Four people face alleged drug charges after a traffic stop
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.
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.