scene and per­formed a K9 scan of the ve­hi­cle, which gave a pos­i­tive alert for nar­cotics. A sub­se­quent search re­port­edly re­vealed con­trolled sub­stances in amounts in­di­cat­ing an in­tent to dis­trib­ute and para­pher­na­lia. Both in­di­vid­u­als were placed un­der ar­rest and charged with pos­ses­sion with in­tent to dis­trib­ute and pos­ses­sion of a con­trolled dan­ger­ous sub­stance — not mar­i­juana. Ge­gor was ad­di­tion­ally charged with pos­ses­sion of con­trolled dan­ger­ous sub­stance para­pher­na­lia.

Af­ter re­ceiv­ing the re­port of a pos­si­ble in­tox­i­cated driver Oct. 30, Tfc. Costello re­sponded to the Shell gas sta­tion on H.G. Tru­man Road in Lusby. Costello made con­tact with Christo­pher Bow­ers, 32, of Piney Point, who al­legedly could not com­plete the stan­dard­ized field so­bri­ety tests suc­cess­fully. Bow­ers was ar­rested for driv­ing un­der the in­flu­ence and a sub­se­quent K9 scan al­legedly re­sulted in the dis­cov­ery of sev­eral Al­pra­zo­lam pills. Bow­ers said he was given the pills by a friend and did not have a pre­scrip­tion for them. He was ad­di­tion­ally charged with pos­ses­sion of a con­trolled dan­ger­ous sub­stance and pos­ses­sion of con­trolled dan­ger­ous sub­stance para­pher­na­lia. He was in­car­cer­ated at the de­ten­tion cen­ter.

On Oct. 31, Tfc. Costello stopped a ve­hi­cle for traf­fic vi­o­la­tions on Route 4 near Cove Point Road in Lusby. The odor of mar­i­juana was re­port­edly emit­ting from the pas­sen­ger side in­side the ve­hi­cle, and a prob­a­ble cause search re­sulted in the al­leged dis­cov­ery of oxy­codone and drug para­pher­na­lia. Charles E. Adams, 29, of King Ge­orge, Va., was ar­rested and in­car­cer­ated at the de­ten­tion cen­ter.

Prince Fred­er­ick man ar­rested for al­leged tres­pass­ing

Deputy Bradley Boerum re­sponded to the 7-Eleven lo­cated at 15 N. Solomons Is­land Road for a tres­pass com­plaint Nov. 2. Boerum made con­tact with the sub­ject, later iden­ti­fied as Aaron Bal­lard, 33, of Prince Fred­er­ick, who was be­ing de­tained by an off-duty deputy. Boerum con­firmed the tres­pass or­der with the con­trol cen­ter and sub­se­quently placed Bal­lard un­der ar­rest and trans­ported him to the de­ten­tion cen­ter. He was charged with tres­pass­ing on pri­vate prop­erty.

Dam­aged prop­er­ties un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion

Tfc. Lewis re­sponded to the 3500 block of Gar­rett Lane in Hunt­ing­town for a re­ported de­struc­tion of prop­erty Oct. 30. The vic­tim re­ported Hal­loween dec­o­ra­tions in the front yard were bro­ken and pulled up from the ground while no one was home. The in­ves­ti­ga­tion is on­go­ing.

Some­time be­tween 4 p.m. Oct. 27 and 8:50 a.m. Oct. 28, some­one dam­aged the weather strip­ping of a ve­hi­cle on Olivet Road in Lusby. Deputy Ryan Evans re­sponded to the scene Oct. 30 and de­ter­mined the es­ti­mated dam­aged to be around $25.

On Nov. 4, Deputy Aaron Locke re­sponded to Beach Drive in Ch­e­sa­peake Beach for the re­port of dam­aged prop­erty. The vic­tim said some­time be­tween 11 p.m. Nov. 3 and 8 a.m. the fol­low­ing morn­ing, some­one struck their ve­hi­cle with a BB gun, leav­ing dents in the door and shat­ter­ing the right rear win­dow of their ve­hi­cle. The es­ti­mated dam­aged prop­erty is $500.

Al­leged dis­or­derly man ar­rested

On Nov. 5, Trooper Stull re­sponded to the Ap­ple­bee’s Neigh­bor­hood Grill & Bar in Prince Fred­er­ick for a re­port of a dis­or­derly sub­ject. Syeve Sten­son, 24, of Hunt­ing­town was ob­served hav­ing a phys­i­cal al­ter­ca­tion at the en­trance of the restau­rant with the man­ager. Sten­son, af­ter be­ing told to leave the premise, al­legedly be­came dis­or­derly, and while the man­ager es­corted him from the in­side of the es­tab­lish­ment, he al­legedly be­gan to as­sault the man­ager. Sten­son was ar­rested and in­car­cer­ated at the de­ten­tion cen­ter.

Deputies in­ves­ti­gate bur­glary re­ports

Deputy Bruce Samp­son re­sponded to Yardley Drive in Prince Fred­er­ick for the re­port of a bur­glary. The vic­tim said they no­ticed the gate on their side fence and their back shed door were opened. A sub­se­quent search of the res­i­dence and shed yielded neg­a­tive re­sults for any stolen items, but the vic­tim said the lad­der found lean­ing on the shed door was usu­ally kept in­side the shed.

On Nov. 2, Deputy Ni­cholas Barger re­sponded to Alta Drive in Sun­der­land for the re­port of a bur­glary. The vic­tim said some­one broke into their shed be­fore cut­ting and re­mov­ing the Tum­bler com­bi­na­tion lock and steal­ing a 100-foot ex­ten­sion cord from in­side the shed. The vic­tim also no­ticed mul­ti­ple items around the back porch of the res­i­dence that did not be­long to them, in­clud­ing red plas­tic gas cans, a red bolt cut­ter, a plas­tic fun­nel, a bucket and var­i­ous cop­per and steel pipe fit­tings in the woods be­hind the res­i­dence.

Thefts re­ported

Deputy Ryan Evans re­sponded to Cau­dles Way in St. Leonard for the re­port of a theft from ve­hi­cle. The vic­tim said that some­time be­tween 4 p.m. Oct. 29 and 7:30 a.m. Oct. 30, some­one en­tered their un­locked ve­hi­cle, steal­ing a back­pack leaf blower and a fold­out hedge trim­mer. The value of the stolen prop­erty is $750.

Some­time be­tween 3:30 p.m. Oct. 30 and 8 a.m. Oct. 31, some­one en­tered two ve­hi­cles in a drive­way on Clay Ham­mond Road in Prince Fred­er­ick and re­moved items from each ve­hi­cle. Deputy Jef­frey Hardesty re­sponded to the scene Oct. 31, at which time he was in­formed that a bag con­tain­ing mul­ti­ple leather jack­ets, a tiara, a spring jacket and a box with left­overs con­tain­ing fun­nel cake fries were stolen. The value of the stolen prop­erty is $650.

On Nov. 2, Deputy Bruce Samp­son re­sponded to the sher­iff’s of­fice for the re­port of a theft. The vic­tim said their UPS pack­age con­tain­ing a TomTom 5.0 Touch­screen GPS was stolen from the front of their res­i­dence on Chil­dress Trail in Lusby. The value of the stolen prop­erty is $150.

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