Drug & Alcohol-related Arrests in Calvert - Southern Maryland Headline News

Drug & Alcohol-related Arrests in Calvert


The following were arrested for DUI this week in Calvert County:

July 25th, 2005—Michael N. Anderson—45 yoa by Dep Milam
July 27th, 2005—Olan W. Young—18 yoa by Dep Brown
July29th, 2005—Christopher J. Dergrossi—18 yoa by Dep Cox
July 30th, 2005—Robert F. Derfler—59 yoa by Dep Shrawder
August 1st, 2005—Edgar R. Thomas—41 yoa by Dfc Wilson
August 1st, 2005—Joseph A. Brown—22 yoa by Dep Carter

CDS Violation

On July 29th, 2005 at 7:10 pm, Deputies from the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to the rear of the Fox Run Shopping Center for a reported CDS violation. The caller advised someone in a blue Pontiac was smoking marijuana. The vehicle was located and the suspect, Robert L. Phillips, 19 years old of Prince Frederick, Md. was found to be in possession of suspected marijuana. He was transported to the Calvert County Detention Center where he was charged with possession of CDS.

CDS Violation

On July 30th, 2005 at 2:32 pm, a lookout was broadcasted for a white Buick traveling on Rt. 4 in Prince Frederick, Md. The broadcast advised of a possible CDS violation in the vehicle. Deputy Robshaw saw the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. He detected the slight odor of burnt marijuana. A search of the vehicle revealed a small baggie of suspected marijuana and a non-conventional smoking device in the center console of the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle, Jay C. Parker, 21 years old of Prince Frederick, Md. was arrested and taken to the Detention Center where he was charged with possession of CDS.

CDS Violation

On July 31st, 2005 at 1:35 am, Dfc Wilson was flagged down in front of Neptune’s Bar located at 8800 Chesapeake Ave., North Beach, Md. Richard H. Chaney Jr., 43 years old of Lothian, Md. began to yell at Deputy Wilson because he was not happy about the way the Police drove. He was using profanities and refused to stop yelling. Dfc Wilson asked him for identification and was handed a Maryland drivers license. On the license was a white powder believed to be suspected cocaine. As Dfc Wilson was dealing with Chaney, William A. Sherman, 32 years old of North Beach, Md. exited the bar and asked what was going on. He was told that Dfc Wilson was dealing with Chaney but as soon as he was done he talk to him.

Chaney was placed under arrest for possession of CDS and placed into Dfc Wilson’s patrol car. Sherman continued to yell and was told several more times to be quite. He refused to comply. He told he was under arrest for hindering the arrest. At this point a struggle ensued and was able to get into the bar. He was located and resisted the arrest. He was subdues by deputies and handcuffed.

He was transported to the Detention Center. Where he was charged with charged with Hindering, Assault, and Resisting Arrest. Chaney was charged with possession of suspected cocaine.

CDS Violation

On August 1st, 2005 at 12:44 am, Dfc Wilson conducted a traffic stop on 5th, Street and Madison Ave., North Beach, Md. Based on observations made during the stop, the driver, Edgar R. Thomas Jr., 31 years old of Owings, Md. was placed under arrest for DUI. A search of the vehicle produced a non-conventional smoking device and suspected crack cocaine. The passenger, Gerald C. Creek, 43 years old of Owings, Md. told Dfc Wilson the CDS was his. He was arrested and transported to the Detention Center where he was charged with possession of CDS and CDS paraphernalia.

CDS Violation

On August 1st, 2005 at 2:24 am, Deputy Carter conducted a traffic stop on Rt 4 in the area of Walton Rd., Huntingtown, Md. Based on observations made during the stop the operator of the vehicle; Joseph A. Bowen, was arrested for DUI. A search of Bowen revealed a small baggie of suspected marijuana in his pants pocket. He was transported to the detention center where he was charged with DUI and possession of CDS.

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