Watch, se­cu­rity card miss­ing fol­low­ing bur­glary in town

The Calvert Recorder - - News - DANDAN ZOU

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.

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