Watch, security card missing following burglary in town
On Oct. 3, Trooper Stull responded to the 3800 block of Ninth Street in North Beach for a reported burglary. The victim said on Sept. 30, things in the home appeared to have been disturbed. An Android watch and a social security card were missing. where he was charged with possession of more than 10 grams of marijuana. Scruggs posted bond Oct. 2 and was released.
On Oct. 2, Dfc. Paul Wood conducted a traffic stop on Southern Maryland Boulevard and Morning Glory Lane in Dunkirk. A car search reportedly revealed a leather purse with suspected heroin in a folded receipt. The driver, Dana Bianca Taylor, 40, of Accokeek, reportedly admitted the purse was hers. She also reportedly admitted to having a bowl for smoking marijuana as well as a container with marijuana hidden in her bra. Taylor was arrested and taken to the detention center where she was charged with possession of narcotic drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of contraband in a place of confinement. She was released Oct. 2 on recognizance.
On Oct. 3, Deputy Bruce Sampson conducted a traffic stop near the Southern Maryland Community Network in Prince Frederick. Police allegedly later found a clear cut straw with suspected heroin residue and a plastic baggie of suspected heroin. The driver, Toni Malinda Davis, 41, of California, was arrested and transported to the detention center where she was charged with possession of narcotic drugs and drug paraphernalia. She posted bond Oct. 4 and was released.
Tfc. Kaitz stopped a car Oct. 4 on Route 4 south of Rousby Hall Road in Lusby for traffic violations. After smelling raw marijuana, he searched the car. Dawson Jerrick Slavings, 19, of Lusby was reportedly found to be in possession of more than 10 grams of marijuana and THC wax. Slavings was arrested and taken to the detention center. He was released Oct. 5 on recognizance.
Deputy Ryan Evans responded Oct. 1 to Auto Collision Center in St. Leonard, where the complainant said he went out to look at one of the vehicles he painted and noticed the paint was peeling off. He believed someone threw paint thinner on the car to damage it, causing $6,000 in damage.
Deputy Branden Deleon conducted a traffic stop Oct. 7 in the area of Hallowing Point Road in Prince Frederick. The driver, Dru Mathew Maguire, 19, of no fixed address, reportedly said he did not have a license and had never had a license. The car did not belong to him or the other passengers in the car. Maguire was arrested and taken to the detention center where he was charged with unlawful taking of a motor vehicle, thefts and multiple traffic citations. He was released Oct. 7 on recognizance.
On Oct. 3, Dfc. Rick Cress responded to the Chesapeake Beach Water Park for a burglary report. The complainant said a golf cart on the property was moved, and surveillance video showed a man inside the water park around 4:30 a.m. Of- ficers found Khamali Saphadeen Thomas, 24, of Chesapeake Beach down the road, arrested him and took him to the detention center where he was charged with alleged fourth-degree burglary. He was released Oct. 3 on recognizance.
Tfc. Matthews responded to Jim’s Tool and Party Rental in Prince Frederick for three theft complaints Oct. 1. Charles Wesley Johnson, 47, of Prince Frederick allegedly failed to return a blue backyard utility trailer and an appliance dolly months ago despite repeated attempts from the owner to reach him. In another matter, Cordell Ray Shawn Mackall, 30, of Lexington Park reportedly failed to return a sander he rented in September. At the same rental shop, Casey Lea St. John, 34, of St. Leonard allegedly failed to return four round, 60-inch folding tables he had rented since February. The three have been charged with theft and theft scheme through summonses.
On Oct. 1, Deputy Kamrhen Parks responded to German Chapel Road in Prince Frederick, where the complainant said on Sept. 29, someone broke into two of his work trucks and stole tools and equipment worth $4,880.
Deputy Timothy Rzepkowski responded Oct. 2 to Olympia Sports in Dunkirk, where the complainant said two women entered the store, one went into the dressing room while the other handed her items, then they left without paying. The complainant checked the dressing room they were in and found four shirt hangers under the bench that were not there prior to the women coming in. The estimated value of stolen property is less than $100.
On Oct. 3, Tfc. Palumbo responded to the 700 block of Prince Frederick Boulevard in Prince Frederick for a theft report. The victim works for Nagoya Restaurant and had a package delivered to the business address. When the package did not arrive and the tracking number showed it was signed for by someone at the business, the victim called police. Surveillance video showed no FedEx deliveries were made at the restaurant in the timeframe noted on the tracking log.
Deputy Curtis Callison responded Oct. 4 to Breezy Point Beach in Chesapeake Beach, where the complainant said sometime between 8 a.m. Oct. 2 and Oct. 3, someone stole a Stihl chainsaw from the maintenance shed, worth about $150.
On Oct. 7, Trooper Fraser handled a theft complaint of a registration plate while the car was at the Giant grocery store in Prince Frederick. The victim reported the plate was stolen when they entered the store.
The speed camera in front of Northern High School has been moved to Mutual Elementary School on Ball Road effective Oct. 10, the sheriff’s office announced via a Nixle alert Wednesday.