Disorderly conduct arrests are made
The following reports were compiled from the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office.
On Nov. 4, Dfc. Christopher Childress responded to Sun Park Lane in Huntingtown to check the welfare of a woman lying in the road. Brandi Lynn Kelley, 35, of Huntingtown was reportedly agitated and denied being in the road. Police said Kelley continued to use profane language, disturbing other people in the area. She was arrested and transported to Calvert County Detention Center where she was charged with disorderly conduct.
Deputy Kamrhen Parks responded Nov. 2 to Shore Acres Way in Prince Frederick for the report of a fight in the parking lot. The suspect, Tracy Oneda Garner, 50, of Prince Frederick, was reportedly agitated and was told several times to lower her voice and calm down. Garner reportedly refused to tell the deputy her name or give him her ID. Garner was arrested and transported to the detention center where she was charged with disorderly conduct and served an active warrant.
On Nov. 1, Deputy Andrew Ridgely responded to the sheriff’s office for the report of an unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. The complainant said her son’s father, Eric Eugene Butler, 37, of Lusby, took her keys and her car without her permission. Found walk- ing on Cardinal Drive, Butler was arrested and transported to the detention center where he was charged with unlawful taking of a motor vehicle and desertion of a minor child and served two active warrants.
On Nov. 1, Dfc. Troy Holt responded to the McDonald’s in Solomons for the report of a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot. The driver provided a license with the name Anthony Johnson, which came back with an active warrant. After being arrested, the driver identified himself as Anquon Dante Johnson, 40, of Stafford, Va., and reportedly admitted to giving a false ID. Police later found Johnson, too, had an active warrant through Virginia. He was transported to the detention center where he was charged with giving fraudulent identification to avoid prosecution.
Dfc. Shea Rediker was patrolling the Prince Frederick Shopping Center on Oct. 29 when he noticed Frederick Emmett Donahue, 58, of North Beach allegedly walking in and out of businesses and through the parking lot. Donahue has an active no trespassing warning for that property and all stores in that shopping center. Donahue was arrested and transported to the detention center where he was charged with trespassing.
On Oct. 29, Deputy Kamrhen Parks responded to Wilson Road in Prince Frederick for the report of damaged property. The complainant said the window on her front door had a crack in it.
Dfc. Vincent O’Donnell responded Nov. 3 to Josh Way in St. Leonard for the report of a burglary. The complainant said sometime between Oct. 31 and Nov. 3, someone broke into his garage. Several items were moved but nothing was taken.
On Oct. 31, Deputy Bradley Boerum responded to Tomahawk Trail in Lusby for the report of a burglary. The complainant said sometime between 5:30 p.m. and 10 p.m., someone entered her home and stole $20 from her bedroom.
Dfc. Roscoe Kreps responded Oct. 30 to Safeway in Prince Frederick, where the complainant said at 7:20 p.m., someone stole three clusters of Dungeness crab legs from the meat department. The value of stolen items is $36.
On Oct. 30, Cpl. Jeffrey Denton responded to Old Bayside Road in Chesapeake Beach, where the complainant said sometime between 8 p.m. Oct. 29 and 4 a.m. Oct. 30, someone stole U.S. Air Force issued equipment from his vehicle. The estimated value of stolen property is $700.
Dfc. Edwin Bradley responded Nov. 2 to Parran Drive in Lusby, where the complainant said sometime between 6 p.m. Nov. 1 and 1:30 p.m. Nov. 2, someone stole the front tag from his vehicle.
On Nov. 3, Dfc. Shea Rediker responded to the sheriff’s office for a theft report. The complainant said sometime between 10 p.m. Oct. 30 and 8 a.m. Oct. 31, someone stole two of her radiators from her farm on Dunn Road in Huntingtown, together valued at $1,300.
Alleged drug arrests made
Deputy William Freeland assisted Trooper Matthews with a traffic stop Nov. 1 at the Wawa in Dunkirk. The driver, Robert Edward Masincupp, 36, of La Plata, was detained because the car he was driving had been reported stolen. A car search allegedly revealed marijuana, half of a white pill, a glass pipe, a grinder, suspected marijuana “dabs” and one Vyvanse pill. A search of his person reportedly revealed three Suboxone strips, Buprenorphine and naloxone. Masincupp was transported to the detention center and charged with possession of marijuana for more than 10 grams and possession of narcotic drugs.
On Nov. 2, Dfc. Timothy Mohler conducted a traffic stop on Solomons Island Road in the area of Ball Road in St. Leonard. A car search allegedly revealed three Xanax pills in the front passenger’s seat. The driver, Robert Franklin Merrell Jr., 62, of Prince Frederick, was arrested and transported to the detention center where he was charged with possession of drugs.
Dfc. Galen Gott conducted a traffic stop Nov. 3 in the Wendy’s parking lot in Prince Frederick. A car search reportedly revealed three hypodermic syringes and a metal spoon containing suspected heroin residue. The driver, Gary Wayne Leslie, 42, of Lusby, was arrested and transported to the detention center where he was charged with possession of drug administering equipment.