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.
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.