PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. - The Calvert County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.
DISORDERLY: Members of the Calvert County Sheriff's Office responded to Burnouts Bar & Grill on E. Mt. Harmony Road in Owings on May 5 at 9:54 p.m. for a reported fight at the establishment. DFC Marty McCarroll arrived to provide assistance to Sgt. Ronald Naughton and Dep. Thomas Tilley. Numerous patrons were in the back parking lot surrounding a female who was lying on the ground. When the officers attempted to help her to her feet she starting yelling profanities and did not comply with officer requests to stop. The suspect, later identified as Ali C. Morrison, 35, of Prince Frederick, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. Investigation revealed that no fight had occurred on the premises, but that Morrison, who would not concede to a PBT (preliminary breath test), was presumed to be drunk by the other patrons and they advised deputies that she had fallen down in the parking lot.
DOP: Dep. Richard Cox responded to Emmanuel Baptist Church on Old Town Road in Huntingtown on May 11 in response to a destruction of property call. The complainant advised that unknown suspect(s) had placed a garden hose in one of the church's basement windows and turned on the water. It happened over night between May 10th and11th. No permanent damage was done to the church. Dep. Cox will continue the investigation.
BURGLARY: DFC David Gatton responded to a breaking and entering call at Falcon Hobbies and Kidsland Daycare Center on Dalrymple Road in Sunderland on May 11 at 2:20 a.m. Unknown suspects had burglarized both establishments and taken radio controlled toy cars, a Toshiba laptop computer and a Hewlett Packard photo printer, all valued at $2900. Gatton will continue the investigation.
DOP: Unknown suspects attempted to break the lock to the front gate at Cove Point Park in Lusby sometime overnight on May 11 causing $50 in damage. Dep. Moises Velasquez will continue the investigation.
THEFT: A victim on Geronimo Lane in Lusby reported to Dep. Carl Fischer that unknown suspect(s) had broken into his vehicle and stolen over $90 worth of items and caused $200 in damage. The theft appears to have occurred between May 12 at 7:30 p.m. and May 13 at 6:00 a.m. Dep. Fischer will continue to investigate.
DISORDERLY: Dep. Edwin Bradley responded to a complaint of a person staggering into the roadway on Breezy Point Road near Breezy Point Beach on May 12 at 7:50 p.m. After making contact with the individual, later identified as Matthew S. Long, 22, of Lexington Park, he detected the strong odor of alcohol. Long could not advise where he lived or the names of anyone he had been with at the beach earlier in the day. He became disorderly and was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.