Alleged drug arrests made
Dfc. Edwin Bradley responded Nov. 22 to the Lusby Shell for the report of someone passed out behind the wheel of a vehicle. Richard Allen Parsons, 27, of Lusby was awake and reportedly began to drive away when Bradley exited his vehicle. Bradley conducted a traffic stop at H.G. Trueman and Cove Point roads and a search of Parsons’ person allegedly revealed a glass smoking de- vice, prescription bottle with suspected marijuana inside and baggie with suspected heroin in his pocket. A vehicle search revealed alleged suspected crack cocaine. Parsons was arrested, taken to the detention center and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
Deputy Nikki Gilmore was conducting a traffic stop Nov. 23 when she heard an accident nearby in Chesapeake Beach, and driver Steven Curtis Marlowe, 32, of Prince Frederick told her he had an active warrant through the sheriff’s office. He was arrested and searched, reportedly revealing a plastic baggie with eight green and clear capsules containing suspected heroin. He was taken to the detention center, served his warrant and charged for the alleged drugs.
Deputy Timothy Rzepkowski was stopped at the intersection of Route 4 and Town Center Boulevard in Dunkirk on Nov. 21 when he noticed the driver in the vehicle next to him allegedly passed out behind the wheel. When approaching him, he reportedly observed a plastic baggie with 30 clear capsules containing suspected heroin. James Jamaul Hosea Jones, 31, of Lexington Park was allegedly found to have a white plastic straw containing suspected heroin, a cigarette pack with 35 clear capsules containing suspected heroin and over $300 in cash. He was arrested, taken to the detention center and charged with possession of the drugs and paraphernalia as well as intent to distribute narcotics.