Calvert County Sheriff's Reports


A victim on 5th Street in North Beach advised Dfc. Jason Elliott that sometime between June 6 at 10:00 p.m. and the following morning, a silver, black and red colored Mako BMX bicycle was stolen from her fenced in yard. The bicycle is valued at $70.00. Dfc. Elliott will continue to investigate.


Dfc. Eric Basham responded to Arby's Restaurant at 10200 Kirksville Lane in Dunkirk on June 7th in response to a report of fraud. The complainant, an employee of Arby's, advised Dfc. Basham that a customer at the drive-thru window passed a fraudulent $20.00 bill. The complainant gave Dfc. Basham the suspect's description and other information and he will continue the investigation.


Dfc. Katharine Luppino responded to a home on Wild Cherry Lane in St. Leonard on June 8th for the report of destruction of property. The victim stated that sometime overnight someone had thrown eggs at her vehicle, which had been parked in her driveway. The damage was estimated by the victim to be $200.00. Dfc. Luppino will continue the investigation.


Dep. Mark Robshaw and Dep. Edwin Bradley made a traffic stop on a dark green Pontiac vehicle for speeding on June 8th at 3:41 in the morning in the area of Twin Shields Golf Course in Dunkirk. As the officers approached the vehicle, they noticed that the glove box was sitting open and that a loaded black handgun magazine was in plain view. The occupants of the vehicle were asked to exit and consent to search the vehicle was obtained. Dep. Robshaw then located a semi-automatic handgun. It was determined that the handgun had been reported stolen out of South Carolina. The passenger of the vehicle, Bryan T. Barbee, 23, of Mitchellville, was arrested and charged with theft and carrying a concealed deadly weapon.


Dfc. Eric Basham made a traffic stop for speeding on June 8th at 7:18 p.m. on Rte. 4 in Dunkirk. The driver and passenger were both asked to exit the vehicle and consent to search their person was obtained. Dfc. Basham discovered cocaine in the pocket of the passenger, Joshua L. Dellinger, 21, of Dunkirk. He was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine.


On June 12 at 10:06 a.m. the Calvert Control Center dispatched a call for a suspicious vehicle at the Park and Ride located at 140 Calvert Fair Drive in Prince Frederick. Cpl. Timothy Fridman arrived and located a 4 door white Buick with the driver's side window smashed out and the trunk lock damaged. The vehicle had a "For Sale" sign and phone number listed in the window. The owner responded to the scene and stated that he had last checked on the vehicle on June 11 at about 11:00 a.m. Approximately $600.00 worth of damage was done to the vehicle and $1500.00 worth of property was stolen from it. Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Fridman of the C.I.T. Division at 410-535-2800 ext. 2547.

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