Teen al­legedly dis­turbs classes look­ing for fight

The Calvert Recorder - - News - DANDAN ZOU

Malic Quinn Free­land, 18, of Lusby al­legedly ran into a hall­way in Calvert High School with­out sign­ing in, go­ing from one class­room to an­other to

On Sept. 19, Deputy Stephen Bowlan con­ducted a traf­fic stop at the in­ter­sec­tion of West Dares Beach Road and Route 4. The driver re­port­edly said her name was Shenae Shirley Lloyd. That name, how­ever, was not on file. The regis­tered owner of the ve­hi­cle was Keyonda Rochelle Cauthen, 22, of Wal­dorf, and the deputy had a photo that matched the driver. Cauthen was ar­rested and trans­ported to the de­ten­tion cen­ter where she was charged with false state­ment to an of­fi­cer.

Deputy Bruce Samp­son con­ducted a traf­fic stop Sept. 20 at Flag Ponds Park­way and Route 4. The driver, Harry Ray­mond Eberle, 25, of Owings, al­legedly ad­mit­ted to hav­ing a pipe and a bag­gie with mar­i­juana in his pock­ets. A car search re­port­edly re­vealed an empty pre­scrip­tion bot­tle with a dam­aged la­bel, an­other pre­scrip­tion bot­tle with 21 Am­phetamine pills and $3,318 in cash. Eberle re­port­edly told the of­fi­cer the cash was money for ma­te­rial on a job he was do­ing. Eberle was ar­rested and taken to the de­ten­tion cen­ter where he was charged with pos­ses­sion of nar­cotic drugs, pos­ses­sion of drug para­pherna- lia, pos­ses­sion with in­tent to dis­trib­ute and re­mov­ing a pre­scrip­tion la­bel.

On Sept. 21, Deputy Michael Lewis con­ducted a traf­fic stop in the area of Main Street and Ar­mory Road in Prince Fred­er­ick. The driver, Chris­tine Kelly Poe, 36, of La Plata, was asked to step out of the ve­hi­cle and a po­lice dog scan re­sulted in a pos­i­tive alert. A car search re­port­edly re­vealed a hy­po­der­mic nee­dle, Al­pra­zo­lam and a cut straw with white pow­der residue. Poe was ar­rested and taken to the de­ten­tion cen­ter where she was charged with pos­ses­sion of nar­cotic drugs and pos­ses­sion of drug para­pher­na­lia.

That same day, Dfc. Ti­mothy Mohler con­ducted a traf­fic stop in the area of All­nut Court and Prince Fred­er­ick Boule­vard. While mak­ing con­tact with the driver, Jen­nifer Dolores Medellin, 27, of Lusby, the deputy smelled a strong odor of mar­i­juana from the ve­hi­cle. Medellin said there was mar­i­juana in the glove­box and a glass smok­ing de­vice in the driver’s seat. A car search al­legedly re­vealed a bag­gie of mar­i­juana, a glass smok­ing de­vice with raw and burnt mar­i­juana and a pre­scrip­tion bot­tle with 58 Ad­der­all pills. A search of her per­son re­vealed a bag­gie with four more al­leged Ad­der­all pills. Medellin was ar­rested and trans­ported to the de­ten­tion cen­ter where she was charged with pos­ses­sion of nar­cotic drugs, pos­ses­sion of mar­i­juana for more than 10 grams and pos­ses­sion of drug para­pher­na­lia.

Man re­port­edly fires BB through win­dow

On Sept. 20, Tfc. Davis re­sponded to the 200 block of Har­bor Drive in Lusby for a re­ported bro­ken house win­dow. In­ves­ti­ga­tion showed the win­dow had been pen­e­trated by a BB shot. Po­lice al­lege Bluteau B. Craig, 49, of Lusby fired the shot. A crim­i­nal sum­mons was is­sued to Craig for ma­li­cious de­struc­tion of prop­erty.

Po­lice make ar­rests for dis­or­der­li­ness

Deputy An­drew Ridgely walked into the 7-Eleven in Prince Fred­er­ick on Sept. 17 when the store man­ager told him there was a man who re­fused to leave. Lo­gan Chase Filler, 19, of Prince Fred­er­ick was es­corted out­side where Ridgely wrote him a tres­pass warn­ing for that lo­ca­tion. As Filler walked away, he re­port­edly cursed at the of­fi­cers on scene. Filler was ar­rested and taken to the de­ten­tion cen­ter where he was charged with dis­or­derly con­duct.

On Sept. 19, Deputy Ryan Spald­ing re­sponded to the Shell gas sta­tion in Lusby, where Justin Paul Brink­ley, 26, of Lusby al­legedly re­peat­edly cursed at the deputy and was warned mul­ti­ple times to stop or he would be ar- rested. He re­port­edly con­tin­ued to be­have dis­or­derly. Brink­ley was ar­rested and taken to the de­ten­tion cen­ter where he was charged with dis­or­derly con­duct.

On Sept. 22, Dfc. Shea Rediker and Deputy Michael Lewis re­sponded to Arthur King Road in Prince Fred­er­ick for the re­port of a dis­or­derly sub­ject. Tre­mayne La­mont Pride, 42, of Prince Fred­er­ick was ag­gres­sive and al­legedly yelled dur­ing the en­tire en­counter. Pride was ad­vised if he con­tin­ued to act dis­or­derly, the of­fi­cers would have to take him to jail. He re­port­edly started an­other con­fronta­tion with the vic­tim on scene. Ar­rested, Pride was trans­ported to the de­ten­tion cen­ter and charged with dis­or­derly con­duct and fail­ing to obey a law­ful order.

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