Four peo­ple face al­leged drug charges after a traf­fic stop

The Calvert Recorder - - News - MEGHAN CADY

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

Tfc. McCombs stopped a ve­hi­cle Sept. 27 on Route 4 at Mill Bridge Road in Lusby for traf­fic vi­o­la­tions and re­port­edly ob­served sev­eral crim­i­nal in­di­ca­tors while speak­ing with the four oc­cu­pants, and ini­ti­ated a po­lice dog scan that in­di­cated pos­i­tive re­sults. An­drew P. Nel­son, 23, of Hol­ly­wood was ar­rested for an out­stand­ing war­rant from the St. Mary’s County sher­iff’s of­fice, and was ad­di­tion­ally charged with al­leged theft of a Porter Ca­ble cord­less drill lo­cated in the ve­hi­cle. Casey N. Faulds, 22, of Me­chan­icsville was ar­rested for al­leged pos­ses­sion of al­pra­zo­lam for which she did not have a pre­scrip­tion and drug para­pher­na­lia. Jes­sica Reed, 23, of Me­chan­icsville was ar­rested for al­leged pos­ses­sion of crack co­caine, codeine and drug para­pher­na­lia and was is­sued a traf­fic ci­ta­tion and safety equip­ment re­pair or­der for a cracked wind­shield.

All three were in­car­cer­ated at the Calvert County De­ten­tion Cen­ter. A sum­mons was is­sued to the fourth ve­hi­cle oc­cu­pant, Pa­tri­cia A. Holt, 42, of Loveville, with al­leged drug and para­pher­na­lia pos­ses­sion charges.

Al­leged disor­derly con­duct ar­rests made

On Sept. 27, Dfc. Jef­frey Hardesty re­sponded to the area of Rousby Hall Road and H.G. True­man Road for a car ac­ci­dent. One of the pas­sen­gers, Stacy Lynn Price, 34, of Lusby, was al­legedly con­fronta­tional and un­co­op­er­a­tive through­out the in­ves­ti­ga­tion and was ad­vised to fol­low in­struc­tions or she would be ar­rested. She re­port­edly con­tin­ued to yell and curse and was placed un­der ar­rest, trans­ported to the de­ten­tion cen­ter and charged with disor­derly con­duct and fail­ure to obey a law en­force­ment of­fi­cer.

Cpl. Richard Wil­son re­sponded Sept. 29 to 29th Street in Ch­e­sa­peake Beach for a re­port of two men fight­ing. Don Roy Wall Jr., 48, of North Beach said he had been in an ar­gu­ment with the neigh­bor next door. While of­fi­cers went next door to speak with the neigh­bor, Wall al­legedly forced en­try into the res­i­dence they had just left. Of­fi­cers re­turned to the ini­tial res­i­dence and placed Wall un­der ar­rest. He was taken to the de­ten­tion cen­ter and charged with fourth-de­gree bur­glary, ma­li­cious de­struc­tion of prop­erty less than $1,000 and disor­derly con­duct.

On Sept. 30, Deputy An­drew Ridgely re­sponded to the Su­per 8 Mo­tel in Prince Fred­er­ick for an al­leged disor­derly sub­ject, iden­ti­fied as John Fran­cis Amer­ica, 58, of Nash­ville, who re­port­edly yelled and cursed in the lobby be­cause the front desk em­ployee would not give him more pil­lows. The em­ployee agreed Amer­ica could stay if he went to his room and did not come out for the rest of the night, but a few min­utes after be­ing es­corted back to his room, Amer­ica re­port­edly came back out and at­tempted to speak with the front desk em­ployee again. He was ar­rested, taken to the de­ten­tion cen­ter and charged with disor­derly con­duct and fail­ure to obey a law­ful or­der.

Man charged for re­ported tres­pass­ing at restau­rant

Deputy Nikki Gil­more re­sponded to Mamma Lu­cia’s in Ch­e­sa­peake Beach for a re­ported tres­passer Sept. 30. Fred- erick Em­mett Don­ahue, 58, of North Beach had al­legedly been in the bar area ask­ing cus­tomers to buy him a “cold one,” but was is­sued an in­def­i­nite tres­pass or­der for the restau­rant in Au­gust. He was ar­rested and trans­ported to the de­ten­tion cen­ter, where he was charged with al­leged tres­pass­ing.

Ch­e­sa­peake Beach woman faces al­leged drug charges

Trooper Backus stopped a ve­hi­cle Sept. 24 on Route 4 near In­dus­try Lane in Prince Fred­er­ick for traf­fic vi­o­la­tions. Sev­eral al­leged crim­i­nal in­di­ca­tors led to a po­lice dog scan from the Calvert County Sher­iff’s Of­fice, which gave a pos­i­tive alert, and after a search, Tay­lor R. Black­i­stone, 20, of Ch­e­sa­peake Beach was ar­rested for al­leged pos­ses­sion of Tra­madol for which she did not have a pre­scrip­tion and drug para­pher­na­lia. She was in­car­cer­ated at the de­ten­tion cen­ter.

Thefts re­ported

On Sept. 30, Deputy Josey re­sponded to H.G. True­man Road in Lusby for a re­port of a stolen 1994 Chevy truck from out­side the res­i­dence. The truck was stolen be­tween 5 and 9:30 p.m. and is es­ti­mated to cost $1,500.

Deputy Josey re­sponded Sept. 24 to Lake Drive in Lusby, where the com­plainant said some­time be­tween 9 p.m. Sept. 23 and 11 p.m. Sept. 24, some­one stole over $2,000 worth of rac­ing gear and cloth­ing from his ve­hi­cle.

On Sept. 26, Deputy Michael Lewis Jr. re­sponded to Time­less Drive in St. Leonard, where the com­plainant said some­time be­tween Sept. 17 and 26, some­one stole his son’s Kawasaki dirt bike from un­der their back deck. The bike is worth about $5,800.

Dfc. Richard Cress re­sponded Sept. 26 to the North Beach Post Of­fice, where be­tween 4:30 p.m. Sept. 25 and 7 a.m. Sept. 26, some­one stole the rug lo­cated in the lobby, worth $25.

Trooper Wool­man re­sponded to Pee­bles in Prince Fred­er­ick on Sept. 27. A theft vic­tim re­ported build­ing ma­te­ri­als that had been placed in the rear park­ing area be­hind the store were taken. The in­ves­ti­ga­tion con­tin­ues.

On Sept. 28, Deputy Bruce Samp­son re­sponded to the sher­iff’s of­fice to take a theft com­plaint. The vic­tim said some­one re­moved the front tag from her ve­hi­cle while it was parked next to the air pump at the Prince Fred­er­ick Wawa.

Cpl. An­drew Wood­ford re­sponded Sept. 29 to Hunts­man Drive in Hunt­ing­town, where the com­plainant said some­one stole his son’s cell­phone at the Calvert County Fair. The phone is val­ued at $550.

Dfc. Christo­pher Mc­Donough re­sponded Sept. 29 to Rivers Reach Court in Prince Fred­er­ick, where the com­plainant said some­time be­tween the morn­ing of Sept. 28 and then, some­one stole the front tag from her ve­hi­cle.

Deputy James Flynt re­sponded to Claggett Road in Sun­der­land on Sept. 30. The com­plainant said some­one stole his brand new mail­box and post from his yard some­time be­tween 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Car door dam­aged

Sgt. Gary Shrawder re­sponded Sept. 24 to South Shore Drive in Prince Fred­er­ick, where the com­plainant said some­time be­tween Sept. 20 and 22, some­one dam­aged the driver’s side door han­dle of her ve­hi­cle, caus­ing about $100 in dam­age.

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