Charges levied for obstructing, resisting, disorderly conduct
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.