Charges levied for ob­struct­ing, re­sist­ing, dis­or­derly con­duct

The Calvert Recorder - - News -

Deputy Nikki Gil­more con­ducted a traf­fic stop Nov. 19 on East Ch­e­sa­peake Beach Road in Ch­e­sa­peake Beach. The pas­sen­ger of the ve­hi­cle had no ID but pro­vided Gil­more with an eTix warn­ing with a name and date of birth. The con­trol cen­ter ad­vised Gil­more the per­son with the name he pro­vided came back with a po­ten­tial wanted hit. Af­ter he was re­moved from the ve­hi­cle and ad­vised of the po­ten­tial war­rant, the man iden­ti­fied him­self as Richard Wal­ter Jack­son, 34, of Owings and said he had an ac­tive war­rant through Tal­bot County. Jack­son was ar­rested, trans­ported to the de­ten­tion cen­ter and charged with al­legedly pro­vid­ing a false state­ment to an of­fi­cer as well as ob­struct­ing and hin­der­ing.

On Nov. 21, Deputy James Flynt con­ducted a traf­fic stop on Hal­low­ing Point Road between Sixes Road and Jib­sail Drive in Prince Fred­er­ick. Flynt re­port­edly no­ticed the odor of mar­i­juana emit­ting from the ve­hi­cle and driver Tef­fren Teran Jones, 32, of Hunt­ing­town al­legedly ac­cel­er­ated and tried to drive away but was stopped soon af­ter by other deputies. Jones was re­moved, ar­rested and searched, al­legedly re­veal­ing a bag­gie of sus­pected mar­i­juana. He was tak­ing to the de­ten­tion cen­ter and charged with reck­less en­dan­ger­ment, fail­ure to obey a rea­son­able or law­ful or­der and re­sist­ing or in­ter­fer­ing with ar­rest.

Sgt. Eric Basham re­sponded Nov. 22 to the Calvert Tap­house in Prince Fred­er­ick to as­sist with a med­i­cal call, when he ob­served a woman, later iden­ti­fied as Nicole Marie Burger, 32, of North Beach, al­legedly scream­ing and out of con­trol. Burger was ad­vised to leave or be ar­rested. She re­port­edly re­fused to com­ply and was ar­rested and taken to the de­ten­tion cen­ter, where she was charged with dis­or­derly con­duct.

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