PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (October 1, 2007) - The Calvert County Sheriff's Office today released the following incident and arrest reports.
BURGLARY: A home on Kim's Way in Huntingtown was burglarized on September 24 at around 1:30 p.m. when the home burglar alarm sounded. The culprits made entry into the home but nothing appeared to be missing. DFC Michael Naecker is investigating.
CDS VIOLATION: DFC Eric Basham was on routine patrol in the area of 5th Street and Sam Owings Place in North Beach on September 26 at 7:56 p.m. when he conducted a traffic stop. The driver of the vehicle, later identified as Joseph A. Jernigan, 18 of North Beach, was found to be in possession of marijuana. A rear seat passenger, a 17-year-old female from Owings, was also found to be in possession of marijuana. She was charged on a youth report and released to a parent. Jernigan was later charged on a summons with possession of marijuana.
CDS VIOLATION: DFC Shawn Morder conducted a traffic stop on September 26 at 4:29 p.m. in North Beach at Lighthouse Drive and 5th Street. The driver, later identified as Lawrence A. Rollins, III, 28 of Lothian, was found to be in possession of cocaine. He was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine.
THEFT: Dep. Andrew Woodford responded to the Calvert Pines Senior Center on Dares Beach Road in Prince Frederick for a theft call on September 26 at 1:00 p.m. The victim advised that while at the center playing bridge, a woman joined the table and took the victim's purse into the ladies room. The woman returned the purse and the victim noticed that $29 in currency was missing. Witnesses observed the woman, later identified as 48-year-old Cynthia M. Oakley of Prince Frederick, taking the purse and entering the ladies room. Dep. Woodford made contact with Oakley as she was attempting to board a public transportation bus. She was arrested and charged with theft under $100.
THEFT: Scheibel Construction in Huntingtown reported to Dep. Nicholas DeFelice that unknown suspect(s) stole over $3000 worth of copper welding wire, aluminum, iron and tent caps between September 26 and 27. Workers arrived at a construction site at 2400 Solomons Island Road in Prince Frederick on the morning of September 27 and observed the items missing. Dep. DeFelice will continue the investigation.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: DFC J. Marty McCarroll responded to Holland Cliffs Road in Huntingtown on September 28 at 10:38 a.m. in response to a suspicious vehicle. Two complainants advised that a juvenile from down the street was in front of their house driving a car recklessly and almost causing an accident. McCarroll contacted the suspect, a sixteen-year-old male from Huntingtown, who admitted that he had been driving a car in violation of his learner's permit and in a reckless manner. He was charged on a youth report with disorderly conduct and driving in violation of learners permit without required supervision and released to a parent.
BURGLARY: A victim on Sidewinder Lane in Lusby reported to Dep. James Morgan that her home had been burglarized on September 28. The victim advised that when she returned home that day at about 5:00 p.m., she thought she heard someone upstairs, although she did not see anyone. Nothing was taken from the home. Dep. Morgan will continue the investigation.
MOTORCYCLE THEFT: Dep. James Bell responded to a home on Tomahawk Trail in Lusby for a theft report. The victim advised that unknown suspect(s) had stolen his 2003 blue Suzuki Katana GSF600 sport motorcycle between September 28 at 9:00 p.m. and September 29 at 8:00 a.m. Anyone with information is asked to contact Dep. Bell at 410-535-2800.
ASSAULT: Dep. Brianne Gray observed two men fighting in the middle of Eighth Street in North Beach on September 30 at 1:50 a.m. After breaking up the fight, Dep. Gray arrested Bartley K. Lilly, Jr., 18 of North Beach and Matthew K. Worthington, 21 of Chesapeake Beach and charged each with 2nd degree assault, disorderly conduct and intoxication endangerment. The argument between the two had allegedly started at the Fastop in North Beach but continued after Worthington followed Lilly to his home. Neither required medical attention.