Teen allegedly disturbs classes looking for fight
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.