Dis­or­derly con­duct ar­rests are made

The Calvert Recorder - - News - DANDAN ZOU

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.

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